News @ North
Veteran's Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11th
KASA is selling Pepero in the morning in front of the 500 story , and during all lunches and after school so come by and buy Pepero!
Suwanee Youth Leaders Applications Are Out!
community-based, eight-month leadership program for high school students
who live in the Suwanee area. The program is open to sophomores and juniors
who attend public, private, and home-based schools and who live in the
North Gwinnett, Collins Hill and Peachtree Ridge clusters. Students must
meet preferred guidelines. SYL is meant to develop young leaders through
structured monthly educational programs and teambuilding activities. The
program culminates with hands-on community volunteer service opportunities.
For more details, please visit the homepage at
Applications are now available outside Mrs. Baker's office (918) or online
at the website above. Applications are due DECEMBER 4th
next two weeks!
Members will be around school raising money for their
goals, so please donate if you see a member.
Where does the money go?
Once we've collected everyone's profits, we use the money to buy Kroger gift
cards and give them out to families in need. Please help out fellow
Suwanee/Sugar Hill families this thanksgiving by donating!
Questions? See Coach Black in the Java Dawg.
CONGRATS TO OUR BULLDOG BLADES!
Bulldog Blade medals:
. Silver in Men's Epee - John-Michael Rios-Burrows
. Gold in Women's Epee - Danielle Mawson
. Bronze in Women's Epee - Rachael Lee
. Bronze in Men's Foil - Michael Lee
. Silver in Women's Foil - Tori Joshi
. Bronze in Women's Foil - Danielle Mawson
GO BULLDOG BLADES !!!
our rehearsal performance; the girls were a little nervous to perform for
their teachers and peers, but so appreciative to have so many fans!
The team competed at Region this past Saturday and took home 2nd place!
Again, the girls were so grateful and excited to see such a huge crowd in
the stands - thank you to everyone who made the drive.
Since we placed in the top four at Region, we are now headed to Columbus to
compete in the Sectionals competition this Friday. Making it to Columbus is
a huge accomplishment for competitive cheerleading programs, and we are
very proud of these girls and their hard work! If we place in the top eight
on Friday, then we will compete in the State Championship competition on
Thanks again for all of your support!
Varsity Competitive Team
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