Good Morning North High!
Today is Thursday, March 16, 2017 and here is your student bulletin.
Seniors: Looking for a fun way to boost your resume and explore your career options? On April 7th, join us on the Work for Water Field Trip which will include interactive, hands-on science experiments designed to show you the importance of jobs that provide safe, clean water to the community. Seniors who participate may apply for an $11.59 an hour, full time summer internship. Sign up in the CCC.
Today the YE students will be having a mini market day on the front lawn at lunch! There will lots of food for sale! Hope to see you there!
Seniors – Interested in a chance to leave a personal mark on the class of 2017? Write a Graduation or Convocation speech and come to tryouts the week after spring break. Tryouts will be before and after school Wednesday, March 29. You must sign up for a time by Tuesday, March 28, in Ms. Klincik’s room, F107.
JAG North students are needing your help! We are collecting toys to donate to the Wesley Children’s Hospital. Used and new toys are accepted. Please no used stuffed animals. We will also take money donations. If you would like to donate, please drop your donations off to Mrs. Toney in A116B. Thank you for your support!
Students please turn in your pre-enrollment schedules for next year. If you have not turned in your choices at this point counselors will start to select classes for you.
Lunch Menu for Today:
Chicken Strips or Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Dinner Roll, Fruit and Milk.
Have a Great day Redskins! And remember “Yes You Can” si se puede!
Michele Ingenthron has been named Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Schools. She replaces Dr. Alicia Thompson who is the future Superintendent for Wichita Public Schools.
WPS has students who were born in 94 different countries and there are 109 unique languages spoken in the homes of students.
WPS CFO estimates $8.2 million in fixed cost increases that will have to be cut from next year’s budget .
The Carnegie Learning curriculum addresses core middle school instruction and Algebra 1, Geometry and Algebra 2, while also aligning with the elementary math curriculum.
Superintendent John Allison and BOE members Sheril Logan and Sen. Lynn Rogers respond to the ruling.