Good Morning North High
Today is Friday, September 20, 2019 and here is your student bulletin.
Homecoming Dance Guest Forms are now available in all of the Academy offices. If you are inviting a non-North High student to homecoming, a Dance Guest Form must be fully completed and turned into either Mrs. Randolph in B301 or Mr. Redus in B302. Forms are due by 3:20pm on Friday, Oct 4th.
Students parking in staff lots will be receiving tickets from North Security. Students with decals are welcome to park in the student lot, Dillon’s lot or Rochester Street north of 14th street.
Tuesday, September 24 is National Gear Up Day. The Traditional Gym will be closed during the lunch period. We invite all 9th and 12th grade students to come to the Traditional Gym on Tuesday to help celebrate the National Gear Up Day.
Seniors -If you are hoping to be eligible for a Pass Card next semester, one of the requirements is that you take the ACT, ASVAB or other postsecondary readiness test. The October ACT deadline is this Friday. Visit the CCC or your counselor for assistance.
The History club will be meeting, during lunch on Wednesday in Mr. Pacholski’s room C-112. Join us to find out about our upcoming field trip and get your free pocket Constitution. See you there!
The Class of 2020 will be meeting Monday during lunch in Room A215. We have quite a few events coming up that we need to discuss including Powder Puff. See Ms. Park for a pre-sign or questions.
Great job JV Boys Soccer with a 4-0 win over Heights last night!
Powder Puff sign up is due today! Juniors and Seniors that want to play or cheer in the Powder Puff Football game, please get a form from Ms. Lawrie (F209), Ms. Atkinson (D100), or Ms. Parks (A215).
Lunch Menu for Today:
Beef & Cheese Burrito or Spaghetti, Cheese Breadsticks, Italian Salad, Fruit and Milk
Have a great day Redskins! And Remember yes you can, si se puede!
Representatives from the US Navy visited schools across the city as part of Wichita Navy Week, a week of activities designed to introduce their work to the community.
Giving the Basics-Wichita is being piloted in 18 WPS schools through a partnership with the new non-profit organization and the Wichita Police Department.
Dr. Tiffanie Irving, deputy superintendent, provided the BOE with an overview of assessments used throughout the Wichita Public Schools.
Video: BOE hears presentation on professional learning that promotes a safe and healthy learning environment for all students
Dr. Thompson was asked by the BOE to work with staff and bring back information to the Board in three areas regarding non-discrimination: policies, guidelines, and professional development. Information and progress updates will be provided as part of the Superintendent’s Report at BOE Meetings.
Jennifer Parga, Spanish teacher at North High School, was recognized on September 3 with the Kansas World Language Teacher of the Year Award.