Announcements & Upcoming Events
Parent Opinion Poll
PARENTS: You have the opportunity to provide feedback regarding how NPHS is meeting your needs. We would love to know what is going well and areas that you see we can improve.
Please use this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TKV2HB6 to provide your valuable input.
Poll will close Friday, March 14th. Thank you--Dr. Lewis
NPHS End of Quarter Bell Schedule. March 14th, 2014.
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senior parent meeting
Effort dedicated to music education, awareness in Fairbanks schools
FAIRBANKS — The greater Fairbanks community will be filled with the sound of music in March as local students take part in Music In Our Schools Month (MIOSM), a nationwide effort that aims to raise awareness about the importance of music education in schools.
The National Association for Music Education designated March as MIOSM. The event began in 1973 as a one-day, statewide celebration and expanded over the years to a week and finally a month in 1985.
Participation in MIOSM increases each year. Schools and communities throughout the U.S. and other countries observe MIOSM with a wide range of activities and concerts that display the benefits of school music for students of all ages.
Locally, music teachers in the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District celebrate MIOSM with a variety of combined concerts that showcase the different levels and types of music that are available to students.Read full article
Intensive SAT Practice Class Boot Camp 2014
The camp is open to all district high school students and runs March 7, 8, 28, 29 and April 1 and 3.
Fee: $150 (Fee entitles student to all sessions. Subsidies are available based on financial need).
For more information, contact Allicia Tuttle at 456-7794 ext. 17532.
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Outstanding public education has been a longstanding value in our community. This must continue. The time is now for everyone to come together, with one voice, to send the message to Juneau on the need to properly fund education, as the founders of our state constitution so wisely intended.
- Superintendent Pete Lewis
Get informed and be involved!
Information on the 2014-2015 school district budget and some of the challenges facing our district, schools, and students available here.
Parent Input for Teacher Evaluation
The Parent/Guardian and Community Input Form for Teacher Evaluation is available at the following locations:
2. PowerSchool Premier: Log in to the PowerSchool Premier Guardian Portal and select the Parent Input link on the left side of the PowerSchool screen.
3. School Front Office
The valuable information provided in this form will assist principals in making fair and informed assessments on the performance of teachers and will contribute to the improvement of instruction in our district.
Thank your for your assistance.
If you have questions, contact the Technology & Information Systems Department at 452-2000 ext. 11212.
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Bell Schedule 2013-2014
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*********** Patriot Homework Club ************
Do you need help with homework or a little extra tutoring? Get help from our peer tutors Tuesday-Thursday 2:30- 4:00 in the library at Patriot Homework Club! There will be prizes for attendance, snacks and bus tokens made available.
Head Bolt Heaters Operational
Power is on and students can now plug in their vehicles.
Students, remember to unplug your vehicle before driving away!!!
Enjoy the heat!
Senior Pictures for yearbook deadline
The deadline to turn in your senior pictures for the yearbook is December 13. Each Seior should have their senior portrait and two additional photos of their choice. Photos can be submitted as an attachment to an email to Ms. Mcfetridge, brought in on a jumpdrive, on a disc, or hand her the actual photos. Send Questions to: email@example.com
Newsletter - March 2014
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Newsletter - February 2014
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The week of September 9th was a great week for North Pole High School and the Community. Presenters for Rachel's Challenge spoke to the students and the community about the challenge Rachel left for the world after her death at Columbine High School in 1999. The links below will take you to her web site where you will find lots of information relevant to students, parents, educators, and communities. Check it out and start your own "chain reaction".
Student Rights and Responsibilities
The Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook is only available in an electronic version this year. A PDF of the main points in the handbook is available for downloading in a PowerPoint format and a link to more student information is available.
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Class of 2013!!!!
Hello Parents/Guardians of graduating seniors –
Got photos? I would love to see your son or daughter's senior portrait and get your permission to share it on the school district's home page. Please consider sending to Bill Bailey, Public Relations Director, a copy of your senior's photo.
Submit your photo following these easy steps:
You must be the parent or guardian
Email your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
Include student's name, grade and school
Your student's photo will be placed in a photo gallery on the school district's website.