The Rotary Scholarship is due to the student services office today, Wednesday, March 22 at 3:00 p.m.
Prom tickets are on sale today through Friday. Tickets are $20. See Ms. Patton and Mrs. Horton in the commons during breakfast, passing periods in 127A or Lecture Room during Bonus.
Attention students! Today, Wednesday and tomorrow, Thursday after bonus are auditions for the Spring Play, "Bedtime Stories (Told by our dad) (Who messed them up). Auditions will be held in the auditorium, monologues will be provided.
Mt. Zion United Methodist Church and Tri Kappa Scholarships are due this Firday, March 24th. Please be sure to check out the scholarship rack in the commons for scholarship opportunities. Scholarship information is also available on the school website in the student services section.
Congratulations to the following Tri Kappa Art Show winners. They do not announce placing until the night of the awards program.
Elizabeth Varney (twice), Hanna Dearman, Jennifer Dearman, Joel Haulk, Kylie Powers, Sydney Sabens & Merideth Tyo. The Awards reception is in the Community Rooms A& B at the Crawfordsville Public Library today, Wednesday, March 22 at 6:30 PM.
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
Decisions to delay the start of school, to dismiss early, or to cancel the entire day is made entirely on the consideration of student safety. Developing conditions during a winter storm may vary from one area of the county to another, but the appropriate response is made on a corporation-wide basis. The following information may be helpful to you as you prepare the necessary contingency plan for your child:
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