Good Morning North High!
Today is Wednesday, January 16, 2019 and here is your student bulletin.
Seniors, we will be taking cap and gown pictures this Friday, from 8 to 11 a.m. Senior English teachers have picture packets. You do NOT need to bring your cap & gown. We will provide them. Pictures will be taken alphabetically by last name. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Coburn in Room D104.
Boys interested in playing Golf this spring should attend the meeting during advocacy in Rm H102. No experience necessary, just a desire to learn and compete!
History Club Meeting today during lunch in C-112. Join us as we plan for our field trip to Kansas City.
The National Guard will be at North today during lunch in A Hall, near the CCC. Stop by their table to find out about the AS-VAB, careers & educational opportunities the National Guard has to offer.
Congratulations to those students receiving their certificates today for Honor Roll or Honorable Mention!
Activities for the Day:
Girls and Boys Varsity Bowling
Lunch Menu for Today:
Hard Shell Tacos or Southwest Fish w/Slaw, Corn, Refried Beans, Fruit and Milk.
Have a Great day Redskins! And remember “Yes You Can” si se puede!
The WPS alternative breakfast plan provides alternative ways for students to eat breakfast.
Chicken nuggets are one of our most popular school lunch offerings. We followed along to learn how chicken nuggets make the journey from our School Service Center to our school buildings.
Students applied for the grants as part of an initiative to learn about philanthropy.
See how building engineers at each of our high schools help keep our largest buildings running smoothly. They help maintain more than 2.7 million square feet of educational space ensuring that our facilities are ready to serve generations of students.
The 23rd annual breakfast celebrated JROTC and leadership cadets and the impact the programs have on students.
The BOE recognized the winners of the Superintendents Challenge for fall high school sports.
Twenty teachers across the district were surprised with Education EDGE and Koch classroom mini-grants to support their classroom projects.