INFO: Chasing the Dragon is a documentary film produced by the FBI and the DEA to raise awareness and educate citizens on the dangers of prescription drug abuse and the heroin epidemic. The film follows individuals who chose to share their story to help stop others from going down the same destructive path.
WHEN/WHERE: Bama Theater 600 Greensboro Avenue, March 28, 2017 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: The screening is free and open to the public. Community leaders, parents, teachers, students and all concerned citizens are encouraged to attend.
WARNING: The film contains graphic content and language. Parental discretion is advised.
In case you missed our meeting on Monday and need additional information in order to participate in your student's registration process, here is the presentation from the meeting.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation named Northridge High School senior Jordan Walker a National Merit Finalist. Walker will receive a $2,500 scholarship or corporate scholarship from the organization if she is named a National Merit Scholar. She says she plans to major in chemical engineering at The University of Alabama.
Northridge High School is committed to providing all students with opportunities to reach their potential as confident, self-directed, and life-long learners. Students are encouraged to meet the expected standards of conduct and to treat peers, adults and themselves with fairness, dignity, respect, and tolerance.
The event is set for April 17, at Tuscaloosa Magnet Schools beginning at 6 p.m.
Each selected applicant will be competing against two other applicants during the interview process.