Announcements

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.

Announcements for November 14, 2018

Announcements for November 14, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Pizza
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Choice of Muffin Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Patty or Pork Patty

Today’s Activities: All State Chorus ~ Good Luck Zander! FarmHer @ Lincoln

1. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: Independent study Percussion; Thursday: None; Friday: None

2. This week is American Education Week. A good school system is made up of a dedicated staff that help students reach their potential. Each week, many people work to make sure that NBCPS students and staff have what they need to have a successful learning experience. This week during TAP/Homeroom you will learn another interesting fact about what it takes to have a quality school system.

American Education Week Board Member, Jeff Peters signing the Proclamation

  1. Congratulations to Zander Ziettlow who will represent NBC at All State Honor Choir this week. Please assist us in the Tiger Tunnel send him off at 1:55 today.

  2. The bypass north of town will most likely open up today. It should be in effect all winter. Please, please slow down and drive with caution through this area.

5. Senior Class Picture can be ordered with Mrs. Ray - 8x10 for only $10 - order and payment must be received by Wednesday, Nov. 14th.

  1. 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.

  2. Congratulations to the cast and crew members of The Infamous Soothing System of Professor Maillard for an outstanding performance last night!!

  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.

9. American Education Week: Often it is easier to give up than to keep trying when things go wrong. Today you will see examples where giving up didn’t help the individual or those around them.

10. FPS students - please come sign up for the November 29 basketball concessions on the clip board inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

11. 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!

12. 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.

13. Science Club dues of $5 need to be turned in to Mrs. Schluter by Wednesday, November 21.

Happy Birthday to Travis Byrd!

Announcements for November 13, 2018

Announcements for November 13, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Pulled Pork Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Bagel Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pizza

Today’s Activities: JH Boys Basketball @ Bergan at 4:30 Speech Team Parent Meeting at 5:30

One Act Performance at 7:00 Organizational Meetings

Cheer & Dance Speech Tean Spanish Club NBC Club Science Club HOSA

FBLA
Student Council Seniors

8:45 in Mrs. Wright’s room 9:40 in Mr. Lafleur’s room 10:00 in Mr. Montoya’s room 10:30 in the Tiger Den 11:10 in Mrs. Schluter’s room 12:30 in Mrs. Treat’s room 1:30 in the Tiger Den

2:40 in Mr. Nelson’s room 3:15 in the Tiger Den

American Education Week

1. Tap Band Schedule: Tuesday: Independent study Low Brass/Low Woodwinds; Wednesday: Independent study Percussion; Thursday: None; Friday: None

2. This week is American Education Week. A good school system is made up of a dedicated staff that help students reach their potential. Each week, many people work to make sure that NBCPS students and staff have what they need to have a successful learning experience. This week during TAP/Homeroom you will learn another interesting fact about what it takes to have a quality school system.

3. Speech Team Parent Meeting- Nov. 13 at 5:30 pm in the NBC Cafeteria.

4. Are you missing your Invisalign mouthpiece? If so, please come to the office.

5. Senior Class Picture can be ordered with Mrs. Ray - 8x10 for only $10 - order and payment must be received by Wednesday, Nov. 14th.

6. 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.

7. American Education Week: Everyone learned yesterday how Smart NBCPS staff is. Today you will learn what it takes to keep humans and machines running.

8. 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.

Announcements for November 12, 2018

Announcements for November 12, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Thanksgiving Dinner Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pulled Pork

Organizational Meetings ~ Tuesday

American Education Week

Cheer & Dance Speech Tean Spanish Club NBC Club Science Club HOSA

FBLA
Student Council Seniors

8:45 in Mrs. Wright’s room 9:40 in Mr. Lafleur’s room 10:00 in Mr. Montoya’s room 10:30 in the Tiger Den 11:10 in Mrs. Schluter’s room 12:30 in Mrs. Treat’s room 1:30 in the Tiger Den

2:40 in Mr. Nelson’s room 3:15 in the Tiger Den

1. Tap Band Schedule: Monday: Independent study Flute/Clarinet/Saxophone/Trumpet; Tuesday: Independent study Low Brass/ Low Woodwinds; Wednesday: Independent study Percussion; Thursday: None; Friday: None

2. This week is American Education Week. A good school system is made up of a dedicated staff that help students reach their potential. Each week, many people work to make sure that NBCPS students and staff have what they need to have a successful learning experience. This week during TAP/Homeroom you will learn another interesting fact about what it takes to have a quality school system.

  1. Speech Team Parent Meeting- Nov. 13 at 5:30 pm in the NBC Cafeteria.

  2. Liberty Dake - please turn in your volleyball uniform ASAP!

5. Senior Class Picture can be ordered with Mrs. Ray - 8x10 for only $10 - order and payment must be received by Wednesday, Nov. 14th.

6. 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.

Happy Birthday to Landon Mimick, Faith Taylor and Elsie Dobbs!

Announcements for November 9, 2018

Announcements for November 9, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Teriyaki or Orange Chicken Monday’s Breakfast: Funnel Cake
Monday’s Lunch: Thanksgiving Dinner

1. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: Percussion

2. Please remove all Fall Sport locker decorations by today.

3. Are you missing car keys? A retainer? If so, please come to the office.

4. Any student attending Newsies on tonight at Midland, we will be leaving from the high school at 6:35 p.m.

  1. This week is HOSA Health Professionals Week: Friday - TAP WAR in the old gym- Brain Teasers - the TAP to complete the activity first gets a prize.

  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. Congratulations to the following top 8 MathCounts competitors. Practice will continue Tuesday morning. Tristan Anderson, Paige Bunn, Paige Dunker, Ethan Emanuel, Kaitlyn Emanuel, Asher Endorf, Sam Post, and Libby Richardson.

  4. Liberty Dake - please turn in your volleyball uniform ASAP!

  5. Senior Class Picture can be ordered with Mrs. Ray - 8x10 for only $10 - order and payment must be received by Wednesday, Nov. 14th.

Happy Birthday to Raychel Raymond and over the weekend to Jade Nunn, Harold Kennedy, Asher Endorf, Damon Rhynalds, Tyler Wesely and Ben Buresh!

Announcements for November 8, 2018

Announcements for November 8, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Stromboli
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Chef Choice
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Teriyaki or Orange Chicken

Today’s Activities: Athletic Banquet at 6:30

1. Tap Band Schedule: Thursday: Low Woodwinds/Low Brass; Friday: Percussion

2. Please remove all Fall Sport locker decorations by Friday.

3. Are you missing car keys? A retainer? If so, please come to the office.

4. Any student attending Newsies on Friday night at Midland, we will be leaving from the high school at 6:35 p.m.

5. This week is HOSA Health Professionals Week: Thursday - Information about the different HOSA activities. Friday - TAP WAR in the old gym- Brain Teasers - the TAP to complete the activity first gets a prize.

6 . 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.

7. Attention High School Volleyball uniform check in will be tonight RIGHT after school---please bring them to the area by the concession stand and big tiger.

8. Congratulations to Anna Halladay for being selected to the Class B All State Honorable Mention in the Lincoln Journal Star and the Omaha World Herald.

9. Liberty Dake - please turn in your volleyball uniform ASAP!

10. Senior Class Picture can be ordered with Mrs. Ray - 8x10 for only $10 - order and payment must be received by Wednesday, Nov. 14th

11. Thank you to everyone who donated at the Blood Drive yesterday. We collected 60 units.

12. Softball Team Reminder - we meet at 5:30 in the Tiger Den tonight.

13. Any FFA member wanting to order a sweatshirt must see Mr. Mottl prior to 8 am on Friday morning. No other orders will be placed.

14. Any FFA member wanting to order a sweatshirt must see Mr. Mottl prior to 8 am on Friday morning. No other orders will be placed.

Happy Birthday to Trayce From!

Announcements for November 7, 2018

Announcements for November 7, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Pork Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Combo Bar Tomorrow’s Lunch: Stromboli

Today’s Activities: Blood Drive

1. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: Alto Sax/French Horn; Thursday: Low Woodwinds/Low Brass; Friday: Percussion

2. Please remove all Fall Sport locker decorations by Friday.
3. Athletic Banquet will be Thursday, November 8th at 6:30.
4. Any student attending Newsies on Friday night at Midland, we will be leaving from the high school at 6:35 p.m.

5. This week is HOSA Health Professionals Week: Wednesday - Wear a
HOSA t-shirt or dress as your future Health Career Occupation. Thursday - Information about the different HOSA activities. Friday - TAP WAR - Brain Teasers - the TAP to complete the activity first gets a prize.

6 . 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.

7. Attention High School Volleyball uniform check in will be Thursday RIGHT after school---please bring them to the area by the concession stand and big tiger.

8. Congratulations to Trevor Nelson and Bailey Borer for guessing the cotton balls in the jar!

9. Liberty Dake - please turn in your volleyball uniform ASAP!

10. Senior Class Picture can be ordered with Mrs. Ray - 8x10 for only $10 - order and payment must be received by Wednesday, Nov. 14th

Announcements for November 6, 2018

Announcements for November 6, 2018
Today’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs or Yogurt & Cheese or Chef Salad
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pretzel and Cheese
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Pork Patty
Today’s Activities: Unified Bowling at WestPoint.
NBCE Book Fair
1. Tap Band Schedule: Today: Clarinet; Wed: Alto Sax/French Horn; Thurs: Low Woodwinds/Low Brass; Fri: Percussion
2. There is a meeting for all boys’ basketball players after school today in Coach Baehr’s room.
3. Athletic Banquet will be Thursday, November 8th at 6:30. Please sign up in the office how many will be attending by today.
4. NBC Blood Drive is tomorrow, November 7th from 8:30-2:30 at the NBC old gym. If you are 16 or 17 years old,
permission forms are needed and available in the front office. You may also sign up for a time in the front office.
5. Find a good book at the NBE Book Fair. It continues through today from 3:30 - 7:00. There are many good titles available for
middle and high school students. The newest Wimpy Kid title was released nationally last week and we have it at our book fair.
6. Students interested in careers in Ag, Food & Natural Resources, Skilled & Technical Sciences, Transportation & Logistics, or
Business/Finance & Administration: NBC is hosting Luke Mueller from Cargill Inc. to speak about their scholarship and internship
programs. Today at 1pm in the Tiger Den. Interested? Get a pass from your teacher, Mrs. Gaughen, or Mrs. Wright.
7. Speech Team meeting at 3:30 today for anyone interested in joining this year’s team. Questions- see Mr. Lafleur.
8. Please remove all Fall Sport locker decorations by Friday.
9. Any student attending Newsies on Friday night at Midland, we will be leaving from the high school at 6:35 p.m.
10. This week is HOSA Health Professionals Week: Today - Guess the number of cotton balls in the jar. Wednesday - Wear a HOSA
t-shirt or dress as your future Health Career Occupation. Thursday - Information about the different HOSA activities. Friday - TAP
WAR - Brain Teasers - the TAP to complete the activity first gets a prize.
11. 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.
12. HOSA members - We are ordering scrubs - please stop by Mrs. Treat’s room to get yours ordered. Cost is $15.
13. Attention High School Volleyball uniform check in will be Thursday RIGHT after school---please bring them
to the area by the concession stand and big tiger.

Announcements for Novemeber 5, 2018

Announcements for November 5, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Italian Dunkers Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Omelet Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs

Today’s Activities: JH Boys Basketball vs Logan View at 4:30 EHC Choral Clinic @ Oakland

1. Tap Band Schedule: Monday: Flute; Tuesday: Clarinet; Wednesday: Alto Sax/French Horn; Thursday: Low Woodwinds/Low Brass; Friday: Percussion

2. There will be a meeting for all boys basketball players following school tomorrow (Tuesday) in coach Baehr’s room right after school.

3. Athletic Banquet will be Thursday, November 8th at 6:30. Please sign up in the office how many will be attending by tomorrow.

  1. Sophomores-If you have not already registered for the Career Day at Midland University on January 23rd, please check your email to see if you are registered and otherwise, you have to be registered by October 31st because all sophomores attend so please do it now so you don’t forget. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  2. The University of Nebraska at Lincoln representative will be here on November 5th at 9:30. If you are a junior or senior and would like to meet with the rep, please talk to your teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass

  3. Find a good book at the NBE Book Fair. It continues this week on Monday, Nov 5 and Tuesday, Nov 6 from 3:30 - 7:00. There are many good titles available for middle and high school students. The newest Wimpy Kid title was released nationally last week and we have it at our book fair.

  4. NBC Blood Drive will be Wednesday, November 7 from 8:30-2:30 at the NBC old gym. If you are 16 or 17 years old, permission forms are needed and available in the front office. You may also sign up for a time in the front office.

  5. Students interested in careers in Ag, Food & Natural Resources, Skilled & Technical Sciences, Transportation & Logistics, or Business/Finance & Administration: NBC is hosting Luke Mueller from Cargill Inc. to speak about their scholarship and internship programs. Tuesday at 1pm in the Tiger Den. Interested? Get a pass from your teacher, Mrs. Gaughen, or Mrs. Wright.

  6. HS Wrestlers and Managers - warmup jacket orders and payment are due TODAY!!! Get Mrs. Ray your size and payment before 3:30 pm.

10. Please remove all Fall Sport locker decorations by Friday.

11. Any student attending Newsies on Friday night at Midland, we will be leaving from the high school at 6:35 p.m.

  1. Check-in for high school football players will be Monday, November 5th after school. Freshmen thru Juniors will meet in

    Coach Stieren’s room at 3:35pm. Seniors will begin checkout at 3:45pm by the equipment room.

  2. Speech Team meeting at 3:30 pm on Nov. 6 for anyone interested in joining this year’s team. Questions- see Mr. Lafleur.

  3. There will be a meeting for all girls 9-12 interested in playing basketball this year in Mr. Sterup’s Room Monday after school.

    Please contact Mr. Sterup today to let him know if you are planning to play.

  4. There will be no weight lifting tomorrow morning.

  5. This week is HOSA Health Professionals Week: Today - Explore Health Professions online, students receive information on

    their lockers. Tuesday - Guess the number of cotton balls int he jar. Wednesday - Wear a HOSA t-shirt or dress as your future Health Career Occupation. Thursday - Information about the different HOSA activities. Friday - TAP WAR - Brain Teasers - the TAP to complete the activity first gets a prize.

  6. 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.

  7. HOSA members - We are ordering scrubs - please stop by Mrs. Treat’s room to get yours ordered. Cost is $15.

Announcements for October 31, 2018

Announcements for October 31, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Pizzawiches

Today’s Activities: No School Thursday and Friday

1. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: EHC All-Conference audition prep; Thursday: No School; Friday: No School

  1. The registration deadline for the December 8th ACT is this Friday, November 2nd. If you need help signing up or have any questions, please see Mrs. Gaughen TODAY as we do not have school tomorrow, November 1st or Friday the 2nd so plan accordingly.

  2. Athletic Banquet will be Thursday, November 8th at 6:30. Please sign up in the office how many will be attending.

  3. Sophomores-If you have not already registered for the Career Day at Midland University on January 23rd, please check your email to see if you are registered and otherwise, you have to be registered by October 31st because all sophomores attend so please do it now so you don’t forget. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  4. The University of Nebraska at Lincoln representative will be here on November 5th at 9:30. If you are a junior or senior and would like to meet with the rep, please talk to your teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass

  5. Any student who is selling Watkins for Close-Up needs to turn in your packet to Mr. Streff today.

7. NBC Blood Drive will be Wednesday, November 7 from 8:30-2:30 at the NBC old gym. If you are 16 or 17 years old, permission forms are needed and available in the front office. You may also sign up for a time in the front office.

8. Mya Stahl and Liberty Dake—get your volleyball uniforms to Mrs. Treat.
9. HOSA Members—sign up for one or both HOSA activities outside Mrs. Treat’s door.
10. A reminder to please listen if your lunch card beeps cause if it does, that means you need lunch money!

11. Find a good book at the NBE Book Fair. It begins this week. Thursday 4:30 - 8:30 during P-T Conferences. Also Monday, Nov 5 and Tuesday, Nov 6 from 3:30 - 7:00. There are many good titles available for middle and high school students. The newest Wimpy Kid title will be released nationally on Tuesday and we will have it at the book fair.

12. Check-in for high school football players will be Monday, November 5th after school. Freshmen thru Juniors will meet in Coach Stieren’s room at 3:35pm. Seniors will begin checkout at 3:45pm by the equipment room.

13. Speech Team meeting at 3:30 pm on Nov. 6 for anyone interested in joining this year’s team. Questions- see Mr. Lafleur.

14. There will be a meeting for all girls 9-12 interested in playing basketball this year in Mr. Sterup’s Room Monday after school. Please contact Mr. Sterup today to let him know if you are planning to play.

Announcements for October 29th, 2019

Announcements for October 29, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Donuts Tomorrow’s Lunch: Deli Ham or Turkey

Today’s Activities: Sub-districts @ Oakland at 6:00

1. Tap Band Schedule: Monday: EHC All-Conference audition prep; Tuesday: EHC All-Conference audition prep; Wednesday: EHC All-Conference audition prep; ursday: No School; Friday: No School

2. e registration deadline for the December 8th ACT is November 2nd. If you need help signing up or have any questions, please see Mrs. Gaughen asap. Also, please keep in mind that we do not have school November 1st or 2nd so plan accordingly.

3. Any high school student interested in wrestling or being a wrestling manager, there will be a quick meetin after school today in Mr. Streff’s room.

  1. Sophomores-If you have not already registered for the Career Day at Midland University on January 23rd, please check your email to see if you are registered and otherwise, you have to be registered by October 31st because all sophomores attend so please do it now so you don’t forget. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  2. The University of Nebraska at Lincoln representative will be here on November 5th at 9:30. If you are a junior or senior and would like to meet with the rep, please talk to your teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass

6. Sophomores are you registered for the Midland Career Day? See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions
7.
State Wrestling ticket order forms are available, see Mrs. Ray. Orders and payment are due back by 3:30 pm Tuesday,

October 30th.

8. Juniors- Remember we will be going on our college visit to University of Nebraska at Omaha tomorrow. Please have your sign-out sheets to Mrs. Gaughen by the end of the day Monday and we will be leaving by 9:30.

9. Harley Cave, John Emanuel, Zander Gibney, Kyle Jedlicka, Hannah Mullally, Trevor Nelson, Jacob Ray, Chase Ruzicka, Tanner Wietfeld, Zander Ziettlow please report to Mr. Nelson’s room Tuesday morning at 7:30 a.m.

10. Athletic Banquet will be Thursday, November 8th at 6:30. Please sign up in the office how many will be attending.

Announcements for October 26th, 2018

Announcements for October 26, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Fish & Mac n’ Cheese Monday’s Breakfast: Muffins
Monday’s Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog

Today’s Activities: Football @ Wilbur at 7:00 ~ Go Tigers!

Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 TAP Period 4

Period 5 Period 6 Period 7

8:10-8:56 8:59-9:45 9:48-10:36

Pep Rally at 2:30

10:39-11:04
11:07-11:33
11:36-12:02
12:05-12:31
12:34-1:20
1:23-2:10
2:13-3:30 (After the Pep Rally, return back to class)

1. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: EHC All-Conference Auditions
2. e registration deadline for the December 8th ACT is November 2nd. If you need help signing up or have any questions, please

see Mrs. Gaughen asap. Also, please keep in mind that we do not have school November 1st or 2nd so plan accordingly.

  1. Due to Football Playoffs, the Art Club Halloween party Friday has been postponed to Tuesday 30 October at 6:30pm in the Art Room. Snacks will be provided. Pumpkin carving and t-shirt screen printing are the planned activities. RSVP to Mr. Wright by Monday at 3:30.

  2. Sophomores-If you have not already registered for the Career Day at Midland University on January 23rd, please check your email to see if you are registered and otherwise, you have to be registered by October 31st because all sophomores attend so please do it now so you don’t forget. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  3. The following are prohibited items at the playoff football game: Confetti/shredded paper, powder (baby, talc, etc.), Laser light/ pointer, flashing objects, miniature sports balls, objects or candy thrown into the crowd, Artificial noise makers, (included but not limited to horns, cow bells, bells, buzzers, clickers, thunder sticks, rattles, instruments not part of a band), whistles, air horns, sirens, cannons/muskets/guns/fireworks, live animals.

    Cost of admission is $7 for adults and $5 for students.
    Striv TV will be covering the game. You can find this on the Wilbur school website.

6. Junior High Dance on Saturday, October 27th for grades 7-8 from 9:00-11:00 p.m. Costumes are welcomed. Doors will close at 9:30. Cost is $5.00 per person. Door prizes will be given.

  1. State Wrestling ticket order forms are available, see Mrs. Ray. Orders and payment are due back by 3:30 pm Tuesday, October 30th.

  2. YOUTH size Pink Out shirts still available at the bargain price of $7--limited sizes left. Contact Mrs. Sterup if you would like one for your younger sister or brother, cousin, or grandkid.

  3. Highway 79 by Valparaiso is under construction. The best route to Wilbur is either through Wahoo or Seward for tonight’s game.

    Happy Birthday over the weekend to Tatum Bishop!

Announcements for October 25th, 2018

Announcements for October 25, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Pizza
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Tac-Go Tomorrow’s Lunch: Fish & Mac n’ Cheese

Today’s Activities: Volleyball vs Madison & Shelby-Rising City at 5:30

1. Tap Band Schedule: ursday: EHC All-Conference Auditions; Friday: EHC All-Conference Auditions
2. e registration deadline for the December 8th ACT is November 2nd. If you need help signing up or have any questions, please

see Mrs. Gaughen asap. Also, please keep in mind that we do not have school November 1st or 2nd so plan accordingly.

  1. Due to Football Playoffs, the Art Club Halloween party Friday has been postponed to Tuesday 30 October at 6:30pm in the Art Room. Snacks will be provided. Pumpkin carving and t-shirt screen printing are the planned activities. RSVP to Mr. Wright by Monday at 3:30.

  2. Sophomores-If you have not already registered for the Career Day at Midland University on January 23rd, please check your email to see if you are registered and otherwise, you have to be registered by October 31st because all sophomores attend so please do it now so you don’t forget. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  3. The following are prohibited items at the playoff football game: Confetti/shredded paper, powder (baby, talc, etc.), Laser light/ pointer, flashing objects, miniature sports balls, objects or candy thrown into the crowd, Artificial noise makers, (included but not limited to horns, cow bells, bells, buzzers, clickers, thunder sticks, rattles, instruments not part of a band), whistles, air horns, sirens, cannons/muskets/guns/fireworks, live animals.

    Cost of admission is $7 for adults and $5 for students.
    Striv TV will be covering the game. You can find this on the Wilbur school website.

6. Junior High Dance on Saturday, October 27th for grades 7-8 from 9:00-11:00 p.m. Costumes are welcomed. Doors will close at 9:30. Cost is $5.00 per person. Door prizes will be given.

7. State Wrestling ticket order forms are available, see Mrs. Ray. Orders and payment are due back by 3:30 pm Tuesday, October 30th.

8. Any junior or senior that would be interested in attending an engineering day at UNO on November 14th needs to see Mrs. Gaughen asap.

9. Any senior interested in a Criminal Justice Day at Northeast Community College on Friday, November 9th needs to see Mrs. Gaughen TODAY or let the office know that they want to go.

10. TAP WAR: Operation Fleece Blanket - National Honor Society is holding a blanket drive to benefit FurEver Homes rescue shelter in Fremont. They need fleece blankets (throw size and twin size) for their dog kennels. (No king/queen size comfoters large blankets, as those are difficult to wash/dry in a regular size washer/dryer) The TAP or homeroom that collects the most blankets between now and TAP on Thursday, October 25 will win a pizza party on Friday, October 26!

11. YOUTH size Pink Out shirts still available at the bargain price of $7--limited sizes left. Contact Mrs. Sterup if you would like

Happy Birthday to Paige Dunker!

Announcements for October 24, 2010

Announcements for October 24, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pop Tarts Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pizza

Today’s Activities: Parent Teacher Conferences 5:30-8:30 National FFA Convention

Early Yearbook Sales

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

2. The registration deadline for the December 8th ACT is November 2nd. If you need help signing up or have any questions, please see Mrs. Gaughen asap. Also, please keep in mind that we do not have school November 1st or 2nd so plan accordingly.

  1. The representative from Joseph’s College Beauty will be here on Thursday, October 25th at 9:00. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep should check with their teacher and then see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  2. Sophomores-If you have not already registered for the Career Day at Midland University on January 23rd, please check your email to see if you are registered and otherwise, you have to be registered by October 31st because all sophomores attend so please do it now so you don’t forget. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  3. The following are prohibited items at the playoff football game: Confetti/shredded paper, powder (baby, talc, etc.), Laser light/ pointer, flashing objects, miniature sports balls, objects or candy thrown into the crowd, Artificial noise makers, (included but not limited to horns, cow bells, bells, buzzers, clickers, thunder sticks, rattles, instruments not part of a band), whistles, air horns, sirens, cannons/muskets/guns/fireworks, live animals.

    Cost of admission is $7 for adults and $5 for students.

6. Students are welcome to meet with friends in the library before school. Please act like the mature adults we know you can be or you and your group will need to find another place to socialize.

7. State Wrestling ticket order forms are available, see Mrs. Ray. Orders and payment are due back by 3:30 pm Tuesday, October 30th.

8. Any junior or senior that would be interested in attending an engineering day at UNO on November 14th needs to see Mrs. Gaughen asap.

9. Any senior interested in a Criminal Justice Day at Northeast Community College on Friday, November 9th needs to see Mrs. Gaughen TODAY or let the office know that they want to go.

10. TAP WAR: Operation Fleece Blanket - National Honor Society is holding a blanket drive to benefit FurEver Homes rescue shelter in Fremont. They need fleece blankets (throw size and twin size) for their dog kennels. (No king/queen size comfoters large blankets, as those are difficult to wash/dry in a regular size washer/dryer) The TAP or homeroom that collects the most blankets between now and TAP on Thursday, October 25 will win a pizza party on Friday, October 26!

11. YOUTH size Pink Out shirts still available at the bargain price of $7--limited sizes left. Contact Mrs. Sterup if you would like one for your younger sister or brother, cousin, or grandkid.

Happy Birthday to Masyn Daugherty!

Announcements for October 23rd, 2018

Announcements for October 23, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Sloppy Joes Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Yogurt Parfait Tomorrow’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken

Today’s Activities: Volleyball @ Logan View at 5:30 Seniors @ UNL

Retake pictures are due back to the office today or there is a late fee.

1. Tap Band Schedule: Tuesday: EHC All-Conference Auditions; Wednesday: EHC All-Conference Auditions; ursday: EHC All-Conference Auditions; Friday: EHC All-Conference Auditions

2. e registration deadline for the December 8th ACT is November 2nd. If you need help signing up or have any questions, please see Mrs. Gaughen asap. Also, please keep in mind that we do not have school November 1st or 2nd so plan accordingly.

  1. The representative from Joseph’s College Beauty will be here on Thursday, October 25th at 9:00. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep should check with their teacher and then see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  2. Sophomores-If you have not already registered for the Career Day at Midland University on January 23rd, please check your email to see if you are registered and otherwise, you have to be registered by October 31st because all sophomores attend so please do it now so you don’t forget. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  3. The following are prohibited items at the playoff football game: Confetti/shredded paper, powder (baby, talc, etc.), Laser light/ pointer, flashing objects, miniature sports balls, objects or candy thrown into the crowd, Artificial noise makers, (included but

    not limited to horns, cow bells, bells, buzzers, clickers, thunder sticks, rattles, instruments not part of a band), whistles, air horns, sirens, cannons/muskets/guns/fireworks, live animals.
    Cost of admission is $7 for adults and $5 for students.

  4. Job Seekers: Remember the Fremont Drive Thru Job Fair Wednesday, 3-6pm at Keene Memorial Library or First Lutheran Church!

  5. State Wrestling ticket order forms are available, see Mrs. Ray. Orders and payment are due back by 3:30 pm Tuesday, October 30th.

8. Any junior or senior that would be interested in attending an engineering day at UNO on November 14th needs to see Mrs. Gaughen asap.

9. Any senior interested in a Criminal Justice Day at Northeast Community College on Friday, November 9th needs to see Mrs. Gaughen TODAY or let the office know that they want to go.

10. TAP WAR: Operation Fleece Blanket - National Honor Society is holding a blanket drive to benefit FurEver Homes rescue shelter in Fremont. They need fleece blankets (throw size and twin size) for their dog kennels. (No king/queen size comfoters large blankets, as those are difficult to wash/dry in a regular size washer/dryer) The TAP or homeroom that collects the most blankets between now and TAP on Thursday, October 25 will win a pizza party on Friday, October 26!

Happy Birthday to Haley Johnson!

Announcements for October 22, 2018

Announcements for October 22, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Cheeseburger Soup or Chicken Noodle Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Sloppy Joes

Retake pictures are due back to the office tomorrow or there is a late fee.

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

2. The registration deadline for the December 8th ACT is November 2nd. If you need help signing up or have any questions, please see Mrs. Gaughen asap. Also, please keep in mind that we do not have school November 1st or 2nd so plan accordingly.

  1. The representative from Joseph’s College Beauty will be here on Thursday, October 25th at 9:00. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep should check with their teacher and then see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  2. Sophomores-If you have not already registered for the Career Day at Midland University on January 23rd, please check your email to see if you are registered and otherwise, you have to be registered by October 31st because all sophomores attend so please do it now so you don’t forget. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  3. Scary Movie Night - Friday, Oct. 26 at 8:00 - you must bring a bag chair and for students 9-12 NBC only.

6. Job Seekers: Remember the Fremont Drive Thru Job Fair Wednesday, 3-6pm at Keene Memorial Library or First Lutheran Church!

  1. State Wrestling ticket order forms are available, see Mrs. Ray. Orders and payment are due back by 3:30 pm Tuesday, October 30th.

  2. One Act Practice for Cast and Crew members this evening at 4:00 PM on the stage!

  3. YOUTH Pink Out shirts on sale for $7.00----limited amount. Contact Mrs. Sterup to get one for your child.

    1. TAP WAR: Operation Fleece Blanket - National Honor Society is holding a blanket drive to benefit FurEver Homes rescue shelter in Fremont. They need fleece blankets (throw size and twin size) for their dog kennels. (No king/queen size comfoters large blankets, as those are difficult to wash/dry in a regular size washer/dryer) The TAP or homeroom that collects the most blankets between now and TAP on Thursday, October 25 will win a pizza party on Friday, October 26!

    2. Looking for a job? Want to work in Fremont? Fremont Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a DRIVE THRU JOB FAIR Wednesday, Oct. 24 from 3-6pm in the parking lots of Keene Memorial Library and First Lutheran Church. You won’t even have to get out of your car! Simply drive through and get a packet FULL of information about interesting employment opportunities in the Fremont area in ALL SORTS of industries/businesses/organizations. They’re even putting possible surprise gift cards in the packets! Check it out!

    3. Seniors that are attending the UNL trip tomorrow, please turn your sign-out sheet in to Mrs. Gaughen by the end of the day today. We will be leaving at 8:30 so please report to 1st period and we will dismiss at 8:25.

Announcements for October 19, 2018

Announcements for October 19, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Pulled Pork
Monday’s Breakfast: Pretzel & Cheese
Monday’s Lunch: Cheeseburger Soup or Chicken Noodle

Today’s Activities: Football vs David City at 7:00 ~ Parent’s Night

1. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: none
2. The registration deadline for the December 8th ACT is November 2nd. If you need help signing up or have any questions, please

see Mrs. Gaughen asap. Also, please keep in mind that we do not have school November 1st or 2nd so plan accordingly.

  1. Band and Chorus Students: Spaghetti Supper tickets needs to be turned in today to either Mr. Kirkpatrick or Mrs. Hanson.

  2. Sophomores-If you have not already registered for the Career Day at Midland University on January 23rd, please check your email to see if you are registered and otherwise, you have to be registered by October 31st because all sophomores attend so please do it now so you don’t forget. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  3. Scary Movie Night - Friday, Oct. 26 at 8:00 - you must bring a bag chair and for students 9-12 NBC only.

  4. Retake pictures are due back to the office on Tuesday, October 23 or there is a late fee.

  5. State Wrestling ticket order forms are available, see Mrs. Ray. Orders and payment are due back by 3:30 pm Tuesday, October 30th.

8. Any senior interested in RHOP(Rural Health Opportunity Program) or the RLOP(Rural Law Opportunity Program), please see Mrs. Gaughen asap.

9. Cross Country - Uniform Check-In. You can bring your uniform to Mr. Ziettlow anytime this week.

  1. TAP WAR: Operation Fleece Blanket - National Honor Society is holding a blanket drive to benefit FurEver Homes rescue shelter in Fremont. They need fleece blankets (throw size and twin size) for their dog kennels. (No king/queen size comfoters large blankets, as those are difficult to wash/dry in a regular size washer/dryer) The TAP or homeroom that collects the most blankets between now and TAP on Thursday, October 25 will win a pizza party on Friday, October 26!

  2. Looking for a job? Want to work in Fremont? Fremont Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a DRIVE THRU JOB FAIR Wednesday, Oct. 24 from 3-6pm in the parking lots of Keene Memorial Library and First Lutheran Church. You won’t even have to get out of your car! Simply drive through and get a packet FULL of information about interesting employment opportunities in the Fremont area in ALL SORTS of industries/businesses/organizations. They’re even putting possible surprise gift cards in the packets! Check it out!

  3. Did you lose a rosary? If so, please come to the office to claim.

  4. Congratulations to the State Land Judging Team that competed Wednesday. They finished 7th overall, just 23 points from qualifying for National Land. There were 29 teams and 151 individuals. Individually: Ryan Gaughen, 8th; Shyann Rolenc, 27th; Russell Raymond, 82nd; and Hannah Murray 112th.

  5. Tiger Dogs will make their return to concessions for Senior Night during the 2018-19 sports seasons. Get yours tonight!!!

    Happy Birthday over the weekend to Kaylea Balch and Hannah Williams!

Announcements for October 18, 2018

Announcements for October 18, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Quesadillas and Lasagna Roll-Ups Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Bagel
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Pulled Pork

Today’s Activities: Volleyball @ Columbus Lakeview at 5:30

1. Tap Band Schedule: Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: none
2. The registration deadline for the December 8th ACT is November 2nd. If you need help signing up or have any questions, please

see Mrs. Gaughen asap. Also, please keep in mind that we do not have school November 1st or 2nd so plan accordingly.

  1. Band and Chorus Students: Spaghetti Supper tickets needs to be turned in on Friday (October 19) to either Mr. Kirkpatrick or Mrs. Hanson.

  2. The volleyball game will be broadcasted tonight with North Bend Central-Lakeview volleyball match on Columbus radio station KZEN (100.3 FM) and online at www.mycentralnebraska.com.

  1. Scary Movie Night - Friday, Oct. 26 at 8:00 - you must bring a bag chair and for students 9-12 NBC only.

  2. Retake pictures are due back to the office on Tuesday, October 23 or there is a late fee.

  3. State Wrestling ticket order forms are available, see Mrs. Ray. Orders and payment are due back by 3:30 pm Tuesday, October 30th.

  4. The West End by the Tiger Arena will be closed from 9:00-11:00 today.

10. High School Football Players, Managers and Coaches - dinner will at the Masonic Lodge Thursday night after practice. Come

Hungry!!
11. Cross Country - Uniform Check-In. You can bring your uniform to Mr. Ziettlow anytime this week.

  1. NBE won the coin war! Elementary had $329.26 and High School had $181.98 for a total for $511.24. Thank you to all who

    participated! GREAT JOB! Friday is PINK OUT at the football game and fingers crossed we will be selling cotton candy if weather cooperates. T-shirts still available for anyone who is wanting a NEVER GIVE UP pink out shirt. All proceeds go to Dodge County Relay for Life.

  2. TAP WAR: Operation Fleece Blanket - National Honor Society is holding a blanket drive to benefit FurEver Homes rescue shelter in Fremont. They need fleece blankets (throw size and twin size) for their dog kennels. (No king/queen size comfoters large blankets, as those are difficult to wash/dry in a regular size washer/dryer) The TAP or homeroom that collects the most blankets between now and TAP on Thursday, October 25 will win a pizza party on Friday, October 26!

  3. Looking for a job? Want to work in Fremont? Fremont Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a DRIVE THRU JOB FAIR Wednesday, Oct. 24 from 3-6pm in the parking lots of Keene Memorial Library and First Lutheran Church. You won’t even have to get out of your car! Simply drive through and get a packet FULL of information about interesting employment opportunities in the Fremont area in ALL SORTS of industries/businesses/organizations. They’re even putting possible surprise gift cards in the packets! Check it out!

  4. Did you lose a rosary? If so, please come to the office to claim.

16. Any senior interested in RHOP(Rural Health Opportunity Program) or the RLOP(Rural Law Opportunity Program), please see

Mrs. Gaughen asap.

  1. Sophomores-If you have not already registered for the Career Day at Midland University on January 23rd, please check your

    email to see if you are registered and otherwise, you have to be registered by October 31st because all sophomores attend so

    please do it now so you don’t forget. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  2. TOMORROW IS PINK OUT DAY AT SCHOOL AND THE FOOTBALL GAME! DRESS FOR BREAST CANCER

AWARENESS!

Happy Birthday to Kaden Juhl!

Announcements for October 17th, 2018

Announcements for October 17, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast Sticks Tomorrow’s Lunch: Quesadillas and Lasagna Roll-Ups

1. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low winds; ursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: none

2. e University of Nebraska at Kearney rep will be here on today at 1:30p.m. If you would like to hear more about what UNK has to o er, talk to your teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  1. Band and Chorus Students: Spaghetti Supper tickets needs to be turned in on Friday (October 19) to either Mr. Kirkpatrick or Mrs. Hanson.

  2. The volleyball game will be broadcasted Thursday with North Bend Central-Lakeview volleyball match on Columbus radio station KZEN (100.3 FM) and online at www.mycentralnebraska.com.

  1. Scary Movie Night - Friday, Oct. 26 at 8:00 - you must bring a bag chair and for students 9-12 NBC only.

  2. Retake pictures are due back to the office on Tuesday, October 23 or there is a late fee.

  3. State Wrestling ticket order forms are available, see Mrs. Ray. Orders and payment are due back by 3:30 pm Tuesday, October 30th.

  4. The West End by the Tiger Arena will be closed from 9:00-11:00 on Thursday.

10. High School Football Players, Managers and Coaches - dinner will at the Masonic Lodge Thursday night after practice. Come Hungry!!

11. Cross Country - Uniform Check-In. You can bring your uniform to Mr. Ziettlow anytime this week.

12. Any student in grades 8-12 who are interested in joining the Close-Up organization and joining us on our trip to Washington D.C. in 2020, there is a meeting in Mr. Streff’s room on Thursday at 7:45 a.m.

  1. TAP WAR: Operation Fleece Blanket - National Honor Society is holding a blanket drive to benefit FurEver Homes rescue shelter in Fremont. They need fleece blankets (throw size and twin size) for their dog kennels. (No king/queen size comfoters large blankets, as those are difficult to wash/dry in a regular size washer/dryer) The TAP or homeroom that collects the most blankets between now and TAP on Thursday, October 25 will win a pizza party on Friday, October 26!

  2. Looking for a job? Want to work in Fremont? Fremont Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a DRIVE THRU JOB FAIR Wednesday, Oct. 24 from 3-6pm in the parking lots of Keene Memorial Library and First Lutheran Church. You won’t even have to get out of your car! Simply drive through and get a packet FULL of information about interesting employment opportunities in the Fremont area in ALL SORTS of industries/businesses/organizations. They’re even putting possible surprise gift cards in the packets! Check it out!

  3. Did you lose a rosary? If so, please come to the office to claim.

16. Congratulations to Zander Ziettlow for being selected for the 2018 Nebraska All-State Chorus!

Happy Birthday to Ben Rolenc!

Announcements for October 16, 2018

Announcements for October 16, 2018

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

Today’s Activities: Volleyball vs Howells-Dodge ~ Parents Night

1. Tap Band Schedule: Tuesday: Independent study trumpet; Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low winds; Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: none

2. The University of Nebraska at Kearney rep will be here on Wednesday, October 17th at 1:30p.m. If you would like to hear more about what UNK has to offer, talk to your teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass

  1. Speech and Drama students we are working the concession stand tonight at 5:30. The sign-up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room. Thanks for your help!

  2. The volleyball game will be broadcasted Thursday with North Bend Central-Lakeview volleyball match on Columbus radio station KZEN (100.3 FM) and online at www.mycentralnebraska.com.

  1. Scary Movie Night - Friday, Oct. 26 at 8:00 - you must bring a bag chair and for students 9-12 NBC only.

  2. Retake pictures are due back to the office on Tuesday, October 23 or there is a late fee.

  3. State Wrestling ticket order forms are available, see Mrs. Ray. Orders and payment are due back by 3:30 pm Tuesday, October 30th.

9. All 9-12 boys interested in boys basketball, please attend a meeting in Coach Baehr’s room on Wednesday at 7:50 a.m.

10. Madison Trejo please turn in your volleyball uniform asap to Mrs. Treat.

11. Cross Country - Uniform Check-In. You can bring your uniform to Mr. Ziettlow anytime this week.

12. Any student in grades 8-12 who are interested in joining the Close-Up organization and joining us on our trip to Washington D.C. in 2020, there is a meeting in Mr. Streff’s room on Thursday at 7:45 a.m.

13. TAP WAR: Operation Fleece Blanket - National Honor Society is holding a blanket drive to benefit FurEver Homes rescue shelter in Fremont. They need fleece blankets (throw size and twin size) for their dog kennels. (No king/queen size comfoters large blankets, as those are difficult to wash/dry in a regular size washer/dryer) The TAP or homeroom that collects the most blankets between now and TAP on Thursday, October 25 will win a pizza party on Friday, October 26!

Happy Birthday to Lara Dolezal!

Announcements for October 15, 2018

Announcements for October 15, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Philly Sandwich Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Funnel Cakes Tomorrow’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita

Today’s Activities: JV Football vs West Point-Beemer at 5:00 JH Boys Basketball practice begins

1. Tap Band Schedule: Monday: Independent study flute/clarinet/saxophone; Tuesday: Independent study trumpet; Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low winds;

Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: none

2. The University of Nebraska at Kearney rep will be here on Wednesday, October 17th at 1:30p.m. If you would like to hear more about what UNK has to offer, talk to your teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass

  1. Speech and Drama students we are working the concession stand on Tues. Oct. 16 at 5:30. The sign-up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room. Thanks for your help!

  2. 7th and 8th grade boys basketball, you must have a physical before you can practice. PRACTICE STARTS MONDAY, OCT.

15TH. You will dress for practice in the middles school locker room and be taken down to the elementary. Your parents will pick you up from the elementary. You will get out at 3:25 to dress for practice and get on the bus.

  1. The NBC Spirit Squads are partnering with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department to offer a FREE self defense training session to all NBC girls in grades 9-12 and their moms (if interested) and any female faculty/staff members. This will be Monday, Oct. 15 from 7:30-8:30 in the NBC wrestling room. Any/all NBC girls in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend; you don’t have to bring your mom, but it’s encouraged! Light refreshments will be served and you will learn a handful of useful defensive tactics/strategies, practice them on each other and DCSO personnel who will be training us. Join us and be sure to RSVP to Coach Wright in Room A17 ASAP!

  2. Scary Movie Night - Friday, Oct. 26 at 8:00 - you must bring a bag chair and for students 9-12 NBC only.

  3. Retake pictures are due back to the office on Tuesday, October 23 or there is a late fee.

  4. State Wrestling ticket order forms are available, see Mrs. Ray. Orders and payment are due back by 3:30 pm Tuesday, October 30th.

  5. Student Council workers scheduled for JV Football game tonight 4:30 to 6:00: Andrew Hall, Hannah Murray, Amy Murray Chase Ruzicka, Shyann Rolenc, 6:00 to close: Shandra Daul, Ryan Gaughen, Travis Byrd, Jordan Ondracek, Bethany Weibold

10. All 9-12 boys interested in boys basketball, please attend a meeting in Coach Baehr’s room on Wednesday. 11. Madison Trejo please turn in your volleyball uniform asap to Mrs. Treat.
12. Cross Country - Uniform Check-In. You can bring your uniform to Mr. Ziettlow anytime this week.

Announcements for October 12, 2018

Announcements for October 12, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch Monday’s Breakfast: A+ Biscuit Monday’s Lunch: Philly Sandwich

Today’s Activities: Football @ Shelby at 7:00
Tomorrow: EHC Volleyball at 9:15 (we will be playing the 3rd game)

1. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: None
2. The University of Nebraska at Kearney rep will be here on Wednesday, October

17th at 1:30p.m. If you would like to hear more about what UNK has to offer, talk to your teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass

  1. The coin war for Dodge County Relay for Life is going on all week between NBCE and NBC. NBCE is leading after one day. NBC students will be able to deposit your coins in the blue tub in the lunch room area every morning and lunch time. The tub is located by the man on the wall. After lunch the tub will be picked up and you will have to go to the office to deposit coins. Thank you for your participation!

  2. 7th and 8th grade boys basketball, you must have a physical before you can practice. PRACTICE STARTS MONDAY OCT.

15TH. You will dress for practice in the middles school locker room and be taken down to the elementary. Your parents will pick you up from the elementary. You will get out at 3:25 to dress for practice and get on the bus.

  1. The NBC Spirit Squads are partnering with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department to offer a FREE self defense training session to all NBC girls in grades 9-12 and their moms (if interested) and any female faculty/staff members. This will be Monday, Oct. 15 from 7:30-8:30 in the NBC wrestling room. Any/all NBC girls in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend; you don’t have to bring your mom, but it’s encouraged! Light refreshments will be served and you will learn a handful of useful defensive tactics/strategies, practice them on each other and DCSO personnel who will be training us. Join us and be sure to RSVP to Coach Wright in Room A17 ASAP!

  2. JH volleyball girls, please turn in your WASHED uniform to Mrs. Treat by today.

  3. Retake pictures are due back to the office on Tuesday, October 23 or there is a late fee.

  4. FBLA members that would like to order a tshirt, they will cost $10 and are due to Mrs. Miller by today.

  5. Friday’s Spirit Wear Theme for the Football game is Pajama Out... come all warm and cozy, ready to cheer on the Tigers to a

    WIN over the Shelby-Rising City Huskies on their home turf. Then turn around Saturday and come support the volleyball girls

    with an AMERICAN-themed Red, White, and Blue student section in all its glory!

10. Let’s go middle school and high school! If we win the coin war, we can have a costume day on Halloween! As of Wednesday

morning the high school only has $34.32 and Elementary has $114.01 for the Coin Wars. The elementary is laying the smack

down on this building. Step it up high school and middle school.

  1. State Wrestling ticket order forms are available, see Mrs. Ray. Orders and payment are due back by 3:30 pm Tuesday, October

    30th.

  2. Student Council Concession on Monday, Oct. 15 - If you are NOT out for a fall sport, plan on working. Sign-up in Mr.

    Nelson’s room.

  3. Scary Movie Night - Friday, Oct. 26 at 8:00 - you must bring a bag chair and for students 9-12 NBC only.

  4. Dodge County Law Enforcement is patrolling the area to make sure drivers come to a complete, legal stop at stop signs,

    especially near the high school and elementary buildings. Please be cautious and safe when driving to and from school and

    make sure to come to a complete stop and looking both ways at stop signs.

  5. PINK OUT SHIRTS are in if you ordered at the football game...stop by and get them in the office. There are also plenty of sizes

    left of Pink Out shirts if anyone is interested. Stop Mrs. Sterup’s room.

  6. Speech and Drama students we are working the concession stand on Tues. Oct. 16 at 5:30. The sign-up sheet is outside Mr.

    Lafleur’s room. Thanks for your help!

    Happy Birthday over the weekend to Hunter Johnston and Landon Krenzer!

Announcements for October 11th, 2018

Announcements for October 11, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Pig-n-Blanket or Bunza Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Donuts Tomorrow’s Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch

Today’s Activities: EHC Volleyball @ Stanton at 5:30
District Cross Country @ Boone Central at 4:30

1. Tap Band Schedule: ursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None 2. Juice Stop in Fremont is having $1.00 o smoothies with your student I.D. on

ursday.

  1. The coin war for Dodge County Relay for Life is going on all week between NBCE and NBC. NBCE is leading after one day. NBC students will be able to deposit your coins in the blue tub in the lunch room area every morning and lunch time. The tub is located by the man on the wall. After lunch the tub will be picked up and you will have to go to the office to deposit coins. Thank you for your participation!

  2. 7th and 8th grade boys will check out for basketball today after school in Coach Richardson’s room. You must
    have a physical before you can practice. PRACTICE STARTS MONDAY OCT. 15TH. You will dress for practice in the middles school locker room and be taken down to the elementary. Your parents will pick you up from the elementary. You will get out at 3:25 to dress for practice and get on the bus.

  3. The NBC Spirit Squads are partnering with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department to offer a FREE self defense training session to all NBC girls in grades 9-12 and their moms (if interested) and any female faculty/staff members. This will be Monday, Oct. 15 from 7:30-8:30 in the NBC wrestling room. Any/all NBC girls in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend; you don’t have to bring your mom, but it’s encouraged! Light refreshments will be served and you will learn a handful of useful defensive tactics/strategies, practice them on each other and DCSO personnel who will be training us. Join us and be sure to RSVP to Coach Wright in Room A17 ASAP!

  4. JH volleyball girls, please turn in your WASHED uniform to Mrs. Treat by Friday.

  5. Retake pictures are due back to the office on Tuesday, October 23 or there is a late fee.

  6. FBLA members that would like to order a tshirt, they will cost $10 and are due to Mrs. Miller by this Friday, Oct 12th.

  7. Friday’s Spirit Wear Theme for the Football game is Pajama Out... come all warm and cozy, ready to cheer on the Tigers to a

    WIN over the Shelby-Rising City Huskies on their home turf. Then turn around Saturday and come support the volleyball girls

    with an AMERICAN-themed Red, White, and Blue student section in all its glory!

10. Let’s go middle school and high school! If we win the coin war, we can have a costume day on Halloween! As of Wednesday

morning the high school only has $34.32 and Elementary has $114.01 for the Coin Wars. The elementary is laying the smack

down on this building. Step it up high school and middle school.

  1. State Wrestling ticket order forms are available, see Mrs. Ray. Orders and payment are due back by 3:30 pm Tuesday, October

    30th.

  2. Student Council Concession on Monday, Oct. 15 - If you are NOT out for a fall sport, plan on working. Sign-up in Mr.

    Nelson’s room.

  3. Scary Movie Night - Friday, Oct. 26 at 8:00 - you must bring a bag chair and for students 9-12 NBC only.

  4. Dodge County Law Enforcement is patrolling the area to make sure drivers come to a complete, legal stop at stop signs, especially near the high school and elementary buildings. Please be cautious and safe when driving to and from school and make sure to come to a complete stop and looking both ways at stop signs.

  5. PINK OUT SHIRTS are in if you ordered at the football game...stop by and get them in the office. There are also plenty of sizes left of Pink Out shirts if anyone is interested. Stop Mrs. Sterup’s room.

Announcements for October 10, 2018

Announcements for October 10, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Fried or Salisbury Steak Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Chef Choice
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pig-n-Blanket or Bunza

1. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low woodwinds; Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None

2. Juice Stop in Fremont is having $1.00 off smoothies with your student I.D. on Thursday.

  1. The coin war for Dodge County Relay for Life is going on all week between NBCE and NBC. NBCE is leading after one day. NBC students will be able to deposit your coins in the blue tub in the lunch room area every morning and lunch time. The tub is located by the man on the wall. After lunch the tub will be picked up and you will have to go to the office to deposit coins. Thank you for your participation!

  2. 7th and 8th grade boys will check out for basketball today after school in Coach Richardson’s room. You must
    have a physical before you can practice. PRACTICE STARTS MONDAY OCT. 15TH. You will dress for practice in the middles school locker room and be taken down to the elementary. Your parents will pick you up from the elementary. You will get out at 3:25 to dress for practice and get on the bus.

  3. The NBC Spirit Squads are partnering with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department to offer a FREE self defense training session to all NBC girls in grades 9-12 and their moms (if interested) and any female faculty/staff members. This will be Monday, Oct. 15 from 7:30-8:30 in the NBC wrestling room. Any/all NBC girls in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend; you don’t have to bring your mom, but it’s encouraged! Light refreshments will be served and you will learn a handful of useful defensive tactics/strategies, practice them on each other and DCSO personnel who will be training us. Join us and be sure to RSVP to Coach Wright in Room A17 ASAP!

  4. JH volleyball girls, please turn in your WASHED uniform to Mrs. Treat by Friday.

  5. There will be a boys basketball meeting on Wednesday, October 17th at 7:50 a.m. in Coach Baehr’s for anyone who is intending to be out for basketball for the 2018-2019 season. If you are unable to attend the meeting and want to be out for basketball you will need to contact Coach Baehr before the end of the week.

  6. FBLA members that would like to order a tshirt, they will cost $10 and are due to Mrs. Miller by this Friday, Oct 12th.

  7. Friday’s Spirit Wear Theme for the Football game is Pajama Out... come all warm and cozy, ready to cheer on the Tigers to a WIN over the Shelby-Rising City Huskies on their home turf. Then turn around Saturday and come support the volleyball girls with an AMERICAN-themed Red, White, and Blue student section in all its glory!

10. Let’s go middle school and high school! If we win the coin war, we can have a costume day on Halloween!

11. State Wrestling ticket order forms are available, see Mrs. Ray. Orders and payment are due back by 3:30 pm Tuesday, October 30th.

Announcements for October 9,2018

Announcements for October 9, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chili or Chicken Noodle Soup Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Omelets
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Fried or Salisbury Steak

Today’s Activities: Volleyball vs BRLD at 5:30 FFA @ Wayne

1. Tap Band Schedule: Tuesday: Independent study trumpet;b Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low woodwinds; Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None

2. The representative from Wesleyan University will be here on today, October 9th at 10:00. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep should check with their teacher and then see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  1. The coin war for Dodge County Relay for Life is going on all week between NBCE and NBC. NBCE is leading after one day. NBC students will be able to deposit your coins in the blue tub in the lunch room area every morning and lunch time. The tub is located by the man on the wall. After lunch the tub will be picked up and you will have to go to the office to deposit coins. Thank you for your participation!

  2. 7th and 8th grade boys will check out for basketball on Wednesday Oct. 10 after school in Coach Richardson’s room. You must have a physical before you can practice. PRACTICE STARTS MONDAY OCT. 15TH. You will dress for practice in the middles school locker room and be taken down to the elementary. Your parents will pick you up from the elementary. You will get out at 3:25 to dress for practice and get on the bus.

  3. The NBC Spirit Squads are partnering with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department to offer a FREE self defense training session to all NBC girls in grades 9-12 and their moms (if interested) and any female faculty/staff members. This will be Monday, Oct. 15 from 7:30-8:30 in the NBC wrestling room. Any/all NBC girls in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend; you don’t have to bring your mom, but it’s encouraged! Light refreshments will be served and you will learn a handful of useful defensive tactics/strategies, practice them on each other and DCSO personnel who will be training us. Join us and be sure to RSVP to Coach Wright in Room A17 ASAP!

  4. One Act practice Tuesday at 4:00 PM on the stage!

  5. JH volleyball girls, please turn in your WASHED uniform to Mrs. Treat by Friday.

Announcements for October 8, 2018

Announcements for October 8, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Pork Patty or Chicken Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chili or Chicken Noodle Soup

Today’s Activities: JV Football @ Raymond Central at 5:30 JH Volleyball vs Logan View at 4:00

HOSA Officers to Lincoln

1. Tap Band Schedule: Monday: Independent study flute/clarinet/saxophone; Tuesday: Independent study trumpet;b Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low woodwinds; Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None

2. The representative from Wesleyan University will be here on Tuesday, October 9th at
10:00. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep should check with their teacher and then see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

3. ALL 9-12th grade students involved in a Fall Sport, please bring a baby picture of yourself or email one to Mrs. Schwanebeck in the tech office by Monday October 8th. These will be used in a slideshow for Parent’s night at the Volleyball game on October 16th.

  1. 7th and 8th grade boys will check out for basketball on Wednesday Oct. 10 after school in Coach Richardson’s room. You must have a physical before you can practice. PRACTICE STARTS MONDAY OCT. 15TH. You will dress for practice in the middles school locker room and be taken down the elementary. Your parents will pick you up from the elementary. You will get out at 3:25 to dress for practice and get on the bus.

  2. The NBC Spirit Squads are partnering with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department to offer a FREE self defense training session to all NBC girls in grades 9-12 and their moms (if interested) and any female faculty/staff members. This will be Monday, Oct. 15 from 7:30-8:30 in the NBC wrestling room. Any/all NBC girls in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend; you don’t have to bring your mom, but it’s encouraged! Light refreshments will be served and you will learn a handful of useful defensive tactics/strategies, practice them on each other and DCSO personnel who will be training us. Join us and be sure to RSVP to Coach Wright in Room A17 ASAP!

  3. This Week is the Coin War AGAINST the grade school. It is a coin war so ONLY COINS can be brought, there will be a container for you drop coins in, will let you know the location by Monday. Grade School building bulldozed this building last year in the Penny War so lets step it up this year for Dodge County Relay for Life. Start collecting your coins now.

  4. One Act practice Tuesday at 4:00 PM on the stage!

    Happy Birthday to Keirra del Valle!

Announcements for October 5, 2018

Announcements for October 5, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Hamburger/Cheeseburger Monday’s Breakfast: Pop Tarts
Monday’s Lunch: Pork or Chicken Patty

Today’s Activities: FB at Aquinas 7:00 PM

1. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: None

2. The representative from Nebraska Wesleyan University will be here on Tuesday, October 9th at 10:00. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep should check with their teacher and then see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass

3. ALL 9-12th grade students involved in a Fall Sport, please bring a baby picture of yourself or email one to Mrs. Schwanebeck in the tech office by Monday October 8th. These will be used in a slideshow for Parent’s night at the Volleyball game on October 16th.

4. FBLA Dues of $15 due to Mrs. Miller by today.

5. The NBC Spirit Squads are partnering with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department to offer a FREE self-defense training session to all NBC girls in grades 9-12 and their moms (if interested) and any female faculty/staff members. This will be Monday, Oct. 15 from 7:30-8:30 in the NBC wrestling room. Any/all NBC girls in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend; you don’t have to bring your mom, but it’s encouraged! Light refreshments will be served and you will learn a handful of useful defensive tactics/strategies, practice them on each other and DCSO personnel who will be training us. Join us and be sure to RSVP to Coach Wright in Room A17 ASAP!

6. Next Week is the Coin War AGAINST the grade school. It is a coin war so ONLY COINS can be brought, there will be a container for you drop coins in, will let you know the location by Monday. Grade School building bulldozed this building last year in the Penny War so let’s step it up this year for Dodge County Relay for Life. Start collecting your coins now.

7. Today is National Manufacturing Day! Did you know: Manufacturers in Nebraska account for 12.07 percent of the total output in the state, employing 9.6 percent of the workforce. Total output from manufacturing was $13.76 BILLION in 2015. In addition, there were 97,300 manufacturing employees in Nebraska in 2017, with an average annual compensation of $58,572. Now you know!

8. ALL Sophomores-Please check your nbtigers email for a sign-up for the Midland University Career day on January 23rd. PLEASE read the instructions before you try to sign up. To be able to attend you must sign up before October 31st and if you have any questions, please see Mrs. Gaughen.

Happy Birthday: Ashley Humlicek today, Lauren Emanuel and Chase Ruzicka on Saturday, Alaini Norris on Sunday.

Announcements for October 4, 2018

Announcements for October 4, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Buttercrust and Tomato Soup Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Coffee Cake
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: District Softball @ Wisner
Volleyball @ Tekamah-Herman at 6:00

JH Volleyball @ Raymond Central at 5:00 EHC Cross Country @ Logan View at 5:00 Skills USA @ Hastings

1. Tap Band Schedule: Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None
2. The representative from Wesleyan University will be here on Tuesday, October 9th at 10:00. Any junior or senior that would like to

meet with the rep should check with their teacher and then see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

3. ALL 9-12th grade students involved in a Fall Sport, please bring a baby picture of yourself or email one to Mrs. Schwanebeck in the tech office by Monday October 8th. These will be used in a slideshow for Parent’s night at the Volleyball game on October 16th.

  1. FBLA Dues of $15 due to Mrs. Miller by Friday, October 5th.

  2. The NBC Spirit Squads are partnering with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department to offer a FREE self defense training session to all NBC girls in grades 9-12 and their moms (if interested) and any female faculty/staff members. This will be Monday, Oct. 15 from 7:30-8:30 in the NBC wrestling room. Any/all NBC girls in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend; you don’t have to bring your mom, but it’s encouraged! Light refreshments will be served and you will learn a handful of useful defensive tactics/strategies, practice them on each other and DCSO personnel who will be training us. Join us and be sure to RSVP to Coach Wright in Room A17 ASAP!

  3. Next Week is the Coin War AGAINST the grade school. It is a coin war so ONLY COINS can be brought, there will be a container for you drop coins in, will let you know the location by Monday. Grade School building bulldozed this building last year in the Penny War so lets step it up this year for Dodge County Relay for Life. Start collecting your coins now.

Happy Birthday to Brooke Van Nortwick!

Announcements for October 3, 2018

Announcements for October 3, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Oriental
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pancake on a Stick Tomorrow’s Lunch: Buttercrust and Tomato Soup

Today’s Activities: Seniors @ Midland University

1. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low woodwinds; Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None

2. Softall t-shirts on sale for $8.00 in various sizes. See Mr. Nelson soon if interested!

3. ALL 9-12th grade students involved in a Fall Sport, please bring a baby picture of yourself or email one to Mrs. Schwanebeck in the tech office by Monday October 8th. These will be used in a slideshow for Parent’s night at the Volleyball game on October 16th.

  1. One-Act Crew meeting in Mr. Wright’s Room (A1) Thursday morning a 7:40am

  2. FBLA Dues of $15 due to Mrs. Miller by Friday, October 5th.

  3. Xenon Academy in Omaha is having an open house October 7 from 12-3pm. Students interested in Cosmetology and Esthetics (skin care) must RSVP ASAP. See Mrs. Wright in Room A17 for details or visit xenonacademy.net!

  4. The NBC Spirit Squads are partnering with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department to offer a FREE self defense training session to all NBC girls in grades 9-12 and their moms (if interested) and any female faculty/staff members. This will be Monday, Oct. 15 from 7:30-8:30 in the NBC wrestling room. Any/all NBC girls in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend; you don’t have to bring your mom, but it’s encouraged! Light refreshments will be served and you will learn a handful of useful defensive tactics/strategies, practice them on each other and DCSO personnel who will be training us. Join us and be sure to RSVP to Coach Wright in Room A17 ASAP!

  5. Non-mandatory One Act practice this evening at 4:30 PM on the stage!

Happy Birthday to Tanner Wietfeld!

Announcements for October 2, 2018

Announcements for October 2, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Cream Chicken over Mashed Potatoes Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Biscuits & Gravy
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Oriental

Today’s Activities: Softball at 5:00 ~ Parents Night JH Football vs Arlington at 5:30

FFA Land Judging @ Oakland

1. Tap Band Schedule: Tuesday: Independent study flute/clarinet/saxophone/trumpet; Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low woodwinds; Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None

2. 8-12 grade students: If you are interested in joining FBLA, or finding out what it’s all about, join us Wednesday morning, October 3rd at 7:45 in Mrs. Miller’s room for an informational meeting.

3. ALL 9-12th grade students involved in a Fall Sport, please bring a baby picture of yourself or email one to Mrs. Schwanebeck in the tech office by Monday October 8th. These will be used in a slideshow for Parent’s night at the Volleyball game on October 16th.

  1. One-Act Crew meeting in Mr. Wright’s Room (A1) Thursday morning a 7:40am

  2. FBLA Dues of $15 due to Mrs. Miller by Friday, October 5th.

  3. Xenon Academy in Omaha is having an open house October 7 from 12-3pm. Students interested in Cosmetology and Esthetics (skin care) must RSVP ASAP. See Mrs. Wright in Room A17 for details or visit xenonacademy.net!

  4. Ladies: Don’t forget to RSVP to Coach Wright your interest in attending the FREE self defense training Monday, Oct. 15 from 7:30-8:30! Any/all NBC girls grades 9-12 are invited. Bring a friend and RSVP today!

8. The rep from Buena Vista University in Storm Lake, Iowa will be here today, October 2nd at 2:15. If you would like to learn more about what Buena Vista has to offer, talk to the teacher you will have at that time to okay it and then see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

9. SENIORS- Please check your nbtigers email for information about the college/job fair we will be attending at Fremont High School on Wednesday, October 3rd from 9:30-11:30. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  1. The NBC Spirit Squads are partnering with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department to offer a FREE self defense training session to all NBC girls in grades 9-12 and their moms (if interested) and any female faculty/staff members. This will be Monday, Oct. 15 from 7:30-8:30 in the NBC wrestling room. Any/all NBC girls in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend; you don’t have to bring your mom, but it’s encouraged! Light refreshments will be served and you will learn a handful of useful defensive tactics/strategies, practice them on each other and DCSO personnel who will be training us. Join us and be sure to RSVP to Coach Wright in Room A17 ASAP!

  2. Softall t-shirts on sale for $8.00 in various sizes. See Mr. Nelson soon if interested!

    Happy Birthday to Zach Borer!

Announcements for September 28, 2018

Announcements for September 28, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog

Today’s Activities: Football vs Centennial at 7:00 (smile at the cameras) Tomorrow: JV Volleyball @ Stanton at 9:00
No School Monday ~ Teacher In-Service

1. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: None

2. e following students need to email Mrs. Hanson TODAY to let her know if they would like to attend Newsies on November 9 at Midland: Callie G, Sami M, Dani R, Abby P, Keirra d, Bailey R, Marie B, Lexi M and anyone else in One Acts or planning on participating in the musical that would like to go.

3. ALL 9-12th grade students involved in a Fall Sport, please bring a baby picture of yourself or email one to Mrs. Schwanebeck in the tech office by Monday October 8th. These will be used in a slideshow for Parent’s night at the Volleyball game on October 16th.

  1. PINK OUT starts next month. This Friday at the football game we will be selling pink out shirts to wear throughout the month of October to various activities. The cost is $10 a shirt. They are pre-ordered so get your shirt before your size is gone. All proceeds will go to Dodge County Relay for Life. There will be all kinds of activities happening through the month of October for Pink Out....make sure to read announcements.

  2. Tonights football game theme is White Out.

  3. Xenon Academy in Omaha is having an open house October 7 from 12-3pm. Students interested in Cosmetology and Esthetics (skin care) must RSVP ASAP. See Mrs. Wright in Room A17 for details or visit xenonacademy.net!

  4. Today is the last day to apply to be on the Crew for the NBC One Act. See Mr. Wright for an application.

  5. The last day to register for the October 27th ACT without a late fee is today. If you have questions or need registration help,

    please see Mrs. Gaughen.

9. Attention all juniors and seniors and your parents: EducationQuest will be hosting a Financial Aid Program webinar on Monday,

October 1st at 6:00p.m. in the Tiger Den. If you and your parents would like to learn more about applying for the FASFA, scholarships and other important college bound information, please RSVP with Mrs. Gaughen by October 1st at 2:00p.m. and childcare will also be available.

10. The rep from Buena Vista University in Storm Lake, Iowa will be here Tuesday, October 2nd at 2:15. If you would like to learn more about what Buena Vista has to offer, talk to the teacher you will have at that time to okay it and then see Mrs. Gaughen

for a pass.

SENIORS- Please check your nbtigers email for information about the college/job fair we will be attending at Fremont High School on Wednesday, October 3rd from 9:30-11:30. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

11.

  1. The NBC Spirit Squads are partnering with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department to offer a FREE self defense training session to all NBC girls in grades 9-12 and their moms (if interested) and any female faculty/staff members. This will be Monday, Oct. 15 from 7:30-8:30 in the NBC wrestling room. Any/all NBC girls in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend; you don’t have to bring your mom, but it’s encouraged! Light refreshments will be served and you will learn a handful of useful defensive tactics/strategies, practice them on each other and DCSO personnel who will be training us. Join us and be sure to RSVP to Coach Wright in Room A17 ASAP!

  2. 8-12 grade students: If you are interested in joining FBLA, or finding out what it’s all about, join us Wednesday morning, October 3rd at 7:45 in Mrs. Miller’s room for an informational meeting.

Absent:

Happy Birthday to Marie Barnes!

Announcements for September 27, 2018

Announcements for September 27, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Crispitos
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog

Today’s Activities: Picture Retakes
Softball vs Wisner-Pilger at 5:00

Volleyball @ Malcolm at 5:30 CC @ Boystown at 4:00

1. Tap Band Schedule: Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None
2.
7-12th FPS - there will be a meeting at 7:30 on Friday in Mrs. Cody’s room. We have 3 more meetings to have Steps 1-3

completed.
3. ALL 9-12th grade students involved in a Fall Sport, please bring a baby picture of yourself or email one to Mrs. Schwanebeck in

the tech office by Monday October 8th. These will be used in a slideshow for Parent’s night at the Volleyball game on October

16th.

  1. PINK OUT starts next month. This Friday at the football game we will be selling pink out shirts to wear throughout the month of

    October to various activities. The cost is $10 a shirt. They are pre-ordered so get your shirt before your size is gone. All proceeds will go to Dodge County Relay for Life. There will be all kinds of activities happening through the month of October for Pink Out....make sure to read announcements.

  2. Friday nights football game theme is White Out.

  3. Xenon Academy in Omaha is having an open house October 7 from 12-3pm. Students interested in Cosmetology and Esthetics

    (skin care) must RSVP ASAP. See Mrs. Wright in Room A17 for details or visit xenonacademy.net!

  4. We apologize for the foam trays at lunch, but due to the water situation we will have these for a few days.

8. A few items were left at the dance Friday night. If you are missing jewelry or a tie, please come to the office.
9. The Marine recruiter and now Marine Ben Dostal will be here today, September 27th at 2:30. If you would like to hear

more about what the military has to offer for career and educational opportunities, please talk to your teacher and see Mrs.

Gaughen for a pass.
10. The last day to register for the October 27th ACT without a late fee is September 28th. If you have questions or need

registration help, please see Mrs. Gaughen.
11. Attention all juniors and seniors and your parents: EducationQuest will be hosting a Financial Aid Program webinar on Monday,

October 1st at 6:00p.m. in the Tiger Den. If you and your parents would like to learn more about applying for the FASFA, scholarships and other important college bound information, please RSVP with Mrs. Gaughen by October 1st at 2:00p.m. and childcare will also be available.

  1. The rep from Buena Vista University in Storm Lake, Iowa will be here Tuesday, October 2nd at 2:15. If you would like to learn more about what Buena Vista has to offer, talk to the teacher you will have at that time to okay it and then see Mrs. Gaughen

    for a pass.

  2. High School Football Players, Managers and Coaches - dinner will at the Masonic Lodge tonight after practice. Come

    Hungry!!

  3. SENIORS- Please check your nbtigers email for information about the college/job fair we will be attending at Fremont High

    School on Wednesday, October 3rd from 9:30-11:30. See Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

15. The NBC Spirit Squads are partnering with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department to offer a FREE self defense training

session to all NBC girls in grades 9-12 and their moms (if interested) and any female faculty/staff members. This will be Monday, Oct. 15 from 7:30-8:30 in the NBC wrestling room. Any/all NBC girls in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend; you don’t have to bring your mom, but it’s encouraged! Light refreshments will be served and you will learn a handful of useful defensive tactics/strategies, practice them on each other and DCSO personnel who will be training us. Join us and be sure to RSVP to Coach Wright in Room A17 ASAP!

Happy Birthday to Olivia Tawney!

Announcements for September 25, 2018

Announcements for September 25, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Deli Ham or Turkey Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pop Tarts Tomorrow’s Lunch: Macho Nacho

Today’s Activities: JH Football vs Raymond Central at 5:00 Softball @ Lakeview at 5:00

Volleyball vs Twin River at 5:30

1. Tap Band Schedule: Tuesday: Independent study trumpet; Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low woodwinds; Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None

2. Picture retakes will be on Thursday. Picture order forms from the first time need to be turned in that day also.

  1. Wednesday is the last day to sign up for the John Baylor Test Prep sessions. Register with Mrs. Ray, the cost is only $40.

  2. PINK OUT starts next month. This Friday at the football game we will be selling pink out shirts to wear throughout the month of October to various activities. The cost is $10 a shirt. They are pre-ordered so get your shirt before your size is gone. All proceeds will go to Dodge County Relay for Life. There will be all kinds of activities happening through the month of October for Pink Out....make sure to read announcements.

  3. Friday, September 28 we will be selling shirts at football game not September 29. Thank you!

  4. Xenon Academy in Omaha is having an open house October 7 from 12-3pm. Students interested in Cosmetology and Esthetics (skin care) must RSVP ASAP. See Mrs. Wright in Room A17 for details or visit xenonacademy.net!

  5. We apologize for the foam trays at lunch, but due to the water situation we will have these for a few days.

  6. Speech and Drama- we work the concession stand on Tues. Sept. 25 at 5:30. Thanks to those who’ve already signed up to work. The sign-up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room.

  7. The Marine recruiter and now Marine Ben Dostal will be here on Thursday, September 27th at 2:30. If you would like to hear more about what the military has to offer for career and educational opportunities, please talk to your teacher and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

10. The last day to register for the October 27th ACT without a late fee is September 28th. If you have questions or need registration help, please see Mrs. Gaughen.

11. Attention all juniors and seniors and your parents: EducationQuest will be hosting a Financial Aid Program webinar on Monday, October 1st at 6:00p.m. in the Tiger Den. If you and your parents would like to learn more about applying for the FASFA, scholarships and other important college bound information, please RSVP with Mrs. Gaughen by October 1st at 2:00p.m. and childcare will also be available.

12. Mandatory One Act Cast practice tomorrow morning at 7:30 AM in Mrs. Hanson’s Room!

Happy Birthday to Kelsi Korth!

Announcements for September 26th, 2018

 

Announcements for September 26, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Macho Nacho Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs Tomorrow’s Lunch: Crispitos

1. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low woodwinds; ursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None

2. Picture retakes will be on ursday. Picture order forms due ursday or there is a late fee.

  1. Today is the last day to sign up for the John Baylor Test Prep sessions. Register with Mrs. Ray, the cost is only $40.

  2. PINK OUT starts next month. This Friday at the football game we will be selling pink out shirts to wear throughout the month of October to various activities. The cost is $10 a shirt. They are pre-ordered so get your shirt before your size is gone. All proceeds

    will go to Dodge County Relay for Life. There will be all kinds of activities happening through the month of October for Pink

    Out....make sure to read announcements.

  3. Friday nights football game theme is White Out.

  4. Xenon Academy in Omaha is having an open house October 7 from 12-3pm. Students interested in Cosmetology and Esthetics

    (skin care) must RSVP ASAP. See Mrs. Wright in Room A17 for details or visit xenonacademy.net!

  5. We apologize for the foam trays at lunch, but due to the water situation we will have these for a few days.

8. A few items were left at the dance Friday night. If you are missing jewelry or a tie, please come to the office.
9. The Marine recruiter and now Marine Ben Dostal will be here on Thursday, September 27th at 2:30. If you would like to hear

more about what the military has to offer for career and educational opportunities, please talk to your teacher and see Mrs.

Gaughen for a pass.
10. The last day to register for the October 27th ACT without a late fee is September 28th. If you have questions or need

registration help, please see Mrs. Gaughen.
11. Attention all juniors and seniors and your parents: EducationQuest will be hosting a Financial Aid Program webinar on Monday,

October 1st at 6:00p.m. in the Tiger Den. If you and your parents would like to learn more about applying for the FASFA, scholarships and other important college bound information, please RSVP with Mrs. Gaughen by October 1st at 2:00p.m. and childcare will also be available.

  1. The rep from Buena Vista University in Storm Lake, Iowa will be here Tuesday, October 2nd at 2:15. If you would like to learn more about what Buena Vista has to offer, talk to the teacher you will have at that time to okay it and then see Mrs. Gaughen

    for a pass.

  2. High School Football Players, Managers and Coaches - dinner will at the Masonic Lodge Thursday night after practice. Come

    Hungry!!

  3. 7-12th FPS - there will be a meeting at 7:30 on Friday in Mrs. Cody’s room. We have 3 more meetings to have Steps 1-3

    completed.

  4. The NBC Spirit Squads are partnering with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department to offer a FREE self defense training

    session to all NBC girls in grades 9-12 and their moms (if interested) and any female faculty/staff members. This will be Monday, Oct. 15 from 7:30-8:30 in the NBC wrestling room. Any/all NBC girls in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend; you don’t have to bring your mom, but it’s encouraged! Light refreshments will be served and you will learn a handful of useful defensive tactics/strategies, practice them on each other and DCSO personnel who will be training us. Join us and be sure to RSVP to Coach Wright in Room A17 ASAP!

  5. Congratulations to the following HOSA officers: President - Faith Taylor, Vice-President - Cami Faltin, Secretary - Emmi Norris, Treasurer - Paige Swanson and Historian Reporter - Rachel Adams

  6. Don’t forget to vote today- all day today - over and over again on the KETV Channel 7 Operation Football Game of the Week. Be sure your teacher gives you permission to do so and during lunch there will be a competition between lunches on which lunch shift can place the most votes.

    Happy Birthday to Cole Kluthe!

Announcements for September 24th, 2018

Announcements for September 24, 2018

 

Today’s Lunch: Pizza

Tomorrow’s Breakfast: A+ Biscuit

Tomorrow’s  Lunch: Deli Ham or Deli Turkey

 

Today’s Activities: Cross Country at Kearney 1:00

                                  JV Football at Logan View 5:30

                                 JH Volleyball at Schuyler Middle School 4:30.

          Softball at David City Softball Complex 5:00

                     Skills USA to Lincoln

 

Tomorrow’s Activities: JH Football home vs Raymond Central 5:00

                                    Girls Varsity Softball at Columbus Lakeview 5:00

                           Volleyball home vs Twin River 5:30

 

 

 

1. Please excuse Junior High VB players today at 3:20.

 

2. Xenon Academy in Omaha is having an open house October 7 from 12-3pm. Students interested in Cosmetology and Esthetics

(skin care) must RSVP ASAP. See Mrs. Wright in Room A17 for details or visit xenonacademy.net!

 

 

3. Speech and Drama- we work the concession stand on Tues. Sept. 25 at 5:30. Thanks to those who’ve already signed up to work.

The sign-up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room.

 

 

4. Picture Retakes are Thursday, September 27th.

 

5. Unified Bowling meeting tomorrow morning 7:30 am.

 

6. Wednesday is the last day to sign up for the John Baylor Test Prep sessions. Register with Mrs. Ray, the cost is only $40.

 

7. PINK OUT starts next month. This Friday at the football game we will be selling pink out shirts to wear throughout the month of October to various activities. The cost is $10 a shirt. They are pre-ordered so get your shirt before your size is gone. All proceeds will go to Dodge County Relay for Life. There will be all kinds of activities happening through the month of October for Pink Out....make sure to read announcements.

 

8. Friday, September 28 we will be selling shirts at football game not September 29. Thank you

 

9.  JV Football players load up at 3:50 leave at 4:00 sharp.

 

10.  Softball makeup game with DC Aquinas today.  Please dismiss players at 3:15.

 

11. Softball at Columbus tomorrow (Tuesday) please dismiss players from 7th period at 3:00 p.m.

 

 

 

Happy Birthday:  Ricky Macario

Announcements for September 21, 2018

Announcements for September 21, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger Monday’s Breakfast: Funnel Cakes Monday’s Lunch: Pizza

Today’s Activities: Football vs Twin River at 7:00 Tomorrow: EHC Softball @ NBC at 9:00

Volleyball @ David City at 11:00

1. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: None

2. NBC One Act Cast list is posted outside room A-1!! Pick-up your script from Mr. Wright today!

3. Juniors working the concession stand. We will start to set up at 5:45. We still need some more workers during half-time. Football players - ask your parents if they can help us out just during half-time. They won’t have to miss one minute of your game! We also need more help cleaning up after half-time. We will be done before the end of the game.

4. Breakfast after Homecoming at the VFW.

5. Juniors & Seniors: The Omaha Area College Fair is THIS Sunday, Sept. 23 from 1-4pm at the UNO Sapp Fieldhouse at 60th
& Dodge Streets. Admission is FREE and over 120 colleges will be there! Before you attend, visit NebraskaCollegeFairs.org
to register for a barcode. Print the barcode or save it to your smartphone so you can let college reps scan your code to collect your information and send you scholarship offers, etc.!

  1. Xenon Academy in Omaha is having an open house October 7 from 12-3pm. Students interested in Cosmetology and Esthetics (skin care) must RSVP ASAP. See Mrs. Wright in Room A17 for details or visit xenonacademy.net!

  2. 9-12 grade students: Voting for homecoming king and queen will take place during your lunch. Please bring your device. You will receive an email and will vote for one boy and one girl.

  3. Speech and Drama- we work the concession stand on Tues. Sept. 25 at 5:30. Thanks to those who’ve already signed up to work. The sign-up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room.

Announcements for September 20, 2018

Announcements for September 20, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Fish and Mac n’ Cheese Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Variety of Muffins Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: Softball @ Aquinas at 4:30 Volleyball @ West Point at 5:30

Congratulations to the following -
Honor Guard: Zach Borer, Sam Buckingham, Cole Kluthe, Jacob Ray, Chase Ruzicka, Allysa Jensen, Emerson Peters, Hannah Mullally, Elsa Rasmussen, Allysa Winkelman Homecoming Court: John Emanuel, Joe Howser, Louis Johnson, Tanner Wietfeld, Zander Ziettlow, Grace Brodd, Cami Faltin, Paige Swanson, Faith Taylor, Keirra del Valle

1. Tap Band Schedule: Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None

2. We’ve got spirit, yes we do! We need a new Turbo, how about you?! The Spirit Squads are seeking interested applicants to serve as the official NBC Turbo the Tiger mascot at home games, pep rallies, and tournaments. This opportunity is open to students in grades 6-12 and you can get more information from Coach Wright in Room A17. Stop by and ask and GO TIGERS!

  1. Juniors working the concession stand. We will start to set up at 5:45. We still need some more workers during half-time. Football players - ask your parents if they can help us out just during half-time. They won’t have to miss one minute of your game! We also need more help cleaning up after half-time. We will be done before the end of the game.

  2. Breakfast after Homecoming at the VFW.

  3. Homecoming Week:
    Friday: Traditional NBC Spirit wear: Anything Black/Orange/NBC-related. Homecoming in Hollywood promises to be a FUN week, but only if YOU participate! Plan ahead and LET’S GO TIGERS!

  4. Xenon Academy in Omaha is having an open house October 7 from 12-3pm. Students interested in Cosmetology and Esthetics (skin care) must RSVP ASAP. See Mrs. Wright in Room A17 for details or visit xenonacademy.net!

  5. Softball players will need dismissed after 6th period.

    Happy Birthday to Jezi Bell!

Announcements for September 19, 2018

Announcements for September 19, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Potato Boats
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Yogurt Parfait Tomorrow’s Lunch: Fish and Mac n’ Cheese

Today’s Activities: Assembly at 10:00

1. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low woodwinds; Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None

2. We’ve got spirit, yes we do! We need a new Turbo, how about you?! The Spirit Squads are seeking interested applicants to serve as the official NBC Turbo the Tiger mascot at home games, pep rallies, and tournaments. This opportunity is open to students in grades 6-12 and you can get more information from Coach Wright in Room A17. Stop by and ask and GO TIGERS!

  1. Students interested in a career in the Automotive industry (auto body, mechanics, etc.): there is a FREE Career Expo where you can tour Southeast Community College’s automotive technology classrooms and learn about the variety of career opportunities in the automotive industry. This is Tuesday, October 19 from 7-9pm at SCC in Lincoln. All juniors and seniors interested should see Mrs. Wright for information on RSVPing ASAP!

  2. Taking the ACT this fall? What help preparing for it? If so, sign up with Mrs. Ray for the John Baylor Test Prep sessions. You must signup by September 26th to participate, the cost is only $40 and the first session is Oct. 8th. See Mrs. Ray with any questions.

  3. One Act Auditions for “The Infamous Soothing System of Professor Maillard” adopted by Raleigh Marcell Jr. will be held on Wednesday, September 19th, at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM, and Thursday, September 20th, at 7:30 AM in Mrs. Hanson’s Room. Applications can be picked up outside of Mr. Wright’s room.

  4. Homecoming Week: Thursday: Thrift Store Thursday. (This one’s a CHALLENGE: grab some friends and head to any thrift shop/consignment store and stock up on all the best gear; POP THOSE TAGS, but REMEMBER your RECEIPT, because we’ll see who looks the most fly on a shoestring budget! Prizes for the top three ensembles with accompanying thrift store receipts!) Friday: Traditional NBC Spirit wear: Anything Black/Orange/NBC-related. Homecoming in Hollywood promises to be a FUN week, but only if YOU participate! Plan ahead and LET’S GO TIGERS!

  5. SkillsUSA - We will have an ALL MEMBER meeting on Thursday in Mr. Wright’s room at 7:30 a.m. See you there!

  6. Juniors have the concession stand for Homecoming football game. If you didn’t sell enough plants last spring to meet your quota, you can work the concession stand and still have a free Prom. Cheerleaders can help set up and during half-time, Dance team can help setup and second half. and Band members can help after half-time. Football players can have their parents help during half- time rush. Help from everyone is needed. Sign up sheets are on Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s office door and in Ms. Morgan’s room.

Announcements for September 18, 2018

Announcements for September 18, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast Stix Tomorrow’s Lunch: Potato Boats

Today’s Activities: JH Football @ Ft. Calhoun at 5:00 Volleyball vs Oakland-Craig at 5:30

JH Volleyball vs David City 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. HOSA officer applications due to Mrs. Treat today.

  1. Outside date forms are available in the office if you plan on bringing an outside date to Homecoming. Please return the form to the office by Tuesday, September 18th. Cost to get in to the dance is $5.00 per person.

  2. Taking the ACT this fall? What help preparing for it? If so, sign up with Mrs. Ray for the John Baylor Test Prep sessions. You must signup by September 26th to participate, the cost is only $40 and the first session is Oct. 8th. See Mrs. Ray with any questions.

  3. One Act Auditions for “The Infamous Soothing System of Professor Maillard” adopted by Raleigh Marcell Jr. will be held on Wednesday, September 19th, at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM, and Thursday, September 20th, at 7:30 AM in Mrs. Hanson’s Room. Applications can be picked up outside of Mr. Wright’s room.

  4. Homecoming Week: Wednesday: What NOT to Wear Wednesday. (Wear anything SCHOOL APPROPRIATE that’s TOTALLY TACKY. Think socks with sandals, big ol’ visors... anything Coach Streff wears on the regular... get TACKY, Tigers!) Thursday: Thrift Store Thursday. (This one’s a CHALLENGE: grab some friends and head to any thrift shop/consignment store and stock up on all the best gear; POP THOSE TAGS, but REMEMBER your RECEIPT, because we’ll see who looks the most fly on a shoestring budget! Prizes for the top three ensembles with accompanying thrift store receipts!) Friday: Traditional NBC Spirit wear: Anything Black/Orange/NBC-related. Homecoming in Hollywood promises to be a FUN week, but only if YOU participate! Plan ahead and LET’S GO TIGERS!

  5. . SkillsUSA - We will have an ALL MEMBER meeting on Thursday in Mr. Wright’s room at 7:30 a.m. See you there!

  6. Juniors have the concession stand for Homecoming football game. If you didn’t sell enough plants last spring to meet your quota, you can work the concession stand and still have a free Prom. Cheerleaders can help set up and during half-time, Dance team can help setup and second half. and Band members can help after half-time. Football players can have their parents help during half- time rush. Help from everyone is needed. Sign up sheets are on Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s office door and in Ms. Morgan’s room.

  7. Students interested in a career in the Automotive industry (auto body, mechanics, etc.): there is a FREE Career Expo where you can tour Southeast Community College’s automotive technology classrooms and learn about the variety of career opportunities in the automotive industry. This is Tuesday, October 19 from 7-9pm at SCC in Lincoln. All juniors and seniors interested should see Mrs. Wright for information on RSVPing ASAP!

Announcements for September 17th, 2018

Announcements for September 17, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Biscuit & Gravy Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs

Today’s Activities: JH Volleyball @ Dodge at 5:00 Softball @ Hwy 91 at 5:00

C Volleyball @ Scribner at 6:00 JV Football @ Lyons at 6:00

1. Tap Band Schedule: Monday: Independent study ute/clarinet/saxophone; Tuesday: Independent study trumpet; Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low woodwinds; ursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None

2. All JV Football players need to be on the bus by 3:50 today to go to Lyons.

  1. Outside date forms are available in the office if you plan on bringing an outside date to Homecoming. Please return the form to the office by Tuesday, September 18th. Cost to get in to the dance is $5.00 per person.

  2. Taking the ACT this fall? What help preparing for it? If so, sign up with Mrs. Ray for the John Baylor Test Prep sessions. You must signup by September 26th to participate, the cost is only $40 and the first session is Oct. 8th. See Mrs. Ray with any questions.

  3. One Act Auditions for “The Infamous Soothing System of Professor Maillard” adopted by Raleigh Marcell Jr. will be held on Tuesday, September 18th, at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM, Wednesday, September 19th, at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM, and Thursday, September 20th, at 7:30 AM in Mrs. Hanson’s Room. Applications can be picked up outside of Mr. Wright’s room.

  4. Homecoming Week: Tuesday: Trendy Tuesday (wear any of the latest trends, hot designers (even if you fake it), and rock the run way!) Wednesday: What NOT to Wear Wednesday. (Wear anything SCHOOL APPROPRIATE that’s TOTALLY TACKY. Think socks with sandals, big ol’ visors... anything Coach Streff wears on the regular... get TACKY, Tigers!) Thursday: Thrift Store Thursday. (This one’s a CHALLENGE: grab some friends and head to any thrift shop/consignment store and stock up on all the best gear; POP THOSE TAGS, but REMEMBER your RECEIPT, because we’ll see who looks the most fly on a shoestring budget! Prizes for the top three ensembles with accompanying thrift store receipts!) Friday: Traditional NBC Spirit wear: Any thing Black/Orange/NBC-related. Homecoming in Hollywood promises to be a FUN week, but only if YOU participate! Plan ahead and LET’S GO TIGERS!

  5. Did you lose your glasses - if so, come to the office because we have a pair!

  6. Juniors have the concession stand for Homecoming football game. If you didn’t sell enough plants last spring to meet your quota, you can work the concession stand and still have a free Prom. Cheerleaders can help set up and during half-time, Dance team can help setup and second half. and Band members can help after half-time. Football players can have their parents help during half- time rush. Help from everyone is needed. Sign up sheets are on Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s office door and in Ms. Morgan’s room.

  7. Students interested in a career in the Automotive industry (auto body, mechanics, etc.): there is a FREE Career Expo where you can tour Southeast Community College’s automotive technology classrooms and learn about the variety of career opportunities in the automotive industry. This is Tuesday, October 19 from 7-9pm at SCC in Lincoln. All juniors and seniors interested should see Mrs. Wright for information on RSVPing ASAP!

10. SkillsUSA - We will have an ALL MEMBER meeting on Thursday in Mr. Wright’s room at 7:30 a.m. See you there!
11. HOSA officer applications need to be turned in to Mrs. Treat by tomorrow.
12. JH Volleyball game is at Dodge tonight.
13. New StuCo members meet at 7:30a.m. in south commons tomorrow for trash pick-up. Mr. Nelson will have gloves and bags.

Happy Birthday to Taylor Ortmeier!

Announcements for September 14, 2018

ANNOUNCEMENTS SEPTEMBER 14, 2018
Today’s Lunch: Chicken Spaghetti Bake or Chef Salad
Monday’s Breakfast: Chef Choice
Monday’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita
Today’s Activities: FB at Grand Island Central Catholic 7:00
Tomorrow’s Activities: Softball at Plattsmouth Invite 9:00 am
FFA Freshman VB tournament 8:00 am at NBC
1. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: None
2. Seniors - Please get your class dues of $20 to Zander Gibney by today.
3. There is a retainer in the office.
4. HOSA members - get your application forms and $14 dues to Mrs. Treat by today.
5. One Act Auditions for “The Infamous Soothing System of Professor Maillard” adopted by Raleigh Marcell Jr. will
be held on Tuesday, September 18th, at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM, Wednesday, September 19th, at 7:30 AM and 4:00
PM, and Thursday, September 20th, at 7:30 AM in Mrs. Hanson’s Room. Applications can be picked up outside of
Mr. Wright’s room.
6. Homecoming Week is NEXT Week, and it promises to bring out ALL the NBC Stars! It’s “2018: Homecoming in
Hollywood”! Get prepped to celebrate with our Spirit Days to accompany our star-studded theme: Monday:
Malibu Monday (wear any SCHOOL-APPROPRIATE Beach wear and shine like Ken and Barbie, Kim and Kanye,
Beyonce & Jay-Z and get ready to rock the NBC beach!) Tuesday: Trendy Tuesday (wear any of the latest trends,
hot designers (even if you fake it), and rock the run way!) Wednesday: What NOT to Wear Wednesday. (Wear
anything SCHOOL APPROPRIATE that’s TOTALLY TACKY. Think socks with sandals, big ol’ visors... anything Coach
Streff wears on the regular... get TACKY, Tigers!) Thursday: Thrift Store Thursday. (This one’s a CHALLENGE: grab
some friends and head to any thrift shop/consignment store and stock up on all the best gear; POP THOSE TAGS,
but REMEMBER your RECEIPT, because we’ll see who looks the most fly on a shoestring budget! Prizes for the top
three ensembles with accompanying thrift store receipts!) Friday: Traditional NBC Spirit wear: Anything
Black/Orange/NBC-related. Homecoming in Hollywood promises to be a FUN week, but only if YOU participate!
Plan ahead and LET’S GO TIGERS!
7. Did you lose your glasses - if so, come to the office because we have a pair!
8. Juniors have the concession stand for Homecoming football game. If you didn’t sell enough plants last spring to
meet your quota, you can work the concession stand and still have a free Prom. Cheerleaders can help set up and
during half-time, Dance team can help setup and second half. and Band members can help after half-time. Football
players can have their parents help during halftime
rush. Help from everyone is needed. Signup sheets are on Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s office door and in Ms.
Morgan’s room.
9. Reminder to FFA Members we need everyone to help put on the Volleyball tournament on Saturday. Report at
7:30 am.
10. Outside date forms are available in the office if you plan on bringing an outside date to Homecoming. Please
return the form to the office by Tuesday, September 18th. Cost to get in to the dance is $5.00 per person.
11. Reminder to seniors, your $5.00 is due by Sept. 19. If not enough money has been turned in there will not
be a breakfast after Homecoming. Money can be turned into the office, Louis Johnson or Kendra Lorence.
Thank you!
12. Students interested in a career in the Automotive industry (auto body, mechanics, etc.): there is a
FREE Career Expo where you can tour Southeast Community College’s automotive technology
classrooms and learn about the variety of career opportunities in the automotive industry. This is
Tuesday, October 19 from 7-9pm at SCC in Lincoln. All juniors and seniors interested should see Mrs.
Wright for information on RSVPing ASAP!
13. Taking the ACT this fall? What help preparing for it? If so, sign up with Mrs. Ray for the John Baylor
Test Prep sessions. You must signup by September 26th to participate, the cost is only $40 and the first
session is Oct. 8th. See Mrs. Ray with any questions.
Happy Birthday to: Collin Woerman, Grant Peters, Mackenzie Madsen and Jessica
Renard on Saturday, Callie Goertz on Sunday

Announcements for September 13, 2018

ANNOUNCEMENTS SEPTEMBER 13, 2018

 

Today’s Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch

Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Bagels

Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Spaghetti Bake or Chef Salad

 

Today’s Activities:  JH Football at Logan View 4:30.

                                      Cross Country at Bennington 4:30.

 

Tomorrow’s Activities:  FB at Grand Island Central Catholic 7:00

 

  1. Tap Band Schedule: Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None

 

  1. Seniors - Please get your class dues of $20 to Zander Gibney by tomorrow.

 

  1. Any Drama person interested in attending Newsies at Midland on November 9 must sign up with Mrs. Hanson no later than today at 4:00 for tickets to be purchased.

 

  1. HOSA members - get your application forms and $14 dues to Mrs. Treat by tomorrow.

 

  1. One Act Auditions for “The Infamous Soothing System of Professor Maillard” adopted by Raleigh Marcell Jr. will be held on Tuesday, September 18th, at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM, Wednesday, September 19th, at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM, and Thursday, September 20th, at 7:30 AM in Mrs. Hanson’s Room. Applications can be picked up outside of Mr. Wright’s room.

 

  1. Homecoming Week is NEXT Week, and it promises to bring out ALL the NBC Stars! It’s “2018: Homecoming in Hollywood”! Get prepped to celebrate with our Spirit Days to accompany our star-studded theme: Monday: Malibu Monday (wear any SCHOOL-APPROPRIATE Beach wear and shine like Ken and Barbie, Kim and Kanye, Beyonce & Jay-Z and get ready to rock the NBC beach!) Tuesday: Trendy Tuesday (wear any of the latest trends, hot designers (even if you fake it), and rock the run way!) Wednesday: What NOT to Wear Wednesday. (Wear anything SCHOOL APPROPRIATE that’s TOTALLY TACKY. Think socks with sandals, big ol’ visors... anything Coach Streff wears on the regular... get TACKY, Tigers!) Thursday: Thrift Store Thursday. (This one’s a CHALLENGE: grab some friends and head to any thrift shop/consignment store and stock up on all the best gear; POP THOSE TAGS, but REMEMBER your RECEIPT, because we’ll see who looks the most fly on a shoestring budget! Prizes for the top three ensembles with accompanying thrift store receipts!) Friday: Traditional NBC Spirit wear: Anything Black/Orange/NBC-related. Homecoming in Hollywood promises to be a FUN week, but only if YOU participate! Plan ahead and LET’S GO TIGERS!

 

  1. Did you lose your glasses - if so, come to the office because we have a pair!

 

  1. Juniors have the concession stand for Homecoming football game. If you didn’t sell enough plants last spring to meet your quota, you can work the concession stand and still have a free Prom. Cheerleaders can help set up and during half-time, Dance team can help setup and second half. and Band members can help after half-time. Football players can have their parents help during half-

 time rush. Help from everyone is needed. Signup sheets are on Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s office door and in Ms. Morgan’s room.

 

  1. Reminder to FFA Members we need everyone to help put on the Volleyball tournament on Saturday. Report at 7:30 am.

 

  1. Outside date forms are available in the office if you plan on bringing an outside date to Homecoming. Please return the form to the office by Tuesday, September 18th. Cost to get in to the dance is $5.00 per person.

 

  1. The representative from Wayne State College will be here today at 9:00. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep should check with their teacher and then see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

 

  1. There is a retainer in the office.

Announcements for September 12, 2018

Announcements for September 12, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Long Johns Tomorrow’s Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch

Organizational Meetings Today:
Art Club (Mr. Dan Wriight’s room)- 8:45 a.m.
Student Council (Mr. Nelson’s room)- 10:35 a.m.
Senior Class (Tiger Den) - Beginning of TAP
NHS (Ms. Morgan’s room) - 11:05 a.m.
HOSA - Report to 4th period for attendance and then go to HOSA (Mrs. Treat’s room) FBLA (Mrs. Miller’s room) - 1:30 p.m.
FFA (Mr. Mottl’s room) - 3:15 p.m.

Seniors, please get to the South Commons asap after 3rd period. We will be leaving to take your picture at Camp Moses Merrill right away.

1. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low woodwinds; Thursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None

2. Seniors - Please get your class dues of $20 to Zander Gibney by this Friday.

3. Any Drama person interested in attending Newsies at Midland on November 9 must sign up with Mrs. Hanson no later than Thursday, September 13 at 4:00 for tickets to be purchased.

  1. HOSA members - get your application forms and $14 dues to Mrs. Treat by September 14th.

  2. One Act Auditions for “The Infamous Soothing System of Professor Maillard” adopted by Raleigh Marcell Jr. will be held on Tuesday, September 18th, at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM, Wednesday, September 19th, at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM, and Thursday, September 20th, at 7:30 AM in Mrs. Hanson’s Room. Applications can be picked up outside of Mr. Wright’s room.

  3. Homecoming Week is NEXT Week, and it promises to bring out ALL the NBC Stars! It’s “2018: Homecoming in Holly
    wood”! Get prepped to celebrate with our Spirit Days to accompany our star-studded theme: Monday: Malibu Monday (wear any SCHOOL-APPROPRIATE Beach wear and shine like Ken and Barbie, Kim and Kanye, Beyonce & Jay-Z and get ready to rock the NBC beach!) Tuesday: Trendy Tuesday (wear any of the latest trends, hot designers (even if you fake it), and rock the run way!) Wednesday: What NOT to Wear Wednesday. (Wear anything SCHOOL APPROPRIATE that’s TOTALLY TACKY. Think socks with sandals, big ol’ visors... anything Coach Streff wears on the regular... get TACKY, Tigers!) Thursday: Thrift Store Thursday. (This one’s a CHALLENGE: grab some friends and head to any thrift shop/consignment store and stock up on all the best gear; POP THOSE TAGS, but REMEMBER your RECEIPT, because we’ll see who looks the most fly on a shoestring budget! Prizes for the top three ensembles with accompanying thrift store receipts!) Friday: Traditional NBC Spirit wear: Any thing Black/Orange/NBC-related. Homecoming in Hollywood promises to be a FUN week, but only if YOU participate! Plan ahead and LET’S GO TIGERS!

  4. Did you lose your glasses - if so, come to the office because we have a pair!

  5. Juniors have the concession stand for Homecoming football game. If you didn’t sell enough plants last spring to meet your quota, you can work the concession stand and still have a free Prom. Cheerleaders can help set up and during half-time, Dance team can help setup and second half. and Band members can help after half-time. Football players can have their parents help during half- time rush. Help from everyone is needed. Sign up sheets are on Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s office door and in Ms. Morgan’s room.

  6. Reminder to FFA Members we need everyone to help put on the Volleyball tournament on Saturday. Report at 7:30 am.

Announcements for September 11th, 2018

Announcements for September 11, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Italian Dunkers Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Breakfast Bites Tomorrow’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken

Today’s Activities: JH Volleyball vs Bergan at 4:30 JV Softball @ Wisner at 4:30

Volleyball @ Wisner at 5:30

Organizational Meetings Tomorrow:
Art Club (Mr. Dan Wriight’s room)- 8:45 a.m.
Student Council (Mr. Nelson’s room)- 10:35 a.m.
Senior Class (Tiger Den) - Beginning of TAP
NHS (Ms. Morgan’s room) - 11:05 a.m.
HOSA - Report to 4th period for attendance and then go to HOSA (Mrs. Treat’s room) FBLA (Mrs. Miller’s room) - 1:30 p.m.
FFA (Mr. Mottl’s room) - 3:15 p.m.

1. Tap Band Schedule: Tuesday: Independent study trumpet; Wednesday: Independent study low brass/low woodwinds; ursday: Independent study percussion; Friday: None

2. Seniors - Please get your class dues of $20 to Zander Gibney by this Friday.

3. Any Drama person interested in attending Newsies at Midland on November 9 must sign up with Mrs. Hanson no later than Thursday, September 13 at 4:00 for tickets to be purchased.

  1. HOSA members - get your application forms and $14 dues to Mrs. Treat by September 14th.

  2. One Act Auditions for “The Infamous Soothing System of Professor Maillard” adopted by Raleigh Marcell Jr. will be held on Tuesday, September 18th, at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM, Wednesday, September 19th, at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM, and Thursday, September 20th, at 7:30 AM in Mrs. Hanson’s Room. Applications can be picked up outside of Mr. Wright’s room.

  3. Homecoming Week is NEXT Week, and it promises to bring out ALL the NBC Stars! It’s “2018: Homecoming in Holly
    wood”! Get prepped to celebrate with our Spirit Days to accompany our star-studded theme: Monday: Malibu Monday (wear any SCHOOL-APPROPRIATE Beach wear and shine like Ken and Barbie, Kim and Kanye, Beyonce & Jay-Z and get ready to rock the NBC beach!) Tuesday: Trendy Tuesday (wear any of the latest trends, hot designers (even if you fake it), and rock the run way!) Wednesday: What NOT to Wear Wednesday. (Wear anything SCHOOL APPROPRIATE that’s TOTALLY TACKY. Think socks with sandals, big ol’ visors... anything Coach Streff wears on the regular... get TACKY, Tigers!) Thursday: Thrift Store Thursday. (This one’s a CHALLENGE: grab some friends and head to any thrift shop/consignment store and stock up on all the best gear; POP THOSE TAGS, but REMEMBER your RECEIPT, because we’ll see who looks the most fly on a shoestring budget! Prizes for the top three ensembles with accompanying thrift store receipts!) Friday: Traditional NBC Spirit wear: Any thing Black/Orange/NBC-related. Homecoming in Hollywood promises to be a FUN week, but only if YOU participate! Plan ahead and LET’S GO TIGERS!

    Happy Birthday to Akryn Bourek and Dillon Shaw!

Announcements for September 7th, 2018

Announcements for September 7, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Scalloped potatoes and ham Monday’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit Monday’s Lunch: Crispitos

Today’s Activities: Football vs Stanton at 7:00 Tomorrow: Softball @ Omaha Mercy at 9:00

NBC Volleyball Invite at 10:00

1. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: Independent study: percussion
2. Seniors - Please get your class dues of $20 to Zander Gibney by next Friday.

  1. Spirit Buttons Still Available - If you didn’t order a fall sport or cheer/dance button, you can still do it! See Ms. Morgan for an order form.

  2. HOSA members - get your application forms and $14 dues to Mrs. Treat by September 14th.

  3. Game tonight is Beach Theme.

  4. The following need to see Mrs. Ray to pick up their 2018 yearbook: Jailee Howe

  5. Speech, One-Act, and Musical participants sign up to work the three concession stands this year. The sign-up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room. Our first concession stand is Sept. 10. Thanks for your help!

8. Anyone interested in joining SkillsUSA this year needs to see Mr. Wright before today.

9. Check the due dates on your library book. Many of them will be due this week. If you want to renew your book to avoid late fines and no one is at the circulation desk, write it in the book and put renew next to it. A reminder: Please write neatly so we can read it.

Happy Birthday to Austin Taylor and over the weekend to Kory Bourek, Olivia Throener and Eran Mullally!

Announcements for September 6th, 2018

Announcements for September 6, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Patty or Pork Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pancake on a stick Tomorrow’s Lunch: Scalloped potatoes and ham

Today’s Activities: Picture day today - smile pretty! JH Football @ Oakland at 5:00

Softball @ Ponca at 4:30 (Varsity will play first) Volleyball @ Humphrey at 5:30
Cross Country @ Bergan at 4:00

1. Tap Band Schedule: ursday: Independent study: all wind instruments; Friday: Independent study: percussion
2. ATTENTION HS Football players, managers and coaches - don’t forget dinner tonight at the Masonic Lodge a er practice!! Go

Tigers!!

  1. Seniors: If you are applying to NECC, please see Mrs. Wright. She has new guidelines for your resume template required by NECC and wants to help you be ready! This will help you get ready for scholarship applications this year AND save you time next year as a college freshman! Come see her in Room A17 today!

  2. 7-12th grade FPS meeting in Mrs. Cody’s room. We will discuss the future scene (there is a copy on Canvas if you need it), brainstorm, and write challenges.

  3. The volleyball game tonight will be live streamed. The link is a YouTube link: http://bit.ly/HPSLiveStream that can be streamed on any device!

  4. The following need to see Mrs. Ray to pick up their 2018 yearbook:, Jailee Howe,Jolie Stranik

  5. Speech, One-Act, and Musical participants sign up to work the three concession stands this year. The sign-up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room. Our first concession stand is Sept. 10. Thanks for your help!

  6. FFA dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. The chapter would like to have them all collected by Sept. 7th.

9. Anyone interested in joining SkillsUSA this year needs to see Mr. Wright before Friday.

  1. There will be a Drama Club (One Act, Speech, and Musical) Meeting Friday, September 7th, at 7:45 AM in Mrs. Hanson’s Room! Hope to see you there!

  2. Check the due dates on your library book. Many of them will be due this week. If you want to renew your book to avoid late fines and no one is at the circulation desk, write it in the book and put renew next to it. A reminder: Please write neatly so we can read it.

  3. Game on Friday is Beach Theme.

  4. JH Football team needs to be excused from class at 3:15 today for their game at Oakland - Craig.

  5. HOSA members - get your application forms and $14 dues to Mrs. Treat by September 14th.

Announcements for September 5, 2018

Announcements for September 5, 2018

*** Tomorrow is School Pictures***

Today’s Lunch: Sloppy Joes
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast Sticks Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken or Pork Patty

Today’s Activities: Choral Clinic to Norfolk

1. Senior Class Picture Meeting will be Thursday, September 6th at 7:30 am in Mrs.Ray’s room. Bring your location and attire ideas for your class picture! If you are unable to attend, share your ideas with a friend who is able to come. We will be taking the picture on Sept. 12th, so all decisions
regarding the picture will be made today.

2. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: independent study low brass/low woodwinds; Thursday: independent study percussion; Friday: None

3. There will be an informational meeting about Striv in the library tomorrow morning from 7:30-8:00 am for any 6- 12 grader interested in running Striv at home sporting events.

4. Softball, Cross Country, Football, Volleyball, Cheer and Dance posters are in! They will be for sale in the front office for $5.

5. Speech, One-Act, and Musical participants sign up to work the three concession stands this year. The sign-up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room. Our first concession stand is Sept. 10. Thanks for your help!

6. Students, you did great job turning in your forms this year! Although, we are missing a lot of the parental insurance waiver’s. This form is needed back to the office and signed even if you choose not to take out the insurance. If you did not turn this form in, please do so.

7. FFA dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. The chapter would like to have them all collected by Friday. 8. Anyone interested in joining SkillsUSA this year needs to see Mr. Wright before Friday.

9. There will be a Drama Club (One Act, Speech, and Musical) Meeting Friday at 7:45 AM in Mrs. Hanson’s room! Hope to see you there!

10. HOSA members - get your application forms and $14 dues to Mrs. Treat by September 14th.

11. Check the due dates on your library book. Many of them will be due this week. If you want to renew your book to avoid late fines and no one is at the circulation desk, write it in the book and put renew next to it. A reminder: Please write neatly so we can read it.

12. Game on Friday is Beach Theme.

Happy Birthday: Kyler Hellbusch

Announcements for September 4, 2018

Announcements for September 4, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Fried or Salisbury Steak Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pretzel and Cheese Sauce Tomorrow’s Lunch: Sloppy Joes

Today’s Activities: Late Start Bell Schedule for today due to MAP testing

JV Football vs Lakeview at 5:00 JH Volleyball @ West Point at 4:30

  1. Senior Class Picture Meeting will be Thursday, September 6th at 7:30 am in Mrs.
    Ray’s room. Bring your location and attire ideas for your class picture! If you are unable
    to attend, share your ideas with a friend who is able to come. We will be taking the picture on Sept. 12th, so all decisions regarding the picture will be made on the 5th.

  2. Tap Band Schedule: Tuesday: Independent study: flute/clarinet/saxophone/trumpet; Wednesday: independent study low brass/ low woodwinds; Thursday: independent study percussion; Friday: None

  3. There will be an informational meeting about Striv in the library on Wednesday, September 5th and Thursday,September 6th from 7:30-8:00 am for any 6-12 grader interested in running Striv at home sporting events.

  4. Softball, Cross Country, Football, Volleyball, Cheer and Dance posters are in! They will be for sale in the front office for $5.

  5. Speech, One-Act, and Musical participants sign up to work the three concession stands this year. The sign up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room. Our first concession stand is Sept. 10. Thanks for your help!

  6. The following need to see Mrs. Ray to pick up their 2018 yearbook:, Jailee Howe, Hunter Johnston, Jolie Stranik

  7. Students, you did great job turning in your forms this year! Although, we are missing a lot of the parental insurance waiver’s. This form is needed back to the office and signed even if you choose not to take out the insurance. If you did not turn this form in, please do so.

  8. FFA dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. The chapter would like to have them all collected by Sept. 7th.

9. Anyone interested in joining SkillsUSA this year needs to see Mr. Wright before Friday.

  1. There will be a Drama Club (One Act, Speech, and Musical) Meeting Friday, September 7th, at 7:45 AM in Mrs. Hanson’s Room! Hope to see you there!

  2. Students (grades 6-11) must charge your laptop 100% for Wednesday MAP Testing!

  3. Please dismiss the 7th & 8th grade volleyball players at 3:05 today.

  4. JH Volleyball players BE DRESSED and ready to board the bus at 3:10.

  5. HOSA members - get your application forms and $14 dues to Mrs. Treat by September 14th.

  6. JH Football team needs to be excused from class at 3:15 on Thursday for their game at Oakland - Craig.

Announcements for August 31, 2018

Announcements for August 31, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: Football @ Logan View at 7:00 Tomorrow’s Activities: Volleyball at 8:30
No School Monday ~ Labor Day

  1. Senior Class Picture Meeting will be Thursday, September 6th at 7:30 am in Mrs.
    Ray’s room. Bring your location and attire ideas for your class picture! If you are unable
    to attend, share your ideas with a friend who is able to come. We will be taking the picture on Sept. 12th, so all decisions regarding the picture will be made on the 5th.

  2. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: None

  3. There will be an informational meeting about Striv in the library on Wednesday, September 5th and Thursday,September 6th from 7:30-8:00 am for any 6-12 grader interested in running Striv at home sporting events.

  4. Softball, Cross Country, Football, Volleyball, Cheer and Dance posters are in! They will be for sale in the front office for $5.

  5. Speech, One-Act, and Musical participants sign up to work the three concession stands this year. The sign up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room. Our first concession stand is Sept. 10. Thanks for your help!

  6. The following need to see Mrs. Ray to pick up their 2018 yearbook:, Jailee Howe, Hunter Johnston, Jolie Stranik

  7. Students, you did great job turning in your forms this year! Although, we are missing a lot of the parental insurance waiver’s. This form is needed back to the office and signed even if you choose not to take out the insurance. If you did not turn this form in, please do so.

  8. FFA dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. The chapter would like to have them all collected by Sept. 7th.

  9. If you were unable to attend the HOSA meeting, pick up an application form from Mrs. Treat.

    1. There will be a Drama Club (One Act, Speech, and Musical) Meeting Friday, September 7th, at 7:45 AM in Mrs. Hanson’s Room! Hope to see you there!

    2. Students (grades 6-11) must charge your laptop 100% for Tuesday & Wednesday MAP Testing!

    3. If you need anything from the nurse, you need to be sure she is in there and she will help you with anything you need. If she is not in there, please come to the office.

Announcements for August 30, 2018

Announcements for August 30, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Long John or Donut Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: JH Football vs Scotus at 5:00 Softball @ Boone Central at 5:00

Volleyball @ Wisner at 5:30
Cross Country @ Schuyler at 5:00

  1. Senior Class Picture Meeting will be Thursday, September 6th at 7:30 am in Mrs.
    Ray’s room. Bring your location and attire ideas for your class picture! If you are unable to attend, share your ideas with a friend who is able to come. We will be taking
    the picture on Sept. 12th, so all decisions regarding the picture will be made on the 5th.

  2. Tap Band Schedule: Thursday: Independent study Percussion;Friday: None

  3. There will be an informational meeting about Striv in the library on Wednesday, September 5th and Thursday,September 6th from 7:30-8:00 am for any 6-12 grader interested in running Striv at home sporting events.

  4. Softball, Cross Country, Football, Volleyball, Cheer and Dance posters are in! They will be for sale in the front office for $5.

  5. Speech, One-Act, and Musical participants sign up to work the three concession stands this year. The sign up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room. Our first concession stand is Sept. 10. Thanks for your help!

  6. The following need to see Mrs. Ray to pick up their 2018 yearbook: Austin Endorf, Madelyn Gaughen, Ryan Gaughen, Grady Harms, Jailee Howe, Hunter Johnston, Jordan Ondracek, Noah Post, Jolie Stranik, Mason Uhing and Colin Woerman.

  7. 7-12th grade FPS meeting on Friday morning at 7:30 in Mrs. Cody’s room. Come to get your topic research and to give input on a meeting schedule.

  8. FFA dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. The chapter would like to have them all collected by Sept. 7th.

  9. If you were unable to attend the HOSA meeting, pick up an application form from Mrs. Treat.

10. There will be a Drama Club (One Act, Speech, and Musical) Meeting Friday, September 7th, at 7:45 AM in Mrs. Hanson’s Room! Hope to see you there!

Announcements for August 29th, 2018

Announcements for August 29, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog

  1. Senior Class Picture Meeting will be Wednesday, September 5th at 7:30 am in Mrs. Ray’s room. Bring your location and attire ideas for your class picture! If you are unable to attend, share your ideas with a friend who is able to come. We will be taking
    the picture on Sept. 12th, so all decisions regarding the picture will be made on the 5th.

  2. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: Independent study Low Brass/Low Woodwinds; Thursday: Independent study Percussion;Friday: None

  3. For anyone that is interested to see what the military might have for training and educational opportunities, the Marine recruiter will be here on Wednesday, August 29th at 10:45. Any student that would like to meet with the recruiter, please communicate with your teacher at that time and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  4. Softball, Cross Country, Football, Volleyball, Cheer and Dance posters are in! They will be for sale in the front office for $5.

  5. Speech, One-Act, and Musical participants sign up to work the three concession stands this year. The sign up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room. Our first concession stand is Sept. 10. Thanks for your help!

  6. The following need to see Mrs. Ray to pick up their 2018 yearbook: Austin Endorf, Madelyn Gaughen, Ryan Gaughen, Grady Harms, Jailee Howe, Hunter Johnston, Jordan Ondracek, Noah Post, Jolie Stranik, Mason Uhing and Colin Woerman.

  7. 7-12th grade FPS meeting on Friday morning at 7:30 in Mrs. Cody’s room. Come to get your topic research and to give input on a meeting schedule.

  8. FFA dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. The chapter would like to have them all collected by Sept. 7th.

Happy Birthday to Joshua Witte-Townsend!

Announcements for August 28, 2018

Announcements for August 28, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Stromboli Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Omelets Tomorrow’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita

Today’s Activities: Softball @ Tekamah at 4:30

  1. Freshman interested in Student Council meet with Mr. Nelson Wednesday at 7:45 a.m. in his room.

  2. Tap Band Schedule: Tuesday: Independent study: Trumpet; Wednesday: Independent study Low Brass/Low Woodwinds; Thursday: Independent study Percussion;Friday: None

  3. For anyone that is interested to see what the military might have for training and educational opportunities, the Marine recruiter will be here on Wednesday, August 29th at 10:45. Any student that would like to meet with the recruiter, please communicate with your teacher at that time and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  4. If you have lost a pair of sunglasses or a ring, please come to the office.

  5. Would you like to join a student-led organization whose purpose is to promote career opportunities in the Health Care industry or make realistic and well informed choices among the various health occupations? Then join HOSA, this organization allows you to develop an understanding of current health care issues and provides opportunities for you to meet outstanding leaders in the health profession. Sign up outside Mrs. Treat’s room today!!!

    HOSA INFORMATION MEETING THURSDAY MORNING AT 7:45 IN MRS. TREAT’S ROOM.

  6. Softball, Cross Country, Football, Volleyball, Cheer and Dance posters are in! They will be for sale in the front office for $5.

  7. Speech, One-Act, and Musical participants sign up to work the three concession stands this year. The sign up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room. Our first concession stand is Sept. 10. Thanks for your help!

  8. The following need to see Mrs. Ray to pick up their 2018 yearbook: Jeremy Doernemann, Austin Endorf, Madelyn Gaughen, Ryan Gaughen, Grady Harms, Jailee Howe, Hunter Johnston, Jordan Ondracek, Noah Post, Jolie Stranik, Mason Uhing and Colin Woerman.

  9. 7-12th grade FPS meeting on Friday morning at 7:30 in Mrs. Cody’s room. Come to get your topic research and to give input on a meeting schedule.

Announcements for August 27th, 2018

Announcements for August 27, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Deli Turkey or Deli Ham Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Coffee Cake Tomorrow’s Lunch: Stromboli

Today’s Activities: Softball @ West Point at 4:30

  1. Freshman interested in Student Council meet with Mr. Nelson Wednesday at 7:45 a.m. in his room.

  2. 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

  3. For anyone that is interested to see what the military might have for training and educational opportunities, the Marine recruiter will be here on Wednesday, August 29th at 10:45. Any student that would like to meet with the recruiter, please communicate with your teacher at that time and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  4. If you have lost a pair of sunglasses or a ring, please come to the office.

Happy Birthday to Jailee Howe!

Announcements for August 24th, 2018

Announcements for August 24, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Chicken Philly Monday’s Breakfast: Pancake on a stick Monday’s Lunch: Deli Turkey or Deli Ham

1. Picture day is Thursday, September 6th.

2. Tap Band Schedule: Friday: None

3.Reminder in the mornings - All food and drink items need to be in the cafeteria and thrown away at the bell.

  1. Students who are interested in competitive Future Problem Solving should sign up this week on the sheet inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

  2. For anyone that is interested to see what the military might have for training and educational opportunities, the Marine recruiter will be here on Wednesday, August 29th at 10:45. Any student that would like to meet with the recruiter, please communicate with your teacher at that time and see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  3. When using the library, be respectful of the books, shelves and tables. Do not push books back on the shelves. It makes them harder to find and the bookends can’t reach them to keep books standing. Remember there are cameras in the library so you are being watched, even when you think you aren’t.

  4. Tonight’s game is jersey theme.

  5. We love that our student body enjoys hanging out after practice, games or school. Please be courteous and throw your trash away and leave others property alone.

  6. If you are interested in joining HOSA, a student led future health professionals organization, please sign the list outside Mrs. Treat’s door....

Happy Birthday tomorrow to Kane Gutekunst and Harley Cave!

Announcements for August 23, 2018

Announcements for August 23, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Yogurt Parfait Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Chicken Philly

1. Picture day is Thursday, September 6th.

2. Tap Band Schedule: Thursday: Independent study Percussion; Friday: None

3.Reminder in the mornings - All food and drink items need to be in the cafeteria and thrown away at the bell.

  1. Students who are interested in competitive Future Problem Solving should sign up this week on the sheet inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

  2. If you ordered a 2018 yearbook and did not pick it up Friday, see Mrs. Ray as soon as possible. If you did not order one, but want one, we do have a few extras. Middle school books are $35 and High School books are $65. These are sold on a first come, first serve basis. See Mrs. Ray with any questions.

  3. Deputy Sladky now has a lockbox located on the outside of his office that is available for students to utilize when he is not at NBC/in his office and for any other concerns that students would like to bring to his attention. He is located between Mr. Lafleur and Ms Morgan’s room.

  4. SkillsUSA - If you are interested in applying to be an officer for this year please see Mr. Roy Wright before Friday.

  5. High School Football Players, Managers & Coaches - tonight after practice, dinner will be served at the Masonic Lodge! Come hungry!!

  6. When using the library, be respectful of the books, shelves and tables. Do not push books back on the shelves. It makes them harder to find and the bookends can’t reach them to keep books standing. Remember there are cameras in the library so you are being watched, even when you think you aren’t.

10. Friday’s game is jersey theme.

11. We love that our student body enjoys hanging out after practice, games or school. Please be courteous and throw your trash away and leave others property alone.

Announcements for August 22nd, 2018

Announcements for August 22, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo or Mac n’ Cheese Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Eggstravaganza Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs

  1. Picture day is Thursday, September 6th.

  2. Tap Band Schedule: Wednesday: Independent study Low Brass/Low Woodwinds; Thursday: Independent study Percussion; Friday: None

  3. Deputy Sladky will be maintaining office hours during TAP on the days that he is at NBC. Office hours are available for students to meet Deputy Sladky, bring up any concerns, or just to have a friendly conversation.

  4. Students who are interested in competitive Future Problem Solving should sign up this week on the sheet inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

  5. If you ordered a 2018 yearbook and did not pick it up Friday, see Mrs. Ray as soon as possible. If you did not order one, but want one, we do have a few extras. Middle school books are $35 and High School books are $65. These are sold on a first come, first serve basis. See Mrs. Ray with any questions.

  6. Deputy Sladky now has a lockbox located on the outside of his office that is available for students to utilize when he is not at NBC/in his office and for any other concerns that students would like to bring to his attention. He is located between Mr. Lafleur and Ms Morgan’s room.

  7. SkillsUSA - If you are interested in applying to be an officer for this year please see Mr. Roy Wright before Friday.

  8. High School Football Players, Managers & Coaches - Thursday after practice, dinner will be served at the Masonic Lodge! Come hungry!!

  9. When using the library, be respectful of the books, shelves and tables. Do not push books back on the shelves. It makes them harder to find and the bookends can’t reach them to keep books standing. Remember there are cameras in the library so you are being watched, even when you think you aren’t.

10. Friday’s game is jersey theme.

Happy Birthday to Andrew Hall and Alisha Hernandez!

Announcements for August 21, 2018

Announcements for August 21, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Pizza
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pop Tarts
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo or Mac n’ Cheese

Today’s Activities: Volleyball @ Louisville at 5:00 Softball vs. Raymond Central/Yutan

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. Deputy Sladky will be maintaining office hours during TAP on the days that he is at NBC. Office hours are available for students to meet Deputy Sladky, bring up any concerns, or just to have a friendly conversation.

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

  4. If you ordered a 2018 yearbook and did not pick it up Friday, see Mrs. Ray as soon as possible. If you did not order one, but want one, we do have a few extras. Middle school books are $35 and High School books are $65. These are sold on a first come, first serve basis. See Mrs. Ray with any questions.

  5. Coach Voss will be in Coach Montoya’s class room Wednesday morning from 7:45 until school starts and will hand out track letters to any track participant who can make it down.

  6. SkillsUSA - If you are interested in applying to be an officer for this year please see Mr. Roy Wright before Friday.

  7. FFA Meeting on Wednesday morning at 7:45 am.

Announcements for August 20, 2018

Announcements for August 20, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Nuggets Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Funnel Cakes Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pizza

Today’s Activities: No Softball Today!

  1. Picture day is Thursday, September 6th.

  2. Tap Band Schedule: Monday: Independent study Flute/Clarinet/Alto Sax; Tuesday: Independent study Trumpet; Wednesday: Independent study Low Brass/Low Woodwinds; Thursday: Independent study Percussion; Friday: None

  3. Deputy Sladky will be maintaining office hours during TAP on the days that he is at NBC. Office hours are available for students to meet Deputy Sladky, bring up any concerns, or just to have a friendly conversation.

  4. Students who are interested in competitive Future Problem Solving should sign up this week on the sheet inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

  5. If you ordered a 2018 yearbook and did not pick it up Friday, see Mrs. Ray as soon as possible. If you did not order one, but want one, we do have a few extras. Middle school books are $35 and High School books are $65. These are sold on a first come, first serve basis. See Mrs. Ray with any questions.

Announcements for August 17th, 2018

Announcements for August 17, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Spaghetti
Monday’s Breakfast: Biscuit & Gravy Monday’s Lunch: Chicken Nuggets

Today’s Activities: Football Scrimmage at 7:00 Tomorrow: NBC Softball Invite at 9:00

  1. Picture day is Thursday, September 6th.

  2. No charging snack items until further notice in the lunch room.

  3. Junior High Volleyball sign up sheet outside Mrs. Treat’s room. Parent/player meeting Thursday, 3:45 in Mrs. Treat’s room. First day of practice is Monday, August 20th. Physical forms MUST be turned in before practice on Monday.

  4. Please turn in all forms to your TAP teacher (Grades 8-12) in order to earn a pizza party. Grades 6-7, bring your forms to the office as soon as possible.

5. Anyone interested in NBC Cross Country apparel for the 2018 season, please see a runner ASAP. The orders are going in on Friday.

6. If you have lost keys, please come to the office to identify.

Announcements for August 16th, 2018

Announcements for August 16, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Oriental Dinner Tomorrow’s Breakfast: A+ Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Spaghetti

  1. Picture day is Thursday, September 6th.

  2. No charging snack items until further notice in the lunch room.

  3. Junior High Volleyball sign up sheet outside Mrs. Treat’s room. Parent/player meeting Thursday, 3:45 in Mrs. Treat’s room. First day of practice is Monday, August 20th. Physical forms MUST be turned in before practice on Monday.

  4. Please turn in all forms to your TAP teacher (Grades 8-12) in order to earn a pizza party. Grades 6-7, bring your forms to the office as soon as possible.

5. Anyone interested in NBC Cross Country apparel for the 2018 season, please see a runner ASAP. The orders are going in on Friday.

6. Attention all students: Dress code will be strictly enforced starting tomorrow - Thursday, August 16th. It will be the same as the cell phone policy. You will have one warning and then detentions will be assigned. Please see Mrs. Gaughen or Mrs.

Petersen if you have questions.

Announcements for August 15,2018

Announcements for August 15, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Pork Patty or Chicken Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast Sticks Tomorrow’s Lunch: Oriental Dinner

  1. Picture day is Thursday, September 6th.

  2. Grades 7-8 Football Meeting today after school in Mr. Roy Wright’s room.

  3. Junior High Volleyball sign up sheet outside Mrs. Treat’s room. Parent/player meeting Thursday, 3:45 in Mrs. Treat’s room. First day of practice is Monday, August 20th. Physical forms MUST be turned in before practice on Monday.

  4. Congratulations to the following class officers: Seniors - President – Zander Ziettlow,Vice-President – John Emanuel,Secretary/ Treasurer – Zander Gibney
    Juniors- President – Lauren Emanuel, Vice-President –Ryan Gaughen, Secretary/Treasurer – Abby Post
    Sophomores - President – Jaxon Wietfeld, Vice-President – Hannah Williams, Secretary/Treasurer – Grace Hunke

    8th Grade- President – Ellee Hall, Vice-President – Burkett Peters, Secretary/Treasurer – Paige Dunker

  5. No charging snack items until further notice in the lunch room.

  6. Please turn in all forms to your TAP teacher (Grades 8-12) in order to earn a pizza party. Grades 6-7, bring your forms to the office as soon as possible.

7. Anyone interested in NBC Cross Country apparel for the 2018 season, please see a runner ASAP. The orders are going in on Friday.

Announcements for August 14th, 2018

Announcements for August 14, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Crispito
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Combo Bar
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pork Patty or Chicken Patty

Today’s Activities: 1:30 Dismissal
1:1 Roll-out at 5:00 pm for grades 8-12

Presentation at 6:00 pm

1. Picture day is Thursday, September 6th.

2. Grades 7-8 Football Meeting Wednesday after school in Mr. Roy Wright’s room.

3. Junior High Volleyball sign up sheet outside Mrs. Treat’s room. Parent/player meeting Thursday, 3:45 in Mrs. Treat’s room. First day of practice is Monday, August 20th. Physical forms MUST be turned in before practice on Monday.

Announcements for May 16th, 2018

Announcements for May 16, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: I heard it is the last day of school! Have a SUPER SUMMER!

  1. Isabelle Kluthe, Lara Dolezal, Alyssa Booze, and Natalie Knapp (after State Track) TURN IN ALL of your TRACK GEAR to Mr. Streff’s room. Each article lost or not turned in is $20.00. Thank you.

  2. Next year high school volleyball and basketball girls summer shirts are available until today in the front office if you would like one. This is not mandatory. Any questions, please contact Faith Taylor.

3. All paperwork for summer wrestling needs turned in to Mr. Streff ASAP.

4. 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.

5. We need library books to be turned in. You may keep one to read through semester tests.
6. Driver’s Education flyers are in the office if you are interested. The sign up deadline is June 6th and the class size is limited! 7. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year.

8. Any track gear not turned in today to Coach Voss or Coach Montoya will be assessed a 5$ a day fine for every day late. Track people still needing to turn in their gear are Jacob Ray, Brock Ray, Sam Buckingham, Ben Rheda, Kierra DeValle, Faith Taylor, Shayanna Sindelar, Emily Allgood. Coach Voss will be available for check in at 3:30 or it can be turned in to Mr. Montoya.

9. Juniors/Seniors: IF you have requested/registered for Career Explorations next year and want to complete job shadows/ internships, check your school email for a questionnaire! If you didn’t get an email, stop in and see Mrs. Wright so she can get to work for you this summer on finding placements for you!

10. We are cleaning the pond on June 4 at 9:00 am! This is a great opportunity that would stand out to any scholarship committee! There also will be FREE PIZZA served to those that are helping out! Please talk to Ms. Redel if you are interested!

11. Any 6-11 grade track throwers will meet immediately after school in the old gym.

12. Sophomores that earned enough money in Plant Sales to transfer to another account need to let Mrs. Gross-Rhode know before you leave for the summer which account you want the money transferred to. If you lost your sheet, come tell me verbally.

Next month will be too late. Then the money will stay in the Prom account.

13. Congratulations to those students who applied to CHI camp. We just found out all were accepted. If you want scholarship money, you must have your essay, 4 thank-you’s and responsibility form turned into Mrs. Gross-Rhode or the office THIS

WEEK. Missed deadline means no money!

Happy Birthday to Isabelle Kluthe, Bobby Kavan, Haley Zakovec and all the summer birthdays!

Announcements for May 15th, 2018

Announcements for May 15, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Chef Choice
Tomorrows Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: District Golf @ Oakland ~ Go Tigers!

  1. Isabelle Kluthe, Lara Dolezal, Alyssa Booze, and Natalie Knapp (after State Track) TURN IN ALL of your TRACK GEAR to Mr. Streff’s room. Each article lost or not turned in is $20.00. Thank you.

  2. Next year high school volleyball and basketball girls summer shirts are available until Wednesday, May 16 in the front office if you would like one. This is not mandatory. Any questions, please contact Faith Taylor.

3. All paperwork for summer wrestling needs turned in to Mr. Streff ASAP.

4. 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. We need library books to be turned in. You may keep one to read through semester tests.

  2. Driver’s Education flyers are in the office if you are interested. The sign up deadline is June 6th and the class size is limited!

  3. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year.

  4. Juniors - please see Mrs. Gaughen today about your schedules.

  5. Juniors/Seniors: IF you have requested/registered for Career Explorations next year and want to complete job shadows/ internships, check your school email for a questionnaire! If you didn’t get an email, stop in and see Mrs. Wright so she can get to work for you this summer on finding placements for you!

10. We are cleaning the pond on June 4 at 9:00 am! This is a great opportunity that would stand out to any scholarship committee! There also will be FREE PIZZA served to those that are helping out! Please talk to Ms. Redel if you are interested!

Announcements for May 14th, 2018

Announcements for May 14, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Deli Turkey or Ham Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Chef Choice Tomorrows Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog

Today’s Activities: Semester Test - Regular dismissal

  1. Isabelle Kluthe, Lara Dolezal, Alyssa Booze, and Natalie Knapp (after State Track) TURN IN ALL of your TRACK GEAR to Mr. Streff’s room. Each article lost or not turned in is $20.00. Thank you.

  2. Next year high school volleyball and basketball girls summer shirts are available until Wednesday, May 16 in the front office if you would like one. This is not mandatory. Any questions, please contact Faith Taylor.

3. All paperwork for summer wrestling needs turned in to Mr. Streff ASAP.

4. 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. We need library books to be turned in. You may keep one to read through semester tests.

  2. Driver’s Education flyers are in the office if you are interested. The sign up deadline is June 6th and the class size is limited!

  3. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year.

  4. Juniors - please see Mrs. Gaughen today about your schedules.

9. A ring and a pair of glasses have been found. Please come to the office to claim. 10. Zander Ziettlow and Mason Uhing, please see Mr. Cody.

Happy Birthday to Charles Madsen!

Announcements for May 11th, 2018

Announcements for May 11, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chef Choice
Mondays Breakfast: Combo Bar Monday’s Lunch: Deli Turkey or Ham

Today’s Activities: Upshift Day ~ Welcome 5th Graders!

  1. Rebekah Voss, Isabelle Kluthe, Phoebie Pitts, Lara Dolezal, Alyssa Booze, and Natalie Knapp (after State Track) TURN IN ALL of your TRACK GEAR to Mr. Streff’s room. Each article lost or not turned in is $20.00. Thank you.

  2. Next year high school volleyball and basketball girls summer shirts are available until Wednesday, May 16 in the front office if you would like one. This is not mandatory. Any questions, please contact Faith Taylor.

  3. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due today.

4. 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. We need library books to be turned in. You may keep one to read through semester tests.

  2. Driver’s Education flyers are in the office if you are interested. The sign up deadline is June 6th and the class size is limited!

  3. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year.

  4. Friday: Percussion

  5. Golfers - Those not attending districts, bring your meet shirts to Mr. Ziettlow.

10. A ring has been found. If you lost one, please come to the office.

Happy Birthday over the weekend to Madison Vavak and Gavin Kirschenmann!

Annoucements for May 10th, 2018

Announcements for May 10, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Patty or Pork Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pancake on a Stick Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chef Choice

Today’s Activities: Golf @ Tekamah at 9:00
District Track @ Oakland at Noon

Mathcounts at the Zoo

Good Luck Tigers!!!!!!!!!!!!

1. Rebekah Voss, Isabelle Kluthe, Madison Bishop, Phobie Pitts, Jailee Howe, Lara Dolezal, Natalyn Kreuzer, Lexi Montoya, Alyssa Booze, and Natalie Knapp (after State Track) TURN IN ALL of your TRACK GEAR to Mr. Streff’s room. Each article lost or not turned in is $20.00. Thank you.

2. Junior High track athletes -- If you have not turned in your track uniform, please turn into Mr. Stieren ASAP

3. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due Friday, May 11. If you did the egging fundraiser and/or had credit from last year, find out from coaches what your total is due so you can get that paid! You will not get any uniform items or parade gear until your deposit is paid!

4. 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. We need library books to be turned in. You may keep one to read through semester tests.

  2. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due May 11. If you did the egging fundraiser and/or had credit from last year, find out from coaches what your total is due so you can get that paid! You will not get any uniform items or parade gear until your deposit is paid!

  3. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year.

  4. Tap Band:Thursday: Low Brass/Low Woodwinds Friday: Percussion

  5. Driver’s Education flyers are in the office if you are interested. The sign up deadline is June 6th and the class size is limited!

10. Graduation - this year’s ceremony will be recorded and available for purchase. If you are interested orders can be placed with Mrs. Ray, cost is $5 and must be paid when ordered.

Happy Birthday to Joslyn Reker and Hannah Murray!

Announcements for May 9th, 2018

Announcements for May 9, 2018

 

Today’s Lunch: Chef Choice

Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Muffins

Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Patty

 

Today’s Activities:

 

1. To all Students 6-11th grade interested in the Iron Tiger Summer training, please sign up for your training time with Coach Brokaw before May 10th.

 

2. There will be a SHORT informational meeting in Tiger Den today from 3:30-3:40 for ANY sophomore or junior students interested in college recruitment for sports OR activities (including trap, bowling, cheer, dance, etc.), to show you how to find recruitment forms online for your intended colleges and summer camp options, if available. This is the easiest way to get your name on college lists to get the recruitment process started! Don’t miss out!

 

3. Any 6th 7th or 8th grader that borrowed a display board for Extravaganza needs to return it to Mrs. Hanson or Mr. Wright by the end of the week please.

 

 

4. We need library books to be turned in. You may keep one to read through semester tests.

 

5. 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.

 

6. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due Friday, May 11. If you did the egging fundraiser and/or had credit from last year, find out from coaches what your total is due so you can get that paid! You will not get any uniform items or parade gear until your deposit is paid!

 

7. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year.

 

8. Tap Band: Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Low Brass/Low Woodwinds Friday: Percussion

 

9. Driver’s Education flyers are in the office if you are interested. The sign up deadline is June 6th and the class size is limited!

 

10. Graduation - this year’s ceremony will be recorded and available for purchase. If you are interested orders can be placed with Mrs. Ray, cost is $5 and must be paid when ordered.

 

11. Junior High track athletes: Check in will be today after school. Please have your sweats and uniform clean and ready to hand in. Conference awards will also be handed out.

 

12. Senior Golf and Track athletes please stop by the front office for your free poster and $5.00 for extra posters.

 

13.  Congratulations to next year's FBLA officer team: Aaron Owen: President, Zander Gibney: Vice-President, Kyle Jedlicka: Student Advisor, Jacob Ray: Activity Director, and Emerson Peters: Public Relations.

 

 

 

 

Announcements for May 8th, 2018

Announcements for May 8, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Crispitos
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pretzel with Cheese Sauce Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chef Choice

Today’s Activities: Last Day for Seniors ~ Good Luck in your future!

Great job to the students who participated in the Extravaganza! Neat, neat displays and lots of talent on stage!

1. To all Students 6-11th grade interested in the Iron Tiger Summer training, please sign up for your training time with Coach Brokaw before May 10th.

2. There will be a SHORT informational meeting in Tiger Den Wednesday, May 9 from 3:30-3:40 for ANY sophomore or junior students interested in college recruitment for sports OR activities (including trap, bowling, cheer, dance, etc.), to show you how to find recruitment forms online for your intended colleges and summer camp options, if available. This is the easiest way to get your name on college lists to get the recruitment process started! Don’t miss out!

3. Cross Country meeting Wednesday(5/9) morning @ 7:30. Anyone interested in joining the cross country team next fall, there will be an informational meeting in Mr. Ziettlow’s room. Happy Trails!

4. All TAP teachers have a list of library books checked out and fines due. Seniors need to get this taken care of before you can sign out on the last day. Other students: please don’t wait until last minute to take care of fines--you’ll be waiting in line. You may keep one book out to read during semester tests but get the rest of them turned in. We don’t want 300 books turned in on the last day!

5. Anyone 2018-2019 high school students interested in attending NBC Summer Speech Camp, there will be a short meeting in Mr. Lafleur’s room today at 3:30.

  1. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due May 11. If you did the egging fundraiser and/or had credit from last year, find out from coaches what your total is due so you can get that paid! You will not get any uniform items or parade gear until your deposit is paid!

  2. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year.

  3. Tap Band:Tuesday: Alto Sax/Fr. Horn; Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Low Brass/Low Woodwinds Friday: Percussion

  4. Driver’s Education flyers are in the office if you are interested. The sign up deadline is June 6th and the class size is limited!

10. Graduation - this year’s ceremony will be recorded and available for purchase. If you are interested orders can be placed with Mrs. Ray, cost is $5 and must be paid when ordered.

11. Junior High track athletes: Check in will be Wednesday after school. Please have your sweats and uniform clean and ready to hand in. Conference awards will also be handed out.

12. Senior Golf and Track athletes please stop by the front office for your free poster and $5.00 for extra posters.

13. Anyone 2018-2019 high school students interested in attending NBC Summer Speech Camp, there will be a short meeting in Mr. Lafleur’s room today at 3:30.

14. Laptops are due back TODAY!

Announcement for May 7th, 2018

Announcements for May 7, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Pizza
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Crispitos

Today’s Activities: Middle School Extravaganza at 7:00 EHC Golf @ Wisner-Pilger at

9:00 ~ Good Luck Tigers!

Senior Girls ~ Please remember to bring your shoes tomorrow that you plan on walking in at Graduation.

1. To all Students 6-11th grade interested in the Iron Tiger Summer training, please sign up for your training time with Coach Brokaw before May 10th.

2. There will be a SHORT informational meeting in Tiger Den Wednesday, May 9 from 3:30-3:40 for ANY sophomore or junior students interested in college recruitment for sports OR activities (including trap, bowling, cheer, dance, etc.), to show you how to find recruitment forms online for your intended colleges and summer camp options, if available. This is the easiest way to get your name on college lists to get the recruitment process started! Don’t miss out!

3. Cross Country meeting Wednesday(5/9) morning @ 7:30. Anyone interested in joining the cross country team next fall, there will be an informational meeting in Mr. Ziettlow’s room. Happy Trails!

4. All TAP teachers have a list of library books checked out and fines due. Seniors need to get this taken care of before you can sign out on the last day. Other students: please don’t wait until last minute to take care of fines--you’ll be waiting in line. You may keep one book out to read during semester tests but get the rest of them turned in. We don’t want 300 books turned in on the last day!

5. All Library Student Laptop Checkouts need to be checked back in to the Library by May 8th.

  1. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due May 11. If you did the egging fundraiser and/or had credit from last year, find out from coaches what your total is due so you can get that paid! You will not get any uniform items or parade gear until your deposit is paid!

  2. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year. Seniors - be sure you check your accounts!

  3. Tap Band: Monday: Flute/Clarinet; Tuesday: Alto Sax/Fr. Horn; Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Low Brass/Low Woodwinds Friday: Percussion

  4. Driver’s Education flyers are in the office if you are interested. The sign up deadline is June 6th and the class size is limited!

10. Graduation - this year’s ceremony will be recorded and available for purchase. If you are interested orders can be placed with Mrs. Ray, cost is $5 and must be paid when ordered.

11. Tiger Classic Meeting tonight in Mr. Streff’s room at 7:00 in Mr. Streff’s room. A wrestler and/or parent must attend. 12. Senior Golf and Track athletes please stop by the front office for your free poster and $5.00 for extra posters.

Announcements for May 4th, 2018

Announcements for May 4, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Pizza
Monday’s Breakfast: Pop Tarts
Monday’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo or Mac n’ Cheese

Today’s Activities: JH EHC Track @ Twin River at 10:00 National Honor Society Induction & Dinner

at 5:30 Honors Night at 7:00

Food Service Appreciation Day ~ Thank you kitchen staff for all that you do!!!!!!!!!

  1. If you are receiving an award for honors night, a letter was sent home this week and a list is posted in the cafeteria and is also on the website. If you have questions about if you are receiving an award, please come ask the office.

  2. There will be a SHORT informational meeting in Tiger Den Wednesday, May 9 from 3:30-3:40 for ANY sophomore or junior students interested in college recruitment for sports OR activities (including trap, bowling, cheer, dance, etc.), to show you how to find recruitment forms online for your intended colleges and summer camp options, if available. This is the easiest way to get your name on college lists to get the recruitment process started! Don’t miss out!

3. Cross Country meeting Wednesday(5/9) morning @ 7:30. Anyone interested in joining the cross country team next fall, there will be an informational meeting in Mr. Ziettlow’s room. Happy Trails!

4. All TAP teachers have a list of library books checked out and fines due. Seniors need to get this taken care of before you can sign out on the last day. Other students: please don’t wait until last minute to take care of fines--you’ll be waiting in line. You may keep one book out to read during semester tests but get the rest of them turned in. We don’t want 300 books turned in on the last day!

5. All Library Student Laptop Checkouts need to be checked back in to the Library by May 8th.

  1. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due May 11. If you did the egging fundraiser and/or had credit from last year, find out from coaches what your total is due so you can get that paid! You will not get any uniform items or parade gear until your deposit is paid!

  2. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year. Seniors - be sure you check your accounts!

  3. Tap Band: Friday: Low Brass/Low Woodwinds

  4. Driver’s Education flyers are in the office if you are interested. The sign up deadline is June 6th and the class size is limited!

10. Seniors will practice senior song today during tap.

11. To all Students 6-11th grade interested in the Iron Tiger Summer training, please sign up for your training time with Coach Brokaw before May 10th.

Happy Birthday over the weekend to Arissa Obershaw!

Announcements for May 3rd, 2018

Announcements for May 3, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Italian Dunkers Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast Stix Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pizza

Today’s Activities: Track @ Raymond Central at 2:00 Pole Vaulters @ Malcolm at 12:00

  1. Honors Night will be held this Friday at 7:00. If you are receiving an award, a letter will be sent home this week and later in the week a list will be posted in the cafeteria and will also be on the website. If you have questions about if you are receiving
    an award, please come ask the office.

  2. If you lost an apple watch, please come to the office.

3. MathCounts team members will have a short meeting Friday morning at 7:55 in Mrs. Jelinek’s room to discuss the zoo trip. If you can’t make it see Mrs. Jelinek by 3:30 Friday if you want to go on the trip.

4. Thank you to all who bought plants, helped unload plants, setup, sell plants and cleaned up during the plant sale. Sophomores - you were stellar from 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Your hard work paid off.

5. All Library Student Laptop Checkouts need to be checked back in to the Library by May 8th.

  1. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due May 11. If you did the egging fundraiser and/or had credit from last year, find out from coaches what your total is due so you can get that paid! You will not get any uniform items or parade gear until your deposit is paid!

  2. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year. Seniors - be sure you check your accounts!

  3. Tap Band: Thursday: Saxophone/Fr. Horn; Friday: Low Brass/Low Woodwinds

  4. Driver’s Education flyers are in the office if you are interested. The sign up deadline is June 6th and the class size is limited!

10. Seniors will practice senior song today and Friday during tap.

11. To all Students 6-11th grade interested in the Iron Tiger Summer training, please sign up for your training time with Coach Brokaw before May 10th.

12. All TAP teachers have a list of library books checked out and fines due. Seniors need to get this taken care of before you can sign out on the last day. Other students: please don’t wait until last minute to take care of fines--you’ll be waiting in line. You may keep one book out to read during semester tests but get the rest of them turned in. We don’t want 300 books turned in on the last day!

Happy Birthday to Cody Nelson!

Announcements for May 2nd, 2018

Announcements for May 2, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Nuggets and Mashed Potatoes Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Coffee Cake
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Italian Dunkers

Today’s Activities: Plant Sale Pick up from 4-9

1. Honors Night will be held this Friday at 7:00. If you are receiving an award, a letter will be sent home this week and later in the week a list will be posted in the cafeteria and will also be on the website. If you have questions about if you are receiving an award, please come ask the office.

  1. Nebraska Game & Parks is providing a FREE Boater Safety Course on May 17th at the North Bend Public Library from 9:00-12:00. If you are interested, please sign up in the office by this Friday. If you have questions, please call Michelle Kluthe

    at 909-2844.

  2. MathCounts team members will have a short meeting Friday morning at 7:55 in Mrs. Jelinek’s room to discuss the zoo trip. If you can’t make it see Mrs. Jelinek by 3:30 Friday if you want to go on the trip.

  3. Harley Cave, Zander Gibney, Kyle Jedlicka, and Elsa Rasmussen - please check your school email today regarding FPS plans.

  4. The 2018 NO LIMITS Summer Youth Activism Summit is scheduled for May 29-31 at the Leadership Center in Aurora, Nebraska. This FREE Summit is a GREAT opportunity for any student interested in Health Sciences or a career in Medicine/ Nursing. There is NO COST to attend and applications are due May 2. Get an application link from Mrs. Wright in A17 and take advantage of this opportunity!

  5. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due May 11. If you did the egging fundraiser and/or had credit from last year, find out from coaches what your total is due so you can get that paid! You will not get any uniform items or parade gear until your deposit is paid!

  6. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year. Seniors - be sure you check your accounts!

  7. Tap Band: Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Saxophone/Fr. Horn; Friday: Low Brass/Low Woodwinds

  8. Driver’s Education flyers are in the office if you are interested. The sign up deadline is June 6th and the class size is limited!

10. Seniors will practice senior song on today during tap.

11. All 6th and 7th grade boys who are interested in playing junior high football next year there will be an informational meeting this Thursday at 7:45am in the weight room. If you plan on playing, it is important to attend.

12. All TAP teachers have a list of library books checked out and fines due. Seniors need to get this taken care of before you can sign out on the last day. Other students: please don’t wait until last minute to take care of fines--you’ll be waiting in line. You may keep one book out to read during semester tests but get the rest of them turned in. We don’t want 300 books turned in on the last day!

13. To all Students 6-11th grade interested in the Iron Tiger Summer training, please sign up for your training time with Coach Brokaw before May 10th.

14. All Library Student Laptop Checkouts need to be checked back in to the Library by May 8th.

Happy Birthday to Kodee del Valle!

Announcements for May 1st, 2018

Announcements for May 1, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Nuggets and Mashed Potatoes

Today’s Activities: Golf @ Logan View at 9:00
5-6 Grade Band Students @ Pender

Josten’s ring delivery at 2:00

Jill got a new puppy and he needs a name! If you have an idea for a name for him, please come share with me in the office.

1. Honors Night will be held this Friday at 7:00. If you are receiving an award, a letter will be sent home this week and later in the week a list will be posted in the cafeteria and will also be on the website. If you have questions about if you are receiving an award, please come ask the office.

2. Nebraska Game & Parks is providing a FREE Boater Safety Course on May 17th at the North Bend Public Library from 9:00-12:00. If you are interested, please sign up in the office by this Friday. If you have questions, please call Michelle Kluthe

at 909-2844.

3. Tiger Classic Wrestling Meeting Tuesday night at 8:00 in Mr. Streff’s room. A parent or wrestler from each family must attend!

4. Any sophomore who works the Plant Sale 6-9 shift AND it is their second work shift will earn more money towards their chosen activity OR if you didn’t sell enough plants, it will cover what you will owe.

  1. The 2018 NO LIMITS Summer Youth Activism Summit is scheduled for May 29-31 at the Leadership Center in Aurora, Nebraska. This FREE Summit is a GREAT opportunity for any student interested in Health Sciences or a career in Medicine/ Nursing. There is NO COST to attend and applications are due May 2. Get an application link from Mrs. Wright in A17 and take advantage of this opportunity!

  2. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due May 11. If you did the egging fundraiser and/or had credit from last year, find out from coaches what your total is due so you can get that paid! You will not get any uniform items or parade gear until your deposit is paid!

  3. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year. Seniors - be sure you check your accounts!

  4. Tap Band: Tuesday: Clarinet; Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Saxophone/Fr. Horn; Friday: Low Brass/Low Woodwinds

  5. Driver’s Education flyers are in the office if you are interested. The sign up deadline is June 6th and the class size is limited!

10. Seniors will practice senior song on Wednesday during tap.
11. All 6th and 7th grade boys who are interested in playing junior high football next year there will be an informational meeting

this Thursday at 7:45am in the weight room. If you plan on playing, it is important to attend.
12. All TAP teachers have a list of library books checked out and fines due. Seniors need to get this taken care of before you can

sign out on the last day. Other students: please don’t wait until last minute to take care of fines--you’ll be waiting in line. You may keep one book out to read during semester tests but get the rest of them turned in. We don’t want 300 books turned in on the last day!

13. A special thanks to all that helped with MayFest last night. Your work was very much appreciated by many. We could not pull it off without the help of everyone, and everyone stepped up and did a great job. The kids really look forward to it. Thanks again.

A HUGE THANK YOU to Mr. Sterup for all of his hard work and dedication to Mayfest!

Happy Birthday to Jacob Sousek!

Announcements for April 30th, 2018

Announcements for April 30, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Hamburgers or Cheeseburgers Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Long John Tomorrow’s Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch

Today’s Activities: Mayfest from 6:00-8:00 ~ Come join the fun! Jostens ring delivering at 2:00 tomorrow

1. FBLA members interested in an officer position next year, make sure you fill out the application form and teacher recommendation. Due today.

2. Test your well night during Mayfest! Test the nitrate levels in your private well water. For information, please call the school.

3. Tiger Classic Wrestling Meeting Tuesday night at 8:00 in Mr. Streff’s room. A parent or wrestler from each family must attend!

4. Any sophomore who works the Plant Sale 6-9 shift AND it is their second work shift will earn more money towards their chosen activity OR if you didn’t sell enough plants, it will cover what you will owe.

  1. The 2018 NO LIMITS Summer Youth Activism Summit is scheduled for May 29-31 at the Leadership Center in Aurora, Nebraska. This FREE Summit is a GREAT opportunity for any student interested in Health Sciences or a career in Medicine/Nursing. There is NO COST to attend and applications are due May 2. Get an application link from Mrs. Wright in A17 and take advantage of this opportunity!

  2. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due May 11. If you did the egging fundraiser and/or had credit from last year, find out from coaches what your total is due so you can get that paid! You will not get any uniform items or parade gear until your deposit is paid!

  3. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year. Seniors - be sure you check your accounts!

  4. Tap Band: Monday: Flute; Tuesday: Clarinet; Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Saxophone/Fr. Horn; Friday: Low Brass/Low Woodwinds

  5. Driver’s Education flyers are in the office if you are interested. The sign up deadline is June 6th and the class size is limited!

10. Seniors will practice senior song on Wednesday during tap.

11. All 6th and 7th grade boys who are interested in playing junior high football next year there will be an informational meeting this Thursday at 7:45am in the weight room. If you plan on playing, it is important to attend.

Announcements for April 27th, 2018

Announcements for April 27, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Spaghetti
Monday’s Breakfast: Yogurt Parfait
Monday’s Lunch: Hamburgers or Cheeseburgers

Tomorrow’s Activities: Golf @ Oakland-Craig at 9:00 EHC Track @ West Point at 9:00

  1. Seniors - sign up today to walk with your partner at Graduation!

  2. Test your well night during Mayfest! Test the nitrate levels in your private well water. For information, please call the school.

  3. The Champion team for the Ironman Volleyball Tournament was the Chase N Dreams. 2nd place went to the Sun tanners. A big thank you to all the teams that participated and the teachers win their mythical 23rd championship. A special thanks to all the Student Council workers, especially Kiley Allgood and Emily Allgood for being the refs all night and for Hannah
    Murray and Bethany Wiebold for line judging all night. Prizes will be awarded next week.

4. Any sophomore who works the Plant Sale 6-9 shift AND it is their second work shift will earn more money towards their chosen activity OR if you didn’t sell enough plants, it will cover what you will owe.

  1. The 2018 NO LIMITS Summer Youth Activism Summit is scheduled for May 29-31 at the Leadership Center in Aurora, Nebraska. This FREE Summit is a GREAT opportunity for any student interested in Health Sciences or a career in Medicine/Nursing. There is NO COST to attend and applications are due May 2. Get an application link from Mrs. Wright in A17 and take advantage of this opportunity!

  2. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due May 11. If you did the egging fundraiser and/or had credit from last year, find out from coaches what your total is due so you can get that paid! You will not get any uniform items or parade gear until your deposit is paid!

  3. The seniors will practice their senior song today during TAP.

  4. Today is the last day to charge snacks in the lunch line.

  5. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year. Seniors - be sure you check your accounts!

10. FBLA members interested in an officer position next year, make sure you fill out the application form and teacher recommendation. Due Monday, April 30th.

11. Sophomores and Juniors: There’s an EducationQuest College Fair at the Sapp Fieldhouse on the University of Nebraska -- Omaha campus THIS Sunday, April 29 from 1-3pm. Go to www.nebraskacollegefairs.org to get registered and get a barcode to share your information with your selected colleges, connect with recruitment counselors, and get your name on lists for scholarships, coaches, etc.! This is the BEST way to see 90+ different colleges and get information! Don’t miss out on this!

Happy Birthday over the weekend to Cierra Kluthe!

Announcements for April 26th, 2018

Announcements for April 26, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Hot Deli Turkey or Ham Sandwiches Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Spaghetti

Today’s Activities: Golf @ West Point-Beemer at 2:30

Seniors - you may sign up in the office for your graduation partner by Friday or we will assign your partner!

  1. Juniors - if any of you have fun pictures from prom decorating and would like to share them with the yearbook, please email them to Mrs. Ray at sray@nbtigers.org - THANK YOU!!!

  2. Test your well night during Mayfest! Test the nitrate levels in your private well water. For information, please call the school.

  3. If you are 16 and interested in a job as a hired farm hand this spring & summer, contact Mrs. Wright! This could be a chance to have a solid-paying regular job on your schedule!

4. All high school student council members are expected to be at the volleyball tournament tonight. Be here by 6:00.

  1. The 2018 NO LIMITS Summer Youth Activism Summit is scheduled for May 29-31 at the Leadership Center in Aurora, Nebraska. This FREE Summit is a GREAT opportunity for any student interested in Health Sciences or a career in Medicine/Nursing. There is NO COST to attend and applications are due May 2. Get an application link from Mrs. Wright in A17 and take advantage of this opportunity!

  2. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due May 11. If you did the egging fundraiser and/or had credit from last year, find out from coaches what your total is due so you can get that paid! You will not get any uniform items or parade gear until your deposit is paid!

  3. The seniors will practice their senior song Friday during TAP.

  4. Friday is the last day to charge snacks in the lunch line.

  5. Lunch balances need to be paid before the end of the school year. Seniors - be sure you check your accounts!

10. FBLA members interested in an officer position next year, make sure you fill out the application form and teacher recommendation. Due Monday, April 30th.

11. Any sophomore who works the Plant Sale 6-9 shift AND it is their second work shift will earn more money towards their chosen activity OR if you didn’t sell enough plants, it will cover what you will owe.

12. Sophomores and Juniors: There’s an EducationQuest College Fair at the Sapp Fieldhouse on the University of Nebraska -- Omaha campus THIS Sunday, April 29 from 1-3pm. Go to www.nebraskacollegefairs.org to get registered and get a barcode to share your information with your selected colleges, connect with recruitment counselors, and get your name on lists for scholarships, coaches, etc.! This is the BEST way to see 90+ different colleges and get information! Don’t miss out on this!

13. All juniors will take the ASVAB tomorrow from 12:45-3:30. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

Happy Birthday to Austin Endorf and Jenna Byrd !

Announcements for April 25th, 2018

Announcements for April 25, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast Sticks
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hot Deli Turkey or Ham Sandwiches

Today’s Activities: NBC Golf Invite at 9:00 a.m.

Seniors - you may sign up in the office for your graduation partner by Friday or we will assign your partner!

1. Any senior who would like a copy of the senior video the cost is $8.00 and you can order with Mrs. Ray.

2. Test your well night during Mayfest! Test the nitrate levels in your private well water. For information, please call the school.

3. If you are 16 and interested in a job as a hired farm hand this spring & summer, contact Mrs. Wright! This could be a chance to have a solid-paying regular job on your schedule!

4. All high school student council members are expected to be at the volleyball tournament Thursday night. Be here by 6:00.

  1. The 2018 NO LIMITS Summer Youth Activism Summit is scheduled for May 29-31 at the Leadership Center in Aurora, Nebraska. This FREE Summit is a GREAT opportunity for any student interested in Health Sciences or a career in Medicine/Nursing. There is NO COST to attend and applications are due May 2. Get an application link from Mrs. Wright in A17 and take advantage of this opportunity!

  2. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due May 11. If you did the egging fundraiser and/or had credit from last year, find out from coaches what your total is due so you can get that paid! You will not get any uniform items or parade gear until your deposit is paid!

  3. The seniors will practice their senior song Friday during TAP.

  4. Iron Volleyball teams your money needs to be turned in by TODAY, April 25th by 3:30pm to be eligible for the tournament on Thursday, $18.00. Also TEAM NAMES must be on there when by the end of the day Wednesday or I will assign a team name to you.

  5. Sophomores: We still need more help during plant sale next Wednesday for the 7:30 p.m. shift. We only have 2 people at this time. Remember, if you sold over $300 and you want part of the profits to go to another account in your name, you have to work a shift. If you are not a morning person and signed up for 7:00 a.m. shift, it is not too late to switch to evening. You must be on time for morning shift for it to count. The sign-up sheet is on Mrs. GR office door. There is a copy of it by Mr. Lafleur’s door.

10. Juniors - if any of you have fun pictures from prom decorating and would like to share them with the yearbook, please email them to Mrs. Ray at sray@nbtigers.org - THANK YOU!!!


11. Today is National Walk at Lunch Day! We will be walking during TAP today and by walking we are eligible to receive a $1,000 grant

towards our physical education program.

Happy Birthday to Alyssa Booze!

Announcements for April 23rd, 2018

Announcements for April 23, 2018

Today’s Lunch: Pizza
Wednesday’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit Wednesday’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita

Today’s Activities: No School Tomorrow
Jh Track Quad @ Wisner-Pilger

at 3:00

Seniors - you may sign up in the office for your graduation partner!

1. Any senior who would like a copy of the senior video the cost is $8.00 and you can order with Mrs. Ray.

  1. Test your well night during Mayfest! Test the nitrate levels in your private well water. For information, please call the school.

  2. Summer Volleyball forms are due back Monday, April 23....please give the forms to Jill Hoops in the office. Thank you!

  3. Iron Team VB: Thursday, April 26th. 3 boys and 3 girls grades 9-12. Sign up this week.

  4. The 2018 NO LIMITS Summer Youth Activism Summit is scheduled for May 29-31 at the Leadership Center in Aurora, Nebraska. This FREE Summit is a GREAT opportunity for any student interested in Health Sciences or a career in Medicine/Nursing. There is NO COST to attend and applications are due May 2. Get an application link from Mrs. Wright in A17 and take advantage of this opportunity!

  5. 2018-2019 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Remember, your $100 deposit is due May 11. If you did the egging fundraiser and/or had credit from last year, find out from coaches what your total is due so you can get that paid! You will not get any uniform items or parade gear until your deposit is paid!

  6. Drive 4 Your School Fundraiser tomorrow 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. in front of the high school.

  7. If you are 16 and interested in a job as a hired farm hand this spring & summer, contact Mrs. Wright! This could be a chance to have a solid-paying regular job on your schedule!

  8. Please dismiss JH Track at 1:15 for track meet on Monday, April 23. Bus leaves at 1:25.

10. Any Prom attendee who forgot to bring their glass home may pick one up from the library.

11. Congratulations to all the Future Problem Solving students who represented North Bend Central in Kearney at the State Bowl. The senior team of Harley Cave, Zander Gibney, Kyle Jedlicka, and Elsa Rasmussen placed first in both the booklet competition and skit competition. They qualified for the International Conference this summer in LaCrosse, Wisconsin.

Happy Birthday to Karlene Bourek and Josh Strauss!

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