News & Notes: June 2013

General Information:
Speech Language Pathologist.
We have been told that a “qualified and highly experienced Speech Language Pathologist” will be visiting Papua New Guinea and staying at SIL for 3 weeks at the end of July. If you feel that your family might benefit from the services of this speech pathologist, please contact the HS Office with further question about scheduling an appointment.

Elementary:
Elementary Library Hours.
The elementary library will be open the following Wednesdays during break from 9 – 11:30 a.m.: June 26, July 3, July 10, July 17.

Jr. & Sr. High:
Grade 7-12 students taking mathematics in 2013-2014:
Grade 7-12 students at NCA are encouraged to have a good calculator for class. In classes up through geometry, a good scientific calculator is helpful.  In courses from Algebra 2 through Calculus, students will need a graphing calculator (preferably a TI-83 or TI-84). These calculators can be rented from the mathematics department ($8 for the year), but it is good for students to have one of their own. Please consider looking into a purchase of a good calculator over the break. Contact Dr. Eggleton (*protected email*) if you have any questions.

Honor Roll. Congratulations to our 2012-13 Semester 2 Honor Roll students!

Grade 7-12 High Honor Roll (Semester 2)
Raylea Bagley
Savannah Beall
Andrew Burleson
Michael Burleson
Micah Burnham
Nathaniel Burnham
Shania Colyn
Sabra Housley
Cameron Ludwig
Nate Marples
Oliver Michaud
Kyle Sasaki
Kayla Tallman
Hannah Watters
Micah Weatherl

Grade 7-12 Honor Roll (Semester 2)
Hozeh Aupe
Levi Bittner
Robbie Bagley
Kara Banman
Sharla Banman
Caleb Burnham
Jen DeJager
Micah Doerksen
Elizabeth Eggleton
Josh Goud
Holly Friesen
Jenna Friesen
Meghan Hamb
Caleb Hammonds
Matt Marples
Lucy Michaud
Rachel Ogg
Scarlett Sutton
Andrew Watters
Rachel Weatherl
Audrey Wise
Kathryn Wise
Allie Woodard

Honor roll grades are tabulated from semester averages. To be named to the honor roll a student must have had no grade lower than a B (83). To be named to the high honor roll, a student must have had no grade lower than an A- (90). Students must be enrolled in a minimum of 3 core curricular classes for honor roll consideration.

Have a great school break!

Share

On June 7, 2013, posted in: School News by