PA announcements for 5/19 a.m.
Hey Northside seventh graders! This is an announcement from the
Yearbook Staff to you!
Are you a creative person? Do you like computers? Are you good at taking
pictures and writing?
We are looking for seventh graders who would like to create next year’s
yearbook! Yearbook is a fun class for eighth graders to go out and cover all
of the cool stuff from the school year- the classes, the sports, the dances, the
clubs! ALL FROM YOUR 8TH GRADE YEAR!
Seventh graders, if you are interested . . .
It’s the biggest story of the year and everyone’s in it. You’re in it. Your
friends are in it. And so are your greatest memories of the year.
Come pick up a Yearbook Application from the counter in the Guidance
Office! Fill it out and return it to Mrs. Anthony this week so you’ll have a
chance to create the book everyone is waiting for!
Teachers: Don’t forget that tomorrow is the staff appreciation lunch in the teacher’s
lounge. You won’t want to miss it!
The Lost & Found Boutique is back! Please come by the Art Gallery and see if
your hoodie or flip-flops are there.
The Northside boys’ golf team defeated Central and Greenwood yesterday. Top scorer
included Tanner Bennett as medalist with a 37, Gunner Jones with a 40 and Braden
Phelps with a 44. The girls’ team placed 2nd with Kelsey Baker shooting a 44 and Isabel
Hyer with a 52. Great job Spartans!
Attention 21st Century Scholars!!! You have the opportunity to attend “Pathfinders
Summer Program Camp” on the campus of Indiana University this summer. The 8th
grade camp is June 14-18 and the 7th grade camp is June 21-25. The Camp is FREE to
21st Century Scholars. Transportation will be provided. Pick up an application in the
Guidance Office. If you have questions see Mrs. Anthony.
There will be a Northside Players meeting this Thursday from 3:15 until 4:15 to
discuss the end of the year celebration and awards, as well as choosing a state
representative to the thespian board.
Did you play on a Northside Tennis team this year? Are you thinking about trying out next year?
Join Coach Nyffeler and Coach Lahr for the Striving for Greatness Tennis Clinic next week MAY
26th through May 29th from 3:30 - 5:00 at the Lincoln Tennis Courts. There is no cost. Join us
for fun, fabulous skill building and team play. If you have questions, see Coach Nyffeler in Rm.
Attention NMS artists and media center supporters. Northside is entering the Arts Council Mural
Contest for Jackson Place. Come to a brainstorming session after school on Wednesday in room
125 until 4:00 p.m. We will work together to design the mural around the theme of "Dreaming of
a Greener Columbus". If selected as the winner in the school category, the $750 prize will be
donated to the media center. Students, parents, and teachers are welcome to join us!
"The 7th grade boys barely missed out on being crowned Tri-County champion last night
coming in second out of the 4 teams. Central came away with the victory with 72 points
followed by Northside 66, Jennings County 34, and Seymour 24. The Spartans claimed
four first place finishes. Tre McIntyre won both the 100 Hurdles and the Long Jump.
Joe Hauer won the High Jump and Kamal Maharjan was the Discus champion. New 7th
boys’ records were set in the 800 Relay by McIntyre, Brian Federle, Ian Kincer, and
Hauer, in the 200 by McIntyre, in the 1600 Relay by Hauer, Federle, Andre Abedian, and
Aaron Walton, in the Long Jump by McIntyre, and in the Discus by Maharjan. Others
placing in the top 5 of their events were Joey Gerth, Kaleb Horn, Abedian, Hauer,
Walton, McIntyre, Federle, Adam Bowling, 400 Relay Team of Jacob Lashley, Mike
Nielsen, Horn, and Gerth, 800 Relay Team, and the 1600 Relay Team.
Congratulations to the 8th grade boys track team who got 2nd place last night in the Tri
County invitational. Highlights for the Spartans were Ridge Harris 2nd in hurdles, Jesse
Tompkins 2nd in the 100, Tyler Young 3rd in the mile, Skylar Farmer 4th in the 400,
Zach Martindale 3rd in the 200, Dallin Pesce 4th in the 800. In the field events Jesse
Tompkins took 1st overall in long jump, Zak Reeman 2nd in shot put, Thomas Shoaf 3rd
in shot put, and third in discuss.
Thank you to all students who have returned outstanding library materials.
The media center is extending Cookies-for-books day through Tuesday;
if you didn't make it to the media center yesterday, please stop by today and claim your cookie!
ITE will have their Second Semester CO2 Drag Races on Tuesday June 2nd.
Any second semester students that have built CO2 Dragsters at Research and Design need to
complete their cars and return them by Friday May 29th to be eligible to race. See Mr. Musial in
room 133 if you have questions.
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