Polaris Express

April 16, 2021

Returning Student Online Registration Information

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Información de registro en línea para estudiantes que regresan

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Weekly Calendar

Monday, April 19
  • ODD Classes
  • No Extended Learning Periods

Tuesday, April 20
  • Grade 9 PSAT Testing In-person 7:20 AM-11:20 AM
  • Grade 11 ISA Testing (Last Names: Lf-Z) In-person 7:20 AM-11:20 AM
  • All other students remote with asynchronous learning
  • No extended Learning Periods

Wednesday, April 21
  • EVEN Classes
  • Extended Learning Period 5 then 1

Thursday, April 22
  • ODD Classes
  • Extended Learning Period 6 then 8

Friday, April 23
  • EVEN Classes
  • Extended Learning Period 3 then 7

PTO News

Prom Volunteers Needed!

If you like to decorate, please sign up to help decorate for this year’s Senior Prom. It is going to be spectacularly themed rooms! Volunteer to help make Prom a memorable event for our seniors!

Volunteer To Decorate For Prom

Movie Night Volunteers Needed!

The Senior Celebration Committee has planned a drive-in-style movie night for the SCN class of 2021. A large screen will be set up in the North parking lot on the evening of May 15 for a movie selected by the senior class starting at 8:00 PM. The movie will immediately be followed by a PTO raffle of two large screen TVs and a fireworks display.

Movie Night Volunteers


Senior Scholarships: We received the largest number of scholarship applications this year; they are currently “out” for independent review by a panel of three members.

Senior Yard Signs: The PTO is coordinating with the CCR office to distribute Senior Yard Signs to all seniors with their cap and gown pickup. Currently, pick-up is scheduled for April 26 and April 27 during the day and April 27 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. This will ensure all seniors receive a sign and can place them wherever they choose. The signs will be available to be displayed 3 weeks earlier than in past years.

PTO Raffle: Please remind your senior to complete the survey posted in Google Classroom on the Seniors: Class of 2021 site regarding prize choices for this year's PTO Senior Raffle. This survey. We would love to hear from them!

Booster Club News

Booster Club Fundraiser

Join the Athletic Boosters as we celebrate St. Charles North's anniversary at TOPGOLF in Schaumburg on Sunday, April 18, from 2:00 - 5:00 PM. Enjoy an afternoon of family, food, and fun! All proceeds to benefit student-athletes at St. Charles North High School. All registration information and event details can be found at SCN Athletic Boosters.

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TopGolf Silent Auction

Welcome, North Stars! Whether you participate in a sport or not, the SCN Athletic Boosters encourages all North Star Families, Students, Staff, Alumni, and Friends to join in on this spectacular FUNdraiser at TopGolf in Schaumburg. Donated team baskets showcased are available to bid on starting TODAY through Sunday, April 18, at 4:00 PM. All proceeds benefiting SCN Boosters. Let the bidding begin!

SCN Booster FUNdraiser

North News

SCN Senior Prom 2021

For information about Senior Prom 2021, please click here.

SCN Senior Events 2021

There are many exciting events planned for the Class of 2021! Please click here for more information.

Spring Spirit Wear Sale!

The School Store has four upcoming tent sales, weather permitting, on April 20 & 29 and May 4 & 6. Please stop by between 3:30-5:30 PM. We have some great items available for Mother's Day, Father's Day, and April showers! We hope to see you there!

Dance Team Tryouts

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Summer School 2021

High School Summer School 2021 information is available. Click here for more information and to register for summer school.

Driver Education Summer 2021 Information

Summer Driver Education classes will be held at St. Charles North High School from June 2 through July 15. Please click on the below brochure for details. For more information, email/call Kristy Harrier at kristy.harrier@d303.org/331-228-6268.

2020-2021 Yearbook Information

Final sales for the 2020-2021 Yearbook are due by Wednesday, April 21. If you would still like to purchase a yearbook, you can do so by adding the book to your child's pushcoin account. Please ensure you are adding the 2020-2021 Yearbook and not a different year. If you aren't sure if you already made a purchase, you can check pushcoin or contact the Yearbook advisor at Lindsay.Boynton@d303.org.

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NHS & Science NHS Shady Hill Gift Card Fundraiser

Hello D303 Community! We hope this flyer finds you safe, healthy, feeling good, and getting ready to celebrate what has truly been a momentous year! In the spirit of spring and the hope that we will be able to celebrate special events like birthdays, Mother’s Day, and, as we know now, graduations, two of our honor societies have partnered with a local nursery, Shady Hill Gardens, in Elburn, IL, to offer $25 gift certificates to be used at their store. These gift cards never expire and can be used to purchase anything that Shady Hill offers in gardening and home decor throughout the year. Please use the QR code to place your order! Thanks in advance for your support!

Sophomore Student Council Fundraisers

The Sophomore Student Council class is hosting restaurant fundraisers for next year's prom. We hope you can make it to Gia Mia on April 20 and Buona Beef on April 22. Thank you for your support!

LRC News

Earth Day - April 22

On April 20-22, join the world’s leaders for Earth Day 2021. Together, we can prevent the coming disasters of climate change and environmental destruction. Together, we can Restore Our Earth™.

Here are some ways we can all help prevent climate change and the damage it will cause. Click on this link EARTHDAY.ORG for more ideas and ways you can join others to help our planet.

  • Use reusable sandwich/snack bags, eating utensils, and straws - it takes 100-1000 years for these items to break down.
  • Pick up trash when you are out walking, jogging, or at the beach. Don’t wait for someone else to do it.
  • Stop chewing gum, have a mint instead. Gum is non-biodegradable and made from the same plastics used to make car tires.
  • Buy a reusable water bottle. The production of bottled water uses 17 million barrels of oil a year. That’s slightly more than it would take to fill one million cars a year with fuel.
  • Change your diet to fight climate change, and try participating in meatless Mondays. A diet heavy in meat increases the risk of obesity, cancer, and heart disease. Raising cows, pigs and chickens — generates as much greenhouse gas emissions as all cars, trucks, and automobiles combined.

LRC Earth Day Book Recommendations

The clock is ticking for the environment, but these must-read titles will empower you with the knowledge you need to act. Find many more by clicking here at Destiny Discover.

Brave New Arctic - Mark Serreze “...puzzlement turned to concern and astonishment as researchers came to understand that the Arctic of old was quickly disappearing — with potentially devastating implications for the entire planet. Serreze - a world-renowned Arctic geographer and climatologist who has conducted fieldwork on ice caps, glaciers, sea ice, and tundra in the Canadian and Alaskan Arctic...blends invaluable insights from his own career with those of other pioneering scientists... he describes the cutting-edge science that led to the alarming conclusion that the Arctic is rapidly thawing due to climate change, that humans are to blame, and that the global consequences are immense.” Princeton University Press

The Water Will Come - Jeff Goodell “...concentrates most of his attention on the East Coast of the United States. He examines how the foundation of Miami Beach, built from scratch as a tourist destination, makes it particularly subject to destruction… how the Navy base at Norfolk and the efforts of those in charge of maintaining it, prepare for the future in a “climate denial hotspot.”[He] traveled the world to explore the possibly futile efforts to preserve Venice from rising water and to see what is occurring in the Marshall Islands, whose future as a nation looks insecure...this is a well-rounded, persuasive survey. Notes of hope about...human flexibility and ingenuity occasionally lighten some of the grimness. A frightening, scientifically grounded, and starkly relevant look at how climate change will affect coastal cities.”

District 303 News

COVID-19 Vaccine Notification

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Notificación de vacuna COVID-19

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District 303 Meal Distribution Information

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