- Key Club officer elections are today after school in room 234. Members please try to attend.
- Attention ski club, the trip today is on. The buses leave promptly at 2:45.
- Today is the last day to order your roses and chocolate valentine during L1 and L2 from the Habitat for Humanity club.
- Juniors and Seniors! A representative from Rutgers will be here in Guidance today during the lunch periods. If you are interested in meeting with her, please go to Naviance and sign up in RepVisits.
- The next English SAT Prep session will take place today, beginning at 3:00 in room 018. No sign up is necessary.
- The next Math SAT prep session will be today, in room 207 starting at 3:10.
- The next GSA meeting will be today in room 015! We hope to see you there!
- Math league will be held today after school. Please enter through cafeteria B
- NJ YAG will be meeting after school today in room 243. If you have not turned in your paperwork and deposit they are due ASAP, please see Mrs. Voegele if you have any questions.
- It’s that time of year again – time to buy your tickets to the Winter Musical! Tickets for the show Bye Bye Birdieare now available for purchase online! In order to buy your tickets, please either visit the school’s ThunderTix website or send a message to NHTOtickets@gmail.com, and all necessary information will be emailed to you. Don’t miss this incredible showcase of student talent!
- Juniors, get ready for the roaring 20s to come alive again! Tickets for the 2020 Junior prom are on sale now! Simply visit North Hunterdon’s Thundertix website and purchase tickets before February 28th. Questions, contact Ms. Garcia or Mr. Owdij.
Continuing with our Black History Month celebration – Bessie Coleman was the first woman of African-American descent and of Native American descent to hold a pilot’s license. Born in 1892, Bessie got her international pilot’s license in 1921 in Paris, France. To polish her skills, she took lessons from a French ace pilot. When she returned to America, she became a media sensation and performed tricks in airshows for adoring crowds. Bessie’s dream was to open a flying school to train black aviators. She was offered a role in a movie that would have helped her raise money, but the role showed African-Americans in a negative light so she declined. Sadly, “Queen Bess” died in a plane crash in 1926 before she could open her school, but was an inspiration to many later black pilots.
Lunch today is Chicken Bites & Macaroni & Cheese or Buffalo Chicken Pizza