Announcements

Announcements for October 19th, 2017

Announcements for October 19, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Tac-Go
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Fried or Salisbury Steak

1. If you have lost a ring or a necklace, please come to the office.

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

3. The rep from UNL will be here October 20th at 1:30. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

4. All Juniors-We will be taking a college visit on November 7th to Northeast Community College for their Explore Northeast Day. You need to register at northeast.edu asap so you can select what area of interest you would like to visit and guarantee that you are able to attend. Please see Mrs. Gaughen immediately for details on how to register.

5. Any junior or senior interested in a College of Business day at UNO on November 15th. Needs to see Mrs. Gaughen by today submit your name.

6. October is NBC Library Trick or Tweet month. Follow us on Twitter @NBCTigersLib and qualify for a Halloween treat on October 31.

  1. State Wrestling Ticket Packets are on sale now. A Class C session packet is $32, see Mrs. Ray if interested. Order and payment are due by November 1st.

  2. The Science Club meeting has been moved! The meeting will now be after school on Thursday, October 26 in the Tiger Den. T-Shirt ideas are due at the meeting, and officers will be elected.

  3. Spirit WOW (Wear of the Week) for Friday’s Football game vs. David City is a HUSKER RED OUT, in honor of DC’s prinicipal, Chad Fuller, who was paralyzed in a lake accident this summer. Wear your best Husker gear to show our support for him, his family, and their school/community!

10. 6th grade FPS - no meeting tonight after school since Mrs. Cody is not at school today. Let your parents know so you can make arrangements to get home after school at 3:25.

11. There are many spaghetti supper tickets that haven’t been turned in. Please get them to Mrs. Hanson ASAP as you are responsible for the $25 for non returned tickets.

  1. JH Halloween Dance Saturday 9-11. $5 admission and concessions will be available.

  2. Student Council will be sponsoring “scary” movie night on Friday, October 27th for any student in grades 9-12 at 7:00 in the Tiger

    Den. Bring a bag chair and this is only for NBC students.

  3. Ready to Rome (and Paris)?? Students and community members in North Bend have the chance to travel to Rome and Paris in May/

    June of 2019. This experience is facilitated by EF Educational Tours and locally organized by Suzy Morgan (Kluthe). This trip is not sponsored by the NBC School District but it is open to high school students and community members. Students younger than high school age are welcome if accompanied by a parent. An informational meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 15th at North Bend Central High School in room A26 (Mrs. Kluthe’s room). Space is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please see Mrs. Kluthe if you’d like a brochure with a description of the itinerary.

  4. Congratulations to the North Bend Central Land Judgers who competed yesterday Northeast of Scribner. Elsa Rasmussen tied for 2nd overall. Justin Mensik and Michael Mensik received white ribbons and Peter Emanuel earned a pink ribbon. The team finished 15th overall.

  5. The rep from Wayne State College will be here next Monday, October 23rd at 11:30. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

17. Anyone interested in joining Art Club, sign up in the Art Room ASAP.

Announcements for October 18th, 2017

Announcements for October 18, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy Tomorrow’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken

Today’s Activities: State Land Judging @ Scribner

Just a reminder you can only have a clear container with water
and please remove hats as soon as you enter the building as all of this is school policy.

1. If you have lost a ring or a necklace, please come to the office.

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

3. The rep from UNL will be here October 20th at 1:30. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

4. All Juniors-We will be taking a college visit on November 7th to Northeast Community College for their Explore Northeast Day. You need to register at northeast.edu asap so you can select what area of interest you would like to visit and guarantee that you are able to attend. Please see Mrs. Gaughen immediately for details on how to register.

5. Any junior or senior interested in a College of Business day at UNO on November 15th. Needs to see Mrs. Gaughen by today submit your name.

6. October is NBC Library Trick or Tweet month. Follow us on Twitter @NBCTigersLib and qualify for a Halloween treat on October 31.

  1. State Wrestling Ticket Packets are on sale now. A Class C session packet is $32, see Mrs. Ray if interested. Order and payment are due by November 1st.

  2. The Science Club meeting has been moved! The meeting will now be after school on Thursday, October 26 in the Tiger Den. T-Shirt ideas are due at the meeting, and officers will be elected.

  3. Spirit WOW (Wear of the Week) for Friday’s Football game vs. David City is a HUSKER RED OUT, in honor of DC’s prinicipal, Chad Fuller, who was paralyzed in a lake accident this summer. Wear your best Husker gear to show our support for him, his family, and their school/community!

10. Any Freshman or Sophomore interested in joining Student Council for the 17-18 school year please plan on attending an informative meeting on Thursday, October 19th at 7:45 in Mr Nelson’s room.

11. There are many spaghetti supper tickets that haven’t been turned in. Please get them to Mrs. Hanson ASAP as you are responsible for the $25 for non returned tickets.

  1. JH Halloween Dance Saturday 9-11. $5 admission and concessions will be available.

  2. Student Council will be sponsoring “scary” movie night on Friday, October 27th for any student in grades 9-12 at 7:00 in the Tiger

    Den. Bring a bag chair and this is only for NBC students.

  3. Ready to Rome (and Paris)?? Students and community members in North Bend have the chance to travel to Rome and Paris in May/

    June of 2019. This experience is facilitated by EF Educational Tours and locally organized by Suzy Morgan (Kluthe). It is open to high school students and community members. Students younger than high school age are welcome if accompanied by a parent. An informational meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 15th at North Bend Central High School in room A26 (Mrs. Kluthe’s room). Space is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please see Mrs. Kluthe if you’d like a brochure with a description of the itinerary.

  4. The following Jr. High volleyball players need to turn in their uniforms to Mrs. Treat ASAP: Jezi Bell, Jailee Howe, Brooklyn Shaw and Mya Stahl.

  5. The rep from Wayne State College will be here next Monday, October 23rd at 11:30. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

17. Anyone interested in joining Art Club, sign up in the Art Room ASAP.

Happy Birthday to Kaden Juhl!

Announcements for October 17th, 2017

Announcements for October 17, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Buttercrust Sandwich and Tomato Soup Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pancake on a stick
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita

Today’s Activities: Volleyball @ Howells at 5:30

1. There will be a short boys basketball meeting on Wednesday morning at 7:50 in Coach Baehr’s room for any 9-12 boys basketball player that intends to go out for basketball this year. If you are unable to attend Wednesday morning you need to see coach Baehr.

2. Tap Band: Tuesday: Clarinet; Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday:
Alto Sax/French Horn/Low Brass/Low Woodwinds; Friday: Percussion

3. The rep from UNL will be here October 20th at 1:30. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

4. All Juniors-We will be taking a college visit on November 7th to Northeast Community College for their Explore Northeast Day. You need to register at northeast.edu asap so you can select what area of interest you would like to visit and guarantee that you are able to attend. Please see Mrs. Gaughen immediately for details on how to register.

5. Any junior or senior interested in a College of Business day at UNO on November 15th. Needs to see Mrs. Gaughen by today submit your name.

6. October is NBC Library Trick or Tweet month. Follow us on Twitter @NBCTigersLib and qualify for a Halloween treat on October 31.

  1. State Wrestling Ticket Packets are on sale now. A Class C session packet is $32, see Mrs. Ray if interested. Order and payment are due by November 1st.

  2. The Science Club meeting has been moved! The meeting will now be after school on Thursday, October 26 in the Tiger Den. T-Shirt ideas are due at the meeting, and officers will be elected.

  3. Spirit WOW (Wear of the Week) for Friday’s Football game vs. David City is a HUSKER RED OUT, in honor of DC’s prinicipal, Chad Fuller, who was paralyzed in a lake accident this summer. Wear your best Husker gear to show our support for him, his family, and their school/community!

10. Any Freshman or Sophomore interested in joining Student Council for the 17-18 school year please plan on attending an informative meeting on Thursday, October 19th at 7:45 in Mr Nelson’s room.

11. There are many spaghetti supper tickets that haven’t been turned in. Please get them to Mrs. Hanson ASAP as you are responsible for the $25 for non returned tickets.

  1. JH Halloween Dance Saturday 9-11. $5 admission and concessions will be available.

  2. Student Council will be sponsoring “scary” movie night on Friday, October 27th for any student in grades 9-12 at 7:00 in the Tiger

    Den. Bring a bag chair and this is only for NBC students.

  3. Ready to Rome (and Paris)?? Students and community members in North Bend have the chance to travel to Rome and Paris in May/

    June of 2019. This experience is facilitated by EF Educational Tours and locally organized by Suzy Morgan (Kluthe). It is open to high school students and community members. Students younger than high school age are welcome if accompanied by a parent. An informational meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 15th at North Bend Central High School in room A26 (Mrs. Kluthe’s room). Space is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please see Mrs. Kluthe if you’d like a brochure with a description of the itinerary.

  4. The following Jr. High volleyball players need to turn in their uniforms to Mrs. Treat ASAP: Jezi Bell, Jailee Howe, Natalie Knapp, Bri Stricklin, Ellie Beaver, Phoebe Pitts, Brooklyn Shaw and Mya Stahl

    Happy Birthday to Ben Rolenc, Grace Jones and Trey Osborn!

Announcements for October 16th, 2017

Announcements for October 16, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Chili Cheese Fries
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Chef Choice
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Buttercrust Sandwich and Tomato Soup

Today’s Activities: JV Football @ West Point at 5:00

1. There will be a short boys basketball meeting on Wednesday morning at 7:50 in Coach Baehr’s room for any 9-12 boys basketball player that intends to go out for basketball this year. If you are unable to attend Wednesday morning you need to see coach Baehr.

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

3. The rep from UNL will be here October 20th at 1:30. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

4. All Juniors-We will be taking a college visit on November 7th to Northeast Community College for their Explore Northeast Day. You need to register at northeast.edu asap so you can select what area of interest you would like to visit and guarantee that you are able to attend. Please see Mrs. Gaughen immediately for details on how to register.

5. Any junior or senior interested in a College of Business day at UNO on November 15th. Needs to see Mrs. Gaughen by today submit your name.

6. October is NBC Library Trick or Tweet month. Follow us on Twitter @NBCTigersLib and qualify for a Halloween treat on October 31. Follow us this week and get a chance to vote for the YALSA Young Adult Top Ten books for 2017.

  1. State Wrestling Ticket Packets are on sale now. A Class C session packet is $32, see Mrs. Ray if interested. Order and payment are due by November 1st.

  2. There will be a Science Club meeting on Wednesday, October 18 at 3:30 in the Tiger Den. T-Shirt designs are due at the meeting, and we will elect Science Club President, Vice President, and Secretary. If you are unable to attend the meeting, see Ms. Redel in advance.

  3. Spirit WOW (Wear of the Week) for Friday’s Football game vs. David City is a HUSKER RED OUT, in honor of DC’s prinicipal, Chad Fuller, who was paralyzed in a lake accident this summer. Wear your best Husker gear to show our support for him, his family, and their school/community!

10. Student Council meeting Tuesday, October 17 in Mr. Nelson’s room at 7:45 a.m. SHARP!!

11. PINK OUT WEEK WAS A HUGE SUCCESS. THANK YOU to everyone who helped in making it a great week. Final numbers are not in yet but as of Friday with just the penny war the amount raised was $1874.62 compared to last years where the TOTAL

amount was $1526. Congratulations to Mrs Cody’s Class and Mrs. Grueber’s for winning the pizza party at each school!

12. Any Freshman or Sophomore interested in joining Student Council for the 17-18 school year please plan on attending an informative meeting on Thursday, October 19th at 7:45 in Mr Nelson’s room.

13. Congratulations to the volleyball team for back to back Championship in the East Husker Conference!

Happy Birthday to Lara Dolezal!

Announcements for October 11th, 2017

Announcements for October 11, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Fish or Chicken
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Coffee Cake
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Orange Chicken or Teriyaki Chicken

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

2. Tap Band: Wednesday: Saxophone/Fr Horn/Low Brass/Low Woodwinds; Thursday: Percussion

3. Picture retakes need turned into the office by Thursday.

4. All Juniors-We will be taking a college visit on November 7th to Northeast Community College for their Explore Northeast Day. You need to register at northeast.edu asap so you can select what area of interest you would like to visit and guarantee that you are able to attend. Please see Mrs. Gaughen immediately for details on how to register.

  1. Penny War for Pink Out Week. A winner from each school will be announced at football game plus a pizza party to winner from each school. Take the pennies to your TAP Class or Homeroom Class. At the elementary each classroom is on their own. Thursday at Volleyball and Friday at the football game cotton candy will be sold. $2 a bag. Wear pink Thursday to school.

  2. If you are interested in Hunter Education, please come to the office for information.

  3. State Wrestling Ticket Packets are on sale now. A Class C session packet is $32, see Mrs. Ray if interested. Order and payment are due by November 1st.

  4. Music Students: Spaghetti Supper tickets need to be turned in by Thursday, October 12.
    Also, anyone who would like to purchase an NBC Music t-shirt, please see Mrs. Hanson for an order form. Adult and youth sizes available.

9. Unified bowling meeting will be on Thursday at 3:45 in Tiger Den.

  1. There will be a bake sale on Friday at the football game. The money raised will go to the cancer research. Any donations of baked goods would be welcome. Please bring donations to the office.

  2. Science Club dues ($5) need to be turned in to Ms. Redel by today, October 11th.

  3. Close Up has the concession stand for the East Husker Conference Volleyball Tournament on Thursday, October 12th. Stop by Mr. Meyer’s room to sign up.

  4. October is NBC Library Trick or Tweet month. Follow us on Twitter @NBCTigersLib and qualify for a Halloween treat on October 31. Follow us this week and get a chance to vote for the YALSA Young Adult Top Ten books for 2017.

  5. Softball players, please be out at the batting cage on Thursday, October 12th at 3:35 to help move mats. Everyone needs to show up!

15. MathCounts will NOT meet tomorrow.

Announcements for October 10th, 2017

Announcements for October 10, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Cheeseburger Soup or Chili Soup Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Fish or Chicken

Today’s Activities: Volleyball @ Bancroft at 5:30
District FFA Land Judging @ Walthill

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

2. Tap Band: Tuesday: Trumpet; Wednesday: Saxophone/Fr Horn/Low Brass/Low Woodwinds; Thursday: Percussion

3. Picture retakes need turned into the office by Thursday.

4. All Juniors-We will be taking a college visit on November 7th to Northeast Community College for their Explore Northeast Day. You need to register at northeast.edu asap so you can select what area of interest you would like to visit and guarantee that you are able to attend. Please see Mrs. Gaughen immediately for details on how to register.

  1. Penny War for Pink Out Week. A winner from each school will be announced at football game plus a pizza party to winner from each school. Take the pennies to your TAP Class or Homeroom Class. At the elementary each classroom is on their own. Thursday at Volleyball and Friday at the football game cotton candy will be sold. $2 a bag. Wear pink Thursday to school.

  2. If you are interested in Hunter Education, please come to the office for information.

  3. State Wrestling Ticket Packets are on sale now. A Class C session packet is $32, see Mrs. Ray if interested. Order and payment are due by November 1st.

  4. Music Students: Spaghetti Supper tickets need to be turned in by Thursday, October 12.
    Also, anyone who would like to purchase an NBC Music t-shirt, please see Mrs. Hanson for an order form. Adult and youth sizes available.

9. Unified bowling meeting will be on Thursday at 3:45 in Tiger Den.

  1. Congratulations to the 2017-18 National Honor Society officers: Joel Hines (president), Justin Mensik (vice-president), and

    Kaitlynn Bjorklund (secretary/treasurer.)

  2. Science Club dues ($5) need to be turned in to Ms. Redel by Wednesday, October 11th.

  3. Close Up has the concession stand for the East Husker Conference Volleyball Tournament on Thursday, October 12th. Stop by Mr.

    Meyer’s room to sign up.

  4. October is NBC Library Trick or Tweet month. Follow us on Twitter @NBCTigersLib and qualify for a Halloween treat on October

    31. Follow us this week and get a chance to vote for the YALSA Young Adult Top Ten books for 2017.

  5. Please dismiss volleyball players at 3:15 today.

  6. Softball players, please be out at the batting cage on Thursday, October 12th at 3:35 to help move mats. Everyone needs to show

    up!

16. Congratulations to the Jr. High B-team for being undefeated in Volleyball!
17. Juniors that are taking the PSAT tomorrow with Mrs. Gaughen, please turn in your sign-out sheet today and tomorrow report to the

Tiger Den after the first bell tomorrow.
18. There will be a bake sale on Friday at the football game. The money raised will go to the cancer research. Any donations of baked

goods would be welcome. Please bring donations to the office.

Announcements for October 9th, 2017

Announcements for October 9, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Patty or Pork Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Long Johns Tomorrow’s Lunch: Cheeseburger Soup

Today’s Activities: JV Football vs Raymond Central at 6:00 JH Volleyball @ Logan View at 4:00

Organizational Meetings

NHS at 8:45 in Mrs. Kluthe’s room Student Countil at 11:00 in Mr. Nelson’s room
FBLA Officers at 3:15 in Mrs. Miller’s room

FFA Chapter Officers at 3:15 in Mr. Mottl’s room
(if in both FBLA and FFA - you need to attend FBLA)

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

2. Tap Band: Monday: Flute, Clarinet; Tuesday: Trumpet; Wednesday: Saxophone/Fr Horn/Low Brass/Low Woodwinds; Thursday: Percussion

3. Basketball checkout for 7th and 8th boys will be today at 3:30 in Mr. Richardson’s room. Practice will begin October 16th.

4. All Juniors-We will be taking a college visit on November 7th to Northeast Community College for their Explore Northeast Day. You need to register at northeast.edu asap so you can select what area of interest you would like to visit and guarantee that you are able to attend. Please see Mrs. Gaughen immediately for details on how to register.

  1. Penny War for Pink Out Week. A winner from each school will be announced at football game plus a pizza party to winner from each school. Take the pennies to your TAP Class or Homeroom Class. At the elementary each classroom is on their own. Thursday at Volleyball and Friday at the football game cotton candy will be sold. $2 a bag. Wear pink Thursday to school.

  2. If you are interested in Hunter Education, please come to the office for information.

  3. State Wrestling Ticket Packets are on sale now. A Class C session packet is $32, see Mrs. Ray if interested. Order and payment are

    due by November 1st.

  4. Music Students: Spaghetti Supper tickets need to be turned in by Thursday, October 12.

Also, anyone who would like to purchase an NBC Music t-shirt, please see Mrs. Hanson for an order form. Adult and youth sizes

available.
9. Unified bowling meeting will be on Thursday at 3:45 in Tiger Den.
10. Congratulations to the North Bend Land Judgers who competed last Tuesday in the mud at Emerson. Top finisher was Elsa

Rasmussen placing 2nd out of 435 competitors. The top North Bend team was 6th out of 111. Team members were: Michael

Mensik, Justin Mensik, Peter Emanuel and Kaitlynn Bjorklund. Complete results can be viewed on the school website.
11. Science Club dues ($5) need to be turned in to Ms. Redel by Wednesday, October 11th.
12. Close Up has the concession stand for the East Husker Conference Volleyball Tournament on Thursday, October 12th. Stop by Mr.

Meyer’s room to sign up.
13. Any 8-12 graders still interested in joining FBLA, $10 dues are due to Mrs. Miller by the end of the day today, Oct. 9th. Also,

shirt ideas are due today (otherwise Mrs. Miller is designing it)! 14. Please dismiss the Junior High Volleyball players today at 2:15.

Happy Birthday to Justin Mensik and Michael Mensik!

Announcements for October 6th, 2017

Announcements for October 6, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Meatball Sub
Monday’s Breakfast: Yogurt
Monday’s Lunch: Chicken Patty or Pork Patty

Today’s Activities: Football @ Aquinas at 5:30 (notice time change) District Softball at Arlington

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

2. Tap Band: Friday: Percussion

Have you met Quilliam in the science room yet??

3. Basketball checkout for 7th and 8th boys will be next Monday October 9th at 3:30 in Mr. Richardson’s room. Practice will begin October 16th.

4. All Juniors-We will be taking a college visit on November 7th to Northeast Community College for their Explore Northeast Day. You need to register at northeast.edu asap so you can select what area of interest you would like to visit and guarantee that you are able to attend. Please see Mrs. Gaughen immediately for details on how to register.

  1. Penny War for Pink Out Week. A winner from each school will be announced at football game plus a pizza party to winner from each school. Take the pennies to your TAP Class or Homeroom Class. At the elementary each classroom is on their own. Thursday at Volleyball and Friday at the football game cotton candy will be sold. $2 a bag. Wear pink next Thursday to school.

  2. One-Act Tech Crew will meet in the Art room after school today to build and paint set pieces.

  3. State Wrestling Ticket Packets are on sale now. A Class C session packet is $32, see Mrs. Ray if interested. Order and payment are due by November 1st.

  4. Music Students: Spaghetti Supper tickets need to be turned in by Thursday, October 12.

Also, anyone who would like to purchase an NBC Music t-shirt, please see Mrs. Hanson for an order form. Adult and youth sizes available.

9. Ready for some adventures? Join venture scouts! Girls and boys ages 14-21 years old can join the crew. There is a meeting this Sunday, October 8th at 3:00 at the scout cabin which is located north of the swimming pool. No prior scouting experience necessary. Information sheet available in the front office.

10. JH football check toright after school. Please make sure all your jerseys and pants are washed.

11. Science Club dues ($5) need to be turned in to Ms. Redel by Wednesday, October 11th.

12. Close Up has the concession stand for the East Husker Conference Volleyball Tournament on Thursday, October 12th. Stop by Mr. Meyer’s room to sign up.

13. Any 8-12 graders still interested in joining FBLA, $10 dues are due to Mrs. Miller by the end of the day on Monday, Oct. 9th. Also, shirt ideas are due by Monday (otherwise Mrs. Miller is designing it)!

Happy Birthday to Chase Ruzicka and Lauren Emanuel and over the weekend to Keirra del Valle!

Announcements for October 5th, 2017

Announcements for October 5, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Drumsticks
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Breakfast Burrito Tomorrow’s Lunch: Meatball Sub

Today’s Activities: Softball Districts @ Arlington
Volleyball @ NBC vs Tekamah-Herman at 6:00

(No C Game)
JH Volleyball @ NBC vs Raymond-Central at 5:00 EHC CC @ Humphrey (Lutjelusche) at 5:00

Go Tigers!!!!!!!!!!!!

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

2. Tap Band: Thursday: Saxophone/Fr. Horn/Low Brass/Low Woodwinds; Friday: Percussion

3. Basketball checkout for 7th and 8th boys will be next Monday October 9th at 3:30 in Mr. Richardson’s room. Practice will begin October 16th.

4. All Juniors-We will be taking a college visit on November 7th to Northeast Community College for their Explore Northeast Day. You need to register at northeast.edu asap so you can select what area of interest you would like to visit and guarantee that you are able to attend. Please see Mrs. Gaughen immediately for details on how to register.

  1. Penny War for Pink Out Week. A winner from each school will be announced at football game plus a pizza party to winner from each school. Take the pennies to your TAP Class or Homeroom Class. At the elementary each classroom is on their own. Thursday at Volleyball and Friday at the football game cotton candy will be sold. $2 a bag. Wear pink next Thursday to school.

  2. One-Act Tech Crew will meet in the Art room after school today and Friday October 6th to build and paint set pieces.

  3. State Wrestling Ticket Packets are on sale now. A Class C session packet is $32, see Mrs. Ray if interested. Order and payment are due by November 1st.

  4. Speech & Drama students- we work the volleyball concession stand tonight. Sign up for a time to work outside of Mr. Lafleur’s room. Thanks to those who have signed up already!

  5. Ready for some adventures? Join venture scouts! Girls and boys ages 14-21 years old can join the crew. There is a meeting this Sunday, October 8th at 3:00 at the scout cabin which is located north of the swimming pool. No prior scouting experience necessary. Information sheet available in the front office.

10. JH football check in will be this Friday right after school. Please make sure all your jerseys and pants are washed.

11. Please dismiss the Cross Country team @ 3:20 today. Girls runs at 5:00 boys run at 5:30. Lutjelusche Course, north of Richland.

12. Close Up has the concession stand for the East Husker Conference Volleyball Tournament on Thursday, October 12th. Stop by Mr. Meyer’s room to sign up.

Happy Birthday to Ashley Humlicek!

Announcements for October 4th, 2017

Announcements for October 4, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Philly Sandwich Tomorrow’s Breakfast: A+ Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Drumsticks

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

2. Tap Band: Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Saxophone/Fr. Horn/Low Brass/Low Woodwinds; Friday: Percussion

3. Basketball checkout for 7th and 8th boys will be next Monday October 9th at 3:30 in Mr. Richardson’s room. Practice will begin October 16th.

4. All Juniors-We will be taking a college visit on November 7th to Northeast Community College for their Explore Northeast Day. You need to register at northeast.edu asap so you can select what area of interest you would like to visit and guarantee that you are able to attend. Please see Mrs. Gaughen immediately for details on how to register.

  1. Volleyball Parents night is on October 5 against Tekamah-Herman. Pink Out week will be the week of October 9. More details to come as it gets closer-I would tell your students to START SAVING YOUR PENNIES as there may be pizza going to a class at the High School and a class at the Grade School:)

  2. If you are a current or want to be a new Striv.tv team member (and didn’t attend today’s meeting) you must attend a meeting - TOMORROW at 7:40 am in the Media Center. Questions? See Mrs. Rasmussen, Mrs. Petersen or Mrs. Ray.

  3. State Wrestling Ticket Packets are on sale now. A Class C session packet is $32, see Mrs. Ray if interested. Order and payment are due by November 1st.

  4. The rep from Nebraska Wesleyan University will be here today at 9:30. Any junior or senior that would like to see the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  5. Ready for some adventures? Join venture scouts! Girls and boys ages 14-21 years old can join the crew. There is a meeting this Sunday, October 8th at 3:00 at the scout cabin which is located north of the swimming pool. No prior scouting experience necessary. Information sheet available in the front office.

10. Speech & Drama students- we work the volleyball concession stand Thursday night. Sign up for a time to work outside of Mr. Lafleur’s room. Thanks to those who have signed up already!

11. Science Club meeting will be meeting today at 3:35 in Miss Redel’s room. If you cannot attend, please see her.

12. One-Act Tech Crew will meet in the Art room after school on Thursday October 5th, and Friday October 6th to build and paint set pieces.

13. Stop by Mr. Meyer’s room if you are interested in Close Up, but did not attend the meeting this morning.

Announcements for October 3rd, 2017

Announcements for October 3, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Macho Nachos
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Omelet
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Philly Sandwich

Today’s Activities: JH Football @ Arlington at 5:30 Softball - CANCELLED

FBLA Kick-off Meeting at 6:00 FFA Land Judging @ Emerson

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to
apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

  1. Tap Band: Tuesday: Clarinet; Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Saxophone/Fr. Horn/Low Brass/Low Woodwinds Friday: Percussion

  2. The rep from Joseph’s College of Beauty will be here today at 10:30. Any students that would like to meet with the rep, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

4. All Juniors-We will be taking a college visit on November 7th to Northeast Community College for their Explore Northeast Day. You need to register at northeast.edu asap so you can select what area of interest you would like to visit and guarantee that you are able to attend. Please see Mrs. Gaughen immediately for details on how to register.

5. Volleyball Parents night is on October 5 against Tekamah-Herman. Pink Out week will be the week of October 9. More details to come as it gets closer-I would tell your students to START SAVING YOUR PENNIES as there may be pizza going to a class at the High School and a class at the Grade School:)

6. Athletes/Cheer&Dance/Band/Choir members please see or email nrasmussen@nbtigers.org with your youth athletic, dance, cheer, band pictures. The younger you are in the picture the better.

  1. There will be a Close Up meeting on Wed. Oct. 4th at 7:50 am in Mr. Meyer’s room.

  2. The rep from Nebraska Wesleyan University will be here on Wednesday, October 4th at 9:30. Any junior or senior that would like to see the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

9. 8 - 12th graders interested in joining FBLA there will be a kick off meeting tonight at 6:30 in the cafeteria. Join us for new information and a night of coloring. If you can’t attend but would still like to join let Mrs. Miller know.

10. Speech & Drama students- we work the volleyball concession stand Thursday night. Sign up for a time to work outside of Mr. Lafleur’s room. Thanks to those who have signed up already!

11. Science Club meeting will be Wednesday at 3:35 in Miss Redel’s room. If you cannot attend, please see her.

12. State Wrestling Ticket Packets are on sale now. A Class C session packet is $32, see Mrs. Ray if interested. Order and payment are due by November 1st.

13. Striv.tv Current & NEW Team Member meeting - Wednesday or Thursday at 7:40 am in the Media Center. Questions? See Mrs. Rasmussen, Mrs. Petersen or Mrs. Ray.

14. Basketball checkout for 7th and 8th boys will be next Monday October 9th at 3:30 in Mr. Richardson’s room. Practice will begin October 16th.

Happy Birthday to Tanner Wietfeld!

Announcements for October 2nd, 2017

Announcements for October 2, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Mini Corn Dogs Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Breakfast Bites Tomorrow’s Lunch: Macho Nachos

Today’s Activities: Softball @ Logan View at 4:30
Seniors will be at UNL or Fremont High

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to
apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

  1. Tap Band: Monday: Flute; Tuesday: Clarinet; Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Saxophone/Fr. Horn/Low Brass/Low Woodwinds Friday: Percussion

  2. The rep from Joseph’s College of Beauty will be here tomorrow at 10:30. Any students that would like to meet with the rep, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

4. All Juniors-We will be taking a college visit on November 7th to Northeast Community College for their Explore Northeast Day. You need to register at northeast.edu asap so you can select what area of interest you would like to visit and guarantee that you are able to attend. Please see Mrs. Gaughen immediately for details on how to register.

5. Volleyball Parents night is on October 5 against Tekamah-Herman. Pink Out week will be the week of October 9. More details to come as it gets closer-I would tell your students to START SAVING YOUR PENNIES as there may be pizza going to a class at the High School and a class at the Grade School:)

6. Athletes/Cheer&Dance/Band/Choir members please see or email nrasmussen@nbtigers.org with your youth athletic, dance, cheer, band pictures. The younger you are in the picture the better.

  1. There will be a Close Up meeting on Wed. Oct. 4th at 7:50 am in Mr. Meyer’s room.

  2. The rep from Nebraska Wesleyan University will be here on Wednesday, October 4th at 9:30. Any junior or senior that would like to see the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

9. 8 - 12th graders interested in joining FBLA there will be a kick off meeting Tuesday night at 6:30 in the cafeteria. Join us for new information and a night of coloring. If you can’t attend but would still like to join let Mrs. Miller know.

10. NBC One-Act Cast list is posted outside room A-1. Pick-up your script and parent letter from Mr. Wright today. Mandatory read through Monday night at 6pm on the stage.

11. Science Club meeting will be Wednesday at 3:35 in Miss Redel’s room. If you cannot attend, please see her.

12. State Wrestling Ticket Packets are on sale now. A Class C session packet is $32, see Mrs. Ray if interested. Order and payment are due by November 1st.

13. Speech & Drama students- we work the volleyball concession stand Thursday night. Sign up for a time to work outside of Mr. Lafleur’s room. Thanks to those who have signed up already!

Happy Birthday to Zach Borer!

Announcements for September 29th, 2017

Announcements for September 29th

Lunch on Friday, Sept. 29th: Popcorn Chicken
Breakfast on Friday, Sept 29
th: Chefs Choice on Combo Bars Lunch on Monday Oct 2nd: Mini Corn Dogs
Breakfast on Monday Oct 2
nd: French Toast Stix

TODAY’S ACTIVITIES: FB vs Wahoo (home) at 7:00 pm
Cheer Camp sponsored by NBC Cheer & Dance

  1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

  2. Tap Band: Friday: Percussion

  3. Teachers: Please plan on excusing all cheerleaders and dancers (those not involved in a fall sport) from class at 3:15 today

    to host the NBC Cheer Clinic at NBE. If you have questions/concerns, please let Gabby or Katie know. Thanks!

  4. Volleyball Parents night is on October 5 against Tekamah-Herman. Pink Out week will be the week of October 9. More details to come as it gets closer-I would tell your students to START SAVING YOUR PENNIES as there may be pizza going to a class at the High School and a class at the Grade School:)

5. Spirit Wear for tonight is 'MERICAN HICK TOWN (all things red, white, and blue, and western wear)... let's show our Veterans how much we love and support them in our national colors and show the Tigers how much we love them by being loud and proud tonight! GO TIGERS!

6. Athletes/Cheer&Dance/Band/Choir members please see or email nrasmussen@nbtigers.org with your youth athletic, dance, cheer, band pictures. The younger you are in the picture the better.

7. Seniors that are attending the UNL Pre-Health on Monday, October 2nd, the van is leaving at 7:15 and you need to turn in your sign-out sheets in by today.

8. Seniors that are attending the college fair at Fremont High School on Monday, October 2nd, we will be leaving at 12:15 and eating lunch in Fremont before attending the college fair. Please see Mrs. Gaughen with any questions.

9. All Juniors-We will be taking a college visit on November 7th to Northeast Community College for their Explore Northeast Day. You need to register at northeast.edu asap so you can select what area of interest you would like to visit and guarantee that you are able to attend. Please see Mrs. Gaughen immediately for details on how to register.

10. There will be a Close Up meeting on Wed. Oct. 4th at 7:50 am in Mr. Meyer’s room.
11. The rep from Nebraska Wesleyan University will be here on Wednesday, October 4th at 9:30. Any junior or senior that would like

to see the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

12. The rep from Joseph's College of Beauty will be here on Tuesday, October 3rd at 10:30. Any students that would like to meet with the rep, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

13. NBC One-Act Cast list is posted outside room A-1. Pick-up your script and parent letter from Mr. Wright today. Mandatory read through Monday night at 6pm on the stage.

14. All high school wrestlers see Ms. Ray before lunch TODAY!

Announcements for September 28th, 2017

Announcements for September 28th

Lunch on Thursday, Sept. 28th: Lasagna or Mac & Cheese Breakfast on Thursday, Sept 28th: Funnel Cakes
Lunch on Friday, Sept. 29th: Popcorn Chicken
Breakfast on Friday, Sept 29
th: Chefs Choice on Combo Bars Lunch on Monday Oct 2nd: Mini Corn Dogs

Breakfast on Monday Oct 2nd: French Toast Stix

TODAY’S ACTIVITIES: Softball at Wisner-Pilger 6:00ish pm, leave at 3:45. Cross Country at Boystown 4:30 pm, leave at 2:30

VB home vs Malcolm 5:30 pm.

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

2. Tap Band: Thursday: Saxophone/Fr. Horn/Low Brass/Low Woodwinds Friday: Percussion
3. Teachers: Please plan on excusing all cheerleaders and dancers (those not involved in a fall sport) from class at 3:15

Friday afternoon to host the NBC Cheer Clinic at NBE. If you have questions/concerns, please let Gabby or Katie know.

4. Volleyball Parents night is on October 5 against Tekamah-Herman. Pink Out week will be the week of October 9. More details to come as it gets closer-I would tell your students to START SAVING YOUR PENNIES as there may be pizza going to a class at the High School and a class at the Grade School:)

5. Thursday’s VB game will be a white out.

6. Spirit Wear of the Week (WOW) for this week's Varsity contests is 'MERICAN HICK TOWN! (all things red, white, blue, and country western themed!) Volleyball plays Thursday, Football plays Friday and we're honoring our Veterans at Friday night's halftime festivities. Let's show all our opponents how the Tigers get down in 'MERICAN Hick Town and dress the part to show our spirit and support for all our Tiger teams! GO TIGERS!

8. Softball Thursday at Wisner-Pilger, game time changed to 6:00 PM. Varsity followed by 2-3 innings of JV.
9. There will be an informational meeting in the library for 8th graders interested in participating in Reading

Classics during TAP on Thursday.

10. There will be an informational meeting for 6-7th graders interested in participating in Reading Classics during Home Room today in the middle school computer lab.

11. Athletes/Cheer&Dance/Band/Choir members please see or email nrasmussen@nbtigers.org with your youth athletic, dance, cheer, band pictures. The younger you are in the picture the better.

12. Seniors that are attending the UNL Pre-Health on Monday, October 2nd, the van is leaving at 7:15 and you need to turn in your sign-out sheets in by tomorrow.

13. Seniors that are attending the college fair at Fremont High School on Monday, October 2nd, we will be leaving at 12:15 and eating lunch in Fremont before attending the college fair. Your sign-out sheets are available in your English classes today. Please see Mrs. Gaughen with any questions.
14. All Juniors-We will be taking a college visit on November 7th to Northeast Community College for their Explore Northeast Day. You need to register at northeast.edu asap so you can select what area of interest you would like to visit and guarantee that you are able to attend. Please see Mrs. Gaughen immediately for details on how to register.

Announcements for September 27th, 2017

Announcements for September 27th

Lunch on Wednesday, Sept. 27th: Pulled Pork
Breakfast on Wednesday, Sept 27
th: Biscuits & Gravy
Lunch on Thursday, Sept. 28th: Lasagna or Mac & Cheese Breakfast on Thursday, Sept 28th: Funnel Cakes
Lunch on Friday, Sept. 29th: Popcorn Chicken
Breakfast on Friday, Sept 29
th: Chefs Choice on Combo Bars Lunch on Monday Oct 2nd: Mini Corn Dogs
Breakfast on Monday Oct 2
nd: French Toast Stix

TODAY’S ACTIVITIES: Education Quest Financial Aid Dinner 5:30 Education Quest Financial Aid Presentation 6:00

  1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

  2. Tap Band: Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Saxophone/Fr. Horn/Low Brass/Low Woodwinds Friday: Percussion

  3. Teachers: Please plan on excusing all cheerleaders and dancers (those not involved in a fall sport) from class at 3:15 Friday afternoon to host the NBC Cheer Clinic at NBE. If you have questions/concerns, please let Gabby or Katie know. Thanks!

  4. Volleyball Parents night is on October 5 against Tekamah-Herman. Pink Out week will be the week of October 9. More details to come as it gets closer-I would tell your students to START SAVING YOUR PENNIES as there may be pizza going to a class at the High School and a class at the Grade School:)

  5. If you would like to be a part of the One Act Tech Crew, please fill out an application and return it to Mr. Wright by today.

Applications can be picked up by Mr. Wright’s room.

6. Spirit Wear of the Week (WOW) for this week's Varsity contests is 'MERICAN HICK TOWN! (all things red, white, blue, and country western themed!) Volleyball plays Thursday, Football plays Friday and we're honoring our Veterans at Friday night's halftime festivities. Let's show all our opponents how the Tigers get down in 'MERICAN Hick Town and dress the part to show our spirit and support for all our Tiger teams! GO TIGERS!

7.

9. Softball Thursday at Wisner-Pilger, game time changed to 6:00 PM. Varsity followed by 2-3 innings of JV. 10. Thursday’s VB game will be a white out.

11. There will be an informational meeting in the library for 8th graders interested in participating in Reading Classics during TAP on Thursday.

12. There will be an informational meeting for 6-7th graders interested in participating in Reading Classics during Home Room on Thursday morning in the middle school computer lab.

Announcements for September 26th, 2017

Announcements for September 26th

Today’s Lunch: Beef Teriyaki Bites and Mashed Potatoes Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chef Choice

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

Volleyball @ Twin River at 5:30

  1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

  2. Tap Band: Tuesday: Clarinet; Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Saxophone/Fr. Horn/Low Brass/Low Woodwinds Friday: Percussion

  3. FBLA has concessions tonight for the softball game starting at 4:30. There is a signup sheet outside of Mrs. Miller’s room. Please sign up to help if you can.

  4. Teachers: Please plan on excusing all cheerleaders and dancers (those not involved in a fall sport) from class at 3:15 Friday afternoon to host the NBC Cheer Clinic at NBE. If you have questions/concerns, please let Gabby or Katie know. Thanks!

  5. Volleyball Parents night is on October 5 against Tekamah-Herman. Pink Out week will be the week of October 9. More details to come as it gets closer-I would tell your students to START SAVING YOUR PENNIES as there may be pizza going to a class at the High School and a class at the Grade School:)

  6. If you would like to be a part of the One Act Tech Crew, please fill out an application and return it to Mr. Wright by Wednesday, September 27th. Applications can be picked up by Mr. Wright’s room.

7. Please excuse all eligible JH football players at 3:00 to leave for their game in Raymond Central today.

8. Junior High volleyball practice will go until 5:30 after school today. Please inform your parents of the time change.

9. Spirit Wear of the Week (WOW) for this week's Varsity contests is 'MERICAN HICK TOWN! (all things red, white, blue, and country western themed!) Volleyball plays Thursday, Football plays Friday and we're honoring our Veterans at Friday night's halftime festivities. Let's show all our opponents how the Tigers get down in 'MERICAN Hick Town and dress the part to show our spirit and support for all our Tiger teams! GO TIGERS!

Announcements for September 25, 2017

Announcements for September 25th

Today’s Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Breakfast Burrito
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Beef Teriyaki Bites and Mashed Potatoes

Today’s Activities: JV Football vs Logan View at 5:30 7th Grade Volleyball @ NBC at 4:30

8th Grade Volleyball @ Schuyler at 4:30 Cross Country @ UNK at 1:00
Skills USA Conference @ Lincoln

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to
apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

  1. Tap Band: Monday: Flute; Tuesday: Clarinet; Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Saxophone/Fr. Horn/Low Brass/Low Woodwinds Friday: Percussion

  2. FBLA has concessions Tuesday night for the softball game starting at 4:30. There is a sign up sheet outside of Mrs. Miller’s room. Please sign up to help if you can.

4. Any senior that is interested in going to Northeast Community College next fall needs to see Mrs. Gaughen today to get information about registering for the November 7th Explore Northeast Day.

  1. Volleyball Parents night is on October 5 against Tekamah-Herman. Pink Out week will be the week of October 9. More details to come as it gets closer-I would tell your students to START SAVING YOUR PENNIES as there may be pizza going to a class at the High School and a class at the Grade School:)

  2. Spirit Wear of the Week (WOW) for this week’s Varsity contests is HICK TOWN! Softball plays Tuesday, Volleyball plays Thursday, Football plays Friday. Let’s show all our opponents how the Tigers get down in Hick Town and dress the part to show our spirit and support for all our Tiger teams! GO TIGERS!

  3. The Army recruiter will be here at 1:00. If you would like to learn more about what career and educational opportunities that the military can provide, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  4. If you would like to be apart of the One Act Tech Crew, please fill out an application and return it to Mr. Wright by Wednesday, September 27th. Applications can be picked up by Mr. Wright’s room.

    Happy Birthday today to Kelsi Korth!

Announcements for September 22, 2017

Announcements for September 22nd

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Teriyaki or Orange Chicken Monday’s Breakfast: Bagel
Monday’s Lunch: Hotdog or Polish Dog

Tomorrow’s Activities: EHC Softball @ Madison at 9:00 Volleyball @ David City at 11:00

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

  1. Tap Band: Friday: Independent study Percussion

  2. If you are missing a wallet, please come to the office to identify.

  3. Skills USA and FFA hayrack ride tonight. Students are encouraged to wear jeans/pants and bring a sweatshirt to wear for
    later in the evening when it is colder. They are also encouraged to bring bug spray. Be in front of the school around 6 to carpool out to Mensik Farms. We will grill burgers for everyone down at the river during the ride. We will hopefully be back to the school around 9:15.

  4. If YOU are taking the October 28th ACT, YOU should be sign up for John Baylor Test Prep! Cost is $40, to sign up or for more information see Mrs. Ray. The sign up deadline is this FRIDAY!!

  5. One Act Auditions for “Runaways” by Elizabeth Swados begin this week. They will be held on Friday, September 22nd at 4:00 PM. Applications can be picked up by Mr. Wright’s room. Please turn them in at your audition. Also, if you would like to audition and are unable to attend get ahold of Miss Mann by Friday, September 22nd.

  6. The Army recruiter will be here on Monday, September 25th at 1:00. If you would like to learn more about what career and educational opportunities that the military can provide, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  7. If you would like to be apart of the One Act Tech Crew, please fill out an application and return it to Mr. Wright by Wednesday, September 27th. Applications can be picked up by Mr. Wright’s room.

  8. Spirit Wear of the Week (WOW) for next week’s Varsity contests is HICK TOWN! Softball plays Tuesday, Volleyball plays Thursday, Football plays Friday. Let’s show all our opponents how the Tigers get down in Hick Town and dress the part to show our spirit and support for all our Tiger teams! GO TIGERS!

10. Volleyball Parents night is on October 5 against Tekamah-Herman. Pink Out week will be the week of October 9. More details to come as it gets closer-I would tell your students to START SAVING YOUR PENNIES as there may be pizza going to a class at the High School and a class at the Grade School:)

11. The deadline to sign-up for the October 28th ACT test is Friday, September 22nd. The website to sign-up is act.org. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions about signing-up.

12. Any senior that is interested in going to Northeast Community College next fall needs to see Mrs. Gaughen today or Monday to get information about registering for the November 7th Explore Northeast Day.

13. Congrats to the Lady Tigers on a great game last night and also to Kristin Lux for being the first lady tigers to become part of the 1,000 kills club.

Happy Birthday today to Isabella Ruda and over the weekend to Sam Sousek, Madison Widick and Leia Westwood!

Announcements for September 21st, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo or Mac n’ Cheese Tomorrow’s Breakfast: A+ Biscuit
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Teriyaki or Orange Chicken

Today’s Activities: Softball vs Aquinas at 5:00
Volleyball vs West Point-Beemer at 5:30 (A & B

Game Only)
NBC Cross-Country Invite at 4:30 Picture Retakes

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

  1. Tap Band: Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

  2. The rep from Metro Community College will be here today at 12:50. If you would like to hear about what affordable educational degrees and programs that Metro has to offer, see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  3. Skills USA and FFA hayrack ride this Friday night. Students are encouraged to wear jeans/pants and bring a sweatshirt to wear for later in the evening when it is colder. They are also encouraged to bring bug spray. Be in front of the school around 6 to carpool out to Mensik Farms. We will grill burgers for everyone down at the river during the ride. We will hopefully be back to the school around 9:15.

  4. If YOU are taking the October 28th ACT, YOU should be sign up for John Baylor Test Prep! Cost is $40, to sign up or for more information see Mrs. Ray. The sign up deadline is this FRIDAY!!

  5. One Act Auditions for “Runaways” by Elizabeth Swados begin this week. They will be held on Thursday, September 21st at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM and Friday, September 22nd at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM. Applications can be picked up by Mr. Wright’s room. Please turn them in at your audition. Also, if you would like to audition and are unable to attend get ahold of Miss Mann by Friday, September 22nd.

  6. The Army recruiter will be here on Monday, September 25th at 1:00. If you would like to learn more about what career and educational opportunities that the military can provide, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  7. If you would like to be apart of the One Act Tech Crew, please fill out an application and return it to Mr. Wright by Wednesday, September 27th. Applications can be picked up by Mr. Wright’s room.

  8. TONS of Tiger activities happening on home turf tonight! Cross Country hosts their home invite at the golf course at 4:30pm. Check it out and you’ll be impressed with what they do best! Softball follows with a game vs. Aquinas at Tiger Field at 5pm. Volleyball rounds out the night against West Point-Beemer. Come out and support your classmates and show our Tiger Pride! Let’s impress all our guests with our amazing student section for all our Tiger athletes!

10. Volleyball Parents night is on October 5 against Tekamah-Herman. Pink Out week will be the week of October 9. More details to come as it gets closer-I would tell your students to START SAVING YOUR PENNIES as there may be pizza going to a class at the High School and a class at the Grade School:)

11. The deadline to sign-up for the October 28th ACT test is Friday, September 22nd. The website to sign-up is act.org. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions about signing-up.

12. Speech and Drama concession stand tonight- please report at 5:15 to start serving at 5:30.

Happy Birthday to John Emanuel!

Announcements for September 20th, 2017

Announcements for September 20th

Today’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pretzel with Cheese Sauce Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo or Mac n’ Cheese

Today’s Activities: Don’t forget picture retakes are tomorrow.

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

  1. Tap Band: Wednesday: Independent study Trumpet; Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

  2. The rep from Metro Community College will be here on Thursday, September 21st at 12:50. If you would like to hear about what affordable educational degrees and programs that Metro has to offer, see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  3. Speech, Musical, & Drama students- reminder we work the concession stand on Thurs. the 21st. The sign up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room with times available. Thanks for your help!

  4. If YOU are taking the October 28th ACT, YOU should be sign up for John Baylor Test Prep! Cost is $40, to sign up or for more information see Mrs. Ray. The sign up deadline is this FRIDAY!!

  5. One Act Auditions for “Runaways” by Elizabeth Swados begin this week. They will be held on Wednesday, September 20th at 4:00 PM, Thursday, September 21st at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM and Friday, September 22nd at 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM. Applications can be picked up by Mr. Wright’s room. Please turn them in at your audition. Also, if you would like to audition and are unable to attend get ahold of Miss Mann by Friday, September 22nd.

  6. FBLA members: We have the softball concession stand Thursday, Sept. 21st. Shifts from 4:30-6:00 and 6:00 - close. Sign up for a shift outside Mrs. Miller’s room.

  7. If you would like to be apart of the One Act Tech Crew, please fill out an application and return it to Mr. Wright by Wednesday, September 27th. Applications can be picked up by Mr. Wright’s room.

    Happy Birthday to Jezi Bell!

Announcements for September 19th, 2017

Announcements for September 19th

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

Today’s Activities: Softball vs HWY 91 at 5:00
JH Football vs Ft. Calhoun at 5:00

Volleyball @ Oakland at 5:30
JH Volleyball @ David City at 4:30

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

2. Tap Band: Tuesday: Independent study Clarinet; Wednesday: Independent study Trumpet
Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

3. The rep from Metro Community College will be here on Thursday, September 21st at 12:50. If you would like to hear about what affordable educational degrees and programs that Metro has to offer, see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

4. Please return picture orders to the office by today. Picture retakes are Thursday, September 21st.

5. JH Volleyball girls will need dismissed at 2:45.

6. Are you taking the October 28th ACT? If so, be prepared and sign up for the John Baylor Test Prep. Cost is $40, with a partial refund available. To sign up or for more information see Mrs. Ray. Sign up deadline is Sept. 22nd.

  1. FBLA members: We have the softball concession stand Thursday, Sept. 21st. Shifts from 4:30-6:00 and 6:00 - close. Sign up for a shift outside Mrs. Miller’s room.

  2. If any student is interested in working the concession stand tonight for the softball game, please stop by the office to sign up. This is open to all students.

  3. Speech, Musical, & Drama students- reminder we work the concession stand on Thurs. the 21st. The sign up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room with times available. Thanks for your help!

10. Good luck to Softball tonight as they take on Highway 91! Come out and support your Tigers at 5pm on Tiger Field. Let’s get a great student section out by the dirt diamond to show our support!

Happy Birthday to Brady Jedlicka!

Announcments for September 18th, 2017

Announcements for September 18th

Today’s Lunch: Sloppy Joe or Pork Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Yogurt Parfait Tomorrow’s Lunch: Stromboli

Today’s Activities: JV Football vs Tekamah-Herman at 5:30 Softball today - postponed

JH Volleyball vs Howells-Dodge at 5:00

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

2. Tap Band: Monday: Independent study Flute; Tuesday: Independent study Clarinet; Wednesday: Independent study Trumpet Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

3. The rep from Metro Community College will be here on Thursday, September 21st at 12:50. If you would like to hear about what affordable educational degrees and programs that Metro has to offer, see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

4. Please return picture orders to the office by Tuesday, September 19th. Picture retakes are Thursday, September 21st.
5. FPS has concessions for today’s softball game. 4:30 to 6:30 and 6:30 to 8:30 shifts available. Come sign up inside Mrs. Cody’s

door.

6. Are you taking the October 28th ACT? If so, be prepared and sign up for the John Baylor Test Prep. Cost is $40, with a partial refund available. To sign up or for more information see Mrs. Ray. Sign up deadline is Sept. 22nd.

  1. FBLA members: We have the softball concession stand Thursday, Sept. 21st. Shifts from 4:30-6:00 and 6:00 - close. Sign up for a shift outside Mrs. Miller’s room.

  2. NBC students and staff- thanks for making the Bake Sale on Friday a success!

  3. Speech, Musical, & Drama students- reminder we work the concession stand on Thurs. the 21st. The sign up sheet is outside Mr. Lafleur’s room with times available. Thanks for your help!

10. FFA Meeting on Tuesday Sept. 19th, 7:40 am in the ag room.

Announcements for September 15th, 2017

Announcements for September 15th

Today’s Lunch: Spaghetti
Monday’s Breakfast: Coffee Cake
Monday’s Lunch: Sloppy Joe or Pork Patty

Today’s Activities: Football @ Madison at 7:00
Bake Sale after school in Cafeteria

Tomorrow: Softball @ Seymour Smith Field - Ralston at 9:00 FFA Volleyball Freshman Invite at 8:00

1. Any senior that is planning on going to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and want to apply to the UNL Honors program, need to see Mrs. Gaughen for more information as the application closes October 15th, 2017.

2. Tap Band: Friday: Independent study Percussion

3. The following owe class dues of $20 to Justin Mensik by today: Joe Bautista, Noah Brodd, Bourbon Dolezal

4. Please return picture orders to the office by Tuesday, September 19th. Picture retakes are Thursday, September 21st.

5. FFA Members please stop in the ag room and get signed up to help with the Freshmen Volleyball Tournament on Saturday morning. We have lots of openings and need your help to make it a sucessful event.

6. Are you taking the October 28th ACT? If so, be prepared and sign up for the John Baylor Test Prep. Cost is $40, with a partial refund available. To sign up or for more information see Mrs. Ray. Sign up deadline is Sept. 22nd.

  1. FBLA members: We have the softball concession stand Thursday, Sept. 21st. Shifts from 4:30-6:00 and 6:00 - close. Sign up for a shift outside Mrs. Miller’s room.

  2. Do you like eating? How about eating brownies and cookies after a long week at NBC? What about helping others while you eat? Well, Mr. Lafleur’s TAP (Beta Eta Pi) will hold a bake sale this Friday after school in the cafeteria. All money raised will benefit the students of Lone Star College in Houston, TX. Bakery Items will be $1.

  3. Good Luck to the Softball team as they compete at the Plattsmouth Invite in Ralston tomorrow. #DingerzforDayz, ladies! GO TIGERS!

10. FPS has concessions for Monday’s softball game. 4:30 to 6:30 and 6:30 to 8:30 shifts available. Come sign up inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

Happy Birthday to Mackenzie Madsen, Jessica Renard and over the weekend to Callie Goertz and Taylor Ortmeier!

Announcements for September 14th, 2017

Announcements for September 14th

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Patty or Pork Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Tac-Go
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Spaghetti

Today’s Activities: JH Football vs Logan View at 4:30 Cross Country @ Bennington at 4:30

1. FFA Dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. They are $20 for high school students and $5 for 8th graders. Please get them paid before September 15th to guarantee you get a t-shirt.

2. Tap Band: Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

3. The following owe class dues of $20 to Justin Mensik by Friday: Joe Bautista, Noah Brodd, Bourbon Dolezal

4. Please return picture orders to the office by Tuesday, September 19th. Picture retakes are Thursday, September 21st.

5. FFA Members please stop in the ag room and get signed up to help with the Freshmen Volleyball Tournament on Saturday morning. We have lots of openings and need your help to make it a sucessful event.

6. Are you taking the October 28th ACT? If so, be prepared and sign up for the John Baylor Test Prep. Cost is $40, with a partial refund available. To sign up or for more information see Mrs. Ray. Sign up deadline is Sept. 22nd.

  1. Spirit Wear of the Week for Friday’s Football Game in Madison is PJ Theme! Wear your best (school appropriate) pajamas and show your NBC spirit! Have fun and come support your NBC Tigers as they take on the Dragons. GO TIGERS!

  2. Do you like eating? How about eating brownies and cookies after a long week at NBC? What about helping others while you eat? Well, Mr. Lafleur’s TAP (Beta Eta Pi) will hold a bake sale this Friday after school in the cafeteria. All money raised will benefit the students of Lone Star College in Houston, TX. Bakery Items will be $1.

  3. Good Luck to the Cross Country teams as they compete at Bennington this afternoon! Have fun, run fast and GO TIGERS!

10. FPS has concessions for Monday’s softball game. 4:30 to 6:30 and 6:30 to 8:30 shifts available. Come sign up inside Mrs. Cody’s door.

11. FBLA members: We have the softball concession stand Thursday, Sept. 21st. Shifts from 4:30-6:00 and 6:00 - close. Sign up for a shift outside Mrs. Miller’s room.

Happy Birthday to Collin Woerman, Grant Peters and Mason Witt!

Announcements for September 13th, 2017

Announcements for September 13th

Today’s Lunch: Crispito or Chef Salad Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Patty or Pork Patty

  1. FFA Dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. They are $20 for high school students and $5 for 8th graders. Please get them paid before September 15th to guarantee you get a t-shirt.

  2. Tap Band: Wednesday: Independent study Trumpets Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

  3. The following owe class dues of $20 to Justin Mensik by Friday: Joe Bautista, Noah Brodd, Bourbon Dolezal, Brooke Fredrickson

  4. Great job last night by our student section, you were loud, you were fun, and most importantly you were first class. - Mr. Allgood

  5. FFA Members please stop in the ag room and get signed up to help with the Freshmen Volleyball Tournament on Saturday morning. We have lots of openings and need your help to make it a sucessful event.

6. Are you taking the October 28th ACT? If so, be prepared and sign up for the John Baylor Test Prep. Cost is $40, with a partial refund available. To sign up or for more information see Mrs. Ray. Sign up deadline is Sept. 22nd.

7. Spirit Wear of the Week for Friday’s Football Game in Madison is PJ Theme! Wear your best (school appropriate) pajamas and show your NBC spirit! Have fun and come support your NBC Tigers as they take on the Dragons. GO TIGERS!

8. Do you like eating? How about eating brownies and cookies after a long week at NBC? What about helping others while you eat? Well, Mr. Lafleur’s TAP (Beta Eta Pi) will hold a bake sale this Friday after school in the cafeteria. All money raised will benefit the students of Lone Star College in Houston, TX. Bakery Items will be $1.

Announcements for September 12th, 2017

Announcements for September 12th

Today’s Lunch: Bunza or Pig n’ Blanket Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pancake on a Stix Tomorrow’s Lunch: Crispito or Chef Salad

Today’s Activities: JV Softball @ Wisner at 4:30 Volleyball vs Wisner-Pilger at 5:30

JH Volleyball @ St. Pat’s Auditorium at 4:30

Organizational Meetings:
Student Council at 11:00 in Mr. Nelson’s Room FBLA at 3:15 in Mrs. Miller’s room

  1. FFA Dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. They are $20 for high school students and $5 for 8th graders. Please get them paid before September 15th to guarantee you get a t-shirt.

  2. Tap Band: Tuesday: Independent study Clarinets; Wednesday: Independent study Trumpets Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

  3. The following owe class dues of $20 to Justin Mensik by Friday: Joe Bautista, Noah Brodd, Bourbon Dolezal, Brooke Fredrickson

  4. NBC Sports Posters: Cheer, Cross Country, Dance, Football, Softball, Volleyball for sale at NBC Front Office. Posters are $5.

  5. The Fremont Area Community Foundation will choose 7 applicants to receive a $1000 grant to kick off projects for the community. If interested, please come to the office for information.

6. Are you taking the October 28th ACT? If so, be prepared and sign up for the John Baylor Test Prep. Cost is $40, with a partial refund available. To sign up or for more information see Mrs. Ray. Sign up deadline is Sept. 22nd.

7. Did you lose earrings or a tie tack at the Homecoming dance? If so, come to the office to claim.

8. Close Up has the concession stand for the Volleyball game tonight. Stop by Mr. Meyer’s room if there are any questions.

9. Spirit Wear of the Week for Friday’s Football Game in Madison is PJ Theme! Wear your best (school appropriate) pajamas and show your NBC spirit! Have fun and come support your NBC Tigers as they take on the Dragons. GO TIGERS!

10. Do you like eating? How about eating brownies and cookies after a long week at NBC? What about helping others while you eat? Well, Mr. Lafleur’s TAP (Beta Eta Pi) will hold a bake sale this Friday after school in the cafeteria. All money raised will benefit the students of Lone Star College in Houston, TX. Bakery Items will be $1.

Announcements for September 11th, 2017

Announcements for September 11th

Today’s Lunch: Macho Nacho
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Donuts
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Bunza or Pig n’ Blanket

Today’s Activities: JV Football @ Oakland-Craig at 5:30 9th Grade Volleyball @ Schuyler at 5:30

  1. FFA Dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. They are $20 for high school students and $5 for 8th graders. Please get them paid before September 15th to guarantee you get a t-shirt.

  2. Tap Band: Monday: Independent study Flutes; Tuesday: Independent study Clarinets; Wednesday: Independent study Trumpets Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

  3. The following owe class dues of $20 to Justin Mensik by Friday: Joe Bautista, Noah Brodd, Bourbon Dolezal, Brooke Fredrickson, Colton Mitties, Josh Strauss

  4. NBC Sports Posters: Cheer, Cross Country, Dance, Football, Softball, Volleyball for sale at NBC Front Office. Posters are $5.

  5. The Fremont Area Community Foundation will choose 7 applicants to receive a $1000 grant to kick off projects for the community. If interested, please come to the office for information.

6. Are you taking the October 28th ACT? If so, be prepared and sign up for the John Baylor Test Prep. Cost is $40, with a partial refund available. To sign up or for more information see Mrs. Ray. Sign up deadline is Sept. 22nd.

7. Remiinder for athletes and cheerleaders to park in the back for activities on the east end.

8. Close up has the Concession Stand for tomorrow night’s NBC Volleyball game vs. Wisner-Pilger. Come to Mr. Meyer’s room to sign up for a shift.

9. All 6-8 graders who signed up for MathCounts need to meet in the media center at 7:15 on Tuesday, Sept. 12. You need to bring a pencil with you. We will be competing for the 20 spots available on the team.

Happy Birthday to Dillon Shaw!

Announcements for September 8th, 2017

Announcements for September 8th

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Fried Steak or Salisbury Steak Monday’s Breakfast: Combo Bar
Monday’s Lunch: Macho Nacho

Today’s Activities: Happy Homecoming! Pep Rally at 2:40 Football vs Tekamah-Herman at 7:00

Tomorrow: Softball @ Omaha Mercy at 9:00 NBC Volleyball Invite at 10:00

  1. FFA Dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. They are $20 for high school students and $5 for 8th graders. Please get them paid before September 15th to guarantee you get a t-shirt.

  2. Tap Band: Friday: Independent study Percussion

  3. The following owe class dues of $20 to Justin Mensik by Monday: Joe Bautista, Noah Brodd, Tiffany Christian, Bourbon Dolezal, Brooke Fredrickson, Joel Hines, Chloe Kirschenmann, Colton Mitties, Josh Strauss

  4. NBC Sports Posters: Cheer, Cross Country, Dance, Football, Softball, Volleyball for sale at NBC Front Office. Posters are $5.

  5. Everyone interested in joining Art Club, bring a Logo Design for NBC Art Club 2017-18 to the Art Room (A1) and sign-up by today.

  6. Homecoming breakfast for all students and their dates after the dance at the VFW.

  7. Remiinder for athletes and cheerleaders to park in the back for activities on the east end.

  8. Junior Class has Concession stand for tonight. We will begin to set up at 5:45. Come help when you can.

9. All 6-8 graders who signed up for MathCounts need to meet in the media center at 7:15 on Tuesday, Sept. 12. You need to bring a pencil with you. We will be competing for the 20 spots available on the team.

10. Admission into the dance tonight will be $5 per student. Don’t forget your cash!

11. Reminder to Speech/Musical/One-Act members we are working the concession stand this Saturday. See Mr. Lafleur for times available to work. Thanks to those who’ve signed up already!

12. There will be a short meeting for those interested in participating in Close Up this year. It will be Monday morning at 7:55, in Mr. Meyer’s room.

Happy Birthday over the weekend to Jared Spiker, Kory Bourek, Cody Pospisil, Afton Obershaw and Eran Mullally!

Announcements for Septembers 7th, 2017

Announcements for September 7th

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Spaghetti Bake
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast Stix
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Fried Steak or Salisbury Steak

Today’s Activities: JH Football vs Oakland-Craig at 5:00 Volleyball vs Humphry at 5:00

Cross Country @ Bergan at 4:00 Softball vs Ponca at 4:30 ~ Parents Night

  1. FFA Dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. They are $20 for high school students and $5 for 8th graders. Please get them paid before September 15th to guarantee you get a t-shirt.

  2. Tap Band: Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

  3. Seniors - Dues of $20 need paid ASAP to Justin Mensik!

  4. NBC Sports Posters: Cheer, Cross Country, Dance, Football, Softball, Volleyball for sale at NBC Front Office. Posters are $5.

  5. Everyone interested in joining Art Club, bring a Logo Design for NBC Art Club 2017-18 to the Art Room (A1) and sign-up by September 8th.

  6. Homecoming breakfast for all students and their dates after the dance on Friday at the VFW.

  7. FPS has concessions at the junior high football tonight. We need workers for the 4:30-6 shift, as well as the 6-7:30 shift. Sign up in Mrs. Cody’s room.

  8. If you have any school appropriate songs for consideration for events please email nrasmussen@nbtigers.org for approval.

  9. Juniors - We have concession stand for Homecoming. Everyone is busy, but we still need people to sign up for times to work. You can sign up for times to work such as set-up, 1st half, half-time, 2nd half & clean-up, etc. You can work off money you owe If you owe money for lack of plant sales, If you are busy, recruit a parent or sibling to help. Sign up sheets on in Mr. R Wright’s room or on Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s office door.

10. FBLA has concessions Thursday, Sept. 7th for the softball game. We still need people starting at 3:45. Let Mrs. Miller know ASAP if you can help out!

11. All softball players, please stop in the office today.

12. Reminder to Speech/Musical/One-Act members we are working the concession stand this Saturday. See Mr. Lafleur for times available to work. Thanks to those who’ve signed up already!

13. There will be a short meeting for those interested in participating in Close Up this year. It will be Monday morning at 7:55, in Mr. Meyer’s room.

Happy Birthday Austin Taylor!

Announcements for September 6th, 2007

Announcements for September 6th

Today’s Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Poptarts Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Spaghetti Bake

Today’s Activities: Jostens will meet with officers at 9:45 and all seniors at 10:00

  1. FFA Dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. They are $20 for high school students and $5 for 8th graders. Please get them paid before September 15th to guarantee you get a t-shirt.

  2. Tap Band: Wednesday: Independent study Trumpet; Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

  3. Seniors - Dues of $20 need paid ASAP to Justin Mensik!

  4. NBC Sports Posters: Cheer, Cross Country, Dance, Football, Softball, Volleyball for sale at NBC Front Office. Posters are $5.

  5. Everyone interested in joining Art Club, bring a Logo Design for NBC Art Club 2017-18 to the Art Room (A1) and sign-up by September 8th.

  6. Homecoming breakfast for all students and their dates after the dance on Friday at the VFW.

  7. FPS has concessions at the junior high football game on Thursday. We need workers for the 4:30-6 shift, as well as the 6-7:30 shift. Sign up in Mrs. Cody’s room.

  8. If you have any school appropriate songs for consideration for events please email nrasmussen@nbtigers.org for approval.

  9. Juniors - We have concession stand for Homecoming. Everyone is busy, but we still need people to sign up for times to work. You can sign up for times to work such as set-up, 1st half, half-time, 2nd half & clean-up, etc. You can work off money you owe If you owe money for lack of plant sales, If you are busy, recruit a parent or sibling to help. Sign up sheets on in Mr. R Wright’s room or on Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s office door.

    1. FBLA has concessions Thursday, Sept. 7th for the softball game. We still need people starting at 3:45. Let Mrs. Miller know ASAP if you can help out!

    2. Congratulations to the Homecoming Candidates: Peter Emanuel, Joel Hines, James Seymour, Brandon Wardman, Brendan Pojar, Brooke Fredrickson, Kiley Allgood, Ella Endorf, Mackenzie Brabec, Hailey Bang and to the Honor Guard Members: Brock Ray, Justin Mensik, Michael Mensik, Austin Uhing, Holden Cave, Caitlyn Wiebold, Savannah Sindelar, Chloe Kirschenmann, Trinity Peterson and Emma Kavan

Announcements for September 5th, 2017

Announcements for September 5th

Today’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs or Yogurt & Cheese Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Long John
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch

Today’s Activities: JV Football @ Columbus at 5:00 Volleyball @ Pender at 5:30

JH Volleyball vs West Point-Beemer at 4:30

  1. FFA Dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. They are $20 for high school students and $5 for 8th graders. Please get them paid before September 15th to guarantee you get a t-shirt.

  2. Tap Band: Tuesday: Independent study Clarinet/Flute; Wednesday: Independent study Trumpet; Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

  3. Seniors - Dues of $20 need paid ASAP to Justin Mensik!

  4. NBC Sports Posters: Cheer, Cross Country, Dance, Football, Softball, Volleyball for sale at NBC Front Office. Posters are $5.

  5. Everyone interested in joining Art Club, bring a Logo Design for NBC Art Club 2017-18 to the Art Room (A1) and sign-up by September 8th.

  6. Juniors - We have concession stand for Homecoming. Everyone is busy, but we still need people to sign up for times to work. You can sign up for times to work such as set-up, 1st half, half-time, 2nd half & clean-up, etc. You can work off money you owe If you owe money for lack of plant sales, If you are busy, recruit a parent or sibling to help. Sign up sheets on in Mr. R Wright’s room or on Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s office door.

  7. Homecoming is coming! Next week is Homecoming week. Please plan to participate in our Spirit Week days, posted on all lockers! Outside dates (for the Homecoming dance) who do not attend NBC will require a permission form, available in the office; this form is required to be returned by next Tuesday. The doors for the dance will lock ONE HOUR after coronation on the track following the football game. Go Tigers!

  8. Spirit Wear of the Week: Sports Jerseys! Head out to support the Tiger Football Team as they take on West Point-Beemer Friday night AND/OR Volleyball at the Wisner-Pilger Tournament Saturday and wear your best Sports Jersey! NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, FIFA, or any NBC jersey; whatever it is, show your fan support loud and proud! Go Tigers!

  9. Homecoming breakfast for all students and their dates after the dance on Friday at the VFW.

10. FPS has concessions at the junior high football game on Thursday. We need workers for the 4:30-6 shift, as well as the 6-7:30 shift. Sign up in Mrs. Cody’s room.

11. If you have any school appropriate songs for consideration for events please email nrasmussen@nbtigers.org for approval.

Happy Birthday to Kyler Hellbusch!

Announcements for September 1st, 2017

Announcements for September 1st

Today’s Lunch: Pork Patty or Mr. Rib on Bun

Today’s Activities: Football @ West Point-Beemer at 7:00 Tomorrow: Volleyball @ Wisner
No School Monday ~ Labor Day

  1. FFA Dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. They are $20 for high school students and $5 for 8th graders. Please get them paid before September 15th to guarantee you get a t-shirt.

  2. Tap Band: Friday: Independent study Percussion

  3. The rep from Northeast Community College will be here today at 1:10. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  4. The West Point-Beemer Booster Club will be holding their kick-off tailgate party, serving hamburgers and hot dogs in our cafeteria before the game tonight.

  5. Everyone interested in joining Art Club, bring a Logo Design for NBC Art Club 2017-18 to the Art Room (A1) and sign-up by September 8th.

  6. Juniors - We have concession stand for Homecoming. Everyone is busy, but we still need people to sign up for times to work. You can sign up for times to work such as set-up, 1st half, half-time, 2nd half & clean-up, etc. You can work off money you owe If you owe money for lack of plant sales, If you are busy, recruit a parent or sibling to help. Sign up sheets on in Mr. R Wright’s room or on Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s office door.

  7. Homecoming is coming! Next week is Homecoming week. Please plan to participate in our Spirit Week days, posted on all lockers! Outside dates (for the Homecoming dance) who do not attend NBC will require a permission form, available in the office; this form is required to be returned by next Tuesday. The doors for the dance will lock ONE HOUR after coronation on the track following the football game. Go Tigers!

  8. Spirit Wear of the Week: Sports Jerseys! Head out to support the Tiger Football Team as they take on West Point-Beemer Friday night AND/OR Volleyball at the Wisner-Pilger Tournament Saturday and wear your best Sports Jersey! NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, FIFA, or any NBC jersey; whatever it is, show your fan support loud and proud! Go Tigers!

  9. Homecoming breakfast for all students and their dates after the dance on Friday at the VFW.

    Happy Birthday to Kaden Kitt and Elizabeth Richardson and over the long weekend to Abby Post, Reagan McConnell and Josie Cleveringa!

Announcements for August 31th, 2017

Announcements for August 31st

Today’s Lunch: Potato Boats
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Omelets
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pork Patty or Mr. Rib on Bun

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

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

1. 8th Grade Football players dismiss at 3:25 today.

  1. Tap Band: Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

  2. The rep from Northeast Community College will be here on Friday, September 1st at 1:10. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  3. Good luck to Cross Country, Junior High Football, Softball, and Volleyball as they all compete and represent NBC tonight! Go Tigers! Love, your favorite Spirit Squads (Cheer & Dance).

  4. Everyone interested in joining Art Club, bring a Logo Design for NBC Art Club 2017-18 to the Art Room (A1) and sign-up by September 8th.

  5. FPS has concessions tonight at softball game. Sign up for either shift inside Mrs. Cody’s door. We’ll need help at the early shift 4:30 - 6:30 and late shift 6:30 to 8:30.

    1. Homecoming is coming! Next week is Homecoming week. Please plan to participate in our Spirit Week days, posted on all lockers! Outside dates (for the Homecoming dance) who do not attend NBC will require a permission form, available in the office; this form is required to be returned by next Tuesday. The doors for the dance will lock ONE HOUR after coronation on the track following the football game. Go Tigers!

    2. Spirit Wear of the Week: Sports Jerseys! Head out to support the Tiger Football Team as they take on West Point-Beemer Friday night AND/OR Volleyball at the Wisner-Pilger Tournament Saturday and wear your best Sports Jersey! NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, FIFA, or any NBC jersey; whatever it is, show your fan support loud and proud! Go Tigers!

    3. Homecoming breakfast for all students and their dates after the dance on Friday at the VFW.

10. There are 2 acoustic guitars that were left in the band room from last year’s 6th grade or 8th grade music classes. See Mr. K. to identify and claim if it belongs to you.

Announcements for August 30th, 2017

 

Announcements for August 30th

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Fried Steak or Salisbury Steak Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Yogurt Parfait
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Potato Boats

1. 8th Grade Football players dismiss at 3:25 on Thursday.

  1. Tap Band: Wednesday: Independent study Trumpets; Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

  2. The rep from Northeast Community College will be here on Friday, September 1st at 1:10. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  3. Homecoming days next week

  4. Everyone interested in joining Art Club, bring a Logo Design for NBC Art Club 2017-18 to the Art Room (A1) and sign-up by September 8th.

  5. FPS has concessions at Thursday’s softball game. Sign up for either shift inside Mrs. Cody’s door. We’ll need help at the early shift 4:30 - 6:30 and late shift 6:30 to 8:30.

    1. Homecoming is coming! Next week is Homecoming week. Please plan to participate in our Spirit Week days, posted on all lockers! Outside dates (for the Homecoming dance) who do not attend NBC will require a permission form, available in the office; this form is required to be returned by next Tuesday. The doors for the dance will lock ONE HOUR after coronation on the track following the football game. Go Tigers!

    2. Next Tuesday the Homecoming theme is Tacky Tourist Tuesday.

    3. Homecoming breakfast for all students and their dates after the dance on Friday at the VFW.

10. If you missed the Speech and Drama meeting yesterday see Mr. Lafleur today for the information you need.

11. FFA Dues are payable to Mr. Mottl. They are $20 for high school students and $5 for 8th graders. Please get them paid before September 15th to guarantee you get a t-shirt.

Happy Birthday to Demarius Bosveld!

Announcements for August 29th, 2017

Announcements for August 29th

Today’s Lunch: Meatball Sub or Chicken Patty
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Chef Choice
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Fried Steak or Salisbury Steak

Today’s Activities: Softball @ Twin River at 4:30

1. Students please make sure you are not walking in between the buses at the end of the day. For your safety please cross where the crossing guard is.

2. Tap Band: Tuesday: Independent study Clarinets; Wednesday: Independent study Trumpets; Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

3. The rep from Northeast Community College will be here on Friday, September 1st at 1:10. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

4. Anyone interested in participating in speech and drama activities this year plan to attend an informational meeting in Mr. Lafleur’s room today at 3:35 PM. The meeting will last 5 min.

  1. SkillsUSA - We are having our first meeting of the year today during lunch. Please go through the lunch line and bring your tray to Mr. Wright’s room. You will receive important information about officially becoming a member of Skills. Hope to see you then!

  2. FPS has concessions at Thursday’s softball game. Sign up for either shift inside Mrs. Cody’s door. We’ll need help at the early shift 4:30 - 6:30 and late shift 6:30 to 8:30.

Announcements for August 28th, 2017

Announcements for August 28th

Today’s Lunch: Deli Sandwiches
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Coffee Cake
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Meatball Sub or Chicken Patty

Today’s Activities: Softball @ Madison at 4:30 Picture Day!

1. ALL FORMS NEED TO BE TURNED INTO THE OFFICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

2. Tap Band: Monday: Independent study Flutes; Tuesday: Independent study Clarinets; Wednesday: Independent
study Trumpets; Thursday: Independent study Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds; Friday: Independent study Percussion

3. Students please make sure you are not walking in between the buses at the end of the day. For your safety please cross where the crossing guard is.

4. The rep from Northeast Community College will be here on Friday, September 1st at 1:10. Any junior or senior that would like to meet with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.
5. Anyone interested in participating in speech and drama activities this year plan to attend an informational meeting in Mr. Lafleur's room Tues. Aug. 29 at 3:35 PM. The meeting will last 5 min.

6. SkillsUSA - We are having our first meeting of the year on Tuesday August 29th during lunch. Please go through the lunch line and bring your tray to Mr. Wright’s room. You will receive important information about officially becoming a member of Skills. Hope to see you then!

7. FPS has concessions at Thursday's softball game. Sign up for either shift inside Mrs. Cody's door. We'll need help at the early shift 4:30 - 6:30 and late shift 6:30 to 8:30.

8. Madison/Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family is hosting a triangular Monday. The softball team will be selling hamburgers and hot dogs.

Happy Birthday to Ethan Mullally and James Seymour!

Announcements for August 25th, 2017

Announcements for August 25th

Today’s Lunch: Tiger Panini
Monday’s Breakfast: French Toast Stix Monday’s Lunch: Deli Sandwiches

Today’s Activities: Football vs. Louisville at 7:00 Monday - Picture Day!

1. ALL FORMS NEED TO BE TURNED INTO THE OFFICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

  1. Tap Band: Friday: Percussion

  2. Thank you to everyone who purchased a 2017 yearbook!! If you didn’t get one but are interested there are a few for sale. The high school book is $65 and a middle school book is $35. These are sold on a first come, first serve basis. Questions? See Mrs. Ray.

  3. Beach theme for the football game tonight.

  4. Please excuse dance team members today at 3:25.

  5. SkillsUSA - We are having our first meeting of the year on Tuesday August 29th during lunch. Please go through the lunch line and bring your tray to Mr. Wright’s room. You will receive important information about officially becoming a member of Skills. Hope to see you then!

    Happy Birthday to Harley Cave and Kane Gutekunst and over the weekend to Jailee Howe!

Announcements for August 24th, 2017

Announcements for August 24th

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo or Mac and Cheese Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Funnel Cake
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Tiger Panini

Today’s Activities: JH Football Parents Meeting in Coach Wright’s room at 5:45

1. ALL FORMS NEED TO BE TURNED INTO THE OFFICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

  1. Tap Band: Thursday: Low Brass; Friday: Percussion

  2. Thank you to everyone who purchased a 2017 yearbook!! If you didn’t get one but are interested there are a few for sale. The high school book is $65 and a middle school book is $35. These are sold on a first come, first serve basis. Questions? See Mrs. Ray.

  3. Monday - picture day!

  4. Did you lose a fit bit? If so, come to the office to claim.

  5. SkillsUSA - We are having our first meeting of the year on Tuesday August 29th during lunch. Please go through the lunch line and bring your tray to Mr. Wright’s room. You will receive important information about officially becoming a member of Skills. Hope to see you then!

  6. These former Biology II students need to turn the insect and plant equipment back into Mr. Richardson ASAP. Cole Kluthe, Damon Reynolds, and Joe Howser.

  7. High School Football Team dinner will be tonight following practice at the Masonic lodge (just south of the city park).

  8. Beach theme for the football game Friday night.

Announcements for August 23, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Philly Sandwich
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Breakfast Burrito
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo or Mac and Cheese

1. ALL FORMS NEED TO BE TURNED INTO THE OFFICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

  1. Tap Band: Wednesday: Trumpet, Thursday: Low Brass; Friday: Percussion

  2. Thank you to everyone who purchased a 2017 yearbook!! If you didn’t get one but are interested there are a few for sale. The high school book is $65 and a middle school book is $35. These are sold on a first come, first serve basis. Questions? See Mrs. Ray.

  3. Monday - picture day

  4. Did you lose a fit bit? If so, come to the office to claim.

  5. SkillsUSA - We are having our first meeting of the year on Tuesday August 29th during lunch. Please go through the lunch line and bring your tray to Mr. Wright’s room. You will receive important information about officially becoming a member of Skills. Hope to see you then!

7. Cheerleaders and Dancers: we need to complete locker posters this week! Come into Coach Wright’s classroom after school for 10 minutes, 20 minutes or an hour! Stay as long as you want and help us get these done so we can get them on lockers ASAP! Merits will be awarded!

Happy Birthday to Peter Emanuel, Aleya Bourek, and Megan Ortmeier!

Announcements for August 22nd, 2017

Announcements for August 22nd

Today’s Lunch: Italian Dunkers Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pancake on a Stick Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chef Choice

Today’s Activities: Softball @ Yutan at 4:30 Volleyball @ Arlington at 5:00

1. ALL FORMS NEED TO BE TURNED INTO THE OFFICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

2. Tap Band: Tuesday: Saxophone, Wednesday: Trumpet, Thursday: Low Brass; Friday: Percussion

3. Thank you to everyone who purchased a 2017 yearbook!! If you didn’t get one but are interested there are a few for sale. The high school book is $65 and a middle school book is $35. These are sold on a first come, first serve basis. Questions? See Mrs. Ray.

Happy Birthday to Andrew Hall and Alisha Hernandez!

Announcements for August 21st, 2017

Announcements for August 21st

Today’s Lunch: Moon Rocks, Man in the Moon Smiles, Sun Rays and Lunear Milk
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Combo Bar
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Italian Dunkers

Today’s Activities: Softball vs David City at 5:00

1. ALL FORMS NEED TO BE TURNED INTO THE OFFICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

2. Tap Band: Monday: Flute/Clarinet, Tuesday: Saxophone, Wednesday: Trumpet, Thursday: Low Brass; Friday: Percussion

3. Students are asked to please be respectful of those studying in the library when you are walking through. Remember that middle school and high school are on different schedules and so other classes are using the library while you are walking through.

Happy Birthday to Miranda Trowbridge!

Announcements for August 16th, 2017

Announcements for August 16th

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

Today’s Activities: JH Football Meeting after school

1.Anyone in grades 7th or 8th interested in playing JH Football, please attend a meeting on Wednesday after school in Coach Roy Wright’s room

2. Jr. High Volleyball sign-up sheet on the outside of Mrs. Treat’s room if you are interested in volleyball.

3. Jr. High Volleyball Parent and Player meeting on Thursday, August 17th at 3:45 in Mrs. Treat’s room. Practice begins on Friday, August 18th. All physical forms MUST be turned in to practice.

4. ALL FORMS NEED TO BE TURNED INTO THE OFFICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

  1. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TAKE PART IN THE ECLIPSE, THE FORM MUST BE SIGNED AND TURNED INTO THE OFFICE BY THIS FRIDAY.

  2. Students are asked to please be respectful of those studying in the library when you are walking through. Remember that middle school and high school are on different schedules and so other classes are using the library while you are walking through.

  3. Students who are interested in participating on the competitive FPS team should sign up inside of Mrs. Cody’s door THIS WEEK.

  4. Build your Ark - 5.25” of rain so far!!!!!!!!

  5. The assessment fee for seniors has been changed to $20. Please come to the office for your refund.

Announcements for August 15th, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Crispitos or Chef Salad Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Omelet Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Pork Patty Today’s Activities: Dismissal at 1:30 Period 1 8:40-9:09 Period 2 9:12-9:41 Period 3 9:44-10:13 TAP 10:16-10:31 Period 5 10:34-11:03 Period 4 11:06-11:30 11:33-11:57 12:00-12:24 Period 6 12:27-12:57 Period 7 1:00-1:30 1.Anyone in grades 7th or 8th interested in playing JH Football, please attend a meeting on Wednesday after school in Coach Roy Wright’s room 2. Jr. High Volleyball sign-up sheet on the outside of Mrs. Treat’s room if you are interested in volleyball. 3. Jr. High Volleyball Parent and Player meeting on Thursday, August 17th at 3:45 in Mrs. Treat’s room. Practice begins on Friday, August 18th. All physical forms MUST be turned in to practice. 4. All 6th grade students will meet in the Tiger Den during 5th Period for Habits of Mind/Study Hall. 5. Please see Mrs. Ray today - Kelsi Korth, Cara Obershaw and Kory Bourek. THANK YOU

Announcements for August 17th, 2017

Announcements for August 17th

Today’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pretzels with Cheese Sauce Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: JH Football practice begins
JH VB Parent/Player Meeting at 3:45

Football Scrimmage at 7:00

1. The assessment fee for seniors has been changed to $20.

2. Jr. High Volleyball sign-up sheet on the outside of Mrs. Treat’s room if you are interested in volleyball.

3. Jr. High Volleyball Parent and Player meeting on Thursday, August 17th at 3:45 in Mrs. Treat’s room. Practice begins on Friday, August 18th. All physical forms MUST be turned in to practice.

4. ALL FORMS NEED TO BE TURNED INTO THE OFFICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

  1. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TAKE PART IN THE ECLIPSE, THE FORM MUST BE SIGNED AND TURNED INTO THE OFFICE BY THIS FRIDAY.

  2. Students are asked to please be respectful of those studying in the library when you are walking through. Remember that middle school and high school are on different schedules and so other classes are using the library while you are walking through.

  3. Students who are interested in participating on the competitive FPS team should sign up inside of Mrs. Cody’s door THIS WEEK.

  4. Students please to not come to school any sooner than 7:00am unless you are going to be with a teacher/coach or weights.

Announcements for August 18th, 2017

Announcements for August 18th

Today’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger
Monday’s Breakfast: Biscuits and Gravy
Monday’s Lunch: Moon Rocks, Man in the Moon Smiles, Sun Rays and Lunear Milk

Tomorrow’s Activities: NBC Softball Invite at 10:00
Remember to get your form for the eclipse viewing in by today!

1. The assessment fee for seniors has been changed to $20.
2. If you have any schedule changes, they need to be made today! See Mrs. Gaughen.
3. ALL FORMS NEED TO BE TURNED INTO THE OFFICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
4. Students who are interested in participating on the competitive FPS team should sign up inside of Mrs. Cody’s door THIS WEEK.

Happy Birthday today to Paige Swanson and over the weekend to Ella Endorf and Nick Kugler!

Announcements for May 16th, 2017

Announcements for May 16th

Today’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: Semester Test Periods 4 & 5 District Golf @ Oakland at

9:00 ~ Good Luck Tigers!

1. Any wrestler attending wrestling camp in Wisconsin needs to turn in their registration sheets to Coach Streff ASAP!

2. Attention Summer and Fall Softball players. We will be having an open batting cage session every Wednesday morning this summer from 9a.m.to 10a.m. following weights. Stop by if you want to take some extra batting practice or if you have any area of your softball game that you to improve. This opportunity is open to any girl, regardless of age that wants to get better.

3. If you are interested in receiving your CNA certification through Methodist College this summer, classes will meet in Fremont beginning May 18th. Pick up a form in the office.

  1. Driver’s Ed Class will be June 19-23 from 8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. in the Elementary. Cost is $250 (outside of the district cost will be $330). More information on the website and flyers can be picked up in the office. Deadline for sign up is June 14th.

  2. There will be a brief throwers meeting after school today in the gym.

  3. Tanner Wietfeld, Kendra Lorence, Elsa Rasmussen, Chase Ruzicka, Aaron Owen need to tell Mrs. Gross-Rhode where you want your extra Plant Sales earnings to go or the money will stay in the Prom account.

  4. Junior High Volleyball - you must get signed out by Mrs. Treat before leaving for the day.

8. All current freshman and stop by the office to pick up your schedules for next year.

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

Announcements for May 15th, 2017

Announcements for May 15th

Today’s Lunch: Chili Cheese Fries
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Chef Choice

Today’s Activities: Semester Test Periods 1,2 and 3

1. Any wrestler attending wrestling camp in Wisconsin needs to turn in their registration sheets to Coach Streff ASAP!

2. Attention Summer and Fall Softball players. We will be having an open batting cage session every Wednesday morning this summer from 9a.m.to 10a.m. following weights. Stop by if you want to take some extra batting practice or if you have any area of your softball game that you to improve. This opportunity is open to any girl, regardless of age that wants to get better.

3. If you are interested in receiving your CNA certification through Methodist College this summer, classes will meet in Fremont beginning May 18th. Pick up a form in the office.

4. Driver’s Ed Class will be June 19-23 from 8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. in the Elementary. Cost is $250 (outside of the district cost will be $330). More information on the website and flyers can be picked up in the office. Deadline for sign up is June 14th.

5. There will be a brief throwers meeting after school today in the gym.

Announcements for May 12th, 2017

Announcements for May 12th

Today’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken Monday’s Lunch: Chef Choice Monday’s Breakfast: Pretzel & Cheese

Today’s Activities: Welcome 5th graders to our building! Semester Testing

Middle School to TD Ameritrade

Graduation on Sunday at 2:00

1. Sign out sheets are on a table by the cafeteria for grades 8-11. Physical forms are attached along with the free physical information

provided by Fremont Area Medical Center. This will be held on Wednesday, June 7th at 6:00. The school provides transportation and the bus will depart at 5:15.

  1. 8th-11th Grade Students (Boys and Girls): Did you know a number of NCAA Division I, II and III schools offer FULL RIDE SCHOLARSHIPS to qualified school mascots? If you’re interested in being Turbo the Tiger next year, there’s a sign up sheet out side Coach Wright’s classroom (A17) and we’ll have an informational meeting by the end of the week. We’ll be bringing in a 3-time NCAA All-American mascot for a mascot camp this summer to prep for Football season! Anyone interested, be sure to get your name on the list!

  2. Cross Country Meeting Monday 7:43 in Mr. Ziettlow’s Room. If you can’t make the meeting and are interested in joining in on the fun next fall, see Mr. Ziettlow.

  3. Library books were due back into the library May 3. You may still have ONE book checked out so you have something to read during TAP. All library books are due back on Monday.

  4. The following boys have not turned in their track gear: Gage Dunn, Owen Broad, Ian Virka, and Preston Knapp.

  5. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Your $100 deposit is due to the office by Friday! If you need to talk to Coach Schwanebeck or Coach Wright about this to set up a payment plan, please do so before Friday!

  6. Driver’s Ed Class will be June 19-23 from 8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. in the Elementary. Cost is $250 (outside of the district cost will be $330). More information on the website and flyers can be picked up in the office. Deadline for sign up is June 14th.

  7. If you are interested in receiving your CNA certification through Methodist College this summer, classes will meet in Fremont beginning May 18th. Pick up a form in the office.

  8. JH Track Girls turn your uniform and sweats in to Mr. Streff’s room.

10. CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR GIRLS AND BOYS DISTRICT TRACK CHAMPIONS AND TO OUR NUMEROUS

STATE QUALIFIERS! WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU!

11. Attention Summer and Fall Softball players. We will be having an open batting cage session every Wednesday morning this summer from 9a.m.to 10a.m. following weights. Stop by if you want to take some extra batting practice or if you have any area of your softball game that you to improve. This opportunity is open to any girl, regardless of age that wants to get better.

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

Absences: Luca Colnago, Jarrett Poessnecker, Hannah Johnson, Jaxson Chapman, Garance Henaut

Announcements for May 11th, 2017

Announcements for May 11th

Today’s Lunch: Deli Ham or Deli Turkey Tomorrow’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Combo Bar

Today’s Activities: District Track @ Yutan at 10:00 Golf @ Tekamah at 9:00

  1. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: We will have a short meeting Friday morning at 7:45am in Coach Wright’s classroom to discuss summer plans and vote on a few items. Please be there on time. We will feed you!

  2. 8th-11th Grade Students (Boys and Girls): Did you know a number of NCAA Division I, II and III schools offer FULL RIDE SCHOLARSHIPS to qualified school mascots? If you’re interested in being Turbo the Tiger next year, there’s a sign up sheet out side Coach Wright’s classroom (A17) and we’ll have an informational meeting by the end of the week. We’ll be bringing in a 3-time NCAA All-American mascot for a mascot camp this summer to prep for Football season! Anyone interested, be sure to get your name on the list!

  3. Cross Country Meeting Tuesday 7:43 in Mr. Ziettlow’s Room. If you can’t make the meeting and are interested in joining in on the fun next fall, see Mr. Ziettlow.

  4. Library books were due back into the library May 3. You may still have ONE book checked out so you have something to read during TAP. All library books are due back on Monday.

5.7th and 8th boys track need to get their track gear in by today or you will be charged for lost sweats and uniforms. Find Coach Richardson either before school or after school to check in

6. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Your $100 deposit is due to the office by Friday! If you need to talk to Coach Schwanebeck or Coach Wright about this to set up a payment plan, please do so before Friday!

  1. Driver’s Ed Class will be June 19-23 from 8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. in the Elementary. Cost is $250 (outside of the district cost will be $330). More information on the website and flyers can be picked up in the office. Deadline for sign up is June 14th.

  2. If you are interested in receiving your CNA certification through Methodist College this summer, classes will meet in Fremont beginning May 18th. Pick up a form in the office.

  3. JH Track Girls turn your uniform and sweats in to Mr. Streff’s room.

Announcements for May 10th, 2017

Announcements for May 10th

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Drumsticks or Beef Blasters Tomorrow’s Lunch: Deli Ham or Deli Turkey Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Patty

  1. 6th and 7th graders who are interested in playing football next fall, there will be an informational meeting in the weight room at 7:50am on Thursday.
    If you cannot make it, please let Coach Stieren know.

  2. 8th-11th Grade Students (Boys and Girls): Did you know a number of NCAA Division I, II and III schools offer FULL RIDE SCHOLARSHIPS to qualified school mascots? If you’re interested in being Turbo the Tiger next year, there’s a sign up sheet out side Coach Wright’s classroom (A17) and we’ll have an informational meeting by the end of the week. We’ll be bringing in a 3-time NCAA All-American mascot for a mascot camp this summer to prep for Football season! Anyone interested, be sure to get your name on the list!

  3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Wednesday: Clainet, Thurs: Low Brass/Low Winds/Saxopone/FHorn, Friday: Percussion.

  4. Library books were due back into the library May 3. You may still have ONE book checked out so you have something to read during TAP. All library books are due back on Monday.

5.7th and 8th boys track need to get their track gear in by Thursday or you will be charged for lost sweats and uniforms. Find Coach Richardson either before school or after school to check in

6. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders and Dancers: Your $100 deposit is due to the office by Friday! If you need to talk to Coach Schwanebeck or Coach Wright about this to set up a payment plan, please do so before Friday!

7. Driver’s Ed Class will be June 19-23 from 8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. in the Elementary. Cost is $250 (outside of the district cost will be $330). More information on the website and flyers can be picked up in the office. Deadline for sign up is June 14th.

8. If you are interested in receiving your CNA certification through Methodist College this summer, classes will meet in Fremont beginning May 18th. Pick up a form in the office.

9. Please check the lost and found items.

10. JH Track Girls turn your uniform and sweats in to Mr. Streff’s room.

11. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders: Please stop by Coach Wright’s classroom (A17) TODAY to get your t-shirt size down so we can order parade shirts!

12. Any wrestler attending summer camp in Wisconsin, please see Mr. Streff today.
13. Please remember the color printer is not working in the library for the rest of the year.

Happy Birthday to Hannah Murray and Joslyn Reker!

Announcements for May 9th, 2017

Announcements for May 9th

Today’s Lunch: Pizza
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Drumsticks or Beef Blasters Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Chef’s Choice

Today’s Activities:
Seniors Last Day ~ Good Luck to the Class of 2017

  1. 6th and 7th graders who are interested in playing football next fall, there will be an informational meeting in the weight room at 7:50am on Thursday.
    If you cannot make it, please let Coach Stieren know.

  2. 8th-11th Grade Students (Boys and Girls): Did you know a number of NCAA Division I, II and III schools offer FULL RIDE SCHOLARSHIPS to qualified school mascots? If you’re interested in being Turbo the Tiger next year, there’s a sign up sheet out side Coach Wright’s classroom (A17) and we’ll have an informational meeting by the end of the week. We’ll be bringing in a 3-time NCAA All-American mascot for a mascot camp this summer to prep for Football season! Anyone interested, be sure to get your name on the list!

  3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Tuesday: Trumpet, Wednesday: Clainet, Thurs: Low Brass/Low Winds/Saxopone/FHorn, Friday: Percussion.

4. All wrestlers attending summer camp in Wisconsin need to attend the Tiger Classic meeting Monday, May 8th at 7:00 p.m. in Mr. Streff’s room. Either you and/or a parent need to attend.

5.7th and 8th boys track need to get their track gear in by Thursday or you will be charged for lost sweats and uniforms. Find Coach Richardson either before school or after school to check in

  1. SkillsUSA - If you are interested in being an officer for the NBC SkillsUSA Chapter next year please go to https://sites.google. com/a/nbtigers.org/north-bend-central---sts/skillsusa There you will find directions about how to apply. The deadline to have everything turned in is May 8th at 3:30.

  2. Driver’s Ed Class will be June 19-23 from 8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. in the Elementary. Cost is $250 (outside of the district cost will be $330). More information on the website and flyers can be picked up in the office. Deadline for sign up is June 14th.

  3. If you are interested in receiving your CNA certification through Methodist College this summer, classes will meet in Fremont beginning May 18th. Pick up a form in the office.

9. Please check the lost and found items.

10. JH Track Girls turn your uniform and sweats in to Mr. Streff’s room.

Announcements for May 8th, 2017

Announcements for May 8th

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

Today’s Activities: Middle School Extravaganza at 7:00 EHC Golf @ West Point at 9:00

1. We have in the office a lost camera, a lost set of headphones and a charging battery pack (left on the JH Track Bus). Please come to the office to claim.

2. Please check the lost and found items.

3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE:

  1. All wrestlers attending summer camp in Wisconsin need to attend the Tiger Classic meeting Monday, May 8th at 7:00 p.m. in Mr. Streff’s room. Either you and/or a parent need to attend.

  2. Juniors please pick up your class t-shirts today after school in the cafeteria.

  3. SkillsUSA - If you are interested in being an officer for the NBC SkillsUSA Chapter next year please go to https://sites.google. com/a/nbtigers.org/north-bend-central---sts/skillsusa There you will find directions about how to apply. The deadline to have everything turned in is May 8th at 3:30.

  4. Driver’s Ed Class will be June 19-23 from 8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. in the Elementary. Cost is $250 (outside of the district cost will be $330). More information on the website and flyers can be picked up in the office. Deadline for sign up is June 14th.

  5. If you are interested in receiving your CNA certification through Methodist College this summer, classes will meet in Fremont beginning May 18th. Pick up a form in the office.

9. JH Track please take all items out of our gym lockers and take them home this week. 10.

11. JH Track Girls Congratulations on a great season. 8th grade girls 1st place at Conference and 7th grade girls 2nd place at conference. JH Track Girls please turn your sweats and uniform in to Mr. Streff's room, Monday, May 8 after school. Thank you

12. 8th-11th Grade Students (Boys and Girls): Did you know a number of NCAA Division I, II and III schools offer FULL RIDE SCHOLARSHIPS to qualified school mascots? If you're interested in being Turbo the Tiger next year, there's a sign up sheet outside Coach Wright's classroom (A17) and we'll have an informational meeting by the end of the week. We'll be bringing in a 3-time NCAA All-American mascot for a mascot camp this summer to prep for Football season! Anyone interested, be sure to get your name on the list!

12. JH Track Girls turn your uniform and sweats in to Mr. Streff's room.

13. Students have a chance to win a free plant for their mother/grandmother for Mother's Day. We will raffle off the extra plants from the plant sale. Each homeroom and TAP group should have pink slips for you to write your name on. We will draw today. Winner's will pick up their plant in the library.

Tap Band Schedule:

Monday: Flute, Tuesday: Trumpet, Wednesday: Clainet, Thurs: Low Brass/Low Winds/Saxopone/FHorn, Friday: Percussion.

6th and 7th graders who are interested in playing football next fall, there will be an informational meeting in the weight room at

7:50am on Thursday. If you cannot make it, please let Coach Stieren know.

Announcements for May 5th, 2017

Announcements for May 5th

Today’s Lunch: Macho Nacho Monday’s Lunch: Taco or Fajita Monday’s Breakfast: French Toast Stix

Today’s Activities: EHC JH Track @ Wisner at 10:00 National Honor Society Dinner at 5:30

Honors Night at 7:00

1. We have in the office a lost camera and a lost set of headphones. Please come to the office to claim.

2. Pick up an application for the UNL Summer Speech Camp Scholarship from Mr. Lafleur. Applications are due today at 3:30 PM to Mr. Lafleur.

3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Friday: Percussion
4.
All wrestlers attending summer camp in Wisconsin need to attend the Tiger Classic meeting Monday, May 8th at 7:00 p.m. in

Mr. Streff’s room. Either you and/or a parent need to attend.

5. IF YOU ARE RECEIVING AN AWARD FOR HONORS NIGHT TONIGHT, YOU SHOULD HAVE RECEIVED A LETTER IN TAP THIS WEEK. THERE WILL ALSO BE A LIST AT LUNCH POSTED AND A LIST POSTED ON THE WEBSITE.

  1. SkillsUSA - If you are interested in being an officer for the NBC SkillsUSA Chapter next year please go to https://sites.google. com/a/nbtigers.org/north-bend-central---sts/skillsusa There you will find directions about how to apply. The deadline to have everything turned in is May 8th at 3:30.

  2. Driver’s Ed Class will be June 19-23 from 8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. in the Elementary. Cost is $250 (outside of the district cost will be $330). More information on the website and flyers can be picked up in the office. Deadline for sign up is June 14th.

  3. If you are interested in receiving your CNA certification through Methodist College this summer, classes will meet in Fremont beginning May 18th. Pick up a form in the office.

9. Please check the lost and found items.

Happy Birthday over the weekend to Luca Colnago and Arissa Obershaw!

Announcements for May 4th, 2017

Announcements for May 4th

Today’s Lunch: Beef or Chicken Philly Tomorrow’s Lunch: Macho Nacho Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pancake on a stick

Today’s Activities: Track @ Raymond Central at 2:30 NBC Golf Invite at 9:30

Plant Sales Pick Up 8:00-6:00

1. Jostens will be here Friday to deliver class rings.

2. Pick up an application for the UNL Summer Speech Camp Scholarship from Mr. Lafleur. Applications are due Friday May 5 at 3:30 PM to Mr. Lafleur.

3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Thursday: Low Brass/Low Winds/Horn/Saxophone; Friday: Percussion
4.
All wrestlers attending summer camp in Wisconsin need to attend the Tiger Classic meeting Monday, May 8th at 7:00 p.m. in

Mr. Streff’s room. Either you and/or a parent need to attend.

  1. Library books were due back into the library May 3. You may still have ONE book checked out so you have something to read during TAP.

  2. SkillsUSA - If you are interested in being an officer for the NBC SkillsUSA Chapter next year please go to https://sites.google. com/a/nbtigers.org/north-bend-central---sts/skillsusa There you will find directions about how to apply. The deadline to have everything turned in is May 8th at 3:30.

  3. Driver’s Ed Class will be June 19-23 from 8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. in the Elementary. Cost is $250 (outside of the district cost will be $330). More information on the website and flyers can be picked up in the office. Deadline for sign up is June 14th.

  4. If you are interested in receiving your CNA certification through Methodist College this summer, classes will meet in Fremont beginning May 18th. Pick up a form in the office.

9. IF YOU ARE RECEIVING AN AWARD FOR HONORS NIGHT FRIDAY NIGHT, YOU SHOULD RECEIVE A LETTER IN TAP TODAY TO BE TAKEN HOME. THERE WILL ALSO BE A LIST AT LUNCH POSTED AND A LIST POSTED ON THE WEBSITE.

10. We have in the office a lost camera and a lost set of headphones. Please come to the office to claim.

11. Thanks to all the students and staff that helped with day one of the Plant Sale. Sophomores who are not in track...we need help from 5:30 - 6:30 to clean up gym. If Mr. Wright and Mrs. Gross-Rhode don’t have at least 6 people to help clean up, we will make a sizable contribution from your profits to a local charity. There is a lot more to a successful plant sale than just selling plants.

Announcements for May 3rd, 2017

Announcements for May 3rd

Today’s Lunch: Scalloped Potatoes with Ham or Salisbury Steak Tomorrow’s Lunch: Beef or Chicken Philly
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Chef Choice

Today’s Activities: Science Club @ Ashland Safari Park 8th Graders @ UNL

Plant Sales Pick-Up

1 .If there is not a lunch card for you in the lunch line - that means you owe money!

2. Seniors - Lunch balances need to be paid in order to receive diploma!

3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Low Brass/Low Winds/Horn/Saxophone; Friday: Percussion

4. Sophomores: We need more help with Plant Sales on Thursday. Please sign up. Reminder: If you earned money to be transferred to another account, you MUST work a shift at the plant sale or the money stays in the class account. If you have conflicts, find someone to work for you.

  1. Library books are due back into the library May 3 so we can begin to inventory books before seniors’ last day. All students can keep one book so you have something to read, but if you have multiple books checked out please get the extras turned in.

  2. SkillsUSA - If you are interested in being an officer for the NBC SkillsUSA Chapter next year please go to https://sites.google. com/a/nbtigers.org/north-bend-central---sts/skillsusa There you will find directions about how to apply. The deadline to have everything turned in is May 8th at 3:30.

  3. Driver’s Ed Class will be June 19-23 from 8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. in the Elementary. Cost is $250 (outside of the district cost will be $330). More information on the website and flyers can be picked up in the office. Deadline for sign up is June 14th.

  4. If you are interested in receiving your CNA certification through Methodist College this summer, classes will meet in Fremont beginning May 18th. Pick up a form in the office.

9. IF YOU ARE RECEIVING AN AWARD FOR HONORS NIGHT FRIDAY NIGHT, YOU SHOULD RECEIVE A LETTER IN TAP TODAY TO BE TAKEN HOME. THERE WILL ALSO BE A LIST AT LUNCH POSTED AND A LIST POSTED ON THE WEBSITE.

10. Jostens will be here Friday to deliver class rings.

11. We have in the office a lost camera and a lost set of headphones. Please come to the office to claim.

12. Pick up an application for the UNL Summer Speech Camp Scholarship from Mr. Lafleur. Applications are due Friday May 5 at 3:30 PM to Mr. Lafleur.

Happy Birthday to Cody Nelson!

Announcements for May 2nd, 2017

Announcements for May 2nd

Today’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Pork Patty Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chef Choice Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Long Johns

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

Cheer/Dance Parent Meeting at 7:00

Be sure to thank the kitchen ladies today for all of their hard work!

1 .If there is not a lunch card for you in the lunch line - that means you owe money!
2. Seniors - Lunch balances need to be paid in order to receive diploma!

3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Tuesday: Flute/Clarinet; Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Low Brass/Low Winds/Horn/Saxophone; Friday: Percussion

4. Sophomores: We need more help with Plant Sales on Thursday. Please sign up. Reminder: If you earned money to be transferred to another account, you MUST work a shift at the plant sale or the money stays in the class account. If you have conflicts, find someone to work for you.

  1. Library books are due back into the library May 3 so we can begin to inventory books before seniors’ last day. All students can keep one book so you have something to read, but if you have multiple books checked out please get the extras turned in.

  2. SkillsUSA - If you are interested in being an officer for the NBC SkillsUSA Chapter next year please go to https://sites.google. com/a/nbtigers.org/north-bend-central---sts/skillsusa There you will find directions about how to apply. The deadline to have everything turned in is May 8th at 3:30.

  3. Driver’s Ed Class will be June 19-23 from 8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. in the Elementary. Cost is $250 (outside of the district cost will be $330). More information on the website and flyers can be picked up in the office. Deadline for sign up is June 14th.

8.Any student who was involved in FPS this year - we are still looking to fill a few slots for the Mayfest Food stand tonight. See Mrs. Cody today to sign up for an hour-long shift. It will be lots of fun!

9. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders and Dance Team Members: Parent meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 2 at 7pm in the Tiger Den. Mark your calendars and be there early with a parent, please! If you can’t make it, please let Coach Wright or Coach Schwanebeck know ASAP!

10. Congratulations to our track teams - Boys were EHC Champions and Girls received 4th place.

Happy Birthday to Kodee del Valle!

Announcements for May 1rst, 2017

Announcements for May 1st

Today’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Pork Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza

Today’s Activities: EHC Track @ Twin River at 10:00 6th Grade Honor Band @ Pender

Mayfest 6:00-8:00 Seniors at Smeals

1 .If there is not a lunch card for you in the lunch line - that means you owe money!
2. Seniors - Lunch balances need to be paid in order to receive diploma!

  1. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Monday: None; Tuesday: Flute/Clarinet; Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Low Brass/Low Winds/ Horn/Saxophone; Friday: Percussion

  2. Mandatory meeting for those going on the Zoo Safari Trip with the Science Club on Tuesday May 2nd at 7:45 am. We will talk about expectations and what you will need to bring. Please be on time so that we can cover everything.

  3. Library books are due back into the library May 3 so we can begin to inventory books before seniors’ last day. All students can keep one book so you have something to read, but if you have multiple books checked out please get the extras turned in.

  4. Sophomores....all hands on deck for Plant Sale on Wednesday and Thursday. If you signed up to work, we need you to be there.

  5. National Honor Society Banquet Tickets: Current NHS members and family members of current and new members wanting to eat at the National Honor Society banquet on May 1st need to purchase tickets by Monday, May 1st. Tickets are $8 each. Please see Jill in the office to buy your tickets. (New members - Booster Club pays for your meals.

8.Any student who was involved in FPS this year - we are still looking to fill a few slots for the Mayfest Food stand tonight. See Mrs. Cody today to sign up for an hour-long shift. It will be lots of fun!

9. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders and Dance Team Members: Parent meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 2 at 7pm in the Tiger Den. Mark your calendars and be there early with a parent, please! If you can’t make it, please let Coach Wright or Coach Schwanebeck know ASAP!

10. Driver’s Ed Class will be June 19-23 from 8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. in the Elementary. Cost is $250 (outside of the district cost will be $330). More information on the website and flyers can be picked up in the office. Deadline for sign up is June 14th.

Happy Birthday to Jacob Sousek!

Announcements for April 28th, 2017

Announcements for April 28th

Today’s Lunch: Meatball Sub or Chicken Patty Monday’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken
Monday’s Breakfast: Omelets

Today’s Activities: Leadership Luncheon at Midland Tomorrow: EHC Track @ Twin River at 9:00

Golf @ Oakland-Craig at 9:00

1. Seniors - You will be going to Smeal’s on Monday. You will need to wear pants and closed toed shoes.

2. Seniors - Lunch balances need to be paid in order to receive diploma!

3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: No Tap Band sectionals this week
4.
Mandatory meeting for those going on the Zoo Safari Trip with the Science Club on Tuesday May 2nd at 7:45 am. We will talk

about expectations and what you will need to bring. Please be on time so that we can cover everything.

5. Library books are due back into the library May 3 so we can begin to inventory books before seniors’ last day. All students can keep one book so you have something to read, but if you have multiple books checked out please get the extras turned in.

6. All seniors will meet in the chorus room today during TAP to practice the senior song.

  1. National Honor Society Banquet Tickets: Current NHS members and family members of current and new members wanting to eat at the National Honor Society banquet on May 5th need to purchase tickets by Monday, May 5th. Tickets are $8 each. Please see Jill in the office to buy your tickets. (New members - Booster Club pays for your meals.

  2. We need sophomores to sign up to work at the Plant Sale next Wednesday and Thursday. We have $15,000 in plants sold that will be picked up in 2 days. If you were a big seller and you have some money going to another account you must work a shift or your money will stay with the Prom account. I you didn’t reach the $150 sales goal, you can work at the Plant Sale to reduce the amount you will owe or next year’s Prom. The sign-up sheet in on Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s door. Some have already signed up. Check the list to see if you are one of them.

  3. Seniors - If interested in purchasing a copy of the slide show, see Mrs. Ray. The cost is $8.00.

10. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders and Dance Team Members: Parent meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 2 at 7pm in the Tiger Den. Mark your calendars and be there early with a parent, please! If you can’t make it, please let Coach Wright or Coach

Schwanebeck know ASAP!

11. MayFest is Monday, May 1. One of the main attractions is the Nebraska National Guard Inflatable Obstacle Course. In order to participate on the course, you need a form signed by your parents filled out and turned in to the school. You can get this done ahead of time by getting a form in the office and turning it in to the office prior to Monday. This will save you time waiting in line.

Tickets to run the course are 2 for $1 and will be sold that night.

12. All independent study band students need to get, fill out and return their Band lettering points sheet to Mr. K. by this Friday.

13. Mr. Sterup is looking for kids to help set up and tear down the obstacle course and other games before MayFest on Monday. Kids who help will be allowed to run the obstacle course for free. If you are interested, see Mr. Sterup or Jill in the office. You will need be there around 5:30 for set up and at 8:00 for teardown.

Happy Birthday over the weekend to Cierra Kluthe!

Announcements for April 27th, 2017

Announcements for April 27th

Today’s Lunch: Potato Boat with Toppings Tomorrow’s Lunch: Meatball Sub or Chicken Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: A+ Biscuit

Today’s Activities: JH Track vs Bergan/Ft.Calhoun at 4:00 Golf @ Blair at 3:00

  1. If you are a member of Science Club and plan on attending the zoo safari trip in May you need to stop by Mr. Nicola’s room to sign up for a time to work Mayfest. We will making homemade soda by using dry ice and flavored water.

  2. If you are going to the Zoo Safari Trip with the science club, you need to stop by Mr. Nicola’s room to grab a sign out sheet. The sheet must be signed and returned by Tuesday May, 2nd.

  3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: No Tap Band sectionals this week

4. Softball players please stop by Mr. Meyer’s room to sign up for a time to work during Mayfest.
5. FBLA Members: Sign up for a 30 minute work shift for Mayfest outside of Mrs. Miller’s door.
6.
2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: You MUST sign up for a time to assist with Mayfest games! Sign up sheets are outside

Coach Wright’s door (A17). Everyone MUST serve and there are limited spots for time so sign up ASAP to get your

preference. Mayfest is Monday, May 1, so get it on your calendar NOW!
7. National Honor Society Banquet Tickets: Current NHS members and family members of current and new members wanting to eat

at the National Honor Society banquet on May 5th need to purchase tickets by Monday, May 5th. Tickets are $8 each. Please see

Jill in the office to buy your tickets. (New members - Booster Club pays for your meals. )
8.
SENIORS - you may come to the office to sign up who you will be marching with at Graduation by this FRIDAY.

9. Next week you will no longer be able to charge extras in the lunch room from now until the end of the year.
10. Money was found in the cafeteria last week. Please come to the office to claim.
11. MayFest is Monday, May 1. One of the main attractions is the Nebraska National Guard Inflatable Obstacle Course. In order to

participate on the course, you need a form signed by your parents filled out and turned in to the school. You can get this done

ahead of time by getting a form in the office and turning it in to the office prior to Monday. This will save you time waiting in line. Tickets to run the course are 2 for $1 and will be sold that night.

12. All independent study band students need to get, fill out and return their Band lettering points sheet to Mr. K. by this Friday.
13. Mr. Sterup is looking for kids to help set up and tear down the obstacle course and other games before MayFest on Monday. Kids

who help will be allowed to run the obstacle course for free. If you are interested, see Mr. Sterup or Jill in the office. You will need

be there around 5:30 for set up and at 8:00 for teardown.
14. Art Club Members need to sign up to do face painting at Mayfest. The sign-up sheet is outside the Art Room door.
15. All seniors will meet in the chorus room Friday during TAP to practice the senior song.
16. Seniors - If interested in purchasing a copy of the slide show, see Mrs. Ray. The cost is $8.00.
17. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders and Dance Team Members: Parent meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 2 at 7pm in the Tiger Den.

Mark your calendars and be there early with a parent, please! If you can’t make it, please let Coach Wright or Coach Schwanebeck know ASAP!

  1. We need sophomores to sign up to work at the Plant Sale next Wednesday and Thursday. We have $15,000 in plants sold that will be picked up in 2 days. If you were a big seller and you have some money going to another account you must work a shift or your money will stay with the Prom account. I you didn’t reach the $150 sales goal, you can work at the Plant Sale to reduce the amount you will owe or next year’s Prom. The sign-up sheet in on Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s door. Some have already signed up. Check the list to see if you are one of them.

  2. Library books are due back into the library May 3 so we can begin to inventory books before seniors’ last day. All students can keep one book so you have something to read, but if you have multiple books checked out please get the extras turned in.

  3. Mandatory meeting for those going on the Zoo Safari Trip with the Science Club on Tuesday May 2nd at 7:45 am. We will talk about expectations and what you will need to bring. Please be on time so that we can cover everything.

    Happy Birthday yesterday to Austin Endorf!

Announcements for April 26th, 2017

Announcements for April 26th

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Nuggets
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Potato Boat with Toppings Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Yogurt

Today’s Activities: NBC Golf Invite ~ Cancelled

1. If you are a member of Science Club and plan on attending the zoo safari trip in May you need to stop by Mr. Nicola’s room to sign up for a time to work Mayfest.

We will making homemade soda by using dry ice and flavored water.

2. Blood drive will be held at the City Auditorium on Thursday, April 27th from noon to 6:00 p.m.

3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: No Tap Band sectionals this week

4. Softball players please stop by Mr. Meyer’s room to sign up for a time to work during Mayfest.
5. FBLA Members: Sign up for a 30 minute work shift for Mayfest outside of Mrs. Miller’s door.
6.
2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: You MUST sign up for a time to assist with Mayfest games! Sign up sheets are outside

Coach Wright’s door (A17). Everyone MUST serve and there are limited spots for time so sign up ASAP to get your

preference. Mayfest is Monday, May 1, so get it on your calendar NOW!

  1. National Honor Society Banquet Tickets: Current NHS members and family members of current and new members wanting to eat

    at the National Honor Society banquet on May 5th need to purchase tickets by Monday, May 5th. Tickets are $8 each. Please see

    Jill in the office to buy your tickets. (New members - Booster Club pays for your meals. )

  2. SENIORS - you may come to the office to sign up who you will be marching with at Graduation.

  3. Next week you will no longer be able to charge extras in the lunch room from now until the end of the year.

10. Money was found in the cafeteria last week. Please come to the office to claim.
11. MayFest is Monday, May 1. One of the main attractions is the Nebraska National Guard Inflatable Obstacle Course. In order to

participate on the course, you need a form signed by your parents filled out and turned in to the school. You can get this done

ahead of time by getting a form in the office and turning it in to the office prior to Monday. This will save you time waiting in line. Tickets to run the course are 2 for $1 and will be sold that night.

12. All independent study band students need to get, fill out and return their Band lettering points sheet to Mr. K. by this Friday.
13. Mr. Sterup is looking for kids to help set up and tear down the obstacle course and other games before MayFest on Monday. Kids

who help will be allowed to run the obstacle course for free. If you are interested, see Mr. Sterup or Jill in the office. You will need

be there around 5:30 for set up and at 8:00 for teardown.
14. Art Club Members need to sign up to do face painting at Mayfest. The sign-up sheet is outside the Art Room door.

  1. The Media Center Color printer is in need of a part. Until we get it, all color print jobs will automatically come out of the Black

    and White printer in the Media Center.

  2. Wednesday is “National Walk-at-:Lunch Day” - We will be walking during TAP, weather permitting, so make sure you have

    comfortable shoes to wear. Blue Cross Blue Shield will donate $20 to NE Special Olympics on behalf of your effort!

  3. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders and Dance Team Members: Parent meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 2 at 7pm in the Tiger Den.

    Mark your calendars and be there early with a parent, please! If you can’t make it, please let Coach Wright or Coach

Schwanebeck know ASAP!

18. We need sophomores to sign up to work at the Plant Sale next Wednesday and Thursday. We have $15,000 in plants sold that will be picked up in 2 days. If you were a big seller and you have some money going to another account you must work a shift or your money will stay with the Prom account. I you didn’t reach the $150 sales goal, you can work at the Plant Sale to reduce the amount you will owe or next year’s Prom. The sign-up sheet in on Mrs. Gross-Rhode’s door. Some have already signed up. Check the list to see if you are one of them.

19. Library books are due back into the library May 3 so we can begin to inventory books before seniors’ last day. All students can keep one book so you have something to read, but if you have multiple books checked out please get the extras turned in.

Happy Birthday to Jenna Byrd!

Announcements for April 24th, 2017

Announcements for April 24th

Today’s Lunch: Hot dog or Polish dog Wednesday’s Lunch: Chicken Nuggets Wednesday’s Breakfast: Combo Bar

Today’s Activities: JH Track @ Wisner at 3:00 No School Tomorrow

  1. If you are a member of Science Club and plan on attending the zoo
    safari trip in May you need to stop by Mr. Nicola’s room to sign
    up for a time to work Mayfest. We will making homemade soda by using dry ice and flavored water.

  2. Blood drive will be held at the City Auditorium on Thursday, April 27th from noon to 6:00 p.m.

  3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: No Tap Band sectionals this week

4. Softball players please stop by Mr. Meyer’s room to sign up for a time to work during Mayfest. 5. FBLA Members: Sign up for a 30 minute work shift for Mayfest outside of Mrs. Miller’s door.

6. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: You MUST sign up for a time to assist with Mayfest games! Sign up sheets are outside Coach Wright’s door (A17). Everyone MUST serve and there are limited spots for time so sign up ASAP to get your preference. Mayfest is Monday, May 1, so get it on your calendar NOW!

  1. National Honor Society Banquet Tickets: Current NHS members and family members of current and new members wanting to eat at the National Honor Society banquet on May 5th need to purchase tickets by Monday, May 5th. Tickets are $8 each. Please see Jill in the office to buy your tickets. (New members - Booster Club pays for your meals. )

  2. SENIORS - you may come to the office to sign up who you will be marching with at Graduation.

  3. Tiger Classic Meeting on Monday, April 24th at 7:00 p.m. in Mr. Streff’s room. All wrestlers attending camp need to attend with a

    parent.

10. Money was found in the cafeteria last week. Please come to the office to claim.
11. MayFest is Monday, May 1. One of the main attractions is the Nebraska National Guard Inflatable Obstacle Course. In order to

participate on the course, you need a form signed by your parents filled out and turned in to the school. You can get this done

ahead of time by getting a form in the office and turning it in to the office prior to Monday. This will save you time waiting in line. Tickets to run the course are 2 for $1 and will be sold that night.

  1. Congratulations to the NBC FPS teams that represented our school at the Future Problem Solving State Bowl this weekend. T-shirt design contest winner - Paige Bunn. 4th place in skits - Paige Bunn, Ethan Emanuel, Faith Renard, Owen Simanek, and Mya Stahl. 3rd place in skits - Gavin Kirschenmann, Burkett Peters, Grant Peters, Noah Post. 1ST PLACE in skits - Harley Cave, Zander Gibney, Kyle Jedlicka, Elsa Rasmussen). 1ST PLACE in alternate booklet - Trevor Ortmeier. 5th place in booklet - Joey Brodd, Liberty Dake, Lauren Kohl, Rebekah Voss. 4th place in booklet - Hailey Anderson, Ryan Gaughen, Hannah Murray, Cody Prohaska. 5th place in booklet - Travis Byrd, Madelyn Gaughen, Amy Murray, Jordan Ondracek. 2nd place in booklet and winner of the “All Events” Senior Division Award - Harley Cave, Zander Gibney, Kyle Jedlicka, Elsa Rasmussen.

  2. Mr. Sterup is looking for kids to help set up and tear down the obstacle course and other games before MayFest on Monday. Kids who help will be allowed to run the obstacle course for free. If you are interested, see Mr. Sterup or Jill in the office. You will need be there around 5:30 for set up and at 8:00 for teardown.

14. Art Club Members need to sign up to do face painting at Mayfest. The sign-up sheet is outside the Art Room door.
15. The Media Center Color printer is in need of a part. Until we get it, all color print jobs will automatically come out of the Black

and White printer in the Media Center.
16. Wednesday is “National Walk-at-:Lunch Day” - We will be walking during TAP, weather permitting, so make sure you have

comfortable shoes to wear. Blue Cross Blue Shield will donate $20 to NE Special Olympics on behalf of your effort!

Announcements for April 21rst, 2017

Announcements for April 21st

Today’s Lunch: Sloppy Joe
Monday’s Lunch: Hot dog or Polish dog Monday’s Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy

Today’s Activities: District Music ~ Good Luck! FPS @ Kearney

1. If you are a member of Science Club and plan on attending the zoo safari trip in May you need to stop by Mr. Nicola’s room to sign up for a time to work Mayfest. We will making homemade soda by using dry ice and flavored water.

2. All independent study band students make sure you have your make-up slips signed by your teachers for this Friday. See Mr. K. if you forgot to get yours.

3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Friday: none
4.
Softball players please stop by Mr. Meyer’s room to sign up for a time to work during Mayfest. 5. FBLA Members: Sign up for a 30 minute work shift for Mayfest outside of Mrs. Miller’s door.

6. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: You MUST sign up for a time to assist with Mayfest games! Sign up sheets are outside Coach Wright’s door (A17). Everyone MUST serve and there are limited spots for time so sign up ASAP to get your preference. Mayfest is Monday, May 1, so get it on your calendar NOW!

  1. National Honor Society Banquet Tickets: Current NHS members and family members of current and new members wanting to eat at the National Honor Society banquet on May 5th need to purchase tickets by Monday, May 5th. Tickets are $8 each. Please see Jill in the office to buy your tickets. (New members - Booster Club pays for your meals. )

  2. NEW 2017-2018 Dance Team Members: Please report to Mrs. Wright’s room before or after school by Friday at 3:45pm to get your OPTIONAL warm up jacket and pants sized and ordered!

  3. Tiger Classic Meeting on Monday, April 24th at 7:00 in Mr. Streff’s room. All wrestlers attending camp need to attend with a parent.

10. Congratulations to the new members of National Honor Society - John Emanuel, Zander Gibney, Peter Emanuel, Justin Mensik, Michael Mensik, and Dannika Shannahan.

Happy Birthday over the weekend to Josh Strauss and Karlene Bourek!

Announcements for April 20th, 2017

Announcements for April 20th

Today’s Lunch: Senior Dinner Tomorrow’s Lunch: Sloppy Joe Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Donuts

Today’s Activities: High School Spring Concert at 7:00

1. If you are a member of Science Club and plan on attending the zoo safari trip in May you need to stop by Mr. Nicola’s room to sign up for a time to work Mayfest. We will making homemade soda by using dry ice and flavored water.

2. All independent study band students make sure you have your make-up slips signed by your teachers for this Friday. See Mr. K. if you forgot to get yours.

3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Thursday: Jazz Band/solos/small groups; Friday: none
4.
Softball players please stop by Mr. Meyer’s room to sign up for a time to work during Mayfest. 5. FBLA Members: Sign up for a 30 minute work shift for Mayfest outside of Mrs. Miller’s door.

6. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: You MUST sign up for a time to assist with Mayfest games! Sign up sheets are outside Coach Wright’s door (A17). Everyone MUST serve and there are limited spots for time so sign up ASAP to get your preference. Mayfest is Monday, May 1, so get it on your calendar NOW!

7. If you are using Axis 360 to read e-books and having difficulties downloading books, you will need to download the update to Axis 360.

8. Any student looking for a volunteer opportunity Sunday morning in Prague, see Mr. Mottl asap.

9. CONGRATULATIONS to Ella Endorf for scoring a 35 on her ACT. This is the highest score in NBC history in which she tied with someone from the past!!!!

10. NEW 2017-2018 Dance Team Members: Please report to Mrs. Wright’s room before or after school by Friday at 3:45pm to get your OPTIONAL warm up jacket and pants sized and ordered!

Happy Birthday to Elsa Rasmussen and Elizabeth Wright!

Announcements for April 19th, 2017

Announcements for April 19th

Today’s Lunch: Civil War Soldier lunch - BBQ Pork Tomorrow’s Lunch: Senior Dinner
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pretzel with Cheese Sauce

Today’s Activities: ACT Testing - Juniors in old gym Civil War Reenactment

Senior Recognition Banquet at 6:30

1. If you are a member of Science Club and plan on attending the zoo safari trip in May you need to stop by Mr. Nicola’s room to sign up for a time to work Mayfest. We will making homemade soda by using dry ice and flavored water.

2. All independent study band students make sure you have your make-up slips signed by your teachers for this Friday. See Mr. K. if you forgot to get yours.

3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Wednesday: Jazz Band/solos/small groups; Thursday: Jazz Band/solos/small groups; Friday: none 4. Softball players please stop by Mr. Meyer’s room to sign up for a time to work during Mayfest.
5. FBLA Members: Sign up for a 30 minute work shift for Mayfest outside of Mrs. Miller’s door.

6. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: You MUST sign up for a time to assist with Mayfest games! Sign up sheets are outside Coach Wright’s door (A17). Everyone MUST serve and there are limited spots for time so sign up ASAP to get your preference. Mayfest is Monday, May 1, so get it on your calendar NOW!

7. If you are using Axis 360 to read e-books and having difficulties downloading books, you will need to download the update to Axis 360.

Announcements for April 18th, 2017

Announcements for April 18th

Today’s Lunch: Taco or Chicken Fajita
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Civil War Soldier lunch - BBQ Pork Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit

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

at 4:00
Golf @ Leigh at 1:30

1. Lunch: Please pay all lunch balances as soon as possible.

  1. Golfers that normally eat 3rd lunch will need to eat 2nd lunch. Bus pulls out right after 2nd lunch in the back.

  2. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Tuesday: solos/small groups; Wednesday: Jazz Band/solos/small groups; Thursday: Jazz Band/solos/ small groups; Friday: none

  3. Softball players please stop by Mr. Meyer’s room to sign up for a time to work during Mayfest.

  4. The Army recruiter will be here today at 1:30. If you would like to learn more about what the Army can do for you with college

    and/or a career, see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

6. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: You MUST sign up for a time to assist with Mayfest games! Sign up sheets are outside Coach Wright’s door (A17). Everyone MUST serve and there are limited spots for time so sign up ASAP to get your preference. Mayfest is Monday, May 1, so get it on your calendar NOW!

7. FBLA Members: Sign up for a 30 minute work shift for Mayfest outside of Mrs. Miller’s door.

Happy Birthday to Tatem Anderson!

Announcements for April 13th, 2017

Announcements for April 13th

Today’s Lunch: Drumsticks, Mashed Potatoes

Today’s Activities: No School Friday and Monday Have a wonderful Easter weekend!

1. Lunch: Please pay all lunch balances as soon as possible. 2. Congratulations to Samantha Sousek, Ashley Crouch, and Betsy Wright for

receiving awards at the East Husker Conference Art Show in West Point yesterday.

3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Thursday: Contest solos/small groups

4. FBLA members that are interested in applying for an officer position for next year, stop by and see Mrs. Miller this week.

5. The Army recruiter will be here next Tuesday, April 18th at 1:30. If you would like to learn more about what the Army can do for you with college and/or a career, see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

6. Any junior or senior that is interested in applying for the Frontier Cooperative High School Internship needs to turn in their resume and application to Mr. Mottl no later than today.

7. FBLA Members: Sign up for a 30 minute work shift for Mayfest outside of Mrs. Miller’s door.
8. Applications for the Central Honors Institute for 6th and 7th graders are due to Mrs. Gross-Rhode or your homeroom teacher by today.

9. Senior Recognition Banquet tickets are on sale in the office. Banquet is Wed., April 19 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $8.25 - - you are guests of the Chamber so you eat free!!! Stop in the office to purchase other needed tickets by today.

10. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: You MUST sign up for a time to assist with Mayfest games! Sign up sheets are outside Coach Wright’s door (A17). Everyone MUST serve and there are limited spots for time so sign up ASAP to get your preference. Mayfest is Monday, May 1, so get it on your calendar NOW!

  1. Softball players please stop by Mr. Meyer’s room to sign up for a time to work during Mayfest.

  2. Congratulations to the sophomore class whose plant sales exceeded $15,000! Those with sales over $400 will have an opportunity to transfer some of the profits to another school account under your name. Mrs. GR will give you a statement shortly of your earnings. You will also be expected to help with the plant sale on May 3 and 4. Those who did not reach the $150 goal for sales can also reduce their Prom fee by working the plant sale and/or a concession stand next year. Stay tuned for more information.

    Happy Birthday to Burkett Peters and this weekend to Dallas Phelps and Madelyn Gaughen!

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Announcements for April 12th, 2017

Announcements for April 12th

Today’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs Tomorrow’s Lunch: Drumsticks

Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast Stix

Today’s Activities: Golf @ Clarkson-Leigh at 9:00

1. NEW 2017-2018 Dancers: Please plan on coming to Coach Wright’s room after school Wednesday (4/12) at 3:30pm to try on warmups and get them ordered only IF you want them!

2. RETURNING 2017-2018 Dance Team members: Please bring your warmups to Coach Wright’s room by today so NEW dancers can try them on to get theirs ordered for next year! Thank you!

3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Wednesday: Contest solos/small groups - Thursday: Contest solos/small groups

4. Sophomores: Remember, plant orders must be turned in by noon TODAY!

5. The Army recruiter will be here next Tuesday, April 18th at 1:30. If you would like to learn more about what the Army can do for you with college and/or a career, see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

6. Any junior or senior that is interested in applying for the Frontier Cooperative High School Internship needs to turn in their resume and application to Mr. Mottl no later than April 13th.

7. Additional NBC Track Shirts for sale: Coach Montoya has a few sizes of track shirts available for purchase if you missed getting one the first time! Sizes vary from small-2XL. Short sleeve and long sleeve options available to anyone. $15 First come first served.

8. Applications for the Central Honors Institute for 6th and 7th graders are due to Mrs. Gross-Rhode or your homeroom teacher by Thursday.

9. Senior Recognition Banquet tickets are on sale in the office. Banquet is Wed., April 19 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $8.25 - - you are guests of the Chamber so you eat free!!! Stop in the office to purchase other needed tickets by this Friday.

10. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: You MUST sign up for a time to assist with Mayfest games! Sign up sheets are outside Coach Wright’s door (A17). Everyone MUST serve and there are limited spots for time so sign up ASAP to get your preference. Mayfest is Monday, May 1, so get it on your calendar NOW!

11. Softball players please stop by Mr. Meyer’s room to sign up for a time to work during Mayfest.

12. WEDNESDAY forms for camp are due for volleyball! Please hand in to Mr. Sterup or Mrs. Hoops and they will get it to Mrs. Sterup. If you don’t hand in Wednesday I will assume you are not doing any summer stuff.

13. FBLA Members: Sign up for a 30 minute work shift for Mayfest outside of Mrs. Miller’s door.
14. FBLA members that are interested in applying for an officer position for next year, stop by and see Mrs. Miller this week.

Announcements for April 11th, 2017

Announcements for April 11th~

Today’s Lunch: Pork Patty OR Mr. Rib Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mini Corndogs

Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Poptarts

Today’s Activities: Track meet @ Logan View at Noon

1. NEW 2017-2018 Dancers: Please plan on coming to Coach Wright’s room after school Wednesday (4/12) at 3:30pm to try on warmups and get them ordered only IF you want them!

2. RETURNING 2017-2018 Dance Team members: Please bring your warmups to Coach Wright’s room by Wednesday so NEW dancers can try them on to get theirs ordered for next year! Thank you!

3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Tuesday: Contest solos/small groups - Wednesday: Contest solos/small groups - Thursday: Contest solos/small groups

4. Sophomores: Remember, plant orders must be turned in by noon Wednesday!

5. Any softball player that is not out for track can meet at the batting cage today at 3:45 p.m. to move the mats. Any and all help would be much appreciated.

6. Any junior or senior that is interested in applying for the Frontier Cooperative High School Internship needs to turn in their resume and application to Mr. Mottl no later than April 13th.

7. Additional NBC Track Shirts for sale: Coach Montoya has a few sizes of track shirts available for purchase if you missed getting one the first time! Sizes vary from small-2XL. Short sleeve and long sleeve options available to anyone. $15 First come first served.

8. Applications for the Central Honors Institute for 6th and 7th graders are due to Mrs. Gross-Rhode or your homeroom teacher by Thursday.

9. Senior Recognition Banquet tickets are on sale in the office. Banquet is Wed., April 19

at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $8.25 - - you are guests of the Chamber so you eat free!!! Stop

in the office to purchase other needed tickets by this Friday.

10. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: You MUST sign up for a time to assist with Mayfest games! Sign up sheets are outside Coach Wright’s door (A17). Everyone MUST serve and there are limited spots for time so sign up ASAP to get your preference. Mayfest is Monday, May 1, so get it on your calendar NOW!

11. Any students (8th through 11th grade) who are interested in learning more about our newest Student Organization, SkillsUSA, please plan to attend an informational meeting in Mr. R. Wright’s room on Wednesday April 12th at 7:30 a.m. If you aren’t sure what SkillsUSA is then come to the meeting to learn more about it. You don’t have to commit to being in the SkillsUSA Chapter if you show up to the meeting!! Doughnuts will be provided!!

  1. Please check the lost and found table by the cafeteria.

  2. Congratulations to the student who competed at State FFA Convention last week. Results include: Jayton Frank, Champion Ag Mechanics

    Individual; Zander Gibney, Silver in Extemporaneous Speaking; Livestock Management Team, 7th Overall and 2nd in both Dairy and Swine

    Mgt.; Welding Team, 4th and Ag Mechanics Team, 3rd.

  3. WEDNESDAY forms for camp are due for volleyball! Please hand in to Mr. Sterup or Mrs. Hoops and they will get it to Mrs. Sterup. If you

    don’t hand in Wednesday I will assume you are not doing any summer stuff.

  4. FBLA Members: Sign up for a 30 minute work shift for Mayfest outside of Mrs. Miller’s door.

  5. FBLA members that are interested in applying for an officer position for next year, stop by and see Mrs. Miller this week.

  6. -Any students (8th through 11th grade) interested in learning more about our newest Student Organization, SkillsUSA, please attend the infor

    mational meeting in Mr. R. Wright’s (B4) room on Wednesday April 12th at 7:30 a.m. If you aren’t sure what SkillsUSA is, come to the meeting to learn more about it. You don’t have to commit to being in the SkillsUSA Chapter if you show up to the meeting!! Doughnuts will be provided!!

  7. Congratulations to the 2017-2018 FFA Officers that were installed last night. President, Peter Emanuel; Vice-President, Justin Mensik; Secretary, Kaitlynn Bjorklund; Treasurer, Ryan Gaughen; Reporter, Trinity Peterson; Sentinel, Erica Stephenson; Parliamentarian, Shelby Dunn and Historian, Hannah Murray.

    Happy Birthday to Jace Owen!

Announcements for April 10th, 2017

Announcements for April 10th~

Today’s Lunch: Crispitos w/Cheese Sauce Tomorrow’s Lunch: Pork Patty OR Mr. Rib

Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Biscuits & Gravy

Today’s Activities: Boys Golf @ Tek/Her @ 4:00 p.m. Middle School Track @ NBC 4:00 p.m.

Elementary Book Fair 3:30 - 7:00 p.m. FFA Banquet 6:00 p.m.

1. NEW 2017-2018 Dancers: Please plan on coming to Coach Wright’s room after school Wednesday (4/12) at 3:30pm to try on warmups and get them ordered only IF you want them!

2. RETURNING 2017-2018 Dance Team members: Please bring your warmups to Coach Wright’s room by Wednesday so NEW dancers can try them on to get theirs ordered for next year! Thank you!

3. TAP BAND SCHEDULE: Monday: Jazz Band - Tuesday: Contest solos/small groups - Wednesday: Contest solos/small groups - Thursday: Contest solos/small groups

4. Sophomores: Remember, plant orders must be turned in by noon Wednesday!

5. Any softball player that is not out for track can meet at the batting cage tomorrow at 3:45 p.m. to move the mats. Any and all help would be much appreciated.

6. There will be a meeting for all girls in grades 8-11 interested in playing basketball next year in Mr. Sterup’s room Tuesday morning at 7:45. If you cannot attend, please let Mr. Sterup know ahead of time.

7. National Honor Society Candidates: resumes are due to Mrs. Kluthe by 3:45 TODAY!!

8. Applications for the Central Honors Institute for 6th and 7th graders are due to Mrs. Gross-Rhode or your homeroom teacher by Thursday.

9. Senior Recognition Banquet tickets are on sale in the office. Banquet is Wed., April 19 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $8.25 - - you are guests of the Chamber so you eat free!!! Stop in the office to purchase other needed tickets.

10. Any junior or senior that is interested in applying for the Frontier Cooperative High School Internship needs to turn in their resume and application to Mr. Mottl no later than April 13th.

11. Additional NBC Track Shirts for sale: Coach Montoya has a few sizes of track shirts available for purchase if you missed getting one the first time! Sizes vary from small-2XL. Short sleeve and long sleeve options available to anyone. $15 First come first served.

12. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: You MUST sign up for a time to assist with Mayfest games! Sign up sheets are outside Coach Wright’s door (A17). Everyone MUST serve and there are limited spots for time so sign up ASAP to get your preference. Mayfest is Monday, May 1, so get it on your calendar NOW!

Announcements for April 7th, 2017

Announcements for April 7th~

Today’s Lunch: Mac & Cheese or Rotini & Alfredo Monday’s Lunch: Crispitos w/Cheese Sauce

Monday’s Breakfast: Breakfast Bites

Today’s Activities: FFA & FBLA still in Lincoln
Saturday Activities: Varsity track @ Wisner-Pilger 9:00 a.m.

1. All basketball players that plan to play basketball next season need to get both the yellow and blue forms turned into Coach Baehr by the 3:30 TODAY!!!

2. .6th and 7th grade FPS - remember that we will meet for the Mini Bowl at 8:00 in the NBC Cafeteria on Saturday morning. Both the 9th and 10th grade teams have conflicts and won’t be there.

3. Tap Schedule for Band: Friday: solos/small groups for District Music Contest

4. Sophomores: Remember, plant orders must be turned in by noon April 12th. Get order forms from Mr. R. Wright or in the library. The plants, baskets, etc. will be here in time for Mothers’ Day!! Hint, hint!!!!

  1. Extra prom glasses are available in the library. Get yours while supply lasts. There are also extra invitations available if you need one for a scrapbook.

  2. There will be a meeting for all girls in grades 8-11 interested in playing basketball next year in Mr. Sterup’s room Tuesday morning at 7:45. If you cannot attend, please let Mr. Sterup know ahead of time.

  3. National Honor Society Candidates: resumes are due to Mrs. Kluthe by 3:45 on Monday, April 10.

  4. Juniors, hope you remembered TODAY is the last day to pay for your t-shirt.

9.. Senior Recognition Banquet tickets are on sale in the office. Banquet is Wed., April 19 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $8.25 - - you are

guests of the Chamber so you eat free!!! Stop in the office to purchase other needed tickets.

10. Any junior or senior that is interested in applying for the Frontier Cooperative High School Internship needs to turn in their resume and application to Mr. Mottl no later than April 13th.

11. Additional NBC Track Shirts for sale: Coach Montoya has a few sizes of track shirts available for purchase if you missed getting one the first time! Sizes vary from small-2XL. Short sleeve and long sleeve options available to anyone. $15 First come first served.

12/ .2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: You MUST sign up for a time to assist with Mayfest games! Sign

up sheets are outside Coach Wright’s door (A17). Everyone MUST serve and there are limited spots for time, so sign up ASAP to get your preference. Mayfest is Monday, May 1, so get it on your calendar NOW!

13. RETURNING 2017-2018 Dance Team members: Please bring your warmups to Coach Wright’s room by Wednesday so NEW dancers can try them on to get theirs ordered for next year! Thank you!

14. NEW 2017-2018 Dancers: Please plan on coming to Coach Wright’s room after school Wednesday (4/12) at 3:30pm to try on warmups and get them ordered only IF you want them!

15/ Applications for the Central Honors Institute for 6th and 7th graders are due to Mrs. Gross-Rhode or your homeroom teacher by Thursday.

16/ Wrestlers, tonight Coach Borer wil be conducting free style Greco practice from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

17. 8th-11th Graders- You need to complete your class schedule for next year TODAY!! If youu owe library fines or lunch money, your schedule is not official and you may not get in the sections you want. See Mrs. Gaughen with any questions.

Happy Birthday to Camden Stephenson
Saturday Birthdays: Kendyl Boyce, Jarrett Poessnecker, Domonic Tank, Lexi Montoya

Announcements for April 6th, 2017

Announcements for April 6th:

Today’s Lunch: Turkey Dinner
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mac & Cheese or Rotini & Alfredo Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Bagel

Today’s Activities: FBLA leaves for State Convention 9:00 a.m. Golf @ Hooper 3:00 p.m. (leave @ 1:40)

JrHi Track @ WP/Beemer 4:00 (leave @ 2:45)

1. All basketball players that plan to play basketball next season need to get both the yellow and blue forms turned into Coach Baehr by the end of the school day on Friday.

2. The Wayne State College rep will be here today at 9:30. Any junior or senior that is interested in meeting with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

3. Tap Schedule for Band: Thursday: solos/small groups for District Music Contest; Friday: solos/small groups for District Music Contest

4. Sophomores: Remember, plant orders must be turned in by noon April 12tth. Otrder forms can be obtained from Mr. R. Wright or in the library. Remind yyour ‘clients’, plants, baskets, etc. will be here in time
for Mothers’ Day!!

5. If you left your glass behind at Prom, there are extra available in the library. Get yours while supply lasts. There are also extra invitations available if you need one for a scrapbook.

  1. Seniors, today is the last day to turn in your Senior song - - make it a good one!!!

  2. National Honor Society Candidates: Please remember that your resumes are due by 3:45 on Monday, April 10. Turn them in to Mrs. Kluthe. Thank you!

  3. Juniors, tomorrow is the last day to pay for your t-shirt. Seriously, you don’t want to be the only Jr. without onek, do you????

9.. Seniors, don’t forget to remind mom and dad about Senior Recognition Banquet tickets!! They are $8.25 each and can be purchased in the school office. The banquet is Wednesday, April 19th at 6:30. Tickets must be purchased by April 13th. Seniors,

you do not need a ticket (the Chamber pays for you), but we do need to know if you are going to attend. Stop in the office to sign up..

10. Any junior or senior that is interested in applying for the Frontier Cooperative High School Internship needs to turn in their resume and application to Mr. Mottl no later than April 13th.

11.2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: You MUST sign up for a time to assist with Mayfest games! Sign up sheets are outside Coach Wright’s door (A17). Everyone MUST serve and there are limited spots for time slots, so be sure you are signing
up ASAP to get your preference. Mayfest is Monday, May 1, so get it on your calendar NOW!

12. Additional NBC Track Shirts for sale: Coach Montoya has a few sizes of track shirts available for purchase if you missed getting one the first time! Sizes vary from small-2XL. Short sleeve and long sleeve options available to anyone. $15 First come first served.

13. We have a calculator in the office . . might have been left in testing yesterday. Come in if it’s yours!

14. 6th and 7th grade FPS - remember that we will meet for the Mini Bowl at 8:00 in the NBC Cafeteria on Saturday morning. Both the 9th and 10th grade teams have conflicts and won’t be there.

Announcements for April 5th, 2017

Announcements for April 5th:

Today’s Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Turkey Dinner & Trimmings (yum!!) Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Funnel Cakes

Today’s Activity: FFA leaves for State Convention in Lincoln!!

1. Grades 8-11 girls interested in Fall softball should attend a meeting in Mr. Nelson’s room tomorrow, April 6th @ 7:45 a.m.

  1. The Wayne State College rep will be here Thursday, April 6th at 9:30. Any junior or senior that is interested in meeting with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  2. Tap Schedule for Band: Wednesday: Jazz Band, Thursday: solos/small groups for District Music Contest; Friday: solos/small groups for District Music Contest

  3. Sophomores: Remember, plant orders must be turned in by noon April 12tth. Otrder forms can be obtained from Mr. R. Wright or in the library. Remind yyour ‘clients’, plants, baskets, etc. will be here in time
    for Mothers’ Day!!

  4. If you left your glass behind at Prom, there are extra available in the library. Get yours while supply lasts. There are also extra invitations available if you need one for a scrapbook.

    1. Seniors, are you thinking about your senior song??? . . . the one you sing at graduation???

    2. National Honor Society Candidates: Please remember that your resumes are due by 3:45 on Monday, April 10. Turn them in to Mrs. Kluthe. Thank you!

8. Dakota Chapman, Sam Wesely, Jacki Minarick PLEASE get your completed Red Cross Scholarship paper to Mr. Nelson VERY, VERY SOON!

9.. Seniors, don’t forget to remind mom and dad about Senior Recognition Banquet tickets!! They are $8.25 each and can be purchased in the school office. The banquet is Wednesday, April 19th at 6:30. Tickets must be purchased by April 13th. Seniors,

you do not need a ticket (the Chamber pays for you), but we do need to know if you are going to attend. Stop in the office to sign up..

10. Any junior or senior that is interested in applying for the Frontier Cooperative High School Internship needs to turn in their resume and application to Mr. Mottl no later than April 13th.

11.2017-2018 Cheerleaders & Dancers: You MUST sign up for a time to assist with Mayfest games! Sign up sheets are outside Coach Wright’s door (A17). Everyone MUST serve and there are limited spots for time slots, so be sure you are signing
up ASAP to get your preference. Mayfest is Monday, May 1, so get it on your calendar NOW!

12. Juniors, please turn your tee shirt money to Mrs. Ray. Thanks!!!

13. We have a calculator in the office . . might have been left in testing yesterday. Come in if it’s yours!

14. Congratulations to our track teams for yesterday’s performances!!! Tigers boys are Tiger/Cadet Meet champs and the girls’ squad placed second. Way to go, kids!!!

Announcements for April 4th, 2017

Announcements for April 4th:

Today’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger Tomorrow’s Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Long John’s

Tiger Cadet Track Meet l:00 p.m. today. Go ‘tracksters’!!!

Remember the Tiger Arena doors will be closed during the track meet. The SOUTHWEST doors will be open for students.

1. Grades 8-11 girls interested in Fall softball should attend a meeting in Mr. Nelson’s room Thursday, April 6th @ 7:45 a.m.

2. The Wayne State College rep will be here Thursday, April 6th at 9:30. Any junior or senior that is interested in meeting with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

3. Tap Schedule for Band: Tuesday: None; Wednesday: Jazz Band, Thursday: solos/small groups for District Music Contest; Friday: solos/small groups for District Music Contest

4. Sophomores: We are into the last 10 days to take orders for plants. You can pick up more order forms from Mr. R Wright or in the library. Orders must be handed in by noon on April 12. Remind your friends that plants will be delivered right in time for Mother’s Day!

5. If you left your glass behind at Prom, there are extra available in the library. Get yours while supply lasts. There are also extra invitations available if you need one for a scrapbook.

  1. Volleyball Meeting tomorrow, WEDNESDAY, at 7:50 in Mr. Sterup’s room. This meeting is for any 8th-11th grader wanting to participate in volleyball next year.

  2. National Honor Society Candidates: Please remember that your resumes are due by 3:45 on Monday, April 10. Turn them in to Mrs. Kluthe. Thank you!

8. Dakota Chapman, Sam Wesely, Jacki Minarick PLEASE get your completed Red Cross Scholarship paper to Mr. Nelson VERY, VERY SOON!

9. Seniors, big decision here . . . you need to turn in your Senior song (sung at graduation) to Mrs. Hansen by this Thursday!! Start thinking of something special . . . . . .

10. Senior Recognition Banquet sponosored by the Chamber of Commerce will be on Wednesday, April 19th at 6:30. Tickets on sale in the office for $8.25. Seniors do not need to purchase a ticket.

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12. Any junior or senior that is interested in applying for the Frontier Cooperative High School Internship needs to turn in their resume and application to Mr. Mottl no later than April 13th.

Happy April 3rd Birthday to Mary Lynn Lewis!

Announcements for April 3rd, 2017

Announcements for April 3rd

Today’s Lunch: Beef Blasters or Salisbury Steak Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Combo Bar

Noon dismissal tomorrow Tiger Cadet Track Meet

Remember the Tiger Arena doors will be closed tomorrow during the track meet. The SOUTHWEST doors will be open for students.

  1. Senior Slide Show pictures are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm today!! If you don’t turn in pictures - only your senior picture will included.

  2. The Wayne State College rep will be here Thursday, April 6th at 9:30. Any junior or senior that is interested in meeting with the rep needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Monday: solos/small groups for District Music Contest; Tuesday: None; Wednesday: Jazz Band Thursday: solos/small groups for District Music Contest; Friday: solos/small groups for District Music Contest

  4. Sophomores: We are into the last 10 days to take orders for plants. You can pick up more order forms from Mr. R Wright or in the library. Orders must be handed in by noon on April 12. Remind your

friends that plants will be delivered right in time for Mother’s Day!

5. If you left your glass behind at Prom, there are extra available in the library. Get yours while supply lasts. There are also extra invitations available if you need one for a scrapbook.

6. Wrestlers in grades 8-11: There will be an important meeting tonight in Coach Streff’s room regarding the upcoming TIGER GOLF CLASSIC. Meeting starts at 7:00. If you cannot attend, send a parent. We have lots to discuss and organize!!

7. Art Club is having a Pottery Party Monday Night starting at 5pm. Snacks will be provided.

8. Music Boosters meet tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria.

9. Seniors, big decision here . . . you need to turn in your Senior song (sung at graduation) to Mrs. Hansen by this Thursday!! Start thinking of something special . . . . . .

10. Senior Recognition Banquet sponosored by the Chamber of Commerce will be on Wednesday, April 19th at 6:30. Tickets on sale in the office for $8.25. Seniors do not need to purchase a ticket.

11. Reminder to 8th grade FFA members. If you want to receive the Discovery FFA Degree at the FFA banquet on April 10th, Mr. Mottl needs your application by the end of the day today.

12. Any junior or senior that is interested in applying for the Frontier Cooperative High School Internship needs to turn in their resume and application to Mr. Mottl no later than April 13th.

Staff Notes:

Please be aware of weather forecast for tomorrow. Dress appropriately for the meet. Could be chilly and damp.

Announcements for March 31st, 2017

Announcements for March 31st

Today’s Lunch: Fish on Bun or Chicken on Bun Monday’s Lunch: Beef Blasters or Salisbury Steak Monday’s Breakfast: Breakfast Sandwich

Tomorrow’s Activities: Prom ~ Be safe and have fun! Honor Band @ Blair

  1. Senior Slide Show pictures are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm April 3rd!! If you don’t turn in pictures - only your senior picture will included.

  2. Please look in the lost and found by Mrs. Gaughen’s office to see if any items may be yours.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Friday: Blair Honor Band students

  4. Seniors - pictures for your Senior Slide show are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm April 3rd. Please bring 5-7 pictures of you growing up through the years and any group shots you have. See Mrs. Ray with any questions.

  5. If you will be attending Mass at St. Charles before prom, please come the office to sign up.

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

7. Art Club is having a Pottery Party Monday Night starting at 5pm. Snacks will be provided.

  1. Juniors: IF you have attended minimum number of meetings and IF you are in good standing in your 6th and 7th period classes,

    you will be excused to begin to set up Prom after 5th period. Check with those teachers and make sure you have your work caught up. Those that stay in class until 3:30 can come to the gym to set up at that time. If you are in track or golf, plan on making arrangements for Friday practice. Everyone must stay until we are done.

  2. Friday night food for Juniors: Mrs. Gross-Rhode and Mr. Wright will be collecting $3.00 from those wanting to have pizza for supper during Prom set-up on Friday evening. No one will be allowed to leave during set-up to get food to eat. If you don’t want pizza, pack a lunch. Everyone needs to bring his/her own beverage. Prom servers will practice skit on Friday night at 7:30. Bring costumes on Friday. Saturday time to be decided.

10. Senior Recognition Banquet sponosored by the Chamber of Commerce will be on Wednesday, April 19th at 6:30. Tickets on sale in the office for $8.25. Seniors do not need to purchase a ticket.

11. Reminder to 8th grade FFA members. If you want to receive the Discovery FFA Degree at the FFA banquet on April 10th, Mr. Mottl needs your application by the end of the day today.

12. Any junior or senior that is interested in applying for the Frontier Cooperative High School Internship needs to turn in their resume and application to Mr. Mottl no later than April 13th.

  1. Boys/Girls Track & Golf posters available for purchase. $5.00 please pick up at NBC Front Office.

  2. 6th & 7th graders who received nomination forms for Central Honors Institute this summer. The earlier you return your forms

    to Mrs. Gross-Rhode or your classroom teacher, the easier it will be for us to plan for scholarship funding. Don’t wait until the last

    minute.

  3. The school will be open so the public can view Prom decorations on Saturday from 4:00 – 5:00. The skit will be performed at 4:30.

    The doors will open at 6:30 for Prom attendees. Dinner is served at 7:00. The doors will be locked at that time. No one will be allowed to enter late unless previous arrangements have been made. Doors will open back up to the public at 8:00 for the 8:15 Grand March.

    Happy Birthday to Hannah Mullally, Joel Hines and over the weekend to Amy Murray!

Announcements for March 30th, 2017

Announcements for March 30th

Today’s Lunch: Taco or Chicken Fajita
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Fish on Bun or Chicken on Bun Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Funnel Cakes

1. It is PROM week! Juniors and Seniors - listen for your names to be called to come to the office for a prize! Today the game will be over lunch hour.

2. Please look in the lost and found by Mrs. Gaughen’s office to see if any items may be yours.

3. Tap Schedule for Band: Thursday: Blair Honor Band students; Friday: Blair Honor Band students

  1. Seniors - pictures for your Senior Slide show are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm April 3rd. Please bring 5-7 pictures of you growing up through the years and any group shots you have. See Mrs. Ray with any questions.

  2. If you will be attending Mass at St. Charles before prom, please come the office to sign up.

6. Prom Photos: Juniors, Seniors and Sophomore servers: Images by G (Gabrielle Schwanebeck) will take large group pictures of

your class and small group pictures. The order sheets are on your lockers. You must pay for your pictures when you place the order

on Saturday.

  1. Reminder that Prom dates must be under 21. If your date is not from NBC or an NBC graduate, you need to have them and their

    school fill out a Date Permission form. Forms are available in the office. We need them back by Thursday, March 30. Mrs. Gross-Rhode will have a list on her office window of forms that we have received. If your name is NOT on the list, you will need to get that form returned.

  2. Juniors: IF you have attended minimum number of meetings and IF you are in good standing in your 6th and 7th period classes, you will be excused to begin to set up Prom after 5th period. Check with those teachers and make sure you have your work caught up. Those that stay in class until 3:30 can come to the gym to set up at that time. If you are in track or golf, plan on making arrangements for Friday practice. Everyone must stay until we are done.

  3. Friday night food for Juniors: Mrs. Gross-Rhode and Mr. Wright will be collecting $3.00 from those wanting to have pizza for supper during Prom set-up on Friday evening. No one will be allowed to leave during set-up to get food to eat. If you don’t want pizza, pack a lunch. Everyone needs to bring his/her own beverage. Prom servers will practice skit on Friday night at 7:30. Bring costumes on Friday. Saturday time to be decided.

10. Senior Recognition Banquet sponosored by the Chamber of Commerce will be on Wednesday, April 19th at 6:30. Tickets on sale in the office for $8.25. Seniors do not need to purchase a ticket.

11. Reminder to 8th grade FFA members. If you want to receive the Discovery FFA Degree at the FFA banquet on April 10th, Mr. Mottl needs your application by the end of the day today.

12. Any junior or senior that is interested in applying for the Frontier Cooperative High School Internship needs to turn in their resume and application to Mr. Mottl no later than April 13th.

  1. Boys/Girls Track & Golf posters available for purchase. $5.00 please pick up at NBC Front Office.

  2. 6th & 7th graders who received nomination forms for Central Honors Institute this summer. The earlier you return your forms

    to Mrs. Gross-Rhode or your classroom teacher, the easier it will be for us to plan for scholarship funding. Don’t wait until the last

    minute.

  3. Juniors: We will need extension cords. Mostly brown indoor cords, some orange cords and a few white.

  4. Congratulations to all the middle school band students for their fantastic performance ratings at the East Butler Music Contest.

Paige Dunker Piano Solo earned a 1; Abby Johnson Piano Solo earned a 1-; The Polka Band of Owen/Ethan/Conner/Joey/Tyler earned a 1+; 7th Grade Mixed Ensemble of Preston/Drew/Travis/Andrew/Damaris/Tatum/Titan/Marie earned a 1; Flute Trio of Betsy/Liberty/Faith earned a 1; Snare Drum Duet of Jaden/Nate earned a 1-; 6-7 Concert Band earned a 2+; Clarinet Duet of Lauren/Makaela earned a 2+;Mixed Trio A of Madison/Paige/ Abby earned a 2+;Mixed Trio B of Rebecca/Allie Jo/Tiffany earned a 2
17. Senior Slide Show pictures are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm April 3rd!! If you don’t turn in pictures - only your senior picture will

included.
18. The school will be open so the public can view Prom decorations on Saturday from 4:00 – 5:00. The skit will be performed at 4:30. The doors will open at 6:30 for Prom attendees. Dinner is served at 7:00. The doors will be locked at that time. No one will be allowed to enter late unless previ- ous arrangements have been made. Doors will open back up to the public at 8:00 for the 8:15 Grand March.
19. The school will be open so the public can view Prom decorations on Saturday from 4:00 – 5:00. The skit will be performed at 4:30. The doors

will open at 6:30 for Prom attendees. Dinner is served at 7:00. The doors will be locked at that time. No one will be allowed to enter late unless

previous arrangements have been made. Doors will open back up to the public at 8:00 for the 8:15 Grand March. 20. Art Club is having a Pottery Party Monday Night starting at 5pm. Snacks will be provided.

Happy Birthday to Emily Allgood!

Announcements for March 29th, 2017

Announcements for March 29th

Today’s Lunch: Meatball Sub or Philly Sandwich Tomorrow’s Lunch: Taco or Chicken Fajita Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Yogurt

1. It is PROM week! Juniors and Seniors - listen for your names to be called to come to the office for a prize! Today the game will be over lunch hour.

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

  2. Tap Schedule for Band: Wednesday: Jazz Band Thursday: Blair Honor Band students; Friday: Blair Honor Band students

  3. Seniors - pictures for your Senior Slide show are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm April 3rd. Please bring 5-7 pictures of you growing up through the years and any group shots you have. See Mrs. Ray with any questions.

  4. If you will be attending Mass at St. Charles before prom, please come the office to sign up.

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

7. Reminder that Prom dates must be under 21. If your date is not from NBC or an NBC graduate, you need to have them and their school fill out a Date Permission form. Forms are available in the office. We need them back by Thursday, March 30. Mrs. Gross-Rhode will have a list on her office window of forms that we have received. If your name is NOT on the list, you will need to get that form returned.

  1. Juniors: IF you have attended minimum number of meetings and IF you are in good standing in your 6th and 7th period classes, you will be excused to begin to set up Prom after 5th period. Check with those teachers and make sure you have your work caught up. Those that stay in class until 3:30 can come to the gym to set up at that time. If you are in track or golf, plan on making arrangements for Friday practice. Everyone must stay until we are done.

  2. Friday night food for Juniors: Mrs. Gross-Rhode and Mr. Wright will be collecting $3.00 from those wanting to have pizza for supper during Prom set-up on Friday evening. No one will be allowed to leave during set-up to get food to eat. If you don’t want pizza, pack a lunch. Everyone needs to bring his/her own beverage. Prom servers will practice skit on Friday night at 7:30. Bring costumes on Friday. Saturday time to be decided.

10. Senior Recognition Banquet sponosored by the Chamber of Commerce will be on Wednesday, April 19th at 6:30. Tickets on sale in the office for $8.25. Seniors do not need to purchase a ticket.

11. Reminder to 8th grade FFA members. If you want to receive the Discovery FFA Degree at the FFA banquet on April 10th, Mr. Mottl needs your application by the end of the day today.

12. Any junior or senior that is interested in applying for the Frontier Cooperative High School Internship needs to turn in their resume and application to Mr. Mottl no later than April 13th.

  1. Boys/Girls Track & Golf posters available for purchase. $5.00 please pick up at NBC Front Office.

  2. 6th & 7th graders who received nomination forms for Central Honors Institute this summer. The earlier you return your forms

    to Mrs. Gross-Rhode or your classroom teacher, the easier it will be for us to plan for scholarship funding. Don’t wait until the last

    minute.

  3. Juniors: We will need extension cords. Mostly brown indoor cords, some orange cords and a few white.

  4. Congratulations to the NBC Track athletes! Yesterday the girls finished as Champions of the Bennington Relays. The boys finished

    as Runner-Up in a tight race for the top spot.

    Happy Birthday to Shaylee Luke!

Announcements for March 28th, 2017

Announcements for March 28th

Today’s Lunch: Drumsticks with Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Tomorrow’s Lunch: Meatball Sub or Philly Sandwich Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Combo Bar

Today’s Activities: Track @ Bennington at 2:45

  1. Juniors and Seniors: Be sure to come into the office today to guess the amount of candy in the jar. There will be games throughout so be watching for those... also listen for your names to be called to WIN prizes! It is PROM week!

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

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Tuesday: all independent study students; Wednesday: Jazz Band Thursday: Blair Honor Band students; Friday: Blair Honor Band students

  4. Seniors - pictures for your Senior Slide show are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm April 3rd. Please bring 5-7 pictures of you growing up through the years and any group shots you have. See Mrs. Ray with any questions.

  5. Plant Sales for 2018 Prom have officially begun. Orders will be taken until April 11. Place your order with a sophomore. Early orders have priority in case there is a shortage of products. Delivery will be on May 3-4. Just in time for Mother’s Day gifts.

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

7. Reminder that Prom dates must be under 21. If your date is not from NBC or an NBC graduate, you need to have them and their school fill out a Date Permission form. Forms are available in the office. We need them back by Thursday, March 30. Mrs. Gross-Rhode will have a list on her office window of forms that we have received. If your name is NOT on the list, you will need to get that form returned.

  1. Juniors: IF you have attended minimum number of meetings and IF you are in good standing in your 6th and 7th period classes, you will be excused to begin to set up Prom after 5th period. Check with those teachers and make sure you have your work caught up. If you are in track or golf, plan on making arrangements for Friday practice. Everyone must stay until we are done.

  2. There will not be anymore Junior work nights for Prom until Friday, March 31st.

10. Senior Recognition Banquet sponosored by the Chamber of Commerce will be on Wednesday, April 19th at 6:30. Tickets on sale in the office for $8.25. Seniors do not need to purchase a ticket.

11. Reminder to 8th grade FFA members. If you want to receive the Discovery FFA Degree at the FFA banquet on April 10th, Mr. Mottl needs your application by the end of the day today.

12. Any junior or senior that is interested in applying for the Frontier Cooperative High School Internship needs to turn in their resume and application to Mr. Mottl no later than April 13th.

  1. Boys/Girls Track & Golf posters available for purchase. $5.00 please pick up at NBC Front Office.

  2. 6th & 7th graders who received nomination forms for Central Honors Institute this summer. The earlier you return your forms

    to Mrs. Gross-Rhode or your classroom teacher, the easier it will be for us to plan for scholarship funding. Don’t wait until the last

    minute.

  3. Library closed today over 4th period for NeSA testing.

    Happy Birthday to Kaila Lorence and Brandon Wardman!

Announcements for March 27th, 2017

Announcements for March 27th

Today’s Lunch: Macho Nacho
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Drumsticks with Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Coffee Cake

Today’s Activities: Quiz Bowl @ Scribner-Snyder

  1. Juniors and Seniors: Be sure to come into the office today to guess the amount of candy in the jar. There will be games throughout so be watching for those... also listen for your names to be called to WIN prizes! It is PROM week!

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

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Monday: Blair Honor Band students; Tuesday: all independent study students; Wednesday: Jazz Band Thursday: Blair Honor Band students; Friday: Blair Honor Band students

  4. Seniors - pictures for your Senior Slide show are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm April 3rd. Please bring 5-7 pictures of you growing up through the years and any group shots you have. See Mrs. Ray with any questions.

  5. Plant Sales for 2018 Prom have officially begun. Orders will be taken until April 11. Place your order with a sophomore. Early orders have priority in case there is a shortage of products. Delivery will be on May 3-4. Just in time for Mother’s Day gifts.

6. All TAP teachers have a list of overdue library books and fines. These need to be taken care of. Students will not be allowed to sign up for next year’s classes until their library fines are paid. That means you may not get into the sections that you want if you wait too long. You will be at the mercy of Mrs. Gaughen planning your schedule. Seniors with fines/books owed will not get their diplomas until this is settled.

7. Reminder that Prom dates must be under 21. If your date is not from NBC or an NBC graduate, you need to have them and their school fill out a Date Permission form. Forms are available in the office. We need them back by Thursday, March 30. Mrs. Gross-Rhode will have a list on her office window of forms that we have received. If your name is NOT on the list, you will need to get that form returned.

  1. Juniors: IF you have attended minimum number of meetings and IF you are in good standing in your 6th and 7th period classes, you will be excused to begin to set up Prom after 5th period. Check with those teachers and make sure you have your work caught up. If you are in track or golf, plan on making arrangements for Friday practice. Everyone must stay until we are done. Date permission forms need to be faxed to the office by Thursday. All non-NBC guests need to be prepared to show photo ID before entering Prom.

  2. There will not be anymore Junior work nights for Prom until Friday, March 31st.

    1. Senior Recognition Banquet sponosored by the Chamber of Commerce will be on Wednesday, April 19th at 6:30. Tickets on sale in the office for $8.25. Seniors do not need to purchase a ticket.

    2. Reminder to 8th grade FFA members. If you want to receive the Discovery FFA Degree at the FFA banquet on April 10th, Mr. Mottl needs your application by the end of the day Tuesday.

    3. Congratulations to Bethany Wiebold for receiving a Superior, 7th & 8th grade mixed vocal ensemble for receiving a Superior and the 8th grade show choir for receiving a Superior from all 3 judges on Saturday.

 

Happy Birthday to Trenton Johnston!

Announcements for March 24th, 2017

A little rain, a little sun,

And weekend’s here to have some fun!!!

Today’s Lunch: Tuna & Noodles or Mac & Cheese Monday’s Lunch: Macho Nacho
Monday’s Breakfast: Biscuits & Gravy

Saturday’s Activities: East Butler Music Contest

  1. Boys Basketball players in grades 8-11, if you are planning to play basketball next year, please attend a brief meeting immediately after school on toda If you are unable to attend the meeting, please see Coach Baehr sometime today.

  2. Please clean off all locker decorations (winter sports/activities) before you leave today.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Friday: Percussion

  4. Seniors - pictures for your Senior Slide show are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm April 3rd. Please bring 5-7 pictures of you growing up through the years and any group shots you have. See Mrs. Ray with any questions.

  5. Plant Sales for 2018 Prom have officially begun. Orders will be taken until April 11. Place your order with a sophomore. Early orders have priority in case there is a shortage of products. Delivery will be on May 3-4. Just in time for Mother’s Day gifts.

6. All TAP teachers have a list of overdue library books and fines. These need to be taken care of. Students will not be allowed to sign up for next year’s classes until their library fines are paid. That means you may not get into the sections that you want if you wait too long. You will be at the mercy of Mrs. Gaughen planning your schedule. Seniors with fines/books owed will not get their diplomas until this is settled.

7. Reminder that Prom dates must be under 21. If your date is not from NBC or an NBC graduate, you need to have them and their school fill out a Date Permission form. Forms are available in the office. We need them back by Thursday, March 30. Mrs. Gross-Rhode will have a list on her office window of forms that we have received. If your name is NOT on the list, you will need to get that form returned.

8. Group Picture Orders are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm TODAY!!!

9. Any junior or senior student that is interested in seeing the business side of Frontier Cooperative, please see Mr. Mottl for an opportunity to go down and visit TODAY at 1:45. You do not have to be in ag or FFA to participate, just want to learn more

about a local business and possible internship opportunities this summer.
10. There will not be anymore Junior work nights for Prom until Friday, March 31st.
11. Are you missing a camoflauge jacket? If so, please come to the office.

12. A huge ‘thank you’ to all teams competing in last night’s Dodge Ball Tournament!! Congratulations to the 2017 champions . . ...............Dodging Deez Ballz comprised of Jackie Minarick, Dakota Chapman,

McKenna Walla, Jake Wietfeld, Matt Ortmeier, Dawson Poessnecker and Jack Post.

Announcements for March 23rd, 2017

Announcements for March 23rd

Today’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Chicken Patty Tomorrow’s Lunch: Tuna & Noodles or Mac & Cheese Tomorrow’s Breakfast: French Toast Stix

Today’s Activities: Good Luck Zander at State Speech! Dodgeball Tournament at 6:00

  1. Boys Basketball players in grades 8-11 that plan to play basketball next season will have a brief meeting immediately after school on Friday.
    If you are unable to attend the meeting, please see Coach Baehr prior to Friday.

  2. Please clean off all locker decorations (winter sports/activities) by Friday.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Thursday: Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds/FHorn; Friday: Percussion

  4. Seniors - pictures for your Senior Slide show are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm April 3rd. I need 5-7 pictures of you growing up through the years and any group shots you have. See me with any questions.

  5. Plant Sales for 2018 Prom have officially begun. Orders will be taken until April 11. Place your order with a sophomore. Early orders have priority in case there is a shortage of products. Delivery will be on May 3-4. Just in time for Mother’s Day gifts.

  6. Speech & Drama meeting: Fri. March 24 at 7:45 AM in Mr. Lafleur’s room. We will discuss summer camps and upcoming events.

7. Reminder that Prom dates must be under 21. If your date is not from NBC or an NBC graduate, you need to have them and their school fill out a Date Permission form. Forms are available in the office. We need them back by Thursday, March 30. Mrs. Gross-Rhode will have a list on her office window of forms that we have received. If your name is NOT on the list, you will need to get that form returned.

8. Group Picture Orders are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm Friday!

9. Any junior or senior student that is interested in seeing the business side of Frontier Cooperative please see Mr. Mottl for an opportunity to go down and visit on Friday, March 24th at 1:45. You do not have to be in ag or FFA to participate, just want to learn more about a local business and possible internship opportunities this summer.

10. There will not be anymore Junior work nights for Prom until Friday, March 31st.

11. All TAP teachers have a list of overdue library books and fines. These need to be taken care of. Students will not be allowed to sign up for next year’s classes until their library fines are paid. That means you may not get into the sections that you want if you wait too long. You will be at the mercy of Mrs. Gaughen planning your schedule. Seniors with fines/books owed will not get their diplomas until this is settled.

12. Are you missing a camoflauge jacket? If so, please come to the office.

13. All High School Student Council members are expected to be here and work tonight at 5:45, unless you have talked to Mr. Nelson.

14. All wrestlers grades 7-12 - there is a meeting in Mr. Streff’s room tomorrow morning at 7:45.

Announcements for March 22nd, 2017

Announcements for March 22nd

Today’s Lunch: Deli Ham or Deli Turkey Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mr. Rib or Chicken Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: A+ Biscuit

  1. Boys Basketball players in grades 8-11 that plan to play basketball next season will have a brief meeting immediately after school on Friday.
    If you are unable to attend the meeting, please see Coach Baehr prior to Friday.

  2. Please clean off all locker decorations by Friday.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds/FHorn; Friday: Percussion

  4. Seniors - pictures for your Senior Slide show are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm April 3rd. I need 5-7 pictures of you growing up through the years and any group shots you have. See me with any questions.

  5. Plant Sales for 2018 Prom have officially begun. Orders will be taken until April 11. Place your order with a sophomore. Early orders have priority in case there is a shortage of products. Delivery will be on May 3-4. Just in time for Mother’s Day gifts.

  6. Speech & Drama meeting: Fri. March 24 at 7:45 AM in Mr. Lafleur’s room. We will discuss summer camps and upcoming events.

7. Reminder that Prom dates must be under 21. If your date is not from NBC or an NBC graduate, you need to have them and their school fill out a Date Permission form. Forms are available in the office. We need them back by Thursday, March 30. Mrs. Gross-Rhode will have a list on her office window of forms that we have received. If your name is NOT on the list, you will need to get that form returned.

8. Group picture order forms are available in the office. Orders are due back to Mrs. Ray by Friday, March 24th.

9. Any junior or senior student that is interested in seeing the business side of Frontier Cooperative please see Mr. Mottl for an opportunity to go down and visit on Friday, March 24th at 1:45. You do not have to be in ag or FFA to participate, just want to learn more about a local business and possible internship opportunities this summer.

10. Any junior or senior parent interested in organizing the Grand March, please contact Chris Gross-Rhode asap.

11. All TAP teachers have a list of overdue library books and fines. These need to be taken care of. Students will not be allowed to sign up for next year’s classes until their library fines are paid. That means you may not get into the sections that you want if you wait too long. You will be at the mercy of Mrs. Gaughen planning your schedule. Seniors with fines/books owed will not get their diplomas until this is settled.

Announcements for March 21st, 2017

Today’s Lunch: Orange Chicken or Teriyaki Chicken Tomorrow’s Lunch: Deli Ham or Deli Turkey Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Donut

  1. Science Club meeting for those interested in the Spring Zoo Trip on Wednesday morning at 7:50. Mr. Nicola will discuss the recent changes to the trip. You must notify Mr. Nicola if you cannot be there BEFORE the meeting.

  2. Prom work night for juniors tonight at 7 p.m. in Mr. R Wright’s room.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds/FHorn; Friday: Percussion

  4. Seniors - pictures for your Senior Slide show are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm April 3rd. I need 5-7 pictures of you growing up through the years and any group shots you have. See me with any questions.

  5. Plant Sales for 2018 Prom have officially begun. Orders will be taken until April 11. Place your order with a sophomore. Early orders have priority in case there is a shortage of products. Delivery will be on May 3-4. Just in time for Mother’s Day gifts.

  6. Speech & Drama meeting: Fri. March 24 at 7:45 AM in Mr. Lafleur’s room. We will discuss summer camps and upcoming events.

7. Reminder that Prom dates must be under 21. If your date is not from NBC or an NBC graduate, you need to have them and their school fill out a Date Permission form. Forms are available in the office. We need them back by Thursday, March 30. Mrs. Gross-Rhode will have a list on her office window of forms that we have received. If your name is NOT on the list, you will need to get that form returned.

  1. Group picture order forms are available in the office. Orders are due back to Mrs. Ray by Friday, March 24th.

  2. Dodgeball sign-up in the office for students in grades 9-12. Teams of 3 guys and 3 gals. $18 a team will enter you into the tournament. Pay when you sign up. The tournament will be Thursday, March 23rd at 6:00 p.m. Today is the final day to sign up.

10. Any junior or senior parent interested in organizing the Grand March, please contact Chris Gross-Rhode asap.

11. All TAP teachers have a list of overdue library books and fines. These need to be taken care of. Students will not be allowed to sign up for next year’s classes until their library fines are paid. That means you may not get into the sections that you want if you wait too long. You will be at the mercy of Mrs. Gaughen planning your schedule. Seniors with fines/books owed will not get their diplomas until this is settled.

Happy Birthday to Kyle Jedlicka!

Announcements for March 20th, 2017

Announcements for March 20th

Today’s Lunch: Cheeseburger Soup or Chicken Noodle Soup Tomorrow’s Lunch: Orange Chicken or Teriyaki Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: English Muffin

Today’s Activities: Winter Athletic Banquet at 6:30 Mathcounts to the Zoo

  1. Science Club meeting for those interested in the Spring Zoo Trip on Wednesday morning at 7:50. Mr. Nicola will discuss the recent changes to the trip. You must notify Mr. Nicola if you cannot be there BEFORE the meeting.

  2. Prom work night for juniors on Tuesday, March 21 at 7 p.m. in Mr. R Wright’s room.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Monday: Flute/Clarinet; Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: Trumpet; Thursday: Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds/FHorn; Friday: Percussion

  4. Seniors - pictures for your Senior Slide show are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm April 3rd. I need 5-7 pictures of you growing up through the years and any group shots you have. See me with any questions.

  5. Plant Sales for 2018 Prom have officially begun. Orders will be taken until April 11. Place your order with a sophomore. Early orders have priority in case there is a shortage of products. Delivery will be on May 3-4. Just in time for Mother’s Day gifts.

  6. Sophomores: The price for the Ruffled Lily (in perennial section) is listed differently in the catalog and on the order form. The price on the order form is the correct one.

7. Prom reservations are due today at 3:30. If you are bringing a date not from junior or senior class, you must pay for their meal when handing in reservation. Any reservations after Monday will be charged an additional $5.00 fee. Food needs to be ordered today.

  1. Group picture order forms are available in the office. Orders are due back to Mrs. Ray by Friday, March 24th.

  2. Dodgeball sign-up in the office for students in grades 9-12. Teams of 3 guys and 3 gals. $18 a team will enter you into the tournament. Pay when you sign up. The tournament will be Thursday, March 23rd at 6:00 p.m. Tomorrow is the final day to sign up.

10. Any junior or senior parent interested in organizing the Grand March, please contact Chris Gross-Rhode asap.

11. Speech team not in track see Mr. Lafleur at 3:35 for a quick meeting today.

12. The rep from Metro Community College will be here today at 10:00. Any junior or senior that would like to here about what Metro has to offer, please see Mrs. Gaughen or the office for a pass.

Happy Birthday to Jaxon Wietfeld and Ellie Beaver!

Announcements for March 17th, 2017

Announcements for March 17th

Today’s Lunch: Fish Nuggets with Mac & Cheese
Monday’s Lunch: Cheeseburger Soup or Chicken Noodle Soup Monday’s Breakfast: Egg Tac-Go

Today’s Activities: Track @ Concordia University at 4:00
Tomorrow: Dodge County Sheriff Office vs. NBC Staff at 2:00

Mathcounts @ Lincoln Reading Classics @ Seward Quiz Bowl @ Wisner

1. Please come sign up in the office by today for the Winter Athletic Banquet which will be held on Monday, March 20th at 6:30.

  1. The rep from Clarkson College will be here today at 10:45. If you would like to hear more about careers in the health care profession, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  2. Tap Schedule for Band: Friday: Saxophone/ FHorn/Low Brass/Low Winds

  3. Seniors - pictures for your Senior Slide show are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm April 3rd. I need 5-7 pictures of you growing up through the years and any group shots you have. See me with any questions.

  4. Plant Sales for 2018 Prom have officially begun. Orders will be taken until April 11. Place your order with a sophomore. Early orders have priority in case there is a shortage of products. Delivery will be on May 3-4. Just in time for Mother’s Day gifts.

  5. Please clean up the outside of your lockers (speech/prom invites, etc...).

7. Prom reservations are due Monday at 3:30. If you are bringing a date not from junior or senior class, you must pay for their meal when handing in reservation. Any reservations after Monday will be charged an additional $5.00 fee.

  1. Those with overdue books and fines need to get them taken care of before report cards are handed out. Report cards will be held until fines are paid. TAP teachers have the list.

  2. Group picture order forms are available in the office. Orders are due back to Mrs. Ray by Friday, March 24th.

10. Dodgeball sign-up in the office for students in grades 9-12. Teams of 3 guys and 3 gals. $18 a team will enter you into the

tournament. Pay when you sign up. The tournament will be Thursday, March 23rd at 6:00 p.m.
11. Any student grade 6-12 that would like to attend the basketball game between the Dodge County Sheriff department and the

NBC staff this Saturday, March 18th at 2:00p.m. and would like a chance to win a free pass, sign-up in the office by Friday at

noon
12.Please plan on attending a basketball game between the Dodge County Sheriff department and the NBC staff this Saturday,

March 18th at 2:00p.m. to raise money for the Royal Family Kids Camp and NBC. The cost to get into the game is $3 for

students and $5 for adults.

  1. Sophomores: The price for the Ruffled Lily (in perennial section) is listed differently in the catalog and on the order form. The

    price on the order form is the correct one.

  2. Prom work night for juniors on Tuesday, March 21 at 7 p.m. in Mr. R Wright’s room.

  3. Hailey Anderson, Emily Brodd, Harley Cave, Zander Gibney, Kyle Jedlicka, and Elsa Rasmussen - please see Mrs. Cody

    TODAY to get your information packet regarding State FPS.

  4. MathCounts students who want to go on the zoo trip Monday need to get their sign out sheets to Mrs. Jelinek today.

  5.  

    Congratulations to Jake Wietfeld, Matt Ortmeier, John Emanuel and Tanner Wietfeld on their respective All Conference awards.  Jake Wietfeld and Tanner Wietfeld were first team all conference.  Matt Ortmeier was third team all conference and John Emanuel was honorable mention all conference this season. 

    Happy Birthday over the weekend to Brian Wirka and Sidney Kirschenmann!

Announcements for March 16th, 2017

Announcements for March 16th

Today’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Fish Nuggets with Mac & Cheese Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Omelet

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

1. Please come sign up in the office by Friday for the Winter Athletic Banquet which will be held on Monday, March 20th at 6:30.

  1. The rep from Clarkson College will be here Friday, March 17th at 10:45. If you would like to hear more about careers in the health care profession, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  2. Tap Schedule for Band: Thursday: Flute/Clarinet; Friday: Saxophone/ FHorn/Low Brass/Low Winds

  3. Seniors - pictures for your Senior Slide show are due to Mrs. Ray by 3:30 pm April 3rd. I need 5-7 pictures of you growing up through the years and any group shots you have. See me with any questions.

  4. Plant Sales for 2018 Prom have officially begun. Orders will be taken until April 11. Place your order with a sophomore. Early orders have priority in case there is a shortage of products. Delivery will be on May 3-4. Just in time for Mother’s Day gifts.

  5. Congratulations to Kristin Lux, Alexandria Humlicek, and Brooke Fredrickson on being named to the EHC All-Conference Basketball Team. Kristin was 1st team, Alex was 2nd team and Brooke was Honorable Mention.

7. Prom reservations are due by March 20. You must pay $10 for any date that is not in the junior or senior class when you submit your reservation. If your date is not from NBC you must pick up a Prom Guest Permission form from the office to be completed by your date and his/her school.

  1. Those with overdue books and fines need to get them taken care of before report cards are handed out. Report cards will be held until fines are paid. TAP teachers have the list.

  2. NEW Dance Team members (for next year’s squad): IF you are interested in being a CHOREOGRAPHER for next year’s routines, plan on meeting THIS Thursday at 3:30 in Coach Wright’s room for a SHORT meeting about plans and camp opportunities.

10. Dodgeball sign-up in the office for students in grades 9-12. Teams of 3 guys and 3 gals. $18 a team will enter you into the tournament. Pay when you sign up. The tournament will be Thursday, March 23rd at 6:00 p.m.

11. Any student grade 6-12 that would like to attend the basketball game between the Dodge County Sheriff department and the NBC staff this Saturday, March 18th at 2:00p.m. and would like a chance to win a free pass, sign-up in the office by Friday at noon

  1. Reminder to all 9-12 FFA Members the Labor Auction is tonight. You must be in attendance, report by 5:45.

  2. Mandatory Quiz Bowl Practices everyday this week, 7:30am, in room A-1

  3. Group picture order forms are available in the office. Orders are due back to Mrs. Ray by Friday, March 24th.

  4. Informative, Extemp, Persuasive, and Entertainment speakers turn in your materials today (Tues.) at 3:30 or 7:45 AM (Wed.)

    Poetry, Serious, and Humorous speakers turn in your materials Wed. at 3:30 or 7:45 AM (Thurs.) Duet and OID speakers turn

    in your materials Thurs. at 3:30 or 7:45 AM (Fri.)

  5. Please plan on attending a basketball game between the Dodge County Sheriff department and the NBC staff this Saturday,

    March 18th at 2:00p.m. to raise money for the Royal Family Kids Camp and NBC. The cost to get into the game is $3 for

    students and $5 for adults.

  6. Sophomores: The price for the Ruffled Lily (in perennial section) is listed differently in the catalog and on the order form. The

    price on the order form is the correct one.

Announcements for March 15th, 2017

Announcements for March 15th

Today’s Lunch: BBQ Pork on a Bun Tomorrow’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pancakes

Today’s Activities: Cheer/Dance Uniform Fitting at 3:30

1. Please come sign up in the office by Friday for the Winter Athletic Banquet which will be held on Monday, March 20th at 6:30.

  1. The rep from Clarkson College will be here Friday, March 17th at 10:45. If you would like to hear more about careers in the health care profession, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  2. Tap Schedule for Band: Wednesday: Percussion; Thursday: Flute/Clarinet; Friday: Saxophone/ FHorn/Low Brass/Low Winds

  3. 2017-2018 Cheerleaders/Dance Team members: Uniform Fitting is TODAY at 3:30pm in the Tiger Den. Please be there on time! Ask Coach Wright ANY questions you might have!

  4. Plant Sales for 2018 Prom have officially begun. Orders will be taken until April 11. Place your order with a sophomore. Early orders have priority in case there is a shortage of products. Delivery will be on May 3-4. Just in time for Mother’s Day gifts.

  5. Seniors... 37 days and Counting - don’t forget to put your countdown number on your locker. Sticky notes will be on locker with number.

7. Prom reservations are due by March 20. You must pay $10 for any date that is not in the junior or senior class when you submit your reservation. If your date is not from NBC you must pick up a Prom Guest Permission form from the office to be completed by your date and his/her school.

  1. Those with overdue books and fines need to get them taken care of before report cards are handed out. Report cards will be held until fines are paid. TAP teachers have the list.

  2. NEW Dance Team members (for next year’s squad): IF you are interested in being a CHOREOGRAPHER for next year’s routines, plan on meeting THIS Thursday at 3:30 in Coach Wright’s room for a SHORT meeting about plans and camp opportunities.

10. Dodgeball sign-up in the office for students in grades 9-12. Teams of 3 guys and 3 gals. $18 a team will enter you into the tournament. Pay when you sign up. The tournament will be Thursday, March 23rd at 6:00 p.m.

11. Any student grade 6-12 that would like to attend the basketball game between the Dodge County Sheriff department and the NBC staff this Saturday, March 18th at 2:00p.m. and would like a chance to win a free pass, sign-up in the office by Friday at noon

12.Reminder to all 9-12 FFA Members the Labor Auction is Thursday evening. You must be in attendance, report by 5:45.

  1. Mandatory Quiz Bowl Practices everyday this week, 7:30am, in room A-1

  2. Group picture order forms are available in the office. Orders are due back to Mrs. Ray by Friday, March 24th.

  3. Informative, Extemp, Persuasive, and Entertainment speakers turn in your materials today (Tues.) at 3:30 or 7:45 AM (Wed.)

    Poetry, Serious, and Humorous speakers turn in your materials Wed. at 3:30 or 7:45 AM (Thurs.) Duet and OID speakers turn

    in your materials Thurs. at 3:30 or 7:45 AM (Fri.)

  4. Please plan on attending a basketball game between the Dodge County Sheriff department and the NBC staff this Saturday,

    March 18th at 2:00p.m. to raise money for the Royal Family Kids Camp and NBC. The cost to get into the game is $3 for

    students and $5 for adults.

  5. Sophomores: The price for the Ruffled Lily (in perennial section) is listed differently in the catalog and on the order form. The

    price on the order form is the correct one.

  6. Congratulations to Chloe Kirschenmann, who made the 2017-2018 Dance Team in an individual tryout following a bout with

influenza. Way to go, Chloe!

Happy Birthday to Breckin Peters!

Announcements for March 14th, 2017

Announcements for March 14th

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Spaghetti Bake Tomorrow’s Lunch: BBQ Pork on a Bun Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Breakfast Burrito

Today’s Activities: Jostens Ring Ordering

  1. The rep from Clarkson College will be here Friday, March 17th at 10:45. If you would like to hear more about careers in the health care profession, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  2. There are various Boys Basketball T-Shirts and sweat shirts that are in Coach Baehr’s room. The sizes and products that are available range so it is first come and first serve.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: Percussion; Thursday: Flute/Clarinet; Friday: Saxophone/ FHorn/ Low Brass/Low Winds

  4. Prom work night for juniors on Tuesday, March 14 at 7 p.m. in Mr. R Wright’s room.

  5. Plant Sales for 2018 Prom have officially begun. Orders will be taken until April 11. Place your order with a sophomore. Early orders have priority in case there is a shortage of products. Delivery will be on May 3-4. Just in time for Mother’s Day gifts.

  6. The west door by the locker rooms will be open for track students.

7. Prom reservations are due by March 20. You must pay $10 for any date that is not in the junior or senior class when you submit your reservation. If your date is not from NBC you must pick up a Prom Guest Permission form from the office to be completed by your date and his/her school.

  1. Those with overdue books and fines need to get them taken care of before report cards are handed out. Report cards will be held until fines are paid. TAP teachers have the list.

  2. NEW Dance Team members (for next year’s squad): IF you are interested in being a CHOREOGRAPHER for next year’s routines, plan on meeting THIS Thursday at 3:30 in Coach Wright’s room for a SHORT meeting about plans and camp opportunities.

10. Dodgeball sign-up in the office for students in grades 9-12. Teams of 3 guys and 3 gals. $18 a team will enter you into the tournament. Pay when you sign up. The tournament will be Thursday, March 23rd at 6:00 p.m.

11. NEW Cheerleaders/Dance Team Members for 2017-2018: Uniform fitting will be Wednesday, March 15 at 3:30pm in Tiger Den for ALL team members. Please plan accordingly and ask Coach Wright if you have any questions!

12. Attention all 8th-11th graders who are interested in playing football next fall: This Wednesday at 7:45am there will be a meeting in Mr. Stieren’s room. Lots of information will be shared. Please be on time. If you are unable to make it but are interested, make sure to speak with Mr. Stieren. Again, the meeting is this Wednesday at 7:45am.

  1. Please go to Mr. Nelson’s room for TAP today. Blood Drive Information: Jake Wietfeld, Sam Wesely, Shane Hansen, Dakota Chapman, Jacki Minarick, Matt Ortmeier, Mack Walla, Joel Hines, Hailey Bang, Ella Endorf, Savannah Sindelar, James Seymour.

  2. Please come sign up in the office for the Winter Banquet which will be held on Monday, March 20th at 6:30.

  3. Mandatory Quiz Bowl Practices everyday this week, 7:30am, in room A-1

  4. Group picture order forms are available in the office. Orders are due back to Mrs. Ray by Friday, March 24th.

  5. Informative, Extemp, Persuasive, and Entertainment speakers turn in your materials today (Tues.) at 3:30 or 7:45 AM (Wed.)

    Poetry, Serious, and Humorous speakers turn in your materials Wed. at 3:30 or 7:45 AM (Thurs.) Duet and OID speakers turn

    in your materials Thurs. at 3:30 or 7:45 AM (Fri.)

  6. Reminder to all 9-12 FFA Members the Labor Auction is Thursday evening. You must be in attendance, report by 5:45.

Announcements for March 13th

Announcements for March 13th

Today’s Lunch: Mini Corn dogs or Yogurt and Cheese Tomorrow: Chicken Spaghetti Bake
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Biscuits and Gravy
Today’s Activities: District Speech at David City

NBC Board of Education Meeting

1. Middle School Girls Track now has a webpage found at nbtigers.org under Activities. Click on Middle School Track- Girls. Information on page include Team Rules and Procedures, Frequently Asked Questions, and Records.
2. There are various Boys Basketball T-Shirts and sweat shirts that are in Coach Baehr’s room. The sizes and products that are available range so it is first come and first serve.

3. Prom work night for juniors on Tuesday, March 14 at 7 p.m. in Mr. R Wright’s room.
4. Plant Sales for 2017 Prom have officially begun. Orders will be taken until April 11. Place your order with a sophomore. Early orders have priority in case there is a shortage of products. Delivery will be on May 3-4. Just in time for Mother’s Day gifts.
5. Prom reservations are due by March 20. You must pay $10 for any date that is not in the junior or senior class when you submit your reservation. If your date is not from NBC you must pick up a Prom Guest Permission form from the office to be completed by your date and his/her school.
6. Dodgeball sign-up in the office for students in grades 9-12. Teams of 3 guys and 3 gals. $18 a team will enter you into the tournament. Pay when you sign up. The tournament will be Thursday, March 23rd at 6:00 p.m.
7. NEW Cheerleaders/Dance Team Members for 2017-2018: Uniform fitting will be Wednesday, March 15 at 3:30pm in Tiger Den for ALL team members. Please plan accordingly and ask Coach Wright if you have any questions!
8. Those with overdue books and fines need to get them taken care of before report cards are handed out. Report cards will be held until fines are paid. TAP teachers have the list.
9. The rep from Clarkson College will be here Friday, March 17th at 10:45. If you would like to hear more about careers in the health care profession, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.
10. NEW Dance Team members (for next year's squad): IF you are interested in being a CHOREOGRAPHER for next year's routines, plan on meeting THIS Thursday at 3:30 in Coach Wright's room for a SHORT meeting about plans and camp opportunities.
11. Attention all 8th-11th graders who are interested in playing football next fall: This Wednesday at 7:45am there will be a meeting in Mr. Stieren's room. Lots of information will be shared. Please be on time. If you are unable to make it but are interested, make sure to speak with Mr. Stieren. Again, the meeting is this Wednesday at 7:45am.
13. Please go to Mr. Nelson’s room for TAP on Tuesday, March 14th. Blood Drive Information: Jake Wietfeld, Sam Wesely, Shane Hansen, Dakota Chapman, Jacki Minarick, Matt Ortmeier, Mack Walla, Joel Hines, Hailey Bang, Ella Endorf, Savannah Sindelar, James Seymour.

Announcements for March 8th, 2017

Announcements for March 8th

Today’s Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger

Today’s Activities: No School tomorrow or Friday!

  1. Middle School Girls Track now has a webpage found at nbtigers.org under Activities. Click on Middle School Track- Girls. Information on page include Team Rules and Procedures, Frequently Asked Questions, and Records.

  2. There are various Boys Basketball T-Shirts and sweat shirts that are in Coach Baehr’s room. The sizes and products that are available range so it is first come and first serve.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Wednesday: Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds/FHorn

  4. Prom work night for juniors on Tuesday, March 14 at 7 p.m. in Mr. R Wright’s room.

  5. Plant Sales for 2018 Prom have officially begun. Orders will be taken until April 11. Place your order with a sophomore. Early orders have priority in case there is a shortage of products. Delivery will be on May 3-4. Just in time for Mother’s Day gifts.

6. All juniors and seniors should have received a Prom invitation on their lockers this morning. Let Mrs. Gross-Rhode or Mr. R Wright know if you were missed. Prom reservations are due by March 20. You must pay $10 for any date that is not in the junior or senior class when you submit your reservation. If your date is not from NBC you must pick up a Prom Guest Permission form from the office to be completed by your date and his/her school.

7. Juniors, Seniors, Waiters and Waitresses - please sign up in the office for Post Prom t-shirt size this week! 8. All junior high 7th and 8th boys and girls that are going to pole vault this year please sign up with Coach Richardson this week.

We will start today at 6:50 AM. It will be in the old gym.

9. Any student, staff, or parents interested in purchasing a NBC track & field shirt, see a track athlete, or Coach Montoya by Wednesday. Order forms are due today at practice.

10. Dodgeball sign-up in the office for students in grades 9-12. Teams of 3 guys and 3 gals. $18 a team will enter you into the tournament. Pay when you sign up. The tournament will be Thursday, March 23rd at 6:00 p.m.

11. NEW Cheerleaders/Dance Team Members for 2017-2018: Uniform fitting will be Wednesday, March 15 at 3:30pm in Tiger Den for ALL team members. Please plan accordingly and ask Coach Wright if you have any questions!

12. Those with overdue books and fines need to get them taken care of before report cards are handed out. Report cards will be held until fines are paid. TAP teachers have the list.

13. Speech team- turn in your sign-out sheets for District Speech (Mon.) to Mr. Lafleur by the end of today!
14. If any 11th or 12th grader interested in visiting with the National Guard rep today at 9:10, please come to the office.

Happy Birthday over the weekend to Matthew MacLaughlan, Jordan Booze, Titan Comstock, Sydney Emanuel and Colton Pruss!

Announcements for March 7th, 2017

Announcements for March 7th

Today’s Lunch: Crispito with Cheese Sauce Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Breakfast Bites Tomorrow’s Lunch: Hamburger or

Today’s Activities:

Cheeseburger

Speech @ Lyons-Decatur
Jostens will be here for 9th grade ring ordering
Prom Plant Sales Begin
No School Thursday and Friday

  1. Middle School Girls Track now has a webpage found at nbtigers.org under Activities. Click on Middle School Track- Girls. Information on page include Team Rules and Procedures, Frequently Asked Questions, and Records.

  2. There are various Boys Basketball T-Shirts and sweat shirts that are in Coach Baehr’s room. The sizes and products that are available range so it is first come and first serve.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds/FHorn

  4. The deadline for sign-up for the April 8th ACT test in today. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions or need any assistance signing up.

5. Attention High School Wrestlers: Meeting about the Tiger Classic Golf Tournament tonight at 7:00 in Mr. Streff’s room for either a wrestler and/or a parent.

6. JH Girls who were not able to make track check out on Monday, March 6, may check out this week with Mr. Streff.

7. Juniors, Seniors, Waiters and Waitresses - please sign up in the office for Post Prom t-shirt size this week! 8. All junior high 7th and 8th boys and girls that are going to pole vault this year please sign up with Coach Richardson this week.

We will start next Wednesday March 8th at 6:50 AM. It will be in the old gym.

9. Any student, staff, or parents interested in purchasing a NBC track & field shirt, see a track athlete, or Coach Montoya by Wednesday. Order forms are due Wednesday afternoon at practice.

10. Dodgeball sign-up in the office for students in grades 9-12. Teams of 3 guys and 3 gals. $18 a team will enter you into the tournament. Pay when you sign up. The tournament will be Thursday, March 23rd at 6:00 p.m.

11. Speech team- reminder to be in Mr. Lafleur’s room at 3:35 to leave for the meet. If you still need schedules and codes see Mr. Lafleur.

Happy Birthday yesterday to Dylan Doty!

Announcements for March 6th, 2017

Announcements for March 6th

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Fried Steak or Salisbury Steak Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Combo Bars
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Crispito with Cheese Sauce

Today’s Activities: Music Spaghetti Dinner at 5:00 and Pops Concert at 7:00

  1. 7th and 8th boys check out for track today in Coach Richardson’s room. Practice will begin March 15th at 3:45. Make sure you have a physical on file with the school before you can start.

  2. There are various Boys Basketball T-Shirts and sweat shirts that are in Coach Baehr’s room. The sizes and products that are available range so it is first come and first serve.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Monday: Flute/Clarinet; Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: Saxophone/Low Brass/Low Winds/FHorn

  4. The deadline for sign-up for the April 8th ACT test in today. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions or need any assistance signing up.

5. Attention High School Wrestlers: Meeting about the Tiger Classic Golf Tournament Tuesday night at 7:00 in Mr. Streff’s room for either a wrestler and/or a parent.

6. Seniors-All local scholarships are due today. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

7. Juniors, Seniors, Waiters and Waitresses - please sign up in the office for Post Prom t-shirt size this week!

8. Congratulations to the following: 2017-2018 NBC Tiger Dance Team Members: Kendyl Boyce, Emily Brodd, Kodee del Valle Ella Endorf, Jessalynn Hellbusch, Julia Knapp, Kaila Lorence, Kendra Lorence, Reagan McConnell, Sami McDonald, Trinity Peterson, Maddy Renner, Annika Simanek, Shyanna Sindelar
2017-2018 NBC Tiger Cheerleading Squad Members: Tiffany Christian, Keirra del Valle, Riley Hall, Cara Obershaw, Joslyn Reker, Jessica Renard, Paige Swanson, Trinity Peterson, Madison Vavak, Shaelynn Vopalensky

9. All junior high 7th and 8th boys and girls that are going to pole vault this year please sign up with Coach Richardson this week. We will start next Wednesday March 8th at 6:50 AM. It will be in the old gym.

10. 7th and 8th girls check out for track today in Coach Streff’s room. Practice will begin March 15th at 3:45. Make sure you have a physical on file with the school before you can start.

11. Any student, staff, or parents interested in purchasing a NBC track & field shirt, see a track athlete, or Coach Montoya by Wednesday. Order forms are due Wednesday afternoon at practice.

Announcements for March 3rd, 2017

Announcements for March 3rd

Today’s Lunch: Cheese Lasagna Roll-Ups
Monday’s Breakfast: Poptarts
Monday’s Lunch: Chicken Fried Steakor Salisbury Steak

Today’s Activities:Cheer/Dance Tryouts ~ Good Luck to all Participants!

  1. 7th and 8th boys check out for track on Monday, March 6th in
    Coach Richardson’s room. Practice will begin March 15th at 3:45. Make sure you have a physical on file with the school before you can start.

  2. There are various Boys Basketball T-Shirts and sweat shirts that are in Coach Baehr’s room. The sizes and products that are available range so it is first come and first serve.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Friday: Jazz Band

  4. The deadline for sign-up for the April 8th ACT test in today. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions or need any assistance signing up.

  5. Please clean all lockers off unless it is something from Speech by today or it will be thrown away.

  6. Seniors-All local scholarships are due on March 6th. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  7. Juniors, Seniors, Waiters and Waitresses - please sign up in the office for Post Prom t-shirt size!

  8. TODAY is the last day to register for the John Baylor Test Prep!! See Mrs. Ray as soon as possible if you are interested

9. All junior high 7th and 8th boys and girls that are going to pole vault this year please sign up with Coach Richardson this week. We will start next Wednesday March 8th at 6:50 AM. It will be in the old gym.

10. 7th and 8th girls check out for track on Monday, March 6th in Coach Streff’s room. Practice will begin March 15th at 3:45. Make sure you have a physical on file with the school before you can start.

Announcements for March 2nd, 2017

Announcements for March 2nd

Today’s Lunch: Teriyaki Bites or Pork Patty Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Long John Tomorrow’s Lunch: Cheese Lasagna Roll-Ups

  1. 7th and 8th boys/girls check out for track on Monday, March 6th in Mr. Streff’s room. Practice will begin March 15th at 3:45. Make sure you have a physical on file with the school before you can start.

  2. There are various Boys Basketball T-Shirts and sweat shirts that are in Coach Baehr’s room. The sizes and products that are available range so it is first come and first serve.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Thursday: independent study students;Friday: Jazz Band

  4. The deadline for sign-up for the April 8th ACT test in this Friday, March 3rd. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions or need any assistance signing up.

  5. Please clean all lockers off unless it is something from Speech by Friday or it will be thrown away.

  6. Seniors-All local scholarships are due on March 6th. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  7. Juniors, Seniors, Waiters and Waitresses - please sign up in the office for Post Prom t-shirt size!

  8. This is your last week - you must sign up with Mrs. Ray by Friday if you are interested in participating in the John Baylor ACT Test Prep sessions. The cost is $40, but if you attend all sessions and are on time you will receive a $15 refund.

9. All junior high 7th and 8th boys and girls that are going to pole vault this year please sign up with Coach Richardson this week. We will start next Wednesday March 8th at 6:50 AM. It will be in the old gym.

10. The following girls are late getting their uniforms and practice tops in for basketball. You will not get a report card or check out for track until they are in. Tatum Bishop, Natalie Knapp, Isabelle Kluthe, Brooklyn Arington, Shyanna Sindelar, and Lacey Borer.

11. All Cheerleading and Dance Team Candidates need to choose a tryout partner and sign up for a tryout time on the spreadsheet posted outside Mrs. Wright’s classroom door (A17) ASAP. Tryouts will be Friday from 5:30-8:30 in the Old Gym. Questions or concerns? See Coach Wright or Coach Gaughen. Thank you!

  1. There are various Boys Basketball T-Shirts and sweat shirts that are in Coach Baehr’s room. The sizes and products that are available range so it is fi rst come and fi rst serve.

  2. Speech team pick up your District sign-out sheets from Mr. Lafleur today.

    Happy Birthday to Maci Norris!

Announcements for March 1st, 2017

Announcements for March 1st

Today’s Lunch: Buttercrust Sandwich & Tomato Soup Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Teriyaki Bites or Pork Patty

Today’s Activities: FFA @ District 3 CDE at NECC

  1. 7th and 8th girls check out for track on Monday, March 6th in Mr. Streff’s room. Practice will begin March 15th at 3:45. Make sure you have a physical on file with the school before you can start.

  2. There are various Boys Basketball T-Shirts and sweat shirts that are in Coach Baehr’s room. The sizes and products that are available range so it is first come and first serve.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Wednesday: independent study students Thursday: independent study students;Friday: Jazz Band

  4. The deadline for sign-up for the April 8th ACT test in this Friday, March 3rd. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions or need any assistance signing up.

  5. Please clean all lockers off unless it is something from Speech by Friday or it will be thrown away.

  6. Seniors-All local scholarships are due on March 6th. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  7. Seniors - The Marine Corp Scholarship is due today!

  8. This is your last week - you must sign up with Mrs. Ray by Friday if you are interested in participating in the John Baylor ACT Test Prep sessions. The cost is $40, but if you attend all sessions and are on time you will receive a $15 refund.

  9. Golfer: Those interested in varsity golf, there is a meeting in Mr. Ziettlow’s room today right after school.

10. The following girls are late getting their uniforms and practice tops in for basketball. You will not get a report card or check out for track until they are in. Tatum Bishop, Natalie Knapp, Isabelle Kluthe, Brooklyn Arington, Shyanna Sindelar, and Lacey Borer.

11. All Cheerleading and Dance Team Candidates need to choose a tryout partner and sign up for a tryout time on the spreadsheet posted outside Mrs. Wright’s classroom door (A17) ASAP. Tryouts will be Friday from 5:30-8:30 in the Old Gym. Questions or concerns? See Coach Wright or Coach Gaughen. Thank you!

Happy Birthday to Ryan Gaughen!

Announcements for February 28th, 2016

Announcements for February 28th

Today’s Lunch: Potato Boats
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Bagel
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Buttercrust Sandwich & Tomato Soup

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

  1. Middle school girl basketball players please get your uniforms and practice tops turned back into Coach Richardson today.

  2. Track meeting for all basketball players after school Tuesday in the commons by the weight room.

  3. Tap Schedule for Band: Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: independent study students Thursday: independent study students; Friday: Jazz Band

  4. NBC Blood drive Wednesday, March 1st from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Students 16 years of age and older may donate. Permission sheets for 16 year olds are in the office.

  5. 7th and 8th boys may check out for track on Monday March 6th in Coach Richardson’s room. Practice will begin March 15th at 3:45. Make sure you have a physical on file with the school before you can start.

  6. Seniors-All local scholarships are due on March 6th. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions.

  7. Seniors - The Marine Corp Scholarship is due tomorrow - March 1st.

  8. This is your last week - you must sign up with Mrs. Ray by Friday if you are interested in participating in the John Baylor ACT Test Prep sessions. The cost is $40, but if you attend all sessions and are on time you will receive a $15 refund.

  9. Golfer: Those interested in varsity golf, there is a meeting in Mr. Ziettlow’s room Wednesday(3/1), right after school.

10. Please clean all lockers off unless it is something from Speech by Friday or it will be thrown away.

11. The deadline for sign-up for the April 8th ACT test in this Friday, March 3rd. Please see Mrs. Gaughen if you have any questions or need any assistance signing up.

12. There are various Boys Basketball T-Shirts and sweat shirts that are in Coach Baehr’s room. The sizes and products that are available range so it is first come and first serve.

13. If you have not received your sign-out sheets for FFA, please pick them up in Mr. Mottl’s room today.

Happy Birthday to Mya Stahl, Brooklyn Arington, Louis Johnson, Carter Richardson, Delaney Richardson and Colton Mitties!

Announcements for February 27th, 2017

Announcements for February 27th
Today’s Lunch: Creamed Chicken over Mashed Potatoes
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Yogurt
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Potato Boats
Today’s Activities: Parent Teacher Conferences 5:30-8:30
1. Middle school girl basketball players please get your uniforms and practice tops turned back into Coach Richardson ASAP
2. Any students (other than Juniors) interested in participating in the John Baylor ACT Test Prep sessions, you need to sign up with
Mrs. Ray before March 3rd. The cost is $40, but if you attend all sessions and are on time you will receive a $15 refund.
3. Tap Schedule for Band: Monday: independent study students; Tuesday: Jazz Band; Wednesday: independent study students
Thursday: independent study students; Friday: Jazz Band
4. NBC Blood drive Wednesday, March 1st from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Students 16 years of age and older may donate.
Permission sheets for 16 year olds are in the offi ce.
5. 7th and 8th boys and girls track starting date will be the week of March 13th. Details next week. If you are going to pole vault
we may be starting the week of March 7th. The pole vault will normally be in the morning before school until we get outside to
work. Details coming.
6. Students- Please remember that the lunch card you use is school property and are reused each year. Please make sure not to
damage them so you don’t have to pay to replace them. Thank you!
7. Prom server skit practice will be held tonight and tomorrow night at 5:30 in the Tiger Den. Pizza will be served.
8. This is your last week - you must sign up with Mrs. Ray by Friday if you are interested in participating in the John Baylor ACT
Test Prep sessions. The cost is $40, but if you attend all sessions and are on time you will receive a $15 refund.
9. Golfer: Those interested in varsity golf, there is a meeting in Mr. Ziettlow’s room Wednesday(3/1), right after school.
10. Please return the Eagle to the library if you have borrowed it.
11. All junior high basketball girls please get your uniforms and practice tops into Coach Richardson ASAP..today or tomorrow.
Happy Birthday to Kaitlyn Bjorklund and Austin Uhing!

Announcements for February 23rd

Announcements for February 23rd

Today’s Lunch: Deli Ham or Deli Turkey Tomorrow’s Breakfast: A+ Biscuit Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chef Choice

Today’s Activities: Sub-District Boys Basketball game @ Columbus High at 6:00

1. Guys Track Meeting - All boys in grades 9-12 that are interested in participating in track and field this year should attend a meeting Thursday after school in the media center. Varsity basketball players will meet when their season concludes.

2. Any students (other than Juniors) interested in participating in the John Baylor ACT Test Prep sessions, you need to sign up with Mrs. Ray before March 3rd. The cost is $40, but if you attend all sessions and are on time you will receive a $15 refund.

  1. Tap Schedule for Band: Thursday: Jazz Band, Friday: Low Brass/ Low Woodwind/Saxophone/F-Horn

  2. NBC Blood drive Wednesday, March 1st from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Students 16 years of age and older may donate. Permission sheets for 16 year olds are in the office

  3. There will be an informational meeting THIS FRIDAY at 7:45am in Coach Wright’s room (A17) for all cheer/dance candidates interested in trying out for the 2017-2018 squads. Be there on time to receive information about upcoming tryout practices! You must have submitted your packet in order to attend any tryout practices.

  4. Optimist Club softball and baseball deadline is February 24 and forms are in the office.

  5. Volleyball Players please turn in your uniforms Thursday right after school by the concession stand and tiger. There needs to be a black one, a white one, a long sleeve orange and black one, and a pink one. Thank you.

  6. This week is NATIONAL FFA WEEK!!!
    Thursday: Elementary coloring day
    Friday: Official dress day and chapter breakfast at corner cafe.

    Happy Birthday to Aaliyah Scott!

Announcements for February 22nd

Announcements for February 22nd

Today’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pretzel
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Deli Ham or Deli Turkey

1. Girls Track Meeting - All girls in grades 9-12 that are interested in participating in track and field this year should attend the meeting today after school in the media center.

2. Any students (other than Juniors) interested in participating in the John Baylor ACT Test Prep sessions, you need to sign up with Mrs. Ray before March 3rd. The cost is $40, but if you attend all sessions and are on time you will receive a $15 refund.

  1. Tap Schedule for Jazz Band: Wednesday: Flute/Clarinet/Trumpet,Thursday: Low Brass/ Low Woodwind/Saxophone/F-Horn, Friday: Jazz Band

  2. NBC Blood drive Wednesday, March 1st from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Students 16 years of age and older may donate. Permission sheets for 16 year olds are in the office

5. If you missed the cheer/dance tryout meeting for next year’s squads and are still interested in trying out, see Mrs. Wright in Room A17 for a tryout packet. Packet forms are due by Wednesday, Feb. 22. Tryouts are scheduled for Friday, March 3. Make appropriate plans and be sure you are getting your packet completed! Any questions or concerns, see Coach Wright.

6. Optimist Club softball and baseball deadline is February 24 and forms are in the office.

7. The Northeast Community College rep will be here today at 1:30. Any junior or senior that is interested in meeting with Anthony needs to see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  1. This week is NATIONAL FFA WEEK!!!
    Wednesday: Toy tractor show (bring your toy tractor to display outside Mr. Mottl’s room) Thursday: Elementary coloring day
    Friday: Official dress day and chapter breakfast at corner cake.

  2. 2017-2018 Cheer & Dance Team Candidates: your application packet forms are due today to Coach Wright! Be sure you are submitting these completed forms by the deadline!

10. Volleyball Players please turn in your uniforms Thursday right after school by the concession stand and tiger. There needs to be a black one, a white one, a long sleeve orange and black one, and a pink one. Thank you.

11. There will be an informational meeting THIS FRIDAY at 7:45am in Coach Wright’s room (A17) for all cheer/dance candidates interested in trying out for the 2017-2018 squads. Be there on time to receive information about upcoming tryout practices! You must have submitted your packet in order to attend any tryout practices.

12. Are you missing your inhaler? If so, please come to the office.

13. Guys Track Meeting - All boys in grades 9-12 that are interested in participating in track and field this year should attend a meeting Thursday after school in the media center. Varsity basketball players will meet when their season concludes.

Happy Birthday to Jack Post!

Announcements for February 21st, 2017

Announcements for February 21st

Today’s Lunch: Crispito
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: English Muffin Tomorrow’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken

Today’s Activities: Boys Basketball Sub-Districts @ Columbus High at 7:30

1. Girls Track Meeting - All girls in grades 9-12 that are interested in participating in track and field this year should attend the meeting on Wednesday, February 22 after school in the media center.

2. Any students (other than Juniors) interested in participating in the John Baylor ACT Test Prep sessions, you need to sign up with Mrs. Ray before March 3rd. The cost is $40, but if you attend all sessions and are on time you will receive a $15 refund.

3. Tap Schedule for Jazz Band: Tuesday: Independent study students, Wednesday: Flute/Clarinet/Trumpet,Thursday: Low Brass/ Low Woodwind/Saxophone/F-Horn, Friday: Jazz Band

4. NBC Blood drive Wednesday, March 1st from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Students 16 years of age and older may donate. Permission sheets for 16 year olds are in the office

5. If you missed the cheer/dance tryout meeting for next year’s squads and are still interested in trying out, see Mrs. Wright in Room A17 for a tryout packet. Packet forms are due by Wednesday, Feb. 22. Tryouts are scheduled for Friday, March 3. Make appropriate plans and be sure you are getting your packet completed! Any questions or concerns, see Coach Wright.

  1. Optimist Club softball and baseball deadline is February 24 and forms are in the office.

  2. The Central Community College rep will be here today at 3:00p.m. If you would like to learn about all of the opportunities that CCC can offer, please see Mrs. Gaughen for a pass.

  3. This week is NATIONAL FFA WEEK!!!
    Tuesday: Teacher Breakfast
    Wednesday: Toy tractor show (bring your toy tractor to display outside Mr. Mottl’s room) Thursday: Elementary coloring day
    Friday: Official dress day and chapter breakfast at corner cake.

  4. 2017-2018 Cheer & Dance Team Candidates: your application packet forms are due by Wednesday of this week to Coach Wright! Be sure you are submitting these completed forms by the deadline!

10. Volleyball Players please turn in your uniforms Thursday right after school by the concession stand and tiger. There needs to be a black one, a white one, a long sleeve orange and black one, and a pink one. Thank you.

11. There will be an informational meeting THIS FRIDAY at 7:45am in Coach Wright’s room (A17) for all cheer/dance candidates interested in trying out for the 2017-2018 squads. Be there on time to receive information about upcoming tryout practices! You must have submitted your packet in order to attend any tryout practices.

Happy Birthday to Trevor Nelson and Peyton Mitties!

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