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GED Class To Be Offered At Nashville Education Center

Kaskaskia College is happy to announce it will offer a free GED® (General Education Development) Review class at the Nashville Education Center located at 17869 Exchange Avenue in Nashville in March 2018. The GED® course prepares students to pass the GED® Tests that will earn them a high school equivalency certificate. The areas of study

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NCHS Student Gallery “Grace In Murky Waters” By Olivia Anderson

This week, the art work for the NCHS Student Gallery is “Grace In Murky Waters” by Sophomore Olivia Anderson. An Art II student, Anderson created the piece as a 12X16-inch oil pastel drawing. It depicts a mother swan and her babies swimming on a pong. “I recently learned about the style of Impressionism in my

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Building Improvement Work Planned At NCHS

By Alex Haglund The Nashville Community High School Board’s regular meeting for February was held on the evening of Monday, February 26, a week later than normal, due to the regular meeting night falling on President’s Day. Work Following ROE Inspection At an earlier meeting, Hawkins had told the board that in the fall of

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So Far Away, Yet So Close…

NCHS Ukrainian exchange student Maksym Kuzhdin helps to facilitate a Skype conversation between his NCHS Classmates, TOP, and his classmates from school back home in Ukraine, BELOW. By Alex Haglund Despite a geographic gulf of thousands of miles, on the morning of Thursday, March 1, a group of students from NCHS and another from a

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St. Ann School Works Of Mercy: Visiting The Imprisoned

The Works of Mercy being undertaken by the students at St. Ann School in Mrs. Janice Gaubatz class take on a different theme each month. The works are either spiritual (caring for the spirit) or corporal (caring for people here in the physical world). The Works for January were corporal – “Visiting The Imprisoned”. Since

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Okawville High School Places First In Academic Challenge Competition

Pictured are the participating Okawville students. First row – Kathryn Lohman, Megan Hettenhausen, Emily Bening, Erin Klasing, Tiffany Thompson. Standing is Payton Riechmann, Daniel Jansen, Ashley Langenstein, Ethan Eckert, Ryan Bechtoldt, Russell Rodely, Audrey Jansen, Kole Jackson. The Annual Academic Challenge was held at Kaskaskia College on February 8. Fifteen district high schools were in

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Nashville High School Places First In Academic Challenge Competition

Pictured are the participating Nashville students. First row – Annabelle Epplin, Hillary Zgonina, Brooke Bartling, Josie Woodrome, Mallory Knolhoff. Second row – Graham Speedie, Anastasia Aydt, Gabe Kreid, Micah Arnold, Savanna Staley, Ethan Oelze, Nicholas Orr, Cole Hermann, Kaitlyn Simons, Jacob Maschoff, Drew Kuhle, He Bai, Jacob Woodrome, Avery Meade, Ethan Herzog, Tabor Kozuszek, Isaac

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Senior Night – NCHS Band

The seniors of the NCHS band were honored at halftime of the Hornets final home game of the season against DuQuoin on February 16. Pictured: Jaylyn Bower, daughter of Chuck Bower and Jessica Koelling; Rachel Cox, daughter of Kate and Todd Cox; Cali Fairbanks, daughter of Chuck and Kim Fairbanks; Holli Fullerton, dauther of Peggy

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BCMW Seeking Applicants For Scholarships

The BCMW Community Services Block Grant Program will be awarding five $1,000 scholarships to low-income residents of Bond, Clinton, Marion, and Washington Counties. This program is funded by the Illinois Department of Corrections and Economic Opportunity. The scholarships are open to low-income residents desiring to further their education during the 2018-19 school year at an

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