NORTH PENN HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
Kyle Berger, Director of Student Activities
KNIGHT RIDERS! Your first club meeting will be Thursday, September 19 in C15 at 2:20. Sign up for the late bus in your HOOF. Your first riding trip will be a mini-lesson at Fog Mt. Farm on Sunday, September 29. Watch for emails with details at your North Penn address. Email Dr. Leithold at email@example.com with questions.
GOODWILL AMBASSADORS: First meeting will be held on Thursday, September 19 in the faculty cafeteria.
FBLA will hold its first organizational meeting of this year on Thursday, September 19 at 2:30 in the Cookie Corner. Everyone is invited to attend and find out about FBLA!
DEMOCRATS CLUB will hold its first meeting, after school, Friday, September 20 in room K223. All are welcome.
NHS applications are available in A22 and A24. To be eligible, students must be a senior or junior at NPHS with a 5.0 weighted, cumulative GPA. Applications are due by 2:30 pm on September 20 to either A24 (last name A-L) or A22 (Last name M-Z). This is a hard deadline, and no late applications will be accepted.
PEOPLE VS. POVERTY CLUB is having its first meeting on Wednesday, September 25. The meeting will be in K228 at 2:15. We hope to see you there!
CHRISTIAN CLUB will be hosting our part of the annual, nationwide meeting called "See you at the Pole" where students gather to pray for their schools. We will start at 6:30 am in the courtyard (outside the bus circle) on Wednesday, September 25. All are welcome to join us as you arrive.
MOCK TRIAL TEAM: Starting September 25, the Mock Trial Team will meet in K32 every Wednesday after school. Come join us if you want to learn to be witnesses and lawyers and compete against other schools in front of real trial judges at the courthouse in Norristown.
ROBOTICS CLUB will meet Tuesday night from 6-8 at North Montco and Thursday after school from 2:30-5:30.
CHESS CLUB: Do you want your face on a chess piece? The engineering department and chess team can make that happen! Stop by at E138 or H8 for a sample and more information.
RAINBOW ALLIANCE, formerly the Gay Straight Alliance, meets the first and third Thursday of every month in K129. Those who are LGBT and allies are welcome to attend.
MOCK TRIAL meets every Wednesday after school in K32. So if you are interested in law or trials and you'd like to act the part of a lawyer or witness in a competition, Come to K32 any Wednesday after school
Upcoming Events and General Information:
YEARBOOKS are now on sale at www.jostensyearbooks.com
LOCKERS: Students who requested a locker using the Google form can now view their locker location and combination in their IC student portal.
CHROMEBOOKS: Broken or trouble with chromebooks, students should take them to the IMC. Forgotten chromebooks, students may barrow a chromebook from D018 in the morning and return them to D018 by 8th period.
TRANSCRIPT OFFICE: There is an update to the Transcript Office hours. If a student needs a transcript during periods 1-4, Mrs. Borchers will be located in the College and Career Center, K31. Students who need a transcript during any other time of the day, Mrs. Borchers will be located in the Transcript Office, F25.
SENIOR CAP AND GOWN: Seniors should visit www.sscgradstore.com to order their Graduation Cap and Gown.
LUNCH STUDY has been moved to D18 for periods 4-5-6-7. You have the option to remain in the cafeteria during this time or if you prefer a quieter space, feel free to head to D18 right outside the cafeteria. If you need assistance or math help, you can also utilize D18 for support. Please see the schedule posted outside D18 for the schedule.
ADAPT PEER TUTORING: Students can access peer tutors in room E126 on Wednesdays during 8B and after school. Contact Mr. Miller in Room A15 if you would like to be a tutor. Passes for 8B can be given by any teacher.
IMC: The IMC will deliver electronic passes (an email) to students for Tuesdays Knight Time and Period 8B. Students will fill in a Google form, found on the IMC webpage to attend KT or 8B in the IMC. This form will generate an email to the student. Students will show this email to their classroom teacher and come to the IMC. Be prepared to show this email to the IMC staff as your pass to enter the IMC.
All existing roles are still in play: Students must arrive or the IMC will write a cut slip; Students must stay the entire time; Students must work/read quietly.
PARKING APPLICATIONS: All student parking spots have been assigned. Home offices will no longer take any parking applications for this school year. Applications for next school year will be available May 2019.
LATE BUS PROCEDURE: Students must be documented to travel on the late buses. If you intend to stay after school to serve detention, stay for a meeting, for extra help, or any other reason, you must either see your coach/advisor/or teacher, or stop by your home office prior to 1:30 to have your name added to the list. The purpose is for us to know who is on the bus and to ensure that students are using the bus for the right reasons.
LATE BUSES: Buses are provided on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 4:30 in the front of the high school. Student must see their coach/advisor/teacher or home office, prior to 1:30, to register for the bus. Students must have their Student ID's when borarding the bus. A map i posted in fron of the K-Pod Reception Office.
Green - Hatfield Area
Orange - Towamencin Area
Blue - Montgomery Area
Yellow - North Wales, Lansdale Area
SENIOR PICTURE: If you have not had your senior picture taken yet, it is important that you schedule your appointment now by logging onto Prestige's scheduling site, www.ouryear.com . Enter school code 415 or you call 1-800-687-9327 to schedule an appointment.
SPORTS SCHEDULE: To access this week's sports' schedule, please click on the link: http://www.npenn.org/athletics
HUNGRY AND STAYING AFTER SCHOOL? Stop in the Knights Knutrition Snack Stand. Located in the Gym Lobby, Knights Knutrition is open every day after school until 3:00. Stop in to get healthy snacks before a game, practice or club meeting. Talk to one of our staff members to open a special account so you don't need cash on a daily basis. Lots of variety to choose from and every Thursday is Chic-fil-a Thursday!
JOB POSTINGS: If you are looking for a job, please see the Job Board in the College and Career Center. Local jobs are posted.
NORTH MONTCO TECHNICAL CAREER CENTER Driver's Ed Class information can be found in your Home Office, K-Pod Reception Office or by calling 215-855-3931.