Daily Announcements Thursday 12/7/17

Academic:

  • Tutoring for Algebra I is available TODAY afterschool on in Rm 307 with Mr. Coppolino from1:45 until 2:45.  Students who need to improve their Algebra I grade are highly encouraged to attend!

Sports:

College or Career Prep:

 

  • All students interested in taking English 101 through Quinsigamond Community College should stop in to 318 to see Mr. O’Connell.  All applicants will need to meet the qualifying score on the AccuPlacer test, if you have not already done so.

 

  • Attention Juniors and Seniors:

Worcester State University is proud to offer college-level courses to Worcester public high school students. This opportunity will sharpen academic skills while giving high school students the chance to experience college life, and earn college credit. Classes are offered during the spring semester, January 16 through May 8, 2018 (no classes during WSU’s Spring Break: March 19-24). There is no cost to the student—tuition, books, and fees are included.

 

Students must be juniors or seniors and have a 3.0 GPA or better. Applications are due December 20, 2017. Interested students should see their Guidance Counselors for details. (Mallaghan)

 

Other:

 

  • National Honor Society members must stop by room 207 and sign up for the Toys for Tots volunteering opportunity ASAP. We have 3 shifts on December 10th that are available. Don’t miss this volunteering opportunity! All members must complete at least 33 hours of community service with half from outside of the building and working in the community! We are lucky to have been approved for this day, I hope to see many of your there. (Kolaczyk)

 

  • Attention Students:

Come join the fun at Roll on America on Thursday, December 14th from 4-8pm.

The trip is sponsored by the Junior and Sophomore classes.

Cost of Trip is $25.00 and transportation is provided.

Tickets also include food, roller-skating, and laser tag!!!!

This trip is first come first served, and there are only 30 spots!

Permission slips are available in 301 or 411.

Deadline to turn in permission slips is Tuesday, December 12th, 2017. (Acheampong)

  • If any student is having difficulty accessing their portal please see Mrs. Becker at your lunch.
  • If anyone is interested in attending the Mt. Wachusett College Healthcare Expo, it is on Thursday, Dec. 14th from 4:45pm-7:00pm. Please see GEAR UP for details. If enough students are interested, a bus may become available but we need to know by this Friday in order to schedule it.

 

  • Reminder for teachers:
    • 2 Interim Grading will open today after 3:00 p.m.  Grades must be submitted on or before Friday, December 15th no later than 12:00 p.m.

 

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.
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Daily Announcements Tuesday 12/5/17

College or Career Prep:

 

  • Mrs Becker & Gear Up will be in the library immediately following school today for the college & career readiness program. All seniors should be attending to finish applications, working on Financial aid, & researching scholarships.
  • All students interested in taking English 101 through Quinsigamond Community College should stop in to 318 to see Mr. O’Connell.  All applicants will need to meet the qualifying score on the AccuPlacer test, if you have not already done so.

 

  • Attention Juniors and Seniors:

Worcester State University is proud to offer college-level courses to Worcester public high school students. This opportunity will sharpen academic skills while giving high school students the chance to experience college life, and earn college credit. Classes are offered during the spring semester, January 16 through May 8, 2018 (no classes during WSU’s Spring Break: March 19-24). There is no cost to the student—tuition, books, and fees are included.

 

Students must be juniors or seniors and have a 3.0 GPA or better. Applications are due December 20, 2017. Interested students should see their Guidance Counselors for details. (Mallaghan)

 

 

Other:

 

 

  • The annual Lip Sync contest is less than one month away. The student council is now recruiting acts. Please register in room 404 afterschool Wednesday, December 6th or see Mr. Marzilli for additional information.

 

 

  • National Honor Society members must stop by room 207 and sign up for the Toys for Tots volunteering opportunity ASAP. We have 3 shifts on December 10th that are available. Don’t miss this volunteering opportunity! All members must complete at least 33 hours of community service with half from outside of the building and working in the community! We are lucky to have been approved for this day, I hope to see many of your there. (Kolaczyk)

 

 

 

  • Attention Students:

Come join the fun at Roll on America on Thursday, December 14th from 4-8pm.

The trip is sponsored by the Junior and Sophomore classes.

Cost of Trip is $25.00 and transportation is provided.

Tickets also include food, roller-skating, and laser tag!!!!

This trip is first come first served, and there are only 30 spots!

Permission slips are available in 301 or 411.

Deadline to turn in permission slips is Tuesday, December 12th, 2017. (Acheampong)

 

Important policy reminders:

 

  • During 5th period the bathroom on the 3rd floor will be open. Students who have a bathroom pass during that time will not be allowed to use the bathroom in the cafeteria, they should be directed to use the bathroom on the 3rd
  • During 7th period there will be no motion. Therefore no passes should be given out during this time. We encourage all students to use the bathrooms during their lunch.
  • 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 BrianLe from all your friends

 

  • Happy 48th Birthday to Brodin. Don’t let aging get you down, pretty soon it will be too hard for you to get back up. Enjoy your special day

Daily Announcements Monday 12/4/17

North High School Daily Announcements   Monday, December 4th D Day

College or Career Prep:

  • Attention Juniors and Seniors:

Worcester State University is proud to offer college-level courses to Worcester public high school students. This opportunity will sharpen academic skills while giving high school students the chance to experience college life, and earn college credit. Classes are offered during the spring semester, January 16 through May 8, 2018 (no classes during WSU’s Spring Break: March 19-24). There is no cost to the student—tuition, books, and fees are included.

 

Students must be juniors or seniors and have a 3.0 GPA or better. Applications are due December 20, 2017. Interested students should see their Guidance Counselors for details. (Mallaghan)

 

Other:

 

  • The annual Lip Sync contest is less than one month away. The student council is now recruiting acts. Please register in room 404 afterschool Wednesday, December 6th or see Mr. Marzilli for additional information.

National Honor Society members must stop by room 207 and sign up for the Toys for Tots volunteering opportunity ASAP. We have 3 shifts on December 10th that are available. Don’t miss this volunteering opportunity! All members must complete at least 33 hours of community service with half from outside of the building and working in the community! We are lucky to have been approved for this day, I hope to see many of your there. (Kolaczyk)

  • Attention Students:

Come join the fun at Roll on America on Thursday, December 14th from 4-8pm.

The trip is sponsored by the Junior and Sophomore classes.

Cost of Trip is $25.00 and transportation is provided.

Tickets also include food, roller-skating, and laser tag!!!!

This trip is first come first served, and there are only 30 spots!

Permission slips are available in 301 or 411.

Deadline to turn in permission slips is Tuesday, December 12th, 2017. (Acheampong)

Important policy reminders:

  • 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 11/28/17

 

 

Sports:

  • Congratulations to junior Uriah Kemoh and to senior captain Kwaku Saforo for being named central mass football division 5 all-stars for the 2017 season.

 

College or Career Prep:

 

  • North High will be hosting the Massachusetts College Application Celebration! (MCAC) event this Thursday, November 30 in our library. MCAC encourages students to take a significant step toward college by providing assistance and building excitement for the college application process. Our goal is to give every graduating senior the opportunity to complete at least one application by the conclusion of the event. Representatives from several local colleges will be here to take applications, talk to seniors and provide information on financial aid. (Mallaghan)

 

  • Attention Juniors and Seniors:

Worcester State University is proud to offer college-level courses to Worcester public high school students. This opportunity will sharpen academic skills while giving high school students the chance to experience college life, and earn college credit. Classes are offered during the spring semester, January 16 through May 8, 2018 (no classes during WSU’s Spring Break: March 19-24). There is no cost to the student—tuition, books, and fees are included.

 

Students must be juniors or seniors and have a 3.0 GPA or better. Applications are due December 20, 2017. Interested students should see their Guidance Counselors for details. (Mallaghan)

 

  • Would the members of the Young Men of Today: Medical Professionals of Tomorrow please stop by 318 for a permission slip for your next event?  The form must be returned by this Friday. (O’Connell)

 

  • Becker and Gear Up will be in the library immediately following school today for college & career readiness. All seniors need to attend to (1) finish up applications (2) get scholarship info. If you can’t make it this afternoon, see Mrs. Becker and get a pass to see her at lunch. See you all later today!
  • Attention freshmen.  The deadline for Upward Bound applications is Thursday.

Please return completed applications to Mr. Coppolino in 301 by the end of the

day on Thursday – late applications will not be accepted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other:

  • All students interested in attending the Biomedical Science Careers Student Conference in Boston on April 7th, please see Mr. O’Connell in 318 for information.  The application deadline is fast-approaching. (O’Connell)

 

  • Picture retakes day will be on Friday, December 1st, for any student who missed the first picture day.

 

  • New Lunch Schedule

Effective 11/27/17

 

1st Lunch- 4th floor, room 22, room 115, room 125

 

2nd Lunch- 2nd floor, gym, room 8, room 212, room 106

 

3rd Lunch- 3rd floor, rooms 111, room 113, room 107

 

*The lunch Schedule will rotate every 13 weeks

 

  • The annual Lip Sync contest is less than one month away. The student council is now recruiting acts. Please register in room 404 afterschool either Wednesday, November 29th or Wednesday, December 6th or see Mr. Marzilli for additional information.

 

 

Important policy reminders:

 

  • 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 Monday 11/27/17

Announcements

Monday, November 27th E Day

 

Sports:

  • Congratulations to the varsity football team for their 47-6 victory over south to finish the season 6-5.  Javon Torres rushed for 3 touchdowns and threw a 4th to Kwaku Saforo.  Mark Maturi also rushed for a touchdown.  Uriah Kemoh rushed for 140 yards and 2 touchdowns, kicked 3 extra points, and caught a 2 point conversion to be named the game’s MVP

 

  • Boys who are interested in trying out for the basketball team will have tryouts today.
  • Freshman 4:30-6
  • JV/Varsity 6-7:30pm

 

College or Career Prep:

 

  • North High will be hosting the Massachusetts College Application Celebration! (MCAC) event on Thursday, November 30 in our library. MCAC encourages students to take a significant step toward college by providing assistance and building excitement for the college application process. Our goal is to give every graduating senior the opportunity to complete at least one application by the conclusion of the event. Representatives from several local colleges will be here to take applications, talk to seniors and provide information on financial aid. (Mallaghan)
  • Attention Juniors and Seniors:

 

Worcester State University is proud to offer college-level courses to Worcester public high school students. This opportunity will sharpen academic skills while giving high school students the chance to experience college life, and earn college credit. Classes are offered during the spring semester, January 16 through May 8, 2018 (no classes during WSU’s Spring Break: March 19-24). There is no cost to the student—tuition, books, and fees are included.

 

Students must be Juniors or seniors and have a 3.0 GPA or better. Applications are due December 20, 2017. Interested students should see their Guidance Counselors for details. (Mallaghan)

 

Other:

  • All students interested in attending the Biomedical Science Careers Student Conference in Boston on April 7th, please see Mr. O’Connell in 318 for information.  The application deadline is fast-approaching. 

 

  • Today is the last day to submit entry form for all students who are interested in entering their poems in the MLK Jr. Poetry contest. If you are interested contest entry forms are available in room 109 and all guidance offices.
  • Picture retakes day will be on Friday, December 1st, for any student who missed the first picture day.

 

  • New Lunch Schedule

Effective 11/27/17

 

1st Lunch- 4th floor, room 22, room 115, room 125

 

2nd Lunch- 2nd floor, gym, room 8, room 212, room 106

 

3rd Lunch- 3rd floor, rooms 111, room 113, room 107

 

*The lunch Schedule will rotate every 13 weeks

 

 

Important policy reminders:

 

  • Any student who rides a bus pass 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 Daily Announcements Tuesday 11/21/17

PM Announcements

 

·         Thank you to all those who participated in the Junior Class Fall Raffle. Congratulations to our raffle winners: James Truong, Kardiel Santana, and our Custodian Carlos.

 

·         All students interested in attending the Biomedical Science Careers Student Conference in Boston on April 7th, please see Mr. O’Connell in 318 for information.  The application deadline is fast-approaching. 

 

·         Reminder the last wellness meeting for the entire school year will be immediately after school in the gym.  This is the final meeting and last opportunity for any student interested in both winter and spring athletics.  No student will be allowed to try out for any winter or spring sport unless they previously signed up and attended a wellness meeting.

 

·         Immediately following the wellness meeting there will be a mandatory girl’s basketball meeting in the gym

·         Mrs. Becker & Gear Up will be in the library immediately following school for the college & career readiness program.

Daily Announcements Tuesday 11/21/17…Have a Great Turkey Day Break!!!

Announcements

Monday, November 21st D Day

Sports:

 

  • The last wellness meeting for the entire school year will be today immediately after school in the gym.  This is the final meeting and last opportunity for any student interested in both winter and spring athletics.  No student will be allowed to try out for any winter or spring sport unless they previously signed up and attended the Sep 6 Wellness meeting or attends Tuesday Nov 21st.  Again last wellness meeting for any student interested in winter and spring sports, there will be no further additional wellness meetings this school year.

 

  • Immediately following the wellness meeting there will be a mandatory girl’s basketball meeting in the gym. You will meet Coach Luster to receive necessary paperwork and learn of the expectations to participate in girls’ basketball team this winter season. Again girls’ basketball meeting Tuesday Nov 21st immediately after the wellness meeting in the gym.  Thank you

 

College or Career Prep:

 

  • Becker & Gear Up will be in the library immediately following school for the college & career readiness program. Deadlines are fast approaching for you all. New scholarship info will also be available. If you are unavailable to attend today’s session but need help, you can see Mrs. Becker during your lunch only. Please see her in the am for a pass.

 

  • North High will be hosting the Massachusetts College Application Celebration! (MCAC) event on Thursday, November 30 in our library. MCAC encourages students to take a significant step toward college by providing assistance and building excitement for the college application process. Our goal is to give every graduating senior the opportunity to complete at least one application by the conclusion of the event. Representatives from several local colleges will be here to take applications, talk to seniors and provide information on financial aid. (Mallaghan)
  • Attention Juniors and Seniors:

 

Worcester State University is proud to offer college-level courses to Worcester public high school students. This opportunity will sharpen academic skills while giving high school students the chance to experience college life, and earn college credit. Classes are offered during the spring semester, January 16 through May 8, 2018 (no classes during WSU’s Spring Break: March 19-24). There is no cost to the student—tuition, books, and fees are included.

 

Students must be Juniors or seniors and have a 3.0 GPA or better. Applications are due December 20, 2017. Interested students should see their Guidance Counselors for details. (Mallaghan)

Other:

 

  • The MLK Jr. Youth Breakfast Committee invites students to participate in the poetry contest. Students could brainstorm and draft their poems as part of classroom work or as an independent assignment. We kindly ask teachers to make sure students clearly follow the guidelines.

 

Schools and teachers are encouraged to submit as many poems as they deem appropriate. Submission must follow the guidelines and be accompanied by the poetry entry form and be received by Monday November 27, 2017

 

Contest entry forms are available in room 109 and all guidance offices. Any questions please email Gertrude Addo at gaddo@worcester.edu or call 508-929-8049

 

  • Picture retakes day will be on Friday, December 1st, for any student who missed the first picture day.

 

Important policy reminders:

 

  • Any student who rides a bus pass 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 to Eileen from all of your friends. We hope you have an amazing day

North High John & Abigail Adams Scholarship Breakfast!!!

North High John & Abigail Adams Scholarship breakfast. The breakfast was  great, and appreciate by the recipients and their families! Thank you ALL for making this possible!

Way to go FAITH!!!!

Mrs. Becker and some of her “Magic 25”!!!

YAY!!!!

Nice Job Nancy!!!!

Future North Students!!!

Way to work hard!!! What an accomplishment!!!

Daily Announcements Friday 11/17/17

Announcements

Friday, November 17th B Day

Sports:

 

  • The last wellness meeting for the entire school year will be next Tuesday Nov 21 immediately after school in the gym.  This is the final meeting and last opportunity for any student interested in both winter and spring athletics.  No student will be allowed to try out for any winter or spring sport unless they previously signed up and attended the Sep 6 Wellness meeting or attends Tuesday Nov 21st.  Again last wellness meeting for any student interested in winter and spring sports, there will be no further additional wellness meetings this school year.

 

  • Immediately following the wellness meeting there will be a mandatory girl’s basketball meeting in the gym. You will meet Coach Luster to receive necessary paperwork and learn of the expectations to participate in girls’ basketball team this winter season. Again girls’ basketball meeting Tuesday Nov 21st immediately after the wellness meeting in the gym.  Thank you

 

 

College or Career Prep:

 

  • North High will be hosting the Massachusetts College Application Celebration! (MCAC) event on Thursday, November 30 in our library. MCAC encourages students to take a significant step toward college by providing assistance and building excitement for the college application process. Our goal is to give every graduating senior the opportunity to complete at least one application by the conclusion of the event. Representatives from several local colleges will be here to take applications, talk to seniors and provide information on financial aid. (Mallaghan)
  • Attention Juniors and Seniors:

 

Worcester State University is proud to offer college-level courses to Worcester public high school students. This opportunity will sharpen academic skills while giving high school students the chance to experience college life, and earn college credit. Classes are offered during the spring semester, January 16 through May 8, 2018 (no classes during WSU’s Spring Break: March 19-24). There is no cost to the student—tuition, books, and fees are included.

 

Students must be Juniors or seniors and have a 3.0 GPA or better. Applications are due December 20, 2017. Interested students should see their Guidance Counselors for details. (Mallaghan)

 

Other:

 

  • The MLK Jr. Youth Breakfast Committee invites students to participate in the poetry contest. Students could brainstorm and draft their poems as part of classroom work or as an independent assignment. We kindly ask teachers to make sure students clearly follow the guidelines.

 

Schools and teachers are encouraged to submit as many poems as they deem appropriate. Submission must follow the guidelines and be accompanied by the poetry entry form and be received by Monday November 27, 2017

 

Contest entry forms are available in room 109 and all guidance offices. Any questions please email Gertrude Addo at gaddo@worcester.edu or call 508-929-8049

  • The Junior Class will be holding a Fall Raffle during all lunches today. You could win a Dunkin and Donuts gift card, McDonald’s gift card, or a candy bowl! Tickets are only 50 cents; so don’t forget to get your tickets! (Acheampong)

 

  • Picture retakes day will be on Friday, December 1st, for any student who missed the first picture day.

 

  • Today we will host a breakfast for all the student who received the John and Abigail Adams Scholars from North High. This is a great accomplishment and we look forward to celebrating with you. During this time the cafeteria will be closed. Please plan accordingly when going to your classes.

 

 

Important policy reminders:

 

  • Any student who rides a bus pass 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 Announcements

  • Congratulations to the 45 students who were honored today during breakfast for their achievement of receiving the John and Abigail Adams Scholars from North High. This is an amazing accomplishment.
  • Reminder:
    • You must have a bus pass in order to ride the bus each day