The Northside SBDM meeting is cancelled for Wednesday, January 13, 2021, due to Covid-19 infection rates in the community.
Hello, Northside Families! Please check out this video from Mr. Powers. :) jp https://drive.google.com/file/d/1X04gVvR9u0zqq-dLfeKRGS3CzRKD7tBg/view
Student Meal Information: Meal bags will go out as normal on Friday with students in-seat. On Tuesday 11/17 we will do a bulk 5-day meal bag for All students who were signed up previously this school year. The delivery time will be between 3:30-5 pm. We will offer drive-through service Wednesday 11/18 from 4-6 pm @ HCHS only, for anyone who would rather pick up meals. We will do another bulk 5-day bag delivery Tuesday 11/24, which will include a thanksgiving meal. The delivery time will be between 3:30-5 pm.
An important message for all HC Students: With the recent Red Zone designation due to the high number of COVID cases in Harrison County, local public schools will switch to total virtual learning beginning Monday. Dr. Harry Burchett provided the following statement: Harrison County Public Schools to transition to full virtual remote learning beginning Nov. 16 Cynthiana, Kentucky (November 11, 2020) - On Monday, November 9th, WEDCO reported 10 new cases of COVID-19 in Harrison County. Based on a seven-day rolling average, this put our local incident rate at 20 keeping Harrison County in the ORANGE on the COVID-19 Current Incidence Rate in Kentucky map. Tuesday, November 10th, Harrison County reported 19 new cases of COVID-19. Although the map still has us listed at a rate of 18.2, in actuality our rate at the local level is 31 placing us firmly in the RED. Evaluating conditions in surrounding counties, nearly all of them are experiencing similar conditions and find themselves also in the RED. With a statewide positivity rate of 7.68 and a local incident rate of over 30, it is safe to say that we are experiencing community spread. At this time, few if any of these cases can be attributed to school or school-related activities. Regardless, as our local rates climb, our future actions will be implemented in a way to help keep the spread out of school, reduce the local rate and ensure that learning can continue as safely as possible. Working in close partnership with Dr. Crystal Miller and her team at WEDCO, we believe that the safest plan for this community at this time is to prepare to switch to full virtual, remote learning until such time as the state and local rates reach a point where we can again safely hold in-person learning. Effective Monday, November 16th, the Harrison County Public School District will switch to our Full Virtual Remote Learning Plan. This means all students will learn from home using the Google Classroom. This switch will be effective through November 24th. Harrison County Schools will observe Thanksgiving Break November 25th – 27th. We will evaluate the local conditions to determine the mode of instruction following that date. While we will be in school for the remainder of this week, any parent who wishes to keep their child home tomorrow or Friday may do so, and consider it an early transition to the November 16th - 24th virtual model. If you do choose to keep your child home tomorrow or Friday, this will have no bearing on your child’s preferred learning mode when we are able to return to in-person classes. I know this time is difficult for all especially our families, but please understand that this decision is made with the safety of our students, staff and community as our highest priority. As always, our meal service and other student support programs such as our mental health and wellness hotline and the technology help desk will continue to be provided. We look forward to conditions where we can safely return to in-person learning, and the community is the key to achieving those conditions. Please do your part to continue practicing COVID safety protocols by wearing a face covering, maintaining social distancing, and limiting your exposure in larger than immediate family gatherings. Respectfully, Harry E. Burchett, Ed.D. Superintendent, Harrison County Public Schools
Message for Northside Families 10/23/2020. Lots of important info! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_ESpYBPPtYwfk59TBWZYaquGG18lKy3M/view?usp=sharing
I hope you are ready for week 2 of "Virtual Learning". The staff at Northside has been busy. See if you can find your favorite teacher. https://5il.co/kyxb
Good afternoon, Northside families! Some of you have mentioned the inability to attend our Technology drive-thru on Friday from 9:00am-3:30pm. We have options for you! Please click the link to learn more! https://5il.co/ki1o
Good Morning, Mrs. Tina Schick our Mustang Stable director has a welcome back letter for you and our students. https://5il.co/kh8q
Good afternoon, Northside families! We have almost finished preparing your Chromebooks for check-out! Please click the link below for important information regarding our device 'drive-thru' at Northside, on September 4th. https://5il.co/kgl8
A special message for our Kindergarten students and families at Northside. We can't wait to see you! https://youtu.be/OCjNqwy2KG8
Fill out this survey about food service beginning Sept. 4, 2020 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfAvCDTB7qsQ0clHGW34UCPr2_3GhMhLud15eM_0Id5l2cGIw/viewform
Please take time to fill out this survey about Virtual Learning and Devices you may have at home. https://forms.gle/1DoZ3h65CktpR9U39
Resources for Edgenuity help. https://help.edgenuitypathblazer.com/hc/en-us/categories/360003704913-Resources
Edgenuity videos for teachers and parents. https://help.edgenuitypathblazer.com/hc/en-us/articles/360051618753
Students are going back to school following the holiday break. Remember: STOP means STOP! Watch the proper way to stop for a school bus, and what NOT to do. Learn more at https://www.NHTSA.gov/SchoolBus