News from Dr. Dutt
Winter Assembly Highlights
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PTO has secured the Biggest Fundraiser Tricky Tray date on 11/14/2020. Solicitation has started and prizes are coming in. Anyone who wishes to donate a family basket or if you know someone who owns a business and would like to donate a gift card, voucher or basket of products, please contact Marinelle Blanchette.
North Warren Theater Booster Club will host an Open Mic Night on January 24th in the HS Cafeteria from 6-8 pm. Cost is $3 for adults, students free. Bring your talent of any kind! Dinner, snacks, and drinks available!
North Warren Robotics: FTC (Middle School Team) is rapidly finalizing their robot for competition. FRC (High School Team) just learned the competition goals on 1/4/20 and has spent time strategizing and designing the robot. They have just reached the prototyping stage to check their design before full production begins. The entire robotics team is in it's third year of competition and consists of 75+ students, growing from 36 students the first year and 60 students their second year. FRC competition dates begin in March.
Tri M Music Honor Society spread holiday cheer at Barn Hill Nursing Home on 12/19/19.
JSA is preparing for its annual Winter Congress convention in Washington, DC. The convention allows students to assume the role of legislators. Students work to draft legislation and debate/pass bills in student-led committees in a mock Congress setting.
The Mock Trial team will be participating in the county-level trial on 1/27. We will be competing against Warren Hills.
The 9th Grade class is planning Sadie Hawkins Dance for HS students on March 6th.
Girl's Basketball is currently 9-1. Over the winter break Girl's basketball team won the Belvidere Holiday Tournament. Junior Sophia Knerr was 1st team all tournament and Sophomore Quincey McGuinness was MVP of the Tournament. We are ranked in the top 10 for the Lehigh Valley area first time in 11 years. Quincey McGuinness is averaging 17.9 points per game, and Clare Saalfield is averaging 10 rebounds per game.
Also, the team is selling coupon books this year. The book costs just $20 and provides 2 amazing ways to save. In addition to the paper coupons in the book, each book also provides 1-year access to a collection of mobile coupons you can conveniently redeem right from you phone by showing the cashier the digital coupon at checkout. All coupons are valid for over a year at retailers, restaurants, and fun family activities located all throughout Warren County and the surrounding area. This could be a great gift! Coupons include Dick's Sporting Goods, Modell's, Acme, Whole Foods, Dave and Buster's and more! Contact Miss Bigley email@example.com if interested!
The Middle School Girls Basketball team continues with its successful season. The A Team has a record of 9-1, outscoring opponents 270-185. The B Team has a record of 8-1, as well. Coach Suk and Coach Serzan are very proud of their continued efforts and of their success. We would like to invite everyone who can attend to our 8th grade recognition game, which will be held on Thursday, January 30th. Come support our 8th graders as they play in their last middle school game!
The Middle School Track team went to ESU on Friday 1/10 and enjoyed the experience of their first track meet! The athletes competed in various events such as the Long Jump, the Mile, a variety of Sprints, and Team Relays. We are proud of our team and looking forward to our meet this Friday at Clarks Summit for the Run at the Rec Series.
The High School Winter Track team will be attending the New Balance games in NYC on Friday 1/17. This is a live broadcast and could be found on www.armorytrack.com under videos. If you have the chance to tune in please do so and watch our athletes compete in our events. The athletes are hoping to take home some medals and make some new personal records. We are very proud of the team and how great the season has been going thus far. Go Patriots!
Scripps National School Spelling Bee was held on 1/9. Brigette Starrs, Grade 7, advanced to Regionals. Congratulations!
Red, White and Blue Club
Senior Class News
Senior Class: Deposits for the picnic and the cruise are due by Feb.28. The picnic deposit is $30 and the cruise deposit is $55.
The senior class will be hosting a dine and donate fundraiser at Frank's on Monday, February 10.
NJSLA Testing Schedule and Pertinent Information
This year NJSLA testing will take place over 4 days for Grades 7-10. Students who will be testing will arrive at school at regular time for the assessments. Students who are not required to participate in mandatory state testing (generally Grades 11-12) will arrive to school on the 2 Hour Delay Schedule. If students in Grades 11-12 need to utilize bus transportation on these days, they may continue to do so but will arrive to school at regular time. Buses will only run at their regular scheduled operating time. We will communicate this to our student body as testing approaches. Please contact your child's counselor should you have any questions on their required state testing.
ELA Test 4/21 & 4/22
Math Test 4/28 & 4/29
Grades 8 & 11 5/19 & 5/20
1/22/20 - National Honor Society Inductions @ 6pm
2/5/20 - PTO General Meeting @ 6:30pm
2/7/20 - Red, White and Blue Club dinner @ 6pm
2/3/20 - 2-Hour Delay for students (PLC day)
2/10/20 - 2-Hour Delay for students (PLC day)
2/26/20 - Community Chat @ 6pm (more information will be sent out)