Teachers: If you have leftover IDs from your mailbox for students who are not in your homeroom, please return them to my mailbox ASAP. If you have students from your homeroom that were absent from your homeroom, please hold on to the ID and give it to them upon your return. Students, if you have your ID, but have issues with your bus number or no bus numbers were printed, please see the 4th floor secretary, Ms. Quinlan during 6th period only! If you never turned in paperwork, you will not be able to ride a bus until paperwork has been submitted and eligibility has been determined. You will not get a temporary in the meantime. You will also need to pay $5 to have your ID reprinted if it is determined you are eligible for a bus. Deadlines for paperwork are made to help prevent such issues. Please remember, bus eligibility is determined by the bus company and the school district, not by us. It is based on your address listed in the computer. If you did not receive an ID at all, please stop by the main office and add your name to the clipboard by Mrs. Milonopoulos’ office in the main office.
Any boy interested in playing basketball this winter, there will be a meeting immediately afterschoolon Thursday in the cafeteria.
Juniors and Seniors: Harvard College is hosting a program for prospective students and their parents on Sunday, October 30 from 1:00-2:30 pm at the Science Center Lecture Hall B. Tours will be available at the conclusion of the program. Interested students with questions should see Mrs. Mallaghan in room 318.
The Boys Soccer team will play their last Inter High game today versus Doherty at Foley Stadium. Kickoff is at 3:30pm so come out and cheer the boys on!
THE WINTER WELLNESS MEETING WILL TAKE PLACE TUESDAY, NOV. 15 IMMEDIATELY AFETR SCHOOL IN THE GYM. THIS MEETING IS MANDATORY FOR ANY STUDENT INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN ATHLETICS THIS WINTER SEASON. YOU WILL MEET YOUR COACHES ANDN LEARN OF SCHOOL CITY AND MIAA POLICIES AND EXPECTATIONS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR PARTICIPATION THIS WINTER. AGAIN THE WELLNESS MEETING IS TUES NOV 15 IN THE GYM IMMEDIATELY AFTER SCHOOL.
From now on, students wanting breakfast in the am need to get breakfast immediately upon entering the cafeteria. Students waiting to get breakfast until the bell rings at 7:20 will be denied unless they are tardy due to bus issues.
Juniors: It’s not too late to order your class ring! Additional ring orders will be taken on Thursday, October 27th during all lunches in the cafeteria. A $50 deposit is requested when placing your order. Design your custom ring or other customized class jewelry on-line at Jostens.com or pick up a jewelry packet in the main office.
The Greendale YMCA is sponsoring a lifeguard prep class for students who have thought about becoming a lifeguard, but are concerned about their current swim ability. We are doing this for FREE in hopes that these participants will be able to take the winter LG course safely and successfully … and then hopefully work at the Y! If you are interested, please see Mrs. Milonopoulos in the main office for a flyer. Also, the Y is also actively hiring certified lifeguards at this time looking for year round employment.
There will be an informational and wellness meeting for the city wide Ice Hockey team on Nov 9 at 4:15 at Foley Stadium. Any students interested in joining the ice hockey team this winter must attend this meeting Nov 9th at 4:15 at Foley Stadium.
Dance club tryouts will be Thursday, October 27th in the cafeteria at 2pm. Girls and boys from any grade are welcome.
The robotics club will meet from 1:45-3:30 on Fridays. Please join us! See Mr. Harthan with any questions.
Any students interested in joining the City Wide Swim Team this winter there will be a meeting Thursday Nov 10 at 3 at the Boys and Girls Club on Tainter St.
Zero tolerance for backpacks in the North High gymnasium and at Foley stadium during athletic events. Students will not be admitted to athletic events with backpacks.
North High School Drum Corps is a school-wide initiative to build a drum corps team in North High School. If you think you can play the drums or you have any interest in learning how to play the drums, come down to room 106 with Mr. Gohary on Tuesday’s from 1:50-2:30.
Students who need to retake the MCAS ELA and MCAS Math test are required to attend MCAS tutoring after school. MCAS ELA and MATH tutoring will be held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2-3pm in the cafeteria. There is a bus available at 3:30pm to transport home as well as bus Tickets available. You need to pass the MCAS exam as a graduation requirement. Coming to tutoring sessions is for your benefit, so take advantage of the opportunity.
The library will be open afterschool from 2-3pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Any student can visit to read, work on homework or use the computers. On Tuesdays the computer lab in room 232 will be open with Ms. Becker to work on college and career readiness help as well as link the common app to Naviance. Any senior needing assistance with this should stay after on Tuesdays as every senior will need to do so. There is a school bus available at 3:30pm to transport home as well as city bus tickets available.