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Senior Breakfast/Graduation Practice-Tomorrow, May 25, Breakfast will be served by your teachers at 7:45 AM in the Commons. Enter through Door #12. Graduation practice will follow until approximately 11 AM.
Any athlete who plans on running cross country this fall who hasn't seen Coach Hicks please do so today to get information about summer training.
Track & Field will have its awards banquet on Wednesday, May 26 at 6pm.
Last call for yearbook-Order online jostensyearbooks.com by today, May 24.
All juniors and seniors are welcome to attend after prom June 4, 10 PM-12:30 AM at North Montgomery High School. Student DOES NOT need to attend prom to participate in after prom.
This is a free event sponsored by the Junior Class Parents.
Any former lifeguarding student that needs re-certified please see Mrs. Hodges.
NMHS Football Parents Club 3rd Annual Golf Scramble-July 31 at Rocky Ridge Golf Course. Teams of 4 Shotgun Start 9 AM Start To register or questions call John Roche 765-366-4221 or Rocky Ridge 765-794-4444.
Darlington Festival/Fish Fry-July 30 & July 31 if any clubs are interested in being in the festival as a fundraiser for their club or any choir members/talent who would like to perform contact Michelle Cash 765-376-8545.
Summer help needed @ Raybestos Powertrain-Earn $14.50 hour + OT premium this summer must be at least 17 years old. Apply at: raybestospowertrain.com or in person at 1204 Darlington Avenue, Crawfordsville, IN (Bring Resume)
The Crawfordsville Parks & Recreation Department is hiring seasonal employees right now. We are looking for lifeguards, concession workers and gymnastics instructors. If you know of any kids that are interested in lifeguarding this summer, there are a few classes left in May to get certified. The gymnastics instructors need to have experience in basic gymnastic skills to teach. The ages vary from 3 years old and up.
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Welcome to North Montgomery High School, an A rated school by the Indiana Department of Education. As Principal, I place great value on working in conjunction with students, staff, parents and the community to ensure we uphold the great tradition of the Chargin’ Chargers. The vision which guides us can be summed up in the acronym SAFE, which represents Skills to Achieve Future Excellence. More specifically, SAFE is our commitment to make sure North Montgomery High School is a place where students come first in everything we do. It is a place where a safe learning environment exists and where students acquire the 21st century skills needed to compete on a world stage. It is a place where our students are encouraged to challenge themselves both mentally and physically. Finally, North Montgomery High School is a place where the adults care about kids and make it their mission to prepare our students for life beyond these walls.
-Michael Cox, Principal