Select North Middle/High School students were invited to travel to Washington, DC on Tuesday, May 17th through Thursday, May 19th. Students had the opportunity to visit Mt. Vernon, the Smithsonian Zoo, and they participated in a meet and greet with Senator Tim Scott. Students also toured Capitol Hill, the Holocaust Museum and the National Mall. In order to be invited, students had to meet year-long Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) criteria.
Recommended School Supply List 2016-2017
4 1.5" WHITE VIEW VINYL BINDER
1 5TAB MULTI COLORED INDEX PAPER DIVIDER
4 WIDE RULE BLACK MARBLE COMP BOOK 100CT
1 3SUB WIDE RULE SPIRAL 8.5X10.5 NOTEBOOK 120CT
1 SPIRAL NON PERF WIDE RULE 8.5X10.5 NOTEBOOK 70CT
4 WIDE RULE 8X10.5 FILLER PAPER 100CT
20 NO2 YELLOW PENCIL (LATEX FREE)
1 3X5 RULED WHITE INDEX CARDS 100CT
2 7" PRESHARPENED COLORED PENCILS 12CT
2 3X3 ASST PASTEL POST IT NOTES 4/50SHT PADS
2 KLEENEX TISSUE 160CT
1 EARBUD HEAD PHONES
1 WATERLESS HAND SANITIZER WITH PUMP 8OZ
The SCEA Read Across SC Art Contest
From the Mountains to the Sea, Read With Me
Division III Grades 9-12
1st Place $100 Brittany Bloome
2nd Place $50 Kadeshia Livingston
3rd Place $ 25 I’Asia Walker
Honorable Mention Shonte’ Felder
Junior Class Ring Ceremony 2016
SC Ready Parent and Guardian Information
SC READY is a statewide assessment administered to all students in grades three through eight.
Senior Night was held on Friday, February 5, 2016. The following student-athletes were recognized: D'Asia Houser, Charslyn Jamison, Joshua Harley, Darius Myers and Gregory Evans-Pryor.
Capitol Kids Day
Summerlyn Thompson, 7th grader at NMHS participated in Capitol Kids Day, a pilot project of The Riley Institute at Furman University, a Diversity Leaders Initiative. The program provided seventh grade students from eight lowcountry schools with the opportunity to shadow their state representative for a day. On Tuesday, February 2, 2016, Summerlyn accompanied state representative Russell Ott to the House Chambers and to meetings on the representative’s schedule. The initiative is designed to inspire students’ interest in public affairs and state government.
Super Bowl High School Honor Roll Program
"The NFL started the Super Bowl High School Honor Roll program to acknowledge schools and communities that have directly influenced Super Bowl history and impacted the game for the better. High schools across the country, and around the globe, were given a Wilson Golden Football for every player or head coach who graduated from the school and was on an active Super Bowl roster" http://www.nfl.com/sbhonorroll.North High School's participant was Chuck Darby.
North Middle/High School Juniors Tour Newberry College
Students Selected as Region 4 Band Participants
Congratulations to Crystal Waymyers - 5th chair Region 4 Clinic Band and Jayla Young - 7th chair Region 4 Junior concert Band.
These students will be involved in the Region 4 Band Clinic at the Charleston School for the Arts on February 26 and 27, 2016.
North Middle/High School National Honor Society Presents Miss Eagle 2016!
"Ladies of the North Pole"
Little Miss Eagle-5th grade and Miss Fourth Grade will also be crowned.
When: Sunday, February 28, 2016, at 5:00 p.m. Where: NMHS Gymnasium
This pageant is appropriate for all ages. Audience participation will be required during the program. It is a great way to spend your Sunday evening. For additional information, please contact Ms. Brenda D. Inabinette at 803-247-4539 or via email at email@example.com.
NMHS Student Places in Poster Contest
Congratulations to Mrs. Aiken's art students for entering the Children's Sabbath Poster Contest sponsored on Saturday, October 24th by the Trinity United Methodist Church in Orangeburg.
This year's themes were “When I Need Help, Who Do I Turn To,” “A Good Education,” “Good Health Care,” and “A Safe Environment.”
Madison Self won 3rd place in the poster contest. She received a ribbon, certificate, and a $25.00 gift card. Rebecca Durant, Jakira Scott, and D' Anasia Whaley also participated in the contest. They each received a ribbon, a certificate, and a $10.00 gift card.
State of the Schools Address
Orangeburg Consolidated School District Five held its 5th annual State of the Schools Address on Tuesday, October 15, 2015. Brittany Bloome, a senior at North Middle/High School, had the honor of presiding as Mistress of Ceremonies, while seniors Austin Gleaton and Robert Gordon served as ushers for invited guests. Molly Spearman, South Carolina Superintendent of Education, was the guest speaker at the event. She spoke on a new accountability program for student success: "I believe, and many parents agree with me, that we've been placing too much emphasis on just one test, a high stakes test. So we are writing a new accountability proposal, we need accountability obviously, but this will be based on multiple measures, multiple tests, not just on content knowledge; but on the skills and characteristics that students need to be successful." The ceremony concluded with a presentation from Dr. Jesse Washington, interim superintendent for Orangeburg School District Five.
Lady Eagles, Region Champs
The North Middle/High School Girls Volleyball team won the Region IV-A Championship on Thursday, October 15, 2015. The majority of the girls have played together since the seventh grade. They finished the season with an 11-1 region record. The playoffs will begin on October 28, 2015.
The Choice Bus Visits North Middle/High School
The Choice Bus visited NMHS on September 20, 2015. Students in grades 6-10 viewed an interactive video focusing on the relevancy of education to career choices. Topics highlighted were choosing friends wisely, high school dropouts, avoiding gangs, being respectful to others and career interests. In addition, a model of a prison cell was presented to students in an attempt to show how education, or the lack of, could impact the rest of their lives. The Choice Bus message is “A good education leads to a lifetime of opportunities, and a lack of education will likely lead to a lifetime of despair and hardship.”
Art Students Win at Orangeburg County Fair
Five of North Middle/High School’s art students placed in the Arts and Crafts Youth Division at the Orangeburg County Fair, and two placed in the 2-Dimensional Art Youth Division. First place winners were Accie Herlong, James Jones and Kadeshia Livingston. Second place winners were Brittany Bloome and Jessman Darby. Third place winner was Breasia Johnson, and Brandon Calvert received Honorable Mention. Mrs. Aiken, NMHS art teacher, selected artwork to be submitted for judging from each student’s art pieces created throughout the semester. All students received ribbons and first and second place winners received a monetary award.
North Middle/High School Hosts Annual Blood Drive
On October 13, 2015, the National Honor Society of North Middle-High School hosted its annual blood drive from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. A total of twenty-two pints of blood was donated.
¡Feliz Día de la Hispanidad!
Monday the 12th of October, students of Spanish 1 and 2 celebrated National Hispanic Day (Día de la Hispanidad) at North Middle/High School. Hispanic Day is an annual national public holiday in Spain and is also observed in other Spanish speaking countries. The holiday commemorates Christopher Columbus and the Spaniards first setting foot in the Americas in 1492. In that moment, Spain was the result of the union of the Crown of Castile and the Crown of Aragon.
Also in celebration, Mr. Pelayo, North Middle/High School’s Spanish teacher, cooked for his students a typical Spanish dish, an omelette, consisting of eggs, potatoes, and onions fried in vegetable oil.
North Middle/High School
Teacher of the Year
Ms. Haigler is a life-long resident of South Carolina. She obtained her undergraduate degrees from Spartanburg- Methodist College (Spartanburg, SC) and Erskine College (Due West, SC), and she earned advanced degrees from South Carolina State University (Orangeburg, SC). She has been an educator for over 20 years and has taught at the elementary, middle, high school and college level.
Ms. Haigler has written several grants related to health and fitness to benefit the students and the North community. She has also worked with South Carolina State University, the Regional Medical Center and Eat Smart, Move More, South Carolina to conduct a series of workshops on topics such as high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes for the North community.
In addition to teaching, Ms. Haigler has served as a volunteer Guardian ad Litem for Orangeburg County since 1999. Guardians ad Litem serve as a voice for children who have been neglected or abused. Ms. Haigler is also an active member of her church and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.
Homecoming Spirit Week 2015
Homecoming Reunion Tailgating
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