Thank you Mrs. Massey for sharing your personal experience about why blood donations are important. Northwest’s annual Blood Drive is Wednesday, March 3 from 8am-1pm in the gym mezzanine. Parents, students, and staff are encouraged to schedule a lifesaving appointment. Donors must be at least 16 years old. Donors who are 16 must also bring a signed parental consent form. All donors must bring a photo ID and wear a mask. Drink plenty of water and eat regular meals prior to your donation. Please contact Paul Kitchen if you have any questions. email@example.com
Northwest Grizzlies for Change student leadership has decided to take on blood cancer and we’ve partnered with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) to raise funds to help find a cure. Leukemia is the #1 cancer in children. LLS is funding the Children’s Initiative to research and develop pediatric cancer treatments with minimal side effects so children can lead a normal life once they reach remission. Please click one of the links below to make a donation.
Wichita Public Schools will be receiving enough COVID-19 vaccines from Sedgwick County to vaccinate all WPS staff, including substitutes, who wish to receive the vaccine.
Students in the Network Systems pathway at Northwest High School have been learning how to build a computer from scratch thanks to a donation of computer technology components from WSU Tech. The class also provides students experience that can help them complete the CompTIA A+ certification for technical support and IT operational jobs.
Fifteen teachers and school-based staff members across the district were surprised with the announcement that they received Education EDGE and Koch classroom grants to support their classroom projects.
Gil Alvarez, Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Schools, has been selected as Deputy Superintendent of the Wichita Public Schools effective April 1, 2021.
Superintendent Dr. Alicia Thompson and gifted teacher Tracy Callard are among the members of a state-wide task force that will provide guidance and oversight for the federal COVID-19 funds.
As COVID-19 numbers continue to decrease, there will be changes for some middle and high school students as they return onsite learning four days a week starting March 1.
Good Morning Grizzlies! Today is Thursday March 4th!
Today’s 2nd Breakfast is Mini Donuts, Fruit and Milk. Lunch for today choice of Pizza from PIZZA HUT! Or Garlic Pizza Dipper, Marina sauce, mixed fruit, fresh fruit, and milk. Tomorrow’s Breakfast is Biscuit, Sausage Gravy, juice, and Milk. Also, we will have delivered Pizza from Pizza Hut every Tuesday and Thursday for the Month of March! Your first slice is free and any additional would be $2.00. You can use cash or card!
Picture days are next week! Please listen to this announcement to find out how to get your portrait taken for the yearbook and how to order your picture packet! We will be taking pictures for in person students with last names A though L on Tuesday, March 9 and students with last names M-Z on Thursday, March 11. Remote students will have their pictures taken on Wednesday afternoon between 1 and 5 pm. In person students should receive picture packets this week from their advocacy teachers. Remote students will receive information on purchasing photos via email. These pictures will be used in this year’s yearbook, so even if you aren’t ordering a packet, we need you to participate. See Ms. Holbrook in H7 if you have questions.
Attention National Honor Society Members! We will have a meeting during 9th hour on March 12th. Check our Team for information. All current members are required to be there.
That concludes our Announcement’s for today.
Now please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.