September 12, 2022

Homecoming Dance tickets will go on sale next week, starting Wed., Sept. 21. Prices are $20 per student 9/21-9/23 and $25 per person on 9/28-9/30.  Payment is only by check payable to NAI.  Also, you and your parent MUST complete a hard copy of the dance agreement form located on Blackboard on the announcement page and turn it in at the time of ticket purchase.  You will not be permitted to purchase a ticket without this completed form.  If bringing a guest from another school, the guest must also complete a Dance Agreement Form and the Guest Permission Form to submit at the time of ticket purchase.  Both the guest ticket and NAI student ticket must be purchased at the same time in the morning from an advisor. Tickets are advance purchase only, and the last day to purchase a ticket is Friday, Sept. 30!

If you are interested in foreign policy and want to get more experience, Model UN may be for you! Model UN is a club where you can represent either a person or country and speak for their point of view.  The first informational meeting for new and old members is on Thursday  September 15th after school in the NASH library. We will begin at 2:45 and the meeting will end at 3:30. Learn to be a diplomat, join Model UN!  We hope to see you there! 

Calling all history lovers! The North Allegheny History Bowl team is looking for new members for the 2022-23 season. Whether you’re fascinated by the Emu War, the Mona Lisa’s many thefts, Handel’s Water Music on the River Thames, or any other interesting aspect of history, History Bowl has a place for you. The team will be having its first meeting on Tuesday, September 13th after school in the NASH GOAL Office. Please contact [email protected] or Mrs. Ruffolo in the NASH GOAL Office for more information.

Anyone interested in joining the Robotics Club this year, we will have our first meeting after school, on September 14th in room 708 from 2:30 – 3:45. We will be starting a team for the South Western Pa Bots IQ program which is a combat robotics style competition. Stand Together is a student-to-student initiative that inspires and equips youth to take action against stigma associated with mental illness and substance use disorders. Students work to ‘stand together’ to increase education and awareness, increase social inclusion, and encourage adolescents to talk to an adult if they are concerned about their own or another student’s mental health. Interested in learning more about Stand Together? Come to an informational meeting Wednesday, Sept 14th during homeroom in the counseling office.