Nottingham CAJT High School

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  • NOTTINGHAM COMMUNITY ACCESS AND JOB TRAINING (CAJT) HIGH SCHOOL

    4915 Donovan Avenue
    St. Louis, MO 63109
    Office 314-481-4095
    Fax 314-244-1730
    Principal: Kimberly Long
    Hours: 7:10am - 2:07pm
    Grades: 9-12
     
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Principal's Corner

  • Welcome to the Nottingham CAJT Principal's Corner
     
     
     

    Happy 2017-2018 School Year!  I would like to formally introduce myself as Principal Kimberly Long of Nottingham CAJT High School.  I’ve previously held positions as the Special Education Dept. Head/Vocational Adjustment Counselor and Reading Specialist at Nottingham.  It’s with great honor and pleasure that I’m charged to work with staff, students, parents, and community members in moving our school forward to turn great into the greatest!

    We are going to have a wonderful school year!  Nottingham received the distinct honor of being named a 2016 Missouri National School of Character, and we intend to continue the tradition of having great character as well as focus our efforts on our new school’s mission of students building positive character and having a successful transition from school to post-secondary independence.  Nottingham is looking forward to an increased usage of technology in classrooms to foster more student centered learning and new partnerships with community organizations that will allow work and job training for our students after high school if applicable.   I am excited to announce that Nottingham will be bringing aboard two new worksites this school year.  WFF Custodial Facilities, which is on Washington University's campus and Destination Cafe', which is located on Morganford Ave in south St. Louis.  These two worksites are going to allow our students to learn and complete tasks they usually wouldn't partake in until their graduation year.  With them gaining skills in using light custodial tools, decorating treats, greeting the public in the cafe', our students will be more marketable in today's society for competitive work.  As always, we want all of our Longhorns at school daily! This is the only way that they will be able to enhance their skills and learn all they can prior to their graduation and become law abiding adults. 

    If you have questions or would like to know more about our program, don’t hesitate to contact me 314-481-4095 or 314-243-5205.

    GO LONGHORNS!

     
     
     
     

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Announcements

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    New Vaccination Required! Before our 7th grade and 11th grade students start 8th and 12th grade (respectively) in 2017-18, they must receive a vaccine against meningitis, an infection of the fluid surrounding the brain and spinal cord. 

     

    Students entering 8th grade must also receive the Tdap vaccine, so parents can get them done during the same visit to the doctor. If your student going into the 12th grade received the first meningitis immunization at age 16 or later, a second one will not be needed. Otherwise, two are required for 12th grade students. Please have this immunization done as soon as possible, and make sure your School Nurse receives a copy. Please contact your School Nurse or the Nurse Coordinator at 314-345-4401 for questions.

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  • National School of Character

                           

    On Wednesday, May 11, 2016, it was announced that Nottingham High School met the criteria to become a 2016 National School of Character. The entire Nottingham family work extremely hard on creating a culture of inclusion and good character at Nottingham High School. 

    We are still intentionally focusing on this aspect of our school climate.  We have adopted a new school mission of building positive character in students so that they have a successful transition from school to post-secondary independence.  The only way to ensure students learn the values of respect, responsibility, compassion, determination, self-control, grateful, honesty, courage, and forgiveness is to provide ongoing opportunities for students to practice it.

    This year we will be celebrating National Character Day on September 13, 2017.  Students will participate in various instructional activities that will foster the embeddment of a foundation for positive character within.  Our Character Education Committe have been working to make sure that this is a sucessful event. 

     

     
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