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Bell Schedule:

Today we are on an Early Release Wednesday Schedule #4.

Tomorrow we are on a 6-Period Schedule #2.

WHS will be having a Letter of Intent Signing Celebration on Feb. 6th for those athletes who have signed a letter of intent to compete in college athletics. If you have signed or are going to sign you need to go in to see Ms Boyce for further info prior to Jan. 31st so we can honor you. Go Falcons! 


Online registration for spring sports is now OPEN. Spring sports begin on Monday, February 25, the first day we return from mid-winter break. Spring sports include baseball, softball, men's soccer, men's and women's track and field, women's golf, women's tennis, women's badminton (KingCo sport), men's lacrosse and women's lacrosse (non-WIAA sport). 


Please REGISTER SOON by going to the WHS website and choose "Register for Athletics" from the drop-down menu under "Athletics" and follow the instructions to register on FamilyID. Both parent AND student electronic signatures are required. 


Because the Athletic Office is CLOSED during mid-winter break, completed registrations are DUE by Monday, February 4. Registration will remain open but due to the high volume of spring athletes, registrations will be approved in the order they are submitted and may not be approved for the first day of tryouts/practice. Sports physicals must be good through the post season dates for each sport as set forth by the WIAA. Please see Renae Hector in the Athletic Department if you have any questions or need to check a physical expiration.

Japanese Culture Festival! 

Join all four high schools' Japanese programs to celebrate Japanese culture on Friday, January 18, from 6:00-9:00 pm. This free event is open to the community, so come see demonstrations of martial arts, calligraphy, tea ceremony, flower arranging, and more. Hands-on activities will give you and your families the opportunity to try a variety of fun Japanese games and arts and crafts. Students interested in volunteering please contact Mrs. Tsukamaki at ktsukamaki@nsd.org or in Room E202.

Softball Meeting:

There will be a preseason meeting for all players interested in turning out for Softball. The meeting is today Wednesday, January 16 from 1:30-2:30pm in room 513.

End of 1st Semester Information:

As we near the halfway mark of the 2018-19 school year and the end of 1st semester on Friday, January 25, students are encouraged to reach out and keep the lines of communication open with his or her teachers, counselor, and parents and to follow up on any missing assignments. 

Finals week is January 21 - 25.  Bell schedules for that week are as follows:

  • Monday, January 21: MLK Observance - No School
  • Tuesday, January 22: 6-Period Schedule #2
  • Wednesday, January 23: Early Release Wednesday Schedule #4
  • Thursday, January 24: Modified Block 1/3/5 Schedule #37
  • Friday, January 25: Modified Block 2/4/6 Schedule #37

Academic Support is available at Falcon Quest in the Library:

  • Monday 2:30 - 3:30 
  • Tuesday 2:30 - 3:30 
  • Wednesday 1:00 - 2:00 
  • Thursday 2:30 - 3:30 

Additionally, every Tuesday during Advisory students have 30 minutes for tutorial time with teachers or study time with their advisors.

A reminder to mark your calendars for the non-student grading day on Monday, January 28. Second semester classes begin Tuesday, January 29.

We are looking forward to a strong first semester finish!

2nd Semester Schedules

Students can expect to view their 2nd semester class schedules in StudentVUE by clicking "Class Schedule" on Friday, January 25. If a student is unable to access StudentVUE, they should see Ms. Garcia in the Library or Ms. Holladay in the Counseling Office. Other locations students can access their schedules in StudentVUE the 25th include the computers in the Library and/or the College & Career Center before school, during Options, lunch, or after school.

NSD Career & College Readiness SATELLITE OPEN HOUSE, NCHS Commons, Weds, Jan 30, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

You are cordially invited to the Northshore School District's Career & College Readiness SATELLITE OPEN HOUSE on Wednesday, January 30, 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the North Creek High School Commons.  

NSD will be showcasing 11 Career & Technical programs as well as the their complimentary service clubs. The majority of the programs are offered to juniors and seniors with some opening up to sophomores as well. Eighth- through eleventh-grade students and parents are welcome to preview these programs at one venue. The night is full of energy and excitement and you won't want to miss this opportunity to learn more about our amazing CTE programs. 

WHERE:        North Creek High School Commons, 3613 191st Place SE, Bothell, WA 98012

WHEN:          Wednesday, January 30, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.


Come out for Tennis: challenge yourself and have fun. The first day of practice is February 25. Contact coach Hummer at bhummber@nsd.org with any questions.

Support Drama Boosters:

Come support Drama Boosters at Teddy’s Burgers in Woodinville
Thursday, January 17th, 4-8PM. Meet the cast and crew of the upcoming production Harvey!

Poetry Out Loud:

Hey all you aspiring spoken word poets! It's time for the Poetry Out Loud competition! If you love the opportunity to express yourself through poetry, please consider competing in the annual event! Dates are as follows:

  • School Competition:  January 15th after school in the library (location may be subject to change) Time: 2:35 pm.
  • Regionals: February 3rd in Tacoma

If you have any questions please see Mrs. North.

PSAT Score Report Distribution & Informational Meetings

PSAT paper Score Report distribution will take place at the end of second period for:

  • Freshmen – Tuesday, January 15
  • Sophomores - Wednesday, January 16
  • Juniors – Thursday, January 17

Upon receipt of the Score Reports at the end of 2nd period, students will then go to an informational meeting regarding their October PSAT scores during Options in the Theater. Students unable to pick up their score reports on the assigned days should see Mrs. Porter in the Counseling Office.

PSAT/NMSQT scores are like road maps that show what students are doing well and what they should work on to get ready for the SAT and for college.

Questions? Contact Ms. Brenner at sbrenner@nsd.org.

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