Boys swim/dive practice is from 3:45 until 4:45 today. Please be on time.
Science Academic team practice today, Tuesday, February 14 in Mr. Owings room.
There will be a call out meeting for girls tennis Thursday, Feb. 16 in the gym during bonus. You must have a physical turned in my March 1st in order to practice.
All Social Studies Academic Team members must attend a meeting in Mr. Duley's room during bonus on Thursday, February 16.
Students can vote for their favorite teacher to Kiss the pig until this Friday Feb. 17th during their lunch shift. Totals will be tallied up and then on Friday Feb. 24th we will have the pig at school for the kissing contest.
Are you sick and tired of feeling sick and tired? Things only get better when you reach a point of being tired, sick of status quo. Are ready for a change? Are you ready to turn your life around? Mrs. Swank (school nurse) is currently planning a Spring session of the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) for staff, parents, and high school students that are interested in focusing more on your health. CHIP is a lifestyle intervention program that reduces disease risk factors by adopting better health habits. The program can help you lower weight, decrease hypertension and blood glucose levels, and help get your cholesterol into normal ranges by improving dietary choices, exercising, decreasing stress, and increasing support systems. Please attend the CHIP information session Thursday, February 16, 6:30 PM at NMHS room 141 to learn more. Please enter the West door #12. If you are not able to attend but want to learn more, please email or call Donna Swank at email@example.com or 765-362-5140 ext. 235 Monday through Friday 8 AM to 3 PM.
Attention NMHS students! The Blood Drive will be Thursday, March 2nd. If you would like to donate blood, you MUST sign up in one of your classes no later than this Friday, February 17th. You must sign up even if you signed the pledge at lunch. All teachers have a sign-up sheet in their room. You MUST be at least 16 years old and weigh 110 lbs. to donate blood. If you are 16, you MUST have a signed parental consent form turned in by the day of the blood drive. Please see Mrs. Israel for a form. Please make sure to read ALL of the donor requirements BEFORE signing up.
A weekend Red Cross Lifeguard class is being held at Fountain Central High School, in Veedersburg IN, just off I-74. Registration is now open. The Class is put on by BSA Crew 272. Download a flier at Crew272.org or call, text or message the instructor Brian Walker at 765-295-1548 (between 7pm and 9pm) for more information. Lifeguarding is a great job. Guards find work in local community, school, YMCA, state parks, and college pools. You must be 15 by April 1st, and strong swimmer, able to pass a swimming test. Adults (teachers, coaches) are welcome. Classes start Saturday Feb. 25 and run on four weekends from 9AM to 4PM (most Saturday and Sunday's). You will be a lifeguard by Spring break. There is also a lifeguard recert program on March 19th. Teachers and coaches that need CPR certs are welcome to contact Brian and arrange to attend for just those skills.
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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