MAY 20, 2022
MARIA RESSA - AUDITORIUM DEDICATION
Thank you to all of the people who worked hard to make this event possible and to all of our students who attended. They represented their families and our school extremely well.
NJCEA Outstanding Student Award
THE CAPTAIN'S LOG
We currently have positions available near your school that are a perfect fit for young adults who are looking to gain work experience and learn how a business is run. Unlike many other jobs offered to students, we start employees above minimum wage and give raises based on performance. Including tips, students can expect to earn $17-19/hr. For any students who are interested, they can reach out to me via text/call/email to set up an interview. My contact information is 732-814-7966 & firstname.lastname@example.org. An application can be submitted at jerseymikes.com/careers
MEDIA CENTER NEWS
MARINER MEDIA CENTER NEWS
There is still time for your child to return a book without being charged a late fee, even if the book is years overdue; Wednesday, May 25th is the deadline. Starting on May 26th, we will reinstate the five cents per day late fee.
We are looking for Juniors who want to earn credit working in the media center as part of the CAP program; interested students should talk to Ms. Ivarson.
OCEAN COUNTY LIBRARY NEWS
On Wednesday, May 25 at 6:00 pm, Sabeeha Rehman and Walter Ruby, authors of We Refuse to be Enemies, will highlight their message of solidarity against intolerance. Subtitled How Muslims and Jews Can Make Peace, One Friendship at a Time, the book is a manifesto that two Americans, a Muslim woman and a Jewish man, created in response to the perceived rise of bias and bigotry in the US.
Registration at https://tinyurl.com/werefuse is required for this free program.
On Wednesday, June 15 at 6:00 pm, in honor of Juneteenth, storyteller Michelle Washington Wilson will present stories and poems dedicated to the celebration of African American Emancipation.
Registration at https://tinyurl.com/ocljuneteenthstoryteller is required for this free program.
We also have a program one of our teen volunteers (a student from HS South) started for both adults and teens.
Trevor's Banned Book Club
Next Meeting: June 7th 6:30pm - 8pm
Reading is fundamental and knowledge is power. Come Join the book club and read all the books that states and/or school boards are trying to ban by imposing their own personal/political beliefs onto public school districts and libraries. Each month a different banned book is discussed. June's meeting will feature a discussion of Maus by Art Spiegelman. No registration needed.
TEAM - Together Everyone Achieves More
You must attend a MANDATORY ORIENTATION Wednesday, June 1st at 4:30 pm in the Toms River HS EAST Cafe.
Look at signs hung around school for other Mandatory training dates.
Questions? Please see Mr. Patten in A-wing! See you there !
CLASS OF 2022 IMPORTANT INFORMATION
CLASS 0F 2022 GRADUATION SIGNS!!
Senior families! Show how proud you are of your graduate this year with a congratulations yard sign! Family and friends can congratulate a student by purchasing a sign that will be displayed around High School North. Don't miss out on this High School North Tradition!
All orders must be placed by June 1st using the attached google form.
TOMS RIVER NORTH HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2022 GRADUATION VIDEO!!
SCHOLARSHIPS! ATTENTION SENIORS!!
Check the site often as new scholarships will be added as they are sent to us. The more you apply to, the more money you can earn. PAY ATTENTION TO DEADLINES. Contact your counselor with any questions.