2 May April Announcements

Good morning Bobcats! Today is Monday, May 2, 2022. 


If you didn’t buy a yearbook yet, you can still buy online at www.yearbookforever.com. Starting May 11th during all lunches in room 7-209, buy your very own copy of our book for $80 cash or check made out to North Port High School. 


STC Orientation Meetings for Dual Enrollment Applicants begins on May 16th, 2022 @ 5pm for North Port STC. As for applicants who enrolled for Sarasota STC, the meets will vary based on the program. Parent or guardian must attend the meeting as well.  


At least 3x in this time but not every day? Why Is Sun Protection Important? Too much unprotected exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause skin damage (try the Sunface app!), eye damage, immune system suppression, and skin cancer. Even people in their twenties can develop skin cancer. There is a face-aging mobile app called ‘Sunface’.  It allows the user to take a selfie and shows what they might look like in five, 10, 15, 20, and 25 years, based on three levels of exposure the user selects: sun protection, no sun protection, and weekly tanning. Use Sunscreen.

The American Academy of Dermatology recommends that all kids — regardless of their skin tone — wear sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher.  Make sure it’s broad-spectrum (protects from both UVA & UVB rays) and, if you are in or near water, is labeled water-resistant. Apply a generous amount and re-apply often. 

Avoid the Strongest Rays of the Day . Try to stay in the shade when the sun is at its strongest (usually from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.)  Most sun damage happens from exposure during day-to-day activities, not from being at the beach. Cover Up. One of the best ways to protect skin is to cover up. To make sure clothes offer enough protection, put your hand inside garments to make sure you can’t see it through them. Wear Sunglasses. Sun exposure damages the eyes as well as the skin. Even 1 day in the sun can lead to a burned cornea (the outer clear membrane layer of the eye). Sun exposure over time can cause cataracts (clouding of the eye lens, which leads to blurred vision) later in life. The best way to protect eyes is to wear sunglasses that provide 100% UV protection. 


Premier Parking Passes for 2022-2023 are available now. Stop by Mrs. Ladmir’s desk in the office to get an application. $100 gets you a premiere reserved parking spot and the ability to paint your spot. All other parking for 2022-2023 will be $35 and first-come-first-served only. See Mrs. King with questions. 



Project Graduation is at the North Port Aquatic Center on Wednesday May 18 from 5-9pm. All seniors may attend with their school ID. You must be present to win any of the fabulous prizes including tvs and even a truck! 

Class of 2022. Make sure you have requested off work on Tuesday, May 10 for Senior BBQ. The event runs from 5pm-7pm. You will pick up your cap & gown, yearbook, and other senior items. This is the ONLY scheduled time for cap & gown pickup. You must be there. You must have all fines and fees paid to pick up your items.



Tryouts for the 2022-2023 fall cheer teams at NPHS are next week, May 2nd – May 7th.  The online athletic clearance with a sports physical, as well as teacher recommendation forms must be completed by Friday in order to try out. Download the Band app and search for NPHS TRYOUTS 22-23 for more information.


After School/ Clubs!

Student-led Bible studies are beginning after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays, until the end of the year. Hosted by FCA, see Mrs. Brittany Rutherford for details. 



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