The Okawville High School Student Leadership Team, represented by Fiona Winkel and Max Aubel, made a $350 donation to Angel for Autism, represented by Kristen Storey. The donation is the profit from the April Autism Awareness shirt sale conducted in conjunction with Nashville High School.
School’s Out! Seniors of the class of 2017 toss their hats at the end of graduation on Sunday, May 28. The students of the Nashville Community High School said their final farewells to the school and Assembly Hall on the afternoon of Sunday, May 28 – graduation! For a look at these outgoing Hornet
Stephen Kozuszek, Hornets Football Offensive Coordinator under former head coach Tim Kuhn, has been tapped to lead the gridiron squad beginning next season. By Brent Huelsmann Just a few weeks removed from Tim Kuhn resigning as coach of the Nashville Hornets football team, Nashville has a new coach. The Hornets stayed in-house with the
Wayne Harre, longtime Hornets Girls Basketball Coach and former Hornets athletic director, has been tapped to lead the NCHS Boys Basketball team. By Brent Huelsmann A few weeks after a loss in the Sectional Final to Alton Marquette, the Nashville Hornets basketball program was looking for a new coach. Brad Weathers, retired from coaching
Members of the NCHS Hornets Varsity Football Team came to the NCHS Board meeting held on Monday, May 22, in order to offer a statement of support for coach Stephen Kozuszek, who had not yet been hired at that point as the head football coach. Kozuszek’s hiring was announced by the board at a special
US academic environments define leadership as “a process of social influence in which a person can enlist the aid and support of others in the accomplishment of a common task”. (Wikipedia). As taxpayers we expect that the high school we support functions at the highest level possible within the means available. Through elections we select
“Et Tu, Brute?” Intrigue and murder in ancient Rome were the bread and butter (or perhaps, bread and circuses) of the actors of Stone Soup Shakespeare, when they performed “Julius Caesar” at Memorial Park in Nashville on Thursday, May 11. By Alex Haglund Stone Soup Shakespeare, a touring acting company that brings “Shakespeare in the
By Alex Haglund On Monday, May 24, the Nashville Education Association, which represents NCHS faculty, released a statement that at their May 9 meeting, their members took a vote and voiced an opinion of no confidence in District 99 Superintendent Ernie Fowler. The letter, which is reprinted on Page A6 of the May 24
On Monday, May 24, the Nashville Education Association, which represents NCHS faculty, released a statement that at their May 9 meeting, their members took a vote and voiced an opinion of no confidence in District 99 Superintendent Ernie Fowler. Following this release, the NCHS Board released their own statement, wherein they express their support for
By Ernie Fowler – Nashville CHSD #99 email@example.com My summer break has gotten off to a rocky start. Unfortunately, some (not all) of my friends with the Nashville Education Association aren’t happy with me. I’m in good company. Santa Claus can’t make everybody happy. Jesus Christ was perfect and was killed for his actions.