Daily Announcements Wednesday 2/8/17

Spread the love!
Send someone a ‘Sweet Gram’ on Valentine’s Day $1 each.
To be sold Feb. 7th – 10th during all three lunches and will be delivered on Feb. 14th during homeroom!
See Class officers for more details.

Any girls interested in girls golf this spring sign up in room 008

Rehearsal for soloists in “Wow” will meet after school today.  All cast members have rehearsal Friday after school in room 234.

Congratulations to the Girls’ Varsity Basketball team in their win over WTHS.  The girls won North 75-29.

For any boys interested in playing Volleyball this spring, there will be a brief meeting on Tuesday, February 14, immediately after school in Coach Vaughn’s room 202.  You will receive important paperwork and a try-out schedule.

“The wrestling team competed in the inaugural League championships on Saturday.  We earned 3 bronze medals, 4 silver, and 3 gold.  The three top finishers were Anthony Woods of North High who now has a record of 14 and 6, Ralph Priest dominated in the 152 pound weight class with 2 pins by cross-face cradle, and Jay Nunes who battled a tough opponent from Monty Tech and won by 2 points.  Congratulations to all of the competitors!”

The deadline to register for the “So you think you can dance?” dance contest is this Friday.  To compete, you must fill out a registration form and hand it in by the end of the day Friday to ensure your spot.

Mrs. Goldstein’s QCC English course must see her in room 109 today.

 

Due to the delays and cancellations, there will be no math across the curriculum.

 

Juniors only-for those who have not picked up their PSAT score results, please pick them up in the guidance office 3rd floor, room 318.

The Greendale Y will be sponsoring another lifeguard prep class on Saturday’s from February 25-March 18, 9:30-11:30 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 participants will be able to take a LG course in the spring and/or summer safely and successfully … and then hopefully work at the Y!  Flyers are available outside Mrs. Milonopoulos’ office.

Any student that received a SAT release form from Mr. Krikorian, please return it to the main office ASAP.

The District E Cross Country Track & Field association is sponsoring a 2017 Summer Campership to be used this summer. Any student who participated in Cross country, Indoor Track or Outdoor Track can apply. See Mrs. Mallaghan in 318 for an application.

Those students needing to take the MCAS MATH retest exam in March, tutoring will take place afterschool from 2-3pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays starting 2/8/17 and running for three weeks.  Passing the Math MCAS is a graduation requirement!

Attention all seniors -The Greater Worcester Community Foundation Scholarship is now available.  It is an online application so see your Guidance Counselor for details. Every senior who is planning to attend a two or four year college should apply for this scholarship. One online application allows you into a pool of over 100 scholarships. See your counselor TODAY.

For those looking to attend the city basketball games, the charge for admission is $6 adults and $4 for students.

 

All students interested in preparing for the Brain Bee at UMASS Medical School in February should see Mr. O’Connell in 318 to register and receive study materials.

 

Are you tired of not making an athletic team, do you want to be the next news anchor, how about being a contestant on the VOICE.  Well Rec Worcester is coming to North High for programming after school.  Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2-5:00pm there will be programming that will include: working out, conditioning, creating your own podcast, debating current events and hot topics, and learning how to stomp, writing songs and putting together a performance.  Participating in this programming will count towards community service hours.  This is open to all students.  If you are interested in participating please sign up in 301 or outside of Mrs. Milonopoulos’s office.  Snacks will be provided for those who fully participate in programming as well as transportation.  Sign up ASAP, programming has started.  If you have any questions be sure to see Mr. Martinez, Mrs. Milonopoulos or Ms. Juliamy.

 

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.

 

The library will be open afterschool from 2-4pm 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 and GEAR UP 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 4pm to transport home as well as city bus tickets available.

 

Rec Worcester is bringing Martial Arts to North High School on Wednesdays.  If you are interested in joining, stop by the cafeteria at 2pm.

Daily Announcements Wednesday 2/1/17

Just a reminder that students that are tardy to school will be issued a detention that must be served after school.  Students will be issued a detention every time they are tardy.  Detentions must be served that day.

Delay Schedule:

Period 1:  9:20-9:56

Period 4: 10:00-10:44

Period 5:  Regular Lunch Schedule

Period 6:  12:09-12:54

Period 7:  12:58-1:43

Math problem of the day…please do period 6…and tape to window for collection

Friday will be Patriots Day!  Support your New England Patriots by wearing Patriots gear on Friday!

Rehearsals for the school musical WOW, Tuesday and Thursday after school in room 234.

Juniors only-for those who have not picked up their PSAT score results, please pick them up in the guidance office 3rd floor, room 318.

North High’s 1st annual “So you think you can dance?” dance competition will be held on Friday, February 17th during 6th and 7th periods.  Groups and individuals are welcome to take part, BUT space is limited for spots.  So, if you think you can dance, please stop by suite 301 to fill out a registration form to ensure your spot.

To enter the cap and gown raffle with Gear UP you must be a senior in GEAR UP and return your permission slip to participate in the texting project by Feb. 1st.  See GEAR UP if you need a permission slip.

Those students needing to take the MCAS Bio retest exam in February, this is the last week for tutoring.  Tutoring is from 2-3pm.  Students who have not attended tutoring before can meet in the cafeteria.  Passing the Biology MCAS is a graduation requirement!

Rec Worcester continues today.  Please meet in the cafeteria.

 

The library will be open afterschool from 2-4pm today.

 

Rec Worcester Martial Arts is happening today.   If you are interested in joining, stop by the cafeteria at 2pm.

Daily Announcements Tuesday 1/31/17

Just a reminder that students that are tardy to school will be issued a detention that must be served after school.  Students will be issued a detention every time they are tardy.  Detentions must be served that day.

Happy Birthday Destiny Rivera!  Love, Jakyra, Marc, and Jess.

Friday will be Patriots Day!  Support your New England Patriots by wearing Patriots gear on Friday!

There will be a math league meeting today at 1:45 in Mr. Keating’s room, room 232.

Key Contributor:
North High 51 Algonquin 48
Leilani Rodriguez, 15pts, 11rebs, 6asst, 4stls
Stevanna Bowhile, 16pts, 16rebs

Attention freshmen class officers and advisors-there will be a meeting today immediately after school.  Please report to 301.

Any senior who has not yet finished college applications, financial aid, or signing up for QCC’s accuplacer, must do so after school on Tuesday in room 231 with Mrs. Becker.  Mrs. Becker will also have information on scholarships which many of you may be eligible to get you just have to apply.  Juniors are encouraged to attend to sign up for SATs this spring and begin navigating the college search through Naviance.

Rehearsals for the school musical WOW, Tuesday and Thursday after school in room 234.

Juniors only-for those who have not picked up their PSAT score results, please pick them up in the guidance office 3rd floor, room 318.

North High’s 1st annual “So you think you can dance?” dance competition will be held on Friday, February 17th during 6th and 7th periods.  Groups and individuals are welcome to take part, BUT space is limited for spots.  So, if you think you can dance, please stop by suite 301 to fill out a registration form to ensure your spot.

Congratulations to Bethany Mann, who is the winner of the yearbook raffle from GEAR UP.   There will be another raffle for a graduation cap and gown.  To enter, you must be a senior in GEAR UP and return your permission slip to participate in the texting project by Feb. 1st.  See GEAR UP if you need a permission slip.

Attention Hackers! 1NTERRUPT is hosting a hands-on cyber security event called “Take Back Hack” on Saturday, February 4th from 8:30 am – 3 pm at WPI. Learn about network, web and hardware cyber security, meet industry pros, and start preparing for your future. The event is free, and lunch will be provided. For more information and to register, visit: 1NTERRUPT.COM.

The Greendale Y will be sponsoring another lifeguard prep class on Saturday’s from February 25-March 18, 9:30-11:30 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 participants will be able to take a LG course in the spring and/or summer safely and successfully … and then hopefully work at the Y!  Flyers are available outside Mrs. Milonopoulos’ office.

Any student that received a SAT release form from Mr. Krikorian, please return it to the main office ASAP.

Seniors – The Barbara J Sinnott scholarship is available now. Please see your Guidance Counselor for the application. This is a $1000.00 scholarship – the deadline is January 31. See your counselor today.

The District E Cross Country Track & Field association is sponsoring a 2017 Summer Campership to be used this summer. Any student who participated in Cross country, Indoor Track or Outdoor Track can apply. See Mrs. Mallaghan in 318 for an application.

Those students needing to take the MCAS Bio retest exam in February, tutoring will take place afterschool from 2-3pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays starting 1/17/17 and running for three weeks.  Passing the Biology MCAS is a graduation requirement!

Attention all seniors -The Greater Worcester Community Foundation Scholarship is now available.  It is an online application so see your Guidance Counselor for details. Every senior who is planning to attend a two or four year college should apply for this scholarship. One online application allows you into a pool of over 100 scholarships. See your counselor TODAY.

For those looking to attend the city basketball games, the charge for admission is $6 adults and $4 for students.

 

All students interested in preparing for the Brain Bee at UMASS Medical School in February should see Mr. O’Connell in 318 to register and receive study materials.

 

Are you tired of not making an athletic team, do you want to be the next news anchor, how about being a contestant on the VOICE.  Well Rec Worcester is coming to North High for programming after school.  Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2-5:00pm there will be programming that will include: working out, conditioning, creating your own podcast, debating current events and hot topics, and learning how to stomp, writing songs and putting together a performance.  Participating in this programming will count towards community service hours.  This is open to all students.  If you are interested in participating please sign up in 301 or outside of Mrs. Milonopoulos’s office.  Snacks will be provided for those who fully participate in programming as well as transportation.  Sign up ASAP, programming has started.  If you have any questions be sure to see Mr. Martinez, Mrs. Milonopoulos or Ms. Juliamy.

 

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.

 

The library will be open afterschool from 2-4pm 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 and GEAR UP 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 4pm to transport home as well as city bus tickets available.

 

Rec Worcester is bringing Martial Arts to North High School on Wednesdays.  If you are interested in joining, stop by the cafeteria at 2pm.

Daily Announcements 1/30/17

Friday will be Patriots Day!  Support your New England Patriots by wearing Patriots gear on Friday!

Any senior who has not yet finished college applications, financial aid, or signing up for QCC’s accuplacer, must do so after school on Tuesday in room 231 with Mrs. Becker.  Mrs. Becker will also have information on scholarships which many of you may be eligible to get you just have to apply.  Juniors are encouraged to attend to sign up for SATs this spring and begin navigating the college search through Naviance.

Despite the Girls’ Basketball team’s loss to Nashoba on Friday, Leilani Rodriguez had 30 points.

Rehearsals for the school musical WOW, Tuesday and Thursday after school in room 234.

 

Juniors only-for those who have not picked up their PSAT score results, please pick them up in the guidance office 3rd floor, room 318.

North High’s 1st annual “So you think you can dance?” dance competition will be held on Friday, February 17th during 6th and 7th periods.  Groups and individuals are welcome to take part, BUT space is limited for spots.  So, if you think you can dance, please stop by suite 301 to fill out a registration form to ensure your spot.

Congratulations to Bethany Mann, who is the winner of the yearbook raffle from GEAR UP.   There will be another raffle for a graduation cap and gown.  To enter, you must be a senior in GEAR UP and return your permission slip to participate in the texting project by Feb. 1st.  See GEAR UP if you need a permission slip.

Attention Hackers! 1NTERRUPT is hosting a hands-on cyber security event called “Take Back Hack” on Saturday, February 4th from 8:30 am – 3 pm at WPI. Learn about network, web and hardware cyber security, meet industry pros, and start preparing for your future. The event is free, and lunch will be provided. For more information and to register, visit: 1NTERRUPT.COM.

The Greendale Y will be sponsoring another lifeguard prep class on Saturday’s from February 25-March 18, 9:30-11:30 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 participants will be able to take a LG course in the spring and/or summer safely and successfully … and then hopefully work at the Y!  Flyers are available outside Mrs. Milonopoulos’ office.

Any student that received a SAT release form from Mr. Krikorian, please return it to the main office ASAP.

Seniors – The Barbara J Sinnott scholarship is available now. Please see your Guidance Counselor for the application. This is a $1000.00 scholarship – the deadline is January 31. See your counselor today.

The District E Cross Country Track & Field association is sponsoring a 2017 Summer Campership to be used this summer. Any student who participated in Cross country, Indoor Track or Outdoor Track can apply. See Mrs. Mallaghan in 318 for an application.

Those students needing to take the MCAS Bio retest exam in February, tutoring will take place afterschool from 2-3pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays starting 1/17/17 and running for three weeks.  Passing the Biology MCAS is a graduation requirement!

Attention all seniors -The Greater Worcester Community Foundation Scholarship is now available.  It is an online application so see your Guidance Counselor for details. Every senior who is planning to attend a two or four year college should apply for this scholarship. One online application allows you into a pool of over 100 scholarships. See your counselor TODAY.

For those looking to attend the city basketball games, the charge for admission is $6 adults and $4 for students.

 

All students interested in preparing for the Brain Bee at UMASS Medical School in February should see Mr. O’Connell in 318 to register and receive study materials.

 

Are you tired of not making an athletic team, do you want to be the next news anchor, how about being a contestant on the VOICE.  Well Rec Worcester is coming to North High for programming after school.  Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2-5:00pm there will be programming that will include: working out, conditioning, creating your own podcast, debating current events and hot topics, and learning how to stomp, writing songs and putting together a performance.  Participating in this programming will count towards community service hours.  This is open to all students.  If you are interested in participating please sign up in 301 or outside of Mrs. Milonopoulos’s office.  Snacks will be provided for those who fully participate in programming as well as transportation.  Sign up ASAP, programming has started.  If you have any questions be sure to see Mr. Martinez, Mrs. Milonopoulos or Ms. Juliamy.

 

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.

 

The library will be open afterschool from 2-4pm 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 and GEAR UP 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 4pm to transport home as well as city bus tickets available.

 

Rec Worcester is bringing Martial Arts to North High School on Wednesdays.  If you are interested in joining, stop by the cafeteria at 2pm.

1/25/17 Daily Announcements Wednesday

Just a reminder that students that are tardy to school will be issued a detention that must be served afterschool from 1:50-2:30.

Math League-Please meet in Mr. Keating’s room (232) after school today for the competition at Assabet Valley.

Attention Hackers! 1NTERRUPT is hosting a hands-on cyber security event called “Take Back Hack” on Saturday, February 4th from 8:30 am – 3 pm at WPI. Learn about network, web and hardware cyber security, meet industry pros, and start preparing for your future. The event is free, and lunch will be provided. For more information and to register, visit: 1NTERRUPT.COM.

The Greendale Y will be sponsoring another lifeguard prep class on Saturday’s from February 25-March 18, 9:30-11:30 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 participants will be able to take a LG course in the spring and/or summer safely and successfully … and then hopefully work at the Y!  Flyers are available outside Mrs. Milonopoulos’ office.

Any student that received a SAT release form from Mr. Krikorian, please return it to the main office ASAP.

Seniors – The Barbara J Sinnott scholarship is available now. Please see your Guidance Counselor for the application. This is a $1000.00 scholarship – the deadline is January 31. See your counselor today.

The District E Cross Country Track & Field association is sponsoring a 2017 Summer Campership to be used this summer. Any student who participated in Cross country, Indoor Track or Outdoor Track can apply. See Mrs. Mallaghan in 318 for an application.

Those students needing to take the MCAS Bio retest exam in February, tutoring will take place afterschool from 2-3pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays starting 1/17/17 and running for three weeks.  Passing the Biology MCAS is a graduation requirement!

Attention all seniors -The Greater Worcester Community Foundation Scholarship is now available.  It is an online application so see your Guidance Counselor for details. Every senior who is planning to attend a two or four year college should apply for this scholarship. One online application allows you into a pool of over 100 scholarships. See your counselor TODAY.

Seniors-make sure to bring in your money for the senior shirts!  All money should be turned into Ms. Mendez in room 209 by January 27th.  The cost is $20.

 

For those looking to attend the city basketball games, the charge for admission is $6 adults and $4 for students.

 

All students interested in preparing for the Brain Bee at UMASS Medical School in February should see Mr. O’Connell in 318 to register and receive study materials.

 

Are you tired of not making an athletic team, do you want to be the next news anchor, how about being a contestant on the VOICE.  Well Rec Worcester is coming to North High for programming after school.  Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2-4:00pm there will be programming that will include: working out, conditioning, creating your own podcast, debating current events and hot topics, and learning how to stomp, writing songs and putting together a performance.  Participating in this programming will count towards community service hours.  This is open to all students.  If you are interested in participating please sign up in 301 or outside of Mrs. Milonopoulos’s office.  Snacks will be provided for those who fully participate in programming as well as transportation.  Sign up ASAP, programming has started.  If you have any questions be sure to see Mr. Martinez, Mrs. Milonopoulos or Ms. Juliamy.

 

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.

 

The library will be open afterschool from 2-4pm 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 and GEAR UP 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 4pm to transport home as well as city bus tickets available.

 

Rec Worcester is bringing Martial Arts to North High School on Wednesdays.  If you are interested in joining, stop by the cafeteria at 2pm.

Track News……. 1/18/17

The Boys and Girls Track Teams defeated Burncoat last night. This is the first time both the Boys and Girls have finished undefeated in the Inter High together in the Indoor season.

Leading the Boys were Jovan Wilmore winning the Shot Put, Robert Jackson winning the High Jump and 4×200 Relay, Albert Poah winning the 55M, 2nd in the High Jump, and 4×200 Relay, Jose Rosario winning the Hurdles and 2nd in the Mile, Miguel Amparo 3rd in Shot Put.

Leading the Girls were Essence Martinez winning the 600 with a new personal record and 3rd in the 55 Hurdles, Pelanie Oungougai was 2nd in the 1 Mile and 2nd in the 1000M, and Alondra Padillo improving her season pr in the 1000.

Next up: Division 1 State Relays

Thursday Daily Announcements 1/18/17

The Boys and Girls Track Teams defeated Burncoat last night. This is the first time both the Boys and Girls have finished undefeated in the Inter High together in the Indoor season. Leading the Boys were Jovan Wilmore winning the Shot Put, Robert Jackson winning the High Jump and 4×200 Relay, Albert Poah winning the 55M, 2nd in the High Jump, and 4×200 Relay, Jose Rosario winning the Hurdles and 2nd in the Mile, Miguel Amparo 3rd in Shot Put.  Leading the Girls were Essence Martinez winning the 600 with a new personal record and 3rd in the 55 Hurdles, Pelanie Oungougai was 2nd in the 1 Mile and 2nd in the 1000M, and Alondra Padillo improving her season pr in the 1000.

All students taking QCC English 101 please meet in room 109 promptly at 2:00 today for class.

Attention, 11th and 12th graders. New England Institute of Technology will be visiting North High on Tuesday, January 24th at 1PM. Location to be determined. Sign-up in the GEAR UP office if interested. Visit their website to see if this school is right for you: neit.edu.

The AccuPlacer test that was scheduled for the Future Teachers Program this afternoon has been rescheduled for this Thursday, January 19, 2017 at 2:00 pm.

Rehearsal for “Wow” will be Thursday after school in room 234.

GEAR UP seniors are invited to take part in a texting project.  You will receive texts this summer to help you with your transition to college.  Please see GEAR UP for a permission slip to participate.  All GEAR UP seniors who return a permission slip by Jan 25th will be entered in a raffle to win a year book or graduation cap and gown.

Any student that received a SAT release form from Mr. Krikorian, please return it to the main office ASAP.

Seniors – The Barbara J Sinnott scholarship is available now. Please see your Guidance Counselor for the application. This is a $1000.00 scholarship – the deadline is January 31. See your counselor today.

The District E Cross Country Track & Field association is sponsoring a 2017 Summer Campership to be used this summer. Any student who participated in Cross country, Indoor Track or Outdoor Track can apply. See Mrs. Mallaghan in 318 for an application.

Grafton Job Corps will be hosting an OPEN HOUSE just for females on January 18, 2017 from 1-4pm. If you are a senior girl who has not decided on a college or career path for after graduation, you may want take a tour, ask some questions and gather some information.  See your Guidance Counselor for more information.

Those students needing to take the MCAS Bio retest exam in February, tutoring will take place afterschool from 2-3pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays starting today and running for three weeks.  Passing the Biology MCAS is a graduation requirement!

Attention all seniors -The Greater Worcester Community Foundation Scholarship is now available.  It is an online application so see your Guidance Counselor for details. Every senior who is planning to attend a two or four year college should apply for this scholarship. One online application allows you into a pool of over 100 scholarships. See your counselor TODAY.

Seniors-make sure to bring in your money for the senior shirts!  All money should be turned into Ms. Mendez in room 209 by January 27th.  The cost is $20.

 

For those looking to attend the city basketball games, the charge for admission is $6 adults and $4 for students.

 

All students interested in preparing for the Brain Bee at UMASS Medical School in February should see Mr. O’Connell in 318 to register and receive study materials.

 

Are you tired of not making an athletic team, do you want to be the next news anchor, how about being a contestant on the VOICE.  Well Rec Worcester is coming to North High for programming after school.  Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2-4:00pm there will be programming that will include: working out, conditioning, creating your own podcast, debating current events and hot topics, and learning how to stomp, writing songs and putting together a performance.  Participating in this programming will count towards community service hours.  This is open to all students.  If you are interested in participating please sign up in 301 or outside of Mrs. Milonopoulos’s office.  Snacks will be provided for those who fully participate in programming as well as transportation.  Sign up ASAP, programming has started.  If you have any questions be sure to see Mr. Martinez, Mrs. Milonopoulos or Ms. Juliamy.

 

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.

 

The library will be open afterschool from 2-4pm 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 and GEAR UP 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 4pm to transport home as well as city bus tickets available.