North Woods School Announcements

Friday – March 16th, 2018


  • The Pennies for Patients Drive ends at 2:15 today. Make sure you have put all of your pennies in your class' drop bin and all of your silver coins and dollar bills into the drop bins of other grade levels!


  • Indian Ed/SSS Room 202 will be closing after 5th hour. Students: Please be sure to retrieve your items from the room beforehand.


  • Seniors: Mesabi Range College is hosting FAFSA Completion Nights on March 27th, April 19th, and May 16th. See the poster outside of the Counseling Office for more info!


  • Job Opportunity for Seniors: Polaris in Roseau is hiring and they are offering hiring bonuses. See the poster outside of the Counseling Office for more information.


  • NHS students need to pay their $10 dues to Mrs. Stark as soon as possible.


  • Any 10th or 11th grade students interested in PSEO for next year should see Mrs. Stark today if you have not already done so.


  • Today’s lunch is Taco Salad.


  • Morning Mindset: The wise man does not lay up his own treasures. The more he gives to others, the more he has for his own. ~ Lao Tzu



  • Seniors: The local scholarship list was handed out. If you need a copy, please see Mrs. Stark.
  • Seniors: The Cook Timber Days Community Service Scholarship is available. The application can be picked up in the Counseling Office and is due April 3rd.
  • Prom: Juniors and Seniors may now sign up for Prom in Mrs. Pascuzzi’s room (205). Prom will be held April 28th. We would like an early head count on attendees. Cost will be $40 per couple or $25 per person. Sign up by April 6th!
  • To Grade 7-12 Students: Homework Help will usually be offered weekly. You must sign up weekly for the session you want. Space is limited to the first four students to email Mrs. Parson by the deadlines for each session. Sign up by 10:00 am of the day help is offered. Sessions will be held as follows from 3:15 – 5:15 pm:

* March 19 & 26 (deadlines to sign up are 10:00 am the day of)

* April 9, 16, 23, 30

You must bring your work and have a ride to pick you up. Nett Lake students must also notify Mrs. Parson if they need to take the Activity van/bus home (by 10: 00 am of the help day). Email Mrs. Parson at

  • Cook Youth Baseball is looking for umpires this summer! Umps will be paid $25 for behind the plate and $20 for field per game. Games are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings. Please contact Mrs. Panichi if you are interested at
  • The Cook Timber Days Committee is looking for a class or organization to do a bounce house for their festival held on June 8th, 9th and 10th. This is a great fundraiser. Please contact Diane Brunner for further information.
  • Bois Forte Education is sponsoring free Anishinaabemowin language classes will be held at the Nett Lake Youth Center (formerly B&G Club) every Wednesday at 3:00 pm and at the Lake Vermilion Youth Center (formerly B&G Club) Mondays and Tuesdays at 4:00 pm. All ages/speaking levels welcome!


  • Students are not allowed to stay after school unless they are in an adult-supervised activity. This means even if there is an activity later in the evening (e.g., game, dance, etc), you must go home and arrange for transportation back to the school if you are planning to attend unless you are in an adult supervised activity.
  • Please make sure to check your email daily for messages from the office.
  • All students going to the Library must have a pass and must sign in. There will also be no food, pop or phones in the library.
  • The Health office is closed every day from 10:15 am until 10:45 am.
  • See the Counselor’s window for educational and job opportunities.



  • BBB Playoff Game: Saturday, March 17th, NW vs. Ely, 7:00 pm, Hibbing Memorial
  • End of Q3: Friday, March 23rd
  • Spring Vacation – No Classes: Thursday, March 29th – Monday, April 2nd