10.5 Announcements

Ms. Lord, Adviser

  • Good morning Bobcats. Today is Monday, October 5 2020
  • Congratulations to the Boys and Girls, JV and Varsity cross country teams! For the first time in school history, all 4 of our teams placed 1st at the 23 team Thunder Invite last week! What an amazing job, Bobcats!
  • Are you interested in the World Famous Role-Playing game?

DnD Club is now meeting in room 4-108 every Thursday from 2:30 PM through 4:30 PM.

Come learn how to play the game and make your own characters.

Spectators are welcome to stop by as well.

Join the Remind for D&D club: text @dnd20nphs to 81010.

  • Seniors, there is an all-Spanish webinar on Thursday, October 8th. Only one registration per family, please. Visit Mrs. Thiel in the Student Success Center to learn more. Register now at http://bit.ly/financialaidnights
  • Submit Senior Superlative ideas on the 2021 Voting Blackboard Page.
  • Seniors: On Oct 14, the SAT will be given on campus for only this group of seniors who have not yet passed the FSA. This will be on campus AND remote students.


  • SGA Executive Board President Erica Schmitt introduces: Mental Health Awareness Week: Today marks the first day of Mental Health Awareness Week. Mental health is a hard topic to talk about with others; however, it is necessary to normalize these discussions. Throughout this week, we will be addressing different areas related to mental health. We want you to know you are not alone and to become familiar with symptoms of mental illness. Each day we will include a hotline that an individual can use to reach out. We hope you gain awareness of the adverse impacts of mental health and help others when they are in need.
  • Anxiety Disorders: This is a mental health disorder characterized by feelings of worry, anxiety, or fear, that can cause an interference in one’s daily activities. Anxiety disorders can range from panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. If you or a loved one are experiencing these feelings, call 1-800-64-PANIC(72642) and talk to someone.


And as always, North Port Works, North Port Wins, Go Bobcats!