Seniors, Project Graduation Info!
Project Grad Night is just around the corner. This year's event will take place on Thursday, June 13, 2018, at the Durham Convention Center Downtown from 10 pm - 3 am. The event is FREE to you and a 1 guest between the ages of 17-19. All registered seniors will have an opportunity to win scholarship monies and prizes.
Don't miss out on this year's Project Grad Night event. Registration ends on Friday, May 31, 2019.
This year’s registration password is 31ProjectGradNite2019 .
ABOUT PROJECT GRADUATION
Project Graduation was conceived in 1988 when there was a widespread concern in the community about the sale and use of illegal drugs and alcohol by Durham youth. Due to an enormous, sustained effort, it has become a wonderful tradition in Durham, attracting a majority of Durham Public School graduates each year. Few communities with similar programs can claim such a stellar record. The Project Graduation effort is the community at its best — people with diverse racial/ethnic backgrounds working closely together for the well-being of these young people.
POWDERPUFF WAS CANCELLED EVERYONE....
Erica Polanco earned her Community Based Vocational Intern Award from Flowers by Gary on 5/14/19
NHS Honors Society Meeting
New members of the Northern Chapter of National Honor Society, please attend our first organizational meeting on Thursday, May 30th at 8:15 am in N17 with Ms. Cordell. We will be discussing membership requirements of the Northern NHS chapter, the four tenants of NHS, and a brief discussion of leadership positions/responsibilities for next year.
ALSO: Please sign up on REMIND @19NatHon20
Congrats to Melody Harmon who will be Student Body Vice President next year and congrats to Jordan Brown who will be the 2nd Vice President!
Art Club End of Year Paint Party!!!
Tuesday, May 21st 4- 5:30pm
Please SIGN UP with Ms. Stotesbury in A5
“Speaking Up About Mental Health” Essay Contest!
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is encouraging entries from high school students in all communities to its nationwide essay contest. Titled "Speaking Up About Mental Health!" the contest invites students aged 16 to 18 years old to describe their understanding of a mental health issue along with ideas for addressing stigma and improving communication with peers, parents, school leaders, policy makers, and health professionals.
For more information, visit the link below!
Interested in Durham Tech?
A father's statement about Durham Tech: His son participated in CCP and is graduating in 2019; he will finish college in 3 years, saving $75,000 in doing so! "______ has been accepted by all of the NC schools he has applied to which includes NC State, UNC and Duke. I honestly believe the success _____ has had at Durham Tech was a great contributor to these schools accepting him into their programs. FYI, he has decided to go to Duke as part of the class of 2023."
Nutrition Tip of the Day!
Dairy foods such as milk, yogurt, and cheese, contain calcium, a nutrient that is essential for our bodies to not only create strong bones but also contract muscles properly. Take advantage of these foods especially when you are in the lunch line at school- you need three servings each day!
Class of 2019, we have a new way for you to keep informed of such things as scholarships, testing dates, Jostens deliveries, and graduation info! Text @knights-19 to the number 81010 to sign up for Remind messages throughout the year on upcoming events.