The Northside Monthly News

February Newsletter

PROJECT GRADUATION

Project Graduation Reverse Raffle – Friday, March 10th - $5,000 Grand Prize - $50 a ticket – Admits 2 - Jacksonville Country Club – 7:00 p.m. 1st ticket drawn wins $250; every 50th ticket drawn wins $100.


Heavy hors d’oeuvres – Call 455-4868, Ext. 37019 or email: nelle.altmanboyce@onslow.k12.nc.us for more information and to reserve your ticket.


Please support our Seniors or we will not be able to provide them with this fun filled night as we have for our previous classes!

Spotlight Student

Bailey Sullivan was named the January PBIS Student of the Month.

Spotlight Staff

Olie Sanders was named the January PBIS Staff member of the Month.

Spotlight Staff

David Cox PBIS December Spotlight Teacher

Spotlight Student

Hope Calixte PBIS December Spotlight Student

CTE CERTIFICATIONS

Radius - STEM Math & Coding

  • Jaden Adams

  • Jaci Cooper

  • Jaeden Elam

  • Tamara Ellis

  • Tyson Frame

  • Justin Genao

  • Jarus Helgenberger

  • Madison Johnson

  • Cameron Jones

  • Scott Miller

  • Deandrae Mitchell

  • Anthony Moisa

  • Shemar Moore

  • Mateo Navar

  • david osorio

  • Ethan Pettit

  • Roan Potter

  • Miguel Segura

  • Jaila Smith

  • Emily Sonnier

  • Jacob Spence

  • Madison Summerville

  • Joel Vega

  • Velyz Zafra

Microsoft Word 2013 Certified

  • Finch, Sean

  • Hernandez, Jeremiah

  • Hollis, Hazel

  • Johnson, Connor

  • Kirk, Jackson

  • Lynn, Jessica

  • Miller, Austin

  • Parker, Kyra

  • Persampieri, Irene

  • Pettit, Kira

  • Rosario, Gabriel

  • Santariga, Corinna

  • Schwartz, Robert

  • Spicer, Lorisa

  • Stewart, Alexander

  • Walker, India

  • Zafra, Velyz

  • Ayala, Maria

  • Battle, Aaliyah

  • Carroll, Jaylen

  • Hadley, Donovan

  • Howell, Marvier

  • Howze, Darius

  • Katanga, Genny

  • Lancaster, Morgan

  • Ouellette, Ireland

  • Reed, Da'Lisa

  • Rios, Alyssa

  • Schaefer, Eric

  • Vasquez, Joshua

  • Willoughby, Kyle

  • Wilson, Jackia

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Certified

  • Bussey, Juron

  • Finch, Sean

  • Hernandez, Jeremiah

  • Hollis, Hazel

  • Jackson, Jayden

  • Johnson, Connor

  • Kirk, Jackson

  • Lopez, Jasmine

  • Luna, Nehemiah

  • Lynn, Jessica

  • Miller, Austin

  • Parker, Kyra

  • Persampieri, Irene

  • Pettit, Kira

  • Santariga, Corinna

  • Schwartz, Robert

  • Stewart, Alexander

  • Thompson, Kallie

  • Walker, India

  • Zafra, Velyz

  • Ayala, Maria

  • Battle, Aaliyah

  • Carroll, Jaylen

  • Hadley, Donovan

  • Howell, Marvier

  • Howze, Darius

  • Jaco, Christopher

  • Katanga, Genny

  • Lancaster, Morgan

  • Mewborn, Teriana

  • Ouellette, Ireland

  • Reed, Da'Lisa

  • Reyes, David

  • Rios, Alyssa

  • Schaefer, Eric

  • Vasquez, Joshua

  • Willoughby, Kyle

  • Wilson, Jackia

Microsoft Excel 2013 Certified

  • Ahmad, Ferass

  • Antipolo, Beaver

  • Brown, Danysia

  • Bryant, Jazmyne

  • Burns, James

  • Carr, Keelea

  • Carter, Marque

  • Cooper, Jaci

  • Diuguid, Nathaniel

  • Henderson, Mikayla

  • McKoy, Leiyah

  • Rodriguez, Michael

  • Sitton, Christopher

  • Spence, Jacob

  • Thomas, Jalen

  • Van Liew, Terry

  • White, Jordan

Microsoft Access 2013 Certified

  • Ahmad, Ferass

  • Brown, Danysia

  • Bryant, Jazmyne

  • Burns, James

  • Carr, Keelea

  • Carter, Marque

  • Centeno, Sebastian

  • Cooper, Jaci

  • Diuguid, Nathaniel

  • McKoy, Leiyah

  • Rodriguez, Michael

  • Spence, Jacob

Visual Design using Adobe Photoshop

  • Shariesa Taylor

  • Akexander Willie

  • Brennon Mathis

  • David Dixon

  • Chase Neagle

  • Emmit Stafford

Print & Digital Media Publication using Adobe InDesign

  • Shariesa Taylor

  • Akexander Willie

  • Brennon Mathis

  • David Dixon

  • Chase Neagle

Graphic Design & Illustration using Adobe Illustrator

  • Shariesa Taylor

  • Akexander Willie

  • Brennon Mathis

  • David Dixon

Adobe Visual Design Specialist

  • Shariesa Taylor

  • Akexander Willie

  • Brennon Mathis

  • David Dixon

OCS Mobile APP

Parents in Onslow County have a closer link to what is happening in their child’s school.

The school district rolled its mobile application in April 2016. This app simplifies and personalizes information that OCS parents, staff and community members can access on-the-go.

The app is part of SchoolMessenger, the school’s web host provider. It is available for download, and is free, at the App Store and at Google Play. The app pulls information from the district website, school sites and social media feeds in order to keep information current. Users have the ability to customize the app so they only see information for the schools they are interested in. Through the app parents will also be able to access the Parent Portal, Student Portal, and alerts.

This is just one more way parents can stay up to date with news from their child’s school including the school menu, upcoming events and other information, and it can be downloaded free. The app aggregates messages and calendar dates from the district as well as selected schools, so parents can now access both system and school information in one place. Our parents with students in multiple schools can get the latest news from all locations in a single app.


“We are constantly working to enhance transparency and collaboration with our stakeholders, and this is an additional tool to support communication flow,” Superintendent Rick Stout said.


“We hope you will download the free app today.”

STEM ROARs

From getting into college to getting a job, leadership and volunteer experience is a requirement for getting ahead. Northside's Advanced Applied STEM Career Academy students have partnered with the Onslow County Public Library by facilitating the OCPL's Lego my Library events held at the Main Library Branch at 58 Doris Ave East. Lego My Library is for children grades K-5, where children are invited to express their creativity and show their Lego building techniques, from simple to advanced. If you are interested in bringing your little one, please bring your imagination and have fun building with Legos, Duplos and other building materials. The next Lego my library event will be on March 10th at 4 pm.

National Society of Black Engineers Jr.

The National Society of Black Engineers Jr. (NSBE Jr.) program is designed to stimulate the interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields, or STEM. The goal is to encourage students in grades K–12 to attend college and pursue technical degrees. Our NSBE Jr. program provides activities to help students discover firsthand how engineering and technology relate to the world around them and discover the excitement of academic excellence, leadership, technical development and teamwork.

Participate in NSBE Jr.’s programs by becoming a NSBE Jr member. NSBE Jr membership is available to all students in grades 6-12. Membership is only $5, but the level of exposure to engineering is priceless. We encourage you to participate with our chapter. We meet once a month in Mrs. Cobb's STEM Lab, room 906. Our next meeting is February 28th, 6:00-7:30pm. Every meeting is packed with valuable information, fun activities, and free food.

Dance

Northside's Dancing Royals competed at the Spririt Solutions Liberty Classic Cheer and Dance Competition in Fayetteville, NC on January 21, 2017. The Dancing Royals are Northside's first dance team. At the competion they performed a jazz routine choreographed by Coach Reeves. The Royals won first place in their division and they beat seven other dance teams, who performed hip-hop and pom and were from private allstar cheer gyms, to take home the Dance Grand Champion Title. Their first place win and Grand Champion title qualified them for the US Finals (nationals) in Virginia Beach, VA. Congratulations to the Royals: Allyssa Beatty-Kirkland (senior), Jasmine Benjamin (sophomore), Madison Bingham (freshman), Jennifer de la Guardia (senior), Iyanna Duncan (junior), Brooke Gruber (junior), Re'NiQua Hayes (junior), Destini Malone (senior), Zaire Montieth (senior and Captain), Tiera Negron (junior), Aziyah Oates (junior), Sienna Sanchez (junior and co-captain), Sherita Sheppard (junior), Alexandria Taylor-Steele (junior), and Leona Wilson (freshman).

Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins – April 28-30 – Northside High School Auditorium - Performances at 7:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights; 3:00 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. Tickets go on sale March 1st. ALL RESERVED SEATS - $5.00 advance/$7.00 door

Stanadyne Presentation

Stanadyne visit to Mrs. Cobb's STEM students

Key Club Fundraiser

Key club held a fundraiser with LuLaRoe Stephanie Cain to fund three students to attend a leadership conference in Raleigh this March.

Science National Honor Society

Science National Honor Society members spent their Saturday volunteering at the Onslow County Elementary Science Olympiad Competition. The event hosted 19 teams from across the county who competed in events like Blast Off, Data Crunches, and Marshmallow Catapult. North Carolina Science Olympiad invites students at all levels to put their brains to the test by competing in building, testing, and measuring events across different science disciplines. The Northside High School Science Olympiad team will compete in the Eastern Regional Competition at Lenoir Community College in Kinston on Saturday March 18th.

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Guidance Corner

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$cholorships and Applications

Currently, Coastal is accepting applications and interest forms for seniors interested in the Industrial Technology Programs set to begin Fall 2017. The programs include:


Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology

Architectural Technology

Automotive Systems Technology

Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology

Diesel & Heavy Equipment Technology

Electrical Systems Technology

Electronics Engineering Technology

Welding Technology

Social Worker

Hello

Meet Ms. Renee Jones, School Social Worker with Onslow County Schools. She serves Jacksonville Commons Elementary School, Jacksonville Commons Middle School and Northside High School. School Social Workers are trained mental health professionals with a degree in social work who provide services related to students’ social, emotional, and life adjustment to school and society. We are licensed by the Department of Public Instruction to work in the school environment. One of the primary roles of a School Social Worker is to provide outreach services to the homes; thus establishing a relationship between the home and school and serving as a link between the two, working with parents, guardians, teachers, and other school officials to ensure students reach their academic and personal potential. We analyze barriers to learning and achievement and develop and implement strategies to address and eliminate identified barriers to student learning. School Social Workers focus on consultation and collaboration with school staff to promote understanding and effective utilization of resources and services. School Social Workers help students increase academic success, improve interpersonal relationships, cope with crisis situations, learn problem-solving skills, improve attendance and build self-esteem. Jacksonville Commons Elementary is Ms. Jones base school.


Should you need her services, please do not hesitate to contact her at JCE.


Jacksonville Commons Elementary School 910-347-1056 ext. 32015


Jacksonville Commons Middle School 910-346-6888 ext. 33009


Northside High School 910-455-4868 ext. 37093


Cell 910-358-0325

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Northside Athletics

JV GIRLS BASKETBALL

Our JV girls basketball team finished 12-5 with a conference record of 6-2. Their solid conference play earned the girls a second place finish in the ECC.

Athletics Department

Do you want to know where to go to get the latest news and happenings, photos, videos and much more on Northside Athletics? Follow the official Facebook page for Northside High School Athletics by clicking the link: https://www.facebook.com/NorthsideMonarchAthletics/