Good Morning North High!
Today is Friday, December 02, 2016 and here is your student bulletin.
Applications are now available for the Newman Hispanic Scholars Program and the Newman Native American Program. This is a free program that focuses on science, where students earn two college credits through Newman, and get familiar with the college environment. The deadline is in January. Visit with the CCC for details.
National Honor Society members don’t forget your meeting Tuesday, December 6th at lunch in G127.
Bowling try-outs will take place next week Monday thru Friday. Try-outs will be held at Northrock Lanes. Try-outs will be from 4-5pm. You must have a physical on file, in order to participate in try-outs. Any questions, see Coach Long, in the ATC building.
Campus Life is a student-led Bible study that meets every Friday at lunch. Come to room F306 for fun, fellowship, and free food.
The Hispanic American Leadership Organization (HALO) will be selling face tattoos at lunch for $.50 in front of the library. Get ready for that Spirit Stick!
Freshmen grab your lunch and come help your class hang posters for today’s assembly during lunch in the traditional gym. If you want to hang out with your friends, bring them too. We also need people to stay after the assembly to help take the posters down too.
Reminder today we are on an activity bell schedule due to the pep assembly!
Activities for the Day:
Freshman & Sophomore Boys Basketball
JV Boys Basketball
Girls: Varsity Basketball
Boys: Varsity Basketball & Girls JV Basketball
All at Bishop Carroll
Lunch Menu for Today:
Garlic Cheese Bread or Stuffed Cheese Breadsticks, Salad, Applesauce, Pumpkin Bread, Fruit and Milk.
Have a Great day Redskins! And remember “Yes You Can” si se puede!
The McCormick School Museum is hosting its annual Holiday Open House on Friday, Dec. 2, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The Wichita Public Schools nominated fifteen student athletes for the 2016 Wendy’s High School Heisman Awards.
Deadline for magnet school applications is December 16.
More than 2000 JROTC and Leadership cadets from across Wichita honor our nation's veterans during their annual Veterans' Day Ceremony at Century II.
Principals, staff and parents are encouraged to nominate outstanding educators for the 2017 Distinguished Classroom Teacher Awards by December 14.
Nearly 100 students representing every high school met with Superintendent John Allison to share their opinions about school start and end times and longer school days during the fall SuperSAC Student Dialogue Session.