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Home of the Northern Knights; Staff Bulletin, Sept. 19-23rd

Weekly Calendar

Spirit Week!

Monday, Sept. 19th: Pajama Day
3:00pm: GCN Faculty Meeting

Tuesday, Sept. 20th: Preppy Day

Wednesday, Sept. 21st: America Day
7:00pm: "Changing the Game- The Parents Guide to Raising Happy, High-Performing Athletes and Giving Youth Sports Back to Our Kids" with John O'Sullivan @ Princeton HS.



Thursday, Sept. 22nd: Tacky Tourist Day
10:50am: HSN Club Fair @ Aux. Gym
6:00pm: Spirit Night @ HSN
7:00pm: HSN PTSA Meeting @ HSN Library

Friday, Sept. 23rd: Class Colors Day
1:50pm: Pep Rally @ Football Stadium
7:00pm: Homecoming Football Game vs. Princeton

Saturday, Sept. 24th:
7:00pm: Homecoming Dance @ Aux. Gym

Thinking about the first day of school and our ability as educators to generate excitement about learning in our students!

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Just in case you haven't seen this... NJ Monthly Article on Top 100 Schools

Any champion will tell you, it’s not easy repeating as number 1. This year, Chatham High School manages the feat, topping the New Jersey Monthly ranking of the state’s best public high schools for the second straight time.

As in the past, this year’s Top 100 High Schools chart (compiled and published every two years) is dominated by suburban schools. The West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District in Mercer County has two spots in the top 10: The district’s High School North soars to number 2; High School South holds number 9. In 2014, the two schools came in at numbers 23 and 35, respectively.

Grades, Courses Most Important in College Admissions, Survey Finds By Catherine Gewertz on September 8, 2016 9:56 AM

As college application season ramps up once again, an annual survey of college admissions officers reiterates an important message for high school students who are worried sick about their SAT or ACT scores: The classes you take and the grades you earn are far more important to us than your test scores.

That's a key finding of the 13th annual "State of College Admission" survey, released Thursday....
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