- Northside HS
4/17/23Posted by Kawen Pennington on 4/17/2023
Seniors, make sure you have signed up for the project graduation trip on June 14th. The link is in the Senior teams. The last day to sign up AND pay for the trip is May 1st. Seats are limited and we already have 2 buses that are full. Email Ms.Fountain for more information
Teachers and students, Shrek, the musical tickets are now on sale. Please email Ms. Fountain for tickets or see her during powerhour to purchase them. They are $7 in advance. $10 a the door. Don't miss out on this great show on April 28, 29th and 30th.
Keeping in line with Month of the Military child: today's military child based fact: Military-connected children move 6-9 times (and change schools) during their K-12 education, often moving every 2 to 3 years.
Students this is just a reminder that once you arrive to your 1st period class in the morning before the bell, you are not permitted to leave. If you get breakfast in the mornings, you must get it BEFORE going to your first period class. Once you are in class you must stay there and cannot visit other classes, halls, or the cafeteria.
Come out and cheer on your lacrosse team tonight. The women's lacrosse team will be playing Swansboro, start time is 7pm.
Texas A&M University-Corps of Cadets will be on an informational ZOOM call during Mrs. Martinez’s Power Hour on Wednesday. Major Hoffman of the Corps of Cadets will be available for questions after the presentation. Rising Juniors & Seniors, you are encouraged to sign up if you have a goal of being an Officer in any of the US Military branches. Visit CORPS.TAMU.EDU for information on the Corps of Cadets program. Please only sign up for Mrs. Martinez’s Power Hour on Wednesday if you are SERIOUS about joining the military after college.
Naval Horizons is a student essay contest introducing students to cutting-edge STEM topics impacting the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps through an engaging video series. Naval STEM, operating out of the Office of Naval Research, invites students to watch the videos to learn about Naval STEM challenges and the scientists and engineers tackling them. Then students are tasked to write a 500-word essay explaining how the research presented in the video and the STEM professional inspired them and their thoughts on the future of the STEM topic. Up to 5,000 winners will be selected and receive a $200 cash prize! The submission period for the contest is officially open for college and high school students who are U.S. citizens, and essays are accepted until May 29, 2023, at 11:59 PM. For full contest information: Naval Horizons Flyer