Good Morning North High!
Today is Friday, January 20, 2017 and here is your student bulletin.
Campus Life is a student-led Bible study that meets every Friday at lunch. Come to room F306 for fun, fellowship, and free food.
Softball conditioning will start this Monday at 4:00, in the traditional gym. It will be on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, from 4-5.
The Hispanic American Leadership Organization (HALO) for today has been canceled.
Seniors, we will take cap and gown photos in the auditorium today from 8 – 11 a.m.. See Mrs. Coburn in Room D104 if you need a packet or have questions.
Today, the Tricounty basketball team has a home game at noon in the traditional gym against Derby. Please come out and cheer them on.
Activities for the Day:
Girls JV Basketball Tournament
North High Main Gym
Boys Varsity Basketball Tournament
Dodge City United Wireless Arena
Lunch Menu for Today:
Quesadilla or Taco Stick, Spicy Beans, Applesauce, Berry Bread, Fruit and Milk.
Have a Great day Redskins! And remember “Yes You Can” si se puede!
The Lt. Governor announced a new award honoring high school students who give back to their communities.
The Wichita Board of Education moved quickly on some first steps to begin the superintendent search during its January 9 meeting to expedite the search process.
The Board of Education had its first discussion on a search for a new superintendent during a special meeting on January 5.
The Olathe Public Schools Board of Education has confirmed that Wichita's Superintendent of Schools, John Allison, will become Olathe's next superintendent of schools effective next school year. Superintendent Allison will continue to serve the students and staff in Wichita through the end of the 2016-17 school year.
Students and teachers at seven high schools were surprised with grants valued between $1,000 - $4,000 as part of The Next Generation of Philanthropy partnership with the Wichita Community Foundation.
The Wichita Public Schools, along with school districts across Kansas, submitted input on how education should be funded to Governor Sam Brownback in advance of lawmakers creating a new finance formula.