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    To view this week's athletics schedule click here.  The Middletown Athletic Department is currently using “rSchoolToday” for all Athletic Schedules.  When you log on to ShoreConference NJ, and click on the link for Middletown H.S. North you will be able to receive all schedules, changes, etc. for all athletic events.


    Check out the MHS North school newspaper for all your MHSN News updates! https://thelionsroarmhsn.com


      • ASVAB Scores are in!  Please see your counselor between periods or during lunch to pick up your scores.
      • Please check the Job Board in Guidance if you are interested in finding a job!  New jobs are posted as they come in. So please check it out!
      • Attention 9th and 10th-grade students who are participating in the After School Learning Academy.  As a reminder, the program will run from 2:20 - 3:20 with English classes meeting on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting February 14 and Math on Mondays and Wednesdays beginning February 20th.  Any questions, see Mrs. Mingio in the Main Office.
      • Just a friendly reminder from the library.  Please return any library books that are overdue or that you are not using.  If you have any questions or problems - please see Mrs. Lippincott in the library.  


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    • Monday, March 18th
      • Academy Chorale meets today during advisory
      • There will be an Environmental Club meeting after school today, Monday, March 18th, in room 2212. Please see Mrs. Woods or Mrs. Woodruff if you have any questions.  We hope to see you there!!


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    • Congratulations to Paul Reinhold on successfully auditioning and being accepted into the Region 2 Jazz Band. Great job!

    • Congratulations to the girls' indoor track team and the shuttle hurdle relay for placing 11th overall this weekend at the New Balance National Championships. The girls hurdle relay broke a school record and had one of the highest finishes in school history for a girls relay at the National Championships.  The relay was made up of Olivia Kelty, Darien Rinn, Hailey Guerrieri, and Katelyn Reid. All four girls will be back next year for a shot at becoming All Americans. Great job girls!

    • Congratulations to the DECA students who competed at the State Conference and won the right to represent the state of NJ at the international conference in Orlando, Florida in April.  The students are:  Jonathan Rasnitsyn, James Davis, Nick Giunta, and Matt Herbert.

    • Congratulations to North winners at the Brightside Film Festival

    • Alex Lehotsky for the Rising Star award, Yazemin Yilmaz for the Best Dance/Music Video, Liam Finn for Best Special Effects for The Box, Sandie LiVolsi for Best Cinematography for "The Journey" and Best Film Runner Up, Joanna Downing and Ashley Kailas for Runner up Best Concept for "The Letter", Sarah Cohen (Arts Academy) won for Best Actress in a Student Film, And Rachael Domin and Cheney Wolfrum got Runner Up for Best Music/ Dance Film.
      • There will be a special screening of all of our North students’ films in April at the Middletown Arts Center. Stay tuned! Bravo! Encore!!
    • Congratulations to the entire Wrestling Team and Coaching Staff (Matt Sirchio, Eric Morley and Dan Alston) and the two State Finalists: Second Place Medal Winner Tyler Klinsky (106 lbs) and Fifth Place Medal Winner Jacob Anderson (195 lbs). The entire team and individual wrestlers garnered so many titles, plaques, medals and recognitions. The entire North community is so proud of their many accomplishments this season. You brought much honor and pride to our school.  The Middletown North Wrestling team finished 14th overall at the NJSIAA State Wrestling Championships and in 7th place as a Public School.  Both Finishes were our highest EVER!!
      • Tyler Klinsky went 4-1 and placed 2nd; Thomas Okeefe went 3-2 and finished top 12; Fred Luchs went 2-2; Jacob Anderson went 4-2 to finish 5th in NJ

      • Congratulations on an Outstanding Season!!!

    • Renaissance Students of the Second Marking Period
    • Congratulations to the Renaissance Students of the Second Marking Period! The winners for each subject area are:

      • English
        • Aiden Warshawer
        • Jada McKnight
      • Social Studies
        • Amanda Dice
        • Owen Davidson
      • Math
        • Daniel Rozzo
        • Thomas McWalters
      • Science
        • Kassidy Ford
        • Rian McCusker
      • World Language
        • Keilah Granito
        • James Conway
      • Fine/Performing Arts
        • Kaitlyn Raccioppi
        • Kristen Daly
      • Business
        • Spencer Deudicibus
      • Physical Education
        • Genesis Everett
        • Thomas Giannone
      • Citizenship/Overall
        • Cara McNulty
        • Chris Fitzpatrick
        • John Spiro
    • Our Staff Member of the marking Period is Mr. Chris Hoffmann.
    • Congratulations - all the winners will be awarded with a pizza party on Thursday!

    • Renaissance Students of the First Marking Period! The winners for each subject area are:
    • English
      • Nicholas Bashore
      • Alicia Flanagan
    • Social Studies
      • Fatima Otarola
      • Dakota Zadroga
    • Math
      • Devin Calabro
      • Ava Staub
    • Science
      • Zach Brady
      • Ethan Kasaba
    • World Language
      • Madison Gibbons
      • Luke Ferrell
    • Fine/Performing Arts
      • Joe LaRusso
      • Gina DiMartino
    • Citizenship/Overall
      • Raven VanBogelen
      • JR Rosario
    • And our Staff Member of the Marking Period is:
      • Coach Trish Misciagna
    • Congratulations to all the winners!
    •  Congratulations to Yazemin Yilmaz for her award winning short film, “Beyond Dreams.
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      • The Red Ribbon Campaign is a nonprofit organization establishing leadership roles in drug prevention. This week is Red Ribbon Week Middletown High School North celebrates making healthy, drug-free lifestyle choices. In enforcing Red Ribbon Week, every morning this week a new statistic will be shared with our school.
      • Here’s a quick fact: Use of Marijuana in a lifetime at the 8th-grade level starts at 13.5%, and sparking to 52.7% at the beginning of adulthood. Many in this age range may not know that regular use of marijuana in youth can lead to long-term Mental health problems, chronic cough, frequent respiratory infections.
      • When people use e-cigarettes do they really know what’s in them? When asked this question, 66.0 percent say just flavoring, 13.7 percent don’t know, 13.2 percent say nicotine, 5.8 percent say marijuana, and 1.3 percent say other. Many people believe to know what may be in e-cigarettes. However, manufacturers don’t have to report e-cig ingredients, so users don’t know what’s actually in them.
      • In 2016,  over 4 million people reported that they were addicted to Marijuana. Marijuana is extremely addicting. Marijuana over-usage can harm a teen brain that is still trying to develop.
      • Did you know that a single Juul Pod has as much nicotine as a pack of 20  cigarettes?
      • In 2016, around 4 million people ages 12 and older had a marijuana use disorder. There is an increasing number of adolescents that have a serious problem in marijuana dependence.
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        • Two water bottle filling stations have been installed by the cafeteria and the gym.  Each time you refill a reusable water bottle at one of stations you prevent a plastic bottle from being added to a landfill. If you notice the stations record how many refillable bottles have been refilled to-date.

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