In the news today, Tuesday, November 1, 2011: Come and learn the routines for this years Dinner Theatre today through Thursday 3:45- 5:30 in the MPR. Warm-up 3:30-3:45. Auditions this Friday from 3:45-5:30. If you have any questions please see Mr. Harper in Portable 14 anytime this week.
French Club meeting today in Portable Four immediately after school. Remember to bring a white shirt to decorate as well as ideas for National French Week.
The Columbus Jr Snakes Ice Hockey team will play on Sunday, Nov. 6 2 p.m. at the Columbus Ice Rink vs. Woodstock, Sunday, Nov. 13 2 p.m. at the Columbus Ice Rink vs. Woodstock, Sunday, Dec. 11 2 p.m. at the Columbus Ice Rink vs. Collins Hill. Northside has 6 members of the team Timothy Murphy, Trent Nobles, Greg Sedlar, McKenzie Stringfellow, Nick House, and Miller Gantt. Everyone is invited to come out & "white out the rink". Good luck.
HOSA is having its monthly meeting this Wed, Nov. 2 in room 506. It is crucial that all members who wish to compete at Spring Conference in Athens attend this meeting. We are also finalizing our community service projects. See you at 3:30.
Junior Council Members- If you want a junior council shirt, please see Mrs. Sappington by Thursday, November 3rd with your $7 and shirt size. All money is due by Thursday as shirts will be ordered on Friday.
The Poetry Club will meet this Wednesday, November 2nd, until 4:30. We will be discussing our upcoming Poetry Competition. See you in Room 104!
There will be a Model UN meeting Wednesday after school in room 305. We will be running a mock session to practice parliamentary procedures. Also, each delegation needs to bring one piece of white poster board to the meeting in order to make you country placard for competition. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Tuite or Ms. Mion.
There will be a National Honor Society meeting for current senior members Friday morning in room 305 at 7:30am. We will be discussing our November project so please be on time.
mock trial is meeting this Thursday in room 309 right after school. this is a mandatory meeting since the case will be reviewed. see you there
Now for a few words of wisdom: Did you know that when George Washington was just fifteen years old he wrote down a list of his own rules of behavior? It was quite a list, and included rules such as not using bad language, not turning your back on someone who is speaking, keeping your clothes and your fingernails clean, and not strutting around like a proud peacock. His last rule is probably the most important. Now listen carefully to the words of a fifteen-year-old boy who would become one of the greatest leaders in history:
Keep alive in your heart that little spark of celestial fire called conscience. In other words, it's important to keep your conscience alive and to listen to it. Your conscience is that feeling in your heart that tells you what is right and what is wrong. Today, follow the example of George Washington by following your conscience in all ways and at all times.
With something to think about, Make it a great day, or not, the choice is yours! And remember patriots, keep your heads up and your minds open! Thank you and have a great day!