Thursday, February 7, 2013
Midterms were handed out yesterday; if you didn’t get yours, check with your 9th hour teacher or the office. And make sure you share the newsletter on your laptop with your parents.
Students, if you need to take Drivers Ed, come to tonight’s Boys basketball game here at Northfield–you may win an Online Driver’s Education course (a $99 value)! Sign up either at the game or during lunch today (see Mr. Keaffaber in the cafeteria). And you can enter a second drawing by visiting their website www.thedrivingcenter.net. Just click the Contact Us
tab and fill out your name and email address. Don’t miss this opportunity to save some money and get your license sooner!
Seniors, let your parents know that the deadline for yearbook Grad Ads is March 31!
Just $1 will take care of your need for chocolate. Look for the TGA members with Fannie May boxes or stop by Ms. Carey’s room.
High school students can buy their ticket during lunch to the annual semi-formal dance “Starstruck 2013” and the crowning of the Ultimate Norseman and Ultimate Lady Norse which takes place on Saturday, February 16 at the REMC Building. Tickets are $10 each. Permission forms to bring a student from another school are available when you purchase your ticket.
New York trippers: ALL New York money is due Monday!
FCA is Friday at 7:20 a.m. in the ag room.
Congratulations to our Lady Norse varsity basketball team, as they won their first round of Sectional with a victory over Oak Hill! Sydney Eltzroth scored 15 points, Arie Kennedy had a double double with 12 points 10 rebounds. Sidney Reed had 11 points and Katie Stephan had 7 points. Kylie Echard had nine rebounds and 2 points. The Lady Norse will compete on Friday night against Wabash in the 2nd round of Sectional.
Senior Girls: The Miss Huntington 2013 Scholarship Pageant will hold an Orientation Meeting on Saturday at 9:00 am at Huntington North High School. Flyers are available in the front office.
It’s Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Today’s thought: Don’t give someone the best of you when they’d never give you the same in return.