Mission Statement

North Shore Senior High 9th Grade Campus is committed to provide all the necessary resources and strategies so that students reach a high level of academic achievement through rigorous and relevant content to ensure all students exceed state and national standards.




Required School Supplies



Each teacher will provide a specific list of supplies needed for that course.  In general, all classes will need:


colored pencils


folders/binders (for organization)




Tardy Policy


North Shore Senior High 9th Grade Campus continues to focus on safety and quality classroom instruction.  One way students can help with both of these is to make sure they arrive to class on time.  It is also important that parents stress the importance of not being late to classes in order to maximize the learning time in each class.  The North Shore 9th Grade Staff will have a renewed focus on reducing tardies. 

NS 9 Tardy Policy

1st  Tardy =


2nd Tardy =


3rd Tardy =

Call-out to parent

4th Tardy =

D-Hall until 4:00

5th Tardy =

Friday D- Hall until 4:30

6th Tardy =

ISS until 2:30

7th Tardy =

ISS until 4:00

8th Tardy =

Principal's Discretion


North Shore Senior 9 Campus continúa centrándose en la calidad y seguridad instrucción en el aula.  Una forma pueden ayudar los estudiantes con estos dos es para asegurarse de que lleguen a clase a tiempo.  También es importante que los padres subrayan la importancia de no llegar tarde a clases con el fin de maximizar el tiempo de aprendizaje en cada clase.  El North Shore 9 personal tendrá un enfoque renovado en la reducción de tardanzas.  Quiero aprovechar esta oportunidad para hacerle conocer la política tardía debe su estudiante se acumulan demasiados retrasos.


NS 9 política de tardes

1st Tarde=


2nd Tarde =


3rd Tarde =

Llamar a padres de familia

4th Tarde =

Detention hasta las 4:00

5th Tarde =

Detention de viernes hasta las 4:30

6th Tarde =

ISS hasta las 2:30

7th Tarde =

ISS hasta las 4:00

8th Tarde =

Discreción de el principal






Internet and Mobile Device Safety for Parents of Teens and Teens


Technology: 5 Ways to Reboot Yourself



Lol...Omg...Idk: Why am I so tired?

Raise your hand if you've sent an embarrassing text message — the message that neither you nor your friend can understand because it looks like gibberish, or the one that's accidently sent to someone who shouldn't have read it.

Did you ever think that your nighttime pings, rings, and vibrates could be the reason why?

Lack of sleep can cause you to send embarrassing texts. But more important, sending and receiving messages late at night can disrupt your sleep and leave you tired and unfocused when it's time for school. Studies show that lack of sleep, or interrupted sleep, can affect everything from your mood to your sports performance.

Sure, you want to stay connected with your friends, but how useful can you be when you're exhausted? Give your "tech" (texts, emails, calls) a rest from bedtime until your alarm clock rings so you can rest.

How can you ease out of being accessible — but sluggish — all the time to unplugging at bedtime? Here are some tips to follow at night that will help boost your energy and focus in the morning:

  1. Log off your instant messenger, Facebook, and email.Pings in the middle of the night can interrupt your sleep — even if you don't get up to answer them. And, more than likely, if your friends see that you're logged out, they'll log out too.
  2. Turn off your cell phone (don't just set it on vibrate) when it's time for bed. Buzzes can be just as loud as beeps or rings, especially late at night when everything else is quiet. Plus, if your friends have no one to talk to, maybe they'll be inspired to turn off their cell and catch some Zzzs, too.
  3. Get in the habit of powering off your computer —especially if it's in your room. Sometimes just logging off your instant messenger or Facebook is not enough. Blinking lights and glowing screens can make it harder to fall and stay asleep.
  4. Get your cell phone out of your room completely. Try charging your phone overnight in a separate room. While your cell battery is restoring, you can get the sleep you need to recharge your own battery. Having your cell in another room can reduce the chance that you'll use it during and after bedtime.
  5. Make getting enough sleep your way to look and feel good. Getting sleep is a great way to look and feel refreshed and focused in the morning. To get the sleep you need, tell your friends you will receive your last text, email, or phone call an hour before bedtime. This way, they'll know their beeps or buzzes will have to wait.

It can be quite a challenge to go from being constantly accessible to powering down at a certain time. But sticking to a cut-off curfew for your gadgets and gizmos will help you ease into bedtime and give your brain some tech-free downtime. And if you need an excuse, just say your parents are making you do it.


Source:  Kidshealth.org



Student Registration




Pre-register http://www.galenaparkisd.com/departments/registration/

through the Skyward Family Access System. (Skyward Family Access is a secure internet-based website that allows parents and guardians to easily enroll students, verify enrollment information and track their students' progress.  Each family who has a student enrolled will receive a username and password.)


The following documents are needed to complete the registration process:

  • proof of address,
  • birth certificate,
  • social security card,
  • immunization records, and
  • records from previous school.




Student Drop-Off/Pick-Up Location 2014-2015


School starts at 7:05am and ends at 2:30pm.The student drop-off parking lot is located between our auditorium and the ZOTZ building. For any questions, please contact our front office at 832-386-3400.



North Shore 9 Bus/Transportation Schedule


Click here for Schedule






North Shore 9 - Safety All the Time!


We will all continue to work together and never let up on keeping our students and staff safe.  We truly appreciate everyone who helps to make this happen every day.




Late Arrival Days 2014-2015

School Starts at 9:00 am


Late Arrival Dates:

August – None 

September – 17, 24                                 

October – 1, 8, 29

November – 5, 12, 19                              

December – None                                   

January – 14, 21, 28

February – 4, 11, 18                                

March – 11                                                 

April – 8, 22, 29

May – None                                               

June - None


Parent Information About Dress Code 2014-2015


NSHS 9 Dress Code



Student Cell Phone and Personal Device Policy


Link to New Cell Phone Policy




Free/Reduced Lunch Application

Parents! You can apply for your child's lunch application online now. It is quick and easy to complete a free/reduced meal application and even setup a pre-paid meal account too.




Coach Lewis



Social Media/ Mobile Device Safety PSA