By Alex Haglund The Nashville Community High School Board met on the evening of Monday, June 26 for their last regular meeting of the fiscal year. At the meeting, members of the NCHS teachers’ union, the Nashville Education Association (NEA), were allowed a chance to speak to the board in closed session and air
FRONT ROW, Jenna Kujawa, Kassidy Linkey, and Reagan Waldman. BACK ROW, Teacher Rosalie Kostecki and Father Oliver Nwachukwu.
FRONT ROW, Jacob Kula, Alexis Spratt, Abby Cottom, and Ava Kujawa. BACK ROW, Teacher Rosalie Kostecki and Father Hayes.
ABOVE, Christian rock act 33AD plays for the summer concert held on Thursday, June 8 at the Pavilion across the creek at Memorial Park in Nashville. The band included, FROM LEFT, Daryl Norton, bass, Aaron Jackson, drums, Matt Sneed, vocals and guitar, and Ethan Patterson, electric guitar. BELOW, Norton shares testimony about his experience
By Alex Haglund Following up to the vote of no confidence that was announced with regards to Nashville Community High School Superintendent Ernie Fowler in May, the Nashville Education Association, the NCHS Teachers Union, has put out a statement saying that they will be at the June 26 meeting of the NCHS Board, and
TOP, John Langenfeld and Michael Caplinger lay the Marines wreath, having saluted in respect of all Veterans. By Patricia Rensing Memorial Day brought us beautiful weather. More beautiful than that was the dedication to the Veteran’s Memorial Tribute in Hoyleton. The Veteran’s Tribute was brought off the ground by Ron and Deb (Michael) Holle. Having a vision,
Steve Browne conducts NCHS Musicians through a medley of the songs of the various branches of the U.S. Armed services at the Nashville Memorial Day observances. NCHS Musicians will be back at the park on Thursday, June 1, to kick off the summer concert series there. By Alex Haglund The NCHS Music Department
Members who participated were, BACK ROW, Alex Johannes, Austin Schorfheide, Tyler Jahnke, Tabor Kozuszek, Bailey Schorfheide, Holli Fullerton, and Emily Stern, and FRONT ROW, Emily Wisely, Danya Parrish, Mady Reichmann, Johnna Bergmann, Reighn Stofferahn, Karlie Voss, and Liz Biermann. By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter The Nashville FFA Horticulture team recently brought home some
FROM LEFT, Reese Varel, Harrison Zgonina, and Tessa Kellerman. The annual Diocesan Speech Meet was held on Saturday, April 29 at St. Ann Catholic School with over a dozen schools and several dozen students participating. Students, coaches, judges and parents from the metro east, southern Illinois and points west made the trek in
Contestants included, FROM LEFT, Mason Niedbalski, Carli Hoffman, Austin Schorfheide, and Callie McClay. By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter On April 26, members of the Nashville FFA Chapter attended the District V Job Interview Career Development Event held at the SIU College of Agriculture Sciences. This contest is designed to help members enhance their