The Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) was established to support the school’s mission to create a safe and inclusive environment for all of our GLBT students. In addition to activities that contribute to a supportive school climate, including staff presentations, the group provides a social network where members have fun and support each other. Students and advisor meet every other week throughout the school year. Activities include: Trevor’s Day, Spirit Day, Ally Week and National Day of Silence. A resource library is available for students and staff on a variety of GLBT issues.
Advisor: Ms. Flint, English Department
Skills USA is a national student organization at Northeast specifically for trade, technical, and health occupation students. It is an organization designed for and run by vocational students. Skills USA offers prestige and recognition through a program of awards and contests, which start at class and shop level and lead through state and national competition. Some skill areas even have international competition. Skills USA advisors are found in each trade area and all students are encouraged to become members. Skills USA encourages a strong work ethic and an opportunity for students to learn more about their strengths in their trade/career areas.
The Student Council is composed of three representatives from each of the four classes, each member elected by his/her class, with the president elected at-large by the student body. A member of Skills USA is appointed. The offices of vice president, treasurer and secretary are filled by election from among the student council representatives. The Student Council meets periodically at a time and place publicly announced to the student body. A faculty advisor is provided for guidance.
Advisor: Mr. Fitzgerald, World Language Department
The Northeast Chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) works to promote safe decisions regarding drug and alcohol use, and safe driving. Students are involved in peer training activities and are planning positive events that students can be involved in without peer pressure to use drugs or alcohol. Northeast students are working to promote a safe environment at Northeast and to use positive peer pressure to help kids make good decisions.
Advisor: Mr. Lippman, Science Department
Students are invited and encouraged to contribute to the yearbook as it becomes a source of school pride.
Please contact Yearbook Advisor with questions or pictures you wish to submit for consideration.
Orders may be placed online at Jostensyearbooks by searching Northeast Metro in the find your school toolbar!
Advisor: Ms. Jamie Pickles, Business Technology Department