- Monday, May 27 is Memorial Day and there will be no school. Memorial Day is the day when those who died in active military service are remembered.
Class of 2019 members – your grad party will be held at the Grace Baptist Church, 4197 State Street SE, Salem. Party time is 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. Tickets for this fun event are available in Room 134. The cost per senior is $10 effective May 24.
Parents and guardians of seniors: celebrate that graduating senior and make them feel special by decorating their locker! This is a yearly tradition for the senior class. Parents decorate their student’s locker with photos, cut-outs, paper and other decorations. If you did not have the opportunity to decorate your seniors’ locker Saturday, May 19, call the school office to make arrangements to come in after 2:30 p.m. on a week day.
Reminder to seniors: locker decorations must be removed by June 5, no later.
The Class of 2019 Senior Banquet will be held at the Northwest Viticulture Center, 215 Doaks Ferry Rd. NW, Salem, OR 97304. Dress to impress, nice slacks and shirt for guys and sundresses for girls. It will be a fun evening with dinner, dessert and senior awards. The cost is $15 per person and tickets are sold at the bookkeeper’s window during both lunches and before and after school starting Monday, May 13. Tickets will not be sold at the door.
Seniors that were unable to pick up their cap and gown while Jostens was at the school can pick them up in the main office.
Congratulations to the North Salem Regional Math Team! The Math Viks competed April 12 against 14 other teams from the Salem area. Caroline Ming placed first in 25-Minus for Algebra I. Paul Quach placed first in 25-Minus for Geometry. Eli Black and Paul Quach placed first in Geometry Team Problem Solving. Julian Haro and Brandon Cervantes placed first in Algebra II Team Problem Solving. Dana Romero and Changboon Sirisoontranon placed 2nd in Pre-Calculus Team Problem Solving. Chang also qualified for the state competition by placing 2nd in qualifying rounds. Great job math-letes. Keep calculating and carry on!
SKPS Launches District-wide Remind for Educators
Does your student’s teacher or school currently use the Remind App to communicate about upcoming events, assignments and more? Through a recent partnership with the Oregon Department of Education, all Salem-Keizer Public Schools will now have access to the Remind App to help improve and streamline communication with our students and families.
The Remind App offers educators, students, parents and guardians a safe and effective way to communicate about school assignments and grades, ask questions, collaborate and more. Be sure to download the Remind app today and contact your school to learn more about specific tools being utilized in your student classrooms.
For more information about the Remind App select this link: remind.com
- June 1 & 8
Saturday School is a great opportunity for students to study, work on assignments or get some help with learning challenging concepts; and a place to get their work done before semester finals.
The Downtown Rotary Club of Salem has a tradition of honoring outstanding high school students from North Salem High School and South Salem High School through their program. Students are selected from each school according to a theme for the month. At North Salem the principal and teaching staff select students of good character, high academic achievement, and success in the theme area of the month. North Salem would like to thank the Downtown Rotary for their investment in our students!
The following students have been recognized according to the themes below:
- September: Kiara Ballard, ASB President
- October: Marta Jantzi, Fall Athlete
- November: Matthew Meyer, Humanities
- December: Azusena Rosales Suares
- January: Susan Thao, Service Above Self
- February: Phaver Swank, Winter Athlete
- March: Salvador Garcia Perez, Performing Arts
- April: Cameron Kallhoff, Spring Athlete