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Wednesday February 22nd, 2017

Day 2

Band Day “O”

 

Parents and Students,

 

We will now start hosting after school detention for misconduct. After school detention will be an alternative to suspension. Students are to make it to After School Detention by 3:25pm. If you are late you will be assessed an extra day of detention. If students fail to make it to after-school-detention they will be assessed in-school-suspension.

 

ATTENTION SINGERS, DANCERS, INSTRUMENTALISTS, COMEDIANS!    Do you dream of being on stage?  Do you want to share your talents with North? Consider performing at North's Variety Show Friday, March 31!                                                                                                           Perform as a solo... make a group.... sign up to AUDITION on the sign-up page outside Mr. Mitchell's room (254).  Auditions will be held Feb 27-March 7, before and after school.

 

FOOD DRIVE!   Eagles Act is conducting a short Food Drive February 22-24 to benefit area community members in need.  Please bring in non-perishable food items such as canned meats or soups, and boxed pastas or cereals.  How many items can your homeroom collect?  We will try to fill the Media Center tops on February 24.

 

Any 7th or 8th grade student interested in joining a Clay Target Club we have registration packets and informational forms in the office.  Practices will be on Saturdays at 2:00 and will start later in March.  This is a great spring sport and the fastest growing sport in Minnesota.  Stop in the office for forms or see Mr. Gritman or Mr. Shelstad if questions.

 

Draw for Art Contest #2

Theme: Inspired by Eyes

Some people say the eyes are the windows to the soul.  Create a piece of art that is inspired by eyes.  You may use crayon, colored pencil, marker, graphite, charcoal, watercolor, oil pastel, acrylic…or any other medium you can think of.

Extra entry forms are found at the main office.  Also, drop off your entry at the main office.

 

Homework Club will now be in room 269 on Mondays and Wednesdays. Any questions, see Ms. Brittany!

 

ART FORMS ARE HERE!

Sign up to be a part of the afterschool art program.   If you are worried about the cost, please talk to your counselor!

Registration forms are available in the front office. There are 5 classes available, read your forms carefully as the options have changed. 

 

*Art Cohort (Mondays) You must have participated in art club and art studio in a prior session

*Art Club (Mondays)

*Art Club (Tuesdays)

*Art Studio (Wednesdays)  You must have participated in art club in a prior session

*Art Studio Add-on(Fridays)

 

All registration forms are due by Wednesday February 22nd!

Talk to Ms. Bautch or Ms. Angelina with questions. 

 

There will be a Track information meeting on March 3rd during Homeroom in the Little Theater.  If you are interested, please plan to attend.  The Baseball and Softball meeting are to be announced. Thank you


Girls Soccer Grades 6-8

Come on Saturdays starting this Saturday February 4th to March 25th at 8:30-9:30 am for indoor soccer.  We will play three 20 minute games.  Cost is $2.00.  Come and improve your skills.  Come and you can bring a friend!

 

2017 Youth Volleyball Clinic

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"Gentleness, self-sacrifice, and generosity are the

exclusive possession of no one race or religion." - Mahatma Gandhi

Be Generous

#11 

Student Leadership Council

 

Project Wisdom

Good morning, North Junior High.  Here are a few words of wisdom.

Carrie Saxon Perry, former mayor of Hartford, Connecticut, was the first female African-American mayor of a major U.S. city. Her role models were the women in her family . . . women she considered strong . . . her mother, her grandmother, and her aunt. When she was young, they taught her to persevere . . . not to give up in the face of failure, to keep trying, and, if necessary, to try again.

Their words of encouragement inspired Ms. Perry to overcome racism and poverty and to become a powerful, effective leader in the community.

The Japanese share this same wisdom when they say:

Fall seven times, stand up the eighth time.

Today, ask yourself if you are letting anything keep you down. If the answer is yes, get up and get on with it!

Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.

 

Wed. Lunch:                                           Thurs. Breakfast:

Fish Sandwich on a WG Bun                     Variety Muffins            

With Lettuce, Tomato, Tartar Sauce           Apple                        

Roasted Diced Sweet Potatoes                   Grape Juice

Spinach Salad with Dressing                      

Mandarin Oranges/Trail Mix                                                                                                                                                                                                           

 

Sandwich of the day:  Sun Butter & Jelly, Ham, Egg Salad, & Tuna Salad




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