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NE Info @ 5.5.19
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Monday, May 06, 2019

NE Info @ 5.5.19


It’s Teacher Appreciation Week!  It’s your opportunity to share with faculty and staff members how much they mean to you!  Northeastern is fortunate to have teachers who love their students and make great efforts to keep them on the road to success!


Soccer and baseball tournaments will be this week.  On Monday boys’ soccer will be at Archdale-Trinity Middle School.  On Tuesday girls’ soccer will be hosted by Randleman Middle School and baseball will be at South Asheboro Middle School.  We wish all of our teams the best of luck! Thanks to coaches Delapena, Keller, Oxendine, and Staneck and all who assisted those teams!


Expect interim reports on Tuesday, May 7th.  Please remember that among other promotion requirements students are expected to miss no more than fifteen days per school year.  


In the car rider line, PTO will be offering boxes of Krispy Kreme doughnuts for sale this Thursday, May 9th beginning at about 7:15 a.m.  


Athletic Booster banquet ticket orders are due this Friday, May 10th.


If you plan to attend the FFA banquet, please remember to RSVP as well so Ms. Gordon knows to plan for you.


Students, read those final chapters!  Media center books are due Friday, May 17th.


Band offers a concert on Wednesday, May 22nd at 6:30 p.m.


Our cafeteria needs some time to collect on charges so the final date for cafeteria charges will be Friday, May 24th.  Please plan to send money or a lunch with your child after that date.


Exam week is May 28th through the 31st.  We need proctors to be sure everyone is tested that week.  There will be prize drawings for proctors! Volunteer more days to be eligible for more prizes!  During exam week breakfast will be offered free to all students in the school cafeteria.


The eighth grade dance will be held Friday, May 31st from 6 until 9 p.m.  We want all of our eighth grade students to come out and have a good time with us.  Remember to save the formal clothes for high school and come dressed for comfort!


We have lots of exciting events ahead on the road to success!

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NE Info @ May 12, 2020 This week core teachers are working on state-required transition plans individualized by student and so contacts to your home may be fewer in number. As you work remotely, if you need assistance, do not hesitate to contact your teachers by email and they will be back in touch with you as quickly as possible. When you send email messages, if you do that from the school website the Message Tracker system sends an email back to the original sender that must be verified before the message is sent to the school system employee. If you missed the last instructional packet pick up please arrange to stop by the school between 10 am and 1 pm this week to pick up the envelope. Some envelopes contain important updates about vaccinations and your child’s readiness for the next school year. If your child had remaining money in a lunch account, the funds will remain in the lunch account. For eighth graders moving to high school, the money will move to the high school account. As a reminder, due to recent legislation we expect the school year to begin earlier, with a new start date on August 17th. While most of our students have been completing work online and submitting work electronically you may drop off completed paper packets at the school on Thursday, May 21st. Please also mark your calendar for Thursday, June 4th as we will be collecting from you school property such as chrome books, text books, and library books. We ask that all chrome books be charged fully for drop off day. Again, we will be collecting school property on Thursday, June 4th. The school system has designated Tuesday, June 9th as the final remote learning date. Thank you for the tremendous support during “Appreciation Week” last week! We so appreciate your ongoing support of our school and the connections you have maintained with us. If you are not already following us on social media, be sure to do so at Facebook and Twitter. This week you’ll see featured our eighth grader, Natalie, who recently won an award at the Future Business Leaders of America virtual conference. Congratulations, Natalie! We are so proud of our students and their efforts to keep us all on the road to success! Información NERMS for 4 29 2020 NE Info @ 4/29/2020