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Dinner Theatre

  • Hello everyone,

    NSHS Theatre Works and Culinary Arts are coming together for a wonderful collaboration. We are doing DINNER THEATRE here at North Side. It is a wonderful opportunity to come see our talented students in action, enjoy some great food, and an even better show!

    Check out the flyer below, and make your reservations ASAP! Tickets will be on a pre-sale first come first serve basis, and available until December 7th unless we sell out. This is always a big hit, and such a wonderful experience. There are two showings, December 13 & 14.

    Here is the link to make your reservation:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeoT5qWSbn8GYVbzvVySN3BtnxJvXGdrtEG4UNgLt-Ai_Lgog/viewform?usp=sf_link

     

Steers PRIDE

  •  Selected JROTC cadets will be participating in the annual Veterans Day Parade on FRI, 11 NOV 2022,  in downtown Fort Worth.  Keep an eye our for them! 
     

     
    This season highlights…
    • Eleven Program sweeps over Castleberry, Eastern Hills, Diamond-Hill, Dunbar, Western Hills, Poly, OD Wyatt, South Hills, and Southwest.
    • Placing Second in the Poolville Tournament, for the second year in a row!
    • Winning First Place in the Dallas Molina Tournament, for the second year in a row!
    • Having won games against district leaders, Everman, and Heights.
    • Ending with a District record of 10-5, Overall 27-12 most wins in a season. (Back-to-back 20+ win seasons)
    • Maintaining 3rd place in the district this year over South Hills and Trimble Tech.
    • 5th straight playoff appearance, which hasn’t been done at NS since the early 90s.
     
     
     

     
    On Tuesday, four of our Varsity girls competed at regionals, and two of our girls for their very first time.  If you've ever been to Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock, then you know the challenges all runners face on this course.  
     
    Our two newest runners, Delina & Mariana (Marine Creek Athlete), got new personal records on a very hard course. Our senior Abby went out and gave it her best while being sick and running in 44 degree weather.  As for Janet, she killed it in the first half, with a perfect start that I hope to have her recreate next year.  However, by the time I saw her on the last mile, she had fallen from 22nd place to the middle of the pack and after the ride home she admitted that cramp in her hamstring had affected her. 
     
    If you know any of these girls, please congratulate them on a great cross-country season.
     
     

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