Welcome to NMHS!
Congrats to the following academic teams for placing at the Sagamore Area Conference last night:
Science - 1st place (Josh Cochran, Matthew Fritzen, and Victoria Talley) Social Studies - 1st place (Austin Lafoon, Gabe Tuttle, and Riley Brown) Interdisciplinary- 2nd place (Reba Bulan, Jenna Davis, Josh Cochran, Matthew Fritzen, Evie Haas, and Gabe Tuttle)
Tomorrow, Thursday we will be having a Career Symposium. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors will start with a keynote speaker in the auditorium and then attend breakout sessions based on occupations that they selected in their career survey last week. Freshman will be taking Biology ISTEP and then hear a presentation in the auditorium. ALL STUDENTS WILL REPORT TO FIRST HOUR CLASS FOR ATTENDANCE.
There will be a mandatory girls soccer meeting for any girl planning on playing soccer next year on Tuesday, April 24th during bonus in Coach Hodges Health room 141.
Spanish Club will meet during bonus today, April 18 to plan a fiesta for Cinco de Mayo. All members should attend.
Any Spanish 4 student going on the Chicago field trip on Friday, April 20 needs to see Ms. Hicks for important information.
Prom Photos are in. You can pick them up from Mrs. Hinders' room (134) during 5th block and right after school.
Looking for something to do this summer? Would you like to visit the Indiana Statehouse and Museum? Or see "Annie" at Beef and Boards Dinner Theater? Or maybe go whitewater rafting in West Virginia? These are the Bratton Summer Adventure offerings for this year. Forms and information are available in the front office or from Mr. Lutz in Room 132; forms are due in to Mr. Lutz by this Friday, April 20.
Any French club member who would like to go to King's Island should stop by room 109 for a parent permission slip.
SADD meeting Wednesday, April 25 during bonus in Mr. Owings room 133.
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