By Brent Huelsmann The Nashville Community High School boys and girls track teams both began their outdoor season on Thursday March 23 at home. Five teams competed on the girls side, while six teams competed on the boys side. The Hornettes track team took home first place in the girls meet as they defeated Woodlawn,
By Brent Huelsmann The Nashville Hornets boys basketball team held their annual awards banquet on March 21, where they honored the freshman, sophomore, JV and varsity basketball teams, as well as the NCHS Cheerleading squad. The NCHS Cheerleaders were the first ones honored as they finished up a season in which they finished 14th out
Back To Basics: Growing And Cooking Greens Growing Greens in the garden go way beyond spinach and kale. Get the most nutrition out of your garden by incorporating several varieties of greens in your planting. University of Illinois Extension will present a program all about ‘greens.’ We will define what makes a green a green.
If you need to register your child for Kindergarten please stop by the Primary School Office during normal office hours this week! Kindergarten: Second Grade Lego Club is Wednesday, March 29th in the middle school cafeteria, Lego Club is over at 4:00. Students must have written permission to attend. There will be no phone calls
Nashville Community High School Phone: (618) 327.8286 Fax: (618) 327.4513 Web Address: Nashville-k12.org Tesha Maschhoff X250; Becky Luessenheide X381; Susan Boosinger X251 SAT/ACT Prep Classes: NCHS teachers are hosting SAT/ACT prep workshops at the high school. The math, reading, and English sessions will focus on SAT preparation. The science sessions will focus on ACT preparation.
The Nashville Middle School Jr. Hornettes finished out the regular season, this past week as the split matchups against TSJ and Sparta. The Jr. Hornettes defeated TSJ on March 13, before dropping their final game of the regular season to Sparta on March 14. On March 13, it was a sweep for the Jr. Hornettes
By Brent Huelsmann The All-Conference teams were announced for the Southern Illinois River to River Conference Mississippi Division with two Nashville Hornets earning the honor. Overall Pinckneyville led all schools in the Mississippi Division with three players named to the All-Conference team. DuQuoin, Nashville, and Carterville both had two players, while Anna-Jonesboro had one player
By Brent Huelsmann After a win on opening day over Greenville, the Nashville Hornettes softball team, has dropped four straight games. The Hornettes went through the gauntlet this past week as they took on some of the top teams in the state. Dupo, who finished second in Class 2A last season, St. Joe Ogden, who
By Brent Huelsmann After the start of the season was delayed a few days, the Hornets finally opened up their 2017 campaign on Friday March 17. The Hornets started the season winning two of their first three games, including a marathon 11 inning affair on opening day. The Hornets first game of the year, just