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    Softball @ Winfield Monday, April 27th at 4:00 p.m.


    A representative from Jostens will be here Wednesday, April 29th for 10th grade to look at class rings. Orders will be taken on Wednesday, May 6th.


    You can still order yearbooks through Jostens until the end of April for $65, or see Mrs. Hughes in Room 106. 


    Any senior interested in applying for the Rotary Scholarship should see Mrs. Hudgins for the application packet. Applications are due on April 30th.


    DCH SportsMedicine Fund Run will be Saturday, May 9, 2015 at TCHS. Details are available in the office. 



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Dear Parent/Guardian,
In an effort to improve system practices, the Tuscaloosa County School System is conducting a parent survey.  We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey.  The web survey will  be available until Friday, April 30, 2015. 
In order to complete the survey, please go to:
 Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous.  Your honest opinion is appreciated. Thanks you for your time and attention to this matter. If you need technical or other assistance to complete this survey, please contact our school office.

 Cindy Long 

Hunter Hammock – 2nd place, US Govt/Econ
Vivi Trull – 3rd place, Public Speaking
Austin Davis – 2nd place, English Literature
Zack Howton – 2nd place, Precalculus/Trig
Taylor Weathers – 1st place, Dramatic Monologue
Hooper Boyd – 1st place, Biology
Kayse Paris – 3rd place, Health Occupations
Connor Sparks – 3rd place, Solo Brass Instrumental
Helen Brinyark – 2nd place, Geometry

Northside Scholar Bowl Team Takes 3rd
The Northside Scholars' Bowl Team accepts their trophy for third place at the Bevill State Community College Scholars' Bowl Competition on Friday, April 10, 2015.  Front Row includes:  Connor Sparks, Vivi Trull, and Hunter Hammock shaking the hand of the Bevill State Representative.  Back Row includes:  Ronnie Beasley and Austin Davis.  Hunter Hammock made the All-Star team, scoring the third highest individual score overall.  Austin Davis was in the top ten highest scorers at the competition as well. 

So, what is enrichment? 

Students are now required only 24 credits to graduate from high school; therefore, we are allowed to offer only seven credits each school year. Northside High School has decided to offer an enrichment period in addition to the seven credited classes. This class will not count as a Carnegie unit, but it will allow your student valuable time during the school day. During this period, students will have the opportunity to receive tutoring in areas where they might be struggling. This class period will be used for required standardized testing, rather than pulling them from English or math classes as we have in the past. This will be a time for the counselor to come in and discuss study skills, career planning, or college readiness. Independent reading time, similar to DEAR time used in middle school, can be continued during part of the enrichment class time. If a student has been absent and needs to make up a test or other work, this time can be used rather than missing more academic time as they deal with make-up work. This will be a time that we can invite military recruiters, college recruiters, business leaders, and other such resource people to be available to speak with our students at length, rather than their being just available for a brief chat during lunch, as we often have them do now. The enrichment class period will ultimately allow students a time to gain valuable educational skills, as well as receive academic and career relevant exposure, without losing academic class time to do so.


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