NCHS Music Boosters Masquerade And Halloween Dance On Saturday, October 21 the NCHS Music BOO!sters held their annual Masquerade and Halloween Dance at the DuBois KC Hall. Live music was provided by the Beaucoup Bottom Band (Hornet music alumni) and the evening’s MC was our very own music teacher, Mr. Steve Browne. A portion of
Kea Wilson To Kick-Off Kaskaskia College Writer’s Series Kaskaskia College announces that the fall event for the Visiting Writers Series will be held on Tuesday, October 31 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the Lifelong Learning Center on the KC main campus. The Guest writer will be Kea Wilson, who will read from her novel,
Kaskaskia College Drafting Students Tour Nascote Kaskaskia College Manufacturing Process students recently observed manufacturing at Nascote Industries in Nashville.
“Shrek” Being Brought To Stage At NCHS The NCHS Music Department is bringing “Shrek” to life on the school’s stage, with six planned performances planned – Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 3,4 and 5, and 10, 11 and 12. Friday and Saturday performances start at 7 p.m., and Sunday performances at 5 p.m. Tickets are
NCHS Board Discusses Search For New Superintendent With IASB Rep By Alex Haglund At their regular October meeting held on the evening of Monday, October 16, the NCHS School Board spoke with Jim Helton, a representative of the Illinois Association of School Boards (IASB), who described the IASB’s executive search service that the board is
Nashville FFA Earns 4th Place At Soil Judging By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter On Wednesday, October 4, six members of the Nashville FFA Chapter participated in the Section 21 Soil Judging contest hosted by Kaskaskia College. The Soil Judging Career Development Event is designed for students enrolled in Agricultural Science or Agricultural Resource Management classes.
Happy Days Visits Pumpkin Patch Happy Days Preschool went to Country Kids Pumpkin Patch in Hoyleton on Friday, Oct. 13. We enjoyed picking pumpkins, the go-carts, the corn maze, pig races and the petting zoo.
Public Invited To Attend Community Engagement Forum At KC Nashville Education Center Kaskaskia College is inviting the community of Nashville and the surrounding areas to attend a Community Engagement Forum at the Nashville Education Center on Tuesday, October 31 at 8:30 a.m. The meeting is provided to share information with the public, as well as
NCHS Students Brent Harris And Jacob Woodrome Commended In National Merit Scholarship Program Principal Mark Begando of Nashville Community High School, announced that Brent Harris and Jacob Woodrome have been named Commended Students in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts
St. Ann School Students Collect Shoes For Clean Drinking Water By Alex Haglund St. Ann School teacher Janice Gaubatz has been heading up the Works of Mercy efforts carried out by the school’s students. For September, the work of mercy that the students carried out was twofold – to clothe the naked and to give