It’s important to give students a chance to interact outside of the classroom and extracurricular activities and organizations are a great way to do that. Norwich Technical High School has a wide-range of options including everything from student council and National Honor Society.

ADVISORS: Jaime Miller and Amanda Pearson

ADVISORS: Aleatha Pelloni

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.

ADVISORS: Mrs. Nicholas, Mrs. Velez

CLASS OFFICERS: Co-Presidents –  Jada Larkie/Starazeah Gibson, Vice President – Gabrielle Watrous, Secretary – Karyna Jimenez, Financial Advisor – Antonio Vargas

JUNIOR EXECUTIVE OFFICERS: Grade 11 – Dante Jayne/Joshua Gambeski, Grade 10 – Jasmine Loy Smith/ Daenalynn Christina Sabol/ Mateo Cort

To learn more visit www.deca.org

HOBY is an international organization that promotes leadership skills and networking in high school sophomores. Our vision is to motivate and empower individuals to make a positive difference within our global society through understanding and action, based on effective and compassionate leadership. HOBY’s success is the direct result of its 4,000 national volunteers who plan and execute its programs.

Each year, Norwich Tech reviews faculty and staff selected sophomore nominees to choose a HOBY Ambassador and an alternate. All nominees possess superior leadership potential. The Ambassador qualifies for a three-day series of workshops with business and industry leaders, which is sponsored by the Norwich Tech PFO. They also get to network with students from across the state.

In the fall of 2016, Norwich Tech faculty was asked to nominate 10th grade students that displayed leadership potential, to be invited to participate in an opportunity to become the Norwich Tech Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) Ambassador.  After being nominated, students were given the choice to write an essay to be scored to select the ambassador.  The Norwich Tech HOBY Ambassador will attend a weekend leadership conference in the spring paid for by the Norwich Tech Parent Faculty Organization.

ADVISORS: Krys Konow, Ed Hogan

The following students were recognized as Norwich Tech HOBY Nominees: John Coleman, Stephanie Rivera, Nathanael Padgett, Madison Webb, Edgardo Cruz, Julia Robert, Riley Riewerts, Marissa Madera, Ashlee Cardin, Alea Thigpen

Marissa Madera was selected as the Norwich Tech HOBY Alternate Ambassador

Nathanael Padgett was selected as the Norwich Tech HOBY Ambassador

All wrote impressive essay and should be proud of their recognition as young leaders.


Past HOBY Ambassadors: 

1990 Ambassador: Brian Cubanski

1991 Ambassador: Erin Rowland

1994 Ambassador: Jacob Cohen

1995 Ambassador: Rebecca Clough

1996 Ambassador: Allen Thibodeau

1997 Ambassador: Norman Schaller

1998 Ambassador: Michael S. Gagnon

1999 Ambassador: Daniel P. Liebal, Jr.

2000 Ambassador: Joseph O’Brien

2001 Ambassador: Zeb Gillette

2002 Ambassador: Brent Fitzgerald

2003 Ambassador: Meredith Allen

2004 Ambassador: Alysia Jarmon

2005 Ambassador: Jacob Bozum

2006 Ambassador: Mason Smith

2007 Ambassador: Shea Ryan

2008 Ambassador: Kayla Miner

2009 Ambassador: Amanda Smith

2010 Ambassador: Carolann Terry

2011 Ambassador: Morgan Deschamps

2012 Ambassador: Ian Proctor

2013 Ambassador: Gabrielle LaFlesh

2014 Ambassador: Monica Haight

2015 Ambassador: Nate Perdomo

2016 Ambassador: Erin McBride

2017 Ambassador: Nathanael Padgett

To learn more visit
www.hoby.org

The National Honor Society is an organization promoting recognition for students with outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, character, leadership and service.

Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society is the only national organization for high school juniors and seniors that recognizes excellence in the field of Social Studies. The Norwich Tech Rho Kappa chapter promotes learning in the social studies and participates in community service and building events.

ADVISOR: Rachel Riendeau

CLASS OFFICERS: President – Lauren Russi, Vice President – Casey Gervais, Secretary – Erin McBride, Treasurer – Joshua Stanavage

Come use your club time to practice and prepare for the SkillsUSA competition. Interested in competing in Skills for the first time? Check out www.skillsusa.org/ct.

OFFICERS AND ADVISORS: Administrator – Mike Kaiser, Advisors – Paul Godere/Laura Velez, Mentors – Paul Goderre, John Kelly

2016-2017 ADVISORS: President – Casey Viens, Vice President – Kaitlyn Gifford, Secretary – Jannelis Lugo, Treasurer – Shaylee Ambroise, Parliamentarian – Logan Rainey, Reporter – Manouchka Duperval, Historian – Sam Dahlke

View the History of SkillsUSA

View the SkillsUSA Overview Sheet

View the General Information Sheet

View the SkillsUSA National Website

The Student Council represents the voice of the students in the democratic management of student affairs at Norwich Technical High School. It is the organization through which the administration, faculty and staff as well as the student body cooperate in addressing the concerns of the school.

2018-2019 OFFICERS: Advisors – Gilda Puccio and Pamela Pinch, President – John Coleman, Vice President – Eddie Cruz and Aaron Toof , Secretary – Rosa Valle-Hellmers, Assistant Secretary – Stephanie Rivera, Treasurer – Julia Robert, Assistant Treasurer – Alea Thigpen, Junior State Delegate – Kenna Riley, Parliamentarian – Lena DeLaurentis, Executive Board – Abraham Brice-Jean, Lorianna Nicolas, Josh McConnell, Kevin Payne, Carlos Negron Cruz, Summer Mosley

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