Winter Track News…..

2017 – 2018 Boys and Girls Undefeated Inter High Indoor Champions

Last night, both our Boys and Girls Track Teams won the Inter High Indoor Championship with an Undefeated Season. Leading our teams from North High were:

Essence Martinez won the 1 Mile and 1000M

Robert Jackson won the High Jumpand 2nd in 55M

Kayli Fernandez was 2nd in the 300 M and 3rd in the Shot Put

Ralph Joseph won the Shot Put

Autumn Wager was 3rd in the 55 Hurdles

All 4 of our Relays placed 1st which included Autumn Wager, Adam Tarabia, Eric Shimiyiman, Benjamin Weah, Albert Poah, Mark Muturi, Robert Jackson

We are now on to the District E Indoor Championships and the Division 1 State Championship.

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daily announcements Wednesday 1/31/18

Academic:

  • Students who are enrolled in PLATO, today after school the PLATO LAB in room 331 from 2pm-3:15 pm will be open for your use.   It is highly encouraged that students on PLATO attend, as all PLATO work must be completed during this time.  Remember the PLATO lab after school is open every Wednesday and Thursday.  All Plato must be completed by May 12th

 

Sports:

 

College or Career Prep:

 

  • The Greater Worcester Community Foundation has open up the application process to apply for their scholarship. This is a HUGE opportunity. Students apply once and their application goes in to over 100 scholarship opportunities. It is all done on line. The application deadline is Monday, March 5, at 5:00 p.m. For more information see any of your guidance counselors of go onto the Greater Worcester Community Foundation website

 

 

Other:

 

  • ATTENTION SENIORS!!

You still have time to sign up to do your photo session with Lifetouch in 2 weeks here at North High. See Ms. Gonzalez in room 413 for more details.
Also, senior class shirts sale ends today.

 

  • Juniors – Worcester State University is sponsoring an African American Read-In Day on Wednesday, Feb. 7th.  The WSU Read-In is designed with the purpose of bringing Worcester State students, faculty, and staff together with high school juniors from Worcester area public schools to hear a lecture from an important voice in African American writing and culture.  Lunch is provided.  Please see GEAR UP for a permission slip if you are interested.

 

  • Reminder MCAS Tutoring for ELA, Math & Bio.  The schedule is as follows:

 

MCAS ELA Tutoring: today in room 411 (more days TBA)

MCAS Bio Tutoring: in room 228

MCAS Math Tutoring: in room 329

 

Transportation for students who stay for MCAS Tutoring is available via the 3:30pm bus and/or WRTA bus tickets.

 

  • There will be a meeting on today in room 407 for anyone interested in joining the 4Wall Handball Club @Clark University

 

  • The TED Club will be meeting after school today in Room 210. Come and learn how to develop an idea into a talk!

 

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).  Bathrooms will only be open on the 2nd and 4th floors.  Students on the 1st and 2nd floor will use the 2nd floor bathroom and students on the 3rd and 4th floor will use the 4th floor bathroom.  The 3rd floor bathroom will be closed.

 

  • 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.

 

 

 

Happy Birthday

 

  • Happy Birthday Adanna the Croc Queen from your sisters Liddy, Shaniya, Trista and all your ROTC friends!!

PM Announcement

 

  • Reminder to all teachers please lock your doors when you leave the building today.

Daily Announcements Tuesday 1/30/18

Academic:

  • Becker & Gear Up will be in the library immediately following school for college & career readiness. All seniors should attend to check on college application statuses and pick up numerous scholarships.
  • Students who are enrolled in PLATO, today after school the PLATO LAB in room 331 from 2pm-3:30pm will be open for your use.   It is highly encouraged that students on PLATO attend as all PLATO work must be completed during this time.  Remember the PLATO lab after school is open every Tuesday and Wednesday.  All Plato must be completed by May 12th

 

Sports:

 

College or Career Prep:

 

  • The Greater Worcester Community Foundation has open up the application process to apply for their scholarship. This is a HUGE opportunity. Students apply once and their application goes in to over 100 scholarship opportunities. It is all done on line. The application deadline is Monday, March 5, at 5:00 p.m. For more information see any of your guidance counselors of go onto the Greater Worcester Community Foundation website

 

 

Other:

 

 

  • ATTENTION SENIORS!!

You still have time to sign up to do your photo session with Lifetouch in 2 weeks here at North High. See Ms. Gonzalez in room 413 for more details.
Also, senior class shirts sale has been extended until January 31st.

 

 

  • Juniors – Worcester State University is sponsoring an African American Read-In Day on Wednesday, Feb. 7th.  The WSU Read-In is designed with the purpose of bringing Worcester State students, faculty, and staff together with high school juniors from Worcester area public schools to hear a lecture from an important voice in African American writing and culture.  Lunch is provided.  Please see GEAR UP for a permission slip if you are interested.

 

  • Beginning tomorrow there will be MCAS tutoring for BIO, ELA and MATH after school from 2:00-3:15pm.   Student who are staying for MCAS tutoring get priority on the afternoon school bus.  If you are a student who needs to take the MCAS it is highly recommended that you stay after in order to build upon your skills for the test.

 

  • MCAS ELA Tutoring: Tuesdays 2:00-3:15pm room 401
  • MCAS Bio Tutoring: Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays room 228
  • MCAS Math Tutoring: Tuesdays & Wednesdays 2:00-3:15pm  with Mrs. Ledoux in room 329, Thursdays 2:00-3:15pm with Mr. Turano in room 217

 

 

  • There will be a meeting on Wednesday, January 31st in room 407 for anyone interested in joining the 4Wall Handball Club @Clark University

 

  • The TED Club will be meeting after school Wednesday in Room 210. Come and learn how to develop an idea into a talk!

 

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).  Bathrooms will only be open on the 2nd and 4th floors.  Students on the 1st and 2nd floor will use the 2nd floor bathroom and students on the 3rd and 4th floor will use the 4th floor bathroom.  The 3rd floor bathroom will be closed.

 

  • 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.

 

Daily Announcements 1/25/18 Thursday

Sports:

 

  • There will be a short softball informational meeting today in room 207 immediately after school. Any student who plans on playing this coming season should attend and review try out guidelines. See Coach Kolaczyk (K) if you have any questions.

 

College or Career Prep:

 

  • The Greater Worcester Community Foundation has open up the application process to apply for their scholarship. This is a HUGE opportunity. Students apply once and their application goes in to over 100 scholarship opportunities. It is all done on line. The application deadline is Monday, March 5, at 5:00 p.m. For more information see any of your guidance counselors of go onto the Greater Worcester Community Foundation website

 

 

Other:

 

  • There is an after school bus at 3:30pm every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday after school.  This bus is priority for students who have stayed after school with teachers for extra help, MCAS tutoring, and ROTC programming.  A note from the teacher you stayed with is required.  This bus is not for students who stay after for Athletics or sport events.   Seats are limited.

 

  • All AP students must pay their test fee this month so that your test can be ordered.  No test will be ordered for students who have not paid.  Please see Mrs. Goldstein in 102E as soon as possible.

 

  • ATTENTION SENIORS!!

You still have time to sign up to do your photo session with Lifetouch in 2 weeks here at North High. See Ms. Gonzalez in room 413 for more details.
Also, Senior class shirts sale has been extended until January 31st.

 

  • There will be a meeting for students who are participating in the science fair today afterschool in Room 228.

 

 

  • Water will no longer be sold in the main office.

 

  • Students taking AP English are expected to be at the mock exam this Saturday at North High. Students must be here by 8:00am. Participation in the mock exam is a requirement for AP students

 

  • Juniors – Worcester State University is sponsoring an African American Read-In Day on Wednesday, Feb. 7th.  The WSU Read-In is designed with the purpose of bringing Worcester State students, faculty, and staff together with high school juniors from Worcester area public schools to hear a lecture from an important voice in African American writing and culture.  Lunch is provided.  Please see GEAR UP for a permission slip if you are interested.

 

  • Beginning Tuesday January 30th there will be MCAS tutoring for BIO, ELA and MATH after school from 2:00-3:15pm.   Student who are staying for MCAS tutoring get priority on the after noon school bus.  If you are a student who needs to take the MCAS it is highly recommended that you stay after in order to build upon your skills for the test.  Room locations will be announced on Tuesday.

 

  • Attention faculty and staff:

Don’t forget about our second book club meeting on Thursday, January 25 at 2:15 at Pepe’s.  We will be discussing The Round House by Louise Erdrich

 

 

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).  Bathrooms will only be open on the 2nd and 4th floors.  Students on the 1st and 2nd floor will use the 2nd floor bathroom and students on the 3rd and 4th floor will use the 4th floor bathroom.  The 3rd floor bathroom will be closed.

 

  • 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.

Daily Announcements Tuesday 1/23/18

 

 

 

Due to the Two Hour Delay…Today we will be Running on a C Day Periods 1, 4, 5, 6, 7

 

Academic:

 

  • Becker & Gear Up will be in the library immediately following school for college & career readiness. All seniors should attend to check on college application statuses and pick up numerous scholarships.

 

Sports:

 

  • There will be a short softball informational meeting this Thursday in room 207 immediately after school. Any student who plans on playing this coming season should attend and review try out guidelines. See Coach Kolaczyk (K) if you have any questions.

College or Career Prep:

 

  • The Greater Worcester Community Foundation has open up the application process to apply for their scholarship. This is a HUGE opportunity. Students apply once and their application goes in to over 100 scholarship opportunities. It is all done on line. The application deadline is Monday, March 5, at 5:00 p.m. For more information see any of your guidance counselors of go onto the Greater Worcester Community Foundation website

 

  • Wednesday, GEAR UP is hosting a FAFSA night from 6-7:30 p.m. Come and learn about the different types of financial aid and receive help filling out your FAFSA.  Please see GEAR UP prior to the event for a FAFSA prep sheet to ensure you are prepared to complete your FAFSA.

 

If you cannot attend the evening event, please see GEAR UP as soon as possible to set up a time to complete your FAFSA.  The first step to receiving money to pay for college is to complete your FAFSA!

 

Other:

 

  • Starting today there will be an after school bus at 3:30pm every Tuesday and Wednesday after school.  This bus is priority for students who have stayed after school with teachers for extra help, MCAS tutoring, and ROTC programming.  A note from the teacher you stayed with is required.  This bus is not for students who stay after for Athletics or sport events.   Seats are limited.

 

  • All AP students must pay their test fee this month so that your test can be ordered.  No test will be ordered for students who have not paid.  Please see Mrs. Goldstein in 102E as soon as possible.

 

  • ATTENTION SENIORS!!

You still have time to sign up to do your photo session with Lifetouch in 2 weeks here at North High. See Ms. Gonzalez in room 413 for more details.
Also, Senior class shirts sale has been extended until January 31st.

 

  • The GSA club will be meeting today right after school in room 107.  All students are welcome to attend.

 

 

 

 

 

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).  Bathrooms will only be open on the 2nd and 4th floors.  Students on the 1st and 2nd floor will use the 2nd floor bathroom and students on the 3rd and 4th floor will use the 4th floor bathroom.  The 3rd floor bathroom will be closed.

 

  • 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy Birthday

 

 

 

 

PM Announcement

 

  • There will be a mandatory Math League meeting this afternoon at 1:45 in Mr. Keating’s room- room 232. Please make an effort to attend so that you can sign up.

Daily Announcements Thursday 1/18/18

College or Career Prep:

 

  • The Greater Worcester Community Foundation has open up the application process to apply for their scholarship. This is a HUGE opportunity. Students apply once and their application goes in to over 100 scholarship opportunities. It is all done on line. The application deadline is Monday, March 5, at 5:00 p.m. For more information see any of your guidance counselors of go onto the Greater Worcester Community Foundation website

 

 

  • On January 24th, GEAR UP is hosting a FAFSA night from 6-7:30 p.m. Come and learn about the different types of financial aid and receive help filling out your FAFSA.  Please see GEAR UP prior to the event for a FAFSA prep sheet to ensure you are prepared to complete your FAFSA.

 

If you cannot attend the evening event, please see GEAR UP as soon as possible to set up a time to complete your FAFSA.  The first step to receiving money to pay for college is to complete your FAFSA!

 

 

Other:

 

  • All AP students must pay their test fee this month so that your test can be ordered.  No test will be ordered for students who have not paid.  Please see Mrs. Goldstein in 102E as soon as possible.

 

  • ATTENTION SENIORS!!

Senior class shirts can now be ordered in Room 413. Please have your money at the time you place the order. CASH ONLY!! Deadline for ordering is tomorrow.

Small-XL    $20

XXL +    $28

 

  • There is an after school bus at 3:30pm every Tuesday and Wednesday after school.  This bus is priority for students who have stayed after school with teachers for extra help, MCAS tutoring, and ROTC programming.  A note from the teacher you stayed with is required.  This bus is not for students who stay after for Athletics or sport events.   Seats are limited.

 

  • The GSA club will be meeting Tuesday January 23rd right after school in room 107.  All students are welcome to attend.

 

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).  Bathrooms will only be open on the 2nd and 4th floors.  Students on the 1st and 2nd floor will use the 2nd floor bathroom and students on the 3rd and 4th floor will use the 4th floor bathroom.  The 3rd floor bathroom will be closed.

 

  • 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.

 

Track news…..

On Saturday January 6th, we were honored to represent Worcester at the 24th US Army Hispanic Games at the New Balance Track & Field Center at The Armory in New York City. Although the temperatures were freezing, the competition was far from cold.
  • WT Senior Herlin Rijo Placed 16th in the 800 M with a new School Record (2:00.14)
  • The Girls 4×400 Relay of Maria Gitau, Christine Nibitanga, Shawna Thomas, Essence Martinez Placed 13th out of 30 teams. 
  • The Boys 4×200 Relay of Mark Muturi, Albert Poah, Manny Agyei, Robert Jackson Placed 37th out of 96 teams with a season record 
  • The Girls 4×200 Relay of Denise Hoxha, Kayli Fernandez, Autumn Wager, Shawna Thomas Placed 47th out of 88 teams. 
  • Robert Jackson set a personal record in the 200 M (23.47) moving into 3rd on the school record list
  • Albert Poah set a personal record in the 200 M (24.10) moving into 4th on the school record list
  • Essence Martinez set a personal record in the 400 M (63.76) placing 32 out of 201
  • Freshman Paulina Skowronska set a 200 M personal record finishing 122 out of 237 and the 15th fastest 9th grade time of the day.
  • Congratulations to Adam Tarabia, Nathaniel Felix, Lauresa Bruce  who also ran well in the 200 and 400 M.

Daily Announcements Monday 1/8/18

College or Career Prep:

 

  • The Greater Worcester Community Foundation has open up the application process to apply for their scholarships. This is a HUGE opportunity. Students apply once and their application goes in to over 100 scholarship opportunities. It is all done on line. The application deadline is Monday, March 5, at 5:00 p.m. For more information see any of your Guidance Counselors or go onto the Greater Worcester Community Foundation website at greaterworcester.org

 

Other:

 

  • All AP students must pay their test fee this month so that your test can be ordered.  No test will be ordered for students who have not paid.  Please see Mrs. Goldstein in 102E as soon as possible.

 

  • Do you have an idea worth spreading? If so you may be interested in joining the North High School TED-Ed club starting on January 10 where you will learn to develop an idea, learn presentation and speaking skills and present a talk to an audience. Stop by to see Dr. Howarth in room 210 for more information.

 

  • There will be an after school bus at 3:30pm every Tuesday and Wednesday after school.  This bus is priority for students who have stayed after school with teachers for extra help, MCAS tutoring, and ROTC programming.  A note from the teacher you stayed with is required.  This bus is not for students who stay after for Athletics or sport events.   Seats are limited.

 

 

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).  Bathrooms will only be open on the 2nd and 4th floors.  Students on the 1st and 2nd floor will use the 2nd floor bathroom and students on the 3rd and 4th floor will use the 4th floor bathroom.  The 3rd floor bathroom will be closed.

 

  • 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.

Daily Announcements 1/3/18 Wednesday

Academic:

 

  • Students who are enrolled in PLATO, today after school the PLATO LAB in room 331 from 2pm-3:30pm will be open for your use.   It is highly encouraged that students on PLATO attend as all PLATO work must be completed during this time.  Remember the PLATO lab after school is open every Tuesday and Wednesday.  All Plato must be completed by May 12th

 

  • The Guidance Department has received three new scholarship opportunities. Two are for seniors and one is for Juniors. Interested students can see Mrs. Curtis in the 318 Guidance Office for more information.

 

Sports:

 

College or Career Prep:

 

Other:

 

  • All AP students must pay their test fee this month so that your test can be ordered.  No test will be ordered for students who have not paid.  Please see Mrs. Goldstein in 102E as soon as possible.
  • Any Senior that has not received their pictures or proofs from Lifetouch and hasn’t told Ms. Gonzalez, please stop by Room 413 by the end of today.

 

  • North High Science Fair will be having a mandatory meeting after school on tomorrow in room 228.

 

  • Do you have an idea worth spreading? If so you may be interested in joining the North High School TED-Ed club starting on January 10 where you will learn to develop an idea, learn presentation and speaking skills and present a talk to an audience. Stop by to see Dr. Howarth in room 210 for more information.

 

  • There will be an after school bus at 3:30pm every Tuesday and Wednesday after school.  This bus is priority for students who have stayed after school with teachers for extra help, MCAS tutoring, and ROTC programming.  A note from the teacher you stayed with is required.  This bus is not for students who stay after for Athletics or sport events.   Seats are limited.

 

 

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).  Bathrooms will only be open on the 2nd and 4th floors.  Students on the 1st and 2nd floor will use the 2nd floor bathroom and students on the 3rd and 4th floor will use the 4th floor bathroom.  The 3rd floor bathroom will be closed.

 

  • 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.

 

WISHING MS. HOULIHAN POWERS a wonderful HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!

 

 

Daily Announcement Thursday 12/21/17

Other:

 

  • The Junior class will be selling CandyCane Grams at all three lunches today for $1. Candy Cane grams will be delivered to homerooms on Friday, December 22nd.

 

  • Do you have an idea worth spreading? If so you may be interested in joining the North High School TED-Ed club starting on January 10 where you will learn to develop an idea, learn presentation and speaking skills and present a talk to an audience. Stop by to see Dr. Howarth in room 210 for more information.

 

  • Attention seniors,

    There will be a 30 minute senior class meeting TODAY after school in the auditorium. The meeting will start promptly at 1:45!
    We will discuss all senior class events, deadlines, and yearbook orders.
    ALL seniors are encouraged to attend!
    Seniors need to go to their lockers before coming to the meeting. After the meeting you will be expected to exit the building and will not be allowed back in for any reason.

    You can now place your orders for senior class t-shirts In Room 413, cash only. Please see Ms. González for more details.

 

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).  Bathrooms will only be open on the 2nd and 4th floors.  Students on the 1st and 2nd floor will use the 2nd floor bathroom and students on the 3rd and 4th floor will use the 4th floor bathroom.  The 3rd floor bathroom will be closed.

 

  • 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.