: Remember to pick up your graduation cap, gown, and tickets in the student activities office as soon as you can.
46 percent of Americans
will meet the criteria for a diagnosable mental health condition sometime in their life, and half of those people will develop conditions by the age of 14 https://www.mhanational.org/mentalhealthfacts
The first 30 students to turn in a library book today will get their choice of a full size candy bar!!
Direct Action has bought 8 backpacks
and they need your help to fill them. This donation drive will run May 4-11
. Bring items to DGN and drop them off in the bin outside of the Student Activities Office. Visit www.packthekindness.org for more information on this great organization! They need food/snacks, hand sanitizer, $10 restaurant gift cards or handmade notes of encouragement!
Come to the last Empowerment Club
meeting of the year on Tuesday, May 11th.
You may choose to attend the 7:15 a.m. meeting remotely or the 1:30 pm after school meeting in the cafeteria. We will announce our new committee leaders for next year and showcase some creative work from our members. See you there!
Attention students who registered for AP EXAMS
: check with your AP teachers for room assignments. Rooms are posted outside the guidance office and the main entrance lobby.Be sure to bring your id, #2 pencils and black or blue pens. In addition, cell phones are not allowed in the testing room.
National Nurses Week is May 6-12.
School nurses create, distribute and coordinate care plans for students who need additional physical and/or mental health support to be successful in school. They are also responsible for job duties that help the entire school population stay healthy. Given everything this year has thrown at our school in the form of the COVID-19 pandemic, there isn’t a better or more appropriate time to focus on recognizing and appreciating our incredible Health Services Department. Now more than ever, our nurses here at North are deserving of our support, respect and appreciation. Stop by their office, send them an email, or write them a note of thanks for all of the work they do every day to keep us safe and healthy!
REMINDER: Freshman, sophomore, Junior Yearbook photo proofs are available in front of Student Activities Room 101. Pick them up ASAP