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Scholastic Book Fair At Nashville Grade Schools, Feb. 9-12

The Scholastic Book Fair will be open at Nashville Primary and Middle Schools February 9-12, bringing books and educational products to young readers. Books and other items of interest will be available to parents and teachers as well. As a fundraiser, the Scholastic Book Sale will benefit all the students in the district. The Book…

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NMS Students Prepare For Science Fair

Nashville Middle School students Hayden Kellerman and Briannah Ralls are working on their project for the Science Fair held Thursday, Feb. 12. The Science Fair is open to the public and coincides with the Wurst-Markt Dinner and Book Fair. The Wurst-Markt is from 4 – 7 p.m. and the Book and Science Fairs are from…

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Dalaviras On McKendree Dean’s List

Eric Dalaviras of Nashville made the Dean’s List at McKendree University by maintaining high grades during the fall semester. Dalaviras is a music major and is the son of Jim and Christin Dalaviras of Nashville. He is a graduate of NCHS. McKendree students earn dean’s list recognition by maintaining a grade point average of 3.6…

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KC Announces Graduates

Kaskaskia College recently released the names of students who graduating following the Fall 2014 semester. From Nashville: Caleb Brink, Robert Hankins, Chelsea Wulf, Gloria Bathon, Jesse Mamell, Sarah Harrison, Taylor Blumhorst and James Dodson. Hoyleton: Jessica Davis, Mary Suedmeyer and Audrey Nierman. Okawville: Connor Obermeier and Chantilly Sanchez. Irvington: Tarra Orrill and Ashton Wingo. Richview:…

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Bierman Earns Academic Honors At Citadel

Andrew Bierman of The Citadel South Carolina Corps of Cadets was recognized for earning a Gold Star in the fall 2014 semester. Gold Stars are awarded by The Citadel to cadets and students who have made a grade point ratio of 3.7 or higher for their work accomplished during that semester. Biermann, of Nashville, was…

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Nashville Chapter Wins FFA Quiz Bowl

Four FFA chapters participated in the 2nd annual “FFA Quiz Bowl” at NCHS in December. The event was sponsored by the Young Leader Committees from Perry and Washington County Farm Bureaus. Participating chapters were Nashville, Pinckneyville, Okawville, and Du Quoin. Each chapter was invited to bring two teams of 3-5 students to participate in the…

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NCHS Board Holds Bonda Sale Hearing

NCHS Board Holds Bond Sale Hearing By Alex Haglund The Nashville Community High School Board met for their regular meeting for the month of January at 6 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 19, in the new media center. Immediately prior to the meeting, the board held a hearing on the sale of bonds to help finance…

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Farm Bureau Supports NEC Campaign

Kaskaskia College announced that the Washington County Farm Bureau has donated $1,000 to the Nashville Education Center Campaign. Brad Conant, Manager of the Washington County Farm Bureau says, “It is our hope that the new Nashville Education Center will be a resource for our members, their families, and the agriculture industry in our area. We…

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Letter: Breese Coach Honored And Humbled By Team’s Win Of Hawkins Award

Breese Coach Honored And Humbled By Team’s Win Of Hawkins Award Dear Nashville High School Sports Community, I would like to take the opportunity to let your community, the administrators and the tournament staff at NCHS know how honored and humbled I was when our basketball team won the “Don Hawkins Sportsmanship Award” at the…

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Letter: What Course Is Best For Students In Hoyleton?

What Course Is Best For Students In Hoyleton? Hoyleton District 29 Grade School Board voted to proceed with the annexation/dissolution of the school district to Nashville District 49. Since then, a group of Hoyleton residents have started a petition to stop the process before going to the Regional Board of Trustees for the final decision.…

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