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PBIS

Reminders

Student Expectations

  • Arrive to 1st period by 7:50 a.m. with materials needed.
  • Keep hands & feet to yourself at all times.
  • Follow dress code expectations.
  • NMS is a gum free school.

Adult Commitments

  • Remind students that cell phones should be off & in their locker.
  • Move, Scan, & Interact with students during passing times.
  • Acknowledge students who are meeting the expectations.

Please Check Lost & Found for your belongings.

Lost & Found is located in the workroom by the Bookstore.

Everyone is invited to attend FCA. Our first Huddle will be Thur.     Sept. 13 @ 7:15 a.m. or whenever you arrive.  

If you have a completed application please bring it to the Main Office at this time.

The 7th Grade Volleyball Team lost to Tri-North 19-25, 21-25. Anna Donica had some great serves to start off game 2. The girls helped each other more while getting three hits on our side. Keep working hard and with intensity!

The 8th Grade Volleyball Team defeated Tri-North 25-11, 25-24! Lauren Barker played a great match with hard, aggressive serves and several key digs in the back row. Kirsten Danford did a nice job serving during the match. Leah Bachmann and Rylie Boezeman had excellent hits and net play to help keep Tri-North's defense guessing. Congratulations, team!!

Northside boys' tennis defeated Brown County Tuesday evening August 28.

Varsity won 5-0 with a game score of 40-1.

Winners for varsity were Avnay Atram, Amrit Kar, Ronit Jha, Ben Gentry, Darren Li, Param Patel, and Luke Sequeira.

JV won 5-0 with a game score of 40-4.

Winners for JV were Sid Kamble, Matt Degner, Sid Jain, Leo Guo, Jaeheon Shim, Zach Kiser, and Ajay Singireddy.

Northside Cross Country went up to Clark Pleasant on Tuesday night. The girls team earned a perfect score (winning 15-53), taking the first 5 spots in the race:

1 Breanna Newell

2 Jessica Meza Sanchez

3 Sydney Morlok

4 Julie Klaus

5 Helen Alderfer

Next came the boys, who also earned a perfect score (winning 15-58). Eight Spartans came across the line before any of their opponents:

1 Clayton Guthrie

2 Jacob Strietelmeier

3 Sam Hobbeheydar

4 Will Russell

5 Zane Moravec

6 Pratt Badve

7 John Merritt

8 Blake Osbourne

Up Next:

The runners will be headed to Brown County on Thursday to take on the host Eagles and Indian Creek.