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Sunday Night Howl
Weekly Announcements sent every Sunday Night at 6pm


Good Evening New Tech Students and Families. This is Principal Martin with your Sunday Night Howl!
First, I would like to thank the PTSA for providing our teachers with all the wonderful treats all last week during Teacher Appreciation Week. What a great surprise to see our staff room decorated and stocked with great food and treats all week long!

Community Meeting Information
If you missed the meeting, please see the slide deck below!


On Monday, January 22nd, we held a Community Meeting at our school to discuss our transition to an Early College High School Program and a name change that will go to the board for approval on February 15th.

For information that was discussed during this meeting, please see the attached Slide Deck.

If you have any questions about the information in the slides, please feel free to email them to our Principal at

Sacramento New Tech High School Students Demonstrate (“Defend”) their readiness for graduation, careers, and college in “Defense of Learning” (DOL) presentations to panels of Sacramento educators, community partners, and peers.

Article Author: Cassandra Santisteban 916-847-7518


The week of April 17 – 21 is “Defense of Learning (DOL) Week” where all Sacramento New Tech High School (SNTHS) Seniors will defend what they have learned throughout their high school years.  Sophomores also participate in DOL presentations in preparation for what is required during their Senior year.  Presentations are from 1:00-4:00 each day this week.     

Sacramento New Tech H.S. Freshmen “Chalk Up” Replicas of European Art Masters – On Display at Tomorrow’s 12/08/22 Winter Showcase


By:  Cassandra Santisteban, Santisteban Research, Strategy, Insights            For Immediate Release:  12/7/2022

Sacramento New Tech H.S. Freshmen “Chalk Up” Replicas of European Art Masters – On Display 1at Tomorrow’s (12/08) Winter Showcase 


Two Teachers inspire creativity in Freshman, as part of their “Art, Geography, and Ethnic Studies” (AGE) curriculum