Tune into the Class of 2021 Canvas page for our Class of 2021 Coronavirus Challenge Series! Below are the details of Challenge #1 - Acts of Kindness. All challenges will run through June 16th.
Hello Class of 2021. We know that these past few weeks have been difficult and full of changes, but that just makes it even more important for us to stand together and stay in touch!
In order to spread a little cheer, we are asking you to join us in a little experiment. Please consider doing at least one act of kindness for someone special in your life or for someone who has made a huge impact on you. This could be emailing your favorite teacher from elementary school, reaching out to one of your current teachers, sending out a kind message to a friend you haven’t talked to since normal school has ended, helping a neighbor, or even just making a family member smile. The possibilities are endless! If you choose to take part, tell us about it by DMing the class Instagram @crnorth2021 or by emailing email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We will feature our favorite stories on the class Instagram and we will enter all participants into a random drawing for a winner of a free senior year Blue and White night T-shirt! Join us in spreading some cheer during these trying times!
We will stay strong… go CLASS OF 2021!!!
Sincerely, the officers and advisors of the Class of 2021
CLASS OF 2021
BE INFORMED, CLASS OF 2021 !
INSTAGRAM PAGE: crnorth2021
Twitter Handle: @crnorth2021
SEB Insta: seb_crn
Get the Scoop, know the Jam! - See our bi-monthly-ish newsletter emailed home to parents/guardians to help keep you informed!
Please direct questions and concerns about your high school experience to any of your class officers or advisors. Let us be YOUR voice!
Junior Class Officers
President: Anna Cairone
Vice President: Richard Fang
Treasurer: Patrick Wang
Secretary: Ava Ondik
Public Relations: Sierra Zaccagnino
Junior Class Liasons to Student Government: Bailey Coughlan, Shivam Singh
We reinvigorated the Columbine Garden! The Columbine Garden was planted 19 years ago to honor the victims of the Columbine school shooting. At Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, two teens went on a shooting spree on April 20, 1999, killing 13 people and wounding more than 20 others before turning their guns on themselves and committing suicide. The Columbine shooting was, at the time, the worst high school shooting in U.S. history and prompted a national debate on gun control and school safety. Unfortunately, Columbine was not the last school shooting, and the debates rage on today. May our Columbine Garden, complete with columbine flowering plants, stand in remembrance of all who've lost and been lost in school shootings.
Advisors: Mrs. DiIanni - room 217 E
Mrs. Dayton-Ventresca (Ms. D-V) - library
Class Principal: Mr. J. Traczykiewicz (Mr. T) - 2nd floor West