3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Math PLC Meeting-Rm 48
1:30 PM - 2:00 PM Re-Dedication Ceremony
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Athletic Boosters Meeting-Cafeteria
Viking Pride! It is more than what we do on the athletic field or court. It epitomizes how we feel about being part of the Niles community. Niles is a great place to live. It is also a great place to learn, to play and to be. Viking Pride embodies how we feel about ourselves and our community. Niles Community Schools, in partnership with the community, is dedicated to inspiring and preparing all learners through diverse opportunities to challenge the present and enrich the future. Viking Pride is Alive!
Announcements for 9-6-18
T-Shirt & Float Planning meeting in Mrs. Racht's office after school today (Thurs 9/6) if you have ideas to share. Will only last 20-30 min. Also if you would like to purchase a class homecoming shirt, they are $12. Please see Mrs. Racht to order & pay before deadline next week on 9/12.
There will be a short meeting after school in the library with Mr.Smith to discuss class float, prom possibilities and t-shirts. You can order for your t-shirts through Trisha Brazo in the main HS office or through Mrs.Porter in the library. Payment is due at the time of ordering, the cost is $14-this is also a fundraiser for prom.
Interested in joining Yearbook, talk to Mr. Hawley by Studio 3 in New Tech. We're looking for photographers and writers. 1st meeting is Monday, September 10th after school in Studio 3.
Anyone interested in testing out of Spanish needs to sign up in the Guidance Department. You must sign up by Wednesday, September 12th. Tests will be administered either Thursday, September 13th or Friday, September 14th after school in the cafeteria. This is the only opportunity to test out of Spanish 1 or 2.
Picture day will be Wednesday, September 12th
*Meeting with Administrators
Friday, September 7th
Seniors - 1st block or 7th hour
Freshman 2nd hour
Monday, September 10th
Sophomore 1st hour
Juniors 7th hour
Attention ANY Niles High School student interested in student leadership! Applications for the 2018 - 2019 NHS Student Council are available in the Guidance Office. Voting will take place by grade level in English classes. Members will be chosen based on a combination of voting results, teacher recommendations, essays, and work ethic. See Ms. Freeze or Ms. Rinehart in the Guidance Office with any questions. Completed applications are due back to the Guidance Office no later than Tuesday, September 25 by 3:00 p.m.
Students interested in participating in a monthly Lory's Place student grief group should see Mrs. Racht for information and a permission slip
Students Against Destructive Decision is looking for new members. Check outside the Cyber Cafe/Room 67 for more information about what we do and to sign up. Pink Week is a few weeks away, lots to do.
If a visit is during your lunch you don’t need a pass, if the visit is during class time you must sign up for a pass in advance with Mrs. Busby or Ms. Cain in the Cyber Café.
Saint Mary’s September 10th, 9:00am
Ferris State University September 10th, 1:00pm
Army September 11th lunch
Bethel College September 18th lunch
Saginaw Valley September 19th 9am
Ball State September 24th lunch
Grand Valley State University September 25th 1:00pm
University of Michigan September 27th 9am
Marines September 27th lunch
Tennis match vs Brandywines is cancelled today (9/6/18) due to weather
Friday Night Football v Lakeshore: Hawaiian theme
When it comes to severe weather and the potential for a school closure, I know that the sooner the decision is made the better for staff, students, and parents. Typically, we make a decision to close for inclement weather collectively with Brandywine and Buchanan. Our goal is to make this decision before 6:00am. (More)
After months of gathering information from community stakeholders through surveys, workshops, forums and other means, leaders of the Niles Community Schools district have developed a new strategic plan that will help guide the district in reaching future goals. On February 1, 2016, the Niles school board ratified the plan by approving the district’s new mission statement, vision statement, beliefs and goal statements — all of which are components of the strategic plan. “To use a Viking analogy, we wanted everybody to have their oars in the water at the same time and all pulling together,” said Greg O’Toole, school board president. “I think this was critical to getting to that point.”