North Notes

September 22, 2023

Greetings North Families,

I will be sending out an email blast every two weeks with information about upcoming events, class info, Booster info, etc. I hope you find this information useful. If at any time you want additional information, please refer to our school website HERE.


Eric Frei



Student Shout Outs!

Today marks the beginning of Homecoming Weekend! Our Homecoming Court (Pictured below) was introduced to the student body at today's Homecoming Assembly. Following the assembly, the students voted for the 2023 Homecoming King and Queen. The winners will be announced tonight at the Homecoming Football Game at Carter Stadium. Good Luck to all, and Go Rangers!

The 2023 Eastlake North Homecoming Court

Alex Vitello

Sean Register

Ben Messemer

Devin Nix

Luke Lanning

Charlotte Kreeger

Kayden Bond

Sophia DiCillo

Sydney Wolf

Ella Zappola

The Homecoming Dance is tomorrow night at North from 7-11 PM.

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Conference Night

Our first round of Conference are scheduled for Thursday, September 28th from 4-8 PM. Conferences are either in-person, or virtual, and are ALL SCHEDULED.

Information about how to schedule your conferences can be found below:

Volunteers Club - Make a Difference Day 2023

Volunteers Club has started! Stop in room 217 if you have not signed up yet or see Ms. Schendel. We already have activities that need you. Earn some hours and make a difference in our school district communities!

We have over one hundred students involved! The group is actively planning for Make a Difference Day on October 28th, 2023!

Our goal is to be able to rake as many yards as possible for our senior citizens, and community members who need assistance. Our kids are here to help!

If you would like to be involved in Make a Difference Day - stop in and see Ms. Schendel in 217 (the Volunteer Club Corner).

Camfel Character Counts Program

As a part of our ongoing PBIS initiatives, next Friday, September 29th, our students will attend a character education program called Dare to Move. This program will kick off our ongoing efforts towards character education, and will be followed by monthly "mini lessons" in classrooms.

This program uses real life student experiences with slick Hollywood audio/visual production value to engage students with positive messages that they can start applying in their lives immediately. Students will be motivated to:

* Overcome your fear of failure and move forward to achieve your goals.

* Persevere during tough times and thrive in the face of challenges.

* Create a culture of encouragement and working together as a team.

* Learn the importance of being involved, and the rewards of hard work vs. the downfalls of procrastination and self-isolation.

Picture Day, Senior Portraits, and Yearbooks


SAVE THE DATE: OCTOBER 25th. Details coming soon!

2023 Yearbooks

2023 yearbooks have arrived! If you did not pick up your book during the distribution days, the yearbook staff will be around soon to personally deliver your book to your class. If you are able to, stop by room 208 during 7th or 8th period to pick it up. 2023 seniors’ books are in the main office ready to be picked up at your convenience. Please email if you have any questions.

2024 Yearbooks

2024 yearbooks are currently on sale until September 29 for $68! This is the cheapest books will be all year. Pre-order yours now! If you personalize your book, you will receive 4 free icons during this promotion as well. After September 29, yearbooks will be $80. Please order yearbooks at

***You can choose to have yearbooks shipped to your house for a shipping fee. These books are sent directly from Jostens when all books are shipped and typically arrive before we get them at the school.***

Senior Portraits

Senior portraits are due to the online Google Form by Friday, December 15. Please do not email them. All email requests will be directed to the Google Form. Please submit senior portraits here:

If you have any questions about the following information, please email



ALL ATHLETES must have a current physical on file in order to participate in a sport. You can

find the forms at by clicking on "Final Forms" under the More, Forms tab. There you will also find instructions on registering your child on Final Forms, which is a mandatory requirement of our district.

PARTICIPATION FEES for fall sports are past due and can be paid online on Final Forms or in the athletic office. All sports fees are $125. Any student athlete qualifying for reduced fees must pay their fee in the athletic office by cash or check made payable to North Athletics.

Reduced fees are as follows: $55 for those qualifying for free lunch and $85 for those qualifying for reduced lunch.

MCORE Preventative Cardiac Screenings @ North

Please see the attached flyer for more information regarding MCORE preventative cardiac

screenings @ North on Wednesday, October 18th from 8am-4pm.


Download the HomeTown Fan App or go to to purchase

tickets. Tickets can be printed at home or your phone can be scanned at the gate. Tickets can

also be purchased at the gate.

Online purchase benefits include:

● Avoid long ticket purchase lines at game time

● Quickly and easily access your ticket one of two ways

o Enter using your phone

o Print your tickets at home

Varsity Football

● Adults $7

● Students $7 (or $5 for pre-sale purchased online by 3pm on game day)

● Senior Citizens Free (No Ticket Required)

● Kindergarten aged students and older require an admission ticket

● No book bags or cinch bags permitted

● There will be no re-entry

JV/Varsity Volleyball, Soccer, Basketball, Wrestling, Swimming

● Adults $7

● Students $5

● Senior Citizens Free

● Kindergarten aged students and older require an admission ticket

Freshman Basketball

The Western Reserve Conference has established admission rates for basketball games when part of a triple header

● Adults $3

● Students $2

● Senior Citizens Free

● Kindergarten aged students and older require an admission ticket

Ticket and pass information

Most opponents will have similar ticket policies.

* subject to change

RANGER NATION DIGITAL STUDENT PASSES are now available online only. The Ranger Nation pass allows general admission to all home sporting events throughout the year (excluding any home OHSAA tournament). If you are interested, go to the link below to select the pass. All passes are digital and will be placed in an app on your phone that will be scanned at home events. If you have any questions, please contact the North Athletic Office at 440-975-3679.

Click on the link for our online box office below:

Pass will scan one time to every home North athletic event for the 2023-24 school year.

DIGITAL ADULT FLEX PASSES are now available online only. They are valid for 10 scans at any North HOME regular season contest for the 2023-24 school year.


Please Join –Membership and passes available online:


You have been invited by North High Boosters to volunteer for concession; spirit wear sales.

When you volunteer, not only do you earn money for your sport, group or program of your

choice, but you are helping all of the students by helping the Boosters! Please click on the link

below to view the online sign-up sheet. Thank you!

LIVESTREAM of our games in the gym and stadium (all levels) can be viewed through our

subscription service on the NFHS network via the following link:

Fall Head Coach Contacts:

Football: Shawn Dodd

Volleyball: Tamara Heller

Cross Country: Rob Grove

Boys Soccer: Steve Misick

Girls Soccer: Samantha Richter

Girls Tennis: Nick Mayer

Girls Golf: Royal Brettrager

Boys Golf: Hannah Mitchell

Cheerleading FB: Marissa Gehrisch


Winter Head Coach Contacts:

Cheerleading BKB: Marissa Gehrisch

Boys Basketball: Clint Nicholson

Girls Basketball: Paul Force

Swimming: Justin Ramey

Wrestling: Jeremy Clarke

Bowling: Brian Dailey

Gymnastics(Club): Heather Trem

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Guidance has been enjoying meeting all our new students! It’s been a pleasure to see all the new and familiar faces!

Guidance is on Schoology!! You can find important information there that will help you navigate high school, future planning, graduation, school tips, and more! Check it out!


We spoke with seniors on Wednesday, September 20th about all things college! During math classes, school counselors went through the college application process, Naviance, and future planning. If a student does not have a math class, please encourage them to email their counselor and stop by for more information. If a student is not attending North all day, information will be emailed to the student. Directions and other helpful tips can be found on Schoology in the Senior folder.

Colleges are beginning to visit our school! If you are interested in hearing more about a certain college please come to the guidance office to sign up. Seniors may go to five(5) visits and Juniors may go to four (4) visits. A list of college visits can be found here.


Jostens visited North seniors this week to present information regarding caps & gowns, and all things graduation. If you missed the assembly, please stop by the guidance office and pick up a Jostens packet.

The packet will include information for you to order your cap/gown/tassel, which is mandatory for graduation, as well as other options. The deadline for cap/gown/tassel orders is October 9th. Jostens will be at North during lunch periods on Friday, October 5th to take in-person orders. You can also visit the following link: or call 1-800-JOSTENS for more information and to place your order.

The following flyer contains information specific to North High School:

Mrs. Gallucci Last Names A-E

Mrs. Vaughan Last Names F-K

Mr. Zenz Last Names L-Q

Mrs. Phillips Last Names RZ

Mrs. Ungar Guidance Secretary

All information related to the guidance department can be found HERE.

Willoughby-Eastlake Public Library Cards

All newly enrolled Willoughby-Eastlake K-12 students will automatically receive a Willoughby-Eastlake Public library card as part of our community partnership with the public library system. If your child already has a library card, they will not receive a new one.

Cards are being issued for any newly enrolled students on a quarterly basis.

If you have questions about the library card, please contact the W-E Public Library. You may reach them by calling Sarah Vargo, 440-943-2203, or via email:


North Boosters

Greetings, Rangers!

If you haven’t had a chance to volunteer yet there are many opportunities for parents/guardians to join our school community and help out. It’s also a great way to earn money for your club, group, or sport! Click the link below to sign up for concessions, spirit-wear, and 50/50 raffle ticket sales. We need your help!!

North High Boosters: Eastlake North Fall Sports 2023 (

Thank you to those who have already signed up and helped with Football, Volleyball, and Soccer events. We appreciate you!!

Additionally, please consider joining our ranks and becoming a Booster!! The quality of our school programs rests on our amazing parent volunteers and WE NEED YOU to help them succeed! Please answer the call by clicking on the link below and signing up to become a Booster!

2023-24 Eastlake North Booster Club Memberships | Eastlake North Box Office (

Our next Boosters Meeting will be Monday, October 2nd at 7:00pm in our Student Union. Hope to see you there!!


Hello Ranger Families! How would you like to see the Cleveland Monsters AND help cheer on the Eastlake North Marching Band? Now you can! Tickets are on sale for the Saturday, October 21st game against the Syracuse Crunch. The Marching Rangers will be playing during pregame and in between periods. Special Band pricing available. To purchase tickets please visit our website.

Tickets are now on sale for our Annual Game Show Night!!! This 21 and over event is always a hit! Join us for an evening of Fun, Friends, DJ & Dancing, Photo Booth, Games, Prizes and More!! Saturday, November 11th from 5pm - 11pm at the American Croatian Lodge in Eastlake. Your ticket includes an open bar, dinner and dessert. Tickets are $55 per person or $400 for a table of 8. Don’t miss out on our all night long sideboards, 50/50 raffles and amazing Chinese Auction!! Please Join Us! If you are interested in purchasing tickets please visit our website.

The best way to help support your Band or Choir student is to attend a Music Boosters Meeting! Our next Music Boosters Meeting is Wednesday, October 18th at 6:30pm in the North High Band Room. Joining Music Boosters is $10 per family, per year. You can find more information and the contact form to join on our website.

Thank you for your support of the Eastlake North Music Boosters as we strive to help give our Music Students the best experience possible!

Your 2023-2024 Music Boosters Board Members:

Choir Director: Mrs. Levine

Band Director: Mr. Sell

President: Tina Galletti

Vice President: Lisa Mooney

Secretary: Melanie Champa

Treasurer: Shelley Godec

Trustee: Michael Gregory

Trustee: Sherie Scott

Trustee: Diane Lloyd

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Congratulations to the Homecoming Court Nominees!

Next Meeting Date is 10/11/2023 at 6pm at North.

Squares Numbers for the OSU Fundraiser are posted every Friday on Facebook.

Fundraisers planned for this year so far:
09/22/2023 50/50 for the Homecoming Game. Please support our 50/50 at this game.

Fall 2023 Annual Target Gift Card Raffle, tickets to be drawn at 12/9 Craft Show.

12/9/2023 Winter Craft Show at North High School. Volunteers will be needed

02/03/2024 GAME SHOW NIGHT!!! This is our last fundraiser of the year. Tickets are $55 per person or $400 per table of 8 ($5 ticket discount per ticket if you purchase a table).

Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter so you can see exciting updates for this event. We are looking to put together our committee for this event. Please contact us if you are interested in helping out.

Other opportunities to support us include the car raffle and working concessions or apparel at any games. Simply put Afterprom 2024 as your chosen organization.

As always, you can contact us in the following ways:

Twitter: @NHSAftrprom2024

Venmo @NHS2024AP

AFTERPROM 2025 - Juniors

Next Meeting

  • Wednesday, September 27th at 7:00pm in North Student Union


Stay Connected with Us!

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Our next meeting is October 14th at 7p.m. in the student union. We hope to see you there.

Join us at Culvers For a great time on Monday October 2nd from 5-8 p.m. A percentage of all sales will be donated to the Class of 2026 afterprom. Come We will be having a basket and 50/50 raffle.

Congratulations to our Givebutter winners Demetrius Bryant, Tim Siracusa, Kailyn Brignoni and Kerri Gable.Thank you to those who participated!

Thank you to everyone who bought squares for the Steelers vs. Browns game.

Join our Facebook group

Email us at to be added to our email list


1st Meeting

Welcome freshmen families! Let’s get the After Prom fundraising group started and get to know each other. We hope you join us!

  • Monday, September 25th at 7:00pm at North in the Student Union



School Messenger Sign-Up

As our community continues the cleanup from the storm, I wanted to take the opportunity to remind everyone to sign up from School Messenger Alerts through the Parent Portal of PowerSchool if you haven't done so already. Once you've logged into the Parent Portal, click School Messenger on the left. Then click on the "three bar" icon in the upper left. Click Preferences, then click "Add More" to add additional emails and phone numbers.


We are well into our one to one initiative, and as amazing as this new endeavor will be, there will be hiccups. What should students do if their device breaks? What if it just isn’t charged? We have options!

Chromebook Repairs

Students should report broken devices to Mrs. Bouplon in the library immediately. This should be happening in-between periods or at the beginning of a class period only. Hardware repairs only. Software repairs go to Mrs. Medic in room 134.

Students will be issued a loaner device until their original device is repaired. If a student is keeping a device overnight, they will receive a pass indicating so.

Chromebook Loaners

In the event that a student needs to use a device because theirs isn’t charged, they can check one out in the library. Ideally, students will come to school each day with a fully charged device, but things happen. We understand. Repeatedly coming to school without a charged device, or any device altogether will not be permitted.

Loaners must be returned by the end of 8th period, 2:20pm.

An electronic notice is generated and sent via email to both student and parent if a device is being kept overnight or if not returned on time.


All absences, late arrivals and early releases should be reported to the 24-hour attendance line at 440 283-2178. Please allow 30-40 minutes processing time due to high call volume at times. If you have an urgent attendance situation you may call the main office or attendance desk 440-283-2209. Otherwise, please be patient while we process calls. If your child is under the weather, they must go to the clinic. An early release will not be granted unless they leave through the school nurse.

Doctor’s Notes

If your child is absent due to illness or needs to leave due to a dental, medical or counseling appointment, they may turn in the provider's excuse to the attendance desk for an excused medical absence. These documents will prevent your child from being penalized for hours missed, as Ohio House Bill 410 requires us to track attendance hours. Should your child exceed the limit for hours, you will receive a letter, and we can no longer excuse your students' absence unless proper documentation is provided. Please Note - Drivers Education is not an excused absence.

Vacations and College Visits

All students needing time off for vacations or college visits should pick up a form to be signed by staff and guardians. Anything over five days must be approved by the student’s grade level administrator. Failure to report could result in an unexcused absence. These forms can be found in the main office.

Late Arrival

All students should enter the building through the main office upon arrival no matter the circumstance (Tech, CCP, class change, etc). They will be expected to sign in. No student should allow any student into the main doors. They must properly identify themselves at the attendance desk.

Early Release Process

Parents are not required to come in and sign their students in/out. However, we require a documented guardian to authorize the release from the building prior to departure.

Raptor Kiosk System

The district has installed the Raptor Kiosk System to screen visitors in order to secure the building for our students and staff members.

The district has installed a new Raptor kiosk system in the bullpen/vestibule of all main entrances of our buildings. When a visitor is making a first time visit to the school, they will have to check in at the main office first and they must have their driver's license so that it can be scanned into the system and verified. On subsequent visits, visitors check in at the kiosk in the vestibule by scanning their driver's license. They can then report to the main office to receive their visitor's badge.

The kiosks were purchased with Ohio Facilities Construction Commission Safety Grant funds.

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Students in the Willoughby-Eastlake City Schools can anonymously report anything that could potentially be harmful or dangerous to any of our staff or students. Students can access the Safe Schools Helpline through the district website HERE. Students are encouraged to say something if they see or hear something. We are all in this together and need to take care of each other.

Students can text the helpline at 614-426-0240, then type TIPS. Students can make a voice call at 800-4-1-VOICE ext. 359 (800-418-6423 ext. 359).


You should become familiar with logging into two programs to help monitor your student’s academic progress. Schoology is our Learning Management System. Teachers post videos and assignments in Schoology. As a parent, you have the ability to access your child’s classes. You will need an access code to do so. PowerSchool is our Student Information Management System. This is where grades, attendance, and transcripts can be accessed. It is also where all emergency contacts and parent information is stored as well. If you need help gaining access to either of these programs, please call the main office for assistance.


The doors at North High School open for students at 7:00 AM M-F. Buses will not allow students to depart buses bound for North prior to 7:00 AM. Please do not drop students off prior to 7:00 AM as they will not be permitted in the building. This creates problems on days we have inclement weather. The school day ends at 2:20 PM. Students not staying after for a supervised club, sport, or activity must exit the building by 3:00 PM. Below is the North bell schedule.

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Earlier in the summer the district communicated a change in how cell phones will be handled in the classroom going forward. Now that we are 1 to 1, the need for cell phones in the classroom has drastically decreased. Therefore, we are asking all students to keep their phones silenced and out of sight during class time. During study hall, lunch, or passing time, students will have free access to their phones. However, during academic times it is imperative that students comply with this request. Research has shown the negative effects that social media and cell phones in general have had on student attention spans. It’s time we helped them manage their screen time at school a little better. Please talk with your student about this change, and thank you in advance for your support.


All current seniors will need proof of a meningococcal booster shot (MCV4), unless their first dose was received on or after their 16th birthday. Meningococcal disease is a serious bacterial illness that affects the brain and the spinal cord. It is spread through saliva and can be contracted by sharing food, drinks or makeup, kissing, sneezing and coughing. Meningitis can cause shock, coma and death within hours of the first symptoms. Please have your student bring a hard copy of their updated vaccine record to the clinic; you may also fax the record to our clinic at: 440-975-3831.

As with all immunization requirements, students who do not provide documentation of these immunizations are subject to exclusion from school, unless proper documentation is submitted to the school in accordance with Ohio Statute 3313.671, which allows for parents or guardians to object to the immunizations--for good cause.


Any medications (including over the counter medications, prescription medications, inhalers and epi-pens) to be consumed during the school day require a completed medication form. These forms can be found on our website HERE. Along with the completed form, a supply of the medication should be delivered to the clinic.

Clinic Visits

Our clinic utilizes software to document student visits. If your child visits the clinic with a minor issue, you will be notified via email of the visit. For major issues (fever, substantial injury, vomiting, etc.) you will receive a phone call from clinic staff. These protocols are in place to keep you informed of your child’s status during the day!

Contact Us

Please reach out if we can assist you in any way! The clinic phone number is: 440-975-3683.


Breakfast and Lunch are served every day at North High School. For the 2023-2024 school year, breakfast is $2.25 and lunch is $3.75. A la cart menu items can be purchased for additional cost. Cash will be accepted, but no change will be given at the register. Change will be credited to student accounts. You can add money to your student’s account at PaySchools Central. Information about PaySchools Central can be found HERE.

All meals include one main entrée and up to 3 total fruit and vegetable sides and a milk. Students may qualify for free or reduced priced meals. Please fill out a paper application and return it to your school or find the online application and instructions HERE.

The Food Services Department ensures that its operations are following the federal guidelines for operating the nutrition program. Federal guidelines prohibit the district’s Food and Nutrition Department from writing off bad debt as a result of charged meals. Please review the Food Services Policy Regarding Meal Accounts.


At North, we have a program designed to promote positive behaviors. It is referred to as PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support). Students are awarded Ranger Bucks when they demonstrate any of the traits we are focusing on – Respect, Responsibility, and Readiness to Learn. Students can turn in their Ranger Bucks at monthly Ranger Buck Stores, special events, and raffles throughout the year.


At North, we schedule our parent-teacher conferences at the halfway point of each quarter. The logic behind this is to provide students, parents, and teachers time to develop a plan to improve grades before they are finalized at the end of the quarter. Our conferences are always from 4-8PM. Specific information about conferences will be sent out in a separate message. Our conference dates this year are as follows:

Thursday, September 28th

Tuesday, November 21st

Thursday, February 8th


Last year we experienced an influx of students attempting to order food delivery services such as Uber Eats or Door Dash to the school. This is NOT PERMITTED. Food deliveries will not be accepted in the office, and any students attempting to open doors for delivery drivers will be suspended. This is a serious safety concern and consequences for violating this policy need to be severe. Parents wishing to drop off food for a special occasion may do so in the main office but we would encourage students to either purchase lunch in the student union or pack their own.

After School Tutoring

After school tutoring on Wednesdays will begin on Wednesday, September 19th. Any student can come to 217 for help with any subject or just to have a place to work and get caught up, improve grades, and avoid missing assignments. Tutoring lasts until 3:30pm. See or email Ms. Schendel with any questions or to say you are coming. Bring a snack and earphones if you would like!

Daily Announcements Are Online

Communication is critical at any school, but with over 1,300 students, 100 staff members, and dozens of sports, clubs, and activities it is especially important at North! Each week there are so many events going on, that keeping up with them all can be challenging.

Did you know that North's daily announcements can be found on the website each day? It's true! They can be found HERE.

Crossroads Support

If you believe your child is experiencing challenges in terms of their mental well-being, it is important to reach out to your principal. To meet your child’s needs, it’s essential to collaborate with the principal and school personnel to explore resources and services available at school. In addition to Crossroads Counselors, the District also has family liaisons and guidance counselors who can provide needed interventions and support.

Crossroads Opt Out Form


End 68 Hours of Hunger is a public not-for-profit effort to confront the approximately 68 hours of hunger that some school children experience between the free lunch they receive at school on Friday afternoon and the free breakfast they receive at school on Monday morning.

If you know a student that may be struggling with food insecurity, please contact Mrs. Ungar in the guidance office at 440-975-3675 or We can then determine if they qualify for a food bag to take home over each weekend. The program begins the week of October 17th.


Are you looking for activities for your children? Interested in family programs in the community? There are so many options for Willoughby-Eastlake families, such as city departments of recreation, sports teams, scouting, camps and special events in all of our surrounding communities, plus so much more!

Information from approved organizations who host activities for Willoughby-Eastlake youth and the community are posted electronically. Paper flyers from organizations are not sent home with students. To access the flyers, visit the COMMUNITY link on the district and building website pages Community Activities Flyers

For specific information about the events, you need to contact the sponsoring organization. Flyers are updated periodically during the month so remember to visit often to check for new postings.

Enjoy what our community has to offer!


Date Event

September 23 Homecoming Dance 7:00 PM

September 26 AVIS Award Ceremony

September 28 Parent Teacher Conferences 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM

October 2-6 Spirit Week

October 2 Booster Meeting 7:00 PM

October 6 North vs. South Football Game

October 13 NEOEA Day – NO SCHOOL

October 18 End of 1st Quarter

October 25 Picture Retakes

November 6 Booster Meeting 7:00 PM

November 7 Professional Development Day – NO SCHOOL

November 13 NHS Induction Ceremony 7:00 PM

November 21 Parent Teacher Conferences 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM

November 23-24 Thanksgiving Break – NO SCHOOL

November 27 NO SCHOOL

December 4 Booster Meeting

December 5 Government End of Course Exam

December 6-14 End of Course Make Ups

December 8-10 Fall Play - “Puffs”

December 14 Winter Choir Concert 7:00 PM

December 15 Blood Drive

December 21 End of 2nd Quarter

December 22-Jan 3 Winter Break – NO SCHOOL

January 4 School Resumes

January 8 Booster Meeting 7:00 PM

January 10 Senior Panoramic Picture

January 15 MLK Day – NO SCHOOL

January 24 CCP Night 6:00 PM

January 26 Senior Panoramic Picture 7:45 AM

February 1 Band Concert: Solo and Ensemble 7:00 PM

February 5 Booster Meeting 7:00 PM

February 8 Parent Teacher Conferences 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM

February 19 Presidents Day – NO SCHOOL

February 23 Winter Formal 7:00 PM

February 27 Band-O-Rama

March 4 Booster Meeting 7:00 PM

March 12 ACT – Juniors

March 13 End of 3rd Quarter

March 14 ACT Make Up Day - Juniors

March 19 Choir Festival 7:00 PM

March 25 - Apr 1 Spring Break – NO SCHOOL

April 8 Professional Development Day - NO SCHOOL

April 11-14 Spring Musical - “Legally Blonde”

April 15 Booster Meeting 7:00 PM

April 16 North Band Contest Concert 7:00 PM

May 2 Band Concert 7:00 PM

May 3 Prom 7:00 PM

May 6 Booster Meeting 7:00 PM

May 9 Spring Choir Concert 7:00 PM

May 10 Seniors Last Instructional Day

May 13-14 Senior Final Exams

May 14 Senior Picnic

May 21-23 Final Exams

May 23 Graduation – Connor Palace Theater 7:00 PM

May 23 Students Last Day

Guidance Department Update

Guidance has been enjoying meeting all our new students! It’s been a pleasure to see all the new and familiar faces!

Guidance is on Schoology!! You can find important information there that will help you navigate high school, future planning, graduation, school tips, and more! Check it out!


We will be speaking with seniors on Wednesday, September 20th about all things college! During math classes, school counselors will go through the college application process, Naviance, and future planning. If a student does not have a math class, we will make announcements for them to come to a class during their free period. If a student is not attending North all day, information will be emailed to the student. Directions and other helpful tips can be found on Schoology in the Senior folder.

Colleges are beginning to visit our school! If you are interested in hearing more about a certain college please come to the guidance office to sign up. Seniors may go to five(5) visits and Juniors may go to four (4) visits. A list of college visits can be found here.

Mrs. Gallucci Last Names A-E

Mrs. Vaughan Last Names F-K

Mr. Zenz Last Names L-Q

Mrs. Phillips Last Names RZ

Mrs. Ungar Guidance Secretary

All information related to the guidance department can be found HERE.