QCC Downtown Campus Tour

QCC Downtown Campus Tour

On May 25, 2017 a group of freshman students in the Health & Science Academy had the amazing opportunity to take a tour of the QCC Downtown Campus with Mrs. Lauritsen.  During their tour they were able to see various departments: Nursing, Radiology, Surgical Tech, Paramedic, EMT, An Operating Room, and SIM Man Human display.

The students were able to have a true hands on experience.  In the Operating Room they were able to see, use and learn how the equipment is used.  On the SIM Man tour they were able to see how the human body reacts when medication is not administered correctly, the SIM also has the ability to teach, show and demonstrate labor and delivery.  Students were able to see, learn and have a hands on feel for what its like to work as a paramedic while touring the ambulance and all its equipment.

The tour was overall unique and a true learning experience for the students.  Thank you to QCC for hosting our Health & Science Academy Students!

Daily Announcements Tuesday 5/23/17

Attention Seniors, You must pay your yearbook in full by tomorrow morning in order to receive during the Senior breakfast tomorrow. You can still buy a yearbook for $60. Cash only.  Senior breakfast is tomorrow. Please be on time to school and go straight to homeroom.

 

Congratulations to our Boys and Girls Teams for both earning Back-Back-Back Colonial Athletic League Track & Field Championships.

1st Place-Long Jump, Triple Jump, 100 M, 4×100 Relay

1st Place- High Jump, 2nd Place Shot Put Alison Rushlow

1st Place- Shot Put- Jovan Wilmore Personal Record 42′ 8″

1st Place- 200 M & 4×100 Relay, 2nd Place Triple Jump & Long Jump Bernice Mensah

1st Place- High Jump & 4×100 Relay, 2nd Place Long Jump, 3rd Place 100 M

1st Place- 2 Mi & 3rd Plce 1 Mi-Herlin Rijo

1st Place- Shot Put, 4×100 Relay, 2nd Place 100 M, 4th Place Triple Jump- Stevenna Bowhile

1st Place- Girls 4×100 – Leilani Torres, Stevenna Bowhile, Brenice Mensah, Adja Sackor

1st Place- Girls 4×400 – Denise Hoxha, Maria Gitau, Christine Nibitanga, Essence Martinez

1st Place- Boys 4×100- Rodney Maldonado, Mark Muturi, Michael Amoah, Robert Jackson

2nd Place- Boys 4×400 Relay-Ian Mwalago, Rodney Maldonado, Brian Chan, Jose Rosario

2nd Place-Blessing Cisco Discus, Essence Martinez 400 M,  Brian Chan 800 M

3rd Place-Sandra Jackson Shot Put,  Ian Mwalago Triple Jump, Robert Jackson 100 M,

4th Place-Kayle Fernandez 100 M & 200 M, Denise Hoxha High Jump, Brandon Hardial Triple Jump & Long Jump, Nick Weilbrenner Shot Put

5th Place- Leilani Torres High Jump, Maria Giatau 800 M, Christine Nibitanga 400 M, Iam Mwalago 400 M, Mark Muturi 100 M

6th Place- Ian Mwalago Long Jump, Jovan Wilmore Discus

Many other Top 10 Performances that added to a tremendous Championship.

 

Next Up: Central/Western Championship at Fitchburg State University Saturday 27th

 

Senior grading is officially open and will close Friday, May 26th at 10:00am sharp.  Please make sure you print a copy of your grades and hand them into Paula and keep a copy for yourself.  If you cannot print please see Paula and she will print them for you.

 

Senior Teachers — PLEASE have your students return their books TO MS. MCKAY in the library!  They CANNOT GRADUATE until all books are returned!

 

May 23rd– 5:30-7:30pm:  Academic and Athletic Awards Banquet

 

Homeroom Teachers:  Parent surveys have been placed in your mailbox for students to take home and complete.  Students can return the surveys to you and they can be brought to the main office.  If you need a survey in a language other than English, please send a student to the main office.

 

Saint Vincent’s Hospital is requesting our help again this year with their annual cereal drive.  The cereal drive benefits all families in need in Worcester.  If staff members are willing to contribute two boxes of cereal each we can really make an impact.  Cereal can be dropped off in 301.  Saint Vincent’s is a huge contributor to our holiday donation baskets, so let’s come together and help them out!

 

Anyone interested in taking AP World History next year should sign up on the sheet outside of room 227.

 

Attention rising juniors and seniors:  Let’s Get Ready will be running a summer program at Clark University Beginning on June 14th.  The program will be held in Jonas Hall on the Clark campus Monday and Wednesday evenings from 5:30-8:30.  Interested students should see Mrs. Mallaghan in 318.  Let’s Get Ready is free and a great opportunity to prepare for the SAT.

Here’s some TRACK News!!!

Boys and Girls earn Back-Back-Back Colonial Athletic League Track & Field Championships

**Congratulations to our Boys and Girls Teams for both earning Back-Back-Back Colonial Athletic League Track & Field Championships. 

1st Place-Long Jump, Triple Jump, 100 M, 4×100 Relay

1st Place- High Jump, 2nd Place Shot Put Alison Rushlow

1st Place- Shot Put- Jovan Wilmore Personal Record 42′ 8″

1st Place- 200 M & 4×100 Relay, 2nd Place Triple Jump & Long Jump Bernice Mensah

1st Place- High Jump & 4×100 Relay, 2nd Place Long Jump, 3rd Place 100 M

1st Place- 2 Mi & 3rd Plce 1 Mi-Herlin Rijo

1st Place- Shot Put, 4×100 Relay, 2nd Place 100 M, 4th Place Triple Jump- Stevenna Bowhile

1st Place- Girls 4×100 – Leilani Torres, Stevenna Bowhile, Brenice Mensah, Adja Sackor

1st Place- Girls 4×400 – Denise Hoxha, Maria Gitau, Christine Nibitanga, Essence Martinez

1st Place- Boys 4×100- Rodney Maldonado, Mark Muturi, Michael Amoah, Robert Jackson

2nd Place- Boys 4×400 Relay-Ian Mwalago, Rodney Maldonado, Brian Chan, Jose Rosario

2nd PlaceBlessing Cisco Discus, Essence Martinez 400 M,  Brian Chan 800 M

3rd Place-Sandra Jackson Shot Put,  Ian Mwalago Triple Jump, Robert Jackson 100 M,

4th Place-Kayle Fernandez 100 M & 200 M, Denise Hoxha High Jump, Brandon Hardial Triple Jump & Long Jump, Nick Weilbrenner Shot Put

5th Place- Leilani Torres High Jump, Maria Giatau 800 M, Christine Nibitanga 400 M, Iam Mwalago 400 M, Mark Muturi 100 M

6th Place- Ian Mwalago Long Jump, Jovan Wilmore Discus

Many other Top 10 Performances that added to a tremendous Championship.

Next Up: Central/Western Championship at Fitchburg State University Saturday 27th

Daily Announcements Monday 5/22/17

Senior grading is officially open and will close Friday, May 26th at 10:00am sharp.  Please make sure you print a copy of your grades and hand them into Paula and keep a copy for yourself.  If you cannot print please see Paula and she will print them for you.

 

Senior Teachers — PLEASE have your students return their books TO MS. MCKAY in the library!  They CANNOT GRADUATE until all books are returned!

 

On behalf of the Beechwood Hotel, Ms. Gonzalez & Ms. Mendez thanks to all of our North high students for such an awesome time on Prom night. The hotel staff was impressed with our students’ well-mannered demeanor and complimented them all night. Thanks for representing North High so well Polar Bears! You guys rock!!  Thank you to all our staff and administrators for your help & support during the process and throughout the night!

 

No Varsity tennis practice today. Practice Tuesday 3-4:30 at the Lake Park courts.

 

May 23rd– 5:30-7:30pm:  Academic and Athletic Awards Banquet

 

Homeroom Teachers:  Parent surveys have been placed in your mailbox for students to take home and complete.  Students can return the surveys to you and they can be brought to the main office.  If you need a survey in a language other than English, please send a student to the main office.

 

Saint Vincent’s Hospital is requesting our help again this year with their annual cereal drive.  The cereal drive benefits all families in need in Worcester.  If staff members are willing to contribute two boxes of cereal each we can really make an impact.  Cereal can be dropped off in 301.  Saint Vincent’s is a huge contributor to our holiday donation baskets, so let’s come together and help them out!

 

Anyone interested in taking AP World History next year should sign up on the sheet outside of room 227.

 

Attention rising juniors and seniors:  Let’s Get Ready will be running a summer program at Clark University Beginning on June 14th.  The program will be held in Jonas Hall on the Clark campus Monday and Wednesday evenings from 5:30-8:30.  Interested students should see Mrs. Mallaghan in 318.  Let’s Get Ready is free and a great opportunity to prepare for the SAT.

Tuesday 5/16/17 Daily Announcements

Saint Vincent’s Hospital is requesting our help again this year with their annual cereal drive.  The cereal drive benefits all families in need in Worcester.  If staff members are willing to contribute two boxes of cereal each we can really make an impact.  Cereal can be dropped off in 301.  Saint Vincent’s is a huge contributor to our holiday donation baskets, so let’s come together and help them out!

 

 

 

Q4 interim grades are due no later than Thursday 5/18 at 10:00am sharp

 

Students attending the prom-Please know that you must be here at least half of the day in order to be counted here for the day.  If you plan to get dismissed a parent must come into the building or you must have administrative approval ahead of time.

 

There will be no Commitment to Kindness meeting today. The clubs final meeting will take place next Tuesday the 23rd at 2pm.

 

Anyone interested in taking AP World History next year should sign up on the sheet outside of room 227.

 

Cap and Gowns will be available for purchase on Wednesday May 17th during all lunches.  The cost is $20, cash or check.  Seniors, please remember you must clear up any final failures or attendance issues before you will be allowed to purchase. There are still several students that will be unable to purchase so if you are concerned, please check in with Mrs. Milonopoulos.

 

Thursday evening come to our Spring Showcase of Artwork and Music! Dinner is at 5, Art opens at 6, and Music performances at 7! Come support our amazing students!

 

MCAS Biology tutoring starts today.  Any student that will be taking the test in June should attend tutoring.  Tutoring will be on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 2-3:30.

 

The library and computer lab next to the library is closed afterschool today due to a meeting.

Attention Seniors:  Your final exams will be held during the regular school day.  Seniors will not be allowed to come late or leave early.  The school day will be as normal and you will just take finals for selected periods on certain days.

Monday 5/15 periods 1 & 7

Tuesday 5/16 periods 2 & 6

Wednesday 5/17 period 4

Thursday 5/18 periods 3 & 5

Monday 5/22 Makeup

 

Attention rising juniors and seniors:  Let’s Get Ready will be running a summer program at Clark University Beginning on June 14th.  The program will be held in Jonas Hall on the Clark campus Monday and Wednesday evenings from 5:30-8:30.  Interested students should see Mrs. Mallaghan in 318.  Let’s Get Ready is free and a great opportunity to prepare for the SAT.

Two new scholarships are available…The Grafton Hill Businessman’s Scholarship is available to any senior that resides in the 01604 zip code area.  See Mrs. Curtis in the 318 guidance office.  Price Chopper is offering a scholarship to any senior who is employed at one of their stores.  See Mrs. Curtis in 318.

We’re going to Six Flags!  Students in any grade are invited to attend a trip to Six Flags New England on Friday, June 9th.  Permission slips can be picked up in Suite 301.  The bus will leave North at 2pm and will depart Six Flags at 9pm.  The cost of the trip is $50 which includes park admission and transportation.  Permission slips and money are due to Mr. Coppolino in Suite 301 by Thursday, May 18th.

News on the Track…..Way To Go TEAM!!!!

Congratulations to our Back to Back 2017 State Vocational Championship Girls Team and our 3rd Place Boys Team

1st Place Long Jump & Triple Jump-Adja Sackor

1st Place Shot Put & 100M-Stevenna Bowhile

1st Place 4x100Relay- Leilani Torres, Stevenna Bowhile, Bernice Mensah, Adja Sackor

1st Place 200 M & 2nd Place Triple Jump-Bernice Mensah

1st Place High Jump & 2nd Place Shot Put-Alison Rushlow

1st Place 1 Mile & 2nd Place 2 Mile- Herlin Rijo

2nd Place Girls 4×400 Relay-Denise Hoxha, Maria Gitau, Christine Nibitanga, Essence Martinez

2nd Place Girls 4×800 Relay-Sophia Avril, Maria Gitau, Lauresa Bruce, Emilie Avril

3rd Place 100 Hurdles-Denise Hoxha

3rd Place Boys 4×400 Relay-Ian Mwalago, Rodney Maldonado, Brian Chan, Jose Rosario

3rd Place Boys 4×800 Relay- Nathaniel Felix, Akihiro Suzuki, Brian Chan, Jose Rosario

4th Place Boys 4×100 Relay-Michael Amoah, Kark Muturi, Jobert Jackson, Rodney Maldonado

4th Place Shot Put-Jovan Wilmore

4th Place Shot- Sandra Jackson

4th Place Triple Jump & 6th Place Long Jump-Brandon Hardial

5th Place Discus-Blessing Cisco

5th Place 200M & 7th Place 100M-Kayli Fernandez

5th Place High Jump-Leilani Torres

6th Place Long Jump-Lauresa Bruce

**Many other great performances from all our Boys and Girls. Congratulations on these great accomplishments!

Daily Announcements Thursday 5/11/17

PROM TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT! Those that bought prom tickets are NOT allowed to sell their tickets to others. Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable. 3 tickets are available for sale for SENIORS ONLY for the senior class trip to Six Flags tomorrow. See Ms. Gonzalez in room 413 if you interested in buying one.  Please do not disrupt Ms. Gonzalez’s classes by going to her classroom throughout the day. If you need to speak with her, you may stop by Room 413 BEFORE 7:20am and AFTER 1:43pm. You can also email her.

 

Today is the last day for the library to be open until 4pm and the last day for the 4pm bus.  Starting next week, the library will only be open until 3:30 and there will be no afterschool bus.

 

Any junior who is interested in a summer job please see Mrs. Mallaghan today.

 

Students interested in representing their country’s cultural dress in a community fashion show please contact Junior Officers or Ms. Link by Friday, May 12th.

Two new scholarships are available…The Grafton Hill Businessman’s Scholarship is available to any senior that resides in the 01604 zip code area.  See Mrs. Curtis in the 318 guidance office.  Price Chopper is offering a scholarship to any senior who is employed at one of their stores.  See Mrs. Curtis in 318.

We’re going to Six Flags!  Students in any grade are invited to attend a trip to Six Flags New England on Friday, June 9th.  Permission slips can be picked up in Suite 301.  The bus will leave North at 2pm and will depart Six Flags at 9pm.  The cost of the trip is $50 which includes park admission and transportation.  Permission slips and money are due to Mr. Coppolino in Suite 301 by Thursday, May 18th.

Attention Seniors:  Your final exams will be held during the regular school day.  Seniors will not be allowed to come late or leave early.  The school day will be as normal and you will just take finals for selected periods on certain days.

Monday 5/15 periods 1 & 7

Tuesday 5/16 periods 2 & 6

Wednesday 5/17 period 4

Thursday 5/18 periods 3 & 5

Monday 5/22 Makeup

Any student who currently holds a job or who is planning to work this summer may qualify for a work credit. Please see Mrs. Mallaghan in the 318 Guidance Office for the paperwork.

Attention Juniors:  SAT scores are in.  See your guidance counselor to find out your scores.

Any student who believes they need buyback due to poor attendance and or tardies:  Please check with your individual teachers to see how, if you are able, to make up any time or school work to make sure you have met the requirements for the standards within the content areas.  Students who are unable to fulfill these obligations due to excessive absences and or tardies will lose course credit and seniors could risk graduation.  Seniors must complete these obligations by May 24th.  Such policies have been communicated since the beginning of the year and it is the students’ responsibility to make sure they are fulfilling the requirements.  Please make sure you come to school every day and are on time!

To best support our AP testers this morning, everyone should do their best to be quiet on the second floor. Thank you for your cooperation and best of luck to our AP students!

 

Seniors ….there are only a few weeks left before graduation. In order to complete our student reports, all seniors must inform their Guidance Counselors of their final decisions regarding college acceptances, employment, military service or other plans as soon as possible.  Lists will be available in each Guidance Office for you to write down your final plans for after graduation.

 

Any student interested in enrolling in English 101 offered through Quinsigamond Community College taught here at North High this summer should see Mr. O’Connell in 318 for more information about AccuPlacer testing and course dates

Wednesday May 10, 2017 Daily Announcements

Any junior who is interested in a summer job please see Mrs. Mallaghan today.Any student attending the trip to UTI, please be downstairs in the foyer in front of the office by 9am.  The bus will leave at 9am sharp.

 

Students interested in representing their country’s cultural dress in a community fashion show please contact Junior Officers or Ms. Link by Friday, May 12th.

Two new scholarships are available…The Grafton Hill Businessman’s Scholarship is available to any senior that resides in the 01604 zip code area.  See Mrs. Curtis in the 318 guidance office.  Price Chopper is offering a scholarship to any senior who is employed at one of their stores.  See Mrs. Curtis in 318.

We’re going to Six Flags!  Students in any grade are invited to attend a trip to Six Flags New England on Friday, June 9th.  Permission slips can be picked up in Suite 301.  The bus will leave North at 2pm and will depart Six Flags at 9pm.  The cost of the trip is $50 which includes park admission and transportation.  Permission slips and money are due to Mr. Coppolino in Suite 301 by Thursday, May 18th.

PROM TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT!  ATTENTION SENIORS:  Please do not disrupt Ms. Gonzalez’s classes by going to her classroom throughout the day. If you need to speak with her, you may stop by Room 413 BEFORE 7:20am and AFTER 1:43pm. You can also email her.

Attention Seniors:  Your final exams will be held during the regular school day.  Seniors will not be allowed to come late or leave early.  The school day will be as normal and you will just take finals for selected periods on certain days.

Monday 5/15 periods 1 & 7

Tuesday 5/16 periods 2 & 6

Wednesday 5/17 period 4

Thursday 5/18 periods 3 & 5

Monday 5/22 Makeup

Any student who currently holds a job or who is planning to work this summer may qualify for a work credit. Please see Mrs. Mallaghan in the 318 Guidance Office for the paperwork.

Attention Juniors:  SAT scores are in.  See your guidance counselor to find out your scores.

Any student who believes they need buyback due to poor attendance and or tardies:  Please check with your individual teachers to see how, if you are able, to make up any time or school work to make sure you have met the requirements for the standards within the content areas.  Students who are unable to fulfill these obligations due to excessive absences and or tardies will lose course credit and seniors could risk graduation.  Seniors must complete these obligations by May 24th.  Such policies have been communicated since the beginning of the year and it is the students’ responsibility to make sure they are fulfilling the requirements.  Please make sure you come to school every day and are on time!

To best support our AP testers this morning, everyone should do their best to be quiet on the second floor. Thank you for your cooperation and best of luck to our AP students!

 

 

Seniors ….there are only a few weeks left before graduation. In order to complete our student reports, all seniors must inform their Guidance Counselors of their final decisions regarding college acceptances, employment, military service or other plans as soon as possible.  Lists will be available in each Guidance Office for you to write down your final plans for after graduation.

 

Any student interested in enrolling in English 101 offered through Quinsigamond Community College taught here at North High this summer should see Mr. O’Connell in 318 for more information about AccuPlacer testing and course dates.

Daily Announcements Tuesday 5/9/17

Congratulations to the Boys’ Varsity Volleyball team in their win Monday against Doherty high in our annual “Pink” game.  North’s win clinches the Inter-High Championship 6-0 and sends us to District play with a current 9-5 record.  Jestin Gaspar had 9 kills and Joe Defeudis had 10 aces!  North plays at Leominster this Friday at 4pm!  Go North!

Two new scholarships are available…The Grafton Hill Businessman’s Scholarship is available to any senior that resides in the 01604 zip code area.  See Mrs. Curtis in the 318 guidance office.  Price Chopper is offering a scholarship to any senior who is employed at one of their stores.  See Mrs. Curtis in 318.

We’re going to Six Flags!  Students in any grade are invited to attend a trip to Six Flags New England on Friday, June 9th.  Permission slips can be picked up in Suite 301.  The bus will leave North at 2pm and will depart Six Flags at 9pm.  The cost of the trip is $50 which includes park admission and transportation.  Permission slips and money are due to Mr. Coppolino in Suite 301 by Thursday, May 18th.

PROM TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT!

Attention Seniors:  Your final exams will be held during the regular school day.  Seniors will not be allowed to come late or leave eaerly.  The school day will be as normal and you will just take finals for selected periods on certain days.

Monday 5/15 periods 1 & 7

Tuesday 5/16 periods 2 & 6

Wednesday 5/17 period 4

Thursday 5/18 periods 3 & 5

Monday 5/22 Makeup

All current QCC English 101 students, please meet in room 109 at 2pm sharp on Tuesday, May 9th!

ATTENTION SENIORS:  Please do not disrupt Ms. Gonzalez’s classes by going to her classroom throughout the day. If you need to speak with her, you may stop by Room 413 BEFORE 7:20am and AFTER 1:43pm. You can also email her.

 

8th Annual Greater New Bedford Voc Sunset Invitational

On Saturday evening, our Boys and Girls traveled to Greater New Bedford Vocational Tech for the Sunset Invitational. Although it rained significantly all evening, our athletes shined with many top performances.

Relays

2nd Place Girls 4×100 Relay of Leilani Torres, Stevenna Bowhile, Bernice Mensah, Adja Sackor

4th Place Boys 4×100 Relay of Mark Muturi, Craig Martin, Michael Amoah, Robert Jackson

5th Place Girls 4×400 Relay of Denise Hoxha, Maria Gitau, Christine Nibitanga, Essence Martinez

5th Place Boys 4×400 Relay of Ian Mwalago, Rodney Maldonado, Brian Chan, Herlin Rijo

Individual Accomplishments

2nd Place Long Jump Adja Sackor

4th Place Triple Jump and 200 M Bernice Mensah

4th Place High Jump and Shot Put Alison Rushlow

5th Place Shot Put and 6th Place 100 M Stevenna Bowhile

6th Place 800 M with a new PR Herlin Rijo

8th Place Triple Jump Brandon Hardial

12th Place Shot Put Sandra Jackson and Discus Blessing Cisco

12th Place Shot Put  Nick Weilbrenner with a new PR

12th Place 200 M Frosh Kayli Fernandez with a new PR

14th Place 200 M Maame Conduah

All other athletes posted many personal records and great performances despite the constant rain.

**Next Saturday District E Class A Championship

 

Any student who currently holds a job or who is planning to work this summer may qualify for a work credit. Please see Mrs. Mallaghan in the 318 Guidance Office for the paperwork.

Attention Juniors:  SAT scores are in.  See your guidance counselor to find out your scores.

Any student who believes they need buyback due to poor attendance and or tardies:  Please check with your individual teachers to see how, if you are able, to make up any time or school work to make sure you have met the requirements for the standards within the content areas.  Students who are unable to fulfill these obligations due to excessive absences and or tardies will lose course credit and seniors could risk graduation.  Seniors must complete these obligations by May 24th.  Such policies have been communicated since the beginning of the year and it is the students’ responsibility to make sure they are fulfilling the requirements.  Please make sure you come to school every day and are on time!

To best support our AP testers this morning, everyone should do their best to be quiet on the second floor. Thank you for your cooperation and best of luck to our AP students!

 

Attn: Students:  Send a Sweet Treat to a graduating senior! It’s a Sweet ending to a new beginning! Sweets Treats will be on sale during all lunches for $1.00 from Monday, May 1st- Tuesday, May 9th. Treats will be delivered to homerooms on Thursday, May 11th.

 

Seniors ….there are only a few weeks left before graduation. In order to complete our student reports, all seniors must inform their Guidance Counselors of their final decisions regarding college acceptances, employment, military service or other plans as soon as possible.  Lists will be available in each Guidance Office for you to write down your final plans for after graduation.

 

Any student interested in enrolling in English 101 offered through Quinsigamond Community College taught here at North High this summer should see Mr. O’Connell in 318 for more information about AccuPlacer testing and course dates.

Please sign up for the June 3rd SAT exam by May 9th.  See GEAR UP to register.

Seniors, please bring your picture to GEAR UP for our senior bulletin

Daily Announcements Monday 5/8/17

PROM TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT!

The Varsity tennis team travels to play Clinton today. Players should be ready to play and at WTHS by 2:30 to get the bus.  Good Luck!

 

Mrs. Blake and her senior classes would like to thank everyone who donated to the change for a change competition! Thanks to you we raised over $400 for a great cause!

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:  Please do not disrupt Ms. Gonzalez’s classes by going to her classroom throughout the day. If you need to speak with her, you may stop by Room 413 BEFORE 7:20am and AFTER 1:43pm. You can also email her.

 

8th Annual Greater New Bedford Voc Sunset Invitational

On Saturday evening, our Boys and Girls traveled to Greater New Bedford Vocational Tech for the Sunset Invitational. Although it rained significantly all evening, our athletes shined with many top performances.

Relays

2nd Place Girls 4×100 Relay of Leilani Torres, Stevenna Bowhile, Bernice Mensah, Adja Sackor

4th Place Boys 4×100 Relay of Mark Muturi, Craig Martin, Michael Amoah, Robert Jackson

5th Place Girls 4×400 Relay of Denise Hoxha, Maria Gitau, Christine Nibitanga, Essence Martinez

5th Place Boys 4×400 Relay of Ian Mwalago, Rodney Maldonado, Brian Chan, Herlin Rijo

Individual Accomplishments

2nd Place Long Jump Adja Sackor

4th Place Triple Jump and 200 M Bernice Mensah

4th Place High Jump and Shot Put Alison Rushlow

5th Place Shot Put and 6th Place 100 M Stevenna Bowhile

6th Place 800 M with a new PR Herlin Rijo

8th Place Triple Jump Brandon Hardial

12th Place Shot Put Sandra Jackson and Discus Blessing Cisco

12th Place Shot Put  Nick Weilbrenner with a new PR

12th Place 200 M Frosh Kayli Fernandez with a new PR

14th Place 200 M Maame Conduah

All other athletes posted many personal records and great performances despite the constant rain.

**Next Saturday District E Class A Championship

 

Any student who currently holds a job or who is planning to work this summer may qualify for a work credit. Please see Mrs. Mallaghan in the 318 Guidance Office for the paperwork.

Attention Juniors:  SAT scores are in.  See your guidance counselor to find out your scores.

Any student who believes they need buyback due to poor attendance and or tardies:  Please check with your individual teachers to see how, if you are able, to make up any time or school work to make sure you have met the requirements for the standards within the content areas.  Students who are unable to fulfill these obligations due to excessive absences and or tardies will lose course credit and seniors could risk graduation.  Seniors must complete these obligations by May 24th.  Such policies have been communicated since the beginning of the year and it is the students’ responsibility to make sure they are fulfilling the requirements.  Please make sure you come to school every day and are on time!

To best support our AP testers this morning, everyone should do their best to be quiet on the second floor. Thank you for your cooperation and best of luck to our AP students!

 

Attn: Students:  Send a Sweet Treat to a graduating senior! It’s a Sweet ending to a new beginning! Sweets Treats will be on sale during all lunches for $1.00 from Monday, May 1st- Tuesday, May 9th. Treats will be delivered to homerooms on Thursday, May 11th.

 

Attention Seniors:  You can order your yearbook with a $30 deposit by Friday, May 5th. CASH ONLY See Ms. Gonzalez in room 413 afterschool. Your parents or family members can place an ad in the yearbook congratulating you for just $30. See Ms. Gonzalez in room 413 for more details.  Faculty & Staff are also welcomed to place well wishes or congratulatory messages in the yearbook as well for a fee of $30.  The Senior Breakfast will take place here in North High’s cafeteria free of charge for SENIORS ONLY on Wednesday, May 24th! All seniors are expected to attend. We will provide more details in May.

 

Seniors ….there are only a few weeks left before graduation. In order to complete our student reports, all seniors must inform their Guidance Counselors of their final decisions regarding college acceptances, employment, military service or other plans as soon as possible.  Lists will be available in each Guidance Office for you to write down your final plans for after graduation.

 

Any student interested in enrolling in English 101 offered through Quinsigamond Community College taught here at North High this summer should see Mr. O’Connell in 318 for more information about AccuPlacer testing and course dates.

Please sign up for the June 3rd SAT exam by May 9th.  See GEAR UP to register.

Seniors, please bring your picture to GEAR UP for our senior bulletin.