The Northside Weekly News

Week of May 9, 2016

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2015-16 S.A.T. SCHOLARS FROM NORTHSIDE!

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Kiara Bautusta

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Jamon Parks

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Nina Ebara

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Morgan Heffernan

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Khorii Tinson

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Jennifer Parker

Vote for May's Teacher of the Month

Student votes only. Voting closes May 31.

Parents are encouraged to complete the Parent Survey which can be found by clicking on the following link:

Project Graduation

Our Class of 2016 is going to JUNGLE RAPIDS and DEFY GRAVITY after the graduation ceremony.


Project Graduation needs your help raising money!!! All Seniors have been tasked with earning $50 in sponsorships so we can make this a fun and FREE event.


Click here information on the May meeting: https://www.smore.com/5nhza

Project Graduation Meeting

Thursday, May 19th, 6:30pm

365 Commons Drive South

Jacksonville, NC

Meeting for parents interested in helping with the Project Graduation event.

Tryout for NHS Cheer!

Cheer tryouts. May 17-20. 3:15-5:30 in the gym

PBIS

Northside has implemented Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) and we are excited about rewarding our students for the positive things they are doing every day. The Monarch Store is NOW OPEN during Power Hour for students to begin spending their Monarch Money!

DRIVERS EDUCATION

Driver’s education classes are now open for registration.


If you wish to sign-up for drivers education you must register online at www.ncdrivingschool.com/onslow


If you have any questions please contact the North Carolina Driving School at (252)321-6700.

Classes begin November 9, December 1, February 8, April 4, and May 3

The NHS band program took 11 students to Solo and Ensemble Music Performance Adjudication this past Saturday. The students performed solos and in small groups and received superior and excellent ratings. Our next performance will be our spring concert on May 26th at 6:30pm.

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NHS Dance Show is this Friday, May 13th at 7:00 pm. Doors open at 6:30 and tickets are $5.00 for ages 5 and up. Come out and support the dancers as they Dance through the Decades! There will also be a surprise featuring some of NHS staff members!

Onslow County Schools Division of Career and Technical Education will be hosting a High School Senior Job Fair on Tuesday, May 17th from 3-5 PM at The American Legion Building. Over 30 employers with open positions that require a high school diploma will be in attendance. Positions will be full time and part time. Encourage your high school senior to see their Career Development Coordinator, Mrs. Kim Morton in room 501 for more information on creating a resume, presenting himself/herself, improving interviewing skills, and a lesson on creating their personal elevator pitch. Resume and Cover letter needs to be reviewed by Mrs. Kim Morton in order to receive the required ticket to attend this event.

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The Onslow County Schools Career Development Coordinators are hosting on a Job Fair for May 17 from 3 to 5pm. The current list of employers is listed below.


Employer List:

1. PNC Bank

2. Liberty Tax Service

3. Convergys

4. Moen/Adecco

5. Alorica

6. Carobell

7. CenturyLink

8. Marine Federal Credit Union

9. Sam’s Club

10. US Cellular

11. Industry One

12. National Dodge

13. US Army

14. US Air Force

15. US Navy

16. US Marine Corps

17. The National Guard

18. Wells Fargo

19. Waffle House

20. Chipotle

21. RA Jeffreys

22. MCO Transport

23. Barnes & Noble

24. Family Dollar

25. Coastal Carolina Community College

26. Onslow County Schools

27. Onslow County Government

28. Stanadyne

29. NC Works

NHS ANNOUNCEMENTS

Students must make sure they sign in and out when you come and go from school. Not signing in and out may look like the you are skipping and will be written up. Also, you must be present for 60 minutes to be counted present.

Sign up for the NHS Senior Class Remind Group: Text: @da1268 To:81010

Seniors who have graduation project binders that were chosen as exemplars need to pick up their binders from Mr. Staley’s office.

Students in Culinary and Foods classes assisting with the ROTC awards food preparation/dinner, need to stop by the outside of Ms. Storm's door on Monday to see if they are working it and what they should bring to wear for the prep day (May 10th) and Awards day (May 11th).

All girls lacrosse team members need to turn in their uniform, goggles, and penny to Coach Turner by the end of the week

Any girl who is interested in playing tennis in the fall, please see Coach Turner in room 601


"Do you want to be a part of the making important decisions here at Northside next year? Come apply to be a student council member candidate in this years election. To apply to be a candidate rising sophomores stop by to see Mrs. Hollis is room 208, rising juniors stop by to see Mrs. Goynes in room 507, rising seniors and those who want to run for student body stop by to see Ms. Carden in room 505 to pick up an application."

10th graders remember to turn in your green registration cards to guidance.

9th graders remember to turn in your yellow registration cards to guidance.

Any graduating senior who has passed any of the Microsoft Office Certification Exams and wants to purchase cords for graduation must see Mrs. D. Johnson in Room 503 during Power Hour A one day this week. Without going through the verification and payment process cords will not be available. Take care of this as soon as possible. The last day for you to pay is Monday, May 9th.

This years Prom theme is Hollywood! So gentlemen get your suites and ties, Ladies get your formal dresses ready to go before May 21st. Prom will be from 7p.m to 11p.m. Prom tickets are on now $40 for a single and $70 for couples. Come purchase them in room 505, Ms. Carden and room 507 Ms. Goynes.

Prom Gift Basket Raffle – Tickets are $1.00 and can be purchased in the front office.

Any senior athlete who has played 2 sports and has at least a 3.0 GPA may apply for the C.U.P. Scholarship. A $500 scholarship will be given to one female athlete and one male athlete who satisfy the scholarship qualifications. See Coach Buchanan or Mrs. Barbee for an application today! The deadline to turn in applications is Friday May 13th so don’t wait until the last minute

Any senior, that is a member of the National Math Honor Society, that is interested in a cord for graduation, see Mr. Gabbert. Cost of the cord is $5.00. The last day to purchase a cord is Wednesday, May 11.

National Honor Society Seniors remember to turn in your stole order forms and fee to Mrs. Johnson in room 503. All service hours and service projects are due at the next meeting on May 10th. Those running for office should have their speeches prepared.

Monarch Athletic News

TRACK AND FIELD

Maya Stanley received first place in shot and disc last week. She also received most valuable for women's field plaque.

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Volunteer Opportunities