Chief Meteorologist Steve Templeton quizzes the crowd during the KMOV Storm Mode Tour stop at Nashville Community High School on Thursday, February 23. Templeton’s connection to Nashville comes through his wife, Rebecca Templeton, formerly Miller, and her family. While speaking with the crowd, he even came across a man with the last name
As part of FFA Week 2017, Monday, February 20-Friday, February 24, Thursday was tractor day! NCHS FFA students came to school in 16 tractors, including this Case Quadtrac driven in by Alec Barnett. Awards were given out amongst the tractor driving students, including, Newest Tractor: Brayden Schnitker; Oldest Tractor: Ryan Restoff; and Cleanest Tractor:
By Jill Moon During a discussion of bills at the February Okawville school board meeting Superintendent Scott Fuhrhop told the board the district was coming to the end of its current 5-year contract with Charter Communications that provides internet and phone service. He said the school desperately needs more bandwidth for quicker downloads. Fuhrhop
Faculty, parents and students were present at the Monday, February 27 meeting of the Nashville Community School Board in support of English Teacher Bethany McQuiston, whose position was eliminated. By Alex Haglund At the February meeting of the Nashville Community High School Board, held on the evening of Monday, February 27, the board voted
By Ernie Fowler – Nashville CHSD #99 email@example.com Temper tantrums seem to be in style these days. When I was a kid, a fit was met with a swift cure by my parents. They often told me things that I didn’t want to hear. This usually involved the word “no” somewhere in the conversation.
The NCHS English Department will host the 6th Annual Open-Mic Reading Night at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 9, 2017, in the NCHS Media Center. This event will showcase community members, students, and staff members reading their own original writings or their favorite writings. Community members are invited to enjoy classic, contemporary, and unpublished works
Since 1996, AFA’s partnerships have awarded more than $9 million in academic scholarships, and provided leader training to 13,000 students and young professionals. In Washington County alone, 17 students have received $54,400 in scholarships during the 14-year community partnership with AFA. Eligibility requirements for the Washington County Community Scholarship include any high school seniors enrolling
A free screening clinic for children from birth to five years of age is being offered by the Kaskaskia Special Education School District 801 and early intervention providers in the KSED service area in March and April. In Washington County, there is a clinic scheduled in Oakdale on Monday, March 20, from 9 to 11
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 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.
Events for grades K-4 for the week of February 27th – March 3rd. Mrs. Redfeairn would like to thank the volunteers who helped with the Book Fair. It was a huge success, she was able to purchase over $2000 worth of books for the Primary School Library! The Hoyleton Community Club will be holding a