North Daily Bulletin

STUDENT DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, Apr. 21, 2014                                                                                                                                                                         

TODAY'S EVENTS        

  • Attention National Honor Society current and new members:  You MUST turn in your signed Criteria and Policies before the ceremony or your membership is affected.  If you threw the one away that arrived in the mail, there are extras on the door of Room 229.  Any questions, see Mrs. Much.  THANKS!
  • Attention National Honor Society students:  Remember that the rehearsal is Tuesday.  Current members should report to the auditorium after the pledge of allegiance - you will be returning to your 3rd hour class.  New members should report directly to the auditorium for 4th hour.
  • ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB - Meet in 142 after school on EARTH DAY tomorrow. We will car pool to the Quarry to pick up garbage. All are welcome. See Mr Reinemann (rm 142) or Ms Kuckuk (rm 111) with questions.
  • This year the theme of “North Being North” is taking form as an art installation composed of many – hopefully hundreds if not thousands- of images from our school that capture the essence of how student engagement, respect, and ownership are demonstrated every day at North. We are asking you to share school photos of things that have occurred at North over the past year that demonstrate this theme of “North Being North.”  Photos you have taken can be sent to the NHS Twitter account shebnhs on twitter. All photos need to be submitted no later than 4:00pm on Monday April 28th in order to be considered for inclusion in this project. If you have questions feel free to contact Mr. Jelinek-Zittel, Mr. Kletzien, Mr. Johannes, or Ms. Adamavich.
  • Cruise Control Driving School: The April 22nd class start date is filled to the 35 student maximum limit. Unfortunately no "walk-ins" will be allowed for students who have not registered for this class. There are LIMITED spots still available for the two June 16th classes. Please visit www.DriveCruiseControl.com for more details or to register for class.
  • April is School Library Month. Celebrate by visiting the LIBRARY this week April 21 - 25 (or every week). Love your Library!
  • A Special Congratulations to: Junior Nadia John for being selected to be featured in the Creative Communications Book honoring outstanding high school writers from around the nation. Her essay entitled "Intuition Replaces Intelligence in the Poet" was chosen as one of the best and will be published in this book due out in fall of 2014. Congratulations Nadia!

 UPCOMING EVENTS

  • THE DUNK TANK IS BACK AT EXPO!!! Come and dunk some of your favorite teachers in the courtyard at EXPO!
  • featured teacher "dunkees" include: Brickson, Tagel, Tenpas, Spielmann, Farvour, Jensinski, and our Administrators in the tank are Mr. Thennes and Mr. Stengel. Balls are 3 for $2.00 OR you can do the "automatic dunk" for $5.00!!! Water...water...everywhere - they're gonna get WET!!! This expo event is sponsored by R.A.D.A.
  • CAN YOU HEAR THE THUNDER??? North High's literary magazine the Distant Thunder will be sold at EXPO-May 3rd. Over 80 writers, artists, and photographers from North will be featured in this year's magazine. Cost of this awesome book is $10.00. If you miss it at EXPO extra copies will be sold in room 257.
  • Fans Revolution will meet every Friday at 3:15pm in the Library.
  • Thursday Morning Hunger = Donuts and Bagels. Assuage that hunger with a donut or bagel which can be found on sale in the auditorium lobby each Thursday morning.  Donuts are $1.25 and Bagels are $1.00.
  • Slam Poetry will meet every Thursday after school in room 202.  All are welcome.
  • Discrimination Awareness. We will be spreading diversity and awareness by helping middle schoolers understand it. Any students that are willing to speak to younger students are encouraged to join. Come support the cause and stop discrimination. We are meeting after school on Wednesdays at 2:40 in room 244.

 SPORTS

  • Senior Athletes - if you have received a varsity letter during your senior year please stop and pick up an elk's banquet invitation that will be held on Sunday May 4th at the Elk's club. This is a great banquet and great scholarship opportunities. Stop and see Kelly in the student office ASAP as she needs to know either way if you are attending or not attending by April 21.    
  • Interested in North Dance Team? Try-out practices start Monday, April 21st in the Commons at 6:00pm. See posters throughout the school for details or the North web site for information. Questions - Contact Coach Rautmann.

 COUNSELING CENTER

  • Stop in the Counseling Center if you are interested in meeting with any of the following representatives this month: 4/22 – Air Force @ 7:55am, 4/22 – LTC @ 8:55am.
  • Seniors: Scholarship season is still in full swing. Stop in the Counseling Center and pick up the latest Miscellaneous Scholarship Listing today. Don't miss these great opportunities at free money for college!
  • IMPORTANT SUMMER SCHOOL NOTICE - Summer school credit make-up course registration information is now available in the Counseling Center.  If you know that you need to take a summer school class, register early since classes fill quickly! Booklets for Summer Enrichment Classes are also available in the Counseling Center.
  • JUNIORS & SENIORS - Are you interested in a nursing program? If so, please consider attending the Summer Nursing Camp at Marian University on June 16 - 19. To register, apply at: www.marianuniversity.edu/nursecamp. 
  • AP Pre-Admin Session - All students taking AP Exams this spring MUST attend a pre-admin session prior to the testing weeks. The last Pre-admin session is scheduled for Tues., 4/22 at 3:15pm in the library. All students taking AP Exams this spring MUST ATTEND this session if they missed the previous one.
  • ALL STUDENTS - Are you an outdoor person who like to take an adventure camp? If so, consider attending the Canoeing Adventure Camp on June to July at Rawhide. If you are interested, please register at: rawhide.org/summercamp or call 1-888-745-7445.

 

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Thursday, Apr. 17, 2014                                                                                                                                                                       

TODAY'S EVENTS        

  • Attention National Honor Society current and new members:  You MUST turn in your signed Criteria and Policies before the ceremony or your membership is affected.  If you threw the one away that arrived in the mail, there are extras on the door of Room 229.  Any questions, see Mrs. Much.  THANKS!
  • The French students from Rene Char high school in Avignon, France are coming to Sheboygan October 10-23. If you are interested in hosting, please select a bio. from outside of room 249 and meet with Mrs. Belongie for further instructions.
  • This year the theme of “North Being North” is taking form as an art installation composed of many – hopefully hundreds if not thousands- of images from our school that capture the essence of how student engagement, respect, and ownership are demonstrated every day at North. We are asking you to share school photos of things that have occurred at North over the past year that demonstrate this theme of “North Being North.”  Photos you have taken can be sent to the NHS Twitter account shebnhs on twitter. All photos need to be submitted no later than 4:00pm on Monday April 28th in order to be considered for inclusion in this project. If you have questions feel free to contact Mr. Jelinek-Zittel, Mr. Kletzien, Mr. Johannes, or Ms. Adamavich.
  • Cruise Control Driving School: The April 22nd class start date is filled to the 35 student maximum limit. Unfortunately no "walk-ins" will be allowed for students who have not registered for this class. There are LIMITED spots still available for the two June 16th classes. Please visit www.DriveCruiseControl.com for more details or to register for class.

 UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Fans Revolution will meet every Friday at 3:15pm in the Library.
  • Thursday Morning Hunger = Donuts and Bagels. Assuage that hunger with a donut or bagel which can be found on sale in the auditorium lobby each Thursday morning.  Donuts are $1.25 and Bagels are $1.00.
  • Slam Poetry will meet every Thursday after school in room 202.  All are welcome.
  • Discrimination Awareness. We will be spreading diversity and awareness by helping middle schoolers understand it. Any students that are willing to speak to younger students are encouraged to join. Come support the cause and stop discrimination. We are meeting after school on Wednesdays at 2:40 in room 244.

 SPORTS

  • Senior Athletes - if you have received a varsity letter during your senior year please stop and pick up an elk's banquet invitation that will be held on Sunday May 4th at the Elk's club. This is a great banquet and great scholarship opportunities. Stop and see Kelly in the student office ASAP as she needs to know either way if you are attending or not attending by April 21.    
  • Interested in North Dance Team? Try-out practices start Monday, April 21st in the Commons at 6:00pm. See posters throughout the school for details or the North web site for information. Questions - Contact Coach Rautmann.

 COUNSELING CENTER

  • Stop in the Counseling Center if you are interested in meeting with any of the following representatives this month: 4/22 – Air Force @ 7:55am, 4/22 – LTC @ 8:55am.
  • Seniors: Scholarship season is still in full swing. Stop in the Counseling Center and pick up the latest Miscellaneous Scholarship Listing today. Don't miss these great opportunities at free money for college!
  • IMPORTANT SUMMER SCHOOL NOTICE - Summer school credit make-up course registration information is now available in the Counseling Center.  If you know that you need to take a summer school class, register early since classes fill quickly! Booklets for Summer Enrichment Classes are also available in the Counseling Center.
  • JUNIORS & SENIORS - Are you interested in a nursing program? If so, please consider attending the Summer Nursing Camp at Marian University on June 16 - 19. To register, apply at: www.marianuniversity.edu/nursecamp. 
  • AP Pre-Admin Session - All students taking AP Exams this spring MUST attend a pre-admin session prior to the testing weeks. The last Pre-admin session is scheduled for Tues., 4/22 at 3:15pm in the library. All students taking AP Exams this spring MUST ATTEND this session if they missed the previous one.
  • ALL STUDENTS - Are you an outdoor person who like to take an adventure camp? If so, consider attending the Canoeing Adventure Camp on June to July at Rawhide. If you are interested, please register at: rawhide.org/summercamp or call 1-888-745-7445.

Wednesday, Apr. 16, 2014                                                                                                                                                                    

TODAY'S EVENTS        

  • SENIORS - Now is the time to cast your votes! Take the brief survey and vote for which senior you want to win the various categories. Winners will be announced at the senior banquet. Seniors, please take a few minutes to vote for your fellow classmates! Use this link to take the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JLDZ6PR You can also find the link on North’s Facebook page, website and Twitter account!
  • RADA meeting this Wednesday, April 16th at LUNCH in room 257. April and May activities will be planned - new members always welcome!
  • Attention National Honor Society current and new members:  You MUST turn in your signed Criteria and Policies before the ceremony or your membership is affected.  If you threw the one away that arrived in the mail, there are extras on the door of Room 229.  Any questions, see Mrs. Much.  THANKS!
  • The French students from Rene Char high school in Avignon, France are coming to Sheboygan October 10-23. If you are interested in hosting, please select a bio. from outside of room 249 and meet with Mrs. Belongie for further instructions.
  • This year the theme of “North Being North” is taking form as an art installation composed of many – hopefully hundreds if not thousands- of images from our school that capture the essence of how student engagement, respect, and ownership are demonstrated every day at North. We are asking you to share school photos of things that have occurred at North over the past year that demonstrate this theme of “North Being North.”  Photos you have taken can be sent to the NHS Twitter account shebnhs on twitter. All photos need to be submitted no later than 4:00pm on Monday April 28th in order to be considered for inclusion in this project. If you have questions feel free to contact Mr. Jelinek-Zittel, Mr. Kletzien, Mr. Johannes, or Ms. Adamavich.
  • Cruise Control Driving School: The April 22nd class start date is filled to the 35 student maximum limit. Unfortunately no "walk-ins" will be allowed for students who have not registered for this class. There are LIMITED spots still available for the two June 16th classes. Please visit www.DriveCruiseControl.com for more details or to register for class.

 UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Fans Revolution will meet every Friday at 3:15pm in the Library.
  • Thursday Morning Hunger = Donuts and Bagels. Assuage that hunger with a donut or bagel which can be found on sale in the auditorium lobby each Thursday morning.  Donuts are $1.25 and Bagels are $1.00.
  • Slam Poetry will meet every Thursday after school in room 202.  All are welcome.
  • Discrimination Awareness. We will be spreading diversity and awareness by helping middle schoolers understand it. Any students that are willing to speak to younger students are encouraged to join. Come support the cause and stop discrimination. We are meeting after school on Wednesdays at 2:40 in room 244.

 SPORTS

  • Senior Athletes - if you have received a varsity letter during your senior year please stop and pick up an elk's banquet invitation that will be held on Sunday May 4th at the Elk's club. This is a great banquet and great scholarship opportunities. Stop and see Kelly in the student office ASAP as she needs to know either way if you are attending or not attending by April 21.    
  • Interested in North Dance Team? Try-out practices start Monday, April 21st in the Commons at 6:00pm. See posters throughout the school for details or the North web site for information. Questions - Contact Coach Rautmann.

 COUNSELING CENTER

  • STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP:  Any seniors eligible for the Student Council scholarship are encouraged to fill out an application form.  Applications are available in the Guidance Office and are due on Wednesday, April 16.
  • Stop in the Counseling Center if you are interested in meeting with any of the following representatives this month: 4/22 – Air Force @ 7:55am, 4/22 – LTC @ 8:55am.
  • Seniors: Scholarship season is still in full swing. Stop in the Counseling Center and pick up the latest Miscellaneous Scholarship Listing today. Don't miss these great opportunities at free money for college!
  • IMPORTANT SUMMER SCHOOL NOTICE - Summer school credit make-up course registration information is now available in the Counseling Center.  If you know that you need to take a summer school class, register early since classes fill quickly! Booklets for Summer Enrichment Classes are also available in the Counseling Center.
  • JUNIORS & SENIORS - Are you interested in a nursing program? If so, please consider attending the Summer Nursing Camp at Marian University on June 16 - 19. To register, apply at: www.marianuniversity.edu/nursecamp. 
  • AP Pre-Admin Sessions - All students taking AP Exams this spring MUST attend a pre-admin session prior to the testing weeks. Pre-admin sessions are scheduled Wed., 4/16 at 2:45pm or Tues., 4/22 at 3:15pm in the library. All students taking AP Exams this spring MUST ATTEND one of these sessions.
  • ALL STUDENTS - Are you an outdoor person who like to take an adventure camp? If so, consider attending the Canoeing Adventure Camp on June to July at Rawhide. If you are interested, please register at: rawhide.org/summercamp or call 1-888-745-7445.

Tuesday, Apr. 15, 2014                                                                                                                                                                                               

TODAY'S EVENTS        

  • SENIORS - Now is the time to cast your votes! Take the brief survey and vote for which senior you want to win the various categories. Winners will be announced at the senior banquet. Seniors, please take a few minutes to vote for your fellow classmates! Use this link to take the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JLDZ6PR You can also find the link on North’s Facebook page, website and Twitter account!
  • Attention National Honor Society current and new members:  You MUST turn in your signed Criteria and Policies before the ceremony or your membership is affected.  If you threw the one away that arrived in the mail, there are extras on the door of Room 229.  Any questions, see Mrs. Much.  THANKS!
  • Senior Council is sponsoring a Culver's Night TONIGHT April 15th from 4-8pm. All are welcome. 10% of all profits benefit the senior banquet. Come and support your school and the senior class!
  • Attention all class of 2014 Valedictorians and Class Officers – Please plan to meet April 15, 2014 in room 163 at 7am for a mandatory planning meeting.  This meeting shall be vital for planning a successful completion of your high school educational journey.
  • MANDATORY SENIOR MEETING - reminder to all seniors that Tues., April 15th is the Senior meeting during first hour - head straight to the auditorium, the meeting will begin at 7:55am!
  • The French students from Rene Char high school in Avignon, France are coming to Sheboygan October 10-23. If you are interested in hosting, please select a bio. from outside of room 249 and meet with Mrs. Belongie for further instructions.
  • This year the theme of “North Being North” is taking form as an art installation composed of many – hopefully hundreds if not thousands- of images from our school that capture the essence of how student engagement, respect, and ownership are demonstrated every day at North. We are asking you to share school photos of things that have occurred at North over the past year that demonstrate this theme of “North Being North.”  Photos you have taken can be sent to the NHS Twitter account shebnhs on twitter. All photos need to be submitted no later than 4:00pm on Monday April 28th in order to be considered for inclusion in this project. If you have questions feel free to contact Mr. Jelinek-Zittel, Mr. Kletzien, Mr. Johannes, or Ms. Adamavich.

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • RADA meeting this Wednesday, April 16th at LUNCH in room 257. April and May activities will be planned - new members always welcome!
  • Fans Revolution will meet every Friday at 3:15pm in the Library.
  • Thursday Morning Hunger = Donuts and Bagels. Assuage that hunger with a donut or bagel which can be found on sale in the auditorium lobby each Thursday morning.  Donuts are $1.25 and Bagels are $1.00.
  • Slam Poetry will meet every Thursday after school in room 202.  All are welcome.
  • Discrimination Awareness. We will be spreading diversity and awareness by helping middle schoolers understand it. Any students that are willing to speak to younger students are encouraged to join. Come support the cause and stop discrimination. We are meeting after school on Wednesdays at 2:40 in room 244.

 SPORTS

  • Senior Athletes - if you have received a varsity letter during your senior year please stop and pick up an elk's banquet invitation that will be held on Sunday May 4th at the Elk's club. This is a great banquet and great scholarship opportunities. Stop and see Kelly in the student office ASAP as she needs to know either way if you are attending or not attending by April 21.    
  • Interested in North Dance Team? Try-out practices start Monday, April 21st in the Commons at 6:00pm. See posters throughout the school for details or the North web site for information. Questions - Contact Coach Rautmann.

COUNSELING CENTER

  • STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP:  Any seniors eligible for the Student Council scholarship are encouraged to fill out an application form.  Applications are available in the Guidance Office and are due on Wednesday, April 16.
  • Stop in the Counseling Center if you are interested in meeting with any of the following representatives this month: 4/22 – Air Force @ 7:55am, 4/22 – LTC @ 8:55am.
  • Seniors: Scholarship season is still in full swing. Stop in the Counseling Center and pick up the latest Miscellaneous Scholarship Listing today. Don't miss these great opportunities at free money for college!
  • IMPORTANT SUMMER SCHOOL NOTICE - Summer school credit make-up course registration information is now available in the Counseling Center.  If you know that you need to take a summer school class, register early since classes fill quickly! Booklets for Summer Enrichment Classes are also available in the Counseling Center.
  • JUNIORS & SENIORS - Are you interested in a nursing program? If so, please consider attending the Summer Nursing Camp at Marian University on June 16 - 19. To register, apply at: www.marianuniversity.edu/nursecamp. 
  • AP Pre-Admin Sessions - All students taking AP Exams this spring MUST attend a pre-admin session prior to the testing weeks. Pre-admin sessions are scheduled Wed., 4/16 at 2:45pm or Tues., 4/22 at 3:15pm in the library. All students taking AP Exams this spring MUST ATTEND one of these sessions.
  • ALL STUDENTS - Are you an outdoor person who like to take an adventure camp? If so, consider attending the Canoeing Adventure Camp on June to July at Rawhide. If you are interested, please register at: rawhide.org/summercamp or call 1-888-745-7445.

Monday, Apr. 14, 2014

TODAY'S EVENTS

  • SENIORS - Now is the time to cast your votes! Take the brief survey and vote for which senior you want to win the various categories. Winners will be announced at the senior banquet. Seniors, please take a few minutes to vote for your fellow classmates! Use this link to take the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JLDZ6PR You can also find the link on North’s Facebook page, website and Twitter account!
  • Congrats to the North High FBLA Chapter this past week.  With the help of over 50 members competing, North tied for fourth place at the 2014 FBLA State Leadership Conference out of 205 chapters in Wisconsin.  Students placing in the top five and making it on award stage were: Rachel Joas State Champion in Intro to Parli Pro, Nate Davis, Alex Hopp and Sam Wang State Champions in Sports and Entertainment Management, Tony Boeldt second place in Intro to Information Technology, Karley Campbell second place in FBLA Principles and Procedures, Sam Wang Second place in Who's Who in FBLA, Martha Schmeiser, Margaret Stanskas and Vinny Vitale third place in Hospitality Management, Claudette Beane fourth place in Intro to Information Technology, Caroline Hundley fourth place in Business Math, Brett Pokrzywinski fourth place in Spreadsheet Applications, Lucas Bouche, James Rhode and Shamius Zenk fifth place in Management Information, Karson Bell, Trevor Damkot and Daisy Mata fifth place in Marketing, and Emma Gentine and Adam Albinger fifth place in Partnership with Business. Great job North FBLA.
  • Attention National Honor Society current and new members:  You MUST turn in your signed Criteria and Policies before the ceremony or your membership is affected.  If you threw the one away that arrived in the mail, there are extras on the door of Room 229.  Any questions, see Mrs. Much.  THANKS!
  • SENIORS – It's not too early to begin thinking of graduation.  You will not be issued a yearbook if you have any outstanding fines. If there are books from 1st semester that you have not returned, please do so ASAP.  Please see the list posted in the general office window of seniors who have money in their lunch account.  You can request a refund by filling out a form in the general office.
  • The French students from Rene Char high school in Avignon, France are coming to Sheboygan October 10-23. If you are interested in hosting, please select a bio. from outside of room 249 and meet with Mrs. Belongie for further instructions.
  • Please congratulate the following HOSA members for the wonderful job they did. All first, second and third place finishers will be attending the National Competition in June, which will be held in Orlando, Florida. These students worked very hard on their projects and presented themselves as honorable students of Sheboygan North. HOSA 2014 Wisconsin State Leadership Conference: Nurse Assistant: Mai Vang Chang - 1st place, Extemporaneous Health Care Poster: Nancy Chang - 2nd place, Sandra Chang - 3rd place, Yingya Yang - 5th place, Medical Math: Sam Hopp - 5th place, Job Seeking Skills: Phoua Kue - 4th place, Medical Photography: Windy Xiong - 3rd place, Community Awareness Team: Phoua Kue, Pang Houa Thao and Windy Xiong - 2nd place.
  • This year the theme of “North Being North” is taking form as an art installation composed of many – hopefully hundreds if not thousands- of images from our school that capture the essence of how student engagement, respect, and ownership are demonstrated every day at North. We are asking you to share school photos of things that have occurred at North over the past year that demonstrate this theme of “North Being North.”  Photos you have taken can be sent to the NHS Twitter account shebnhs on twitter. All photos need to be submitted no later than 4:00pm on Monday April 28th in order to be considered for inclusion in this project. If you have questions feel free to contact Mr. Jelinek-Zittel, Mr. Kletzien, Mr. Johannes, or Ms. Adamavich.

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Attention all class of 2014 Valedictorians and Class Officers – Please plan to meet April 15, 2014 in room 163 at 7am for a mandatory planning meeting.  This meeting shall be vital for planning a successful completion of your high school educational journey.
  • Senior Council is sponsoring a Culver's Night on April 15th from 4-8pm. All are welcome. 10% of all profits benefit the senior banquet. Come and support your school and the senior class!
  • MANDATORY SENIOR MEETING - reminder to all seniors that Tues., April 15th is the Senior meeting during first hour - head straight to the auditorium, the meeting will begin at 7:55am!
  • Fans Revolution will meet every Friday at 3:15pm in the Library.
  • Thursday Morning Hunger = Donuts and Bagels. Assuage that hunger with a donut or bagel which can be found on sale in the auditorium lobby each Thursday morning.  Donuts are $1.25 and Bagels are $1.00.
  • Slam Poetry will meet every Thursday after school in room 202.  All are welcome.
  • Discrimination Awareness. We will be spreading diversity and awareness by helping middle schoolers understand it. Any students that are willing to speak to younger students are encouraged to join. Come support the cause and stop discrimination. We are meeting after school on Wednesdays at 2:40 in room 244.

SPORTS

  • Senior Athletes - if you have received a varsity letter during your senior year please stop and pick up an elk's banquet invitation that will be held on Sunday May 4th at the Elk's club. This is a great banquet and great scholarship opportunities. Stop and see Kelly in the student office ASAP as she needs to know either way if you are attending or not attending by April 21.

COUNSELING CENTER

  • STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP:  Any seniors eligible for the Student Council scholarship are encouraged to fill out an application form.  Applications are available in the Guidance Office and are due on Wednesday, April 16.
  • Stop in the Counseling Center if you are interested in meeting with any of the following representatives this month:  4/14 – Marian University @ 7:55am, 4/22 – Air Force @ 7:55am, 4/22 – LTC @ 8:55am.
  • Seniors: Scholarship season is still in full swing. Stop in the Counseling Center and pick up the latest Miscellaneous Scholarship Listing today. Don't miss these great opportunities at free money for college!
  • IMPORTANT SUMMER SCHOOL NOTICE - Summer school credit make-up course registration information is now available in the Counseling Center.  If you know that you need to take a summer school class, register early since classes fill quickly! Booklets for Summer Enrichment Classes are also available in the Counseling Center.
  • JUNIORS & SENIORS - Are you interested in a nursing program? If so, please consider attending the Summer Nursing Camp at Marian University on June 16 - 19. To register, apply at: www.marianuniversity.edu/nursecamp.  
  • AP Pre-Admin Sessions - All students taking AP Exams this spring MUST attend a pre-admin session prior to the testing weeks. Pre-admin sessions are scheduled Wed., 4/16 at 2:45pm or Tues., 4/22 at 3:15pm in the library. All students taking AP Exams this spring MUST ATTEND one of these sessions.
  • ALL STUDENTS - Are you an outdoor person who likes to take an adventure camp? If so, consider attending the Canoeing Adventure Camp on June to July at Rawhide. If you are interested, please register at: rawhide.org/summercamp or call 1-888-745-7445.

Friday, Apr. 11, 2014                                                                                                                                                                

TODAY'S EVENTS        

  • SENIORS - Now is the time to cast your votes! Take the brief survey and vote for which senior you want to win the various categories. Winners will be announced at the senior banquet. Seniors, please take a few minutes to vote for your fellow classmates! Use this link to take the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JLDZ6PR You can also find the link on North’s Facebook page, website and Twitter account!
  • Congrats to the North High FBLA Chapter this past week.  With the help of over 50 members competing, North tied for fourth place at the 2014 FBLA State Leadership Conference out of 205 chapters in Wisconsin.  Students placing in the top five and making it on award stage were: Rachel Joas State Champion in Intro to Parli Pro, Nate Davis, Alex Hopp and Sam Wang State Champions in Sports and Entertainment Management, Tony Boeldt second place in Intro to Information Technology, Karley Campbell second place in FBLA Principles and Procedures, Sam Wang Second place in Who's Who in FBLA, Martha Schmeiser, Margaret Stanskas and Vinny Vitale third place in Hospitality Management, Claudette Beane fourth place in Intro to Information Technology, Caroline Hundley fourth place in Business Math, Brett Pokrzywinski fourth place in Spreadsheet Applications, Lucas Bouche, James Rhode and Shamius Zenk fifth place in Management Information, Karson Bell, Trevor Damkot and Daisy Mata fifth place in Marketing, and Emma Gentine and Adam Albinger fifth place in Partnership with Business. Great job North FBLA.
  • Attention National Honor Society current and new members:  You MUST turn in your signed Criteria and Policies before the ceremony or your membership is affected.  If you threw the one away that arrived in the mail, there are extras on the door of Room 229.  Any questions, see Mrs. Much.  THANKS!
  • SENIORS – It's not too early to begin thinking of graduation.  You will not be issued a yearbook if you have any outstanding fines. If there are books from 1st semester that you have not returned, please do so ASAP.  Please see the list posted in the general office window of seniors who have money in their lunch account.  You can request a refund by filling out a form in the general office.
  • Congratulations to the North High eleven State Qualifiers and one North Eastern Historical Research Winner this past Saturday at the National History Day Regional tournament. Over 450 Students participated at regionals, 14 High Schools sent students to regionals, 11 out of the 26 state qualifiers were from North High School, and North Swept the Paper Category 3 out of 3! Good luck to the following students at Nationals: Annastazia Harriot and Elliot Eisner - Group Website, North Eastern Historical Research Award - MacKenzie Wolf and Madison Wolf - Group Website, Alec Laning, Jacqui England, Gabrielle Tauscheck and Adrienne Tauscheck - Group Exhibit, Olivia Mobley - Paper, Nicole Galicia - Individual Website, Na Lee Lee - Individual Exhibit, Elizabeth Gartman - Individual Performance, Katelyn Mendini - Individual Documentary, Claudette Beane - Individual Website, Victoria Holtz - Paper, Tyra Gutschow and Lily Reyer - Group Exhibit, and Caleb Torres - Paper.
  • ATTENTION NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SENIORS: Scholarship application information is in the basket on Mrs. Much's door.  Applications are due no later than April 11th.  This is for current members AND those being inducted at the end of this month!
  • Attention Students:  Please make every effort to carry your student ID with you at school.  As you know, your ID is required to purchase your lunch and track tardiness.
  • The French students from Rene Char high school in Avignon, France are coming to Sheboygan October 10-23. If you are interested in hosting, please select a bio. from outside of room 249 and meet with Mrs. Belongie for further instructions.
  • Please congratulate the following HOSA members for the wonderful job they did. All first, second and third place finishers will be attending the National Competition in June, which will be held in Orlando, Florida. These students worked very hard on their projects and presented themselves as honorable students of Sheboygan North. HOSA 2014 Wisconsin State Leadership Conference: Nurse Assistant: Mai Vang Chang - 1st place, Extemporaneous Health Care Poster: Nancy Chang - 2nd place, Sandra Chang - 3rd place, Yingya Yang - 5th place, Medical Math: Sam Hopp - 5th place, Job Seeking Skills: Phoua Kue - 4th place, Medical Photography: Windy Xiong - 3rd place, Community Awareness Team: Phoua Kue, Pang Houa Thao and Windy Xiong - 2nd place.
  • This year the theme of “North Being North” is taking form as an art installation composed of many – hopefully hundreds if not thousands- of images from our school that capture the essence of how student engagement, respect, and ownership are demonstrated every day at North. We are asking you to share school photos of things that have occurred at North over the past year that demonstrate this theme of “North Being North.”  Photos you have taken can be sent to the NHS Twitter account shebnhs on twitter. All photos need to be submitted no later than 4:00pm on Monday April 28th in order to be considered for inclusion in this project. If you have questions feel free to contact Mr. Jelinek-Zittel, Mr. Kletzien, Mr. Johannes, or Ms. Adamavich.

 UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Attention all class of 2014 Valedictorians and Class Officers – Please plan to meet April 15, 2014 in room 163 at 7am for a mandatory planning meeting.  This meeting shall be vital for planning a successful completion of your high school educational journey.
  • Senior Council is sponsoring a Culver's Night on April 15th from 4-8pm. All are welcome. 10% of all profits benefit the senior banquet. Come and support your school and the senior class!
  • MANDATORY SENIOR MEETING - reminder to all seniors that Tues., April 15th is the Senior meeting during first hour - head straight to the auditorium, the meeting will begin at 7:55am!
  • Fans Revolution will meet every Friday at 3:15pm in the Library.
  • Thursday Morning Hunger = Donuts and Bagels. Assuage that hunger with a donut or bagel which can be found on sale in the auditorium lobby each Thursday morning.  Donuts are $1.25 and Bagels are $1.00.
  • Slam Poetry will meet every Thursday after school in room 202.  All are welcome.
  • Discrimination Awareness. We will be spreading diversity and awareness by helping middle schoolers understand it. Any students that are willing to speak to younger students are encouraged to join. Come support the cause and stop discrimination. We are meeting after school on Wednesdays at 2:40 in room 244.

 SPORTS

  • Senior Athletes - if you have received a varsity letter during your senior year please stop and pick up an elk's banquet invitation that will be held on Sunday May 4th at the Elk's club. This is a great banquet and great scholarship opportunities. Stop and see Kelly in the student office ASAP as she needs to know either way if you are attending or not attending by April 21.    
  • Volleyball Camp - UW Sheboygan will be holding a camp for girls in grades 7th - 10th, June 16-20, 2014. You can pick up a brochure in the Student Office, or www.sheboygan.uwc.edu/student-life/athletics/varsity/volleyball-women . Contact Penny Maletzke at 459-6643 or penny.maletzke@uwc.edu for more information.

 COUNSELING CENTER

  • STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP:  Any seniors eligible for the Student Council scholarship are encouraged to fill out an application form.  Applications are available in the Guidance Office and are due on Wednesday, April 16.
  • Stop in the Counseling Center if you are interested in meeting with any of the following representatives this month: 4/14 – Marian University @ 7:55am, 4/22 – Air Force @ 7:55am, 4/22 – LTC @ 8:55am.
  • Seniors: Scholarship season is still in full swing. Stop in the Counseling Center and pick up the latest Miscellaneous Scholarship Listing today. Don't miss these great opportunities at free money for college!
  • IMPORTANT SUMMER SCHOOL NOTICE - Summer school credit make-up course registration information is now available in the Counseling Center.  If you know that you need to take a summer school class, register early since classes fill quickly! Booklets for Summer Enrichment Classes are also available in the Counseling Center.
  • JUNIORS & SENIORS - Are you interested in a nursing program? If so, please consider attending the Summer Nursing Camp at Marian University on June 16 - 19. To register, apply at: www.marianuniversity.edu/nursecamp. 
  • AP Pre-Admin Sessions - All students taking AP Exams this spring MUST attend a pre-admin session prior to the testing weeks. Pre-admin sessions are scheduled Wed., 4/16 at 2:45pm or Tues., 4/22 at 3:15pm in the library. All students taking AP Exams this spring MUST ATTEND one of these sessions.
  • ALL STUDENTS - Are you an outdoor person who like to take an adventure camp? If so, consider attending the Canoeing Adventure Camp on June to July at Rawhide. If you are interested, please register at: rawhide.org/summercamp or call 1-888-745-7445.