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 End of Semester Reminders: 1. Students are to attend each exam period at the scheduled time appropriate to their classes. The exception to this would be students who have 7th period PE or
FRONT ROW, Cortland Stiegman, Caillyn Maschhoff, Celeste McDonald, Andrew Lamczyk, Daniel Ratermann, Reagan Waldman and Abby Cottom. MIDDLE ROW, Tailer Pelczynski, Harrison Zgonina, Josephine Bronke, Cheyenne Harris and Anna Bauza. BACK ROW, Kaden Linkey, Luke Pedtke, Ruby Konkel and Addison Povolish. NOT PICTURED, Oliver Gaubatz. These St. Ann School students were recognized at St. Ann
By Ernie Fowler – Nashville CHSD #99 firstname.lastname@example.org One of the true wonders in life is to watch teenagers eat. This is especially true with teenage boys. When they tie on the feedbag it is a sight to behold. Nobody knows this better than parents of said teenage boys. I’m not sure that a 17
The Nashville High School girls golf team, which finished second at state, was honored during halftime of the Hornets home opening win over Waterloo Gibault. From left to right: Hope Rueter, Kaitlyn Simons, Shaelin Heiman, Jordan Stiegamn, Coach Doug Kell, Rachael Kell, Brooke Bartling, Sara Guetersloh, and Jill Guetersloh.
By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter Meghan Felts, a first-year FFA member, received the 212° Conference Scholarship from the Illinois FFA Foundation. This scholarship paid for the two-day conference held in Collinsville, Ill. on November 18-19. 212° – the temperature at which water boils – focuses on taking students to the boiling point of personal leadership.
By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter On November 18 through the 19, students from FFA chapters across Illinois attended the 212° Leadership Conference in Collinsville, Illinois. This two-day event is made possible by title sponsors as a special project of the National FFA Foundation. 212° – the temperature at which water boils – focuses on taking
, Program That Prepares Students For Vibrant Futures Through Illinois FFA, students develop skills and confidence to help them succeed in their agricultural careers and throughout their life. The FFA Mission: FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural
By Ernie Fowler – Nashville CHSD #99 email@example.com Kids have a unique way of looking at the world. A big topic of conversation for my seven year old is age. I’ve noticed when he meets other kids for the first time; he often doesn’t start the conversation by introducing himself by name. He typically begins
The Nashville Middle School Jr. Hornettes basketball team has won two of their past three games. The Jr. Hornettes defeated Rome on November 19, before falling to Aviston in their last game of November. The Jr. Hornettes bounced back from the loss against Aviston to defeat Murphysboro on December 1. The Jr. Hornettes last game
The TSJ/ILS Lady Titans girls basketball team, bounced back from a loss to Tamaroa/St. Bruno to win three straight games over Ashley, Hoffman, and Trinity Centralia. In their first game of the week, Tamaroa/St. Bruno used a big fourth quarter, to get past the Lady Titans 38-29. TSJ/ILS took a 12-9 lead after the first