Important Notice: There will be a Jr. High Track Parent/Athlete Meeting at 6:00 pm Wed. March 15, 2023, in the Warsaw High School Gym. All students who signed up to participate in Jr. High Track, please plan to attend this meeting with your parent/guardian with you. Thank you.
Congrats to our recent "Reading Counts" award students! We honored them with certificates from Mrs. Litchfield on 3/8/2023 during Viking Time. Pictured from left to right: Brikelle Grange, Grace Hill, Caimen Huston, Levi Perego, Lori Savage, Lilian Woulfe, Miles Aitchison, Anthony Evans, Ianna Feikert, Svana Grange, Grant Squire, Samuel Torgerson, Sadie Gallaher, Wyatt Johnson, Paxton Rawlings, Madison Shaw, Evan Savage, Kate Smith, Talmage Squire, Nietzea Vinson. Not pictured: Jaxson Buschling, Colton Schmitz, and Avianna Young. Nice work and keep reading, Vikings!
Check out more pics of NCES celebrating "Read Across America Week" on March 1-3, 2023. NCES appreciates and thanks all of our special guests who read to our students during this special week. Thank you for your support for our children and reading :)
The students and staff celebrated "Read Across America Week" on March 1-3, 2023. Our school had special guests at NCES to read to our students and staff and honor the importance of reading and learning during this week. Check out the pics of the various activities put on by the NCES Staff and special guest readers for our students :)
Feb. 21-24, 2023, was "FFA Week" at NCES. Mrs. Rose and N-C Jr. High FFA students put on daily activities and dress-up days to celebrate FFA Week. The week culminated with "FFA Olympics" on 2/24/2023. Check out the pictures of FFA Week! Thank you to Mrs. Rose and FFA students for their time, efforts, spirit, and events they put on for our students, parents, staff, and local people, in support of FFA!
Congratulations to our February 2023 "Viking Pride Award" recipients! These students and staff displayed kindness, respect, honesty, and/or support for others. We recognized them with certificates and gifts on February 24th during Viking Time. Pictured from left to right: Mrs. Stout, Mrs. Aitchison, Jaxson Buschling, Craig Bodily, Carson Martens, Talmage Squire, Zachary Allen, Aimee Childs, Addison Squire, Anthony Evans, Svana Grange, Mackenzie Shaw, Brynlee Squire, Porter Bodily, Sydni Wilson, Magnus Klatt, Gavin Jackson, and Mrs. Coulter. Not pictured: Siouxfirra Young. Thank you to all students and staff for showing their Viking Pride! Thank You to our sponsors who donate gift certificates to support NCES: The Red Front, The Fudge Factory, and Annie's Frozen Custard Shop.
Just a reminder - No school today or Monday! We'll see you again on Tuesday dressed as farmers for FFA Week!
School is canceled for today, February 16, 2023
Next week is National FFA Week, see the attached images for all the fun things we will have going on.
Congrats to our recent "Reading Counts" award winners! We honored them with certificates from Mrs. Litchfield on 2/1/2023. Pictured from left to right: Zoie Gallaher, Austin Fortado, Mesa Kohl, Isaac Shurtleff, Madelyn Siegworth, Annika Torgerson, Austyn Barker, Jordan Blunier, Jacob Hill, Jaedann Martens, Mackenzie Shaw, Cooper Stull, Katherine Aitchison, Brikelle Grange, and Charles Shurtleff. Nice job! Keep on reading, NCES Vikings!
Congratulations to our January 2023 "Viking Pride Award" recipients! These students and staff displayed kindness, respect, honesty, and/or support for others. We recognized them with certificates and gifts on January 27th during Viking Time. Pictured from left to right: (students) Luke Mason, Carson Martens, Kate Smith, Mesa Kohl, Miles Aitchison, Cooper Stull, Avery Squire, Jayce Philpott, Dalton Vass, Markayla Barber, Kenley Nichols; (Staff-in back row) Mrs. Kreps, Mrs. Belshaw, Mrs. Dickerson, Mrs. Radel, Mrs. Perego, Not pictured: Ms. Nelson and Ms. Adkisson. Thank you to all students and staff for showing their Viking Pride! Thank You to our sponsors who donate gift certificates to support NCES: The Red Front, The Fudge Factory, and Annie's Frozen Custard Shop.
Mrs. Siegfried wanted to share her 6th grade science activity they did on Jan. 23, 2023. The students are finishing up their chapter on "Body Systems," so her students built skeletal systems of their hands. The 6th graders seemed to really enjoy it! Check out the great pics of this science class activity.
Here is a message and attached pics from Mrs. Patrick: First grade has just finished their science unit on germs! We had fun learning about germs with a lot of hands-on experiments and projects! 1st experiment: Wiping unclean hands on bread and watching what grows from it! 2nd experiment: Using glow gel and a black light for a hand washing lesson. 3rd project: We made our own “germ” models. 4th experiment: We swabbed multiple surfaces in our classroom and school, and grew germs in petri dishes. We also looked at pictures of magnified bacteria and viruses, and also learned how to use a microscope!
School will be back in session tomorrow, but the school is under a boil order. As a result there will be no drinkable water in the building. Please send your student to school with a full water bottle.
No school today also includes Warsaw 7th and 8th grade students!
Good morning! There will be no school today for Nauvoo-Colusa Elementary students due to no water at the school this morning. Warsaw high school students will still have school and buses will pick up as normal. Thanks!
Check out our 2nd graders celebrating national "Popcorn Day" on Jan. 19th in Mrs. Belshaw's P.E. class! Looks like they had a blast with this activity :).
Congrats to our recent "Reading Counts" award winners at NCES! We honored them with certificates from Mrs. Litchfield on 1/11/2023. Pictured from left to right: Lila Schafer, Stone Hill, Tatum Griffiths, T.J. Burtalo, Tristan Vass, Brooklyn Leonard, Cora Hancock, Madelyn Siegworth, Kaylee Powell, Mesa Kohl, Sadie Gallaher, Kate Smith, Evan Savage, Grace Hill, Elizabeth Kohl, Ellie Fink, and Avery Squire. Not pictured: Bryce Sullivan and Brikelle Grange. Keep on reading and learning, Vikings!
During the 4th grade peppermint stacking challenge Cora made the tallest successful stack, and Sam had the most creative design. Svana, Ianna, Siouxfirra, and Brooklyn used the most candies.
Before the Christmas break Mrs. Stout's 4th grade class had a S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering,and Math) challenge, stacking peppermint candies.