NO SCHOOL in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day - Monday, January 21st.
NBHS Modern Dance-Mini Dance Camp will be held Saturday, January 19th from 9:30-12:30 in the NBHS Dance room. This is for ages 8 and up and will cost $15. Contact Kathy Morin at 541-404-7849 for more information.
The Teen Expressive Arts Group for improved Mental Health will be meeting every Tuesday at the High School in room 19 at 3:20pm. Everyone 13 and over is welcome.
The Boys and Girls Club Teen Financial Literacy Course begins today at 4:30pm and is for any interested students in grades 8 - 12. The classes will be held on Tuesdays from 4:30 - 5:30pm at the Club for 8 weeks. Banner Bank will facilitate this program, and at the end of the 8 weeks all participants will receive a $20 gift card. Also, juniors and seniors who participate in all 8 sessions will be eligible for the Money Matters Scholarship through Charles Schwab (if they are not currently a member, they will receive a free membership). Five $2,500 and one $5,000 scholarship are available. This is a great opportunity for anyone who might be interested! For more information, call 541-267-3635 or email Annabel: email@example.com
NHS is sponsoring a Blood Drive Wednesday, January 23rd from 8:30-1:30 in the NBHS Gym! You must be 16 years or older to give blood. If you would like to donate blood, please sign up in the Main Office as soon as possible. If you are only 16, pick up a parental consent form in the Main Office (consent forms are not needed if you are 17 or older). Donors must have picture ID.
Funksgiving fundraiser at the North Bend Community Center: On Saturday, January 26th, the middle school and high school jazz bands will be hosting their annual Funksgiving fundraiser at the North Bend Community Center at 6:30pm. Tickets are $10 and will include wood fired pizzas from our Blazin’ Bulldogs culinary club.
You may contact Amber Yester or Sarah Massey for tickets or they will be available in the front office of NBMS and NBHS for purchase.
As we head into state assessment season, there is an opt-out option parents can access. If interested please view information at the North Bend School District site for further information and forms: http://www.nbend.k12.or.us/newsletter.html
Spring Sports begin February 25th!
Spring Sports include: Baseball, Golf, Softball, Tennis and Track. We will open FamilyID at the end of January for Spring Registrations. See attachment for information you will need to register your athlete
North Bend Trade Center Update:
On August 24, 2018, the North Bend School District officially broke ground on the North Bend Trade Center! This fall the construction firm of Tom E Gayewski is completing the foundation and beginning construction of the building that will soon be the cornerstone to trades training in our region. The project reflects the efforts of partnerships over the last 3 years with the South Coast Education Service District and over 30 local businesses.
The North Bend Trade Center will offer students hands-on experiences and industry certifications in the areas of safety, general construction, electrical, and plumbing. In 2016, a State of the Workforce Report highlighted the misalignment that exists between the skills of the current labor force and the jobs of the future. According to the report, the construction trades is one of the industries expected to see the most robust job growth by 2024. The construction trades also have one of the thinnest talent pipelines, which presents both a challenge for employers and an opportunity for job seekers willing to learn new skills. Through a cooperative effort, the North Bend Trade Center will jump start student careers and help build a highly needed skilled work force for our local area.
Funded with the help of Measure 98, the million dollar plus North Bend Trade Center will be located on the top parking lot near the gym of North Bend High School and is expected to be completed and ready for students by March 2019!
We invite you to follow the construction of the North Bend Trade Center. This image will auto update every 5 minutes to give you real time changes to our progress.
Want to watch live Bulldog sporting events?
Tune into the NFHS Network this season to watch select home events being broadcasted straight to your living room!
Eat Healthy with Healthy Bytes!
Healthy Bytes is a one-year pilot project designed to unify health messaging across multiple community sites. Content has been developed by a Registered Dietitian with Oregon State University Extension. For more information use the link on our Parent Resources page or click Healthy Bytes.
The Healthy Bytes Initiative is in full swing with our next food of the month, Turnips!