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Daily Announcements

Daily Announcements


Monday, January 22nd, 2018


Day 1

Mon. Lunch:

Mozzarella Cheese Bites

Tomato Soup with Oyster


Baby Carrots with Dip

Spinach Salad with Dressing



Tues. Breakfast:                                                                              

Breakfast Pizza


Grape Juice


Sandwich of the Day: Sun Butter & Jelly, Chicken Salad & Egg Salad


Are you hoping to go to college after high school?  Do you want to learn skills to be a better student?  Come to the little theater during your advisory time to find out more information on how AVID can help you out.  Current 6th graders will meet on Tuesday 1/23 and current 7th graders will meet on Thursday 1/25.  Come see what AVID can do for you!!


Apollo Eagles Spring Trap Team: There will be an informational meeting at Apollo HS (Room 415) on February 8th at 7 pm.  It is for Grades 7-12, students & parents. Please attend if interested.

Students: There should be NO food or drinks outside of the cafeteria.

*Students: Prayer is at 12:11 to 12:21. Students ONLY with a prayer pass can go to prayer.  Please have your passes ready.


After school homework help & enrichment activities!!

Dreamline - Room 169

Monday – Thursday

3:30-4:30 pm



Yearbooks (pre-orders) are $20.00 and can be purchased on-line or in the school office. Quantities are limited so get your copy now!

Follow the link below to order your yearbook.


Project Wisdom

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

Leigh Hunt was an eighteenth-century English poet and writer. He was most

famous for chumming around with Byron and Shelley, two literary giants.

Now listen to a little piece of his wisdom.

We need to understand that the conduct of every person

affects, more or less, the happiness of others.

In other words, everything we do and say influences the people around us.

And even though we can't be responsible for everyone else's happiness,

we can do our best to contribute to the happiness of others.

Today, notice how the conduct of one person can affect the entire

classroom or even the entire school. Then make someone's day a little

happier with a few words of kindness or encouragement.

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