Good Morning North High!
Today is Friday, May 11, 2018 and here is your student bulletin.
Anyone interested in joining FCCLA next school year needs to meet during lunch on Monday. See Mrs. Delforge for a lunch pass.
Attention Sophomore students, GEAR UP will be providing pizza during lunch on Monday to all sophomore students, in room F 112, make sure to have your school ID. Any questions please see Mrs. Shreen Williams or Ms. Francesca.
Are you looking for a summer job? If so, visit the College Career Center to learn about the Youth Employment Project and how it can help you find a summer job.
Are you interested in political science, social justice and the importance of voting? The Seed House, is looking for two students to complete a paid internship assisting other young people in becoming more engaged in the political process. Visit the College Career Center Coordinator to learn more about this opportunity.
Juniors: The CCC is hosting a scholarship workshop this summer on May 22nd. Visit the CCC to register for this opportunity.
Any volleyball girls who missed the meeting last week, please stop by Coach Key’s room. Also, those interested in playing in the summer volleyball league need to sign up today in A207.
Activities for the Day:
Track: Varsity GWAL Championships
Lunch Menu for Today:
Garlic Cheese Bread or Pulled Pork Sandwich, Potato Puffs, Garden Salad, Fruit and Milk.
Have a Great day Redskins! And remember “Yes You Can” si se puede!
Elementary and secondary students will see some new items for breakfast and lunch based on feedback from students and parents.
The Wichita Public Schools will continue to enhance how it keeps students and staff safe, thanks to a more than $922,600 grant from the Kansas Department of Education.
Our Nutrition Services truck drivers offer their safety tips to make sure students stay safe when food deliveries are made to schools.
The Wichita Board of Education looked at the details of the proposed 2018-19 budget during its August 6 meeting.
The Wichita Public Schools welcomed nearly 500 teachers for New Staff Orientation.
The United Teachers of Wichita and the Board of Education have reached a tentative one-year agreement as part of the Interest Based Bargaining process.
The district's chief financial officer, Susan Willis, provides the BOE a first look at the 2018-2019 budget report.