NC Daily Announcements

February 12, 2018 at 10:48

NC-Editor

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS

CONGRATULATIONS:  Congratulations to the North Central Homecoming Court!  Corey Akers, Sjon Barnett, Jordan Bingham, David Grosfeld, and Ben Price are the candidates for Homecoming King.  Thea Brown, Anika Dean, Lily Hall, Emma Murphy and Emily Spears are the candidates for Homecoming Queen.  Be sure and come to the dance Saturday, September 22, 8:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m., at North Central to vote and see who will be crowned King and Queen!

ATTENTION ART STUDENTS:  Art students if you take an art class period 1, 2, 7/8 or 9th and would like to visit the college rep from the Columbus College of Art & Design, see your art teacher on Tuesday, September 18, to get a pass for one of these periods.

BOYS & GIRLS SWIMMING & DIVING: There will be a callout meeting for any students interested in the Boys & Girls Swimming & Diving Team on Thursday, September 20. Students who are dismissing early (seniors, juniors, freshmen) should report to the NC Natatorium and be seated in the bleachers by 1:40p.m. Students dismissing late (sophomores) should report to the NC Natatorium and be seated in the bleachers by 3:30p.m. For any students unable to attend on September 20, there will be a follow-up callout meeting on Friday, September 21 at 6:45a.m., also at the NC Natatorium. Go Panthers!

REPEAT ANNOUNCEMENTS

HOMECOMING DANCE:  This Saturday, September 22, is the Homecoming Dance, City of Stars. Tickets are on sale in the bookstore annex from now through Friday, September 21, during lunch periods. The cost per ticket is $8.00 in advance and $10.00 at the door. The dance will take place in the student center from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., doors closing at 10:00 p.m. The attire is semi-formal and voting for Homecoming Queen and King will take place at the dance. Student ID is required and breathalyzers will be given upon entry. Students wanting to invite a guest from another school must have a student guest form on file by Thursday, September 20th. Guest forms are available in Ms. Palacios’ office and must be submitted to Ms. Palacios’ office (N706) before purchasing your guest’s ticket.

PLEASE WELCOME: Please welcome 19 German students and 2 teachers from the Max Brauer Schule in Hamburg, Germany. They arrived on Sunday night and they’ll have their first day of school on Monday, September 17. Students will be in Indianapolis until October 2 as part of the German-American Partnership Program. The exchange between the two schools is in its 21st year! The students will initially be shadowing their host family partners and will then have a choice of classes beginning Friday, September 21.  North Central students visited our partner school in Hamburg for three weeks this past June and traveled to the capital city of Berlin for four days.  Our students had a wonderful time with their host families and got to know the language, culture, and people of Germany much better. Be sure to say “Guten Tag” to our guests. Thanks in advance for your hospitality!

UNCF SCHOLARSHIP WORKSHOP: UNCF Scholarship Workshop is for High School Juniors, Seniors, their parents and guidance counselors:

Workshop Presenter: Mary Williams 

UNCF’s Senior National Director of Outreach and Recruitment

Thursday, September 20, 2018

5:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Pike Freshman Center

6801 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, IN  46268

Cost- FREE

ACE MENTORING PROGRAM:  Interested in a career in Architecture, Construction, or Engineering?  ACE Mentoring is for you!  At ACE, you will work with professional mentors on cool projects, take field trips to local construction sites, and have the opportunity to earn scholarships for college.  The first meeting for ACE is Wednesday, September 19 from 2:45 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in room D561.  

CLASS RING ORDERS: Attention Sophomores! Your Herff Jones Representatives will be available for Class Ring orders on Thursday, September, 20, and Friday, September 21, during all lunch periods in the Student Center, and after school until 7:00 p.m. for Family Order Night. Extra packets are available in the Attendance Office, Main Office and Ms. Palacios’ office (N706).

THOUGHTFUL THURSDAYS!  We all experience stress and sometimes it can feel overwhelming.  The good thing is we can learn to handle it & thrive!  Join us to for a hands on experience & fun.  North Central will be offering 4 unique opportunities for students to learn more about stress reduction and mindfulness strategies.

We don’t guarantee to solve all your problems but we do guarantee a place to learn more and find support.

Where:  Room H193 –North Central HS

When:  All sessions are after school – 2:50 p.m. until 4:15 p.m. 

What: Sign up in the Guidance Office.  If you have questions please see Ms. Shannon or Ms. Haslett.

Here’s a rundown of the 4 Sessions –come to just one or all of them!

September 27   *Take a Brain Break     *Brain games & Social Emotional Learning. 

Room: H193 Deanna Nibarger- the District’s Social Emotional Learning Coach will provide strategies to help with self-regulation and calming during stressful times.

November 29  *Take a Body Break      *Yoga & Breathing

Room: H193 Learn & practice basic yoga stretches and deep breathing techniques for restoration and relaxation.

December 6  *Take a Bark Break        *Love on a Leash

Room: H193 (Healing Paws chapter)  Dogs – learn about & experience the therapeutic use of animals.

February 21, 2019   *Take it home Break    *Make & Take Stress relief items

Room: H193 Rotate through stations to make stress relief items and take them home!          

COLLEGE APPLICATION HELP SESSIONS AFTER SCHOOL FOR SENIORS: The NC Counseling team will be assisting seniors with online college applications, sending transcripts through Parchment, Naviance access, registering and sending scores for ACT or SAT and providing feedback on college application essays, resumes and more!  Thursday session: September 27 from 2:45-3:35 p.m. in the Upper Information Center PC Lab. These sessions are designed to meet the needs of seniors who need time to work and to have access to counselors to ask questions.