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Class of 2020 Diplomas and Graduation
Class of 2020 Diplomas and Graduation Information:
I hope this finds you well! We are optimistic that conditions will allow for us to have a formal graduation ceremony at Drake Stadium on July 30, 2020. As the Class of 2020 officially graduated on May 22, 2020, the July 30 ceremony is not required but is optional. To participate in the ceremony on July 30, graduates must participate in the mandatory graduation practice on the morning of July 29, 2020. Specific times and information will be shared out on our school website and social media soon. Please read below, as we need some input from you.

Important Information:
Final Transcripts are send out automatically by our registrar after the second week of June. Transcripts are sent to the college or university you listed on your Senior Exit Sheet. If you need additional transcripts or have questions about transcripts, email our registrar at

Your final transcript is the official document that shows you graduated on May 22, 2020. It is this transcript you present to employers, recruiters, and colleges to show that you have graduated. The actual diploma is a symbolic keepsake. Graduates may pick up diplomas on Thursday, June 11, 2020, from 9:00am-12:00pm at Newnan High School. Graduates will drive up through bus loading and remain in their vehicles. Please have a photo ID to pick up your diploma. Only the graduate may pick up his or her diploma. Due to current social distancing requirements, unfortunately graduates will have to remain in their vehicles. Note: If you owe any remaining fees or fines, you will need to take care of these before you can pick up your diplomas, or come prepared with a check made out to Newnan High School. For questions about fees and fines, email our registrar at

Graduation Ceremony:
The graduation ceremony tentatively scheduled for July 30, 2020, is optional. Also, having the ceremony will be dependent on social distancing and other health and safety guidelines from our local and state health department and other agencies. Every attempt to have a ceremony on July 30 will be made, if conditions are safe to do so. The safety of our graduates, staff members, and members of our community will remain our top priority. There remains a possibility we will have the ceremony as planned. There also remains the possibility we will not be able to have the ceremony, we may have to adjust the times and format of the ceremony, or we may have to incorporate social distancing and safety requirements that may impact the number of people allowed in the stadium and how the ceremony is conducted. Please be understanding, as we are doing the best we can in these unprecedented circumstances. Please monitor our school website and social media for more specific information.

Graduation Practice:
Graduation practice is tentatively set for Wednesday, July 29, 2020, beginning at 8:00am. Dress comfortably. Shorts,T Shirt, sandals or athletic shoes are acceptable. It will be hot. DO NOT bring your cap/gown for practice. Please wear sunscreen.

Graduation Attire:
Ladies: White dress, white slacks, or white skirt, and white blouse. White or Flesh colored shoes. NO SPIKED HIGH HEELS or sneakers.
Gentlemen: Khaki or dark slacks, button up the front white shirt or white polo type shirt. Dark shoes, No Sneakers.

If you have any questions, email Dr. Puckett at


Thank you! Stay safe and be well!
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News/Announcements via Text Messages

Newnan High School uses a free educational service that allows educators to communicate safely to parents and students, but standard messaging rates apply. The messaging number is not a cell phone number, and users cannot reply to the message (nor can personal phone numbers be viewed). It is a simply a means to send quick reminders to its users. You can read more about the service at:

To receive NHS General Information via Remind 101 text messages, text @nhs2020fam to 81010
Summer School Information
This summer students will have the option of taking summer school classes through the CCSS Online Summer School program. Students may register to retake up to two classes that they have previously failed. Additionally, students who failed a course with a 55-69 may be eligible to repair the credit this summer through NHS Summer Session to earn a 70, if recommended by the teacher of the original course.

If you are interested in CCSS Summer School or the NHS Summer Session, please complete the attached form. If you have any questions, please email NHS Summer School & Summer Sessions Ms. Lynch ( or Mrs. Hall (

Please see box to the left for links to the interest form and frequently asked questions.
From Tuesday May 26th through Friday May 29th, CCSS student chromebooks will be collected at the Food Services Warehouse (170 Werz Industrial Drive, NEWNAN, GA 30264) during the following hours:

Tuesday May 26th 9am - 12pm
Wednesday May 27th 1pm - 4pm
Thursday May 28th 1pm - 4pm
Friday May 29th 9am - 12pm

Then starting Tuesday June 2nd and Thursday June 4th, CCSS student chromebooks will be collected Chromebooks for repairs every:

Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday 1- 4pm
Visit Our Campus
Visit Our Campus
Are you moving to Coweta County? Do you have questions about Newnan High School? If you are interested in a personal tour of the Newnan High School campus with the NHS principal, contact Lisa Colomb in the Principal’s Office to set up an appointment. Welcome to the Cougar Nation!
NHS Cafeteria Balance Refunds
If you have a balance remaining on your cafeteria funds, be aware this is a separate account from our regular school funds and is not included on the form.

If you are a 9th-11th grader, your balance will roll over to next year. If you are a senior and need a refund of a balance for the cafeteria, you will need to have your parent contact Shirley Orr-Cox. Her number is (770) 254-2808 or by email: Also, let your parents know that if they have another child in the system, they can transfer remaining funds to another child’s account for the upcoming school year.

To request a refund: The parents will need to complete a W9 and a refund will be issued via school nutrition accounts payable and mailed to them.