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School Honors And Scholarships – June 6, 2018

Nashville High School Fourth Quarter Honor Roll Freshmen: High Honor Roll (3.75-4.0): William Barczewski, Madison Draege, Samantha Edwards, Autumn Evans, Katlyn Eversgerd, Logan Eversgerd, Ashlyn Frazier, Ayla Furlow, Hanah Grzegorek, Courtney Hallock, Trent Harris, Kiley Heidel, Joshua Hemker, Jada Jablonski, Katelyn Kessler, Gabriel Kreid, Cayla Krueger, Lydia Kurtz, Maryjane Laws, Breanne Liggett, Abigail Maschhoff, Ethan…

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Honors and Scholarships – May 30, 2018

Area School Honor Rolls, Scholarship Presentations And More – May 30, 2018 NCHS Seniors Receive Approximately One Million Dollars In Scholarships Okawville High School Second Semester Honor Roll Seniors: Highest Honor Roll (4.0): Emily Bening, Russell Rodely, Gulshat Rozyyeva, Rebekah Segelhorst. High Honor Roll (3.67-3.99): Audrey Jansen, McKinzey Mattingly, Tyler Roesener, Casean Tebbe, Madelyn Tepe,…

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NCHS Art Students Paint Drug Takeback Box

The box is pictured here, along with some of those who worked on it. FROM LEFT, Natasha Migliore (9th grade), Madi Kurtz (10th), Donald Hollowell (9th), Duall Schlichter (9th), Art Teacher Danielle Schultz, Willow Simmons (12th), Nick Renth (11th), Brendan Baum (11th), and Josie Woodrome (9th).  Not pictured: Mikala Kozuszek (12th), Jena Roesener (12th), and…

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On To The Next Chapter

Class Of 2018 Graduates From NCHS Seniors no more: graduates toss their hats into the air as the commencement exercises at Nashville Community High School draw to a close on the hot and humid afternoon of Sunday, May 27. The Nashville News posted a “Facebook Live” video of the ceremony. A full gallery from the…

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Bringing The Law To The Lawless

Sheriff’s Department Chief Deputy John Kennedy Visits With Preschoolers At Happy Days A HUGE thank you goes to Chief Deputy John Kennedy of the Washington County Sheriff’s Department for coming to visit us at Happy Days Preschool. Kennedy PATIENTLY answered such questions as: Are you ever scared? What do you do with the bad guys?…

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Making An Impact – For The Better

FROM LEFT, Fr. Andy Knopik, St. Ann Church; Connie Barre, Assistant Director of the Catholic Ministry to Sick and Aged of Southern Illinois, who presented three Sr. Leona Service Awards to, St. Ann School Teacher Janice Gaubatz; the 7th and 8th grade classes, represented by Tommy Herzog; and the 5th and 6th grade classes, represented…

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Pop Palooza Brought Outdoor Music, Fun To NCHS

ABOVE, Willow Simmons. Nashville Community High School hosted Pop Palooza on the afternoon and into the evening of Saturday, May 19. This was the first year the event had been held, and it brought live outdoor music, games, activities and food on a late spring day. While clouds looked ominous and rain threatened, no more…

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Zgonina Wins Scholarship From Fox Theatre Talent Competition

NCHS Junior and long-time dance student and instructor Hillary Zgonina competed in the St. Louis Teen Talent Competition, sponsored by the Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation making it as far as the finals, which were held in St. Louis on the evening of April 28. Zgonina made her way through an initial group of over…

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Shrew Taming…Or Shrew Lassoing?

Stone Soup Shakespeare, now in its eighth season, brought this year’s play, “The Taming of the Shrew” to the “stage” at the pavilion across the creek at Memorial Park on the evening of Thursday, May 10. Their take on “Taming” was a distinctly western one, with cowboy hats, whooping and hollering, a combination of western…

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