First Day of School August 27, 2018

Well, its official!  School has begun, and summer break is over.  Granted the first day of school can be very exciting for some students, it can also be a time where worries and anxieties come into play.  This is also true for teachers and staff.

As we all walk into school today, just remember…its EVERYONE’s First Day today!   Smiling, saying hello and being kind goes a long way.  Remember to not judge a book by its cover and help those new students that look completed lost.  You too were completely lost at one point in your high school life.

I hope that today is a magical first day for EVERYONE!   

 

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Wednesday 5/16/18 Daily Announcements

Academic:

 

  • If you need Accuplacer study materials, they are outside of Ms. Becker’s office. Please feel free to come up and grab one before or after school.

 

  • Today MCAs tutoring
    • Math room 329
    • Bio room 228

 

Sports:

 

  • The Varsity Tennis Team plays Burncoat HS today at lake parkat 3:30pm. Players should report to the lake park tennis courts by 3pm dressed and ready to play.

Good Luck!

  • Congratulations to the Boys JV Volleyball team in their win yesterday over Lowell Catholic
    • Donny Thai had on kill
    • Chris Nguyen hat 8 digs
    • Alexis Batista had 11 digs
      • Aamer Alkuheli had 8 kills and Tristan Tran had 21 assists for varsity

 

North plays next at home this Thursday against Keefe Tech

 

  • 1WALL HANDBALL GAMES ON THURSDAY, MAY 17th

AT THE GREEN HILL PARK HANDBALL COURTS AT 50 SKYLINE DRIVE

BE READY TO PLAY WHILE HAVING FUN!

SHOW UP AT 3:30 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.

FOOD & REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED AFTER GAMES.

SEE ORTIZ IN RM. 407 FOR MORE INFORMATION!

 

 

College or Career Prep:

 

  • Seniors!!  You must let your Guidance Counselors know what college you have decided on and where you will be attending in the fall or what other post graduate plans you have as soon as possible.  There will be a sheet for you to sign in each Guidance Office.

 

  • Attention Seniors:

There are numerous scholarship opportunities available to you. Please see your Guidance Counselor or Mrs. Curtis in the 318 Guidance Office for information and details. Don’t miss out on these great opportunity!!!

  1.  Price Chopper
  2. Alpha Delta Kappa – for students pursuing a degree in Education
  3. Grand Lodge Knights  Scholarship – recognizing community service
  4. the 365Z Foundation “Making a Difference with Kindness
  1. John F. Simoncini Scholarship. Applicant or parent must be a member of the Worcester Credit Union.

 

Other:

 

  • Please support the Volleyball team. They will be having a Bake Sale today at all lunches

 

  • Are you a junior who needs community service hours? The Junior Class officers are organizing a team of students to walk in the Walk for Homelessness on Sunday, May 20th. If you are interested in walking or learning more about the walk, come to the Walk for Homelessness Team Meeting on Thursday, May 17th at 2pm in Room 411.

 

  • Seniors: You must go to the Auditorium today during your lunches to order your cap & gown for graduation. The cost is $20

 

  • Congratulations Mr. Fails for graduating from college on Friday. From your students!!

 

 

Important policy reminders:

 

  • With the nice weather approaching please make sure we are adhering to the dress policy. Shirts shouldn’t contain any midriffs, shorts/skirts should come down to the longest finger and crop tops shouldn’t be worn.

 

  • The only bathroom open during 5th period will be on the third floor.  Students should only be using the bathroom in the cafeteria if it is their assigned lunch period.  Unless it is an emergency, students should be waiting to use the bathroom during their lunch period.

 

  • Students should not have backpacks in classrooms. All backpacks should be placed in lockers.

 

  • Bathrooms for 7th period:  During 7th period, the bathrooms will only be open from 1:08-1:28 (20 minutes).

 

  • Please remember that the 10-10 rule must be followed at all times.  This means that students should not be leaving the classroom to go anywhere (with the exception of the nurse in emergencies) until 10 minutes after the bell rings for the start of the period and passes to leave the classroom should stop 10 minutes before the class period ends.

 

  • Any student who rides a bus must have their bus pass every day. Also, remember riding the bus is a privilege. Anyone who doesn’t follow the rules can have the privilege revoked. Please respect this rule. Also, temporary bus passes can only be fixed during 6th

 

  • Please make sure you are following the WPS rules as it relates to cell phone usage. The use of cell phones is not permitted during the school day. Anyone who is in violation of this rule will have their cell phone taken away for the day. If it is a 1st offense you will be able to get it back at the end of the day. Any offense after that will require a parent/guardian to pick up the phone. We are asking that you please respect this rule, and help for us to provide a productive learning environment for all.

Monday 5/14/18 Daily Announcements

Academic:

 

  • If you need Accuplacer study materials, they are outside of Ms. Becker’s office. Please feel free to come up and grab one before or after school.

 

 

 

Sports:

  • The Varsity Tennis Team travels today to play a 4pm match at South HS. Players should report to WTHS at 3pmto board the bus and be ready to play.

Good Luck!

 

College or Career Prep:

 

  • Seniors!!  You must let your Guidance Counselors know what college you have decided on and where you will be attending in the fall or what other post graduate plans you have as soon as possible.  There will be a sheet for you to sign in each Guidance Office.

 

  • Attention Seniors:

There are numerous scholarship opportunities available to you. Please see your Guidance Counselor or Mrs. Curtis in the 318 Guidance Office for information and details. Don’t miss out on these great opportunity!!!

  1.  Price Chopper
  2. Alpha Delta Kappa – for students pursuing a degree in Education
  3. Grand Lodge Knights  Scholarship – recognizing community service
  4. the 365Z Foundation “Making a Difference with Kindness
  1. John F. Simoncini Scholarship. Applicant or parent must be a member of the Worcester Credit Union.

 

Other:

 

Congratulations to the North HS NJROTC for receiving the “Unit Achievement Award” from the area manager for the 3rd year in a row! Unit Achievement is awarded to the unit which has demonstrated significant success over the past year based on all factors of the program. North NJROTC was in the top 30 of 60 units and 1 out of 11 to win this award. Great job Cadets!!

 

Important policy reminders:

 

  • With the nice weather approaching please make sure we are adhering to the dress policy. Shirts shouldn’t contain any midriffs, shorts/skirts should come down to the longest finger and crop tops shouldn’t be worn.

 

  • The only bathroom open during 5th period will be on the third floor.  Students should only be using the bathroom in the cafeteria if it is their assigned lunch period.  Unless it is an emergency, students should be waiting to use the bathroom during their lunch period.

 

  • Students should not have backpacks in classrooms. All backpacks should be placed in lockers.

 

  • Bathrooms for 7th period:  During 7th period, the bathrooms will only be open from 1:08-1:28 (20 minutes).

 

  • Please remember that the 10-10 rule must be followed at all times.  This means that students should not be leaving the classroom to go anywhere (with the exception of the nurse in emergencies) until 10 minutes after the bell rings for the start of the period and passes to leave the classroom should stop 10 minutes before the class period ends.

 

  • Any student who rides a bus must have their bus pass every day. Also, remember riding the bus is a privilege. Anyone who doesn’t follow the rules can have the privilege revoked. Please respect this rule. Also, temporary bus passes can only be fixed during 6th

 

  • Please make sure you are following the WPS rules as it relates to cell phone usage. The use of cell phones is not permitted during the school day. Anyone who is in violation of this rule will have their cell phone taken away for the day. If it is a 1st offense you will be able to get it back at the end of the day. Any offense after that will require a parent/guardian to pick up the phone. We are asking that you please respect this rule, and help for us to provide a productive learning environment for all.

Friday 5/4/18 Daily Announcements

Academic:

 

  • If you need Accuplacer study materials, they are outside of Ms. Becker’s office. Please feel free to come up and grab one before or after school.

 

 

  • JUNIORS! JUNIORS! JUNIORS!

ANY SSJ/STB STUDENTS INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT THE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM PLEASE ATTEND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION SESSIONS:

  • THURSDAY, MAY 3RD 2PM                             ROOM 213
  • WEDNESDAY, MAY 9TH 2PM                            ROOM 213

 

Sports:

  • The Varsity Tennis Team travels today to play a 4pm match at Burncoat HS. Players should report to WTHS at 3pmto board the bus and ready to play.

Good Luck!

College or Career Prep:

  • Seniors!!  You must let your Guidance Counselors know what college you have decided on and where you will be attending in the fall or what other post graduate plans you have as soon as possible.  There will be a sheet for you to sign in each Guidance Office.

 

  • Attention Seniors:

There are numerous scholarship opportunities available to you. Please see your Guidance Counselor or Mrs. Curtis in the 318 Guidance Office for information and details. Don’t miss out on these great opportunity!!!

  1.  Price Chopper
  2. Alpha Delta Kappa – for students pursuing a degree in Education
  3. Grand Lodge Knights  Scholarship – recognizing community service
  4. the 365Z Foundation “Making a Difference with Kindness
  1. John F. Simoncini Scholarship. Applicant or parent must be a member of the Worcester Credit Union.
  2. Massport’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion/Compliance will once again award multiple $2, 000 scholarships as a part of the “Diversity STEM Scholarship” program.

This program is open to all graduating minority high school seniors from Massport’s neighboring communities interested in pursuing a degree that could be utilized in the Transportation Industry. Deadline Friday, May 4, 2018.

 

Other:

 

  • Please support Worcester’s Book Drive. Worcester is looking to collect over 30, 000 book to distribute to children this year for summer reading. New or gently used books can be put into the donation box in each secretary office on each floor. The Book Drive will run until May 16th

 

  • The National Honor Society meeting is this Tuesday May 8th in Room 207. ALL members must attend. We will be reviewing all requirements and setting new goals for the 2018-2019 school year. Nomination papers will also be handed out for officers in the coming year. Elections will be held by e-mail using Survey Monkey.

 

  • On Miss K’s door is a signup sheet for Volunteering at this year’s Walk for the Homeless on May 20th. Any student that is interested must sign up by Friday May 4th.
  • Another Volunteer opportunity is coming up, look for the signup sheet to volunteer on her door at this year’s Worcester Fire 6K.

 

  • Any senior interested in going to the Job Corps Open House on May 9th, please see Mrs. Becker for a permission slip. The deadline to hand them in is 5/7.

 

 

Important policy reminders:

  • With the nice weather approaching please make sure we are adhering to the dress policy. Shirts shouldn’t contain any midriffs, shorts/skirts should come down to the longest finger and crop tops shouldn’t be worn.

 

  • The only bathroom open during 5th period will be on the third floor.  Students should only be using the bathroom in the cafeteria if it is their assigned lunch period.  Unless it is an emergency, students should be waiting to use the bathroom during their lunch period.

 

  • Bathrooms for 7th period:  During 7th period, the bathrooms will only be open from 1:08-1:28 (20 minutes).

 

  • Please remember that the 10-10 rule must be followed at all times.  This means that students should not be leaving the classroom to go anywhere (with the exception of the nurse in emergencies) until 10 minutes after the bell rings for the start of the period and passes to leave the classroom should stop 10 minutes before the class period ends.

 

  • Any student who rides a bus must have their bus pass every day. Also, remember riding the bus is a privilege. Anyone who doesn’t follow the rules can have the privilege revoked. Please respect this rule. Also, temporary bus passes can only be fixed during 6th

 

  • Please make sure you are following the WPS rules as it relates to cell phone usage. The use of cell phones is not permitted during the school day. Anyone who is in violation of this rule will have their cell phone taken away for the day. If it is a 1st offense you will be able to get it back at the end of the day. Any offense after that will require a parent/guardian to pick up the phone. We are asking that you please respect this rule, and help for us to provide a productive learning environment for all.

5k Homecoming Carnival!!!!! Come Join Us!!! Sign UP!!!!!!

Join us at

North High School’s

5K FUN RUN/WALK & HOMECOMING CARNIVAL 

 Saturday September 22nd

POLAR EXPRESS 5K

8am Registration

9am Start Time

Preregister at

Polar5kexpress.racewire.com

HOMECOMING CARNIVAL

10am – 2pm

There will be games for all ages, food, prizes & live music and art!

ALL PROCEEDS GO TO NORTH HIGH SCHOOL

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS, AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVIES AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

NORTH HIGH SCHOOL · 140 HARRINGTON WAY · WORCESTER MA

Thursday 5/3/18 Daily Announcements

Academic:

  • If you need Accuplacer study materials, they are outside of Ms. Becker’s office. Please feel free to come up and grab one before or after school.

 

  • There will Math MCAS tutoring today in room 217

 

  • PLATO lab is also open today after school. That is in room 331

 

  • JUNIORS! JUNIORS! JUNIORS!

ANY SSJ/STB STUDENTS INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT THE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM PLEASE ATTEND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION SESSIONS:

  • THURSDAY, MAY 3RD 2PM                             ROOM 213
  • WEDNESDAY, MAY 9TH 2PM                            ROOM 213

 

 

College or Career Prep:

  • Seniors!!  You must let your Guidance Counselors know what college you have decided on and where you will be attending in the fall or what other post graduate plans you have as soon as possible.  There will be a sheet for you to sign in each Guidance Office.
  • Attention Seniors:

There are numerous scholarship opportunities available to you. Please see your Guidance Counselor or Mrs. Curtis in the 318 Guidance Office for information and details. Don’t miss out on these great opportunity!!!

  1.  Price Chopper
  2. Alpha Delta Kappa – for students pursuing a degree in Education
  3. Grand Lodge Knights  Scholarship – recognizing community service
  4. the 365Z Foundation “Making a Difference with Kindness
  1. John F. Simoncini Scholarship. Applicant or parent must be a member of the Worcester Credit Union.
  2. Massport’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion/Compliance will once again award multiple $2, 000 scholarships as a part of the “Diversity STEM Scholarship” program.

This program is open to all graduating minority high school seniors from Massport’s neighboring communities interested in pursuing a degree that could be utilized in the Transportation Industry. Deadline Friday, May 4, 2018.

 

Other:

 

  • Our pennies for patients/leukemia society fundraiser is still going on through the end of this week. The money we raise will help cancer patients all over the world! Please continue to bring in those coins! Collection boxes are in each of your classrooms. Together we are making a difference, not someday, but today! Thank you

 

  • Please support Worcester’s Book Drive. Worcester is looking to collect over 30, 000 book to distribute to children this year for summer reading. New or gently used books can be put into the donation box in each secretary office on each floor. The Book Drive will run until May 16th

 

  • The National Honor Society meeting is this Tuesday May 8th in Room 207. ALL members must attend. We will be reviewing all requirements and setting new goals for the 2018-2019 school year. Nomination papers will also be handed out for officers in the coming year. Elections will be held by e-mail using Survey Monkey.

 

  • On Miss K’s door is a signup sheet for Volunteering at this year’s Walk for the Homeless on May 20th. Any student that is interested must sign up by Friday May 4th.
  • Another Volunteer opportunity is coming up, look for the signup sheet to volunteer on her door at this year’s Worcester Fire 6K.

 

 

  • Any senior interested in going to the Job Corps Open House on May 9th, please see Mrs. Becker for a permission slip. The deadline to hand them in is 5/7.

 

Important policy reminders:

  • With the nice weather approaching please make sure we are adhering to the dress policy. Shirts shouldn’t contain any midriffs, shorts/skirts should come down to the longest finger and crop tops shouldn’t be worn.

 

  • The only bathroom open during 5th period will be on the third floor.  Students should only be using the bathroom in the cafeteria if it is their assigned lunch period.  Unless it is an emergency, students should be waiting to use the bathroom during their lunch period.

 

  • Bathrooms for 7th period:  During 7th period, the bathrooms will only be open from 1:08-1:28 (20 minutes).

 

  • Please remember that the 10-10 rule must be followed at all times.  This means that students should not be leaving the classroom to go anywhere (with the exception of the nurse in emergencies) until 10 minutes after the bell rings for the start of the period and passes to leave the classroom should stop 10 minutes before the class period ends.

 

  • Any student who rides a bus must have their bus pass every day. Also, remember riding the bus is a privilege. Anyone who doesn’t follow the rules can have the privilege revoked. Please respect this rule. Also, temporary bus passes can only be fixed during 6th

 

  • Please make sure you are following the WPS rules as it relates to cell phone usage. The use of cell phones is not permitted during the school day. Anyone who is in violation of this rule will have their cell phone taken away for the day. If it is a 1st offense you will be able to get it back at the end of the day. Any offense after that will require a parent/guardian to pick up the phone. We are asking that you please respect this rule, and help for us to provide a productive learning environment for all.

PM Announcements

  • The National Honor Society meeting is this Tuesday May 8th in Room 207. ALL members must attend. We will be reviewing all requirements and setting new goals for the 2018-2019 school year. Nomination papers will also be handed out for officers in the coming year. Elections will be held by e-mail using Survey Monkey.
  • On Miss K’s door is a signup sheet for Volunteering at this year’s Walk for the Homeless on May 20th. Any student that is interested must sign up by Friday May 4th.
  • Another Volunteer opportunity is coming up, look for the signup sheet to volunteer on her door at this year’s Worcester Fire 6K.

 

  • There will Math MCAS tutoring today in room 329

 

  • PLATO lab is also open today after school. That is in room 331
  • The Varsity Tennis Team plays Holy Name HS today at lake park at 3:30pm. Players should report to the lake park tennis courts by 3pmdressed and ready to play.

Good Luck!

Monday 4/30/18 Daily Announcements

Academic:

  • If you need Accuplacer study materials, they are outside of Ms. Becker’s office. Please feel free to come up and grab one before or after school.

 

  • JUNIORS! JUNIORS! JUNIORS!

ANY SSJ/STB STUDENTS INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT THE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM PLEASE ATTEND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION SESSIONS:

  • TUESDAY, MAY 1ST 2PM                             ROOM 213
  • THURSDAY, MAY 3RD 2PM                             ROOM 213
  • WEDNESDAY, MAY 9TH 2PM                            ROOM 213

 

 

Sports:

  • The Varsity Tennis Team plays Quabbin HS today at home at 3:30pm. Players should report to the lake parktennis courts by 3pmdressed and ready to play.

Good Luck!

College or Career Prep:

Are you interested in studying Science, Technology, Engineering or Math in college? Do you want to explore the “connections” between the world they live in and STEM concepts? Worcester State University is offering a 6 day workshop this summer exploring STEM connections to our everyday lives. This program is free of cost and breakfast, lunch and bus passes provided. This opportunity is open to any rising junior or senior who has passed, or will pass, chemistry with at least an 80. If you are interested see Mr. Burnett afterschool any day by May 1st, spots are limited!”

 

  • Tomorrow, the student council will be sponsoring our annual spring blood drive.  Donors are reminded to show their appointment cards to their teachers before they head off to the gym and to also be sure to bring a picture ID with them to show proof of age. !6 year donors also must bring their parental permission slip.  Thanks to all who signed up to donate blood tomorrow!

 

 

  • Seniors!!  You must let your Guidance Counselors know what college you have decided on and where you will be attending in the fall or what other post graduate plans you have as soon as possible.  There will be a sheet for you to sign in each Guidance Office.

 

  • Worcester State University is offering a summer Dual Enrollment opportunity for Juniors and Seniors with a 3.0 Grade Point Average.  The course, Environmental Science begins on May 21 and runs through June 29. There is NO COST.  See your Guidance Counselor for details.

 

  • Attention Seniors:

There are numerous scholarship opportunities available to you. Please see your Guidance Counselor or Mrs. Curtis in the 318 Guidance Office for information and details. Don’t miss out on these great opportunity!!!

  1.  Price Chopper
  2. Alpha Delta Kappa – for students pursuing a degree in Education
  3. Grand Lodge Knights  Scholarship – recognizing community service
  4. the 365Z Foundation “Making a Difference with Kindness
  1. John F. Simoncini Scholarship. Applicant or parent must be a member of the Worcester Credit Union.
  2. Massport’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion/Compliance will once again award multiple $2, 000 scholarships as a part of the “Diversity STEM Scholarship” program.

This program is open to all graduating minority high school seniors from Massport’s neighboring communities interested in pursuing a degree that could be utilized in the Transportation Industry. Deadline Friday, May 4, 2018.

 

Other:

 

  • Our pennies for patients/leukemia society fundraiser is still going on through the end of this week. When someone has blood cancer, they have to go through treatment for a long tome- sometimes as long as 3 years, or more. Did you know that some of the treatments for blood cancers are chemotherapy, radiation and bone marrow transplant? The money we raise will help cancer patients all over the world! Keep up the good work with bringing in those coins! Collection boxes are in each of your classrooms. Together we are making a difference, not someday, but today! Thank you

 

  • Please support Worcester’s Book Drive. Worcester is looking to collect over 30, 000 book to distribute to children this year for summer reading. New or gently used books can be put into the donation box in each secretary office on each floor. The Book Drive will run until May 16th

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important policy reminders:

  • The only bathroom open during 5th period will be on the third floor.  Students should only be using the bathroom in the cafeteria if it is their assigned lunch period.  Unless it is an emergency, students should be waiting to use the bathroom during their lunch period.

 

  • Bathrooms for 7th period:  During 7th period, the bathrooms will only be open from 1:08-1:28 (20 minutes).

 

  • No movement 7th period means no lockers, no water, no traveling to other classes

 

  • Wooden passes should only be used to access the bathrooms.  Green passes should be used for all other situations.  Only one student should be allowed out of a classroom at a time.

 

  • Please remember that the 10-10 rule must be followed at all times.  This means that students should not be leaving the classroom to go anywhere (with the exception of the nurse in emergencies) until 10 minutes after the bell rings for the start of the period and passes to leave the classroom should stop 10 minutes before the class period ends.

 

  • Any student who rides a bus must have their bus pass every day. Also, remember riding the bus is a privilege. Anyone who doesn’t follow the rules can have the privilege revoked. Please respect this rule. Also, temporary bus passes can only be fixed during 6th
  • Students are not allowed to sell candy or any other food items during the school day. This is a public health risk that could have serious repercussions. Students who are seen selling or purchasing any food or candy during the school day will face suspension. The only exception to this rule is for fundraisers supervised by a staff member during lunches

 

  • Please make sure you are following the WPS rules as it relates to cell phone usage. The use of cell phones is not permitted during the school day. Anyone who is in violation of this rule will have their cell phone taken away for the day. If it is a 1st offense you will be able to get it back at the end of the day. Any offense after that will require a parent/guardian to pick up the phone. We are asking that you please respect this rule, and help for us to provide a productive learning environment for all.

 

 

Friday 4/27/18 Daily Announcements

Academic:

  • If you need Accuplacer study materials, they are outside of Ms. Becker’s office. Please feel free to come up and grab one before or after school.

 

  • JUNIORS! JUNIORS! JUNIORS!

ANY SSJ/STB STUDENTS INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT THE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM PLEASE ATTEND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION SESSIONS:

  • TUESDAY, MAY 1ST 2PM                             ROOM 213
  • THURSDAY, MAY 3RD 2PM                             ROOM 213
  • WEDNESDAY, MAY 9TH 2PM                            ROOM 213

 

  • Tomorrow the follow Academic Supports will occur in the building. Please make it a priority to attend for all whom this applies to:
    • MCAS Math Blitz 9 am -12pm
    • PLATO Buy Back 9am – 12 pm
    • AP Math 8am – 12pm

Sports:

 

  • The Varsity Tennis Team plays David Prouty HS today at home at 3:30pm. Players should report to the lake park tennis courts by 3pmdressed and ready to play.

Good Luck!

College or Career Prep:

  • Are you interested in studying Science, Technology, Engineering or Math in college? Do you want to explore the “connections” between the world they live in and STEM concepts? Worcester State University is offering a 6 day workshop this summer exploring STEM connections to our everyday lives. This program is free of cost and breakfast, lunch and bus passes provided. This opportunity is open to any rising junior or senior who has passed, or will pass, chemistry with at least an 80. If you are interested see Mr. Burnett afterschool any day by May 1st, spots are limited!”
  • QCC is hosting an open house at their downtown, Federal St campus on Friday, April 27 at 5 pm.  If you are interested in a health related degree or certificate, join them in touring their state of the art facility to see the classrooms and simulation labs, as well as meet faculty and students.  See GEAR UP for more information.
  • Seniors!!  You must let your Guidance Counselors know what college you have decided on and where you will be attending in the fall or what other post graduate plans you have as soon as possible.  There will be a sheet for you to sign in each Guidance Office.

 

  • Worcester State University is offering a summer Dual Enrollment opportunity for Juniors and Seniors with a 3.0 Grade Point Average.  The course, Environmental Science begins on May 21 and runs through June 29. There is NO COST.  See your Guidance Counselor for details.

 

  • Attention Seniors:

There are numerous scholarship opportunities available to you. Please see your Guidance Counselor or Mrs. Curtis in the 318 Guidance Office for information and details. Don’t miss out on these great opportunity!!!

  1.  Price Chopper
  2. Alpha Delta Kappa – for students pursuing a degree in Education
  3. Grand Lodge Knights  Scholarship – recognizing community service
  4. the 365Z Foundation “Making a Difference with Kindness
  1. John F. Simoncini Scholarship. Applicant or parent must be a member of the Worcester Credit Union.
  2. Massport’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion/Compliance will once again award multiple $2, 000 scholarships as a part of the “Diversity STEM Scholarship” program.

This program is open to all graduating minority high school seniors from Massport’s neighboring communities interested in pursuing a degree that could be utilized in the Transportation Industry. Deadline Friday, May 4, 2018.

 

Other:

 

  • All students with passes to hear our guest speakers from the Massachusetts Bar Association, please report to the Library promptly at 8am.  Thank you.

 

  • We continue our pennies for patients/leukemia society fundraiser is still going on through next week. The money you are raising will help fund research in 7 different countries. This re4search specifically targets leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma. We are proud to be a part of that research. Please continue to donate your spare change to Pennies of Patients. Thank you for your continued support.
  • Attention Seniors!!

    Prom tickets will go on sale today in Room 413 during 4th period or after school ONLY!

    You must have your guest present in order to purchase 2 tickets. If your guest isn’t a North High student you must have an approved form at the time of purchase.

    Prom tickets are NOT refundable and cannot be sold or transferred. If a ticket is sold or transferred it will not be valid and the ticket holder will not get into prom.

 

  • Today is the last day for the Prom Dress distribution. Distribution will happen during lunch only. Anyone interested in a dress please talk to Ms. Delgado, Ms. Latino or Mrs. Link. All dresses and accessories are FREE!!

 

  • Please support Worcester’s Book Drive. Worcester is looking to collect over 30, 000 book to distribute to children this year for summer reading. New or gently used books can be put into the donation box in each secretary office on each floor. The Book Drive will run until May 16th

 

  • The deadline to submit applications to work for Youth Grow is Monday, April 30th. All applications should be returned to Ms. Delgado in room 102R

 

Important policy reminders:

  • The only bathroom open during 5th period will be on the third floor.  Students should only be using the bathroom in the cafeteria if it is their assigned lunch period.  Unless it is an emergency, students should be waiting to use the bathroom during their lunch period.

 

  • Bathrooms for 7th period:  During 7th period, the bathrooms will only be open from 1:08-1:28 (20 minutes).

 

  • No movement 7th period means no lockers, no water, no traveling to other classes

 

  • Wooden passes should only be used to access the bathrooms.  Green passes should be used for all other situations.  Only one student should be allowed out of a classroom at a time.

 

  • Please remember that the 10-10 rule must be followed at all times.  This means that students should not be leaving the classroom to go anywhere (with the exception of the nurse in emergencies) until 10 minutes after the bell rings for the start of the period and passes to leave the classroom should stop 10 minutes before the class period ends.

 

  • Any student who rides a bus must have their bus pass every day. Also, remember riding the bus is a privilege. Anyone who doesn’t follow the rules can have the privilege revoked. Please respect this rule. Also, temporary bus passes can only be fixed during 6th
  • Students are not allowed to sell candy or any other food items during the school day. This is a public health risk that could have serious repercussions. Students who are seen selling or purchasing any food or candy during the school day will face suspension. The only exception to this rule is for fundraisers supervised by a staff member during lunches

 

  • Please make sure you are following the WPS rules as it relates to cell phone usage. The use of cell phones is not permitted during the school day. Anyone who is in violation of this rule will have their cell phone taken away for the day. If it is a 1st offense you will be able to get it back at the end of the day. Any offense after that will require a parent/guardian to pick up the phone. We are asking that you please respect this rule, and help for us to provide a productive learning environment for all.

 

 PM Announcement

 

  • The Varsity Tennis Team travels today to play a 4pm match at West Boylston HS. Players should report to WTHS at 3pmto board the bus and ready to play. Good Luck!

 

  • 1WALL HANDBALL GAMES HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, MAY 1, 2018 AT THE GREEN HILL PARK HANDBALL COURTS AT SKYLINE DRIVE.

 

WE START AT 3:30 p.m.  PLEASE SHOW UP ON TIME!  THERE IS ROOM FOR MORE STUDENTS TO JOIN AND TRY SOMETHING DIFFERENT!

 

LEARN HOW TO PLAY IT WHILE HAVING FUN!

 

SEE MRS. ORTIZ IN ROOM 407 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

 

  • Tomorrow the follow Academic Supports will occur in the building. Please make it a priority to attend for all whom this applies to:
    • MCAS Math Blitz 9 am -12pm
    • PLATO Buy Back 9am – 12 pm
    • AP Math 8am – 12pm

 

Quote of the Day

“Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud” – Maya Angelo

 

Tuesday April 24, 2018 Daily Announcements

Academic:

 

 

  • If you need Accuplacer study materials, they are outside of Ms. Becker’s office. Please feel free to come up and grab one before or after school.

 

 

Sports:

  • Congratulations goes out to the varsity Softball team and Crystal Quang for there first win this season yesterday against Saint Mary’s. Our bats finally came alive with a Home Run By Daneyris Sanchez and many other girls such as Natalie Centeno and Maria Nowak with multiple hits! Maria also stepped up playing first base exceptionally well and sealing some outs! Come see the girls take on Sizer Wednesday and Abbey Kelly Friday here at home!

 

 

College or Career Prep:

 

  • A representative from Lincoln Technical Institute will be visiting North on April 26th at 9 a.m.  You must be in 11th or 12th grade to attend.  You must see GEAR UP for a pass if interested.  Teachers have final authority on if a student can miss class to attend the presentation.  Once again, please see GEAR UP for more information.

 

  • Seniors!!  You must let your Guidance Counselors know what college you have decided on and where you will be attending in the fall or what other post graduate plans you have as soon as possible.  There will be a sheet for you to sign in each Guidance Office.

 

 

  • Worcester State University is offering a summer Dual Enrollment opportunity for juniors and Seniors with a 3.0 Grade Point Average.  The course, Environmental Science begins on May 21 and runs through June 29. There is NO COST.  See your Guidance Counselor for details.

 

  • Attention Seniors:

There are numerous scholarship opportunities available to you. Please see your Guidance Counselor or Mrs. Curtis in the 318 Guidance Office for information and details. Don’t miss out on these great opportunity!!!

  1.  Price Chopper
  2. Alpha Delta Kappa – for students pursuing a degree in Education
  3. Grand Lodge Knights  Scholarship – recognizing community service
  4. the 365Z Foundation “Making a Difference with Kindness
  1. Please announce the John F. Simoncini Scholarship. Applicant or parent must be a member of the Worcester Credit Union. Please see your Guidance Counselor for the application.
  2. Massport’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion/Compliance will once again award multiple $2, 000 scholarships as a part of the “Diversity STEM Scholarship” program.

This program is open to all graduating minority high school seniors from Massport’s neighboring communities interested in pursuing a degree that could be utilized in the Transportation Industry.

Submission information and essays MUST be received by Massport no later than 5:00 PM on Friday, May 4, 2018.

 

 

 

Other:

 

  • We continue our pennies for patients/leukemia society fundraiser is still going on through next week. The money you are raising will help fund research in 7 different countries. This re4search specifically targets leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma. We are proud to be a part of that research. Please continue to donate your spare change to Pennies of Patients. Thank you for your continued support.

 

  • Attention Seniors!!

    Prom tickets will go on sale beginning this Friday in Room 413 during 4th period or afer school ONLY!

    You must have your guest present in order to purchase 2 tickets. If your guest isn’t a North High student you must have an approved form at the time of purchase.

    Prom tickets are NOT refundable and cannot be sold or transferred. If a ticket is sold or transferred it will not be valid and the ticket holder will not get into prom.

 

  • We have extend the Prom dress distribution through April 27th. This will happen Wednesday – Friday, during lunch only. Anyone interested in a dress please talk to Ms. Delgado, Ms. Latino or Mrs. Link. All dresses and accessories are FREE!!

 

  • Please support Worcester’s Book Drive. Worcester is looking to collect over 30, 000 book to distribute to children this year for summer reading. New or gently used books can be put into the donation box in each secretary office on each floor. The Book Drive will run until May 16th

 

  • The North High student council will be sponsoring the annual spring blood drive next Tuesday in the gym. Please consider signing up to donate the gift of life.  Student council representatives will be handing out appointment cards at all lunches this week.  Any student age 17 or older can donate blood, anyone 16 year olds will also need a parent permission form.

 

  • The Junior Class will be selling Krispy Kreme donuts from Monday, April 23rd- Wednesday, May 9th. They are selling a box of 12 donuts for $10. Please see a junior class officer or stop by room 411 before or after schoolto purchase donuts.

 

  • Thank you to all of the Avid & National Honor Society students who participated in W4W on April 14th. The students cleaned Blackstone Park, Major Stuart Drive, and Tom Ash field. Thank you for being a great representative of NHS!!

 

 

 

Important policy reminders:

 

  • The only bathroom open during 5th period will be on the third floor.  Students should only be using the bathroom in the cafeteria if it is their assigned lunch period.  Unless it is an emergency, students should be waiting to use the bathroom during their lunch period.

 

  • Bathrooms for 7th period:  During 7th period, the bathrooms will only be open from 1:08-1:28 (20 minutes).

 

  • No movement 7th period means no lockers, no water, no traveling to other classes

 

  • Wooden passes should only be used to access the bathrooms.  Green passes should be used for all other situations.  Only one student should be allowed out of a classroom at a time.

 

  • Please remember that the 10-10 rule must be followed at all times.  This means that students should not be leaving the classroom to go anywhere (with the exception of the nurse in emergencies) until 10 minutes after the bell rings for the start of the period and passes to leave the classroom should stop 10 minutes before the class period ends.

 

  • Any student who rides a bus must have their bus pass every day. Also, remember riding the bus is a privilege. Anyone who doesn’t follow the rules can have the privilege revoked. Please respect this rule. Also, temporary bus passes can only be fixed during 6th
  • Students are not allowed to sell candy or any other food items during the school day. This is a public health risk that could have serious repercussions. Students who are seen selling or purchasing any food or candy during the school day will face suspension. The only exception to this rule is for fundraisers supervised by a staff member during lunches

 

  • Please make sure you are following the WPS rules as it relates to cell phone usage. The use of cell phones is not permitted during the school day. Anyone who is in violation of this rule will have their cell phone taken away for the day. If it is a 1st offense you will be able to get it back at the end of the day. Any offense after that will require a parent/guardian to pick up the phone. We are asking that you please respect this rule, and help for us to provide a productive learning environment for all.