NCC Parent Teacher Association

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PTA Meeting: Oct 26 7 pm

7:00-7:30: Discussion of selection of Option #7 for BCC Middle School #2.  This is YOUR opportunity to learn what the options are, how to voice your concerns and preferences, and ask your questions.

7:30-8:30: Workshop on  “7 Steps to Good Digital Parenting” presented by Augusta Nissly of the Family Online Safety Institute ( To facilitate discussion during the workshop, Pleae fill out this short survey:

Free babysitting for children ages 5 and up will be provided in the APR during the meeting, so please click here to RSVP/sign-up for babysitting (please sign-up by Tuesday October 25).

Update on the Boundary Study for New Middle School:  The Superintendent has recommended option 7. 

Under this option, the neighborhoods included in the split articulation with RHPS-NCC-CCES all would attend the new middle school, as would the neighborhood cohort of Rock Creek Forest Elementary School.  The language immersion program at RCF would continue to go to Westland Middle School.  

Take a minute to read the Superintendent's Recommendation here.

Help the NCC PTA raise the $25,000

You won’t be asked to sell gift wrap or sweets to support NCC.  

Simply go to our online donation site and make a tax deductible donation before the campaign ends on October 31st. 

This fundraiser supports the important programming that enriches the lives of all NCC students.  Your support is greatly appreciated.

Join NCCNet & Grade Level Email Lists

Provide the NCC PTA with your contact information!  

You will be added to the NCCNet listserv and be informed of NCC Activities through the listserv and PTA activities from your PTA Grade representatives.  

Once you complete the contact information, you will be able to select if you want to receive listserv messages, communication from the PTA grade representatives, or both types of messages.   

NCC Cares Food Pantry

NCC Cares Food Pantry will assist NCC students and families in need with the provision of food and other basic necessities throughout the year. 

Needed: Non-perishable food items and/or monetary donations to stock the pantry
Needed: New or gently used string backpacks or recyclable bags for students to discreetly carry the items home.  
Drop-off:   NCC Cares box in the front hall.

NCC alums Ellie Strickland ( and Parker Theis ( started the NCC Cares Food Pantry as part of their Girl Scout Silver Award Project.