Nashville Community High School held Posi-Teen week from January 29-February 2. Students were nominated and voted on by the teachers and staff of NCHS for the award. The 12 seniors named Posi-Teens were: Jaylyn Bower, Sydney Brinkmann, Cole Herrmann, Maksym Kuzhdin, Callie McClay, Cameron Parker, Meritt Rittenhouse, Hope Rueter, Austin Schorfheide, Kaitlyn Simonds, Zachary Williamson, and Jacob Woodrome.
Posi-Teen Week At NCHS
The Posi-Teen Award was created in 1990 to reward students of the senior class at Nashville Community High School for their consistent good attitude, their cheerful outlook on life, their positive classroom presence, and their consideration for those around us.
Posi-Teen week is organized by the NCHS Lifesavers. The Lifesaver sponsors are Jenny Olson (English teacher), and Danielle Schultz (Art teacher).
The theme of this year’s week was “When you can’t find sunshine, be the sunshine!”.
Highlights of this year’s Posi-Teen Week: A button design contest and Mackenzie McFeron’s button design was chosen.
Dress-up themes took place for students each day of the week. Optimist Club hosted a Bingo Night on Monday, January 29.
Senior Posi-Teen winners enjoyed a luncheon held by the Lifesavers Sponsors.