The Raider Wire

Students of the Month for March 2019

Pictured: Jessica Santana - CTAE Student of the Month. Santana’s agriculture teacher chose her because of her willingness to help around the classroom such as feeding the bunnies before school and always having a smile on her face.

Grace Wood, Sports Editor

March 29, 2019

During the last IF of the month, the school holds a ceremony for students and one lucky teacher for them to receive awards and food afterwards. Parents and the teachers are invited to watch these outstanding Raiders receive their awards for all the different subjects. The students recognized thi...

September Student of the Month

The school chooses only a select group of students to be chosen for an award. It is an honor to be chosen because it really means the student put in a lot of effort in their work.

Grace Wood, Sports Editor

September 19, 2018

North had their first ceremony of the year celebrating the students and teacher of the month. Each year, our school rewards students in each subject from math to fine arts and are given a ceremony in their honor during IF. The first students to be recognized in 2018-19 are Mandi Stanford for math...

November Students and Teacher of the Month

The students smiled proudly as they held their certificates for the camera.

Grace Wood, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017

On November 29, North congratulated the students and teacher of the month for their hard work and dedication to the school during IF. Each hardworking student was nominated by their teachers for their success in different subject and  was awarded a certificate at the ceremony. Along with this, the...

Dressed in Death

Many other traditions have withered and died away, but the traditions of the Torajan people continue to live on today.

Allen Carter, Staff Writer

March 3, 2014

In the United States, there are several ways to deal with the dead which are deemed socially acceptable.  The two most common would be cremation or a typical burial in which a body is placed in a coffin and buried some six feet under the ground for the rest of eternity.  However, there are many other...

First Winter Guard in Years!

Rachael Hosea (Left) and Katie Shumacher (Right) practicing with their equipment.

Noelle Walker, Staff Writer

December 2, 2013

Color guard is a sport in which someone performs with a flag, rifle or saber. During football season, they perform with the marching band. Now that the marching season has ended, many sections in the marching band, such as the percussion and guard, have moved on to their winter season. Winter guard...

Falling From the Heavens

As the members of North's senior class begin to pass the milestone that is the 18th birthday, sky diving has become a common celebratory activity. Tandem Skydiving (Atlanta) is renowned for their quality staff and safety procedures and has been the primary company used by North's newest eighteen year-olds.

Ben Strube, Design/Web Editor

October 8, 2013

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