LIBERTY MAJORETTES: Majorette tryouts for Liberty High School will be held on Wednesday, May 19th at 3:30pm at Liberty! If you are interested in auditioning, please see Mr. Rupnik in the band room for more information.
NORTHEAST MAJORETTES: *Attention 6th and 7th graders interested in being a Northeast majorette. On May 24 and 25 from 6:00 to 8:00pm there will be a practice in the gym in preparation for tryouts. Tryouts will be on May 26 from 6:00 to 8:00pm in the main gym. Please contact Mrs. Ruhf at firstname.lastname@example.org and Miss. Garza at email@example.com if you are interested.
PROUD SOCIETY: Our final Proud Society event will take place over the next two weeks. We will be enjoying a movie and ice cream in the auditorium. Please check the Schoology Proud Society group update for details about dates and times for each grade. Congratulations to all Proud Society members and thank you for your dedication to making Northeast Middle School Proud!
SUMMER CAMP: Sign up for Summer Camp! That’s right, Northeast wants you to get OFF your devices and come to the Hornet Explorers Summer Camp! Camp will be held right here at Northeast for two sessions in July. See Mrs. Bush’s Schoology page for more information and the link to sign up. Space is limited, so don’t wait!
- BASKETBALL: Attention 6th and 7th grade boys. There will be a boy’s basketball open gym on Tuesday, 5/11 in the Main Gym from 3:15 to 4:15. Sneakers are required to participate. Contact Mr. Carlstrom if you have any questions.
- 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.
THOUGHT OF THE DAY: Sophocles was an ancient Greek writer. He wrote about powerful figures who chose a noble path in life that ended in tragedy. If Sophocles had lived during the 1960s, he might have written about the noble but tragic life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Here’s what Sophocles has to say to us today: The ideal condition would be, I admit, that men should be right by instinct. But since we are likely to go astray the reasonable thing is to learn from those who can teach. It’s true, you know. It would be great if we always knew the right thing to do, but since we don’t always know, let’s pay attention to those who strive to teach us right from wrong, whether it’s our parents or our faith leaders or our school counselors or our teachers.
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!
DISMISSAL: Students please note that you are not permitted to remain in the building after dismissal unless you are involved in an activity. If you are waiting for a friend please wait outside the building.
WATER FOUNTAINS: Water fountains are only to be used to fill up water bottles and not to be used for getting drinks. Students are allowed to bring a water bottle with them every day and are encouraged to do so!