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A Letter from Principal Mest

Dear NCP Parents,

This has been a difficult week for our community. Yet, even in the midst of our loss, I have been impressed by the ways in which our community has wrapped its arms around one another, and moved by the outpouring of support from the broader community. We are still in the process of working through grief, which challenges us to find the balance between moving forward, and acknowledging that we have lost someone dear to us.

It is in the spirit of finding that balance that we have decided to move forward with our Annual Spring Benefit -- The Taste of Northside -- as planned. We know that sharing meals together is a time honored way to build and nurture relationships. While the primary reason for the event is to raise much needed funds for our school, it is also an opportunity for our community to gather together for a shared experience, something that we are perhaps more in need of now than ever.

We hope that you will join us.

Sincerely,
Kelly Mest

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Don't Miss NCP's Annual Spring Benefit!

Celebrate the NCP community and support your student's school.

Buy Your 2019 Taste of Northside Tickets Today.

Please Consider Purchasing Tickets at a Sponsorship Level.

What's included with my ticket?

With your ticket, you'll join fellow Northside parents, faculty, and alumni for a memorable evening in one of the city’s historic venues close to school. No need to dress up or trek downtown this year! Your ticket includes a dinner buffet with food from some of Chicagoland's best restaurants...

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... and a dessert buffet with Lucila's delicious alfajores and Eli's cheesecake.

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Also included is an open bar featuring beer from Lagunitas and Revolution Brewing and wine from Vin Chicago. And halfway through the night we'll be introducing a specialty cocktail - the Mustang! - made with Wheatley vodka.

You'll enjoy music led by NCP dad Matt Farmer, with Steve Doyle and Lisa DeRosia. During the event, you'll be able to participate in the live auction, paddle raise and fund-a-need.

Why should I buy tickets at the Sponsorship level?

CPS budget challenges make your financial support crucial. Purchasing tickets at the Sponsorhip level means more funds go directly to sustaining the quality of education for our children.

We look forward to seeing you at the Taste of Northside on Friday, March 8!

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Volunteers Needed for the 2019 Taste of Northside Spring Benefit

Please Sign Up Now

Please volunteer for a shift in support of our annual benefit. View and sign up for open positions HERE.

Please remember that this is a fundraiser, and we ask that all volunteers purchase a ticket.

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Bid Now! The Online Auction is Open

Here are just a few of this year’s auction items:

▪ Four 100-level Chicago Bulls tickets
▪ Front row seats to see Jeff Tweedy at the Vic
▪ Dinner for two with the Hungry Hound, Steve Dolinsky of ABC News
▪ Dremel 3D Printer
▪ Tooth whitening package with Dr. David H. Baukol
▪ Dinner for two at Frontera Grill, including cookbooks signed by chef Rick Bayless
▪ Three-night Tucson Getaway
▪ Reserved NCP Parking Spot
▪ First Choice Colloquium
▪ Extra Set of Textbooks
Four 100-level Chicago Bulls tickets
Front row seats to see Jeff Tweedy at the Vic
Dinner for two with the Hungry Hound, Steve Dolinsky of ABC News
Dremel 3D Printer
Tooth whitening package with Dr. David H. Baukol
Dinner for two at Frontera Grill, including cookbooks signed by chef Rick Bayless
Three-night Tucson Getaway
Reserved NCP Parking Spot
First Choice Colloquium
Extra Set of Textbooks

New items being added every day! Don't miss out!

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Fund-a-Need

The Most Direct Way to Support Learning at Northside

Our teachers have compiled a thoughtful list of their immediate needs. Donate now to ensure that they have the equipment and supplies that they need to offer all of our students the enriched and exceptional curriculum that NCP is known for.

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Better Library, Brighter Future!

The NCP Library: the heart of the Northside community since 1998.

The library is the heart of NCP where students gather to study, collaborate and socialize. Help us to modernize and revitalize the space for our motivated and talented students. Let’s provide our community with a library that meets the needs of our students in 2019 and beyond. Our goal is to raise $20,000 for the NCP Library. Click HERE to hear from freshman Jake Philips and HERE to hear from sophomore Marco Salzetta. Please make a donation to the NCP Fund for the Library today!

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Buy Raffle Tickets for a Chance to Win!

$25 each or 5 for $100. Winner announced March 8. No need to be present to win. Good luck!

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We Want Your Photos!

We are putting together a slideshow of our students participating in the many activities that make Northside special. If you have pictures you'd like to be considered for inclusion in the presentation, please forward them to Debra Swan at debra@theswans.net.

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Thank You to our Corporate Sponsors!

Corporate Sponsorship contributions help underwrite the cost of the 2019 Spring Benefit and direct funds raised at the Taste directly to programs and services for the school not covered by the CPS budget. It's not too late to be a corporate sponsor. Please contact Matt Schechter, at matthew.d.schechter@gmail.com. Click HERE for the sponsorship form.

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College Fair

Tuesday, March 5
6:00 - 8:00 pm

Northside Prep, Disney II Magnet, and Von Steuben High School will be hosting a joint College Fair on Tuesday, March 5th, 2019, from 6p.m. to 8p.m. Students register today at www.strivefair.com!

The following post-secondary pathways will be represented at the college fair:

▪ Four-year Colleges
▪ Two-year Colleges
▪ International Colleges
▪ Post-secondary services for students with I.E.P.s and 504 Plans
▪ Gap Year Programs
▪ Military Branches
▪ Job Training Programs
Four-year Colleges
Two-year Colleges
International Colleges
Post-secondary services for students with I.E.P.s and 504 Plans
Gap Year Programs
Military Branches
Job Training Programs

For more information, contact Monique Moore, NCP College Counselor, mcmoore6@cps.edu or (773)-534-3954 x26811.

Volunteers Needed! Please sign up HERE to help.

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College Planning Night for Juniors - NEW DATE

Thursday, March 14
6:00 - 8:00 pm

Due to recent events, and out of consideration to our community, the Counseling Department decided to reschedule Junior College Planning Night for Thursday, March 14. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you on Thursday, March 14.

To ensure we are meeting the needs of the Northside Prep community, we are offering presentations for Spanish- and Polish-speaking families. Please see the locations for the presentations below and complete the survey (click here) to inform the counseling team which session you plan to attend.

▪ Presentations conducted in English will be held in the auditorium room 100.
▪ Tambien tendremos una presentacion en Español en la cafeteria 124.
▪ Rowniez mamy sesje w jezyku Polskim ktora odbedzie sie w pokoju 109.
Presentations conducted in English will be held in the auditorium room 100.
Tambien tendremos una presentacion en Español en la cafeteria 124.
Rowniez mamy sesje w jezyku Polskim ktora odbedzie sie w pokoju 109.

The counseling team will share an overview of the planning steps for the college admission process, NCP application process, post-secondary resources, and information to assist your family with scheduling a college conference. Also, students will receive access to the College Planning Handbook and parents will receive their registration code for Naviance, our college application management program.

Our goal is 100% attendance by juniors and their parents or guardians. This is a milestone that will assist your family in successfully navigating the college application process! This is an exciting time in your life and the NCP counselors look forward to helping you with your personal journey.

If you have any questions or concerns, contact Ms. Moore at mcmoore6@cps.edu.

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This Week in Sports

Spring Sports Tryout Information

Men's Volleyball: Men's Volleyball Tryouts will be held in the gym starting at 3:30 pm on Monday, March 4. Contact Coach Nicole Flores (naflores@cps.edu) for more information.

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Chaperones Needed

Trip to Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Wednesday, March 6
8:15 am - 2:30 pm

Four chaperones are needed to accompany Mr. Park and his students to Symphony Center to see the Chicago Symphony Orchestra rehearse and perform with guest conductor David Afkham and featured piano soloist Nicholas Angelich.

The CSO will be rehearsing and performing Dvorak's Symphony No. 7 and Beethoven's Coriolan Overture and Piano Concerto No. 5.

Chaperones MUST be registered with CPS as a Level 2 volunteer.
Please click HERE for information about CPS volunteer registration.

Please email Mr. Park at lypark@cps.edu if you are available to chaperone and registered as a CPS Level 2 Volunteer.

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Spanish Honor Society Induction

Tuesday, March 12, 7:00 pm
Auditorium

There will be a small reception in the cafeteria following the ceremony.
Parents volunteers are needed to help set up from 6:30 pm - 7:15 pm, serve cake and drinks after, and help clean up.

For more information and to volunteer, contact Señor Blease at rblease@cps.edu.

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STEM Day 2019 - Parent Volunteers Needed!

Saturday, March 16

The event, spearheaded by students, is geared towards elementary-age children. Northside students will have interactive presentations on STEM-related topics for children to partake in.

Adult volunteers are needed for two areas:
1) Mentor Northside students with presentations.
2) Provide logistical support to the Planning Committee (e.g. securing food and other materials) and acting as ushers and guides on the actual day.

Please contact Johan Tabora (jntabora@cps.edu) or Ana Vites (amvites@cps.edu) if interested or if you have questions.

All volunteers must be Level II CPS Volunteers.

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Important Deadlines to Note

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Purchase Yearbook Personal Ads for Seniors

All materials are due by Friday, March 17.

Commemorate your student's accomplishments or declare your best wishes with a personal ad in the upcoming Stampede. The prices are:

▪ Full Page $150
▪ Half Page $80
▪ Quarter Page $50

Members of the Stampede can create the ad for you, or you can submit a pre-made ad yourself (photo resolution no less than 600 dpi, please). If you choose to submit a pre-made ad, please also email the digital photos as separate attachments.

Click HERE to download the order form and turn it in to the Main Office with your payment, indicating your preferences. A Stampede member will then contact you to confirm receipt of your request, or to help you create your ad. Checks or money orders (no cash) should be made payable to Northside College Prep.

Questions? Contact Marion McCreedy, Stampede adviser, at mkmccreedy@cps.edu.

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LSC Meeting

Tuesday, March 19
6:30 pm
Faculty Lounge

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Elephant With Riders

A Free Community Art Event at NCP

Saturday, March 23
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cafeteria and Art Wing

Please Donate Materials

The art department is creating an immersive environment for Elephant with Riders and is looking for some items. If you have any of these items and are willing to donate them, please drop them off outside room 111 (art room). Contact Joanne Minyo (jminyo@cps.edu) with any questions. Thanks!

▪ Old weathered wood
▪ Bean bag chairs, bean bag filling, beanie babies
▪ Christmas lights
▪ Glow in the dark stars
▪ Glow in the dark stuff
▪ Fabric - large pieces only
▪ Glow sticks
▪ Disco ball
▪ Cardboard tubes
▪ Old electronics
▪ Toys - especially farm related
▪ Beads
▪ Wood
▪ Old gardening tools
▪ Rope
▪ Cowboy stuff (hat, boots, etc)
▪ Farm or horse stuff - could be broken
▪ Old MP3 player
Old weathered wood
Bean bag chairs, bean bag filling, beanie babies
Christmas lights
Glow in the dark stars
Glow in the dark stuff
Fabric - large pieces only
Glow sticks
Disco ball
Cardboard tubes
Old electronics
Toys - especially farm related
Beads
Wood
Old gardening tools
Rope
Cowboy stuff (hat, boots, etc)
Farm or horse stuff - could be broken
Old MP3 player
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Friends of Northside Meeting

Tuesday, March 26
7:00 pm
Faculty Lounge

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International Night

Dance Showcase

Friday, March 29, 7:00 pm
Sunday, March 30, 3:00 pm
Auditorium

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Student Resource Closet

Donations Needed

Friends of Northside has a resource closet for our NCP students. We would like to fill it with school supplies, non-perishable food items, hygiene products, and clothing necessities.
All items can be brought into the counseling office and placed in the large bin marked “Student Supply Box.”

Please make sure all of the items are new and unopened. No used clothing please.

If you have any questions please contact Nancy Liljedahl at n.liljedahl@comcast.net.

Thanks for your help and support!

Supply List:

▪ Body lotion
▪ Reusable water bottles
▪ Girls shaving gel
▪ Individual snacks such as crackers, nuts, granola bars, or dried fruit
Body lotion
Reusable water bottles
Girls shaving gel
Individual snacks such as crackers, nuts, granola bars, or dried fruit

Please bring your items into the Counseling Office and put into the gray bin.

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Juniors - Class of 2020! Save the Dates!

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Travel this Spring with Northside

Spring Break 2019 Trip to the Grand Canyon

Students will have a chance to connect with the majesty of our National Park system. We will spend 5 nights in the Grand Canyon camping, hiking, stargazing, and learning wilderness skills. Students will participate in a second-semester colloquium to prepare them for the trip. Trip sponsors and chaperones include Ms. Qazi, Ms. Schaldenbrand, and Mr. Barry Smith. Approximate cost: $1,000 (includes flight, food, and lodging).

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Parking Lot Safety and Procedures

Our NCP school parking lot is a busy place before and after school. Families dropping off and picking up students are asked to be mindful of both safety and courtesy. Please assist us by ensuring that traffic lanes stay clear during drop-off and pick-up times. Pulling over to the curb on the right as your student enters or exits your vehicle keeps students safe and traffic flow efficient.

Please remember that ALL VEHICLES MUST EXIT ONTO KEDZIE. You may enter the parking lot from Kedzie or Bryn Mawr, but regardless of where you enter, all cars must exit onto Kedzie. For the safety of our students and the rest of the Northside community, please do not exit onto Bryn Mawr.

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CPS Volunteer Requirements

According to CPS policy, anybody who is going to be in contact with students must be approved as a CPS volunteer. There are two levels of volunteers, Level 1 and Level 2.

Level II Volunteers

(This process can be completed in a day & is required even of volunteers for Friends of Northside events)
A fingerprint criminal background check is not required for Level II Volunteers.

A Level II Volunteer is:

1. A parent providing supervised volunteer service in their child’s school or classroom for less than 10 hours/week;
2. Any individual providing volunteer service for less than 5 hours/week at a school where s/he does not have a child enrolled;
3. An individual providing incidental volunteer service with no ongoing individualized interaction with a student(s) including those who speak at a class/assembly, judge academic competitions, give musical performance, participate in the “Principal for a Day” program, job shadowing event or other one-time event provided where there is direct supervision of the activity/event by regular school employees;
4. A parent accompanying his/her child’s class on a one-day field trip or another type of extracurricular activity that does not involve an overnight stay; and/or
5. An individual providing volunteer service on projects/activities involving no or nominal contact with children (home-based volunteer activities, volunteers serving at Central or Network office).
1. A parent providing supervised volunteer service in their child’s school or classroom for less than 10 hours/week;
2. Any individual providing volunteer service for less than 5 hours/week at a school where s/he does not have a child enrolled;
3. An individual providing incidental volunteer service with no ongoing individualized interaction with a student(s) including those who speak at a class/assembly, judge academic competitions, give musical performance, participate in the “Principal for a Day” program, job shadowing event or other one-time event provided where there is direct supervision of the activity/event by regular school employees;
4. A parent accompanying his/her child’s class on a one-day field trip or another type of extracurricular activity that does not involve an overnight stay; and/or
5. An individual providing volunteer service on projects/activities involving no or nominal contact with children (home-based volunteer activities, volunteers serving at Central or Network office).

Level I Volunteers

(Please allow 8-12 weeks for the entire process)
A fingerprint criminal background check is required for all Level I Volunteers.

A Level I volunteer is:

1. A parent providing volunteer service in their child’s school or classroom for 10 or more hours/week;
2. An individual providing volunteer service for 5 or more hours/week at a school where s/he does not have a child enrolled; and/or
3. Any individual chaperoning an overnight school-sponsored trip, regardless of the hours/week that the volunteer serves (See also the Student Travel Policy).
1. A parent providing volunteer service in their child’s school or classroom for 10 or more hours/week;
2. An individual providing volunteer service for 5 or more hours/week at a school where s/he does not have a child enrolled; and/or
3. Any individual chaperoning an overnight school-sponsored trip, regardless of the hours/week that the volunteer serves (See also the Student Travel Policy).

To become a volunteer, please visit CPS' Volunteer website and follow the instructions. There is also a link on Northside's website on the Parents page Northside Volunteers.

Assistant Principal Kaitlin O'Hare is Northside's Volunteer Coordinator. After applying to become a volunteer, you must visit the school and show Ms. O'Hare your ID, so she can approve you to move forward in the volunteer process. For Level II volunteers, that is the only step you must take. For Level I, you will receive further instructions from CPS.

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Check out The HoofBeat, Northside's online newspaper, to get NCP news from the student perspective!

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What is FAN?

FAN is Family Action Network, an organization which connects parents, educators, and professionals through collaborative programming that educates, inspires, and positively impacts the broader community. Nearly every week during the school year there will be a dynamic and important speaker, discussing the issues that interest you.

FAN events are free to all.

Coming Up

The Art of Dying Well: A Practical Guide to a Good End

Katy Butler
Author of the New York Times bestseller Knocking on Heaven’s Door and the forthcoming The Art of Dying Well. Finalist for a National Magazine Award.
Monday, March 4
7:00 pm
New Trier High School, Northfield Campus, Cornog Auditorium
7 Happ Rd., Northfield

Be Fearless: 5 Principles for a Life of Breakthroughs and Purpose

Jean Case
Philanthropist, investor, and impact investing pioneer; CEO, Case Foundation; first female Chair of the National Geographic Society; former senior executive at America Online, Inc.
Monday, March 11
7:00 pm
New Trier High School, Northfield Campus, Cornog Auditorium
7 Happ Rd., Northfield

To visit FAN's website, click HERE.

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NCP Latin Students Shine at 56th Annual IJCL Convention

Sixty-eight of Northside's Latin students participated in the 56th annual Illinois Junior Classical League Convention bringing home a raft of honors. Seniors Humayra Munshi and Sahithi Gangavarapu concluded their terms, respectively, as IJCL President and 2nd Vice President. Congratulations to them for exceptional service to IJCL and many thanks for representing NCP, CPS, and Illinois so admirably. Congratulations are now also due to Deena Al-Ali, who has been elected Second Vice President of IJCL for 2019-20.
Here is a summary of NCP achievements:

School Honors / Overall State Championships

▪ 1st Place — Most Sweepstakes Points Earned by Any Delegation
▪ 5th Place — Most Sweepstakes Points Earned Per Capita by Any Delegation
▪ Spirit — During the second General Assembly, NCP won 1st Place among large delegations in the spirit competition, in recognition of the creativity and ebullience of our cheers, creative choreography, and celebration of Latin. Thanks go to our most able Spirit Chairs, Daniel Newgarden and Camille Roberts.
▪ Scrapbook — Thanks to the magnificent artistry and dedication of junior Tallulah Cartalucca, NCP also brought home a 1st-place award for best school scrapbook. Please stop by Room 204 to view the scrapbook in person.
▪ Laurie Jolicoeur “Friendly Hand of JCL” Award — In recognition of the tireless efforts of our our chapter of the National Latin Honor Society — led by Emma Williamson, Younes Deiban, and Ruba Memon — as well as the numerous service projects carried out by NCP Latin students during the past year, our school received this plaque for exceptional service to the community.
1st Place — Most Sweepstakes Points Earned by Any Delegation
5th Place — Most Sweepstakes Points Earned Per Capita by Any Delegation
Spirit — During the second General Assembly, NCP won 1st Place among large delegations in the spirit competition, in recognition of the creativity and ebullience of our cheers, creative choreography, and celebration of Latin. Thanks go to our most able Spirit Chairs, Daniel Newgarden and Camille Roberts.
Scrapbook — Thanks to the magnificent artistry and dedication of junior Tallulah Cartalucca, NCP also brought home a 1st-place award for best school scrapbook. Please stop by Room 204 to view the scrapbook in person.
Laurie Jolicoeur “Friendly Hand of JCL” Award — In recognition of the tireless efforts of our our chapter of the National Latin Honor Society — led by Emma Williamson, Younes Deiban, and Ruba Memon — as well as the numerous service projects carried out by NCP Latin students during the past year, our school received this plaque for exceptional service to the community.

Individual Honors

▪ Marilyn Brusherd Graphic Arts Award — Plaque won by junior Tallulah Cartalucca for most sweepstakes points earned by any delegate for models, dolls, games, sculpture, and other graphic arts competitions (her third year in a row earning this honor)
▪ Individual Sweepstakes Awards (These awards honor students earning the most sweepstakes points among all delegates to the convention.)
▪ 1st Place — Sofiya Malanchuk (junior – Latin 2)
▪ 5th Place — Tallulah Cartalucca (senior – Latin 5)
▪ 8th Place — Gina Jagminas (junior – Latin 3)
▪ 10th Place — Emma Williamson (senior – Latin 4)
Marilyn Brusherd Graphic Arts Award — Plaque won by junior Tallulah Cartalucca for most sweepstakes points earned by any delegate for models, dolls, games, sculpture, and other graphic arts competitions (her third year in a row earning this honor)
Individual Sweepstakes Awards (These awards honor students earning the most sweepstakes points among all delegates to the convention.)
1st Place — Sofiya Malanchuk (junior – Latin 2)
5th Place — Tallulah Cartalucca (senior – Latin 5)
8th Place — Gina Jagminas (junior – Latin 3)
10th Place — Emma Williamson (senior – Latin 4)

Certamen IJCL State Championships

1st Place (Novice Level) — Reem Al-Ali, Gregor McKenzie, Zoe Okun, and Connor O’Reilly (Gannon LeMaster and Desiree Adenuga played in earlier rounds.)

1st Place (Lower Level) — Sofiya Malanchuk, Mira Peffley, Katherine Szydlo, and Jane Toft (Brian Nam and Savannah Graziano played in preliminary rounds.)

1st Place (Upper Level) — Younes Deiban, Matthew Figueras, Humayra Munshi, and Vasim Patel (Deena Al-Ali, Sahithi Gangavarapu, Gina Jagminas, Richard Lam, Edewiss Ravell played in preliminary rounds.)

Northside’s Academic Decathlon Wins Fourth Place at the City Competition!

Academic Decathlon is a rigorous competition that tests seven academic subjects and three presentation skills. The students dedicate an enormous amount of time both in and out of school to prepare for these competitions. Please extend congratulations to the following decathletes who placed in their respective divisions:
Simon Carter: 1st Place Interview
Tian Chen Luo: 2nd Place Interview, Overall Highest Scoring Team Member
Tyler O’Brien: 1st Place Interview, 6th Place Speech
Mackeda Sahelu: 2nd Place Interview, 2nd Place Music
Justin Schechter: 2nd Place Speech, 4th Place Interview, 3rd Place Economics
Kahaan Shah: 2nd Place Interview
Congratulations to the rest of the team members who have participated and competed in Decathlon this year: Christine Alex, Tania Haque, Lily Robinson, London Johns, Caroline Pham and Nana Afriyie.
Thank you all for supporting the team!

Do you have news or team results to share with the Northside parent community?

Click HERE to submit information.

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FON Connect

Friends of Northside uses a customer/constituent relationship management (CRM) system known as FON Connect that allows our parent volunteer organizations to work from one database.

FON Connect serves as the NCP Family Directory and allows users to review their donation history, update their contact information, register for upcoming events, and more. Each parent has a separate account. Transactions, including donations, are recorded in the account of the parent who initiated the transaction or donation.

If you’re new to FON Connect, you'll need to set up a login and password. To do so:

▪ Click HERE.
▪ Click on “Forgot Password?”
▪ Enter your email address.
▪ Check your email for the link to create a login name and password.
Click HERE.
Click on “Forgot Password?”
Enter your email address.
Check your email for the link to create a login name and password.

Once you have set up your FON Connect account, keep your login and password in a safe, convenient place because they will be your keys to the database throughout your years at Northside.

Sign up and stay connected!

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Navigating Northside

Navigating Northside, our parent handbook, is available on the school website under the Parents tab. Click HERE to access it directly.

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CPS Scholarships and Non-NCP Events

For more information about general CPS scholarships and post-secondary events outside of Northside College Prep feel free to visit the NCP College Counseling Calendar HERE.

SAT Prep Course

Wednesdays through April 3, 2:00 - 5:00 pm
Bring sharpened pencils and a calculator for every class.

For more information, contact Monique Moore, Northside Prep College Counselor at mcmoore6@cps.edu or (773) 524-3954 x26811.

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Naviance CCLR Live by Kaplan

College, Career, and Life Readiness

Naviance users have free access to Kaplan's interactive live-streaming and on-demand programming. Click HERE to learn more.

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NCP College Planning Handbook

This is a great resource that guides students through the entire college process. Click HERE to access a copy.

NCP College Planning Additional Resources

Click on the links below to check out the additional resources on the Northside College Prep website:

▪ Counseling Events
▪ NCP College Calendar
▪ NCP Scholarships
▪ CPS Scholarships
▪ NCP Summer Opportunities
Counseling Events
NCP College Calendar
NCP Scholarships
CPS Scholarships
NCP Summer Opportunities
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Help Northside When You Shop Online

You can help our school with no extra cost to you.

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way to support Northside while you shop.

Click HERE to read about AmazonSmile. Click HERE for detailed sign-up instructions. Skip the instructions and sign up HERE!

To choose Northside, please note that our AmazonSmile name is Friends of "North" "Side" (North Side - two words at AmazonSmile).

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Give Back to Northside

Purchase school and office supplies at Office Depot and OfficeMax, and Northside can receive 5% back in credits or FREE supplies. Simply provide our school ID 70031171 at checkout, online or in stores. There’s no cost to you!

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Follow Us on Social Media

▪ NCP's Official Facebook Page
▪ Northside Prep Parents' Facebook Page, a closed group for parents, by parents, to share their knowledge of Northside
▪ NCP's Twitter Page
▪ Friends of Northside Facebook Page, for news everyone can view
NCP's Official Facebook Page
Northside Prep Parents' Facebook Page, a closed group for parents, by parents, to share their knowledge of Northside
NCP's Twitter Page
Friends of Northside Facebook Page, for news everyone can view
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