May Newsletter

North Salem High School

HOME OF THE VIKINGS

T.R.U.E. North

Tradition.Resilience.Unity.Excellence


No School- Friday, May 20th

No School- Monday, May 30

GRADUATION DAY IS FRIDAY, JUNE 10TH 2022

If your cap & gown is paid in full, Jostens will be here to deliver on May 18th during both lunches. Caps and gowns will be available in the main office after May 18th.


Pick Your Graduation Ceremony Time for June 10th Today!



Seniors: click on the link below for important 2022 timeline dates

SENIORS: Backup Before You Pack Up!

Seniors, you’ve worked hard to get to graduation and much of that work is housed in your Google Apps account. If you’d like to take your work with you, Google Takeout is a great way to do this!

Google Takeout allows you to keep data from the products you use, like your email, calendar and photos. In a few easy steps, create an archive to download and keep for your records or transfer the data into another Google account.

Students should download and move files from their @salemkeizer.org accounts before access is disabled. Graduating students will have access to their Salem-Keizer Public Schools Google accounts until September 30th. This process may take several days if there are many large files. Please plan accordingly.

Save your work with Google Takeout https://takeout.google.com/

Seniors: Here are the slides from the Senior Assembly.

Message from the Bookkeeper

Parents and students: This is a reminder that all fines must be paid in order to be eligible to participate in senior activities including prom, graduation, and any senior events. Thank you for your promt attention to this.
Online Payment Portal

The Online Payment Portal allows parents to pay fines and fees such as library fines, textbook fines, athletic participation fees, as well as others.

NSHS TESTING DATES

AP EXAMS: 5/02, 5/05, 05/06, 5/11, 5/12

OSAS ELA Grade 11: 5/23 - 5/27

ELA clean up: 5/31 - 6/03

NOCTI/CTE testing: 5/31 - 6/03

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International Baccalaureate (IB)

Sophomore students interested in the IB Diploma Program or IB Career Related Program should email Ms. Green or visit her in the MAPS room outside the library to create a plan for next year.


Question? Contact Amy Green, IB Coordinator

green_amy@salkeiz.k12.or.us

971-332-3597

COLLEGE AND CAREER

MAPS Credit Union Scholarship Recipient

Congratulations Isabel!
Maps Credit Union Scholarship (2022)

COUNSELOR CORNER

SUMMER SCHOOL

If you would like to attempt to earn a full credit in Summer School Credit Recovery, let your Counselor know so we can sign you up. Dates/Times are to be determined.
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PEP

All Seniors are required to Complete their Personal Education Plan (PEP) to be eligible for graduation. If you have not yet completed your PEP, go to the CIS website and use the “Single Sign On” in the upper right hand corner, select Salem Keizer School District, login using the same sign-in you use for your Chromebook. Complete all activities and you will have met this requirement.


Link to CIS Website: https://oregoncis.uoregon.edu/timeout.aspx

Juniors planning on Early Graduation, see your Counselor to complete the application.

You also have to complete your PEP and order cap & gown. You can order your cap & gown at https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1045978/North-Salem-High-School/


Need to borrow a cap & Gown?

There are limited caps & gowns for loan. You will still need to purchase your tassel and cords. You can make the purchase of these items at the link above for Jostens.


Please complete the following form below.

SUICIDE PREVENTION AND MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

May is Mental Health Awareness Month!

The theme for 2022 is “Back to Basics.” Learn more here:

https://www.mhanational.org/mental-health-month


North Salem High School now has an on-site Social Worker. A Social Worker can help with accessing resources in the community for Mental Health and other important needs a family might have. You can access our Social Worker by calling the North Salem High School Counseling Center at 503-399-3223.


Mental health resources are available to students and families should you find yourself or anyone in your family experiencing struggles with mental health or suicide ideation. Here is a list of services available:


Marion County Youth and Family Crisis Services: Call: 503-576-4673

Oregon Youthline: Call: 1-877-968-8491

Text teen2teen: 839863

Email: Tean2Teen@LinesforLife.org

Chat: https://oregonyouthline.org/

Psychiatric Crisis Center: Call: 503-585-4949

Suicide/Crisis Hotline: Call: 503-581-5535 OR 1-800-560-5535


National Hopeline Network: 1-800-784-2433