October 30, 2020
- Odd Class Periods: Group A In-Person/Group B Remote/Group R Remote
- Election Day Holiday (No Students - Offices Closed)
- Even Class Periods: Group A In-Person/Group B Remote/Group R Remote
- Odd Class Periods: Group A Remote/Group B In-Person/Group R Remote
- Even Class Periods: Group A Remote/Group B In-Person/Group R Remote
- Teacher Remote Learning Day (No Students)
- School Board Meeting @ 7:00 PM Thompson Middle School
Use this link to access the daily self-certification form that needs to be completed prior to your student attending school in-person.
Congratulations to our Girls Swim and Dive as they bring home the Sectional Championship! A special shout out to Paige Armstrong, Elizabeth Bawolek, Payton Baxter, Quinn Bike, Julia Fifer, Angelina Messina, and Jillian Wilson on their State qualifying times! Way to go, North Stars!
Below are the links to the IHSA Sectional Live Stream for both the Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams. The Girls' races begin at 9:00 AM, and the Boys' races begin at 12:30 PM. Both teams have four flights. Go North Stars!
Senior Portraits & Yearbook Pictures
The following dates have been added for senior portraits:
Appointment Sign Up:
- Go to rootseniors.com
- Enter your Subject ID# (provided in the Root Studios brochure mailed to your home)
- Enter your last name in all lowercase letters
- If you are unable to sign in or have further questions, please contact customer service at Root Studios at 815-433-1766
- Enter at Door #4, Main Entrance
- Due to COVID restrictions, only students are allowed in the building for this appointment.
- Students must show their COVID Self-Certification before entering the building.
Send Us Your Pictures!
North Stars - #SCNYearbook is looking for photos of the fall play, either from participants or those who watched from home. We are also looking for photos of seniors posing with their "I Voted" or "I Voted Early Stickers" to show their participation in the election!
SCN 2020 Thanksgiving Turkey Drive
SCN's 2020 Thanksgiving Turkey Drive has begun! The Student Life Office is working with student organizations in our building to collect the 1,400 total items needed to provide 100 families in the St. Charles area with a complete Thanksgiving dinner. Due to unusual circumstances this year, we are inviting our entire North community to contribute if they would like. Donations can be dropped off at SCN's Main Office or Student Life Office.
- Aluminum Roasting Pans (big enough for a 15-20 lb. turkey)
- Cans of Green Beans
- Cans of Gravy
- Cans of Corn
- Boxes of Instant Mashed Potatoes
- Boxes of Stuffing
If you prefer to make a monetary donation, please contact Libby Sutherland in the Student Life Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Student News Site of St. Charles North High School
The Stargazer is the official student-run newspaper of St. Charles North High School. New content is posted on Friday mornings. For more information, click on the link below and follow them on Twitter @SCNNewspaper.
Stargazer meetings are held every Monday after school. Students interested in joining the staff should email the Editor-in-Chief, Caroline Look, or one of the advisers, Alice Froemling or Jared Wyllys.
SCN Writing & Reading Center
We are excited to announce that SCN's Writing Center is officially open for business! The consultants have completed their training, and they are ready to help all students with writing and reading assignments for all classes. As you can imagine, there are a few changes to how they are functioning this year. All assistance will be done virtually for the first semester. For links to sign up for a live conference or to submit your writing online, please visit the SCN Writing & Reading Center.
Food Service Update
The Federal Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) has been extended through June 30, 2021. As a result, any child between the ages of 1 and 18 is eligible to receive free meals at any District 303 site, as well as two off-site locations. Click on the graphics below for sites and pick up times. It is not necessary to provide the names of the children receiving meals at the pick-up locations.
- Elementary school students who attend in-person every day will receive free meals at school.
- Elementary school students who are learning remotely may pick up meals at any site.
- Middle school students who attend on the hybrid schedule may sign up to receive the next day's meal that will be distributed after school.
- Middle school students learning remotely may pick up at any site.
- High school students attending in-person may pick up meals after school.
- High School students learning remotely may pick up meals at any site.
Maddie's Mitten March
ComEd understands that some families may be experiencing financial hardship as a result of the ongoing pandemic. That is why they are taking the time to let you know of the bill assistance options available to help those struggling with past-due balances.
If you could benefit from additional support, please call us immediately at 1-800-EDISON1 (1-800-334-7661), M-F, 7am-7pm. Our customers can also visit ComEd.com/Support to learn more about the following payment assistance options and eligibility requirements:
• CARE Customer Hardship Grants. Residential customers facing financial hardship may be eligible to receive one-time CARE grants from ComEd to help them get back on their feet.
• COVID-19 Financial Bill Assistance. A one-time bill assistance credit of up to $500 is available this year for eligible, low-income households.
• Flexible, Extended Payment Arrangements. For a limited time, low-income households and
residential customers expressing financial hardship may be eligible for a flexible payment
arrangement so they can spread balances over 24 payments, with 0% down. Residential customers who may not be facing financial hardship, but would like to spread balances, may be able to do so over 18 payments, with no more than 25% down.
• Waiver of New Deposits and Fee Relief. ComEd is waiving any new deposit requirements for a limited time for customers expressing financial hardship and extending relief from various fees (such as reconnection fees) to help low-income residential customers.
• State and Federal Financial Energy Assistance. Illinois’ Percentage of Income Payment Plan (PIPP) and the federal Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) also provide valuable financial help to households that may be facing financial challenges.