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601 NPHS Blvd.
North Pole, AK 99705
Students: 7:45 am - 2:15 pm
Office: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sally D Madden
Senior High School Administrative Secretary
Senior High School Principal
Announcements & Upcoming Events
Playing Feb. 27-28 only, North Pole High School presents South Pacific! Watch students perform this epic tale Friday at 7pm or catch one of two shows on Saturday at 2pm or 7pm. Tickets are $10 for adults or $5 for senior citizens and students, available at the door.
Based on a Pulitzer Prize-winning book, South Pacific is set in an island paradise during World War II. Two parallel love stories are threatened by the dangers of prejudice and war. The original Broadway production opened in April 1947, winning the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and gathering 10 Tony awards.
MIOSM Band Concert
MIOSM Orchestra concert
Musical: South Pacific
Musical: South Pacific
NPHS TESTING SCHEDULE
NPHS will be conducting testing during the months of February, March and April. The attached is a schedule of dates. For further information, please contact NPH @ 488-3761.
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Budget Presentation: Thursday, Mar. 5
In cooperation with the Fairbanks Council of PTAs, the Fairbanks School District will provide an overview of the administration’s 2015-16 Proposed Budget to parents and families.
- Thursday, March 5, 6-7:30 p.m.
- North Pole Elementary
- 250 Snowman Lane, North Pole
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NPHS student headed to West Point!
On February 14th, Morgan Conrow, 2014 graduate of North Pole High School, was notified that she has been accepted into the Academy at West Point. Morgan is scheduled to report on June 29th for Beast, or basic training. Congratulations, Morgan for this wonderful accomplishment!
Bell Schedule for Feb. 18th, 19th and 20th, 2015. Week of P/T Conferences.
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Students stand out at Poetry Out Loud
On Tuesday in the Noel Wien Library auditorium, judges listened carefully to district high school students recite great works by poets such as Gertrude Stein, Billy Collins, Cornelius Eady and others as part of the Poetry Out Loud competition.
Poetry Out Loud is an annual event in which students recite poems on stage before judges and a public audience. The competition began 10 years ago with pilot programs in Washington, D.C., and Chicago and now occurs at high schools throughout the nation, with more than 300,000 students participating annually. The event — supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Poetry Foundation and U.S. state arts agencies — aims to foster an interest in poetry as an oral art form and to help students master public speaking skills and build self-confidence.
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Alaska Measures of Progress (AMP)
AMP is computer-based and will be administered for the first time in spring 2015. Learn more about the new assessment and technology practice tests at the Alaska Assessments website.
BELL SCHEDULE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR.
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District Names Annie Keep-Barnes as Interim Principal of North Pole High
Most recently, Keep-Barnes has served as principal of Salcha Elementary, however, she is already familiar to the North Pole High community. From 2001 – 2004, she was the head teacher at North Pole Academy, an alternative school that was founded at North Pole High. Later, when North Pole Academy joined the Star of the North Secondary School, Keep-Barnes served from 2004 – 2010 as head teacher of the North Pole Campus of Star of the North Secondary.
“I'm delighted to join the North Pole High staff, whose reputation for excellence is known throughout the state,” said Keep-Barnes. “As a forever student, I look forward to learning from the faculty, students, and families – and to support them in every way I can. While it is difficult to leave Salcha Elementary earlier than planned, I look forward to the wonderful opportunity of returning to North Pole High.”
“Ms. Keep-Barnes' reputation as an educational leader is stellar,” said Interim Superintendent Karen Gaborik.
The selection was the result of an appointment by the interim superintendent. The district will perform a search for a permanent principal in spring 2015. Information regarding the hiring committee process and participation method will be available at that time.
Welcome (back) to North Pole High, Annie Keep-Barnes!