Raider Nation News

Volume 3 Ed. 9

Honoring our Veterans for their Service

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Raider Nation in Raider Valley

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Message from Bob Carnaroli

Raider Nation,


As you can see from the newsletter, Raider Nation is thriving across the board. It's exciting to be part of all the excellence and witness our students perform and compete. None of this is possible without the dedication and support of our staff, students, and most of all the families. Hard work and doing the right things consistently eventually pay off for those willing to keep at it. That is and has been a NFHS "trademark". There are so many life lessons learned from being part of a team, group, and working individually at being your very best. I am so proud of my staff for guiding our wonderful students in following their passions and pursuits to their fullest potential.


My best thoughts and wishes to all our Raider Families as we head into Thanksgiving Break.


Continue to follow us on:

Principal Bob Carnaroli Twitter

North Forsyth HS Website

North Forsyth HS Facebook

North Forsyth HS Twitter

North Forsyth HS Instagram

North Forsyth HS Counseling Instagram

North Forsyth HS Counseling Twitter

North Forsyth HS Athletics Twitter

North Forsyth HS Athletics Instagram

North Forsyth HS Athletics Facebook

NFHS Class of 2022 Instagram


As always, our goal is to provide the best possible experiences and opportunities for your student. Please reach out to me if you have any questions, concerns, or need clarification on anything.

Bob Carnaroli

bcarnaroli@forsyth.k12.ga.us

770 781-6637

Ext: 160106

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Beta Club Inductions

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National Honor Society Inductions

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Academic Team

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Women in STEM Decorating Safety Goggles

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Class of 2023

Class of 2023 – Senior Information

Information about upcoming senior events, senior dues, and graduation information can be found on the NFHS website. Please click “Extracurricular” and then “Senior Class News”. You can also follow us for updates on Instagram @nfhs_seniors.

Senior Dues: All payments must be made online at https://www.3rdascent.com. Pricing will be $145 until December 31st, 2022. On January 1st, dues will increase to $170 to incur a late fee. Dues cover the cost of the graduation cap/gown, diploma/diploma cover, senior breakfast, senior picnic, rental of the arena, and other special treats. Seniors will be able to pick up their cap/gown before the senior picnic on April 26th.

Graduation: Please note that graduation is on SUNDAY, May 21st at 2pm at Gas South Arena. Once the portal for graduation announcements has opened, we will share that through the newsletter for families to order.

Senior Letters: For the first time in a long time, we will be collecting senior letters for the Class of 2023. We will start collecting these letters in January 2023 through April 2023. We will send out more concrete information soon, but wanted to give families a heads up that we will be offering this special opportunity this year for parents, grandparents, friends, teachers, and former teachers to write to their seniors. Seniors will get the opportunity to open letters with their friends at the end of the year. Stay tuned for more details soon!

If you have any questions, please reach out to one of the senior sponsors.

Liz Smith etsmith@forsyth.k12.ga.us 770-781-6637 ext. 160241

Mary Garner mgarner@forsyth.k12.ga.us 770-781-6637 ext. 160118

Rising 9th Grade Transition Events

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Counseling News

Registration and Transition Activities and Dates:

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Counselor/ Admin Pairing

A- Ca- Mason/ Beard

Cb- G- Cannon/ Nelson

H- Ma- Smith/ Graham

Mb- Sc- Mattie/ Thomas

Sd- Z- Balog/ Garner

Grades 10 -12 Course Registration Information

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Yearbook/Picture Information

Portrait/Name Proofs
Seniors, please check the NFHS Student page on ItsLearning in the coming weeks for the Senior Portrait Directory Proofs. You will have an opportunity to confirm your name/portrait selections for the senior section of the book. More information will be shared on Facebook, the @nfhs.yearbook Instagram, and ItsLearning as the documents are available.


Senior Ads - There's a little space left!

We have a little page-space remaining for our senior ads. If you missed the Senior Ad Deadline, please go to yearbookordercenter.com and input job #15157. When the page space is sold out, we will conclude senior ad sales.


If you would like to purchase a book and senior ad but pay in smaller increments, you can select the Paypal option at checkout to select paying in installments.


‘Tis the Season to Buy Your Book

Before the holiday rush, make sure you order your yearbook! Visit yearbookordercenter.com and input job #15157.

Prices are currently $90 and will increase after 12/31.

Celebrating 247th Marine Corps Birthday

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Rifle Team Picks up 1st win over Lithonia Naval JROTC

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DECA in Washington DC

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CTAE

Updates/News:


Engineering Happenings:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NgHlm8DjLiXhwNXWuOhqwQBH3lfnSM3gO5xE6X59gkk/edit


Competition Schedule

3/15-18: TSA State Leadership Conference

3/9 - 3/11 FRC Dalton

3/23 - 3/25 FRC Carrollton


VEXIQ Competitions @ NFHS

  • Mondays and Saturdays
  • 11/14/22, 1/23/22 - 25 teams
  • 10/29/22, 11/12/22, 1/21/22 - 40 teams
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Engineering

Classroom Projects


Foundations to Engineering

Students were given 1 ea 3x5 index card and 6” of tape to stack the most books starting ¼” off the floor. Students learn that balance is extremely important with this challenge. The product tells the students where all the weight was before the books fell. 83 books was the top score using books 1.5 lbs - 3.5 lbs.

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Robotics

BEST (Boosting Engineering Science Technology) Robotics

11/5/2022 BEST Competition Day. During the kick off teams are shown the new game and given parts to build the robot. Teams can only use the given parts causing North’s team to look out of the box for salutations to the year's problem.


Game Video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fitF0p6SFp8USlXccF5fYHXzUbFc3CbZ/view?usp=sharing

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The Stinky Cheese Man

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NFHS Fine Arts

Chorus:

Holiday Concert December 13th


GMEA All-State Chorus

The following students auditioned for and were selected as members of this year’s GMEA All State Chorus! The competition is stiff with over 5000 students auditioning state wide for approximately 500 spots. They will travel to Athens in February for their performance. If you know of or teach any of these students, please congratulate them!

JR Bannit

Blake Barrett

Alayna Busse

Jakub Mills

Adam Norton

Canaan Sweatman

Ethan Thompson


Special recognition goes to senior JR Banitt. He has been selected all 5 years he has been eligible to audition for all state (only missing the Covid year when the event was cancelled). In addition, he was also selected for the All State Reading Chorus, the most difficult audition and choir to be accepted in! He will participate at the end of January in that ensemble.


Congratulations to all these students for their accomplishments!!


Band:

Fall Performance Schedule:

12/6 Holiday Concert NFHS Theater


NoFo Stage Holiday Play Festival

Presented Advanced Drama, Acting & Fundamentals Classes

December 16th and 17th at 6 PM

Art Skate Board Design

Thespian Showcase Performers

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Comp Cheer State Runner-Up Class 6 AAAAAA

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Raiders Defeat Blessed Trinity 24 -21 State Playoff 1st Rd.

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Boys Cross Country Places 16th of 32 at State Meet

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Signing Day

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Athletics

Updates:


Football:

The Gridiron Raiders are 8 - 3 on the season after defeating state power Blessed Trinity

24 -21 in the 1sr round of the GHSA State 6A Football Playoffs. The Raiders now move to the round of 16 as they travel to take on the #1 ranked team in the state Langston Hughes at 7:30.


Cross Country:

The Boys Cross County Team placed 16th of 32 teams at the GHSA State Cross Country Meet in Carrollton.


Comp Cheer:

Varsity Comp Cheer placed 2nd (State Runner-Up) in Class 6A at the State Comp Cheer Meet in Macon. The squad had a score of 104 which was the 2nd highest score of all teams competing in all classifications.

Boys and Girls Hoops Pick up Wins over Forsyth Central

Swim Team

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Flag Football

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ESPORTS

Hearthstone: Record 14-11

Ranked #10/22 in Region


SMASH: Record 18-10

Ranked #34/132 in State


Mario Kart: Record 6-7

Ranked #25/72 in Region

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Alumni -What Raider Nation means to you

Attention Raider Alumni,

We would love to hear an update from you and how your NFHS experience impacted your life. You can send emails, letters, or short videos (2 min) directly to Mr. Carnaroli. We plan to share with our staff and students.

Once a Raider Always a Raider !

Send to:

bcarnaroli@forsyth.k12.ga.us

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