Announcements

Announcements for August 20, 2019

Announcements for August 20, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Crispito
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Combo Bar
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Creamed Chicken over Mashed Potatoes

Today’s Activities: Welcome Back ~ 1:30 Dismissal

First Bell
NBC Welcome Back 1st Period
2nd Period
3rd Period
TAP
5th Period
4th Period
4th Period
4th Period
6th Period

7th Period

8:05
Class Meetings 8:10-8:35 8:40-9:09
9:12-9:41
9:44-10:13

10:16-10:31 10:34-11:03 11:06-11:30 11:33-11:57 12:00-12:24

12:27-12:57 1:00-1:30

1st Lunch 2nd Lunch 3rd Lunch

  1. Middle School boys locker room will be closed today.

  2. The winner of the CD and Charger 1:1 guessing games are Emma Hill (only off by 2 cds) and Haley Claussen. Please stop by the tech office to claim your gift cards.

  3. Students interested in competitive Future Problem Solving should sign up this week on the clipboard inside of Mrs. Cody’s door.

  4. Grades 7 & 8, if you are interested in volleyball there will be a parent information meeting on Thursday at 5:30 and volleyball practice will begin Friday after school.

  5. Golfers - Please stop by Coach Ziettlow’s room and sign a Thank You card.

  6. Students that need to borrow a computer or charger will not be able to if they owe library fines or have books checked out from last year. We will get lists to TAP teachers or check in the library if you think that may be you.

Announcements for May 14, 2019

Announcements for May 14, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: Semester Test - 1:30 Dismissal

  1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out!

  2. Please turn in your 1:1 device ASAP. You may have to wait in line otherwise!

  3. Greenhouse has flowers and vegetables still available. Days open: May 16th from 4pm - 7 pm , May 24th Noon - 7 pm , Close out Sale will be on May 31st & June 1st: 8 am - 4 pm.

  4. Driver’s Education will be held June 10-14 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Sign-up and payment is due June 7th and forms can be picked up in the front office.

  5. There will be a YQCA training in the ag room on May 14th at 1:30 PM for anyone still needing it to show livestock this summer. You can to: yqca.learngrow.io to register. The cost is $3 and those funds go to the YQCA training group that are paid online when you register.

  6. NBC and the North Bend Community are hosting a blood drive on Thursday, May 16th from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm and the St Charles Parish Center. In the last few weeks we have shown what a community can do when it comes together, North Bend Strong

7. Anyone interested in participating in the D4LC:Explore Leadership conference July 8 & 9 in Aurora need to sign up with Mr. Mottl by today.

8. Junior High track athletes please turn in everything to Mr. Manka asap.

9. TAP and Reading (Middle School) teachers will be reading a list of books that are still checked out and fines that need to be paid. Remember that those fines don’t go away. They carry over from year to year. Return extra books you have checked out. You can keep 1 book until Monday. All books must be turned in and fines paid before we sign checkout sheets. Don’t wait until Tuesday to have the library sign your checkout sheet, or you will be waiting in long lines at the end of the day.

10. All current 8th graders, see Mrs. Gaughen when you have a chance if you have don’t have for next year before you leave today!!

11. Middle AND High School students wanting to pole vault next year: come see Mrs. Wright in Room A17 before you leave for the summer for information about summer opportunities!

12. A reminder that all track athletes must turn in there track gear Tuesday after school. Sign out sheets will not be signed and fines will be assessed if gear is not turned in on time.

13. Students - if you owe time, you need to either have your sheet signed for making it up and turn that sheet into the office or visit with Mrs. Petersen about when this time will be made up!

14. All library books must be checked in and all fines must be paid before your checkout sheet is can be signed by the library.
15. Sophomores who received a sheet from Mrs Gross-Rhode about money you earned during plant sales need to return your sheet

to Mrs. Gross-Rhode before you leave today. Money will be transferred to account you choose.
16. Students who plan on attending CHI camp in July need to get your essay and thank you letters to Mrs. Gross-Rhode by May 20

or your money will be given to others.

Happy Birthday to Charles Madsen and all those summer birthdays!

Announcements for May 13, 2019

Announcements for May 13, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Deli Sandwiches
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Chef Choice
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: Semester Test - Regular Dismissal District Golf @ Beemer

  1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year!

  2. Please turn in your 1:1 device ASAP. You may have to wait in line otherwise!

  3. Greenhouse has flowers and vegetables still available. Days open: May 16th from 4pm - 7 pm , May 24th Noon - 7 pm , Close out Sale will be on May 31st & June 1st: 8 am - 4 pm.

  4. Driver’s Education will be held June 10-14 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Sign-up and payment is due June 7th and forms can be picked up in the front office.

  5. There will be a YQCA training in the ag room on May 14th at 1:30 PM for anyone still needing it to show livestock this summer. You can to: yqca.learngrow.io to register. The cost is $3 and those funds go to the YQCA training group that are paid online when you register.

  6. NBC and the North Bend Community are hosting a blood drive on Thursday, May 16th from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm and the St Charles Parish Center. In the last few weeks we have shown what a community can do when it comes together, North Bend Strong

7. Anyone interested in participating in the D4LC:Explore Leadership conference July 8 & 9 in Aurora need to sign up with Mr. Mottl by today.

8. Junior High track athletes please turn in everything to Mr. Manka asap.

9. TAP and Reading (Middle School) teachers will be reading a list of books that are still checked out and fines that need to be paid. Remember that those fines don’t go away. They carry over from year to year. Return extra books you have checked out. You can keep 1 book until Monday. All books must be turned in and fines paid before we sign checkout sheets. Don’t wait until Tuesday to have the library sign your checkout sheet, or you will be waiting in long lines at the end of the day.

10. All current 8th graders, see Mrs. Gaughen when you have a chance if you have don’t have for next year before you leave tomorrow!!

11. Middle AND High School students wanting to pole vault next year: come see Mrs. Wright in Room A17 before you leave for the summer for information about summer opportunities!

12. A reminder that all track athletes must turn in there track gear Tuesday after school. Sign out sheets will not be signed and fines will be assessed if gear is not turned in on time.

Happy Birthday to Gavin Kirschenmann and Madison Vavak!

Announcements for May 10, 2019

Announcements for May 10, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Italian Dunkers Mondays Breakfast: Chef Choice Monday’s Lunch: Deli Sandwiches

Today’s Activities: Semester Test - Regular Dismissal Sunday - Graduation at 2:00

1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year!

2. Any current 8-11 that have not made a schedule for next year and had it signed by a parent will not be able to check out for summer until this is done. If this is you,
see Mrs. Gaughen asap!!

  1. Greenhouse has flowers and vegetables still available. Days open: May 16th from 4pm - 7 pm , May 24th Noon - 7 pm , Close out Sale will be on May 31st & June 1st: 8 am - 4 pm.

  2. Driver’s Education will be held June 10-14 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Sign-up and payment is due June 7th and forms can be picked up in the front office.

  3. Juniors - please return 1:1 devices if you are done using them before the weekend.

  4. NBC and the North Bend Community are hosting a blood drive on Thursday, May 16th from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm and the St Charles Parish Center. In the last few weeks we have shown what a community can do when it comes together, North Bend Strong

  5. Science Club members who ordered t-shirts need to pick up them up from Mrs. Schluter.

8. Anyone interested in participating in the D4LC:Explore Leadership conference July 8 & 9 in Aurora need to sign up with Mr. Mottl by today.

9. Junior High track athletes please turn in everything to Mr. Manka asap.

  1. TAP and Reading (Middle School) teachers will be reading a list of books that are still checked out and fines that need to be paid. Remember that those fines don’t go away. They carry over from year to year. Return extra books you have checked out. You can keep 1 book until Monday. All books must be turned in and fines paid before we sign checkout sheets. Don’t wait until Tuesday to have the library sign your checkout sheet, or you will be waiting in long lines at the end of the day.

  2. Golfers - Checkin you team shirts with coach Ziettlow, if you are not competing at District Golf.

  3. There will be a YQCA training in the ag room on May 14th at 1:30 PM for anyone still needing it to show livestock this summer. You can to: yqca.learngrow.io to register. The cost is $3 and those funds go to the YQCA training group that are paid online when you register.

    Happy Birthday to Hannah Murray and Joslyn Reker!

Announcements for May 9th, 2019

Announcements for May 9, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Hot Turkey and Mashed Potatoes Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast Stix Tomorrow’s Lunch: Italian Dunkers

Today’s Activities: Golf @ Tekamah-Herman at 9:00 District Track @ Wisner at 1:30

1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year!

2. Any current 8-11 that have not made a schedule for next year and had it signed by a parent will not be able to check out for summer until this is done. If this is you,
see Mrs. Gaughen asap!!

  1. Greenhouse has flowers and vegetables still available. Days open: May 16th from 4pm - 7 pm , May 24th Noon - 7 pm , Close out Sale will be on May 31st & June 1st: 8 am - 4 pm.

  2. Driver’s Education will be held June 10-14 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Sign-up and payment is due June 7th and forms can be picked up in the front office.

  3. Juniors - please return 1:1 devices if you are done using them before the weekend.

  4. NBC and the North Bend Community are hosting a blood drive on Thursday, May 16th from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm and the St Charles Parish Center. In the last few weeks we have shown what a community can do when it comes together, North Bend Strong

  5. Cross Country - There will be a meeting in Mr. Ziettlow’s room Friday 7:45 am for those interested in running cross country next fall.

8. Anyone interested in participating in the D4LC:Explore Leadership conference July 8 & 9 in Aurora need to sign up with Mr. Mottl by Friday, May 10th.

9. Junior High track athletes please turn in everything to Mr. Manka asap.

  1. TAP and Reading (Middle School) teachers will be reading a list of books that are still checked out and fines that need to be paid. Remember that those fines don’t go away. They carry over from year to year. Return extra books you have checked out. You can keep 1 book until Monday. All books must be turned in and fines paid before we sign checkout sheets. Don’t wait until Tuesday to have the library sign your checkout sheet, or you will be waiting in long lines at the end of the day.

  2. Golfers - Checkin you team shirts with coach Ziettlow, if you are not competing at District Golf.

  3. Congratulations to the 2019-20 HOSA officers: President - Jenna Byrd, Vice-President - Lauren Emanuel, Secretary - Annika Simanek, Treasurer - Anna Halladay, Reporter - Macey From, Historian - Rachel Adams

Announcements for May 8, 2019

Announcements for May 8, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Chef Choice
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Coffee Cake
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hot Turkey and Mashed Potatoes

Good Luck to the 2019 Graduates! “ Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”

  1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year! Seniors this includes you because your end of the year ends sooner.

  2. The junior high track team will have a final team meeting and check-in Wednesday after school. Please have your sweats and meet uniform to check in. There is a $20 fine for each item not returned.

  3. The kitchen staff would like to send a HUGE THANK YOU to the senior class for the 2019 Poem. It was much appreciated!

  4. Driver’s Education will be held June 10-14 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Sign-up and payment is due June 7th and forms can be picked up in the front office.

  5. 1:1 Check-Ins start this week. Please check your email today for more information about your class check in. Seniors: the majority of you need to check-in during 3rd period. Please make sure you have your bag and charger with your chromebook/

laptop when you check in.

  1. NBC and the North Bend Community are hosting a blood drive on Thursday, May 16th from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm and the St Charles Parish Center. In the last few weeks we have shown what a community can do when it comes together, North Bend Strong

  2. NBC Flood Response funds are available. These are to meet the financial needs of students and their families and NBCPS employees who suffered losses or damages from the recent flood. Grant applications are available in the offices of the schools.

  3. Cross Country - There will be a meeting in Mr. Ziettlow’s room Friday 7:45 am for those interested in running cross country next fall.

9. Anyone interested in participating in the D4LC:Explore Leadership conference July 8 & 9 in Aurora need to sign up with Mr. Mottl by Friday, May 10th.

10. Thanks to all NBC Tigers who helped with Mayfest on Monday night. It was a fun night and the elementary kids really enjoyed it. We can’t do it without our students. Those young kids look up to you and you give them a lot of great memories with your service. Thanks again.

11. Juniors - please return 1:1 devices if you are done using them before the weekend.

12. Greenhouse has flowers and vegetables still available. Days open: May 16th from 4pm - 7 pm , May 24th Noon - 7 pm , Close out Sale will be on May 31st & June 1st: 8 am - 4 pm.

13. Any current 8-11 that have not made a schedule for next year and had it signed by a parent will not be able to check out for summer until this is done. If this is you, see Mrs. Gaughen asap!!

Announcements for May 7, 2019

Announcements for May 7, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Pork Patty or Mr. Rib Tomorrow’s Breakfast: A+ Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chef Choice

  1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year! Seniors this includes you because your end of the year ends sooner.

  2. The junior high track team will have a final team meeting and check-in Wednesday after school. Please have your sweats and meet uniform to check in. There is a $20 fine for each item not returned.

  3. The kitchen staff would like to send a HUGE THANK YOU to the senior class for the 2019 Poem. It was much appreciated!

  4. Driver’s Education will be held June 10-14 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Sign-up and payment is due June 7th and forms can be picked up in the front office.

  5. 1:1 Check-Ins start this week. Please check your email today for more information about your class check in. Seniors: the majority of you need to check-in during 3rd period. Please make sure you have your bag and charger with your chromebook/

laptop when you check in.

  1. NBC and the North Bend Community are hosting a blood drive on Thursday, May 16th from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm and the St Charles Parish Center. In the last few weeks we have shown what a community can do when it comes together, North Bend Strong

  2. NBC Flood Response funds are available. These are to meet the financial needs of students and their families and NBCPS employees who suffered losses or damages from the recent flood. Grant applications are available in the offices of the schools.

8. Any 8th grade student interested in being a part of the NBC Student Council there will be an informative meeting in Mr Nelson’s room tomorrow at 7:45 a.m.

9. Anyone interested in participating in the D4LC:Explore Leadership conference July 8 & 9 in Aurora need to sign up with Mr. Mottl by Friday, May 10th.

Announcements for May 6, 2019

Announcements for May 6, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Poptarts Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pork Patty or Mr. Rib

Today’s Activities: EHC Golf @ Leigh at 9:00 Mayfest & Extravaganza at 5:30

  1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year! Seniors this includes you because your end of the year ends sooner.

  2. The junior high track team will have a final team meeting and check-in Wednesday after school. Please have your sweats and meet uniform to check in. There is a $20 fine for each item not returned.

  3. Tonight is Mayfest. One of the attractions will be a giant inflatable obstacle course. Anyone wanting to participate
    on the course must have a parental signed permission form. These forms can be found in the office for anyone interested in getting them signed ahead of time. They can be brought to the table Mayfest night for a special stamp that ensures you can participate on the obstacle course. Without this form, you cannot.

  4. Driver’s Education will be held June 10-14 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Sign-up and payment is due June 7th and forms can be picked up in the front office.

  5. 1:1 Check-Ins start this week. Please check your email today for more information about your class check in. Seniors: the majority of you need to check-in during 3rd period. Please make sure you have your bag and charger with your chromebook/

laptop when you check in.

6. Middle school: please have displays set up in the lunchroom by 515 this evening. If you are performing please check the schedule on the website for your time or ask Mrs. Hansen or Mr. Kirkpatrick.

7. NBC Flood Response funds are available. These are to meet the financial needs of students and their families and NBCPS employees who suffered losses or damages from the recent flood. Grant applications are available in the offices of the schools.

8. Anyone who will be a senior next year that is interested in applying for the NSAA Believers and Achievers program for next year that has a G.P.A. of 95% or higher and is involved in multiple NSAA activities,see Mr. Allgood for information.

9. Juniors - Please bring $11 for your class shirt to Jessa or Jenna no later than today.
10. Volleyball meeting for all 8th-11th graders who are playing next year in Mrs. Sterup’s room 7:50 on Tuesday, May 7. 11. HOSA members please remember we will be teaching hands only CPR tonight at Mayfest. Wear a HOSA shirt,

Happy Birthday to Arissa Obershaw!

Announcements for May 3, 2019

Announcements for May 3, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Pizza
Monday’s Breakfast: Long John or Donut Monday’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo

Today’s Activities: EHC JH Track @ Humphrey
NHS Dinner & Induction at 5:30

Honors Night at 7:00

Upshift Day for 5th Graders - Welcome! Tomorrow’s Activities: Golf @ Oakland-Craig at 9:00

1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year! Seniors this includes you because your end of the year ends sooner.

2. Honors Night is this Friday at 7:00. A list of students in grades 8-12 who will be receiving an award will be posted by the cafeteria. It is also posted on the website. Students also received a letter during TAP.

Please take these letters home to your parents.

  1. Next Monday, May 6th is Mayfest. One of the attractions will be a giant inflatable obstacle course. Anyone wanting to participate on the course must have a parental signed permission form. These forms can be found in the office for anyone interested in getting them signed ahead of time. They can be brought to the table Mayfest night for a special stamp that ensures you can participate on the obstacle course. Without this form, you cannot.

  2. Driver’s Education will be held June 10-14 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Sign-up and payment is due June 7th and forms can be picked up in the front office.

  3. Chromebook/Mac Check-Ins will be held May 6th-May 14th. Check-In day depending on grade level. Email will be sent with specifics to each student. If students would like check chromebook/laptop, bag, and charger id assigned and clean device - stop in the Technology Office and see Mr. Cody, Mrs. Schwanebeck, or Mrs. Rasmussen.

  4. HOSA - pick up officer application forms and turn in by today and also sign up for interview times for next week.

  5. NBC Flood Response funds are available. These are to meet the financial needs of students and their families and NBCPS employees who suffered losses or damages from the recent flood. Grant applications are available in the offices of the schools.

  6. The following people need to return their scripts to Mrs. Hanson ASAP: Owen Brodd, Josie Spiker, Faith Taylor, Cami Faltin, Noah Post, Hailey Anderson

9. Anyone who will be a senior next year that is interested in applying for the NSAA Believers and Achievers program for next year that has a G.P.A. of 95% or higher and is involved in multiple NSAA activities,see Mr. Allgood for information.

10. Juniors - Please bring $11 for your class shirt to Jessa or Jenna no later than Monday, May 6th.

11. Volleyball meeting for all 8th-11th graders who are playing next year in Mrs. Sterup’s room 7:50 on Tuesday, May 7.

12. Stop by library to check out plants available for sale. Annuals start at $2.00. Perennials are 30% off.

Happy Birthday to Cody Nelson!

Announcements for May 2, 2019

Announcements for May 2, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Soup (track team will get sandwiches) Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pizza

Today’s Activities: Pole Vault @ Malcolm at Noon Track @ Raymond Central at 1:00

1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year! Seniors this includes you because your end of the year ends sooner.

2. Honors Night is this Friday at 7:00. A list of students in grades 8-12 who will be receiving an award will be posted by the cafeteria. It is also posted on the website. Students also received a letter during TAP.

Please take these letters home to your parents.

  1. Next Monday, May 6th is Mayfest. One of the attractions will be a giant inflatable obstacle course. Anyone wanting to participate on the course must have a parental signed permission form. These forms can be found in the office for anyone interested in getting them signed ahead of time. They can be brought to the table Mayfest night for a special stamp that ensures you can participate on the obstacle course. Without this form, you cannot.

  2. Driver’s Education will be held June 10-14 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Sign-up and payment is due June 7th and forms can be picked up in the front office.

  3. Chromebook/Mac Check-Ins will be held May 6th-May 14th. Check-In day depending on grade level. Email will be sent with specifics to each student. If students would like check chromebook/laptop, bag, and charger id assigned and clean device - stop in the Technology Office and see Mr. Cody, Mrs. Schwanebeck, or Mrs. Rasmussen.

  4. HOSA - pick up officer application forms and turn in by Friday and also sign up for interview times for next week.

  5. NBC Flood Response funds are available. These are to meet the financial needs of students and their families and NBCPS employees who suffered losses or damages from the recent flood. Grant applications are available in the offices of the schools.

  6. The following people need to return their scripts to Mrs. Hanson ASAP: Owen Brodd, Josie Spiker, Faith Taylor, Cami Faltin, Noah Post, Hailey Anderson

9. Anyone who will be a senior next year that is interested in applying for the NSAA Believers and Achievers program for next year that has a G.P.A. of 95% or higher and is involved in multiple NSAA activities,see Mr. Allgood for information.

10. Juniors - Please bring $11 for your class shirt to Jessa or Jenna no later than Monday, May 6th.

11. CONGRATULATIONS to the cast and crew members of Newsies for a successful and memorable season! A special congratulations to our seniors for participating in their last NBC Drama Department production!

12. Congratulations to the 2019-2020 FBLA officer team: Abby Post - President, Drew Hall - Vice President, Rachel Adams - Secretary, Emily Allgood - Activities Director, Hailey Anderson - Student Adviser, and Jace Owen - Public Relations.

13. Any 8-11 grade student that has not completed a schedule for next year needs to stop by Mrs. Gaughen’s by tomorrow to get it completed.

Happy Birthday to Kodee del Valle!

Announcements for May 1, 2019

Announcements for May 1, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Yogurt Parfait
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Soup (track team will get sandwiches)

Today’s Activities: Golf @ Logan View at 9:00

1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year! Seniors this includes you because your end of the year ends sooner.

2. Honors Night is this Friday at 7:00. A list of students in grades 8-12 who will be receiving an award will be posted by the cafeteria. It is also posted on the website. Students also received a letter during TAP.

Please take these letters home to your parents.

  1. Next Monday, May 6th is Mayfest. One of the attractions will be a giant inflatable obstacle course. Anyone wanting to participate on the course must have a parental signed permission form. These forms can be found in the office for anyone interested in getting them signed ahead of time. They can be brought to the table Mayfest night for a special stamp that ensures you can participate on the obstacle course. Without this form, you cannot.

  2. Driver’s Education will be held June 10-14 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Sign-up and payment is due June 7th and forms can be picked up in the front office.

  3. The NBC PTA is seeking 3-4 middle or high school students to volunteer to help umpire or keep score at their kickball tournament Saturday, May 4 from 8:45am-noon. This is a great resume builder for community service! Contact Mrs. Wright for contact information to get signed up as a volunteer!

  4. HOSA - pick up officer application forms and turn in by Friday and also sign up for interview times for next week.

  5. NBC Flood Response funds are available. These are to meet the financial needs of students and their families and NBCPS employees who suffered losses or damages from the recent flood. Grant applications are available in the offices of the schools.

  6. The following people need to return their scripts to Mrs. Hanson ASAP: Owen Brodd, Josie Spiker, Faith Taylor, Cami Faltin,

    Noah Post, Hailey Anderson

9. Anyone who will be a senior next year that is interested in applying for the NSAA Believers and Achievers program for next year

that has a G.P.A. of 95% or higher and is involved in multiple NSAA activities,see Mr. Allgood for information.

  1. Seniors will practice their graduation song Wednesday, May 1 during TAP in Mrs. Hanson’s room.

  2. Plant sale pickup day is Wednesday, May 1 from 4:00 - 8:00 for general public. Sophomores, remind your customers. If they

    live out of town or are busy, you can pick up their plants for them. Sophomores - also check when you signed up to work. It

    takes a lot of help to make this work.

  3. Middle/High School Student Concession stand workers are needed to work 8:30-12 during Mother-Son Kickball at the Softball

    Complex Concession Stand. Workers will be paid per hour.

  4. Juniors - Please bring $11 for your class shirt to Jessa or Jenna no later than Monday, May 6th.

  5. There is a meeting for current 6th and 7th graders who are interested in playing football next fall. The meeting will be this

    Thursday at 7:45am in Coach Stieren’s classroom.

  6. Chromebook/Mac Check-Ins will be held May 6th-May 14th. Check-In day depending on grade level. Email will be sent with

    specifics to each student. If students would like check chromebook/laptop, bag, and charger id assigned and clean device - stop in the Technology Office and see Mr. Cody, Mrs. Schwanebeck, or Mrs. Rasmussen.

    Happy Birthday to Jacob Sousek!

Announcements for April 30, 2019

Announcements for April 30, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Combo Bar Tomorrow’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita

Today’s Activities: 5th & 6th Grade Honor Band @ Pender

1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year! Seniors this includes you because your end of the year ends sooner.

2. Honors Night is this Friday at 7:00. A list of students in grades 8-12 who will be receiving an award will be posted today by the cafeteria. It will also be posted on the website. You will also be receiving a letter during TAP on Wednesday if you are receiving an award. Please take these letters home to your parents.

  1. Next Monday, May 6th is Mayfest. One of the attractions will be a giant inflatable obstacle course. Anyone wanting to participate on the course must have a parental signed permission form. These forms can be found in the office for anyone interested in getting them signed ahead of time. They can be brought to the table Mayfest night for a special stamp that ensures you can participate on the obstacle course. Without this form, you cannot.

  2. Driver’s Education will be held June 10-14 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Sign-up and payment is due June 7th and forms can be picked up in the front office.

  3. The NBC PTA is seeking 3-4 middle or high school students to volunteer to help umpire or keep score at their kickball tournament Saturday, May 4 from 8:45am-noon. This is a great resume builder for community service! Contact Mrs. Wright for contact information to get signed up as a volunteer!

  4. Prom photos are in the office. If you ordered photos, please stop by and pick them up.

  5. NBC Flood Response funds are available. These are to meet the financial needs of students and their families and NBCPS employees who suffered losses or damages from the recent flood. Grant applications are available in the offices of the schools.

  6. Golf posters are for sale in the office for $5.

  7. Did anyone lose an inhaler? If so, please come to the office.

    1. Seniors will practice their graduation song Wednesday, May 1 during TAP in Mrs. Hanson’s room.

    2. Plant sale pickup day is Wednesday, May 1 from 4:00 - 8:00 for general public. Sophomores, remind your customers. If they live out of town or are busy, you can pick up their plants for them. Sophomores - also check when you signed up to work. It takes a lot of help to make this work.

    3. Middle/High School Student Concession stand workers are needed to work 8:30-12 during Mother-Son Kickball at the Softball Complex Concession Stand. Workers will be paid per hour.

    4. There will be a boys basketball meeting on Wednesday (May 1st)morning at 7:50 in Coach Baehr’s room for all boys in grades 8 - 11 that plan to go out for basketball next season.

    5. We need help striking the set from the stage Tuesday after school. Anyone who is willing and able to help dismantle and move set pieces, please come help.

    6. Juniors - Please bring $11 for your class shirt to Jessa or Jenna no later than Monday, May 6th.

    7. There is a meeting for current 6th and 7th graders who are interested in playing football next fall. The meeting will be this

      Thursday at 7:45am in Coach Stieren’s classroom.

Announcements for April 29, 2019

Announcements for April 29, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Hot Ham or Hot Turkey Sandwich Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: Musical at 7:00

1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year! Seniors this includes you because your end of the year ends sooner.

2. Honors Night is this Friday at 7:00. A list of students who will be receiving an award will be posted tomorrow by the cafeteria. It will also be posted on the website. You will also be receiving a letter during TAP on Wednesday if you are receiving an award. Please take these letters home to your parents.

  1. Next Monday, May 6th is Mayfest. One of the attractions will be a giant inflatable obstacle course. Anyone wanting to participate on the course must have a parental signed permission form. These forms can be found in the office for anyone interested in getting them signed ahead of time. They can be brought to the table Mayfest night for a special stamp that ensures you can participate on the obstacle course. Without this form, you cannot.

  2. Driver’s Education will be held June 10-14 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Sign-up and payment is due June 7th and forms can be picked up in the front office.

  3. The NBC PTA is seeking 3-4 middle or high school students to volunteer to help umpire or keep score at their kickball tournament Saturday, May 4 from 8:45am-noon. This is a great resume builder for community service! Contact Mrs. Wright for contact information to get signed up as a volunteer!

  4. Prom photos are in the office. If you ordered photos, please stop by and pick them up.

  5. Current National Honor Society members: Please remember to buy NHS banquet meal tickets for you and your families by TODAY. Get these from Jill. (New members, I’ll have your tickets for you the night of the banquet.)

  6. Golf posters are for sale in the office for $5.

  7. Did anyone lose an inhaler? If so, please come to the office.

    1. Seniors will practice their graduation song Wednesday, May 1 during TAP in Mrs. Hanson’s room.

    2. Plant sale pickup day is Wednesday, May 1 from 4:00 - 8:00 for general public. Sophomores, remind your customers. If they live out of town or are busy, you can pick up their plants for them. Sophomores - also check when you signed up to work. It takes a lot of help to make this work.

    3. Middle/High School Student Concession stand workers are needed to work 8:30-12 during Mother-Son Kickball at the Softball Complex Concession Stand. Workers will be paid per hour.

    4. There will be a boys basketball meeting on Wednesday (May 1st)morning at 7:50 in Coach Baehr’s room for all boys in grades 8 - 11 that plan to go out for basketball next season.

    5. We need help striking the set from the stage Tuesday after school. Anyone who is willing and able to help dismantle and move set pieces, please come help.

      Happy Birthday to Cierra Kluthe!

Announcements for April 26, 2019

Announcements for April 26, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Senior Dinner
Monday’s Breakfast: Coffee Cake
Monday’s Lunch: Hot Ham or Hot Turkey Sandwich

Tomorrow’s Activities: EHC Track @ Tekamah-Herman

  1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year! Seniors this includes you because your end of the year ends sooner.

  2. The North Bend Area Community Foundation is having a clothing donation event this Saturday, April 27 at the Masonic Lodge.

  3. HOSA members interested in running for an office for next year, pick up an officer application form from Mrs. Treat.

  4. Driver’s Education will be held June 10-14 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Sign-up and payment is due June 7th and forms can be picked up in the front office.

  5. The NBC PTA is seeking 3-4 middle or high school students to volunteer to help umpire or keep score at their kickball tournament Saturday, May 4 from 8:45am-noon. This is a great resume builder for community service! Contact Mrs. Wright for contact information to get signed up as a volunteer!

  6. Prom photos are in the office. If you ordered photos, please stop by and pick them up.

  7. Current National Honor Society members: Please remember to buy NHS banquet meal tickets for you and your families by Monday, April 29. Get these from Jill. (New members, I’ll have your tickets for you the night of the banquet.)

  8. Golf posters are for sale in the office for $5.

  9. Did anyone lose an inhaler? If so, please come to the office.

    Happy Birthday to Jenna Byrd and Austin Endorf!

Announcements for April 25, 2019

Announcements for April 25, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Orange Chicken or Teriyaki Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy Tomorrow’s Lunch: Senior Dinner

Today’s Activities: Golf @ Beemer at 4:00

1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year! Seniors this includes you because your end of the year ends sooner.

2. The North Bend Area Community Foundation is having a clothing donation event this Saturday, April 27 at the Masonic Lodge.

3. HOSA members interested in running for an office for next year, pick up an officer application form from Mrs. Treat.

4. ALL NBC Students and staff: There are a number of running shoes remaining from the Lincoln Running Company’s donation
to the track & field teams. If you are in need of a new pair of athletic shoes, come to Mrs. Wright’s room (A17) to see if there are a pair in your size. Offer ends Friday and all remaining shoes will be returned to LRC!

  1. The NBC PTA is seeking 3-4 middle or high school students to volunteer to help umpire or keep score at their kickball tournament Saturday, May 4 from 8:45am-noon. This is a great resume builder for community service! Contact Mrs. Wright for contact information to get signed up as a volunteer!

  2. There will be a short basketball meeting for all 8th through 11th graders who plan to go out for basketball next season in Coach Baehr’s room on Friday, April 26th at 7:50 a.m. If you can’t be there, you need to make arrangements with Coach Baehr.

  3. Current National Honor Society members: Please remember to buy NHS banquet meal tickets for you and your families by Monday, April 29. Get these from Jill. (New members, I’ll have your tickets for you the night of the banquet.)

  4. Golf posters are for sale in the office for $5.

    Happy Birthday to Alyssa Booze!

Announcements for April 24, 2019

Announcements for April 24, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Meatball Sub or Mr. Rib
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Long John or Donut Tomorrow’s Lunch: Orange Chicken or Teriyaki Chicken

Today’s Activities: NBC Golf Invite at 9:00
Quiz Bowl @ Holdrege ~ Good Luck Tigers!

  1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year! Seniors this includes you because your end of the year ends sooner.

  2. The North Bend Area Community Foundation is having a clothing donation event this Saturday, April 27 at the Masonic Lodge.

  3. Those students interested in attending CHI need to get their application forms to Mrs. Gross-Rhode by today. No deposit is necessary.

4. ALL NBC Students and staff: There are a number of running shoes remaining from the Lincoln Running Company’s donation
to the track & field teams. If you are in need of a new pair of athletic shoes, come to Mrs. Wright’s room (A17) to see if there are a pair in your size. Offer ends Friday and all remaining shoes will be returned to LRC!

5. The NBC PTA is seeking 3-4 middle or high school students to volunteer to help umpire or keep score at their kickball tournament Saturday, May 4 from 8:45am-noon. This is a great resume builder for community service! Contact Mrs. Wright for contact information to get signed up as a volunteer!

6. There will be a short basketball meeting for all 8th through 11th graders who plan to go out for basketball next season in Coach Baehr’s room on Friday, April 26th at 7:50 a.m. If you can’t be there, you need to make arrangements with Coach Baehr

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Happy Birthday to Jacob Wright and Alan Beltran!

Announcements for April 23rd, 2019

Announcements for April 23, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Fried Steak or Salisbury Steak Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Meatball Sub or Mr. Rib

Today’s Activities: NBC Track Invite at 1:00

  1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year! Seniors this includes you because your end of the year ends sooner.

  2. The North Bend Area Community Foundation is having a clothing donation event this Saturday, April 27 at the Masonic Lodge.

  3. Those students interested in attending CHI need to get their application forms to Mrs. Gross-Rhode by Wednesday. No deposit is necessary.

4. ALL NBC Students and staff: There are a number of running shoes remaining from the Lincoln Running Company’s donation
to the track & field teams. If you are in need of a new pair of athletic shoes, come to Mrs. Wright’s room (A17) to see if there are a pair in your size. Offer ends Friday and all remaining shoes will be returned to LRC!

  1. Tomorrow - please park as close to the school as you can so we can make room for all of our guests attending the track meet.

  2. Congratulations sophomores! In spite of less than ideal sales conditions, you pre-sold over $15,000 worth of plants. Wednesday, May 1 will be the day to pick up plants. Check work list in Mr. Lafleur’s room or on Mrs. GR’s office door. If you were not able to sell at least $150, you can work off your Prom fees by helping on May 1. We will also be helping the NBC Grown greenhouse at Mayfest on Monday May 6. You can sign up in Mr. Lafleur’s room or on Mrs. GR’s office door.

Happy Birthday to Karlene Bourek!

Announcement for April 22nd, 2019

Announcements for April 22, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Muffin
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Fried Steak or Salisbury Steak

Today’s Activities: Golf @ Pender at 8:30

1. Lunch balances need paid before you can check out at the end of the school year!

2. Art Club is having a Mural activity on MONDAY at 4pm weather permitting. We really need at least 10 people, so if you are in Art Club, or want to be, please be in the Art Room by 4pm today.

3. Temporary - part-time work after school at Grosch Irrigation. If interested, contact Chris Timmerman at 652-3264.

4. ALL NBC Students and staff: There are a number of running shoes remaining from the Lincoln Running Company’s donation
to the track & field teams. If you are in need of a new pair of athletic shoes, come to Mrs. Wright’s room (A17) to see if there are a pair in your size. Offer ends Friday and all remaining shoes will be returned to LRC!

  1. Tomorrow - please park as close to the school as you can so we can make room for all of our guests attending the track meet.

  2. Congratulations to the following new National Honor Society members: Hannah Mullally, Faith Taylor, Hannah Murray, Julia Knapp, Austin Endorf, Ryan Gaughen, Ashley Humlicek, Samantha McDonald, Emily Brodd, Grace Hunke, Bethany Wiebold, Ally Polar, and Jaxon Wietfeld.

Announcements for April 17th, 2019

Announcements for April 17, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Beef Blasters or Taquitos Tomorrow’s Breakfast:
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pizza

Today’s Activities: Senior Banquet at 6:30

1. Girls and boys track posters are available in the office for $5.

2. The Northeast Community College rep will be here on Thursday, April 18th at 10:45. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep needs to talk their teacher and see the office for a pass.

3. Seniors - please come to the office to sign up for your marching buddy for Graduation today!

  1. Sophomores: We are over 2/3 of the way there for plant sale goals. Make this a good week. All orders are due on Thursday. No exceptions. You can leave your orders in the office. It is important that you hand in orders daily due to some items are selling out.

  2. Science Club members: if you would like a science club t-shirt, get your size to Grace Hunke or Mrs. Schluter by this Thursday at 3:30 pm. Since we were unable to take a zoo trip this year, your dues will pay for your shirt.

  3. Volunteers are needed to help unload donated flooring into the city auditorium on Friday morning at 9:00. With enough help, it shouldn’t take too long. After all the hauling and cleaning you have done in the past, this job will be much cleaner and easier than what you did in March. Your help will be appreciated.

7. Any Jr. High or High School Wrestler who would like to attend wrestling camp in Colorado, please see Mr. Streff.

8. Temporary - part-time work after school at Grosch Irrigation. If interested, contact Chris Timmerman at 652-3264

9. Congratulations to NBC 8-12 Music students on a very successful 2019 District Music Contest HS BAND: Superior

Mixed Brass/Woodwind Trio: Cameron Frank/Hailey Anderson/Zander Gibney: Superior
Flute/Clarinet Double Duet: Emily Brodd/Sami McDonald/Joslyn Reker/Josie Spiker: Excellent
Flute Duet: Hayleigh Johnson/Jade Barnes: Superior
Clarinet Duet: Callie Goertz/Bethany Wiebold: Superior
Flute Solo: Hayleigh Johnson: Excellent
Mixed Woodwind Duet: Callie Goertz/Hayleigh Johnson: Excellent
Vocal Triple Trio: Shandra/Zander G/Mackenzie/Taylor O/Gavin P/Raychel R/Josie S/Bethany W/Zander Z: Excellent HS CHOIR: Excellent
Boys Vocal Ensemble: Excellent
Girls Vocal Ensemble: Excellent
Shandra Dauel Vocal Solo: Good
Bethany Wiebold Vocal Solo: Superior
Betsy Wright Vocal Solo: Excellent
Hayleigh/Josie Vocal Duet: Excellent
Shandra/Josie Vocal Duet: Good
Betsy/Natalynn Vocal Duet: Excellent
Cameron Frank Vocal Solo: Excellent

Happy Birthday to Kellen McLaughlin!

Announcements for April 16, 2019

Announcements for April 16, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Pork Patty or Chicken Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Combo Bar Tomorrow’s Lunch: Beef Blasters or Taquitos

Today’s Activities: Track @ Madison at 11:00
JH Track Quad vs Trinity/Aquinas/Neumann

Golf @ Leigh at 4:00

  1. Girls and boys track posters are available in the office for $5.

  2. The Northeast Community College rep will be here on Thursday, April 18th at 10:45. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep needs to talk their teacher and see the office for a pass.

  3. Seniors - please come to the office to sign up for your marching buddy for Graduation.

  4. Sophomores: We are over 2/3 of the way there for plant sale goals. Make this a good week. All orders are due on Thursday. No exceptions. You can leave your orders in the office. It is important that you hand in orders daily due to some items are selling out.

  5. Science Club members: if you would like a science club t-shirt, get your size to Grace Hunke or Mrs. Schluter by this Thursday at 3:30 pm. Since we were unable to take a zoo trip this year, your dues will pay for your shirt.

  6. Volunteers are needed to help unload donated flooring into the city auditorium on Friday morning at 9:00. With enough help, it shouldn’t take too long. After all the hauling and cleaning you have done in the past, this job will be much cleaner and easier than what you did in March. Your help will be appreciated.

7. Any Jr. High or High School Wrestler who would like to attend wrestling camp in Colorado, please see Mr. Streff.

8. Congratulation to the 2019-2020 officers that were installed at last night’s FFA Banquet. President - Hannah Murray Vice- President - Ryan Gaughen Secretary - Shyann Rolenc Treasurer - Hannah Williams Reporter - Grace Hunke Sentinel - Dalton Blaha Parliamentarian - Russell Raymond Historian - Amy Murray

Happy Birthday to Madelyn Gaughen!

Announcements for April 15, 2019

Announcements for April 15, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Crispitos
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Yogurt
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pork Patty or Chicken Patty

Today’s Activities: FFA Banquet at 6:00
JH Track @ Wisner Pilger at 3:00

  1. Girls and boys track posters are available in the office for $5.

  2. High school students are invited to the 2019 Youth Legislature! This is a fun, interactive event where students are invited to take on the role of State Senators at the Unicameral Youth Legislature June 9-12. To learn more about the program, go to www. NebraskaLegislature.gov/uyl or call (402) 471-2788. The deadline is May 15.

  3. Seniors - please come to the office to sign up for your marching buddy for Graduation.

  4. Sophomores: We are over 2/3 of the way there for plant sale goals. Make this a good week. All orders are due on Thursday. No exceptions. You can leave your orders in the office. It is important that you hand in orders daily due to some items are selling out.

  5. The Army National Guard rep will be here today at 10:45. Any student that would like to meet with the rep needs to talk to their teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  6. Congratulations to the following FPS winners: Scholarship recipient: Kyle Jedlicka; 5th place skits: Olivia Buresh, Kathryn Gaughen, Ava Harms, Alexa Brodd, Kellen McLaughlin; 4th place skits: Ava Schuelke, Ethan Widick, Kylin Swanson, Charity Vyhlidal, Landon Mimick; 6th place skits: Paige Bunn, Ethan Emanuel, Owen Simanek, Madison Widick, Allie Wochnick; 2nd place skits: Asher Endorf, Kate Peters, Sam Post, Nolan Williams, Brady Jedlicka; 3rd place skits: Harley Cave, Zander Gibney, Kyle Jedlicka, Elsa Rasmussen, Hailey Anderson; Alternate Booklet 1st place: Hailey Anderson; Booklet 5th place: Ava Schuelke, Ethan Widick, Kylin Charity Vyhlidal; Booklet 3rd place: Paige Bunn, Ethan Emanuel, Owen Simanek, Madison Widick; Booklet 5th place: Harley Cave, Zander Gibney, Kyle Jedlicka, Elsa Rasmussen

Announcements for April 12th, 2019

Announcements for April 12, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Fish & Mac n’ Cheese Monday’s Breakfast: Omelet Monday’s Lunch: Crispitos

Today’s Activities: District Music
Skills USA @ Grand Island

State FPS @ Kearney

  1. Girls and boys track posters are available in the office for $5.

  2. High school students are invited to the 2019 Youth Legislature! This is a fun, interactive event where students are invited to take on the role of State Senators at the Unicameral Youth Legislature June 9-12. To learn more about the program, go to www. NebraskaLegislature.gov/uyl or call (402) 471-2788. The deadline is May 15.

  3. Seniors - Senior Recognition Banquet is Wednesday, April 17. Tickets are on sale for $8 and are available in the front office and seniors do not need to purchase a ticket, but you do need to sign up to attend. Sign up by today.

  4. Nebraska Ag Youth Institute (NAYI) applications are due April 15th. This is a free conference in Lincoln put on by NDAg and is open to all juniors and seniors.

  5. Good Luck to the state qualifiers for Future Problem Solvers!

Announcements for April 11, 2019

Announcements for April 11, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast Stix Tomorrow’s Lunch: Fish & Mac n’ Cheese

Today’s Activities: Spring Concert at 7:00 Skills USA at Grand Island

1. Tap Band: Monday-Thursday: District Contest solos/small groups; Friday: None

2. High school students are invited to the 2019 Youth Legislature! This is a fun, interactive event where students are invited to take on the role of State Senators at the Unicameral Youth Legislature June 9-12. To learn more about the program, go to www. NebraskaLegislature.gov/uyl or call (402) 471-2788. The deadline is May 15.

3. Seniors - Senior Recognition Banquet is Wednesday, April 17. Tickets are on sale for $8 and are available in the front office and seniors do not need to purchase a ticket, but you do need to sign up to attend. Sign up by this Friday.

4. Sophomores - Now is the time to get out and sell those plants! The deadline to return your packets has been moved to April 18 but there is no guarantee that all products will still be available then. Turn in orders as you get them. There are more packets and order forms available in the library.

5. Any student that is taking the ACT on April 13th at Bergan High School-You should have received an email but the location has changed to Bergan Elementary and is NOT at Bergan High School. Please plan accordingly because if you are late you will not be allowed in. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  1. Girls and boys track posters are available in the office for $5.

  2. Nebraska Ag Youth Institute (NAYI) applications are due April 15th. This is a free conference in Lincoln put on by NDAg and is open to all juniors and seniors.

Happy Birthday to Jace Owen!

Announcements 10, 2019

Announcements for April 10, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Pulled Pork
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: A+ Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch

Today’s Activities: Golf @ Clarkson-Leigh at 9:00 EHC Art Show @ West Point

1. Tap Band: Monday-Thursday: District Contest solos/small groups; Friday: None

2. High school students are invited to the 2019 Youth Legislature! This is a fun, interactive event where students are invited to take on the role of State Senators at the Unicameral Youth Legislature June 9-12. To learn more about the program, go to www. NebraskaLegislature.gov/uyl or call (402) 471-2788. The deadline is May 15.

3. Seniors - Senior Recognition Banquet is Wednesday, April 17. Tickets are on sale for $8 and are available in the front office and seniors do not need to purchase a ticket, but you do need to sign up to attend.

4. National Honor Society Reminder: Application materials are due to Ms. Morgan by 3:45 on Wednesday, April 10. (This is for the academically eligible 10-12 students who received the information two weeks ago.)

  1. Sophomores - Now is the time to get out and sell those plants! The deadline to return your packets has been moved to April 18 but there is no guarantee that all products will still be available then. Turn in orders as you get them. There are more packets and order forms available in the library.

  2. There will be a football meeting tomorrow morning at 7:30am for current 8th thru 11th graders interested in playing football next fall. The meeting will be held in Coach Stieren’s classroom.

7. Any student that is taking the ACT on April 13th at Bergan High School-You should have received an email but the location has changed to Bergan Elementary and is NOT at Bergan High School. Please plan accordingly because if you are late you will not be allowed in. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  1. Girls and boys track posters are available in the office for $5.

  2. Nebraska Ag Youth Institute (NAYI) applications are due April 15th. This is a free conference in Lincoln put on by NDAg and is open to all juniors and seniors.

    Happy Birthday to Cody Prohaska and Hannah Johnson!

Announcements for April 9, 2019

Announcements for Tuesday, April 9th:

Today’s Lunch:  Taco or Fajita

Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Long John or Donut

Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pulled Pork

 

Today’s Activities: Track Meet @ Logan View 11:00

  1. Tap Band: Tuesday – Thursday: District Contest solos/small groups; Friday: None

 

  1. Anyone that is 16 and older looking for a summer job, Camp Moses Merrill is hiring kitchen and facilities assistants. There is an online application at www.campmerrill.com or see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

 

  1. Congratulations to Zander Gibney for his runner up finish in Business Communications at FBLA's State Leadership Conference! Zander placed 2nd out of 341 to qualify for Nationals this summer. Zander also received honorable mention (top 4%) in Journalism! Congratulations Zander!

 

4   National Honor Society Reminder: Application materials are due to Ms. Morgan by 3:45 on Wednesday, April 10. (This is for the academically eligible 10-12 students who received the information two weeks ago.)

 

5   High School students are invited to the 2019 Youth Legislature! This is a fun, interactive event where students are invited to take on the role of State Senators at the Unicameral Youth Legislature June 9-12. To learn more about the program, go to www.NebraskaLegislature.gov/uyl or call (402) 471-2788. The deadline is May 15.

 

  1. Seniors – Senior Recognition Banquet is Wednesday, April 17. Tickets are on sale for $8 and are available in the front office and seniors do not need to purchase a ticket, but you do need to sign up to attend.

 

  1. Sophomores – The deadline to return your packets has been moved to April 18 but there is no guarantee that all products will still be available then. Turn in orders as you get them. There are more packets and order forms available in the library.

 

 

  1. Speech poster are in the office for $5.00

 

9  Any student that is taking the ACT on April 13th at Bergan High School, you should have received an email but the location has changed to Bergan Elementary and is NOT at Bergan High School. Please plan accordingly because if you are late you will not be allowed in. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

 

  1. Anyone that is 16 or older looking for a summer job, Camp Moses Merrill is hiring kitchen and facilities assistants. There is an online application at www.campmerrill.com or see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

Announcements for April 8, 2019

Announcements for April 8, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Chef Choice Tomorrow’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita

Today’s Activities: Golf @ Tekamah at 4:00
JH Track @ Ft. Calhoun at 4:00

  1. Tap Band: Monday-Thursday: District Contest solos/small groups; Friday: None

  2. High school students are invited to the 2019 Youth Legislature! This is a fun, interactive event where students are invited to take on the role of State Senators at the Unicameral Youth Legislature June 9-12. To learn more about the program, go to www. NebraskaLegislature.gov/uyl or call (402) 471-2788. The deadline is May 15.

  3. Seniors - Senior Recognition Banquet is Wednesday, April 17. Tickets are on sale for $8 and are available in the front office and seniors do not need to purchase a ticket, but you do need to sign up to attend.

4. Please dismiss JH Boys and Girls track today at 2.

  1. Sophomores - Now is the time to get out and sell those plants! The deadline to return your packets has been moved to April 18 but there is no guarantee that all products will still be available then. Turn in orders as you get them. There are more packets and order forms available in the library.

  2. Speech posters are in the office for $5.00

7. Any student that is taking the ACT on April 13th at Bergan High School-You should have received an email but the location has changed to Bergan Elementary and is NOT at Bergan High School. Please plan accordingly because if you are late you will not be allowed in. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

8. Anyone that is 16 and older looking for a summer job, Camp Moses Merrill is hiring kitchen and facilities assistants. There is an online application at www.campmerrill.com or see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

9. Congratulations to the 2019-2020 NBC Cheer and Dance teams! Your new NBC Cheerleaders are: Erica Stephenson, Julia Knapp, Madison Vavak, Erika Jensen, Emily Brodd, Riley Hall, Joslyn Reker, Rachel Adams, Sidney Kirschenmann, Jezi Bell, Brooklyn Arrington, Damaris Hernandez, Ellie Beaver, and Alisha Hernandez. Your new NBC Dancers are: Maddy Renner, Julia Knapp, Kodee del Valle, Jessa Hellbusch, Madison Vavak, Kaila Lorence, Kendyl Boyce, Sami McDonald, Shyanna Sindelar, Em- ily Brodd, Jessica Renard, Natalie Knapp, Aleya Bourek, and Abby Johnson. Congratulations Ladies!

Happy Birthday to Austin Manning, Kendyl Boyce, Jarrett Poessnecker, Domonic Tank and Lexi Montoya!

Announcements for April 5, 2019

Announcements for April 5, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Tuna & Noodles Monday’s Breakfast: Pop Tarts Monday’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs

Today’s Activities: Golf Quad @ Yutan at 4:00 State FFA

State FBLA Tomorrow: Track @ Wisner-Pilger

FPS Mini Bowl @ NBC

  1. Tap Band: Monday-Friday: District Contest solos/small groups

  2. High school students are invited to the 2019 Youth Legislature! This is a fun, interactive event where students are invited to take on the role of State Senators at the Unicameral Youth Legislature June 9-12. To learn more about the program, go to www. NebraskaLegislature.gov/uyl or call (402) 471-2788. The deadline is May 15.

  3. Seniors - Senior Recognition Banquet is Wednesday, April 17. Tickets are on sale for $8 and are available in the front office and seniors do not need to purchase a ticket, but you do need to sign up to attend.

4. If you are planning on attending the winter banquet on Sunday (we hope the weather isn’t really winter though), please sign up in the office by today.

  1. Sophomores - Now is the time to get out and sell those plants! The deadline to return your packets has been moved to April 18 but there is no guarantee that all products will still be available then. Turn in orders as you get them. There are more packets and order forms available in the library.

  2. Track & Field athletes (MS AND HS): Please be sure to sign the Thank You notes in the front office for the donation of training & competition shoes from The Lincoln Running Company! Also, if you still want to look/need new training/competition shoes, go to Coach Wright’s room (A17) and see what sizes are left. Offer ends Friday!

  3. Speech posters are in the office for $5.00

8. A watch was found during the set up of prom. If you are missing it, please come to the office to identify.
9. If you are interested in continuing clean up at the Veteran’s Park, please meet tomorrow at the park at 10:00.

10. Any student that is taking the ACT on April 13th at Bergan High School-You should have received an email but the location has changed to Bergan Elementary and is NOT at Bergan High School. Please plan accordingly because if you are late you will not be allowed in. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

11. FPS students who plan to come to tomorrow (Saturday)’s mini bowl - come at 8am. We will do skits at 1:00.

Announcements for April 4, 2019

Announcements for April 4, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Nuggets Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Funnel Cake Tomorrow’s Lunch: Tuna & Noodles

Today’s Activities: JH Track @ West Point-Beemer at 4:00 State FFA

State FBLA

  1. Tap Band: Monday-Friday: District Contest solos/small groups

  2. Softball- Any high school OR summer Softball Players will have a very brief meeting Friday morning in Coach Schluter’s room at 7:45.

  3. Please dismiss Junior High Track athletes at 2:30. Thank you. Junior High Track athletes we will promptly leave at 2:35!

4. If you are planning on attending the winter banquet on Sunday (we hope the weather isn’t really winter though), please sign up in the office by Friday.

  1. Sophomores - Now is the time to get out and sell those plants! The deadline to return your packets has been moved to April 18 but there is no guarantee that all products will still be available then. Turn in orders as you get them. There are more packets and order forms available in the library.

  2. Track & Field athletes (MS AND HS): Please be sure to sign the Thank You notes in the front office for the donation of training & competition shoes from The Lincoln Running Company! Also, if you still want to look/need new training/competition shoes, go to Coach Wright’s room (A17) and see what sizes are left. Offer ends Friday!

  3. Speech posters are in the office for $5.00

Announcements April 3, 2019

Announcements for April 3, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Deli Ham or Deli Turkey Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Nuggets

Today’s Activities: State FFA

  1. Tap Band: Monday-Friday: District Contest solos/small groups

  2. Please remove all locker decorations by end of today.

  3. There will be a meeting this Thursday morning at 7:40am in Coach Stieren’s room for current 8th graders who are interested in playing football next season.

  4. Prom photos will be ordered at the end of the day today. If you have not turned in your form or your money by 3:30 on today, a photo will not be ordered. If you have questions, please talk to Mrs. Schwanebeck.

  5. Cheer and Dance tryouts have been rescheduled to April 7 at 2 pm in Tiger Arena. There will be practice on Wednesday, April 3

6. Any library books that were due in March were renewed and fines were waived. Your book is now due April 15.

  1. There is a assortment of T-Shirts from boys basketball T-Shirt sales in Coach Baehr’s room. Shirts will be sold at a discount price. Come check out if you are in search of something.

  2. Prom attendees who didn’t get a Coke or milkshake glass can pick theirs up in the library. There are more in the back room if the table is empty...just ask.

  3. NBC students and staff who working during the flood clean up but didn’t check into the volunteer center: Please stop by library and get a form to fill out with your approximate hours. These are for FEMA records. The more volunteers we have recorded, the

more funds we are eligible for. It also counts if you were cleaning up your own home or a relative’s home. The forms will be in the basket on the wall by Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s office.

  1. If you are planning on attending the winter banquet on Sunday (we hope the weather isn’t really winter though), please sign up in the office by Friday.

  2. Sophomores - Now is the time to get out and sell those plants! The deadline to return your packets has been moved to April 18 but there is no guarantee that all products will still be available then. Turn in orders as you get them. There are more packets and order forms available in the library.

  3. FBLA members sign up outside of Mrs. Miller’s door to help with a 30 minute shift at the dunk tank during MayFest.

  4. Spanish Club Officers: There will be a short meeting Thursday morning (April 4) at 7:55 in Mr. Montoya’s room. Please plan to attend, we will be done by 8:05.

  5. Softball- Any high school OR summer Softball Players will have a very brief meeting Friday morning in Coach Schluter’s room at 7:45.

Announcements for April 2, 2019

Announcements for April 2, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Sloppy Joe
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pancake on a stick Tomorrow’s Lunch: Deli Ham or Deli Turkey

Today’s Activities: Jostens will be here for the freshman

  1. Tap Band: Monday-Friday: District Contest solos/small groups

  2. Please remove all locker decorations by Wednesday.

  3. There will be a meeting this Thursday morning at 7:40am in Coach Stieren’s room for current 8th graders who are interested in playing football next season.

  4. Prom photos will be ordered at the end of the day on Wednesday, April 3rd. If you have not turned in your form or your money by 3:30 on Wednesday, a photo will not be ordered. If you have questions, please talk to Mrs. Schwanebeck.

  5. Cheer and Dance tryouts have been rescheduled to April 7 at 2 pm in Tiger Arena. There will be practice on Wednesday, April 3

6. Any library books that were due in March were renewed and fines were waived. Your book is now due April 15.

  1. There is a assortment of T-Shirts from boys basketball T-Shirt sales in Coach Baehr’s room. Shirts will be sold at a discount price. Come check out if you are in search of something.

  2. Prom attendees who didn’t get a Coke or milkshake glass can pick theirs up in the library. There are more in the back room if the table is empty...just ask.

  3. NBC students and staff who working during the flood clean up but didn’t check into the volunteer center: Please stop by library and get a form to fill out with your approximate hours. These are for FEMA records. The more volunteers we have recorded, the

more funds we are eligible for. It also counts if you were cleaning up your own home or a relative’s home. The forms will be in the basket on the wall by Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s office.

  1. If you are planning on attending the winter banquet on Sunday (we hope the weather isn’t really winter though), please sign up in the office by Friday.

  2. FBLA SLC goers that did not stop by Mrs. Miller’s room yesterday need to stop by today to get their check out sheets!

  3. Sophomores - Now is the time to get out and sell those plants! The deadline to return your packets has been moved to April 18 but there is no guarantee that all products will still be available then. Turn in orders as you get them. There are more packets and order forms available in the library.

  4. FBLA members sign up outside of Mrs. Miller’s door to help with a 30 minute shift at the dunk tank during MayFest.

    Happy Birthday to Amy Murray!

Announcements for Apil 1, 2019

Announcements for April 1, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Quesadilla or Calzone Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy Tomorrow’s Lunch: Sloppy Joe

Today’s Activities: Track @ West Point-Beemer at 1:00

1. Tap Band: Monday-Friday: District Contest solos/small groups

2. Please remove all locker decorations by Wednesday.

3. The deadline for plant sales has been extended to April 18 to give our customers time to start to think about spring. Please get orders in as early as you can so we don’t run out of product. Also, the 6-pack plants will now be 4-pack plants as they were in past years.

4. Freshman, if you are interested in meeting with the Jostens rep for class rings, he will be here tomorrow.

5. Cheer and Dance tryouts have been rescheduled to April 7 at 2 pm in Tiger Arena. There will be practice on Wednesday, April 3

6. Any library books that were due in March were renewed and fines were waived. Your book is now due April 15.

  1. There is a assortment of T-Shirts from boys basketball T-Shirt sales in Coach Baehr’s room. Shirts will be sold at a discount price. Come check out if you are in search of something.

  2. Prom attendees who didn’t get a Coke or milkshake glass can pick theirs up in the library. There are more in the back room if the table is empty...just ask.

  3. NBC students and staff who working during the flood clean up but didn’t check into the volunteer center: Please stop by library and get a form to fill out with your approximate hours. These are for FEMA records. The more volunteers we have recorded, the

more funds we are eligible for. It also counts if you were cleaning up your own home or a relative’s home. The forms will be in the basket on the wall by Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s office.

  1. If you are planning on attending the winter banquet on Sunday (we hope the weather isn’t really winter though), please sign up in the office by Friday.

  2. Congratulations to the NBC Quiz Bowl Team on qualifying for State.

  3. Sophomores - Now is the time to get out and sell those plants! The deadline to return your packets has been moved to April 18 but there is no guarantee that all products will still be available then. Turn in orders as you get them. There are more packets and order forms available in the library.

  4. FBLA members attending SLC, stop by Mrs. Miller’s room today for your sign-out sheet.
    FBLA members wanting to help with the dunk tank at MayFest, sign up for a time to help outside Mrs. Miller’s door.

Announcements for March 29, 2019

Announcements for March 29, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Fish and Mac n’ Cheese Monday’s Breakfast: Pretzel with cheese sauce Monday’s Lunch: Chef Choice

Tomorrow’s Activities: Prom
JH Band @ Blair

Quiz Bowl @ Midland

1. Tap Band: Friday: contest solos/small groups/Blair Honor Band

2. Please remove all locker decorations by April 3.

3. April 1st track meet will be held @ West Point and we will have school all day.

  1. 2019 Speech team- return your speech materials, scripts, visual aids, etc. from the season to Mr. Lafleur by today.

  2. If you would like to help clean up the cemetary and Veteran’s park tomorrow, contact Renee 402-909-3802. You will need gloves, rakes, wheelbarrows. Meet at the Vet Park at 11:00 a.m.

  3. Freshman, if you are interested in meeting with the Jostens rep for class rings, he will be here next Tuesday, April 2nd.

  4. Seniors - Your Senior Slide Show pictures are due to Mrs. Ray MONDAY!!! Visit with her ASAP if this deadline is going to be an issue.

  5. Today is the last day the North Bend Optimist Club will be accepting soccer, baseball, and softball registration forms. Forms are available at both school offices as well as the bank. If you would like to request financial assistance or a waiver please contact Andrea Halladay 402-980-4534, Aaron Sterup 402-639-0328, or Brent Karnatz 402-719-7829.

  6. Prom Photos: Juniors, Seniors and Sophomore servers: Images by G (Gabrielle Schwanebeck) will take large group pictures of your class and small group pictures. The order sheets will be handed out in English class. You must pay for your pictures when you place the order on Saturday.

10. The deadline for plant sales has been extended to April 18 to give our customers time to start to think about spring. Please get orders in as early as you can so we don’t run out of product. Also, the 6-pack plants will now be 4-pack plants as they were in past years.

11. The donation depot at the Masonic Lodge is seeking volunteers to help stock, move items, and shop for people in need of supplies during flood cleanup. 4-7pm weekdays, 9-12 Saturday, and 1-5pm Sunday. *** See Mrs. Wright for contact information to get signed up.*** This is a great volunteer opportunity to add to your resume!

12. Any library books that were due in March were renewed and fines were waived. Your book is now due April 15.
13. Juniors will begin decorating on today after school. Track and golf athletes can come immediately after practice. Pizza will be

ordered served at 6:00. Plan on working until 9 or 10:00.
14. Anyone that is 16 and older looking for a summer job, Camp Moses Merrill is hiring kitchen and facilities assistants. There is an

online application at www.campmerrill.com or see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.
15. Prom dates not from NBC do NOT have to have a permission form signed by their schools. They do, however, need to bring ID. 16. Cheer and Dance tryouts have been rescheduled to April 7 at 2 pm in Tiger Arena. There will be practice on Wednesday, April 3 17. High School Wrestlers - Reminder the banquet is this Sunday at 6:30 at the Presbyterian Church.

Happy Birthday over the weekend to Emily Allgood, Jay Dunn, Hannah Mullally

Absent: Hayleigh Johnson, Louis Johnson, Dallas Phelps, Brier Cerny, David Simino

Announcements for March 28th, 2019

Announcements for March 28, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Pizza
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Omelet
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Fish and Mac n’ Cheese

  1. Tap Band: Thursday: contest solos/small groups/Blair Honor Band Friday: contest solos/small groups/Blair Honor Band

  2. Please remove all locker decorations by April 3.

  3. April 1st track meet will be held @ West Point and we will have school all day.

4.

  1. If you would like to help clean up the cemetary and Veteran’s park this weekend, contact Renee 402-909-3802.

  2. Freshman, if you are interested in meeting with the Jostens rep for class rings, he will be here next Tuesday, April 2nd.

  3. Seniors - Your Senior Slide Show pictures are due to Mrs. Ray MONDAY!!! Visit with her ASAP if this deadline is going to be an issue.

  4. The table sign-up sheet for Prom seating is in the office. Get your name on the list by the end of the day today.

  5. Prom Photos: Juniors, Seniors and Sophomore servers: Images by G (Gabrielle Schwanebeck) will take large group pictures of your class and small group pictures. The order sheets will be handed out in English class. You must pay for your pictures when you place the order on Saturday.

10. The deadline for plant sales has been extended to April 18 to give our customers time to start to think about spring. Please get orders in as early as you can so we don’t run out of product. Also, the 6-pack plants will now be 4-pack plants as they were in past years.

11. There will be a short prom decorating meeting after school on Thursday for those not involved in other activities from about 3:30 - 5:00. Meet in the library.

12. Any library books that were due in March were renewed and fines were waived. Your book is now due April 15.

13. Juniors will begin decorating on Friday after school. Track and golf athletes can come immediately after practice. Pizza will be ordered served at 6:00. Plan on working until 9 or 10:00.

  1. Blood Drive has been postponed until Thursday, May 16th. Seniors - remember this is your last chance to work for your scholarship.

  2. This Friday, March 29 will be the last day the North Bend Optimist Club will be accepting soccer, baseball, and softball registration forms. Forms are available at both school offices as well as the bank. If you would like to request financial assistance or a waiver please contact Andrea Halladay 402-980-4534, Aaron Sterup 402-639-0328, or Brent Karnatz 402-719- 7829.

  3. 2019 Speech team- return your speech materials, scripts, visual aids, etc. from the season to Mr. Lafleur by Fri. March 29.

17. Anyone that is 16 and older looking for a summer job, Camp Moses Merrill is hiring kitchen and facilities assistants. There is an online application at www.campmerrill.com or see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

Happy Birthday to Kaila Lorence!

Announcements for March 27, 2019

Announcements for March 27, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Orange Chicken or Teriyaki Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pizza

1. Tap Band: Wednesday: contest solos/small groups/Blair Honor Band; Thursday: contest solos/small groups/Blair Honor Band Friday: contest solos/small groups/ Blair Honor Band

2. Please remove all locker decorations by April 3.

3. April 1st track meet will be held @ West Point and we will have school all day.

  1. Junior High track checkout and practice for grades 7-8 after school today in the Tiger Arena.

  2. If you would like to help clean up the cemetary and Veteran’s park this weekend, contact Renee 402-909-3802.

  3. Freshman, if you are interested in meeting with the Jostens rep for class rings, he will be here next Tuesday, April 2nd.

  4. Seniors - Your Senior Slide Show pictures are due to Mrs. Ray MONDAY!!! Visit with her ASAP if this deadline is going to be an issue.

  5. The table sign-up sheet for Prom seating is in the office. Get your name on the list by the end of the day on Thursday.

  6. Prom Photos: Juniors, Seniors and Sophomore servers: Images by G (Gabrielle Schwanebeck) will take large group pictures of your class and small group pictures. The order sheets will be handed out in English class. You must pay for your pictures when you place the order on Saturday.

10. Golfers- Meet in Mr. Ziettlow’s room @ 3:35. We will go to the course after this meeting.

11. FBLA students who are attending SLC next week, there is a MANDATORY meeting at 7:45am tomorrow, Thursday, in Mrs. Miller’s room.

  1. The following need to stop by Mrs. Miller’s room today: Paige Dunker, Kaitlyn Emanuel and Libby Richardson

  2. If you signed up or are interested in participating in the John Baylor Test Prep sessions before school, see Mrs. Ray TODAY for information.

  3. There will be a short prom decorating meeting after school on Thursday for those not involved in other activities from about 3:30 - 5:00. Meet in the library.

15. Any library books that were due in March were renewed and fines were waived. Your book is now due April 15.
16. Juniors will begin decorating on Friday after school. Track and golf athletes can come immediately after practice. Pizza will be

ordered served at 6:00. Plan on working until 9 or 10:00.
17. Blood Drive has been postponed until Thursday, May 16th. Seniors - remember this is your last chance to work for your

scholarship.
18. All juniors and seniors please sign the pillow and quilt for Post Prom during lunch today.

  1. This Friday, March 29 will be the last day the North Bend Optimist Club will be accepting soccer, baseball, and softball

    registration forms. Forms are available at both school offices as well as the bank. If you would like to request financial assistance or a waiver please contact Andrea Halladay 402-980-4534, Aaron Sterup 402-639-0328, or Brent Karnatz 402-719- 7829.

  2. 2019 Speech team- return your speech materials, scripts, visual aids, etc. from the season to Mr. Lafleur by Fri. March 29.

Announcements for March 12, 2019

March  12th  Announcements:

Today’s Lunch:  Deli Turkey or Deli Ham    

Tomorrow’s Lunch: Quesada or Calzone                                    

Tomorrow’s Breakfast:  Breakfast Pizza

 

1,  The Boys’ Basketball team would like to thank all the staff and students for their tremendous support and help in achieving a State Runner up. We could not have done it without you.

Tap Band: Today thru Friday – Contest solos/small groups/Blair Honor Band

  1. Prom work night is scheduled for Tuesday, March 12 from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Meet in library.
  2. There will be a track meeting for all varsity boys’ basketball players planning on participating in track today after school in the tiger den. If any of those same boys would like to participate in Friday’s meet at Concordia, they will need to talk to Coach Voss.
  3. The Army recruiter will be here on Thursday, March 14th at 1:00. If you would like to learn more about what the military can offer in the areas of career and college opportunity, talk to your 5th period teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.
  4. NBC Blood Drive on Wednesday, March 27th from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the old gym. Parent Permission forms are in the office for students under the age of 18 years old. Please bring your I.D. or Blood Donor card. Don't forget about the Fast Pass!!!!!!

Students and Staff that have the blood type O-, O+, A- or B- can donate POWER REDS!!. POWER RED donors can only donate every 112 days. Females are encouraged to wait until they are 19 years of age or older. Minimum height 5'5 for females and 5'1 for males Minimum weight 150 lbs for females and 130 lbs for males. Please see Mr. Nelson to ask for information and schedule your appointment. They are bringing 3 machines so we want to keep them busy.

  1. Sophomores are getting ready for 2020 Prom. They will be selling plants from Janet's Jungle and our very own NBC Home Grown greenhouse. You can order directly from a sophomore OR online via link on NBC home page. Debit/credit cards and paypal options are available for online orders. Order your plants early to assure availability. Plant sales will end April 5. Delivery will be May 1--just in time for Mother's Day!
  2. 8. It is John Baylor Test Prep time! If you are planning on taking the ACT this spring and would like to prepare, sign up with Mrs. Ray. The cost is $40 and you must be registered by March 20th.
  3. All cheer and dance candidates: Please check your email for important information about tryouts. If you did not get an email, please see Coach Schwanebeck!
  4. 10. HOSA members going to State, Mrs. Treat needs your registration.
  5. Freshman: meeting on March 19 at 8:30 in the Tiger Den to look at class rings.
  6. There will be a meeting for current 8th graders who are interested in playing football next fall. The meeting will start at 7:45am in Coach Stieren's room on Friday.
  7. We have had an extreme amount of wasted paper not being claimed. Printing to the media center will change. Jobs sent to either the color or bw printer will not automatically print out. You must release your print job when you come to the library. Pay attention to the time you print. When you come to the library, use the computer by the printers to release your print job. Find your print jobs username or the time to release your print job to the printer. Some chromebook print jobs will only show by the time you print. Print jobs will stay on hold for 30 minutes and then purge out if not printed within that time. 
  8. 14. All winter sports and activities that are finished need to remove locker decorations, banners and signs by this Friday.
  9. Any senior who would like one of the winter sports banners that are in the hallway by the band room, please let Mrs. Wright or Mrs. Schwanebeck know ASAP! They will be taken down on Friday.
  10. Joe Ruskamp will be talking about career opportunities in the Tiger Den at 1 PM. Please let Mr. Mottl know if you are interested.
  11. Seniors - your pictures for the Senior Slide Show are due to Mrs. Ray by April 1st. (5 to 7 pictures of you growing up - you can also submit a different senior picture)

Announcements for March 11, 2019

March  11th  Announcements:

 

Today’s Lunch:  Pulled Pork or Mr. Rib    

Tomorrow’s Lunch: Deli Turkey or Deli Ham                                     

Tomorrow’s Breakfast:  Pancake on a Stick

 

1,  Golfers - Meet in Mr. Ziettlow's room @ 3:35. Bring your computers.

 

  1. Congratulations to the Boys’ Basketball team and Coaches on earning the Class C1 2019 State Basketball runner up trophy and a fantastic season. Your school, your families, and your community are all very proud of the way our boys and girls represented North Bend Central at the State Tournaments. You are ALL a “Class Act!”

 

 

  1. The Army recruiter will be here on Thursday, March 14th at 1:00. If you would like to learn more about what the military can offer in the areas of career and college opportunity, talk to your 5th period teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

 

  1. Prom work night is scheduled for Tuesday, March 12 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the the library.

 

5  Sophomores are getting ready for 2020 Prom. They will be selling plants from Janet's Jungle and our very own NBC Home Grown greenhouse. You can order directly from a sophomore OR online via link on NBC home page. Debit/credit cards and paypal options are available for online orders. Order your plants early to assure availability. Plant sales will end April 5. Delivery will be May 1--just in time for Mother's Day!

 

It is John Baylor Test Prep time! If you are planning on taking the ACT this spring and would like to prepare, sign up with Mrs. Ray. The cost is $40 and you must be registered by March 20th.

 

7  All cheer and dance candidates: Please check your email for important information about tryouts. If you did not get an email, please see Coach Schwanebeck!

 

  1. HOSA members going to state, see Mrs. Treat needs your registration and test takers come during TAP to take your test.

 

  1. There will be a meeting for current 8th graders who are interested in playing football next fall. The meeting will start at 7:45am in Coach Stieren's room.

 

  1. We have had an extreme amount of wasted paper not being claimed. Printing to the media center will change. Jobs sent to either the color or bw printer will not automatically print out. You must release your print job when you come to the library. Pay attention to the time you print. When you come to the library, use the computer by the printers to release your print job. Find your print jobs username or the time to release your print job to the printer. Some chromebook print jobs will only show by the time you print. Print jobs will say on hold for 30 minutes and then purge out if not printed within that time. 

 

  1. All winter sports and activities that are finished need to remove locker decorations, banners and signs.

 

            Happy Birthday, Colton Pruss, Tristan Anderson, and Charlotte Vech!!

Announcements for March 6. 2019

Announcements for March 6, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Fish & Mac n’ Cheese

Activities: No School Thursday and Friday
State Boys Basketball tomorrow @ 3:45 at Devaney Pep Rally at 3:10

Reminders for Girls and Boys State Basketball: * Clear bag policy is in effect
* $7 for adults/$5 for students
* $7 for parking at the Devaney/Pinnacle

* Fire Precautions. Shredded paper, confetti, etc. should not be carried into the gymnasiums by your pep club and student body. The fire marshal has directed us not to permit materials of this type in the various sites. Please help us by telling your student body not to bring confetti, shredded paper, etc.

* Signs and Banners. Signs and banners that are not directed at the opposition and are not
derogatory in nature may be placed on walls behind the seating areas in the High Schools
ONLY. There will be no signs or banners allowed at the Devaney Sports Center or
Pinnacle Bank Arena. These signs or banners will not be permitted on walls or the stands near the playing floor. Signs,
banners, and school flags should not be carried around the floor. Signs that are not political, obscene, or in bad taste may be posted within the playing facility as long as the signs do not interfere with the spectators’ view of the game or with the

playing of the game. No balloons inside the facility.
* Artificial Noisemakers. The use of artificial noisemakers is prohibited. (Examples: air horns, whistles, bells, Thunder Sticks, etc.) Mega- phones are to be used by cheerleaders only. Band instruments, including drums, are not to be played at any time other than when the entire band is playing.

1. Tap Band: Wednesday: Contest solos/small groups
2. Cassandra Burbach and Alaina Stephenson - you need to turn in your basketball jersey’s.
3. Prom work night is scheduled for Tuesday, March 12 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the the library.
4. Extra Girls State Basketball shirts are available. Short Sleeve are $13 and Long sleeve are $16. See Mrs. Sterup if you would

like one.
5. All cheer and dance candidates must turn in their packets and recommendation forms to Coach Schwanebeck by today in

order to be eligible to try out next week.
6. Frontier Coop has extended the deadline for applying for their summer internship until today. If you are interested in

applying, please get your information from Mr. Mottl and get it turned in.
7. NBC Blood Drive on Wednesday, March 27th from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the old gym. Parent Permission forms are in the

office for students under the age of 18 years old. Please bring your I.D. or Blood Donor card. Don’t forget about the Fast Pass!!!!

All students that are 16 years old or older and are interested in donating blood at our blood drive, there will be an informational

meeting at 7:40 a.m. in the old gym tomorrow.
8. HOSA members going to state, see Mrs. Treat today. She needs your t-shirt size and your registration money.
9. Sophomores - change of plans - please turn in your plant orders to the office.
10. Sophomores are getting ready for 2020 Prom. They will be selling plants from Janet’s Jungle and our very own NBC Home

Grown greenhouse. You can order directly from a sophomore OR online via link on NBC home page. Debit/credit cards and paypal options are available for online orders. Order your plants early to assure availability. Plant sales will end April 5. Delivery will be May 1--just in time for Mother’s Day!

Absent:

Happy Birthday to Hailey Anderson and Phoebie Pitts!

Announcements for March 5, 2019

Announcements for March 5, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Bagel Tomorrow’s Lunch: Fish & Mac n’ Cheese

Today’s Activities: FFA Labor Auction at 6:00

1. Tap Band: Tuesday: Contest solos/small groups; Wednesday: Contest solos/small groups

2. All girls basketball players going out for track will have a short meeting Tuesday after school in the tiger den.

3. Prom work night is scheduled for Tuesday, March 12 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the the library.

4. Extra Girls State Basketball shirts are available. Short Sleeve are $13 and Long sleeve are $16. See Mrs. Sterup if you would like one.

5. All cheer and dance candidates must turn in their packets and recommendation forms to Coach Schwanebeck by tomorrow in order to be eligible to try out next week.

  1. Frontier Coop has extended the deadline for applying for their summer internship until tomorrow. If you are interested in applying, please get your information from Mr. Mottl and get it turned in.

  2. There are still a few Girls State Basketball shirts available. See Mr. Sterup if you are interested.

  3. NBC Blood Drive on Wednesday, March 27th from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the old gym. Parent Permission forms are in the office for students under the age of 18 years old. Please bring your I.D. or Blood Donor card. Don’t forget about the Fast Pass!!!!

    All students that are 16 years old or older and are interested in donating blood at our blood drive, there will be an informational meeting at 7:40 a.m. in the old gym tomorrow.

9. Congratulations to Gavin Kirschenmann who scored in the top 100 Nebraska students in the 2019 National Geography Bee.

Happy Birthday to Lacy Borer!

Announcements for March 4, 2019

March  4th  Announcements:

 

Today’s Lunch:  Pizza     

Tomorrow’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken                                     

Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Muffins

 

 

  1. HOSA members going to State… See Mrs. Treat!
  2. NBC Track & Field Apparel is now available. Order on the school website, through Mr. Montoya, or by visiting https://northbenditemorder.com

 

  1. Congratulations to Lauren Emanuel and Ryan Gaughen for being selected for the 2019 Pinnacle Bank High School Leader

 

  1. Prom work night is scheduled for Tuesday, March 12 from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Meet in library.

 

  1. All Cheer and Dance candidates must turn in their packets and recommendation forms to Coach Schwanebeck by Wednesday, March 6, in order to be eligible to try out next week.

 

  1. Frontier Coop has extended the deadline for applying for their summer internship until Wednesday, March 6th. If you are interested in applying please get your information from Mr. Mottl and get it turned in.

 

  1. All girls basketball players going out for track will have a short meeting Tuesday after school in the tiger den.  

 

            Happy Birthday, Gage Dunn and Prezley Limbach!!

Announcements for March 1, 2019

Announcements for March 1, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Patty or Pork Patty Monday’s Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy Monday’s Lunch: Pizza

1. Tap Band: Friday: District contest small groups/solos

2. HOSA members need to get registered for state by this today.

3. All Optimist Club Softball and Baseball forms are due no later than today. Scholarships available by contacting myself or Mr. Sterup.

  1. Extra Girls State Basketball shirts are available. Short Sleeve are $13 and Long sleeve are $16. See Mrs. Sterup if you would like one.

  2. So proud of our Lady Tigers yesterday they left it all on the floor as they promised. A great season tigers!

  3. NBC Track & Field Apparel is now available. Order on the school website, through Mr. Montoya, or by visiting https://north bendcentral.itemorder.com

7. Are you interested in making $4,000 this summer and getting a $1,000 scholarship? Frontier Coop is offering an internship opportunity where you get to experience all areas of an ag business. It’s not just an “ag” opportunity. See Mr. Mottl if you’re interested. Applications are due Friday.

8. Cassandra Burback and Elaina Stephenson please get you basketball gear to Coach Richardson as soon as possible.
9. If anyone would like a state boys basketball shirt, please see Coach Baehr or come to the office by 8:10 a.m. Monday morning.

Announcements for Feb 28, 2019

Announcements for February 28, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Mr. Rib
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Patty or Pork Patty

Today’s Activities: State Girls Basketball at 2:00 at Devaney Good Luck Tigers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Reminders for Girls and Boys State Basketball: * Clear bag policy is in effect
* $7 for adults/$5 for students
* $7 for parking at the Devaney/Pinnacle

* Fire Precautions. Shredded paper, confetti, etc. should not be carried into the gymnasiums by your pep club and student body. The fire marshal has directed us not to permit materials of this type in the various sites. Please help us by telling your student body not to bring confetti, shredded paper, etc.

* Signs and Banners. Signs and banners that are not directed at the opposition and are not
derogatory in nature may be placed on walls behind the seating areas in the High Schools
ONLY. There will be no signs or banners allowed at the Devaney Sports Center or
Pinnacle Bank Arena. These signs or banners will not be permitted on walls or the stands near the playing floor. Signs, banners, and school flags should not be carried around the floor. Signs that are not political, obscene, or in bad taste may be posted within the playing facility as long as the signs do not interfere with the spectators’ view of the game or with the playing of the game. No balloons inside the facility.

* Artificial Noisemakers. The use of artificial noisemakers is prohibited. (Examples: air horns, whistles, bells, Thunder Sticks, etc.) Megaphones are to be used by cheerleaders only. Band instruments, including drums, are not to be played at any time other than when the entire band is playing.

1. Tap Band: Friday: District contest small groups/solos

2. HOSA members need to get registered for state by this Friday.

3. All Optimist Club Softball and Baseball forms are due no later than this Friday March 1. Scholarships available by contacting myself or Mr. Sterup.

  1. Extra Girls State Basketball shirts are available. Short Sleeve are $13 and Long sleeve are $16. See Mrs. Sterup if you would like one.

  2. Even though we are between storms, please be aware of the possibility of blowing and drifting snow in certain areas of the district and use caution driving to and from school. Go slow, put extra clothes in your vehicles, buckle up and keep your phone charged.

    Your safety is everyone’s top priority. Leave home earlier than usual as the trip to school is bound to take most of you longer than usual.

6. NBC Track & Field Apparel is now available. Order on the school website, through Mr. Montoya, or by visiting https://north bendcentral.itemorder.com

7. Are you interested in making $4,000 this summer and getting a $1,000 scholarship? Frontier Coop is offering an internship opportunity where you get to experience all areas of an ag business. It’s not just an “ag” opportunity. See Mr. Mottl if you’re interested. Applications are due Friday.

Happy Birthday to Louis Johnson, Carter Richardson, Delaney Richardson and Mya Stahl!

Announcements for February 27, 2019

Announcements for February 27, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Italian Dunkers Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mr. Rib

Today’s Activities: FFA @ Norfolk

Reminders for Girls and Boys State Basketball: * Clear bag policy is in effect
* $7 for adults/$5 for students
* $7 for parking at the Devaney/Pinnacle

* Fire Precautions. Shredded paper, confetti, etc. should not be carried into the gymnasiums by your pep club and student body. The fire marshal has directed us not to permit materials of this type in the various sites. Please help us by telling your student body not to bring confetti, shredded paper, etc.

* Signs and Banners. Signs and banners that are not directed at the opposition and are not
derogatory in nature may be placed on walls behind the seating areas in the High Schools
ONLY. There will be no signs or banners allowed at the Devaney Sports Center or
Pinnacle Bank Arena. These signs or banners will not be permitted on walls or the stands near the playing floor. Signs, banners, and school flags should not be carried around the floor. Signs that are not political, obscene, or in bad taste may be posted within the playing facility as long as the signs do not interfere with the spectators’ view of the game or with the playing of the game. No balloons inside the facility.

* Artificial Noisemakers. The use of artificial noisemakers is prohibited. (Examples: air horns, whistles, bells, Thunder Sticks, etc.) Megaphones are to be used by cheerleaders only. Band instruments, including drums, are not to be played at any time other than when the entire band is playing.

1. Tap Band: Wednesday: District contest small groups/solos; Thursday: District contest small groups/solos; Friday: District contest small groups/solos

2. HOSA members need to get registered for state by this Friday.

3. All Optimist Club Softball and Baseball forms are due no later than this Friday March 1. Scholarships available by contacting myself or Mr. Sterup.

4. Any 8-11 grade student that is interested in trying out for Cheer or Dance but did not make it to the Wednesday informational meeting, please see Coach Schwanebeck before Monday.

5. There is a sign-up sheet outside the tech office in the library for any 8-11 grade student interested in trying out for cheer and dance. There will be an informational meeting on February 27th.

Announcements for February 26, 2019

Announcements for February 26, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pretzel with cheese sauce Tomorrow’s Lunch: Italian Dunkers

Today’s Activities: EHC Speech @ Humphrey ~ Go Tigers!

1. Tap Band: Tuesday: None; Wednesday: District contest small groups/solos; Thursday: District contest small groups/solos Friday: District contest small groups/solos

2. HOSA members need to get registered for state by this Friday.

3. All Optimist Club Softball and Baseball forms are due no later than this Friday March 1. Scholarships available by contacting myself or Mr. Sterup.

  1. Varsity Golf - There will be a meeting in Mr. Ziettlow’s room at 3:35 on Tuesday(2/26) for those interested in joining the golf team this spring.

  2. There is a sign-up sheet outside the tech office in the library for any 8-11 grade student interested in trying out for cheer and dance. There will be an informational meeting on February 27th.

  3. Prom work night is scheduled for tonight from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Meet in the library.

  4. There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 27th at 7:45 am in the library for anyone interested in trying out for Cheer or Dance team. If you cannot attend but wish to try out, please see Coach Schwanebeck.

  5. Congratulation to Shelby Dunn on being selected as a finalist for State FFA Office. She interviewed in Kearney this past weekend and will go through another round of interviews prior to State FFA Convention. The 2019-2020 team will be announced during the final session of Nebraska FFA Convention in Lincoln.

  6. The Village of Dodge is looking for part-time summer positions for Maintenance, Pool Manager, Assist Pool Manager and Lifeguard. Resume’s are due by February 28th to the Village Clerk Office in Dodge. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

    1. Did you know? NBC is one of only THREE Class C Nebraska schools that offer a cooperative education program, in which students can earn credit for career field experiences like job shadows and internships? Boone Central and Sutton are the other two schools. Happy CTE Month!

    2. Did you know? Career & Technical Education allows any student to experience hands-on training in a number of career pathways. How many different CAREER CLUSTERS are there in which you can be trained here at NBC? Which career clusters are YOU interested in? Bring your answers to Mrs. Wright in Room A17 and get your prize for this, the last week of CTE Trivia! Happy CTE Month!

      Happy Birthday to Evan Marr!

Announcements for February 22, 2019

Announcements for February 22, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Mac n’ Cheese and Fish Monday’s Breakfast: Bagel
Monday’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs

  1. Tap Band: Friday: District Contest small groups/solos

  2. NBC Track & Field Apparel is now available. Order on the school website, through Mr. Montoya, or by visiting https:// northbendcentral.itemorder.com

  3. Please remove all vehicles from the parking lot for the predicted snow this weekend.

  4. Mr. Baehr has a variety of boys basketball clothing left over from shirt sales. They are first come first serve.

  5. There is a sign-up sheet outside the tech office in the library for any 8-11 grade student interested in trying out for cheer and dance. There will be an informational meeting on February 27th.

  6. Prom work night is scheduled for Tuesday, Febr 26 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Meet in the library.

  7. There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 27th at 7:45 am in the library for anyone interested in trying out for Cheer or Dance team. If you cannot attend but wish to try out, please see Coach Schwanebeck.

  8. Varsity Golf - There will be a meeting in Mr. Ziettlow’s room at 3:35 on Monday(2/25) for those interested in joining the golf team this spring.

  9. The Village of Dodge is looking for part-time summer positions for Maintenance, Pool Manager, Assist Pool Manager and Lifeguard. Resume’s are due by February 28th to the Village Clerk Office in Dodge. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

10. All high school and junior high wrestlers as of this morning set up for Matcat tournament is tonight at 6:00. A decision will be made by 1:00 today if it will be cancelled.

11. Speech team- pick up your sign out sheets for the EHC tournament from Mr. Lafleur. Codes and schedules will be distributed today at 3:30 for Tuesday’s tournament.

12. Due to the snow day, today’s “Dress for Career Success” fashion show has been postponed.

Happy Birthday to Sam McDonald and over the weekend to Evan Marr!

Announcements for February 21, 2019

Announcements for February 21, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Yogurt Parfait Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mac n’ Cheese and Fish

Today’s Activities: Girls Basketball District Final @ Cross County at 7:00 Boys Basketball Sub-District @ Oakland at 7:00

Pep Rally - Regular schedule through 6th period, report to the gym, after Pep Rally, report back to 7th period

1. Tap Band: Thursday: District Contest small groups/solos; Friday: District Contest small groups/solos

2. NBC Track & Field Apparel is now available. Order on the school website, through Mr. Montoya, or by visiting https:// northbendcentral.itemorder.com

3. All junior high basketball player clean and turn in your basketball uniforms and practice tops before Friday to Coach Richardson.

  1. There will be a mandatory meeting for all students 9-12 who are not currently involved with varsity basketball today after school in the Tiger Den. If you can not attend the meeting please let coach Voss or coach Montoya know. Varsity basketball players planning on track will meet after their season is completed.

  2. There is a sign-up sheet outside the tech office in the library for any 8-11 grade student interested in trying out for cheer and dance. There will be an informational meeting on February 27th.

  3. Prom work night is scheduled for Tuesday, Febr 26 from 7-9 p.m. Meet in the library.

  4. There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 27th at 7:45 am in the library for anyone interested in trying out for Cheer or Dance team. If you cannot attend but wish to try out, please see Coach Schwanebeck.

8. If you are interested in riding the Spirit Bus tonight to Cross County, please sign up in the front office by 1:00. You must be signed up to get on the bus and have a parent contact the office for permission. You are responsible for your own admission

fee.

9. Anyone interested in Quiz Bowl please attend an informational meeting at 7:45 Friday morning in room A1.

 

Happy Birthday to Trevor Nelson and Peyton Mitties!

Announcements for February 19, 2019

Announcements for February 19, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Pork Tacos
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pancake on a Stick Tomorrow’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken

Today’s Activities: Boys Sub-District Basketball @ Oakland vs. Arlington at 5:00 (notice time change)

Today is FFA animal day - be sure to come meet the puppies in the front office!

  1. Tap Band: Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: District Contest small groups/solos; Thursday: District Contest small groups/solos; Friday: District Contest small groups/solos

  2. NBC Track & Field Apparel is now available. Order on the school website, through Mr. Montoya, or by visiting https:// northbendcentral.itemorder.com

3. All junior high basketball player clean and turn in your basketball uniforms and practice tops before Friday to Coach Richardson.

  1. FFA Week - tomorrow is wear your favorite tractor brand shirt.

  2. There is a sign-up sheet outside the tech office in the library for any 8-11 grade student interested in trying out for cheer and dance. There will be an informational meeting on February 27th.

  3. Prom work night is scheduled for Tuesday, Febr 26 from 7-9 p.m. Meet in the library.

7. All juniors will meet in the Tiger Den during TAP today for prom information.

Happy Birthday to Taneeko Cooper!

Announcements for February 18, 2019

Announcements for February 18, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Pizza Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Donut Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pork Tacos

Today’s Activities: JH Girls Basketball vs Wisner-Pilger at 4:00 JH Wrestling @ Pender at 4:00

National FFA Week
Parent-Teacher Conferences 5:30-8:30

  1. Tap Band: Monday: District Contest small groups/solos; Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: District Contest small groups/solos Thursday: District Contest small groups/solos; Friday: District Contest small groups/solos

  2. NBC Track & Field Apparel is now available. Order on the school website, through Mr. Montoya, or by visiting https:// northbendcentral.itemorder.com

3. All HOSA members first aid kit money is due today. All members must sell at least 2 first aid kits.

4. Any junior boy that is interested in attending Cornhusker Boys State in Lincoln, June 2-8. Please see Mrs. Gaughen for an application and if you have any questions. Applications are due back today.

5. There is a sign-up sheet outside the tech office in the library for any 8-11 grade student interested in trying out for cheer and dance. There will be an informational meeting on February 27th.

6. Junior High girls game with Wisner-Pilger is at 4:00 today. Girls make sure your parents know. 7. Congratulations Zach Borer on winning the Class C, 170 pound weight class at State Wrestling!
8. All varsity wrestlers there is a meeting in Coach Streff’s room after school today.
9. Please dismiss JH wrestlers at 2:30 so they can attend a wrestling meet up in Pender.

10. Rescheduled prom meeting is tonight from 6:00-8:00 in the library. 11. There will not be a scholarship writing night tonight.

Announcements for February 14, 2019

Announcements for February 14, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: State Wrestling - Good Luck to Jacob and Zach!!!!!

1st
Pep rally 2nd
3rd
5th
4th

6th 7th

JH Girls Basketball @ West Point
Girls Sub-Districts @ Oakland at 7:00

8:10 - 8:50 Dismiss to old gym for pep rally 8:50 to 9:10 — Old Gym
9:13 -9:48
9:51 - 10:25

10:28- 11:03 11:05 - 11:25 11:28 - 11:52 11:55 - 12:19 12:22 - 12:54 12:57 -1:30

  1. Tap Band: Thursday: District Contest small groups

  2. NBC Track & Field Apparel is now available. Order on the school website, through Mr. Montoya, or by visiting https:// northbendcentral.itemorder.com

3. All HOSA members first aid kit money is due February 18th. All members must sell at least 2 first aid kits.

4. Any junior boy that is interested in attending Cornhusker Boys State in Lincoln, June 2-8. Please see Mrs. Gaughen for an application and if you have any questions. Applications are due back on February 18th.

  1. There is a sign-up sheet outside the tech office in the library for any 8-11 grade student interested in trying out for cheer and dance. There will be an informational meeting on February 27th.

  2. Please remove all cars in the parking lot over the weekend due to snow in the forecast. Also, if you are involved in any activity over the weekend, please park in the back of the school.

  3. Congratulations to Nolan Williams, Owen Simanek and Hallie Mottl who placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the Dodge County Spelling Bee.

  4. Speech Team meeting at 1:30 today in Mr. Lafleur’s room. All speakers need to attend.

    Happy Birthday to Joey Brodd!

Announcements for February 13, 2019

Announcements for February 13, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Macho Nachos
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: Parent Teacher Conferences from 5:30-8:30 Dodge County Spelling Bee

  1. Tap Band: Wednesday: District Contest small groups; Thursday: District Contest small groups

  2. NBC Track & Field Apparel is now available. Order on the school website, through Mr. Montoya, or by visiting https:// northbendcentral.itemorder.com

3. All HOSA members first aid kit money is due February 18th. All members must sell at least 2 first aid kits.

4. Any junior boy that is interested in attending Cornhusker Boys State in Lincoln, June 2-8. Please see Mrs. Gaughen for an application and if you have any questions. Applications are due back on February 18th.

5. There is a sign-up sheet outside the tech office in the library for any 8-11 grade student interested in trying out for cheer and dance. There will be an informational meeting on February 27th.

Happy Birthday to Colin Rhynalds, Bailey Rhynalds, Cole Johnson and Shayleigh Danielson!

Announcements for February 12, 2019

Announcements for February 12, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Breakfast for lunch Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Combo Bar Tomorrow’s Lunch: Macho Nachos

Today’s Activities: JH Girls Basketball @ Ft. Calhoun at 4:30
Girls Basketball Sub-Districts @ Oakland at 7:30

1. Tap Band: Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: District Contest small groups; Thursday: District Contest small groups

2. Are you missing a wallet? If so, please come to the office to identify.

3. NBC Track & Field Apparel is now available. Order on the school website, through Mr. Montoya, or by visiting https:// northbendcentral.itemorder.com

4. Please be extra careful when driving on the winter snow, ice packed streets. Slow down and be safe.

5. All HOSA members first aid kit money is due February 18th. All members must sell at least 2 first aid kits.

6. Any junior boy that is interested in attending Cornhusker Boys State in Lincoln, June 2-8. Please see Mrs. Gaughen for an application and if you have any questions. Applications are due back on February 18th.

7. There is a sign-up sheet outside the tech office in the library for any 8-11 grade student interested in trying out for cheer and dance. There will be an informational meeting on February 27th.

Happy Birthday to Elena Wright and Madison Trejo!

Announcements for February 11, 2019

Announcements for February 11, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Patty or Pork Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Long John Tomorrow’s Lunch: Breakfast for lunch

Today’s Activities: Parent-Teacher Conferences 5:30-8:30 JH Wrestling @ Wahoo at 5:00

1. Tap Band: Monday: District Contest small groups; Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: District Contest small groups; Thursday: District Contest small groups

2. Are you missing a wallet? If so, please come to the office to identify.

  1. Juniors: Prom planning meeting tonight from 6-8 in the library. Remember you must have all money owed paid before you can attend the meeting.

  2. Please be extra careful when driving on the winter snow, ice packed streets. Slow down and be safe.

  3. Did you Know? 100% of Nebraska High Schools offer Career & Technical Ed classes and many offer Career Ed programs, but NBC is in the minority of schools that offer Cooperative Ed programs, in which students can earn credit for job shadows and paid internships. How many Class C Nebraska schools offer this? Come to Mrs. Wright with your answer/guess today and earn a prize! (Hint: you won’t find this one on Google!)

6. All HOSA members first aid kit money is due February 18th. All members must sell at least 2 first aid kits.

7. If you ordered State Wrestling tickets, see Mrs. Ray today.

8. Any junior boy that is interested in attending Cornhusker Boys State in Lincoln, June 2-8. Please see Mrs. Gaughen for an application and if you have any questions. Applications are due back on February 18th.

9. There is a sign-up sheet outside the tech office in the library for any 8-11 grade student interested in trying out for cheer and dance. There will be an informational meeting on February 27th.

Happy Birthday over the weekend to Rachel Adams!

Announcements for February 8, 2019

Announcements for February 8, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Deli Ham or Turkey
Monday’s Breakfast: Pop Tarts
Monday’s Lunch: Chicken Patty or Pork Patty

Today’s Activities: District Wrestling @ Aquinas ~ Good Luck Tigers!

1. Tap Band: Friday: Contest small groups/solos

2. Are you missing a wallet? If so, please come to the office to identify.

3. Juniors: Prom planning meeting on February 11 from 6-8 in the library. Remember you must have all money owed paid before you can attend the meeting.

4. Please be extra careful when driving on the winter snow, ice packed streets. Slow down and be safe.

5. Speech Team meeting at 3:30 in Mr. Lafleur’s room. Codes and schedules for tomorrow’s meet will be distributed.

6. Anyone interested in working on the crew for the musical, see Mr. Wright this week.

7. This is YOUR last opportunity to order your 2019 NBC State Wrestling apparel. Your order and payment must be placed with Mrs. Ray by 10 am today. For more information or questions see Mrs. Ray.

Happy Birthday to Kaleb Kennedy, Austin Adams and over the weekend to Shyann Rolenc!

Announcements for February 7, 2019

Announcements for February 7, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo or Mac n’ Cheese Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Omelets
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Deli Ham or Turkey

Today’s Activities: Girls and Boys Basketball vs Howells-Dodge at 4:30

1. Tap Band: Thursday: Contest small groups/solos; Friday: Contest small groups/solos

2. Any junior that would be interested in law enforcement and would like to attend the American Legion Junior Law Cadet program in Grand Island, June 10-13, needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information. Applications are due by March 1st.

3. Juniors: Prom planning meeting on February 11 from 6-8 in the library. Remember you must have all money owed paid before you can attend the meeting.

4. The kitchen staff is more than happy to sell goodies prior to TAP, but we need all students to purchase during passing time and before TAP.

5. HOSA members: get registered for the upcoming conference to be held at Lakeside Hospital on Feb 14th. Cost is $10. Sign up outside Mrs. Treat’s room.

6. Anyone interested in working on the crew for the musical, see Mr. Wright this week.

7. This is YOUR last opportunity to order your 2019 NBC State Wrestling apparel. Your order and payment must be placed with Mrs. Ray by 10 am on Friday, Feb. 8th. For more information or questions see Mrs. Ray.

8. FBLA members: meeting 7:45 on Friday morning.

Happy Birthday to Sam Post!

Announcements for February 6, 2019

Announcements for February 6, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Meatball Sub or Hotdog
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Muffins
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo or Mac n’ Cheese

Organizational Meetings:

Science Club at 10:00 in Mrs. Schluter’s room Skills USA at 10:30 in Mr. Wright’s room Senior Class Meeting at 11:15 in Tiger Den HOSA at 11:30 in Mrs. Treat’s room

FBLA at 1:25 in Mrs. Miller’s room FFA at 3:15 in Mr. Mottl’s room

  1. Tap Band: Wednesday: Jazz Band; Thursday: Contest small groups/solos; Friday: Contest small groups/solos

  2. Registration day for softball and baseball on Sunday, February 17 from 1-3 at the Platte Valley Bank conference center. All participants will be required to have their own batting helmets this year and we will have some nice used ones for sale at registration. Forms can be picked up at the high school.

  3. The owner of the white Buick that is in senior row by the flag pole that hasn’t moved in a few days, please come to the office.

  4. The kitchen staff is more than happy to sell goodies prior to TAP, but we need all students to purchase during passing time and before TAP.

5. HOSA members: get registered for the upcoming conference to be held at Lakeside Hospital on Feb 14th. Cost is $10. Sign up outside Mrs. Treat’s room.

  1. Juniors: The rescheduled Prom meeting will be on Monday, Febr 11 from 6 - 8 (During parent-teacher conferences)

  2. This is YOUR last opportunity to order your 2019 NBC State Wrestling apparel. Your order and payment must be placed with Mrs. Ray by 10 am on Friday, Feb. 8th. For more information or questions see Mrs. Ray.

  3. FBLA members: meeting 7:45 on Friday morning

9. Anyone interested in working on the crew for the musical, see Mr. Wright this week.

10. Juniors: Prom planning meeting on February 11 from 6-8 in the library. Remember you must have all money owed paid before you can attend the meeting.

11. All senior boys basketball players: Please report to the Tiger Den during TAP today.

Announcements for February 5, 2019

Announcements for February 5, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Buttercrust & Tomato Soup Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Funnel Cake Tomorrow’s Lunch: Meatball Sub or Hotdog

Today’s Activities: JH Girls Basketball vs Stanton at 5:00
Boys and Girls Basketball @ Tekamah at 4:00

Organizational Meetings Tomorrow:

Science Club at 10:00 in Mrs. Schluter’s room Skills USA at 10:30 in Mr. Wright’s room Senior Class Meeting at 11:15 in Tiger Den HOSA at 11:30 in Mrs. Treat’s room

FBLA at 1:25 in Mrs. Miller’s room FFA at 3:15 in Mr. Mottl’s room

  1. Tap Band: Tuesday: None; Wednesday: Jazz Band; Thursday: Contest small groups/solos; Friday: Contest small groups/solos

  2. Registration day for softball and baseball on Sunday, February 17 from 1-3 at the Platte Valley Bank conference center. All participants will be required to have their own batting helmets this year and we will have some nice used ones for sale at registration. Forms can be picked up at the high school.

  3. NBC Candy grams will NOT be available for Valentines Day - Instead NBC Floral shop is offering an array of Valentine’s items for sale. Check it out on www.nbtigers.org to order only or pick up a paper copy at NBC/NBE Front Offices. NBC Floral team will be at NBC Lunch today to answer your sales questions and to take orders.

  4. Did you know? 99% of students taking Career & Technical Education classes graduate, on average, compared to only 89% statewide. Mrs. Wright gave out plenty of prizes yesterday! Stay tuned next week for your next trivia question. (Hint: the prizes get better each week!)

  5. HOSA members: get registered for the upcoming conference to be held at Lakeside Hospital on Feb 14th. Cost is $10. Sign up outside Mrs. Treat’s room.

    Please turn in your first aid kit money to Mrs. Treat.

  6. Students - Please make sure you know which printer you are sending your documents to. The printers in the library are spitting out ream after ream of paper that is never picked up. Often there will be 2, 3, 4 as many as 10 copies of the same multipage document (most of the time in color). Most of them end up in the recycling bin.

  7. Juniors: The rescheduled Prom meeting will be on Monday, Febr 11 from 6 - 8 (During parent-teacher conferences)

  8. This is YOUR last opportunity to order your 2019 NBC State Wrestling apparel. Your order and payment must be placed with Mrs. Ray by 10 am on Friday, Feb. 8th. For more information or questions see Mrs. Ray.

  9. FBLA members: meeting 7:45 on Friday morning

10. Anyone interested in working on the crew for the musical, see Mr. Wright this week.

Announcements for February 4, 2019

Announcements for February 4, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Orange Chicken or Teriyaki Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Buttercrust & Tomato Soup

Today’s Activities: JH Girls Basketball @ Wahoo at 4:30
9th Grade Girls and Boys Basketball @ GACC at 6:00

JH Wrestling vs Bergan/Neumann at 4:30 EHC Band @ Pender

  1. Tap Band: Monday: None; Tuesday: None; Wednesday: Jazz Band; Thursday: Contest small groups/solos; Friday: Contest small groups/solos

  2. Registration day for softball and baseball on Sunday, February 17 from 1-3 at the Platte Valley Bank conference center. All participants will be required to have their own batting helmets this year and we will have some nice used ones for sale at registration. Forms can be picked up at the high school.

  3. NBC Candy grams will NOT be available for Valentines Day - Instead NBC Floral shop is offering an array of Valentine’s items for sale. Check it out on www.nbtigers.org to order only or pick up a paper copy at NBC/NBE Front Offices. NBC Floral team will be at NBC Lunch today to answer your sales questions and to take orders.

  4. Happy CTE month! The Nebraska graduation rate statewide is reported at 89 percent. However, students participating in Nebraska Career & Technical Education classes graduated at a higher rate. Come to Mrs. Wright with the CORRECT percentage of CTE student graduation rate in Nebraska and get a prize!

  5. HOSA members: get registered for the upcoming conference to be held at Lakeside Hospital on Feb 14th. Cost is $10. Sign up outside Mrs. Treat’s room.

    Please turn in your first aid kit money to Mrs. Treat.

  6. Seniors - Remember Tonight is scholarship writing night from 6:00-7:30. Please let Mrs. Gaughen know by noon today if you are planning on attending so she can plan accordingly for food

  7. Juniors: The rescheduled Prom meeting will be on Monday, Febr 11 from 6 - 8 (During parent-teacher conferences)

  8. Musical Practice Monday evening at 6:15 in Mrs. Hanson’s Room!

  9. This is YOUR last opportunity to order your 2019 NBC State Wrestling apparel. Your order and payment must be placed with Mrs. Ray by 10 am on Friday, Feb. 8th. For more information or questions see Mrs. Ray.

10. It is FBLA week. We have 8 FBLA logos hidden around the school. If you find one bring it to Mrs. Miller for a treat! FBLA members: meeting 7:45 on Friday morning

11. Anyone interested in being on the Tech Crew for the Musical, we will meet tonight on the stage at 6pm. If you cannot attend, see Mr. Wright today.

12. Due to Scholarship Work Night, cheerleading practice tonight has been cancelled! Please check your Remind messages!

Announcements for February 1, 2019

Announcements for February 1, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Pizza
Monday’s Breakfast: French Toast Sticks
Monday’s Lunch: Orange Chicken or Teriyaki Chicken

Today’s Activities: EHC Boys BB Game

  1. Tap Band: Friday: EHC All-Conference prep

  2. Registration day for softball and baseball on Sunday, February 17 from 1-3 at the Platte Valley Bank conference center. All participants will be required to have their own batting helmets this year and we will have some nice used ones for sale at registration. Forms can be picked up at the high school.

  3. NBC Candy grams will NOT be available for Valentines Day - Instead NBC Floral shop is offering an array of Valentine’s items for sale. Check it out on www.nbtigers.org to order only or pick up a paper copy at NBC/NBE Front Offices. NBC Floral team will be at NBC Lunch today to answer your sales questions and to take orders.

  4. NBC State Wrestling Apparel is on sale now through 10 am Friday, Feb. 8th. If interested more information is available on Mrs. Ray’s classroom window. Payment must accompany all orders.

  5. HOSA members: get registered for the upcoming conference to be held at Lakeside Hospital on Feb 14th. Cost is $10. Sign up outside Mars Treat’s room.

  6. Tonight’s home game theme will be BLACK OUT and Saturday’s games at CCC will be Jersey Theme. Come support our Tigers as they represent NBC in the EHC Tournament!

  7. Juniors: The rescheduled Prom meeting will be on Monday, Febr 11 from 6 - 8 (During parent-teacher conferences)

  8. Next week is FBLA week. Members wear your favorite FBLA shirt on Monday! More information to come!

  9. Seniors - Remember Monday night is scholarship writing night from 6:00-7:30. Please let Mrs. Gaughen know by noon on Monday if you are planning on attending so she can plan accordingly for food.

10. Musical Practice Monday evening at 6:15 in Mrs. Hanson’s Room!

Happy Birthday to Devin Wright!

Announcements for January 31, 2019

Announcements for January 31, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Italian Dunkers

Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pretzel with Cheese Sauce

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Pizza

 

Today’s Activites:  EHC GBB @ Lyons 6:00

JHGBB vs Logan View 4:30

                                  

 

  1. Tap Band: All-Conference prep; Friday: EHC All-Conference prep

 

  1. Registration day for softball and baseball on Sunday, February 17 from 1-3 at the Platte Valley Bank conference center. All

    participants will be required to have their own batting helmets this year and we will have some nice used ones for sale at  

    registration.  Forms can be picked up at the high school.             

 

  1. NBC Candy grams will NOT be available for Valentines Day - Instead NBC Floral shop is offering an array of Valentine’s items

    for sale. Check it out on www.nbtigers.org to order only or pick up a paper copy at NBC/NBE Front Offices. NBC Floral team      

    will be at NBC Lunch today to answer your sales questions and to take orders.

 

  1. Non-mandatory Musical Practice this evening at 4:00 PM in Mrs. Hanson's Room!

 

  1. 5. HOSA members: get registered for the upcoming conference to be held at Lakeside Hospital on Feb 14th. Cost is $10. Sign up outside Mars Treat’s room.

 

  1. Friday's home game theme will be BLACK OUT and Saturday's games at CCC will be Jersey Theme. Come support our Tigers as they represent NBC in the EHC Tournament!

 

  1. Juniors: The rescheduled Prom meeting will be on Monday, Febr 11 from 6 - 8 (During parent-teacher conferences)

 

  1. NBC State Wrestling Apparel is on sale now through 10 am Friday, Feb. 8th. If interested more information is available on Mrs. Ray's classroom window. Payment must accompany all orders.

 

 

 

Happy Birthday Yesterday to Owen Ortmeier, Alyssa Winkelman, and Ava Schuelke!

Happy Birthday today to Paige Bunn, Sophia Comstock and Paxton Mitties

Announcements for January 29, 2019

Announcements for January 29, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Turkey Dinner

Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Donuts

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Chicken Alfredo or Mac & Cheese

 

Today’s Activities:  EHC Boys Basketball

JHGB @ Bergan 4:30

                                  

 

  1. Tap Band: Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: EHC All-Conference prep; Thursday: EHC

    All-Conference prep; Friday: EHC All-Conference prep

 

  1. Registration day for softball and baseball on Sunday, February 17 from 1-3 at the Platte Valley Bank conference center. All

    participants will be required to have their own batting helmets this year and we will have some nice used ones for sale at  

    registration.  Forms can be picked up at the high school.             

 

  1. NBC Candy grams will NOT be available for Valentines Day - Instead NBC Floral shop is offering an array of Valentine’s items

    for sale. Check it out on www.nbtigers.org to order only or pick up a paper copy at NBC/NBE Front Offices. NBC Floral team      

    will be at NBC Lunch on Thursday & Friday to answer your sales questions and to take orders.

 

  1. Junior girls-Don't forget Cornhusker Girls State applications are due tomorrow! See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

 

  1. 5. HOSA members: get registered for the upcoming conference to be held at Lakeside Hospital on Feb 14th. Cost is $10. Sign up outside Mars Treat’s room.

 

  1. ATTENTION 7TH AND 8TH Grade Volleyball Girls--If you are interested in playing some Spring Volleyball in Columbus and

     can commit to the following Sundays March 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st, 2019 (snow date of April 7th) please see Coach           

     Sterup by January 30. Thank you

 

  1. Juniors: The rescheduled Prom meeting will be on Monday, Febr 11 from 6 - 8 (During parent-teacher conferences)

 

  1. NBC State Wrestling Apparel is on sale now through 10 am Friday, Feb. 8th. If interested more information is available on Mrs. Ray's classroom window. Payment must accompany all orders.

 

 

 

Happy Birthday Kirstyn Dunn!

Announcement for January 28th, 2019

Announcements for January 28, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Crispitos

Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Combo Bar

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Turkey Dinner

 

Today’s Activities:  EHC Girls Basketball

                                 

 

1. Tap Band:  Monday: EHC All-Conference prep; Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: EHC All-Conference prep; Thursday: EHC

   All-Conference prep; Friday: EHC All-Conference prep

 

2. Registration day for softball and baseball on Sunday, February 17 from 1-3 at the Platte Valley Bank conference center.  All                            

   participants will be required to have their own batting helmets this year and we will have some nice used ones for sale at  

   registration.  Forms can be picked up at the high school.              

 

3. NBC Candy grams will NOT be available for Valentines Day - Instead NBC Floral shop is offering an array of Valentine’s items      

   for sale. Check it out on www.nbtigers.org to order only or pick up a paper copy at NBC/NBE Front Offices. NBC Floral team      

   will be at NBC Lunch on Thursday & Friday to answer your sales questions and to take orders. Rose orders MUST BE IN Jan.          

   28th.

 

4. Any junior girl that would be interested in attending Cornhusker Girls State June 2nd-8th in Lincoln, please see Mrs. Gaughen      

   for a application and more information. This is a great opportunity for an incredible experience and looks great for scholarship      

   applications! Applications are due on January 30th.

 

5.  HOSA members: get registered for the upcoming conference to be held at Lakeside Hospital on Feb 14th. Cost is $10. Sign up outside Mars Treat’s room.

 

6.  ATTENTION 7TH AND 8TH Grade Volleyball Girls--If you are interested in playing some Spring Volleyball in Columbus and      

    can commit to the following Sundays March 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st, 2019 (snow date of April 7th) please see Coach          

    Sterup by January 30. Thank you

 

7. Juniors: The rescheduled Prom meeting will be on Monday, Febr 11 from 6 - 8 (During parent-teacher conferences)

 

8.  Brrrr! It’s cold outside! Please stay warm and healthy, wear your winter coat.

 

 

 

Happy Birthday Leila Dobbs!

Announcements for January 25th, 2018

Announcements for January 25, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Taco
Monday’s Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy Monday’s Lunch: Crispitos

Today’s Activities: EHC Girls Basketball - 2nd game Wrestling vs Bergan at 6:00

Math Counts at Valley District Pep Rally

  1. Tap Band: Friday: EHC All-Conference Band

  2. Registration day for softball and baseball on Sunday, February 17 from 1-3 at the
    Platte Valley Bank conference center. All participants will be required to have their own batting helmets this year and we will have some nice used ones for sale at registration. Forms can be picked up at the high school.

  3. NBC Candy grams will NOT be available for valentines day - Instead NBC Floral shop is offering an array of Valentie’s items for sale. Check it out on www.nbtigers.org to order only or pick up a paper copy at NBC/NBE Front Offices. NBC Floral team will be at NBC Lunch on Thursday & Friday to answer your sales questions and to take orders. Rose orders MUST BE IN Jan. 28th.

4. Any junior girl that would be interested in attending Cornhusker Girls State June 2nd-8th in Lincoln, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a application and more information. This is a great opportunity for an incredible experience and looks great for scholarship applications! Applications are due on January 30th.

5. All 8-12 band students need dismissed at 9:35 for the pep rally today.

6. ATTENTION 7TH AND 8TH Grade Volleyball Girls--If you are interested in playing some Spring Volleyball in Columbus and can commit to the following Sundays March 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st, 2019 (snow date of April 7th) please see Coach Sterup by January 30. Thank you

  1. Juniors: The rescheduled Prom meeting will be on Monday, Febr 11 from 6 - 8 (During parent-teacher conferences)

  2. Friday Night the NBC Wrestling team will be wrestling at home in the old gym against Bergan @ 6pm. The North Bend Wrestling Club will be doing 10 drawings for Casey’s gift cards of various amounts throughout the dual. Any NBC middle and high school student who attends will receive a raffle ticket when they pay at the door. Finally, please go through the high school entrance, not Tiger Arena entrance, to attend the dual.

  3. Please dismiss the cheerleaders and dancers at 9:40 this morning to prep for the pep rally. Thank you!

    Happy Birthday Gavin Peterson!

Announcements for January 24, 2019

Announcements for January 24, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Noodle or Cheeseburger Soup Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Long John
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Taco

Today’s Activities: Girls and Boys Basketball vs Wisner-Pilger at 4:30 Wrestling @ David City at 6:30

Livestock Judging @ Norfolk

  1. Tap Band: Thursday: EHC All-Conference Band; Friday: EHC All-Conference Band

  2. FPS has basketball concessions on Thursday. Sign up for the 4-6:30 shift or the 6:30 to close shift (approximately 9pm) on the clipboard inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

  3. NBC Candy grams will NOT be available for valentines day - Instead NBC Floral shop is offering an array of Valentie’s items for sale. Check it out on www.nbtigers.org to order only or pick up a paper copy at NBC/NBE Front Offices. NBC Floral team will be at NBC Lunch on Thursday & Friday to answer your sales questions and to take orders. Rose orders MUST BE IN Jan. 28th.

4. Any junior girl that would be interested in attending Cornhusker Girls State June 2nd-8th in Lincoln, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a application and more information. This is a great opportunity for an incredible experience and looks great for scholarship applications! Applications are due on January 30th.

5. HOSA members sign up for the concession stand for Friday in Mrs. Treat’s room. Workers are needed so if any other student from any other organization can help the money raised will go toward your account, see Mrs. Treat.

6. 9th - 11th grade VOLLEYBALL AND BASKETBALL GIRLS please come to Mrs. Sterup’s room to sign up for concessions next Tuesday and Friday. Thank you

  1. Juniors: The rescheduled Prom meeting will be on Monday, Febr 11 from 6 - 8 (During parent-teacher conferences)

  2. Friday Night the NBC Wrestling team will be wrestling at home in the old gym against Bergan @ 6pm. The North Bend Wrestling Club will be doing 10 drawings for Casey’s gift cards of various amounts throughout the dual. Any NBC middle and high school student who attends will receive a raffle ticket when they pay at the door. Finally, please go through the high school entrance, not Tiger Arena entrance, to attend the dual.

  3. No cookies today during lunch but you do get a yummy cinnamon roll!

10. Post prom will be having a sloppy joe dinner this evening at the game.
11. Speech team meeting today at 3:30 in Mr. Lafleur’s room. Codes and schedules will be shared for Saturday’s meet.

Happy Birthday Kendra Lorence and Adrianna Halladay!

Announcements for January 23rd, 2019

Announcements for January 23, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Pork Patty or Chicken Patty
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: A+ Biscuit
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Noodle or Cheeseburger Soup

  1. Tap Band: Wednesday: EHC All-Conference Band; Thursday: EHC All-Conference Band; Friday: EHC All-Conference Band

  2. FPS has basketball concessions on Thursday. Sign up for the 4-6:30 shift or the 6:30 to close shift (approximately 9pm) on the clipboard inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

  3. NBC Candy grams will NOT be available for valentines day - Instead NBC Floral shop is offering an array of Valentie’s items for sale. Check it out on www.nbtigers.org to order only or pick up a paper copy at NBC/NBE Front Offices. NBC Floral team will be at NBC Lunch on Thursday & Friday to answer your sales questions and to take orders. Rose orders MUST BE IN Jan. 28th.

4. Any junior girl that would be interested in attending Cornhusker Girls State June 2nd-8th in Lincoln, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a application and more information. This is a great opportunity for an incredible experience and looks great for scholarship applications! Applications are due on January 30th.

5. HOSA members sign up for the concession stand for Friday in Mrs. Treat’s room. Workers are needed so if any other student from any other organization can help the money raised will go toward your account, see Mrs. Treat.

6. HOSA meeting will be Thursday morning at 7:45 a.m.

  1. Juniors: The rescheduled Prom meeting will be on Monday, Febr 11 from 6 - 8 (During parent-teacher conferences)

  2. Friday Night the NBC Wrestling team will be wrestling at home in the old gym against Bergan @ 6pm. The North Bend Wrestling Club will be doing 10 drawings for Casey’s gift cards of various amounts throughout the dual. Any NBC middle and high school student who attends will receive a raffle ticket when they pay at the door. Finally, please go through the high school entrance, not Tiger Arena entrance, to attend the dual.

  3. Sophomore prom servers will meet with Mrs. Gross-Rhode on Thursday morning at 8:00 in the vocal music room.

Announcements for January 22, 2019

Announcements for January 22, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Sloppy Joes
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Bagels
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pork Patty or Chicken Patty

Today’s Activities: Girls and Boys Basketball @ Madison at 4:30

  1. Tap Band: Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: EHC All-Conference Band; Thursday: EHC All-Conference Band; Friday: EHC All-Conference Band

  2. FPS has basketball concessions on Thursday. Sign up for the 4-6:30 shift or the 6:30 to close shift (approximately 9pm) on the clipboard inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

  3. NBC Candy grams will NOT be available for valentines day - Instead NBC Floral shop is offering an array of Valentie’s items for sale. Check it out on www.nbtigers.org to order only or pick up a paper copy at NBC/NBE Front Offices. NBC Floral team will be at NBC Lunch on Thursday & Friday to answer your sales questions and to take orders. Rose orders MUST BE IN Jan. 28th.

4. Any junior girl that would be interested in attending Cornhusker Girls State June 2nd-8th in Lincoln, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a application and more information. This is a great opportunity for an incredible experience and looks great for scholarship applications! Applications are due on January 30th.

5. HOSA members sign up for the concession stand for Friday in Mrs. Treat’s room. Meeting will be Thursday morning at 7:45 a.m.

  1. NBC floral shop is having a Valentines Day sale! Link coming soon to NBC website. Flower orders will be due by Jan. 28th.

  2. Friday Night the NBC Wrestling team will be wrestling at home in the old gym against Bergan @ 6pm. The North Bend Wrestling Club will be doing 10 drawings for Casey’s gift cards of various amounts throughout the dual. Any NBC middle and high school student who attends will receive a raffle ticket when they pay at the door. Finally, please go through the high school entrance, not Tiger Arena entrance, to attend the dual.

    Happy Birthday Jordan Ondracek!

Announcements for January 21, 2019

Announcements for January 21, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Bagel Tomorrow’s Lunch: Sloppy Joes

Today’s Activities:

JH Girls Basketball @ Raymond Central at 4:30 JH Wrestling @ Oakland-Craig at 4:30

1. Tap Band: Monday: EHC All-Conference Band; Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: EHC All-Conference Band; Thursday: EHC All-Conference Band; Friday: EHC All-Conference Band

2. Prom work night is tonight for Monday, January 21 from 7-9 p.m. We will meet in library for this planning session. You must have work deposit and fees owed for lack of plant sales paid before you can attend this meeting. Reminder you must attend at least 2 work nights to avoid partial loss of work deposit.

3. Please dismiss JH Wrestlers at 2:50 today to attend the meet in Oakland-Craig.

4. Any junior girl that would be interested in attending Cornhusker Girls State June 2nd-8th in Lincoln, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a application and more information. This is a great opportunity for an incredible experience and looks great for scholarship applications! Applications are due on January 30th.

5. All 7th and 8th grade girls basketball players will be dismissed at 2:55 today. The bus leaves at 3:00 sharp. Have your uniforms and gear ready to go.

  1. HOSA members sign up for the concession stand for Friday in Mrs. Treat’s room. Meeting will be Thursday morning at 7:45 a.m.

  2. Last night of musical auditions will be Monday, January 21 from 5-7 pm

  3. Sophomore prom servers will meet briefly in the vocal music room at 8:00 a.m. Tuesday, Jan 22. Bring your cell phones.

  4. NBC floral shop is having a Valentines Day sale! Link coming soon to NBC website. Flower orders will be due by Jan. 28th.

Announcements for January 17, 2019

Announcements for January 17, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Fried or Salisbury Steak Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Crispito

Today’s Activities: JH Girls Basketball vs Neumann at 4:30
Girls and Boys Basketball vs Oakland-Craig at 4:30

(moved from tomorrow night)

  1. Tap Band: Thursday: None; Friday: EHC All-Conference Band

  2. Prom work night is scheduled for Monday, January 21 from 7-9 p.m. We will meet in library for this planning session. You must have work deposit and fees owed for lack of plant sales paid before you can attend this meeting. Reminder you must attend at least 2 work nights to avoid partial loss of work deposit.

  3. NEWSIES WANTED!! Musical Auditions will be held Thursday 5:00 PM-7:00 PM

4. Any junior girl that would be interested in attending Cornhusker Girls State June 2nd-8th in Lincoln, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a application and more information. This is a great opportunity for an incredible experience and looks great for scholarship applications! Applications are due on January 30th.

5. Any track thrower interested in throwing, we will be meeting Tuesday mornings at 7 am in the old gym.

  1. Seniors please get senior class flower suggestions and motto to a class officer by end of the week! We will vote soon.

  2. FPS students - we have concessions at the basketball game on Friday night. Come sign up for a shift in Mrs. Cody’s room.

  3. Due to the game being changed, the last night of musical auditions will be Monday, January 21 from 5-7 pm instead of tonight (January 17). If anyone wants to audition but absolutely cannot be there Monday evening, please talk to Miss Mann or Mrs. Hanson.

  4. HOSA meeting: Friday @ 7:45 a.m. If you cannot make the meeting, see Mrs. Treat ASAP.

10. Sophomore prom servers will meet briefly in the vocal music room at 8:00 a.m. Tuesday, Jan 22. Bring your cell phones.

11. Speech Team meeting in Mr. Lafleur’s room after school today. Information about Saturday’s meet and entry codes will be communicated.

Happy Birthday to Hunter Sharp, Wyatt Rangeloff, Lauren Kohl and Macey From!

Announcements for January 16th, 2019

Announcements for January 16, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Fried or Salisbury Steak

  1. Tap Band: Wednesday: None; Thursday: None; Friday: EHC All-Conference Band

  2. Prom work night is scheduled for Monday, January 21 from 7-9 p.m. We will meet in library for this planning session. You must have work deposit and fees owed for lack of plant sales paid before you can attend this meeting. Reminder you must attend at least 2 work nights to avoid partial loss of work deposit.

  3. NEWSIES WANTED!! Musical Auditions will be held Thursday 5:00 PM-7:00 PM

4. Any junior girl that would be interested in attending Cornhusker Girls State June 2nd-8th in Lincoln, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a application and more information. This is a great opportunity for an incredible experience and looks great for scholarship applications! Applications are due on January 30th.

5. Seniors- Please remember that on this Wednesday, January 16th you need to report to school for the 10:30 start time and on Thursday, January 17th you will report at normal time (8:10) but just go to the cafeteria for a presentation. Please see Mrs. Petersen or Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  1. Seniors please get senior class flower suggestions and motto to a class officer by end of the week! We will vote soon.

  2. FPS students - we have concessions at the basketball game on Friday night. Come sign up for a shift in Mrs. Cody’s room.

  3. Congratulations to Gavin Kirschenmann, 2019 NBC Geography Bee champion.

  4. HOSA meeting: Friday @ 7:45 a.m. If you cannot make the meeting, see Mrs. Treat ASAP.

Announcements for January 15, 2019

Announcements for January 15, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Orange Chicken or Teriyaki Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Funnel Cakes
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch

Today’s Activities: Girls and Boys Basketball vs Scotus at 4:30

  1. Tap Band: Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: None; Thursday: None; Friday: EHC All-Conference Band

  2. Prom work night is scheduled for Monday, January 21 from 7-9 p.m. We will meet in library for this planning session. You must have work deposit and fees owed for lack of plant sales paid before you can attend this meeting. Reminder you must attend at least 2 work nights to avoid partial loss of work deposit.

  3. NEWSIES WANTED!! Musical Auditions will be held Tuesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, Wednesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, and Thursday 5:00 PM-7:00 PM)

4. Any junior girl that would be interested in attending Cornhusker Girls State June 2nd-8th in Lincoln, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a application and more information. This is a great opportunity for an incredible experience and looks great for scholarship applications! Applications are due on January 30th.

5. Seniors- Please remember that on this Wednesday, January 16th you need to report to school for the 10:30 start time and on Thursday, January 17th you will report at normal time (8:10) but just go to the cafeteria for a presentation. Please see Mrs. Petersen or Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

6. Seniors please get senior class flower suggestions and motto to a class officer by end of the week! We will vote soon.
7. FPS students - we have concessions at the basketball game on Friday night. Come sign up for a shift in Mrs. Cody’s room.

Happy Birthday to Joe Howser and Kiersten Wardman!

Announcements for January 14, 2018

Announcements for January 14, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pretzel with Cheese
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Orange Chicken or Teriyaki Chicken

Today’s Activities: JH Wrestling @ Wisner at 5:00 Board Meeting at 7:00

1. Tap Band: Friday: None

2. Do you need Prom shoes? We have a few pairs in the office and they are size 8-81/2. If interested, please come seee us.

3. NEWSIES WANTED!! Musical Auditions will be held January 14th-January 17th in Mrs. Hanson’s Room. (Monday 5:00 PM- 7:00 PM, Tuesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, Wednesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, and Thursday 5:00 PM-7:00 PM)

4. Any junior girl that would be interested in attending Cornhusker Girls State June 2nd-8th in Lincoln, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a application and more information. This is a great opportunity for an incredible experience and looks great for scholarship applications! Applications are due on January 30th.

5. JH Wrestlers will need to be dismissed at 3:20 today.

Happy Birthday Justin Kermeen, Riley Hall!

Annoucements for January 11th, 2019

Announcements for January 11, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Pulled Pork Monday’s Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza
Monday’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: Wrestling vs. Oakland-Craig at 6:00

1. Tap Band: Friday: None

2. Do you need Prom shoes? We have a few pairs in the office and they are size 8-81/2. If interested, please come seee us.

3. NEWSIES WANTED!! Musical Auditions will be held January 14th-January 17th in Mrs. Hanson’s Room. (Monday 5:00 PM- 7:00 PM, Tuesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, Wednesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, and Thursday 5:00 PM-7:00 PM)

4. Any junior girl that would be interested in attending Cornhusker Girls State June 2nd-8th in Lincoln, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a application and more information. This is a great opportunity for an incredible experience and looks great for scholarship applications! Applications are due on January 30th.

  1. Speech Team shirts are on sale see Mr. Lafleur to order one. The cost is $10 and will be ordered at noon on Fri. Jan. 11.

  2. Speech Team meeting at 3:30 today. Information will be shared about tomorrow’s Speech Meet then time to practice.

  3. There will be a brief meeting after school Friday for any track throwers 7 - 12, that are not in a winter activity.

  4. Wireless earbuds and headphones may not be worn during the school day or while going through the lunch line but after you
    go through the lunch line you may wear them while you eat or with permission during class from the classroom teacher. Students wearing them in the hallways will have them confiscated and brought to the principal’s office.

Happy Birthday over the weekend to Brodey Johnson!

Announcements for January 11, 2019

Announcements for January 11, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Pulled Pork Monday’s Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza
Monday’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: Wrestling vs. Oakland-Craig at 6:00

1. Tap Band: Friday: None

2. Do you need Prom shoes? We have a few pairs in the office and they are size 8-81/2. If interested, please come seee us.

3. NEWSIES WANTED!! Musical Auditions will be held January 14th-January 17th in Mrs. Hanson’s Room. (Monday 5:00 PM- 7:00 PM, Tuesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, Wednesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, and Thursday 5:00 PM-7:00 PM)

4. Any junior girl that would be interested in attending Cornhusker Girls State June 2nd-8th in Lincoln, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a application and more information. This is a great opportunity for an incredible experience and looks great for scholarship applications! Applications are due on January 30th.

  1. Speech Team shirts are on sale see Mr. Lafleur to order one. The cost is $10 and will be ordered at noon on Fri. Jan. 11.

  2. Speech Team meeting at 3:30 today. Information will be shared about tomorrow’s Speech Meet then time to practice.

  3. There will be a brief meeting after school Friday for any track throwers 7 - 12, that are not in a winter activity.

  4. Wireless earbuds and headphones may not be worn during the school day or while going through the lunch line but after you
    go through the lunch line you may wear them while you eat or with permission during class from the classroom teacher. Students wearing them in the hallways will have them confiscated and brought to the principal’s office.

Happy Birthday over the weekend to Brodey Johnson!

Announcements for January 10, 2019

Announcements for January 10, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Yogurt Parfait Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Pulled Pork

Today’s Activities: Girls and Boys Basketball vs. Wayne at 4:30

1. Tap Band: Thursday: Independent study Trumpet/Low Brass/Low Woodwind/Percussion; Friday: None

2. Any high school student interested in tutoring 2 hours a week, please see Mrs. Gaughen asap.

3. NEWSIES WANTED!! Musical Auditions will be held January 14th-January 17th in Mrs. Hanson’s Room. (Monday 5:00 PM- 7:00 PM, Tuesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, Wednesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, and Thursday 5:00 PM-7:00 PM)

4. The Post Prom Committee will be having a sloppy joe dinner at the game tonight. Free will donation.

5. Speech Team shirts are on sale see Mr. Lafleur to order one. The cost is $10 and will be ordered at noon on Fri. Jan. 11.

6. 7-12th FPS - come to Mrs. Cody’s room on Friday morning at 7:30am for information about the qualifying problem, Food Loss & Waste.

7. There will be a brief meeting after school Friday for any track throwers 7 - 12, that are not in a winter activity.

8. Wireless earbuds and headphones may not be worn during the school day or while going through the lunch line but after you
go through the lunch line you may wear them while you eat or with permission during class from the classroom teacher. Students wearing them in the hallways will have them confiscated and brought to the principal’s office.

Happy Birthday to Ethan Emanuel!

Announcements for January 9, 2019

Announcements for January 9, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Fish and Mac n’ Cheese Tomorrow’s Breakfast: A+ Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog

1. Tap Band: Wednesday: EHC All-Conference Band Members; Thursday: Independent study Trumpet/Low Brass/Low Woodwind/Percussion; Friday: None

2. Any high school student interested in tutoring 2 hours a week, please see Mrs. Gaughen asap.

3. NEWSIES WANTED!! Musical Auditions will be held January 14th-January 17th in Mrs. Hanson’s Room. (Monday 5:00 PM- 7:00 PM, Tuesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, Wednesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, and Thursday 5:00 PM-7:00 PM)

4. The Post Prom Committee will be having a sloppy joe dinner at the game on Thursday night. Free will donation.

5. Speech Team shirts are on sale see Mr. Lafleur to order one. The cost is $10 and will be ordered at noon on Fri. Jan. 11.

6. 7-12th FPS - come to Mrs. Cody’s room on Friday morning at 7:30am for information about the qualifying problem, Food Loss & Waste.

Announcements for January 8, 2019

Announcements for January 8, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pancake on a Stick Tomorrow’s Lunch: Fish and Mac n’ Cheese

Today’s Activities: Girls and Boys Basketball vs. Arlington at 4:30 Wrestling @ Wahoo at 6:00

1. Seniors - please come to the office to sign up how you would like your diploma to read.

2. Spanish Club Members: Please stop by Mr. Montoya’s room to get your shirt. Also please wear these shirts on yearbook picture day. Spanish Club Officers: There will be a quick meeting on Wednesday, January 9th at 7:50 in the morning in Mr. Montoya’s room.

3. Tap Band: Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: EHC All-Conference Band Members; Thursday: Independent study Trumpet/Low Brass/Low Woodwind/Percussion; Friday: None

  1. ALL Striv workers: Please check your email for schedule updates and let Mrs. Schwanebeck know ASAP if you are not available to work your scheduled time!

  2. Any high school student interested in tutoring 2 hours a week, please see Mrs. Gaughen asap.

6. NEWSIES WANTED!! Musical Auditions will be held January 14th-January 17th in Mrs. Hanson’s Room. (Monday 5:00 PM- 7:00 PM, Tuesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, Wednesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, and Thursday 5:00 PM-7:00 PM)

7. The Post Prom Committee will be having a sloppy joe dinner at the game on Thursday night. Free will donation.
8. Speech Team shirts are on sale see Mr. Lafleur to order one. The cost is $10 and will be ordered at noon on Fri. Jan. 11.

Announcements for January 7, 2019

Announcements for January 7, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Philly Sandwiches Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy Tomorrow’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken

Today’s Activities: 9th Boys and Girls Basketball vs Aquinas at 6:00 JV Wrestling @ Oakland at 4:00

Yearbook group pictures tomorrow - please bring everything needed.

1. Seniors - please come to the office to sign up how you would like your diploma to read.

2. Spanish Club Members: Please stop by Mr. Montoya’s room to get your shirt. Also please wear these shirts on yearbook picture day. Spanish Club Officers: There will be a quick meeting on Wednesday, January 9th at 7:50 in the morning in Mr. Montoya’s room.

3. Tap Band: Monday: Independent study Flute/Clarinet/Saxophone; Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: EHC All-Conference Band Members; Thursday: Independent study Trumpet/Low Brass/Low Woodwind/Percussion; Friday: None

  1. ALL Striv workers: Please check your email for schedule updates and let Mrs. Schwanebeck know ASAP if you are not available to work your scheduled time!

  2. Any high school student interested in tutoring 2 hours a week, please see Mrs. Gaughen asap.

6. NEWSIES WANTED!! Musical Auditions will be held January 14th-January 17th in Mrs. Hanson’s Room. (Monday 5:00 PM- 7:00 PM, Tuesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, Wednesday 7:15 AM-8:00 AM, and Thursday 5:00 PM-7:00 PM)

7. Any Art Club Member who needs to print a shirt before picture day Tuesday, see Mr. Wright ASAP.

8. FFA Members (High School) we are wearing full official dress for pictures next Tuesday. Junior High members we will wear this year’s yellow t-shirts. See Mr. Mottl with questions.

9. Junior High Wrestling practice begins today after school. If there is anyone that is still interested, you may come after school to check out.

Happy Birthday to Shandra Dauel!

Announcements for January 4, 2019

Announcements for January 4, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Filet or Pork Patty Monday’s Breakfast: Combo Bar
Monday’s Lunch: Philly Sandwiches

Today’s Activities: Girls and Boys Basketball @ Logan View at 4:30 Wrestling @ Columbus at 10:00

1. Seniors - please come to the office to sign up how you would like your diploma to read.

Be patient with yourself, nothing in nature blooms

all year.

2. Please welcome Megan Brokaw to the front office and as our school nurse. If you need health assistance, report to the front office!

3. Tap Band: Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: EHC All-Conference Band
Members; Thursday: Independent study Trumpet/Low Brass/Low Woodwind/Percussion; Friday: None

4. ALL Striv workers: Please check your email for schedule updates and let Mrs. Schwanebeck know ASAP if you are not available to work your scheduled time!

  1. Reminder to students that the books you checked out in December may be getting close to due dates. Stop by the library and have us renew it before any fines start to accumulate.

  2. HOSA Members: If you ordered a medium or XL scrub - they are in! The other sizes are back ordered.

  3. Speech Team meeting and practice today at 3:30 in Mr. Lafleur’s room.

8. Any Art Club Member who needs to print a shirt before picture day next Tuesday, see Mr. Wright ASAP.

9. FFA Members (High School) we are wearing full official dress for pictures next Tuesday. Junior High members we will wear this year’s yellow t-shirts. See Mr. Mottl with questions.

Happy Birthday toAlexa Brodd and over the weekend to Emily Brodd and Alaina Stephenson!

Announcements for January 3, 2019

Announcements for January 3, 2019

Today’s Lunch: Pizza
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Eggstravaganza Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Filet or Pork Patty

Today’s Activities: 9th GB Basketball vs West Point-Beemer at 6:00

1. Sign up and check out for JH Wrestling will be today after school in the wrestling room.

2. Did you lose a coin pouch? If so, come to the office to identify.

3. Tap Band: Monday: Independent study Flute/Clarinet/Saxophone; Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: EHC All-Conference Band Members; Thursday: Independent study Trumpet/Low Brass/Low Woodwind/Percussion; Friday: None

4. ALL Striv workers: Please check your email for schedule updates and let Mrs. Schwanebeck know ASAP if you are not available to work your scheduled time!

  1. Reminder to students that the books you checked out in December may be getting close to due dates. Stop by the library and have us renew it before any fines start to accumulate.

  2. HOSA Members: If you ordered a medium or XL scrub - they are in! The other sizes are back ordered.

  3. Reminder to FFA Members we are helping clean up the Corn Expo immediately after school. See Mr. Mottl with questions. Great chance for some community service to start the new year!

8. Any Art Club Member who needs to print a shirt before picture day next Tuesday, see Mr. Wright ASAP.

Happy Birthday to Cora Johnson!

Announements for December 19, 2018

Announcements for December 19, 2018

 

Today’s Lunch: Hamburgers

January 3rd Breakfast: Long Johns

January 3rd Lunch: Pizza

 

Today’s Activities: Semester Test – 1:30 Dismissal

Tomorrow’s Activities: G BB at Raymond Central 5:30

 

  1. There is extra items available for sale from the fruit sales. Contact Mr. Mottl for ordering and pricing details.

 

  1. The 2019 prom theme will be Retro 50’s Diner. Congratulations to the following sophomore servers: Kendyl Boyce, Grace Hunke, Kaila Lorence, Ally Pojar, Hannah Williams, Charles Madsen, Allan Orellano, Breckin Peters, Austin Taylor, and Jaxon Wietfeld.

 

  1. All locker decorations of One-Acts will be removed after Wednesday, so if you wish to keep yours take it before then.

 

  1. Mrs. Meyer is in the library full-time until break. This is a good time to pay those library fines.

 

  1. Seniors- Make sure you do your transcript check with Mrs. Gaughen before you leave for Christmas break. It only takes a couple of minutes. Any student interested in possible schedule changes need to see Mrs. Gaughen BEFORE you leave for Christmas break.

 

  1. Juniors: Check your email today for an important Prom announcement.

 

  1. The spirit wear theme for Friday night's basketball games will be a CHRISTMAS-OUT. Prizes will be given to those who come dressed showing the most Christmas spirit!  Come ready to support the Tigers to wins over Milford. Girls game starts at 6 with the boys to follow! 

 

 

 

Happy Birthday: Jaden Smith today and to the following over the break: Jeremy Doerneman, Zander Gibney, Cami Faltin, Sam Buckingham, Shaelynn Vopalensky, Grady Harms, Nate Leners, Mia Hernandez, Ethan Widick

Announcements for December 18, 2018

Announcements for December 18, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Fried or Salisbury Steak Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Donut or Long John Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: Semester Test - Regular Dismissal

Students can only miss the class periods and test for your aide period. It does not cover the study session unless you received the attendance bonus. If you have questions, see Mrs. Petersen.

1. Juniors: Check your school email to find the link to the prom theme and server voting. Remember that you need to have paid your work deposit AND other money owed for plant sales if you want your vote to count. Voting must be done by the end of school today.

2. Did you lose a coin pouch? If so, come to the office to identify.

3. 7th and 8th girls can come in and shoot this week from 7:20 to 7:50, Tuesday and Wednesday. It will be in the old gym.

4. All locker decorations of One-Acts will be removed after Wednesday, so if you wish to keep yours take it before then.

5. Mrs. Meyer is in the library full-time until break. This is a good time to pay those library fines.

6. Seniors- Make sure you do your transcript check with Mrs. Gaughen before you leave for Christmas break. It only takes a couple of minutes:)

Any student interested in possible schedule changes need to see Mrs. Gaughen BEFORE you leave for Christmas break. 7. NBC smart water compliments of Student Council. Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 8. Students who have not picked up fruit need to make arrangements with Mr. Mottl today.
9. There is extra items available for sale from the fruit sales. Contact Mr. Mottl for ordering and pricing details.
10. Juniors: Check your email today for an important Prom announcement.

Announcements for December 17, 2018

Announcements for December 17, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Crispito
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Poptarts
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Fried or Salisbury Steak

Today’s Activities: Semester Test - Regular Dismissal

Students can only miss the class periods and test for your
aide period. It does not cover the study session unless you received the attendance bonus. If you have questions, see Mrs. Petersen.

1. Juniors: Check your school email to find the link to the prom theme and server voting. Remember that you need to have paid your work deposit AND other money owed for plant sales if you want your vote to count. Voting must be done by the end of school today.

2. Did you lose a coin pouch? If so, come to the office to identify.
3. 7th and 8th girls can come in and shoot next week from 7:20 to 7:50, Tuesday and Wednesday. It will be in the old gym.

4. North Bend Public Library is looking for people interested in being part of a Teen Advisory Board. You will get a chance to share ideas and plan events for other library patrons. This is also a good opportunity to add to your resume when applying for scholarships and jobs. Get more information about this opportunity and a copy of the application form from the school website. You will drop off the completed application in the Book Drop box at the public library--NOT NBC library.

5. Congratulations to John Emanuel on being named a Class C2 first-team all-state Wide Receiver by both the Omaha World-Herald and Lincoln Journal-Star.

6. Seniors- Make sure you do your transcript check with Mrs. Gaughen before you leave for Christmas break. It only takes a couple of minutes:)

Any student interested in possible schedule changes need to see Mrs. Gaughen BEFORE you leave for Christmas break. 7. Mrs. Meyer is in the library full-time until break. This is a good time to pay those library fines.
8. Congratulations Kyle Jedlicka for being awarded the RHOP Scholarship.
9. Any FFA Member that needs fruit orders or corrections needs to contact Mr. Mottl before lunch today.

Announcements for December 14th, 2018

Announcements for December 14, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita
Monday’s Breakfast: Pretzel with Cheese Monday’s Lunch: Crispito or Yogurt & Cheese

Today’s Activities: Girls BB at Pender 5:00
9
th Grade Boys BB at home 6:00

Saturday’s Activities: Wrestling at Logan View 9:00 Speech at UNL 9:00

G/B BB at Seward 11:30

Sunday’s Activities: Pre K-2 Winter Concert 1:30 6-12 Winter Concert 3:00

1. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: none
2. Did you lose a coin pouch? If so, come to the office to identify.

3. North Bend Public Library is looking for people interested in being part of a Teen Advisory Board. You will get a chance to share ideas and plan events for other library patrons. This is also a good opportunity to add to your resume when applying for scholarships and jobs. Get more information about this opportunity and a copy of the application form from the school website. You will drop off the completed application in the Book Drop box at the public library--NOT NBC library.

4. Juniors: Prom theme proposal forms are due to Ms. Morgan or Mrs Gross-Rhode by today. You must pay $30 work deposit and any fees and before you can submit a proposal or vote for theme/servers.

5. Seniors- Make sure you do your transcript check with Mrs. Gaughen before you leave for Christmas break. It only takes a couple of minutes :) Any student interested in possible schedule changes need to see Mrs. Gaughen BEFORE you leave for Christmas break.

6. Wednesday, December 19th 1:30 dismissal.

Happy Birthday to Alan Orellana and Adam Limbach on Saturday and Ian Virka on Sunday.

Announcements for December 13, 2018

Announcements for December 13, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Noodle or Cheeseburger Soup Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Omelets
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita

Today’s Activities: JH Boys BB vs Stanton at 5:00 Wrestling vs Neumann at 6:00

Reserve Boys and Girls BB @ Scotus at 6:00

1. Tap Band Schedule: Thursday: independent study percussion; Friday: none 2. Did you lose a coin pouch? If so, come to the office to identify.

3. 6th - 11th Grade Girls - If you are interested in playing summer or fall softball next year please attend the meeting in Coach J. Schluter’s Room Friday morning at 7:30. Even if you’re undecided about playing come check it out and have breakfast with us!

  1. Juniors: Prom theme proposal forms are due to Ms. Morgan or Mrs Gross-Rhode by Friday, Dec 14. You must pay $30 work deposit and any fees and before you can submit a proposal or vote for theme/servers.

  2. FBLA members interested in attending SLC, there is a work night this Thursday from 6 to 8pm. If you can’t attend but are still interested, talk to Mrs. Miller ASAP. Also, check your e-mail for more information.

  3. Seniors- Make sure you do your transcript check with Mrs. Gaughen before you leave for Christmas break. It only takes a couple of minutes:)

    Any student interested in possible schedule changes need to see Mrs. Gaughen BEFORE you leave for Christmas break.

Happy Birthday to Jayla Van Ampting!

Announcements for December 12, 2018

Announcements for December 12, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Drumsticks or Quesadillas
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast Sticks
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Noodle or Cheeseburger Soup

1. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: independent study low brass/low woodwinds; Thursday: independent study percussion; Friday: none

2. Bus Safety Reminder:
You MUST slow down below 25mph for a school bus when the yellow warning signal

lights on the bus are flashing. You MUST Stop when you meet a school bus, from the front or rear when the school bus is stopped, the stop sign is extended, and the flashing red signal lights are turned on, and shall remain stopped until the flashing red signal lights are turned off, the stop sign is retracted, and the school bus resumes motion.

If there is a raised median in between you and the bus you need not stop.

3. 6th - 11th Grade Girls - If you are interested in playing summer or fall softball next year please attend the meeting in Coach J. Schluter’s Room Friday morning at 7:30. Even if you’re undecided about playing come check it out and have breakfast with us!

  1. Juniors: Prom theme proposal forms are due to Ms. Morgan or Mrs Gross-Rhode by Friday, Dec 14. You must pay $30 work deposit and any fees and before you can submit a proposal or vote for theme/servers.

  2. HOSA members - sign up in Mrs. Treat’s room to work the concession stand this Thursday.

  3. The rep from Southeast Community College will be here today at 10:00. If you are interested in finding out what degrees Southeast Community College has to offer, talk to your teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen.

  4. FBLA members interested in attending SLC, there is a work night this Thursday from 6 to 8pm. If you can’t attend but are still interested, talk to Mrs. Miller ASAP. Also, check your e-mail for more information.

  5. Seniors- Make sure you do your transcript check with Mrs. Gaughen before you leave for Christmas break. It only takes a couple of minutes:)

    Any student interested in possible schedule changes need to see Mrs. Gaughen BEFORE you leave for Christmas break.

    Happy Birthday to Natalee Mullally and Zach Mullally!

Announcements for December 11, 2018

Announcements for December 11, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Orange Chicken or Teriyaki Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Bagel
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Drumsticks or Quesadillas

Today’s Activities: Girls and Boys Basketball @ Stanton at 4:30 JH Basketball @ DC West at 4:30

1. Tap Band Schedule: Tuesday: independent study trumpet; Wednesday: independent study low brass/low woodwinds; Thursday:
independent study percussion; Friday: none

2. Bus Safety Reminder:
You MUST slow down below 25mph for a school bus when the yellow warning signal

lights on the bus are flashing. You MUST Stop when you meet a school bus, from the front or rear when the school bus is stopped, the stop sign is extended, and the flashing red signal lights are turned on, and shall remain stopped until the flashing red signal lights are turned off, the stop sign is retracted, and the school bus resumes motion.

If there is a raised median in between you and the bus you need not stop.

3. Reminder to be paying lunch balances and library fines ASAP!

  1. Juniors: Prom theme proposal forms are due to Ms. Morgan or Mrs Gross-Rhode by Friday, Dec 14. You must pay $30 work deposit and any fees and before you can submit a proposal or vote for theme/servers.

  2. CONGRATULATIONS to the cast and crew members of The Infamous Soothing System of Professor Maillard on a
    successful and memorable year placing 6th in Class B at the State Play Production Contest! Special congratulations to Bethany Wiebold, Harley Cave, and Zander Gibney for receiving outstanding acting awards and crew for placing 3rd!

  3. Lara Dolezal see Mr. Mottl today.

  4. HOSA members - sign up in Mrs. Treat’s room to work the concession stand this Thursday.

  5. The rep from Southeast Community College will be here Wednesday, December 12th at 10:00. If you are interested in finding out what degrees Southeast Community College has to offer, talk to your teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen.

  6. 6th - 11th Grade Girls - If you are interested in playing summer or fall softball next year please attend the meeting in Coach J. Schluter’s Room Friday morning at 7:30. Even if you’re undecided about playing come check it out and have breakfast with us!

Announcements for December 10, 2018

Announcements for December 10, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Orange Chicken or Teriyaki Chicken

Today’s Activities: JH Boys Basketball @ Arlington at 5:00 Board Meeting at 7:00

1. Tap Band Schedule: Monday: independent study flute/clarinet/alto saxophone; Tuesday: independent study trumpet; Wednesday: independent study low brass/low woodwinds; Thursday: independent study percussion; Friday: none

2. Unified Bowling Team Picture - Tuesday at 8 am - please meet in the foyer of Tiger Arena in your jersey. THANKS!!!

3. Reminder to be paying lunch balances and library fines ASAP!

  1. Juniors: Prom theme proposal forms are due to Ms. Morgan or Mrs Gross-Rhode by Friday, Dec 14. You must pay $30 work deposit and any fees and before you can submit a proposal or vote for theme/servers.

  2. The NB Fighters Cancer Support Group/Relay Team would like to thank the softball and volleyball teams, their coaches and sponsors as well as all the NBC students who supported the recent penny wars and cotton candy sales to benefit the Dodge County Relay for Life. Your monetary donations make a BIG difference in helpiing cancer survivors in Dodge County. It is greatly appreciated.

6. Any 6-8th grader that participated in MathCounts and that would like a t-shirt, you must pay your $15 for your shirt before we order them. If you are not interested in getting a shirt, stop by and see Mrs. Miller anyway!

7. North Bend Public Library is looking for people interested in being part of a Teen Advisory Board. You will get a chance to share ideas and plan events for other library patrons. This is also a good opportunity to add to your resume when applying for scholarships and jobs. Get more information about this opportunity and a copy of the application form from the school website. You will drop off the completed application in the Book Drop box at the public library--NOT NBC library.

8. The rep from Southeast Community College will be here Wednesday, December 12th at 10:00. If you are interested in finding out what degrees Southeast Community College has to offer, talk to your teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen.

9. Sophomores who may be interested in being selected as a prom server need to check their email and answer yes to the survey by the end of the day today.

10. Congratulations over the weekend to the 2018 Snowball Royalty: John Emanuel and Grace Brodd!

Happy Birthday to Zach Ortmeier!

Announcements for December 7, 2018

Announcements for December 7, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Potato Boats
Monday’s Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza Monday’s Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog

Today’s Activities: Stu Co Movie Night at 7:30
One-Acts at State in Norfolk ~ Go Tigers!

1. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: none

2. 9-12th graders - Snowball is Saturday, December 8th from 8 to 11pm. Make sure to have out of date forms filled out if you are bringing someone or they will not be allowed into the dance. FBLA members who signed up to help set up, we will start at 4pm!

3. Reminder to be paying lunch balances and library fines ASAP!
4. Anyone in Close-Up who can work concession stand this Saturday at the wrestling invite, please talk to Mr. Streff ASAP. Parents

can also help.

5. White Poinsettias are available on a first come first serve basis. We have white and red left. Please let the NBC front office know if you would like one.

6. Any 6-8th grader that participated in MathCounts and that would like a t-shirt, you must pay your $15 for your shirt before we order them. If you are not interested in getting a shirt, stop by and see Mrs. Miller anyway!

  1. Jr. High girls planning on participating in basketball next semester need to sign up in Mr. Richardson’s room this week. Practice begins January 2nd.

  2. The rep from Southeast Community College will be here Wednesday, December 12th at 10:00. If you are interested in finding out what degrees Southeast Community College has to offer, talk to your teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen.

  3. 7th & 8th grade girls can checkout a practice top anytime before school this week from Coach Richardson.

10. There are a very select few Girls Basketball Shirts available for sale. See Mr. Sterup if you are interested. While supplies last!

  1. Juniors: Prom theme proposal forms are due to Ms. Morgan or Mrs Gross-Rhode by Friday, Dec 14. You must pay $30 work deposit and any fees and before you can submit a proposal or vote for theme/servers.

  2. All Skills USA members, need to see Dalton Blaha this week for information to be registered.

  3. All Student Council members need to be at the movie tonight unless you have made arrangements with Mr. Nelson.

14. Congratulations to the Geography Bee finalists: Tristan Anderson, Hailey Bayer, Akryn Bourek, Josiah Brodd, Paige Dunker, Asher Endorf, Gavin Kirschenmann, Zane Kirschenmann, Owen Simanek, Sarah Voss, Nolan Williams. The championship event will be held in January.

15. No speech practice today. Practice will resume on Mon. Dec. 10 with all 9 speaking events practicing.
16. Unified Bowling Team Picture - Tuesday at 8 am - please meet in the foyer of Tiger Arena in your jersey. THANKS!!! 17. Any student from any organization that would like to work the concession stand tomorrow, please Mr. Streff.

Happy Birthday to Kris Collins!

Announcements for December 6, 2018

Announcements for December 6, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Biscuit & Gravy Tomorrow’s Lunch: Potato Boats

Today’s Activities: Girls and Boys Basketball vs West Point-Beemer at 4:30

MS Boys Basketball vs Neumann at 4:30 Pep Rally at 3:15 for the One-Act Students

1. Tap Band Schedule: Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: none

Be sure you check out the staff’s festive socks today!

2. 9-12th graders - Snowball is Saturday, December 8th from 8 to 11pm. Make sure to have out of date forms filled out if you are bringing someone or they will not be allowed into the dance. FBLA members who signed up to help set up, we will start at 4pm!

3. Don’t forget your new OR gently-used toy donation -OR- your new or gently-used hats/mittens/gloves for the donation drive in Tiger Arena. Let’s fill that big Christmas box with toys and cover that donation tree with hundreds of hats, gloves and mittens for those less fortunate this holiday season!

4. Anyone in Close-Up who can work concession stand this Saturday at the wrestling invite, please talk to Mr. Streff ASAP. Parents can also help.

  1. Student Council will be having a Holiday Movie Night on Friday, December 7th starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Tiger Den. Please bring a bag chair to sit on. This is for NBC students in grades 9-12.

  2. One-Act Cast & Crew, your sign out sheets are due TODAY!! We are leaving at 7:00 AM sharp so you will not have time to get signatures tomorrow!

  3. Jr. High girls planning on participating in basketball next semester need to sign up in Mr. Richardson’s room this week. Practice begins January 2nd.

  4. The rep from Southeast Community College will be here Wednesday, December 12th at 10:00. If you are interested in finding out what degrees Southeast Community College has to offer, talk to your teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen

  5. 7th & 8th grade girls can checkout a practice top anytime before school this week from Coach Richardson.

10. There are a very select few Girls Basketball Shirts available for sale. See Mr. Sterup if you are interested. While supplies last! 11. Attention One-Act Cast & Crew, pick up sign-out sheets for Friday from Mr. Wright ASAP.
12. All Skills USA members, need to see Dalton Blaha this week for information to be registered.
13. All Student Council members need to be at the movie night Friday night unless you have made arrangements with Mr. Nelson. 14. All High School Wrestlers and Managers see Mrs. Ray today to pick up your shirt order.
15. Congratulations to our 2018 Snowball candidates: Grace Brodd, Cami Faltin, Kendra Lorence, Paige Swanson, Faith Taylor,

Sam Buckingham, John Emanuel, Zander Gibney, Joe Howser and Tanner Wietfeld.
16. Juniors: Prom theme proposal forms are due to Ms. Morgan or Mrs Gross-Rhode by Friday, Dec 14. You must pay $30 work

deposit and any fees and before you can submit a proposal or vote for theme/servers.
17. Any 6-8th grader that participated in MathCounts and that would like a t-shirt, you must pay your $15 for your shirt before we

order them. If you are not interested in getting a shirt, stop by and see Mrs. Miller anyway!
18. White and Red Poinsettias are available on a first come first serve basis. We have white and red left. Please let the NBC front

office know if you would like one.
19. All Unified Bowling team members, please meet in the foyer of the Tiger Arena tomorrow morning for a team picture. Wear

your jersey and jeans. Thank you!! Mrs. Ray

Happy Birthday to Alaina Halladay!

Announcements for December 5, 2018

Announcements for December 5, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Sloppy Joe Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Combo Bar Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs

Today’s Activities: Skills USA @ Omaha

1. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low woodwinds; Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: none

2. 9-12th graders - Snowball is Saturday, December 8th from 8 to 10pm. Make sure to have out of date forms filled out if you are bringing someone or they will not be allowed into the dance. FBLA members who signed up to help set up, we will start at 4pm!

3. Don’t forget your new OR gently-used toy donation -OR- your new or gently-used hats/mittens/gloves for the donation drive in Tiger Arena. Let’s fill that big Christmas box with toys and cover that donation tree with hundreds of hats, gloves and mittens for those less fortunate this holiday season!

4. Anyone in Close-Up who can work concession stand this Saturday at the wrestling invite, please talk to Mr. Streff ASAP. Parents can also help.

  1. Student Council will be having a Holiday Movie Night on Friday, December 7th starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Tiger Den. Please bring a bag chair to sit on. This is for NBC students in grades 9-12.

  2. Out of Town Date Forms for Snowball are in the office and are due back to the office by today.

  3. Jr. High girls planning on participating in basketball next semester need to sign up in Mr. Richardson’s room this week. Practice begins January 2nd.

  4. NHS this week will be hosting a TAP war to collect Christmas gifts to send to current military personnel. The TAP that collects the most gifts will win a pizza party. Some examples were lotion, chapstick, hot chocolate, drink packets, deoderant, candy and other snacks and small non-breakable ornaments.

  5. 7th & 8th grade girls can checkout a practice top anytime before school this week from Coach Richardson.

10. There are a very select few Girls Basketball Shirts available for sale. See Mr. Sterup if you are interested. While supplies last! 11. Attention One-Act Cast & Crew, pick up sign-out sheets for Friday from Mr. Wright ASAP.
12. All Skills USA members, need to see Dalton Blaha this week for information to be registered.
13. All Student Council members need to be at the movie night Friday night unless you have made arrangements with Mr. Nelson.

Happy Birthday to Noah Post!

Announcements for December 4, 2018

Announcements for December 4, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Patty or Pork Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Yogurt
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Sloppy Joe

Today’s Activities: Girls and Boys Basketball @ Schuyler at 6:00

ALL STUDENTS: This is a reminder that it is your responsibility to make sure your valuables(Money, electronics, etc.) are locked in a locker when not in your possession. This is especially important in the locker rooms. The school is not responsible for lost or stolen items that are not locked up.

1. Tap Band Schedule: Tuesday: Independent study trumpet; Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low woodwinds; Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: none

2. 9-12th graders - Snowball is Saturday, December 8th from 7 to 10pm. Make sure to have out of date forms filled out if you are bringing someone or they will not be allowed into the dance. FBLA members who signed up to help set up, we will start at 4pm!

  1. Don’t forget your new OR gently-used toy donation -OR- your new or gently-used hats/mittens/gloves for the donation drive in Tiger Arena. Let’s fill that big Christmas box with toys and cover that donation tree with hundreds of hats, gloves and mittens for those less fortunate this holiday season!

  2. Today is National Cookie Day so we will have cookies today at lunch instead of Thursday.

  3. Student Council will be having a Holiday Movie Night on Friday, December 7th starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Tiger Den. Please bring a bag chair to sit on. This is for NBC students in grades 9-12.

  4. Out of Town Date Forms for Snowball are in the office and are due back to the office by Wednesday, December 5th.

  5. Jr. High girls planning on participating in basketball next semester need to sign up in Mr. Richardson’s room this week. Practice begins January 2nd.

  6. NHS this week will be hosting a TAP war to collect Christmas gifts to send to current military personnel. The TAP that collects the most gifts will win a pizza party. Some examples were lotion, chapstick, hot chocolate, drink packets, deoderant, candy and other snacks and small non-breakable ornaments.

  7. 7th & 8th grade girls can checkout a practice top anytime before school this week from Coach Richardson.

10. High School Student Council members not in a Winter Sport please be here tonight at 4:30 pm to go to Fremont to help shop for the Blessings Pantry. We have 2 vans going. We should be done by 7:00 pm.

11. Attention One-Act Cast & Crew, pick up sign-out sheets for Friday from Mr. Wright ASAP.

Happy Birthday to Madison Winkelman, Jessa Hellbusch and Faith Renard!

Announcements for November 29, 2018

Announcements for November 29, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Taco or Chicken Fajita Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Donut Tomorrow’s Lunch: Breakfast for lunch

Today’s Activities: Girls and Boys Basketball vs Twin River at 4:30 JH Boys Basketball @ Wisner-Pilger at 4:30

Wrestling @ Raymond Central at 6:00
HOSA @ Norfolk
District One Acts @ CCC ~ Good Luck Tigers!

1. Tap Band Schedule: Thursday: independent study Percussion; Friday: None

2. No after school speech practice Thursday and Friday.

  1. Don’t forget your new OR gently-used toy donation -OR- your new or gently-used hats/mittens/gloves for the donation drive in Tiger Arena. Let’s fill that big Christmas box with toys and cover that donation tree with hundreds of hats, gloves and mittens for those less fortunate this holiday season!

  2. Post Prom will be hosting a pork sandwich meal at the basketball game tonight. Donations will be accepted.

  3. Student Council will be having a Holiday Movie Night on Friday, December 7th starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Tiger Den. Please bring a bag chair to sit on. This is for NBC students in grades 9-12.

  4. Seniors - don’t forget your head shot for the yearbook is due to Mrs. Ray by December 1st. See her with any questions.

7. Any students wanting to be in Spanish Club need to have their dues of $4 to Tanner Wietfeld by Friday, November 30th.

8. NHS this week will be hosting a TAP war to collect Christmas gifts to send to current military personnel. The TAP that collects the most gifts will win a pizza party. Some examples were lotion, chapstick, hot chocolate, drink packets, deoderant, candy and other snacks and small non-breakable ornaments.

9. One-Act Cast & Crew get your sign-out sheet for districts from Mr. Wright ASAP.

10. Congratulations to the following NBC BAND students for being selected to participate in the 2019 EHC ALL-CONFERENCE BAND. WIND ENSEMBLE: Bethany Wiebold- Clarinet;; Zander Gibney-Tuba; Kyle Jedlicka- Percussion
SYMPHONIC BAND: Hailey Anderson-Flute; Callie Goertz- Clarinet (alternate); Marie Barnes-Trumpet; Demarius Bosveld- Trumpet; Dani Richardson-French Horn; Cameron Frank- Trombone; Drew Hall- Trombone; Carter Richardson- Trombone (alternate)

11. High School Wrestlers and Managers - don’t forget to turn in your checkout sheet for Friday by 3:30 pm TODAY!

Happy Birthday to Luke Ortmeier!

Announcements for November, 30th 2018

Announcements for November 30, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Breakfast for lunch
Monday’s Breakfast: Chef Choice
Monday’s Lunch: Chicken Patty or Pork Patty

Today’s Activities: Wrestling @ Lakeview at 2:00 Saturday: Boys and Girls Basketball @ Seward
JV Girls and Boys @ 11:30, Girls @ 1:00, Boys @ 2:30 Sunday: Singing Sunday

ALL STUDENTS: This is a reminder that it is your responsibility to make sure your valuables(Money, electronics, etc.) are locked in a locker when not in your possession. This is especially important in the locker rooms. The school is not respon- sible for lost or stolen items that are not locked up.

1. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: None

2. No after school speech practice today.

  1. Don’t forget your new OR gently-used toy donation -OR- your new or gently-used hats/mittens/gloves for the donation drive in Tiger Arena. Let’s fill that big Christmas box with toys and cover that donation tree with hundreds of hats, gloves and mittens for those less fortunate this holiday season!

  2. Next Tuesday is National Cookie Day so we will have cookies that day at lunch instead of Thursday.

  3. Student Council will be having a Holiday Movie Night on Friday, December 7th starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Tiger Den. Please bring a bag chair to sit on. This is for NBC students in grades 9-12.

  4. Seniors - don’t forget your head shot for the yearbook is due to Mrs. Ray by December 1st. See her with any questions.

7. Any students wanting to be in Spanish Club need to have their dues of $4 to Tanner Wietfeld by Friday, November 30th.

8. NHS this week will be hosting a TAP war to collect Christmas gifts to send to current military personnel. The TAP that collects the most gifts will win a pizza party. Some examples were lotion, chapstick, hot chocolate, drink packets, deoderant, candy and other snacks and small non-breakable ornaments.

9. There is a possibility of snow in the forecast over the weekend. It would be greatly appreciated if all vehicles would be removed from the parking lot.

  1. SENIORS - you senior picture is due to Mrs. Ray!!

  2. Out of Town Date Forms for Snowball are in the office and are due back to the office by Wednesday, December 5th.

  3. 9-12th graders - Snowball is Saturday, December 8th from 7 to 10pm. Make sure to have out of date forms filled out if you are bringing someone or they will not be allowed into the dance. FBLA members who signed up to help set up, we will start at 4pm!

  4. CONGRATULATIONS to the cast and crew members of The Infamous Soothing System of Professor Maillard for winning districts and advancing to STATE!!! Special congratulations to Zander Gibney, Harley Cave, Bethany Wiebold, and Drew Hall for outstanding performances!

    Happy Birthday to Trent Harris!

Announcements for November 28, 2018

Announcements for November 28, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: A+ Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Taco or Chicken Fajita

1. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: Independent study Low Brass/Low Woodwinds; Thursday: independent study Percussion; Friday: None

2. The following seniors need to pick up their class picture from Mrs. Ray - Keirra,Tanner, Evan and Ben

  1. Don’t forget your new OR gently-used toy donation -OR- your new or gently-used hats/mittens/gloves for the donation drive in Tiger Arena. Let’s fill that big Christmas box with toys and cover that donation tree with hundreds of hats, gloves and mittens for those less fortunate this holiday season!

  2. Post Prom will be hosting a pork sandwich meal at the basketball game on Thursday. Donations will be accepted.

  3. FPS students - please come sign up for the November 29 basketball concessions on the clip board inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

6. All juniors will be taking the ASVAB on Wednesday from 8:15-11:30 in the Tiger Den. Please report to 1st period for attendance.

  1. Seniors - Jostens meeting on Thursday at 8:30. Bring your order sheets with your money on that day.

  2. NHS this week will be hosting a TAP war to collect Christmas gifts to send to current military personnel. The TAP that collects the most gifts will win a pizza party. Some examples were lotion, chapstick, hot chocolate, drink packets, deoderant, candy and other snacks and small non-breakable ornaments.

  3. One-Act Cast & Crew get your sign-out sheet for districts from Mr. Wright ASAP.

10. Cheerleaders and Dancers want to challenge Tiger Nation to fill the toy donation drive box with at least 25 toys by the first home basketball games this Thursday. Dancers are challenging to collect at least 25 pairs of mittens/gloves and hats that night. Can we do it, Tigers?

11. Any students wanting to be in Spanish Club need to have their dues of $4 to Tanner Wietfeld by Friday, November 30th.

  1. Please listen for the beep in the lunch line and if you owe money, please bring it asap.

  2. Seniors - don’t forget your head shot for the yearbook is due to Mrs. Ray by December 1st. See her with any questions.

  3. Student Council will be having a Holiday Movie Night on Friday, December 7th starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Tiger Den. Please bring a bag chair to sit on. This is for NBC students in grades 9-12.

  4. No after school speech practice Thursday and Friday.

  5. HOSA members going to Norfolk tomorrow, see Mrs. Treat today!

Announcements for November 27, 2018

Announcements for November 27, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Deli Turkey or Deli Ham Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Coffee Cake Tomorrow’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken

Today’s Activities: District Unified Bowling @ Omaha
JH Boys Basketball vs Ft. Calhoun at 4:30

1. Tap Band Schedule: Tuesday: Independent study Trumpet; Wednesday: Independent study Low Brass/Low Woodwinds; Thursday: independent study Percussion; Friday: None

2. The following seniors need to pick up their class picture from Mrs. Ray - Keirra Tanner, Evan and Ben

3. Don’t forget your new OR gently-used toy donation -OR- your new or gently-used hats/mittens/gloves for the donation drive in Tiger Arena. Let’s fill that big Christmas box with toys and cover that donation tree with hundreds of hats, gloves and mittens for those less fortunate this holiday season!

4. All Watkin orders are ready and can be picked up in Mr. Streff’s room.

5. FPS students - please come sign up for the November 29 basketball concessions on the clip board inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

6. All juniors will be taking the ASVAB on Wednesday from 8:15-11:30 in the Tiger Den. Please report to 1st period for attendance.

  1. There will be a planning meeting for all Dance Team members in the Library on Wednesday, November 28th, at 7:15 am.

  2. NHS this week will be hosting a TAP war to collect Christmas gifts to send to current military personnel. The TAP that collects the most gifts will win a pizza party. Some examples were lotion, chapstick, hot chocolate, drink packets, deoderant, candy and other snacks and small non-breakable ornaments.

  3. One-Act Cast & Crew get your sign-out sheet for districts from Mr. Wright ASAP.

10. Cheerleaders and Dancers want to challenge Tiger Nation to fill the toy donation drive box with at least 25 toys by the first home basketball games this Thursday. Dancers are challenging to collect at least 25 pairs of mittens/gloves and hats that night. Can we do it, Tigers?

11. Any students wanting to be in Spanish Club need to have their dues of $4 to Tanner Wietfeld by Friday, November 30th.

12. Please listen for the beep in the lunch line and if you owe money, please bring it asap.

13. Seniors - don’t forget your head shot for the yearbook is due to Mrs. Ray by December 1st. See her with any questions.

14. Student Council will be having a Holiday Movie Night on Friday, December 7th starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Tiger Den. Please bring a bag chair to sit on. This is for NBC students in grades 9-12.

15. All Fruit Orders need to be turned in to Mr. Mottl before TAP today. They were due yesterday and we don’t want to miss anyone.

16. Seniors - Jostens meeting on Thursday at 8:30. Bring your order sheets with your money on that day.

Announcements for November 26, 2018

Announcements for November 26, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Hotdogs or Polish Dog Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Eggstravaganza Tomorrow’s Lunch: Deli Turkey or Deli Ham

1. Tap Band Schedule: Monday: Independent study Flute/Clarinet/Saxophone; Tuesday:
Independent study Trumpet; Wednesday: Independent study Low Brass/Low Woodwinds; Thursday: independent study

Percussion; Friday: None

2. The following seniors need to pick up their class picture from Mrs. Ray - Kendra, Keirra, Tanner, Faith, Evan and Ben

3. Don’t forget your new OR gently-used toy donation -OR- your new or gently-used hats/mittens/gloves for the donation drive in Tiger Arena. Let’s fill that big Christmas box with toys and cover that donation tree with hundreds of hats, gloves and mittens for those less fortunate this holiday season!

4. All Watkin orders are ready and can be picked up in Mr. Streff’s room.

5. FPS students - please come sign up for the November 29 basketball concessions on the clip board inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

6. All juniors will be taking the ASVAB on Wednesday from 8:15-11:30 in the Tiger Den. Please report to 1st period for attendance.

  1. There will be a planning meeting for all Dance Team members in the Library on Wednesday, November 28th, at 7:15 am.

  2. NHS this week will be hosting a TAP war to collect Christmas gifts to send to current military personnel. The TAP that collects the most gifts will win a pizza party. Some examples were lotion, chapstick, hot chocolate, drink packets, deoderant, candy and other snacks and small non-breakable ornaments.

  3. Reminder that all fruit sales orders are due to Mr. Mottl today!

10. Cheerleaders and Dancers want to challenge Tiger Nation to fill the toy donation drive box with at least 25 toys by the first home basketball games this Thursday. Dancers are challenging to collect at least 25 pairs of mittens/gloves and hats that night. Can we do it, Tigers?

11. Any students wanting to be in Spanish Club need to have their dues of $4 to Tanner Wietfeld by Friday, November 30th.

  1. Speech practice begins today at 3:30 in Mr. Lafleur’s room.

  2. Seniors - don’t forget your head shot for the yearbook is due to Mrs. Ray by December 1st. See her with any questions.

  3. Seniors - if you ordered a class picture, stop by Mrs. Ray’s room to pick it up.

  4. Student Council will be having a Holiday Movie Night on Friday, December 7th starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Tiger Den. Please bring a bag chair to sit on. This is for NBC students in grades 9-12.

  5. One-Act Cast & Crew get your sign-out sheet for districts from Mr. Wright ASAP.

  6. NBC - put your hands together for Zach Borer who also is part of our ACT 30 plus club. Zach scored a 31 on the fall ACT and

    unfortunately was not recognized at the Academic Pep Rally.

Announcements for November 21st, 2018

 

Announcements for November 21, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Hamburgers or Cheeseburgers

Today’s Activities: 1:30 Dismissal No School - Thursday & Friday Seniors meet with Jostens at 8:30 Academic Pep Rally

1. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: None

2. Science Club dues of $5 MUST be to be turned in to Mrs. Schluter by the END OF THE DAY TODAY!

3. Don’t forget your new OR gently-used toy donation -OR- your new or gently-used hats/mittens/gloves for the donation drive in Tiger Arena. Let’s fill that big Christmas box with toys and cover that donation tree with hundreds of hats, gloves and mittens for those less fortunate this holiday season!

4. All Watkin orders are ready and can be picked up in Mr. Streff’s room.

  1. FPS students - please come sign up for the November 29 basketball concessions on the clip board inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

  2. HOSA members - sign up for the HOSA experience at NECC and pay your $10 to Mrs. Treat for the workshop and $15 for scrubs by today.

  3. The following seniors owe $20 for senior dues by Wednesday, November 21st: Derek Beltran, Jeremy Doernemann, Damon Rhynalds and Alyssa Winkelman.

  4. NHS this week will be hosting a TAP war to collect Christmas gifts to send to current military personnel. The TAP that collects the most gifts will win a pizza party. Some examples were lotion, chapstick, hot chocolate, drink packets, deoderant, candy and other snacks and small non-breakable ornaments.

  5. Reminder that all fruit sales orders are due to Mr. Mottl on Monday, November 26th. This is the last week to sell!

10. Cheerleaders and Dancers want to challenge Tiger Nation to fill the toy donation drive box with at least 25 toys by the first home basketball games next Thursday. Dancers are challenging to collect at least 25 pairs of mittens/gloves and hats that night. Can we do it, Tigers?

11. Any students wanting to be in Spanish Club need to have their dues of $4 to Tanner Wietfeld by Friday, November 30th. 12. Speech practice begins Mon. Nov. 26 at 3:30 in Mr. Lafleur’s room.
13. Seniors - don’t forget your head shot for the yearbook is due to Mrs. Ray by December 1st. See her with any questions. 14. Seniors - if you ordered a class picture, stop by Mrs. Ray’s room to pick it up.

Happy Birthday to Nolan Williams and Danial Mullally!

Announcements for Novemeber 21, 2018

Announcements for November 21, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Hamburgers or Cheeseburgers

Today’s Activities: 1:30 Dismissal No School - Thursday & Friday Seniors meet with Jostens at 8:30 Academic Pep Rally

1. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: None

2. Science Club dues of $5 MUST be to be turned in to Mrs. Schluter by the END OF THE DAY TODAY!

3. Don’t forget your new OR gently-used toy donation -OR- your new or gently-used hats/mittens/gloves for the donation drive in Tiger Arena. Let’s fill that big Christmas box with toys and cover that donation tree with hundreds of hats, gloves and mittens for those less fortunate this holiday season!

4. All Watkin orders are ready and can be picked up in Mr. Streff’s room.

  1. FPS students - please come sign up for the November 29 basketball concessions on the clip board inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

  2. HOSA members - sign up for the HOSA experience at NECC and pay your $10 to Mrs. Treat for the workshop and $15 for scrubs by today.

  3. The following seniors owe $20 for senior dues by Wednesday, November 21st: Derek Beltran, Jeremy Doernemann, Damon Rhynalds and Alyssa Winkelman.

  4. NHS this week will be hosting a TAP war to collect Christmas gifts to send to current military personnel. The TAP that collects the most gifts will win a pizza party. Some examples were lotion, chapstick, hot chocolate, drink packets, deoderant, candy and other snacks and small non-breakable ornaments.

  5. Reminder that all fruit sales orders are due to Mr. Mottl on Monday, November 26th. This is the last week to sell!

10. Cheerleaders and Dancers want to challenge Tiger Nation to fill the toy donation drive box with at least 25 toys by the first home basketball games next Thursday. Dancers are challenging to collect at least 25 pairs of mittens/gloves and hats that night. Can we do it, Tigers?

11. Any students wanting to be in Spanish Club need to have their dues of $4 to Tanner Wietfeld by Friday, November 30th. 12. Speech practice begins Mon. Nov. 26 at 3:30 in Mr. Lafleur’s room.
13. Seniors - don’t forget your head shot for the yearbook is due to Mrs. Ray by December 1st. See her with any questions. 14. Seniors - if you ordered a class picture, stop by Mrs. Ray’s room to pick it up.

Happy Birthday to Nolan Williams and Danial Mullally!

Announcements for November 20, 2018

Announcements for November 20, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo or Mac n’ Cheese Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hamburgers or Cheeseburgers

Today’s Activities: FFA District Leadership @ Midland

1. Tap Band Schedule: Tuesday: Independent study Trumpet/Low Brass/ Low Winds/Percussion ; Wednesday: None

2. Science Club dues of $5 need to be turned in to Mrs. Schluter by Wednesday, November 21.

  1. Don’t forget your new OR gently-used toy donation -OR- your new or gently-used hats/mittens/gloves for the donation drive in Tiger Arena. Let’s fill that big Christmas box with toys and cover that donation tree with hundreds of hats, gloves and mittens for those less fortunate this holiday season! Bring your donations Wednesda

  2. Wrestling Apparel on sale NOW!!! See a wrestler or Mrs. Ray today. Orders and payment need to be to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm today.

  3. FPS students - please come sign up for the November 29 basketball concessions on the clip board inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

  4. HOSA members - sign up for the HOSA experience at NECC and pay your $10 to Mrs. Treat for the workshop and $15 for scrubs by Wednesday, November 21st.

  5. The following seniors owe $20 for senior dues by Wednesday, November 21st: Derek Beltran, Jeremy Doernemann, Daden Farrens, Damon Rhynalds and Alyssa Winkelman.

  6. NHS this week will be hosting a TAP war to collect Christmas gifts to send to current military personnel. The TAP that collects the most gifts will win a pizza party. Some examples were lotion, chapstick, hot chocolate, drink packets, deoderant, candy and other snacks and small non-breakable ornaments.

  7. Reminder that all fruit sales orders are due to Mr. Mottl on Monday, November 26th. This is the last week to sell!

10. Cheerleaders and Dancers want to challenge Tiger Nation to fill the toy donation drive box with at least 25 toys by the first home basketball games next Thursday. Dancers are challenging to collect at least 25 pairs of mittens/gloves and hats that night. Can we do it, Tigers?

11. Any students wanting to be in Spanish Club need to have their dues of $4 to Tanner Wietfeld by Friday, November 30th.

12. Speech practice begins Mon. Nov. 26 at 3:30 in Mr. Lafleur’s room.

13. HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLERS you have until 3:30 pm TODAY to get your shirt orders turned in to Mrs. Ray. IF they are not turned in, your stuff WILL NOT be ordered.

14. Seniors - if you ordered a class picture, stop by Mrs. Ray’s room to pick it up.

15. Congratulations to the NBC One Act for winning the East Husker Conference--Platte Division Championship!! Special congratulations to Zander Gibney, Harley Cave, Bethany Wiebold, Abby Post, Josie Spiker, Drew Hall, Shandra Dauel, Rachel Adams and Sami McDonald for outstanding performances. Be ready for an amazing performance at the academic pep rally tomorrow at 1:00 PM.

Announcements fo November 19, 2018

Announcements for November 19, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Pulled Pork or Mr. Rib
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Yogurt Parfait
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo or Mac n’ Cheese

Today’s Activities: JH Boys Basketball @ GACC at 4:30 EHC One-Acts @ Wisner-Pilger

1. Tap Band Schedule: Monday: Independent study Flute/Clarinet/Saxophone; Tuesday: Independent study Trumpet/Low Brass/ Low Winds/Percussion ; Wednesday: None

2. Science Club dues of $5 need to be turned in to Mrs. Schluter by Wednesday, November 21.

  1. Don’t forget your new OR gently-used toy donation -OR- your new or gently-used hats/mittens/gloves for the donation drive in Tiger Arena. Let’s fill that big Christmas box with toys and cover that donation tree with hundreds of hats, gloves and mittens for those less fortunate this holiday season! Bring your donations Wednesda

  2. Wrestling Apparel on sale NOW!!! See a wrestler or Mrs. Ray today. Orders and payment need to be to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm Tuesday, November 20th.

  3. FPS students - please come sign up for the November 29 basketball concessions on the clip board inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

  4. HOSA members - sign up for the HOSA experience at NECC and pay your $10 to Mrs. Treat for the workshop and $15 for scrubs by Wednesday, November 21st.

  5. The following seniors owe $20 for senior dues by Wednesday, November 21st: Derek Beltran, Jeremy Doernemann, Daden Farrens, Damon Rhynalds and Alyssa Winkelman.

  6. NHS this week will be hosting a TAP war to collect Christmas gifts to send to current military personnel. The TAP that collects the most gifts will win a pizza party. Some examples were lotion, chapstick, hot chocolate, drink packets, deoderant, candy and other snacks and small non-breakable ornaments.

  7. Reminder that all fruit sales orders are due to Mr. Mottl on Monday, November 26th. This is the last week to sell!

10. Senior Student Council members will have a pizza party during TAP in Mr. Nelson’s room tomorrow for those that helped with the Blood Drive.

Announcements for November 16, 2018

Announcements for November 16, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Crispito
Monday’s Breakfast: Biscuit & Gravy Monday’s Lunch: Pulled Pork or Mr. Rib

Today’s Activities: FBLA Video Night at 7:00

1. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: None
2.
Science Club dues of $5 need to be turned in to Mrs. Schluter by

Wednesday, November 21.

  1. One Act Cast & Crew need to pick-up their sign-out sheets for EHC from Mr. Wright ASAP. They are due back to him today.

  2. 8-12th graders: Tonight, join the NBC FBLA in our 3rd annual Video Game Night from 7-10 in the Tiger Den. Battle it out with some Smash Bros or get your groove on and Just Dance! There is plenty of games to choose from! Join the fun!

American Education Week Board Members, Jeff Bauer & Bob Feurer sign the Proclamation!

  1. FPS students - please come sign up for the November 29 basketball concessions on the clip board inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

  2. HOSA members - sign up for the HOSA experience at NECC and pay your $10 to Mrs. Treat for the workshop and $15 for scrubs by Wednesday, November 21st.

  3. Students that are in the library in the morning, need to keep conversations to a minimum. The library is to be quiet time. Starting tomorrow you will be asked to leave.

  4. Next week the National Honor Society will be hosting a TAP war to collect Christmas gifts send to current military service personnel. The TAP that collects the most gifts will win a pizza party! Suggested items to donate include: chapstick, lotion, deoderant, instant hot chocolate, drink packets, small non-breakable Christmas ornaments, candy and other snack items

  5. The annual TOY and HAT & MITTEN drive starts next Wednesday! Have any extra old hats/mittens/gloves laying around the house? Want to get rid of some of your old toys (gently-used, of course)? Donate them to the donation drive bin or hat/mitten tree in Tiger Arena. Spread the joy, give a toy! OR Warm your heart by warming others’ hands this winter by donating some winter weather gear! All donations benefit local families/youth. Questions? Ask a cheerleader or dancer!

10. FBLA Members: Don’t forget about the Rake and Run tonight from 4-6. Bring a friend to help! Bring your truck! Bring your rake! Meet in the front commons at 4pm.

11. The following seniors owe $20 for senior dues by Wednesday, November 21st: Derek Beltran, Jeremy Doernemann, Daden Farrens, Damon Rhynalds and Alyssa Winkelman.

12. Wrestling Apparel on sale NOW!!! See a wrestler or Mrs. Ray today. Orders and payment need to be to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm Tuesday, November 20th.

13. American Education Week: Yesterday’s trivia is a good reason why we are not only proud of our students and staff, but also proud of our school facilities. Let’s do all we can to keep it a place NBCPS patrons can be proud of for years to come. Make your education a priority in your life! The answer to the Toilet Trivia question was 464 toilets/urinals are cleaned each week at both the middle school/high school and the elementary buildings. **This doesn’t count extra cleaning done before and after outdoor events. The middle school/high school winners of the trivia question are: Hunter Poland, Brooklyn, Arington,

Natalyn Krenzer, Derek Beltran. They get to help the staff clean those toilets next week!!! Just kidding. Actually, they need
to stop by the office to pick up their winnings. Elementary is still waiting to count votes from outlying classrooms. This sums up American Education Week. Thanks to the teamwork of students, staff, parents, and taxpayers, all of NBC and surrounding communities are winners in this game!

14. Gavin Peterson and Ethan Mullally need to see Mrs. Ray today. 15. If you ordered a Senior Class Picture, see Mrs. Ray today.

Happy Birthday to Ian Virka and over the weekend to Alex Cosgrove!

Announcements for November 15, 2018

Announcements for November 15, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Patty or Pork Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast Sticks Tomorrow’s Lunch: Crispito

Today’s Activities: Leadership Summit @ Norfolk

1. Tap Band Schedule: Thursday: None; Friday: None

2. Science Club dues of $5 need to be turned in to Mrs. Schluter by Wednesday, November 21.

  1. One Act Cast & Crew need to pick-up their sign-out sheets for EHC from Mr. Wright ASAP. They are due back to him on Friday.

  2. 8-12th graders: Friday night, join the NBC FBLA in our 3rd annual Video Game Night from 7-10 in the Tiger Den. Battle it out with some Smash Bros or get your groove on and Just Dance! There is plenty of games to choose from! Join the fun!

American Education Week Board Member, Jay Poessnecker signing the Proclamation

  1. FPS students - please come sign up for the November 29 basketball concessions on the clip board inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

  2. HOSA members - sign up for the Saturday, November 17th informational workshop and for the Thursday, November 29th HOSA Experience at Northeast Community College. Cost is $10 for each activity.

  3. Students that are in the library in the morning, need to keep conversations to a minimum. The library is to be quiet time. Starting tomorrow you will be asked to leave.

8. American Education Week: Yesterday, we discussed the importance of always trying to do your best. Today, you are going to learn the hard work that others invest so that NBCPS staff and students have what they need each day. Pay attention to today’s trivia question. Tomorrow we will announce the lucky winners who will earn a gift certificate. Tomorrow, staff will be wearing clothing from their high school or college alma maters (where they attended). Students are invited to wear orange/black clothing either from NBC or something from any school/college.

9. The annual TOY and HAT & MITTEN drive starts next Wednesday! Have any extra old hats/mittens/gloves laying around the house? Want to get rid of some of your old toys (gently-used, of course)? Donate them to the donation drive bin or hat/mitten tree in Tiger Arena. Spread the joy, give a toy! OR Warm your heart by warming others’ hands this winter by donating some winter weather gear! All donations benefit local families/youth. Questions? Ask a cheerleader or dancer!

  1. FBLA Members: Don’t forget about the Rake and Run on Friday night from 4-6. Bring a friend to help! Bring your truck! Bring your rake! Meet in the front commons at 4pm.

  2. Congratulations to Lauren Emanuel for making Volleyball All Conference 2nd Team and Megan Ortmeier for making Honorable Mention All Conference.

  3. Wrestling Apparel on sale NOW!!! See a wrestler or Mrs. Ray today. Orders and payment need to be to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm Tuesday, November 20th.

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