The students will be out of school October 9-11 for a fall break.
Wednesday, October 11, will be parent/teacher conferences from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
Nine-weeks/mid-semester exams will be October 4-6. It's never too early to start preparing!
FAFSA Completion Days
Regardless of which college your student may be planning to attend next year, ICC and the Pontotoc Area high schools are offering to assist you with completing your FAFSA for the 2018-19 Academic Year. Let us help you avoid the stress of the financial aid process! Our Fall FAFSA workship is on November 6, 2017.
We're using SignUp.com (the leading online SignUp and reminder tiil) to organize our FAFSA Completion Days.
Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:
1. Go to this link to see our SignUp or SignUp.com: http://signup.com/go/JPkODRa
2. Review the Options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.
3. Sign up! It's easy - you will NOT need to register for an account or keep a password on SignUp.com.
Questions? Contact your high school guidance counselor.
Note: SignUp.com does not share your email address with anyone.
For FAFSA Completion, you will need:
Parent(s) and student's legal names
Parent(s) and student's Social Security Numbers
Parent(s) and student's deates of birth
* If your parent remarried in 2015, you will need your step-parent's personal information as well.
Info for parents with whom you live: marriage date, divorce date, or separation date (to support current marital status)
If you are in legal guardianship, bring court papers for guardianship.
Parent(s) and student's driver's license numbers (for state aid)
W2 forms and other records of money earned in 2015 (student and parents)
2015 Federal Income Tax Return (1040, 1040A, or 1040EX for student and parents)
* If your parent remarried in 2015, you will need your step-parent's tax information as well.
* If your parents or parent and step-parent file separately, bring copies of both tax returns.
* If your parent(s) have not filed a 2015 federal tax return, bring 2015 W2's.
North Pontotoc won Friday night against Independence, 20-13.
This Friday night the Vikings will be on the road to Baldwyn.
The Lady Vikings will play Monday, September 18, at South Pontotoc, JV @ 5:00, Varisty @ 6:00.
They will host Charleston Thursday, September 21, JV @ 5:00, Varsity @ 6:00.
The Viking Cross Country Team will compete in the Saltillo Invitational Saturday, September 16, at Saltillo High School.
Homecoming week is October 16-20. The themes for each day are as follows:
Monday: Home Run - Represent your favorit sports team
Tuesday: Home for the Holidays - Celebrate (and dress) for your favorite holiday
Wednesday: HOME-ies - Match with your friends
Thursday: Home away from Home - Dress in tacky tourist attire
Friday: There is no place like home - Extreme Orange and Blue
2017-18 Tutorial Program for NPHS
Monday - History & Math
Thursday - English & Science
Tutoring is 3:20-4:00.
Meet the Teacher
North Pontotoc High School has a new head football coach this year, Coach Andy Crotwell. He and his wife, Heather, have been married for 17 years. They have three children: Daniel, who is eleven and in the sixth grade; Anne, who is nine and in the fourth grade; and Mary who is five and in kindergarten. They also have a family dog, Phoebe, named “Frobe” because she came from the pound.
This is Coach Crotwell’s 19th year to coach. He began at Hernando High as an assistant coach and teaching U.S. History. The next year, he went to Walton High in Marietta, Georgia, as an assistant coach and taught world geography. He returned to Mississippi two years later to be an assistant coach at Tupelo High where he taught various social studies classes over the eleven years he was there. For the past four years, Coach Crotwell has served as head football coach and taught world history at Caledonia High.
Coach Crotwell is a graduate of Millsaps College, where he majored in history. In his spare time, he spends time with his kids. He likes hiking with the family, mountain biking with his kids, road biking when he needs some alone time. He likes to grill and enjoys reading. Coach Crotwell is also a fan of The Walking Dead (a popular t.v. show if you have been living under a rock).
As far as a favorite team, he is a fan of any and all schools where a former player is playing for that school.