School News

CONGRATULATIONS EMELY NAVARRO!

Throughout February, The Lake County Tech Campus will be celebrating its Career and Technical Education program, with the Faces of CTE, by sharing the stories of students from all over Lake & McHenry County. Emely Navarro, from NCCHS, was featured as one of the Faces of CTE! Click here to see Emely’s profile. Congratulation Emely!

NCCHS STUDENTS HELP AT LOCAL FOOD PANTRY

Students from the high school volunteered at the Northern Illinois Food Bank Mobile Pantry! They helped serve food to 22 seniors at Thompson Manor and 45 at Kukla Towers and helped deliver food at other locations for any seniors that were not able to come down while they were there. The students plan to continue volunteering throughout the year.

Cinco de Mayo Assembly

We had an amazing day celebrating Cinco de Mayo.  Students spent weeks rehearsing their dances and creating their clothing/costumes for the celebration.  Bravo!

Did you know:
Cinco de Mayo (pronounced [ˈsiŋko ðe ˈmaʝo] in Latin America, Spanish for “Fifth of May”) is an annual celebration held on May 5. The date is observed to commemorate the Mexican Army’s victory over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla, on May 5, 1862, under the leadership of General Ignacio Zaragoza.

Within Mexico, Cinco de Mayo is primarily observed in the state of Puebla, where Zaragoza’s unlikely victory occurred, although other parts of the country also take part in the celebration. Traditions include military parades, recreations of the Battle of Puebla and other festive events.

Health Professions Education Consortium – Update

About HPEC

The equation is simple: Healthcare-related organizations and businesses need trained, prepared workers; and people in the community need jobs – particularly in stable career paths that offer opportunities for growth and advancement. The Health Professions Education Consortium (HPEC) exists to help those two needs become one another’s solutions.

Learn more about HPEC

Warhawks Takedown the Competition

Congratulations Warhawk wrestlers Jeremiah Duty, Kory Love and Darien Banks!  Jeremiah received 1st place and Kory Love received 5th place at the Varsity Fenton 16 Team Invite, held at Fenton High School.

Darien Banks received 1st place at the Freshman Carmel Invite held at Carmel High School.

Way to Go Jeremiah, Kory and Darien!

Lady Hawks Strike it Big!

Congratulations Lady Hawks!
Coming off the heels of a 2nd place finish last week at Zion, These Lady Hawks took first place at the Libertyville JV Wildcat Baker Classic!

Taveanna Beal won first place for best individual game with a 208, becoming the first bowler over 11 years to bowl over 200! Kimberly Herrera took home medals for two top ten finishes as well. Other girls on the team include: Evelyn Sanchez, O’Laila Walker, Anahi Alcoser, Violeta Cardenas

Walk a Cop to School

Students and staff from AJK Academy, Alexander Elementary, Neal Math and Science Academy and North Chicago High School met before school to walk with a cop to school.  As part of a community-engagement project, this event helps build relationships between the police department and the community.

Read more about Walk a Cop to School in the Lake County News-Sun

Congratulations Eduardo Arteaga!

Eduardo was recently selected to join the PENWASCIZ program though Advocate Condell Medical Health. He is a senior in the HCP and is a very dedicated student committed to pursuing a career in healthcare. Eduardo is already a CNA and member of RFUMS INSPIRE Program.

The PENWASCIZ program is a highly competitive program. Despite the application only being open for 1 hour, they get hundreds of applications from around Lake County! Eduardo joins Abby Martinez as the only HCP students accepted to the program. Abby was in PENWASCIZ last year prior to graduating from NCCHS.

 

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