July, 2017

Posted by Bill Wiesbrook on 7/12/2017

Greetings from NCHS.  We are in the middle of our summer break in District 203, and I hope that students and families are having a nice summer.  Many of our students are staying involved in school during the summer.  Approximately 800 students are attending summer school held at Naperville North.  Summer school is six weeks in length, and most students attend from 7:30 am – 12:20 pm five days/week.  It provides an opportunity for students to learn, earn credit, possibly create room for an elective course in their upcoming schedule, get ahead, or catch up.  I applaud the students and staff for their dedication and commitment during the summer, and know they are also looking forward to the conclusion of summer school on July 14th.


Many of our students have attended or are currently participating in summer athletic camps or marching band camp.  These camps are not mandatory, but provide an excellent opportunity for students to improve their skills and prepare for the upcoming school year season.  I am always impressed with the dedication and commitment of our students and staff who realize that hard work and a positive attitude are usually the ingredients that produce success.  The same is true for most endeavors—whether in or outside of school.


Registration is scheduled for August 8th, 9th, and 10th at NCHS.  Families should have received packets sent to homes recently to prepare for registration.  It works best for our school and students to participate in registration on the designated date/time.  This allows for the necessary preparation for the many details needed to get a good start to the school year.  Anyone with a question related to registration is encouraged to call NCHS at 630-420-6420 between 7:00 – 3:00 pm Monday-Friday.


I’m looking forward to another amazing school year.  I am very fortunate to serve as principal in a school filled with incredible students, supported by great families, and led by a dedicated and caring staff.  It’s always GOOD TO BE A REDHAWK!


Mr. Wiesbrook, Principal