A schedule of exams for the end of Semester 1.
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If you are scheduled for classes through Rowan-Carbarras Community College, you will have an opportunity to speak with a representative to have College Career Promise related questions answered.
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“We are thrilled to have Mr. Smith joining us,” says Meredith Williams, North’s principal. “He has a deep love for North Rowan and a passion for serving students. Mr. Smith, having leveraged his amazing musical talent throughout our community, is a role model for our students. He is a testament to the ways our students can use their own passions, especially for music, to guide their own True North.”
Get some additional details on our drive-through graduation this Friday June 12th.
Wearing masks has caused a unique set of challenges, Yoder says. “These masks cause a certain level of frustration. They restrict oxygen, plus it gets hot under a mask. Communication is also a factor, between the players and coaches, too. Lip reading is taken out of the equation. We have to be better with signals and eye contact. Every team is adjusting to it. There is a certain level of inconvenience, but given the circumstances it is very necessary.
The North Rowan High School Cavaliers marching band will combine corps style with show band marching, according to its new director, Adrian Smith. He likens the styles to a battery: corps style is a regular battery, but show band is a lithium battery, running 100 percent, all the time.
Senior Tsion Delaney has spent the past four years at North Rowan High School making what he hopes will be lifelong friends.
Josh Yoder, who teaches American History II this semester at North Rowan High School, wasn’t all that familiar with it, either. So he decided to learn about it, and thought it would be good for his students to learn about it as well. He asked his students to create LinkedIn profiles based on historical figures from the Gilded Age, 1870-1900.
You might think that all school nurses do are take temperatures and pass out aspirin. You would be wrong. The list is so long, in fact, that you may have to go lie down on a cot in the nurse’s office after you read it.
Seriously, it’s a lot.
At North, Abby has been involved with student government and has been member of Key Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, and Junior Civitan. Abby served on homecoming court as a sophomore, representing student government, and as a junior class representative.