January 9, 2018, young cheerleaders preformed in the Memorial Gym at halftime of the North vs. Franklin Community High School varsity basketball game. Their Coach was Sierra Drysdale. For her senior project, Drysdale conducted a 4 day cheer clinic. During this cheer clinic she taught preschool through middle school aged
Be sure to support dance marathon in their pancake fundraiser tomorrow morning. For $1 you can get 3 pancakes and toppings before school, across from the cafeteria. Don’t miss out!
Pictures by Paola Fernandez.
For many North students passionate about the performing arts, the beginning of the year is an exciting time. Every new year always kicks off with the Indiana State School Music Association Solo and Ensemble competition, which many students enrolled in band and choir classes participate in. The competition is open
A multitude of Christmas music flows out of the auditorium as the band prepares for their annual winter concert. “I’m really excited to play with such a great ensemble of musicians. I’m also a little nervous because I don’t feel very well prepared but I’m pretty sure it will go
Christmas season brings with it snow, gifts, joy, and finals. With break right around the corner, students are rushing to study for semester tests and finish projects. “There is a whole semester of work to for, so nearing a test date, I’ll become more stressed out,” Senior Sam Lamba said.
Driving requires a lot more than understanding road signs and traffic laws, especially in the winter. As winter approaches student drivers should be especially cautious when driving in snow, ice or severe weather conditions. “I just got my license a few months ago and I’m really nervous to drive on
Random Acts of Kindness are selfless acts performed by a person wishing to assist or cheer up an individual. Mrs. Arthur teaches Sociology at North, and she has a Random Acts of Kindness program going on in her classes. “Students in sociology are required to do a service learning project,
Thanks to technology, the amount of media the world consumes has exponentially, and its effects have been surprising for many. One such effect that has arisen is the issue of representation, specifically with that of minority populations. A common train of thought is that representation doesn’t really matter, as the
On November 9, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources sold almost 300 acres of land in Yellowwood State Forest to Hamilton Logging Inc. The logging company paid $108,785 not only for the property, but also for the right to cut down 1,733 trees in the area. After hearing about this