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KEEP WARM:  Baby it’s still cold outside! Stop by the main entrance or the hornet on the 1st  floor and help yourself to a hat, scarf, gloves, or fuzzy socks if you are in need! Student leadership loves you and wants to help you stay warm this winter! Just grab one off of the clothes line!!

ACTIVITIES:

  • CHORUS: Welcome back, chorus members! Thank you for your time and talent given back in December for our winter concert. It’s time to start a new year  with more music! Please visit the PUMAS  website to see what is ahead, including a  song whose lyrics were written by a  former Northeast student! Stop by the  chorus room to pick up your copy of the  song “Stand”. You may also return your  music as well…just bring it to the chorus  room. Gentlemen, we are also gearing up  for Hamilton’s You’ll Be Back…the crowns  are in! Please go to the PUMAS website  for links for upcoming songs and links. If anyone is interested in joining chorus, please reach out to Mrs. Parker either via Schoology or email at dparker@basdschools.org. We are still  working virtually at this point, but we  want to hear your voice and have you join us! 3. 
  • HOMEWORK CLUB: 8th grade homework club will be meeting in room B305 from 3:05 to 4:05pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Catch up on  missing assignments and get help with your work. If you have any quests please see  Mrs. Papagni in room B305. 7th grade homework club – Miss Rinaldi will be running Wednesday and Thursday this  week in her room A112 from 3:05-4:15. 6th grade homework club meets Tuesdays and Wednesdays after school from 3:05- 4:15pm with Miss Capuano in room A202.
  • MUSICAL: It’s time to prepare for NE’s Musical  Review! Students who are interested in  participating in this year’s performance,  please contact Mrs. Parker. Information  can be found on both Schoology and the  PUMAS website. We can’t wait to work  together and feature our talented NE  students! Questions? Reach out and get  answers…either email or see Mrs. Parker  ASAP. Thank you!
  • WINTER CHESS CLUB: Get more involved and share your talents  with the Northeast community by joining  our Winter chess club! This club will  meet remotely on Mondays after the  school day beginning on January 25th.  You will receive a full proud pound for  attendance. Northeast Middle School  chess club is a great way to make friends  and support our community! Please see  Mr. Wynn in A107 for more information  and a permission slip!

ATHLETICS:

  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Attention all 7th and 8th grade boys interested in trying out for boy’s basketball. There will be a meeting in the auditorium this Thursday (A-L) and Friday (M-Z) from 8:30 to  8:45am. We will go over what you need to know to be eligible to try out for the team. Boy’s basketball tryouts will begin on MONDAY,  1/25 at 3:15 in the Main Gym. You MUST have your physical completed and all forms filled out if you want to try out. See Coach Carlstrom in D106 if you have any questions. 
  • CHEERLEADING: Attention 7th and 8th grade students interested in trying out for winter cheerleading. Tryouts will be held on 2/2/2021 and 2/3/2021 from 3:30 to 4:30 in the auditorium. Please bring your own water bottle and masks must be worn at  all times. Please come prepared to show  the following: 1. Tumbling (Not required but if  you can we would like to see what you can do) 2. Dance routine (8 count minimum) 3. Cheer  & Past cheer experience Think you have what it takes to join the team? Come and try-out. Any questions please see coach Soilymar at scenteno@basdschools.org or you can stop  Mr. Korcienski’s room.
  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Attention 7th & 8th Grade girls interested in trying out for Basketball. Tryouts will be held Tuesday January 26th, Wednesday January 27th, & Thursday January 28th. You must have a completed physical form in order to try out. If you played a Fall sport, a recertification form should be filled out. Please see Coach Rodriguez or Coach Schaffrick with any questions.
  • WRESTLING: Attention 7th and 8th Grade students  interested in Wrestling at Liberty on the  Junior High Team. You must have a PIAA  physical packet completed and turned in  to participate. Practices will be held at  Liberty in the wrestling room in the  evenings starting at 6:00 pm due to the hybrid schedule and other winter sports  practices. Participants must bring their own water bottle and masks must be worn at all times. If you have any  questions please reach out to Coach Tevin Gibson directly at ttgibson86@gmail.com. You can start attending as early as this evening if you have your physical packet completed. If you still have questions  please see my Mr.Korcienski or send him a  message in Schoology. 

THOUGHT OF THE DAY: Earning freedom is important to most young people. Actually, it’s an important part of becoming a successful adult. It means you’ve taken charge in your life and have the freedom to make responsible decisions about how you will live and the person you will be. Sadly, many young people in their attempt to earn more freedom, actually trap themselves in a place with no freedom at all. They start experimenting with drugs and alcohol, and soon they are caught up in an addiction that has complete control over them. And listen up. That’s when they really lose their freedom. The addiction takes complete control of their lives. So here’s a little secret : The secret of happiness is freedom. The secret of freedom is courage. Have the courage to say no even if your peers are pressuring you to use drugs or alcohol. Don’t risk an addiction that could take over your life and rob you of your freedom. Choose what is right for you. You deserve the freedom and happiness that will come with making the right choice

LUNCH: Do you bring your lunch from home? If you do, you can add a fruit, veggie and milk for free!!!  That’s right! You can jazz up your lunch in the cafeteria with a fruit, veggie and milk for free if you bring your lunch from home. Bon  appetit!!

SAFE: It’s SAFE to Tell. The SAFE Team exists to help students with problems in a confidential manner to help remove any and all barriers to education. You can refer your friends or yourself. It’s now safer and easier to tell: just fill out the SAFE to Tell form which you can find ONLINE in your guidance counselor’s resources folder. Don’t  worry, “It’s Safe To Tell.” Thanks for being AWESOME!