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Counselors’ Report – December 7, 2016

Counselors’ Report NCHS Counseling Office End of Semester Reminders: 1. Students will be given second semester schedules before they leave for winter break. 2. Students who fail required classes for the first semester should contact the Counseling Office about repeating the course! 3. Semester Exam Schedule: a. Monday, December 19: Period 1 exam b. Tuesday,

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Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest Winners

The Veterans of Foreign Wars sponsored the Patriot's Pen Essay Contest at Okawville Junior High School. This year's topic was The America I Believe In. All seventh and eighth grade students participated; Mr. Gaebe was the sponsoring faculty member. This year, Zoe Todd, daughter of Paul and Heather Todd, was the first place winner. Her

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Kaskaskia College Education Center Hours December 12 Through January 5

Kaskaskia College Education Center Hours December 12 Through January 5 All Kaskaskia College Education Centers will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday starting December 12 and ending January 5. The main campus and education centers are closed on Fridays. If you have questions please feel free to contact the college

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District 49 Call Home – December 7, 2016

District 49 Call Home The response to collecting unwrapped, new and gently used toys and books for our local BCMW is overwhelming! You have until Thursday, December 15, 2016 to add a gift. All donations will be given to families served by the Washington County Office. Donations may be dropped off under the Christmas tree

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VFW Voice of Democracy Essay Contest Winners

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Voice of Democracy Essay Contest was recently conducted at Okawville High School under the direction of Dana Donovan and Jackie Smith. All juniors participated in the contest whose topic this year was My Responsibility to America. The first place winner was Audrey Jansen, daughter of Paul and Tanya Jansen. Responsibilities

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Leonard Alwardt Scholarship Awarded

Nashville Community High School and The Nashville Savings Bank are proud to announce that Mr. Jonathan Barker is the Class of 2016 recipient of the Leonard Alwardt Industrial Technology Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating senior in memory of a very special educator who served Nashville Community High School. Leonard Alwardt

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Jr. Hornets Move To 12-0

The eighth grade Nashville Middle School boys basketball team, stayed undefeated this season with wins over Central City and Murphysboro. The Jr. Hornets eighth graders moved to 12-0 on the season. The seventh grade Jr. Hornets team also picked up two wins this week, which moved their record to 10-1 on the season. The eighth

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Nashville FFA Competes At Section 21 Agronomy

By: Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter On November 16, the Nashville FFA Chapter competed at the Section 21 Agronomy Career Development Event. The contest was hosted by the Kaskaskia College Agriculture department. In the Agronomy CDE, members tested their ability to identify common weeds, common seeds, and common insects, along with taking a written test on

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Trinity-St. John Lutheran School Christmas Concert

Please join us on Friday, December 9 for an afternoon performance at 1:30 p.m. or an evening performance at 7:00 p.m. in the school gymnasium, at 680 W. Walnut as the children Pre-K (age 4) through 8th grade students present “Gather Around the Christmas Tree” by Jean Schoenemann. Come to hear the children sing many

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NCHS FFA To Work Towards Building Greenhouse

NCHS FFA Instructor Julie Bond-Ledford spoke to the School board on the evening of Monday, November 21, about a greenhouse the FFA would like to build. By Alex Haglund Nashville Community High School FFA instructor Julie Bond-Ledford spoke to the school board at their November meeting held on the evening of Monday, November 21, and

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