Good Morning North High!
Today is Friday, November 17, 2017 and here is your student bulletin.
Senior pass card applications are due December 1! See your counselor for more details.
Do you think you have what it takes to be in AVID? Get an application from Mrs. Glazier in Academy 3 if you would like to join for 2nd semester! Applications are due December 1st.
Kansas Wesleyan University will be at North today during lunch in A Hall. Visit their table today to learn about why this small liberal arts college in Salina, KS stands out.
Do you want to become a lawyer? The Wichita Bar Association is looking for juniors and seniors to participate in a program this spring called, Grow Your Own Lawyer. This program is free and each student is given a mentor to meet with throughout the semester. Visit the CCC for an application to participate.
If you are a senior and you are interested in sheet metal, see your counselor ASAP about an awesome opportunity at WATC!
The Student Council annual Red Cross Blood Drive will take place on November 27th. If you are 16 years or older and are interested in donating blood, please see Mr. Redus in B302 or Mrs. Randolph in B301 to sign up.
The librarians are having a food for fines drive!! If you have an overdue book fine, you can bring in canned goods or nonperishable food to eliminate your fine. Turn your items in to the librarians to have your fine erased!
Lunch Menu for Today:
Fish Melt Sandwich or Pork Rib Sandwich, Potato Puffs, Garden Salad, Fruit and Milk.
Have a Great day Redskins! And remember “Yes You Can” si se puede!
The Partners in Education (P.I.E.) Award is given each quarter to any nominated employee who demonstrates excellent customer service and professionalism.
Applications for magnet schools for the 2018-19 school year are now available online. Application deadline is December 15.
Wednesday tutoring sessions at high schools across Wichita give students, including many student athletes, a chance to get help with their school work.
The Wichita Board of Education and the United Teachers of Wichita have reached a tentative agreement for the 2017-2018 school year. The agreement includes a salary increase, along with steps, tracks and longevity, plus a return to the 190-day calendar and shorter school days.