Students from St. Ann Catholic School recently participated in a Speech Meet at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel in Herrin. The final speech meet of the year which includes schools from all over the Diocese of Belleville, will be held on Saturday, April 29 at St. Ann in Nashville.
By Section 22 FFA Reporter, Mallory Unverfehrt Robert’s Rule of Order were performed at the Section 22 FFA Parliamentary Procedure CDE (Career Development Event) on January 11th at Kaskaskia College in Centralia. Section 22 was represented by Marissa, New Athens, Okawville, Valmeyer, and Waterloo FFA Chapters. This CDE is competed in with teams of
By Section 22 FFA Reporter, Mallory Unverfehrt Section 22 FFA has recommended 23 FFA members for their State Degrees after applications were sent in and interviews were complete on February 8 at Waterloo Community High School. The State FFA Degree is the highest degree offered by the State of Illinois, it is second overall only
Youth motivational speaker Tom Thelen spoke at a presentation held at Assembly Hall on the afternoon of Wednesday, February 15. “I’m not here to scare you,” Thelen said, “I’m here to give you tools.” Thelen suggested that it was important that when dealing bullies or others in a confrontation, not to lose control, even if
NCHS Drama Club Presentation Of “The Princess Bride” Coming To Hoyleton Community Club The NCHS Drama Club is excited to invite the community to the First Annual Benefit Dinner Theatre on February 25, at the Hoyleton Community Center. This year’s show is the one-and-only Princess Bride, adapted from the film for the stage by Ms.
During the week of January 22nd-29th students, teachers and families celebrated our wonderful Lutheran schools! In the Lutheran church there are currently 1,173 Early Childhood Centers, 804 Elementary Schools and 91 High Schools sharing the life-changing message of Jesus’ love with more than 250,000 students, their families and the community. The theme for the week
Nashville District # 49 Kindergarten Registration for the 2017-2018 school year will be held at Nashville Primary School Office on Monday, March 20, 2017 between the hours of 7:30 A.M. and 5:30 P.M. Students do not need to attend. Any child entering Kindergarten must be 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2017.
By Alex Haglund The NCHS Board voted to repay several loans taken from the district’s working cash fund earlier in the year at their meeting held on Monday, January 23. “We have received about 90-percent of the taxes from Washington County,” NCHS Superintendent Ernie Fletcher told the board. The loans being repaid included: • $84,000
By Jill Moon The West Washington County District #10 School Board met January 26. Members discussed the senior class trip to Chicago. Students will leave April 16 and return April 21 and will cost $1,200 per student. Two chaperones are going from the school and two male chaperones will be provided by the service. Superintendent