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Sixth Graders Use Geometry to Create Robots


 Mrs. Carter's sixth grade math classes created robots as a part of  their geometry unit. Students created nets of rectangular prisms,  cubes, and square pyramids for the parts of the robot. They  calculated the surface area of the robot's hat, head, body, arms, and  legs. The final part of the project was to determine how much  aluminum foil was needed to cover the robot. 

Students Participate in Claflin Honor Band 

 Congratulations to the students who participated in theClaflin Honor Band February 11, 2018. Participating schools were as follows: Bowman, Calhoun County, Clark Middle, Lower Richland, Orangeburg-Wilkinson, North Middle High, and Ridge Spring-Monetta. 

 Students Place in Art Contest

 NMHS students participated in the        “No E-A-R-T-H Without Art” contest sponsored by SI GROUP INC. Using raw creativity, students created artwork using recyclable materials. Larry Price, 10th grade, won 1st place and $300.00 for his Robot made of tin cans, aluminum tabs, water bottles, and foil. Destiny Hansen, 11thgrade, won 3rd place and $100.00 for her Necklace (choker), bracelet, and earrings made with aluminum tabs, ribbon, metal charms. Mrs. Linda Aiken is the NMHS art teacher. 


 Orangeburg County Fair Art Winners

Congratulations to the following students: Megan Swain-2nd place, Dried Beans & Seeds-Armband, Earrings and Bracelet; Daiquel Houser- 2nd Place-Paper, Coil Basket; Morgan Swain-1st Place, Dried Beans & Seeds-Mask & Earrings; Nyriel Charley- 1st place, Dried Beans & Seeds-Purse; Antiana Felder-1st place, Paper Coil Basket; Kevionna Brown-2nd place, Paper Cap. Mrs. Linda Aiken, art teacher, also placed 2nd in Adult Crafts. 


 NMHS Homecoming 2017

 Mayor's Youth Council 

At the October meeting of North Town Council, Mayor Patty Carson introduced the Mayor’s Youth Council.  They are from left:  Zach Edmunds, Brianna Byrd, Daiquel Houser, Carson, Nireon Fields and Patrick Mack.  Not pictured is Amber New.  The Youth Council – all honor students - will be involved in strengthening and developing the community.   Patty Carson, Mayor of North


NMHS Students Attend Statewide Leadership Program 

 Palmetto Boys State and Palmetto Girls State are programs  that includes leadership and citizenship training. North High  School students Daiquel Houser, Amber New, and Patrick Mack  were chosen as delegates and spent a week in June this  summer learning more about government and politics. They  had the opportunity to run for office, participate in mock  elections, and debate current issues. Daiquel, Amber, and  Patrick were selected to attend based on their school  involvement and leadership skills.            

Seniors Prepare for the Future

North Middle High School seniors participated in College Application Day, a statewide initiative sponsored by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education and the South Carolina Department of Education. On September 18, 2017, seniors at NMHS applied to various colleges, and representatives from various universities were onsite to assist students during the process. In preparation of College Application Day, the seniors researched colleges, application deadlines, application fees and personal statements.

 Royal Cadets Shine at Band Competitions

The Royal Cadets participated in the Edisto Blue Machine Invitational on Saturday, September 16, 2017, and wasawarded Best Horn Line, Best Color Guard and 2nd place in division 1A with a rating of Excellent.  The Cadets missed 1st place by 4.5 tenths of a point and had the highest overall visual effect score of all participating bands at the competition. 

On September 23, 2017, the Royal Cadets competed in the White Knoll Silver Showcase and was awarded Best Horn Line, Best Color Guard, Best Percussion, Best Drum Major, Best Overall Visual and Music Effects, and placed 1st place in Division 1A. In addition, the Color Guard had the highest score in the division.

At the Palmetto Esprit de Corps Invitational at Irmo High School on Saturday, October 7, 2017, the Royal Cadets was awarded 2nd place in division 1A with a rating of Excellent.

The Royal Cadets participated in the South Carolina Band Director's Association Lower State Championship at Chapin High School on Saturday, October 21, 2017, and placed 5th out of 11 bands scoring an Excellent rating. 

 The band advanced to the SCBDA Marching Band Championship State and placed 12th out of 16 bands. We are so proud of these students and congratulate them on their very successful season!



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