• Daily Announcements


    Monday January 23rd, 2017

    Day 2

    Band Day “O”


    Help! The "Pawsitive" Puppies from 7th grade art have run away!  If you find one, please read the message on the back and return to room 103 for a reward.  Thank you


    "Attention Speech Team Members! We will have practice on Monday, January 23rd and Tuesday, January 24th from 3:30 until 4:30 in Room 208. We will have the Buffalo Meet on Thursday, January 26th, 2017."


    Attention:  If you forgot to bring in your shoes for our January shoe drive you can still help.  Eagles Act has extended the collection dates.  Bring in any shoes to your Advisory teacher or directly to Mr. Watson in Room 257 any time this month.  Thanks for the help!  A big congratulations to Ms. Mitchell's Advisory which brought in the most shoes by the 13th of January!


    Girls Soccer Grades 6-8

    Come on Saturdays starting this Saturday January 22nd at 10:00 am for indoor soccer.  We will play three 20 minute games.  Cost is $2.00.  Come and improve your skills.  This will be every Saturday through January and February.  Come and you can bring a friend!


    Beginning the week of Monday, January 16: Dreamline will be offering after-school homework help from 3:20 pm-4:20 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, & Wednesdays, in the Dreamline Room, #142.

    You must be able to provide your own transportation. If there are any questions, please contact Ms. Stephanie in Dreamline Room.


    Student reminder: Please remember to walk quietly and calmly directly to your next class to show proper hallway behavior.


    ATTENTION STUDENTS: Ms. Stephanie, Mr. Lamar, Mr. Maiga (Dreamline) and Ms. Brittany (Promise Fellow) have moved offices. They are now located in room 142 (computer lab across from media center).


    The location of homework club is now moved. It will be held in room 142 (computer lab across from media center). If you have any questions please ask Ms. Brittany.


    Winter means colder weather. Our temperatures here in the building may fluctuate depending upon the room you are in and the temperatures outside. We encourage all students to wear layers of clothes in order to accommodate these changes in weather. Please be aware that student should not bring blankets to school as a means of staying warm. Jackets and coats should be worn to and from school but should be left in student lockers during the day. Students who bring blankets to school will have them held in the office until the end of the day. Repeated issues will result in discipline. 


    Project Wisdom

    Good morning, North Junior High. Here are a few words of wisdom.

    Does it ever seem to you like everything costs a lot of money? Are there things you want, but they simply cost too much?

    Well, don't be too disheartened because the best things in life are free. Now listen to this American proverb:

    There is nothing that costs so little nor goes so far as courtesy.

    Think about it. Being well-mannered, kind, and respectful to others doesn't cost you a penny, but it's worth a great deal. In fact, it can help you succeed in life. And it not only enriches your life, it enriches the lives of those around you. Today, remember this: courtesy pays.

    Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.


    Mon. Lunch:                                      Tues. Breakfast:

    Brunch for Lunch                                         Breakfast Pizza     

    Pancakes with Warm Maple Syrup         Banana                                           

    And Fruit topping                                         Orange or Clementine

    Scrambled Eggs                                                                                                                                                                                                    Batter Bite Potatoes

    Fresh Vegetables

    Rosy Applesauce


    Sandwich of the day:  Sun Butter & Jelly, Chicken Salad & Egg Salad