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NMS Music Department Succeeds Despite Covid

 Nashville – NMS Music Room has been quite busy the past couple months as they prepared for their Spring Concert, Pep Band Games and Organizational Contest! NAfME (National Association for Music Education) recognizes the month of March as, “Music in Our Schools Month.”  NMS students represented music in our schools very well this past month! NMS…

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NCHS Counselor’s Report

NCHS COUNSELING OFFICE ACT Science Prep Sessions: NCHS teachers will be hosting prep sessions for the upcoming ACT.  Students may sign up in the office. Kaskaskia College Jumpstart Program: The Jump Start Program is for freshman, sophomore, or junior students that attend a high school in the Kaskaskia College District.  Registering through Jump Start allows…

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This Week’s School News

Friday Night Lightning Postpones Homecoming Football Game By: Abigail Maschhoff The Hornet football team’s Homecoming game against DuQuoin last Friday was postponed due to a thunderstorm. The Nashville Hornets geared up to play the DuQuoin Indians last Friday for the Homecoming game.  Due to the bad weather, the game was moved to April 12 at…

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District 49 Call Home

Students who are learning remotely, we are asking you to bring your school issued computer to school before Christmas Break. Middle School students you may return your computer and charger on Friday, December 18th after morning classes until 4:30. All other students, you may return your computer and charger on Thursday, December 17th after school…

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Local Students Named To First Quarter Honor Rolls

Nashville Middle School First Quarter Honor Roll Eighth Grade Perfect 5.0: Jaylee Aulds , Evan Eberhart, Trinity Engelman, Lainey Fletcher, Claire Greten, Hudson Jones, Grady Kirchner, Samuel Kollbaum, Quentin Pedtke, Mia Vogt, Emma Williamson High Honor 4.5 – 4.99: Heather Arnold, Beth Evilsizer, Kloey Guertin, Sailor Gutzler-Dlubala, Dylan Hicks, Daven Hug, Andrew Jablonski, Ally Jones,…

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NMS To Celebrate Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week is next week, October 26th – 30th! Monday – Wake Up Drug Free – wear your PJ’s Tuesday – Elect To Be Drug Free – wear red, white, and blue Wednesday – We Like Warm Hugs, Not Drugs – wear your favorite Disney clothes Thursday – You Won’t See Me Using Drugs…

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Donations Needed For Back-To-School Drive

The annual Back To School Supply Drive for Nashville Schools has now begun! You can drop off your donations at Dollar General, Jamie’s Tumbling, Lee’s Variety, The Winning Edge, Kroger, Nashville Primary School or The Nashville News. The items needed include notebooks, pens, crayons, markers and folders. You can also join the Nashville School District…

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KC To Host Commencement On Friday, July 10

Kaskaskia College will be hosting its 2020 Commencement ceremony on Friday, July 10 at 7:00 pm on the College’s main campus.  Although much will be different about this year’s ceremony, many of the traditions of commencement such as the processional and recessional, the conferring of degrees, and the opportunity for students to walk across the…

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District 49 Offers Registration Options

Nashville #49 is offering two options for registering students for the upcoming school year.  They are as follows: OPTION #1 (Online Registration) Parents may register their child by using our online registration portal through Skyward.  This option will be available to all returning families starting on Monday, July 13 and will end on Friday, August…

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NCHS Releases 2020-21 Online Registration Portal

All Nashville Community High School students are asked to register for the 2020-2021 school year using the online registration portal that is tentatively set to open on July 20th. Parents will find instructions when you sign into your Skyward account. Registration in the building will by appointment only Tuesday, August 6th. Please call 327-8286 to…

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