Good Morning North High!
Today is Wednesday, December 12, 2018 and here is your student bulletin.
If you missed out on the opportunity to tryout for the North Hip Hop Dance Team, you still have a chance. We will host Hip Hop dance tryout clinics today, during lunch in room G127. Tryouts will take place Thursday, during lunch in room G127. Please arrive no later than 11:45. If you have questions, please see Natalie Toney in room A116B.
The Greater Wichita Athletic League is holding a canned food drive on Friday. If you plan on attending the North basketball games at Heights, please bring along 2 cans of food and you will receive $2.00 off your ticket price.
Are you a senior planning to go to WSU Tech or Butler next year to pursue a technical program? If so, there is a great scholarship opportunity for you called the Assistance League Scholarship. This scholarship requires that you go on a campus visit. The CCC has organized a campus visit to both WSU Tech and Butler after Christmas break. Visit the CCC to pick up your permission slip.
Any young men interested in playing baseball need to attend a quick meeting during lunch, in Coach Griffitts’ room, B104. See Coach Griffitts, Coach Smith, or Coach Haught if you have any questions.
Jostens will be here Tuesday, Dec. 18th in A Hall at 12:15PM to deliver Class Rings. This will also be the last chance for any SENIOR to order Graduation Announcements and Cap & Gown at school.
All boys interested in playing tennis in the Spring are to come to Coach Killenberg’s room in B204 for Advocacy on Thursday.
Students – The expectation for all students during Finals is to arrive to school and classes on time. Students tardy may not be allowed to take their scheduled final and be required to attend a makeup session in the afternoon on Monday or Tuesday. Bus Transportation will not be available for afternoon makeup sessions. So, plan now to arrive early to school on Monday and Tuesday.
Lunch Menu for Today:
Rice Bowl with Steak or Chicken, Steamed Cabbage, Kale Salad, Fruit and Milk.
Have a Great day Redskins! And remember “Yes You Can” si se puede!
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