Nottingham CAJT High School

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Nottingham CAJT

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    National School of Character
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Nottingham CAJT
     
       
     4915 Donovan Ave.
       St. Louis, MO 63109
        Office 314-481-4095
     Cell 314-536-2851
      Fax 314-244-1730
              Principal: Kimberly Long
             Hours: 8:00am - 3:30pm
    Grades: 9-12
          4915 Donovan Avenue

                                                                                                Click HERE for a map.

     

Principal's Corner

  • Welcome to the Nottingham CAJT Principal's Corner
     
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    The 2020-2021 school year is going to be one to remember!  I'm stepping into my 5th year as school principal at Nottingham CAJT High School and I couldn't have asked for a better group of students, parents, staff, and community partners to work with!  I’ve previously held positions as the Special Education Dept. Head/Vocational Adjustment Counselor and Reading Specialist at Nottingham.  This year will probably most challenging for our school family, but we will get through it together!

    Last year, our school made gains in the following areas:  attendance, student management, academics through the use of technology, onsite work experience, and over 90% of our graduating class were registered with Vocational Rehabilitation for post-secondary placement.  We are going to have a wonderful school year despite the difficulties COVID-19 has placed upon our school family.  Nottingham received the distinct honor of being named a 2016 Missouri National School of Character and in 2019 Nottingham recieved a the national recognition of a Promising Practices School of Character Education.  We intend to continue the tradition of having great character as well as focus our efforts on our 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 use of technology and optimal growth in this area for all stakeholders.  As always, we continue to expect students in attendance whether it's virtual or in person.  Being present, is the only way students will be able to enhance their skills and learn all they can prior to their graduation and become law abiding adults. 

    For now stay safe and please don't hesitate to give me a call if there are any questions or you would like to know more about our program at (school) 314-481-4095 or (cell) 314-536-2851.

    GO LONGHORNS!

     
     
     
     

Our Mission

  • Our Mission: The mission of CAJT is to build positive character in students and for them to have a successful transition from school to post-secondary independence.
     

     
     
     
    Please see helpful links below.
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  • Connecting the IPAD to Wifi

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  • Parent Virtual Learning Support

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  • New Student Registration

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  • First Day of School:  The first day of class for students is August 31, 2020.  Please continue to check out our district and school website for updated information regarding the start of school.

    Please Review the Restart Plan:  Click here www.slps.org/restartfeedback

    MEALS FOR STUDENTS: The District, in partnership with the City and area charters, has developed a meal program (www.slps.org/meals) for families. The City has assured us that we can continue to provide grab-and-go meals at 36 schools in the city. Breakfast and lunch are served Monday through Friday, 8am to noon. The website has a flyer you can download and share in eight languages. The sites are staffed by Southwest Foodservice Excellence.

     SUPPORT HOTLINE: The District has established a direct hotline for students and parents requiring social and emotional support. Please share this information with your families. The hotline can be accessed by calling 314-345-6900 or via email, studentservices@slps.org.

    SLPS Back to School Call Center 345-5656

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    8/31-9/4 (8-5)

     

    Sign Up for the district's newsletter at the email:  signup@slps.org

     

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Announcements

  • Nottingham family,

    Hopefully you are staying as safe as possible through this difficult time in our city.  I can't wait to get back to school with our students on our Nottingham turf.  We are working to ensure learning doesn't stop, so we're asking you to stay connected.  If you have internet service and technology devices, be sure to stay updated on the latest information from school.  I will be available by phone at 314-536-2851 to answer any questions or concerns you may have.  Here are a few helpful links:

    www.slps.org/covidfaqs

    www.slps.org/meals

    www.slps.org/keeponlearning

    www.slps.org/resources

    Longhorn Learning

     

    Again lets work together so that our students don't lose skills from this extended break.  Wash your hands, be safe, and keep our students motivated during this challenging time.

    Ms. Long

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