Our next PTO meeting is scheduled for Monday, November 10th @ 5:15. I hope you can attend.

Monday
Chicken Patty on Bun OR Spicy Chicken Patty on Bun OR Yogurt/Mozzarella Cheese Stick/Goldfish Crackers
Cherry Tomatoes
Green Beans
Fruit

Tuesday
Mini Corn Dogs OR Ham on Bun
Baked Beans
Cucumber/Celery/Tomato Cup
Fruit

Wednesday
Homemade Lasagna w/Breadstick OR Yogurt/Mozzarella Cheese Stick/Goldfish Crackers
Carrot Sticks
Peas
Fruit

Thursday
Pizza Bagel OR Turkey on Bun
Lettuce/Tomato
California Blend Vegetables
Fruit

Friday
Taco Salad w/Chips and Cheese OR Yogurt/Mozzarella Cheese Sticks/Goldfish Crackers
Refried Beans
Corn
Fruit

Monday
Chicken Rings w/Roll OR Yogurt/Mozzarella Cheese Sticks/Goldfish Crackers
Carrot Sticks
Mashed Potatoes
Fruit

Tuesday
Hot dog on Bun w/Cheese OR Ham on Bun
Cherry Tomatoes
Potato Wedges
Fruit

Wednesday
1/2 Grilled Cheese w/Chicken Noodle Soup OR Yogurt/Mozzarella Cheese Sticks/Goldfish Crackers
Broccoli w/Cheese
Tossed Salad
Fruit Salad

Thursday
Ravioli w/Breadstick OR Turkey on Bun
Lettuce/Tomato
Corn
Fruit
Juice

Friday
Fish Nuggets OR Yogurt/Mozzarella Cheese Sticks/Goldfish Crackers
Corn Muffin
Pinto Beans
Fresh Broccoli/Cauliflower w/Ranch Dressing
Fruit

Harrison County Schools will be on Fall Break the week of October 13th-17th.
Enjoy it!!!!

See you back on Monday, October 20th!!!

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Monday
Chicken Nuggets w/Roll OR Yogurt/Mozzarella Cheese Sticks/Gold Fish Crackers
Broccoli Cup w/ Ranch Dressing
Corn on the Cob
Fruit

Tuesday
Hamburger w/Cheese OR Ham on Bun
Lettuce/Tomato/Onion
Roasted Potatoes
Fruit

Wednesday
Chicken w/Dumplings OR Yogurt/Mozzarella Cheese Sticks/Gold Fish Crackers
Carrot Sticks
Green Beans
Fruit

Thursday
Cheese Pizza OR Turkey on Bun
Lettuce/Tomato
Peas
Fruit

Friday
Taco Pie OR Yogurt/Mozzarella Cheese Sticks/Gold Fish Crackers
Green/Red Peppers w/Ranch Dressing
California Blend Vegetables
Fruit

What a GREAT day today!!! Our students spent most of their day creating art! They painted, cut, glued, printed, and drew to create some beautiful works of art! They learned about landscapes, still life, printing, portraits, repetition of patterns, pop art, and re-purposed by using old newspaper for drawing paper. Thanks to several parent volunteers who came to help.
Thanks to Mrs. Grob for planning the day and thanks to all the staff who helped make the day special and rewarding to our students. More works of art and pictures from Art Day will be posted on our school website in the next few days.

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Northside students were treated with a mini assembly by the Omega Force Strength. They performed feats of strength, as well as, shared positive ideas of; holding tight to your dreams, never giving up, stand up to bullies, etc.
Students enjoyed seeing the “strong” men and hearing their message.

Our 2nd and 3rd graders attended a field trip to the Roh’s Theatre on Friday, September 26th to see the community performance of Charlotte’s Web. Our students had a great time and truly enjoyed the show. Thanks to all who made this opportunity possible for our students! Thanks to the Roh’s and all those who were in the play and/or helped with the play! Awesome job!

Monday
Chicken Fingers w/Roll OR Yogurt Box/Mozzarella Cheese Stick/Goldfish Crackers
Cucumber/Celery/Tomato Cup
Roasted Potatoes
Fruit

Tuesday

Grilled Chicken Sandwich OR Ham on Bun
Lettuce/Tomato
Broccoli w/Cheese Sauce
Carrot Sticks
Fruit

Wednesday
1/2 Grilled Cheese w/Chili OR Yogurt Box/Mozzarella Cheese Stick/Goldfish Crackers
Tossed Salad
Potato Wedges
Fruit

Thursday
Spaghetti w/Breadstick OR Turkey on Bun
Lettuce/Tomato
California Blended Veggies
Fruit

Friday
Fish on Bun OR Chef Salad
Pinto Beans
Cole Slaw
Fruit

Yesterday, September 17th, Northside students celebrated “Constitution Day”, by learning a little more about America’s history.
Here are some “fascinating” facts;

!. The U.S. Constitution was written in the same Pennsylvania State House where the Declaration of Independence was signed and where George Washington received his commission as Commander of the Continental Army. Now called Independence Hall, the building still stands today on Independence Mall in Philadelphia, directly across from the National Constitution Center.
2. Written in 1787, the Constitution was signed on September 17th. But it wasn’t until 1788 that it was ratified by the necessary nine states.
3. The U.S. Constitution was prepared in secret, behind locked doors that were guarded by sentries.
4. Some of the original framers and many delegates in the state ratifying conventions were very troubled that the original Constitution lacked a description of individual rights. In 1791, Americans added a list of rights to the Constitution. The first ten amendments became known as The Bill of Rights
5. Of the 55 delegates attending the Constitutional Convention, 39 signed and 3 delegates dissented. Two of America’s “founding fathers” didn’t sign the Constitution. Thomas Jefferson was representing his country in France and John Adams was doing the same in Great Britain.
6. Established on November 26, 1789, the first national “Thanksgiving Day” was originally created by George Washington as a way of “giving thanks” for the Constitution.
7. Of the written national constitutions, the U.S. Constitution is the oldest and shortest.
8. At 81, Benjamin Franklin of Pennsylvania was the oldest delegate at the Constitutional Convention and at 26, Jonathon Dayton of New Jersey was the youngest.
9.The original Constitution is on display at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, it was moved to Fort Knox for safekeeping.
10. More than 11,000 amendments have been introduced in Congress. Thirty three have gone to the states to be ratified and twenty seven have received the necessary approval from the states to actually become amendments to the Constitution.

We the People