Dr. Johnson's Weekly Update
Hello Vikings,This is Principal Johnson with your weekly update. Quarter 2 is under way and we are excited to be celebrating those students who performed well and make progress during Quarter 1. We will be taking a trip to Skate Zone 71 this Friday to honor those students who did well in Quarter 1. Permission slips will be issued Wednesday and should be returned Thursday or Friday. There is no school this Tuesday, November 7th due to a professional development day for staff. This Thursday and Friday is our fall drama production. Come out at 7:30 p.m. each night to support our talented and hard-working students. Please be mindful that Northland has a closed lunch policy. That means that students are not allowed to leave school or order food to school during their lunch period. If students violate this policy, they are subject to discipline. Your support is appreciated. Those are all of the announcements for this week. Let's have a great week as we Aspire, Achieve, and Adapt because that’s the Viking way! Upcoming Activities Nov. 17 - 10th graders visit Columbus Downtown HS Career Center Nov. 20-24 - No School during Wellness Week
Northland High School 2023 Bell Schedule
Please note that our bell schedule has changed! The new schedule can be found below:
Period 1 7:30-8:20
Period 2 8:25-9:15
Period 3 9:20-10:10
Period 4 10:15-11:00
Period 5 11:05-11:50
Period 6 11:55-12:45
Period 7 12:50-1:40
Period 8 1:45-2:30
Your Northland Viking Admin Squad!
Meet your Admin team here at Northland! Listed from left to right:
- Mr. Cech, Grade 9 | Email Me
- Ms. Elledge, Grade 12 | Email Me
- Dr. Johnson, Principal | Email Me
- Ms. Golatt, Grade 11 | Email Me
- Mr. Reed, Leadership Intern | Email Me
If you are a parent and have questions about your student, or if you are a student and have questions about your classes, you can email any one of us - it's the Viking way!
Visit one, or both, of our Career-Technical Education (CTE) Centers and learn more about educational opportunities available on Wednesday, December 13, from 5-7 p.m.
The Special Olympics program within Columbus City Schools (CCS) has partnered with TopGolf Columbus to provide students with a one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn a new sport.
Graduation season is right around the corner for our CCS seniors. Download the schedule today.
The Columbus City Schools Health Services team would like to take a moment to provide an update on the current respiratory viral season and share tips on keeping all of us healthy through the holidays and upcoming winter months.
All aboard the Pathway Express! Join Columbus City Schools on December 9, as we have a fun-filled family day at the Wexner Center for the Arts. Through exhibitions, performances, and educational programs families get to enjoy art and culture.
The Nubian Thespian Group is bringing their school curriculum front and center stage with the Ghanaian play, School Girls.
Columbus City Schools invites students and families to join us for an information session about how you can achieve college credit for the for the 2024-25 school year.
The safety and well-being of our entire CCS family is one of our highest priorities. To remain proactive in addressing potential concerns, here is a reminder about our security measures for all middle and high school athletic events.