There will be no 5th and 6th grade boys basketball practice tonight, November 22, 2022
School will be in regular session on Monday 21st and Tuesday 22nd. We will be off the 23-25th for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Here are more pictures from the NCES Veterans Day Assembly held on 11/9/2022. Once again, thank you to our veterans for your service AND thank you to everyone at NCES who made this a special day for our veterans.
On Nov. 9, 2022, NCES held a Veterans Day Assembly to honor those who have served their country. We would like to say, "Thank you," to all of our veterans and their families who attended this event at our school. We had a great program with a lot of people involved with making it successful. Check out the pictures with our Veterans Day Assembly program and various candid pictures. Another post will follow this one to share more pictures, with special thanks to Mrs. Kreps for taking these for NCES! Thank you to everyone involved with and/or attending this special event for our veterans.
Here is a recent picture of two groups from Mr. Schneider's 1B Geography class. Students are working on a Conservation Poster, and really working hard and having fun! Keep up the creativity, cooperation and teamwork.
Here are a few more pics of "Fire Escape Plan" Contest winners and Mrs. Fink and winning Kindergarten class. Thank you to NCES students, staff, and families who got involved and to our Nauvoo Fire Dept. for their partnership and support!
NCES partnered with Nauvoo Fire Dept. to do a "Fire Escape Plan" Contest. Over 60 NCES students chose to participate! This contest achieved the Fire Dept's goal of encouraging more families to plan/prep for fire emergencies. These NCES students were selected as individual winners: PreK-Quinn Dickerson, Kindergarten-Canyon Huston, 1st Grade-Maisie Grange, 2nd Grade-Craig Bodily, 3rd Grade-Mesa Kohl, 4th Grade-Miles Aitchison, 6th Grade-Kat Aitchison. The winners and their families got breakfast at the Nauvoo Fire Station and after the winners got a ride to school in a fire truck. Also, Mrs. Fink's Kindergarten Class had the most participation with 100% of the students participating! They got a pizza party and visit from Marshall. Thank you to Chief Gallaher and Nauvoo Fire Dept. for partnering with NCES students and families for this cool community event. Check out pics and more pics will be posted for this event and the people involved.
The boys basketball game tonight in Quincy is at 5:30, not the previously announced 6pm.
Reminder: No school tomorrow in honor of Veterans day. Enjoy the weekend and we will be back in session Monday the 14th.
Don't forget, there is no school today for Election Day. We will be back in session tomorrow, and then will have Friday off for Veteran's day.
The Hancock County Health Department is sponsoring a CPR class for 12-18 year olds during holiday break. This is a great opportunity for teens who babysit. The training is free, but space is limited and pre-registration by December 14th is required. The training isn't scheduled until December 22, but we wanted to give you a heads up to allow time to mark your calendars.
Congratulations to our Oct. 2022 "Viking Pride Award" recipients! These students and staff displayed kindness, respect, and/or support for others. We recognized them with certificates, gifts, and treats on 11/4/2022. Pictured from Left to Right: (Students) Anastazia Young, Brayden Shaw, Sadie Gallaher, Mesa Kohl, Siouxfirra Young, Alex Pilkington, T.J. Burtalo, Aubrey Newlan, Brody Lucas, Audrey Young, Marcus Duncan. (Staff) Mrs. Bromley, Mrs. Perego, Ms. Crim, Mrs. Rose, and Mrs. Belshaw. Not pictured: Jordan Schisler. Thank you for showing your Viking Pride! Special "Thank You" to our sponsors who donate gift certificates to support Viking Pride: The Red Front, The Fudge Factory, and Annie's Frozen Custard Shop. Please support them for supporting NCES!
Congrats to our most recent "Reading Counts" award winners! We honored them with certificates from Mrs. Litchfield on 11/2/2022 at Viking Time. Pictured from left to right: Loretta Young, Brody Young, Caleb Edwards, Jaxson Buschling, Zachary Allen, Craig Bodily, Evan Savage, Talmage Squire, Alex Pilkington, Jordan Blunier, T.J. Burtalo, Tatum Griffiths, Jacob Hill, Stone Hill, Lila Schafer, Kat Aitchison, Elizabeth Kohl, Aubrey Newlan, and Avery Squire. Not pictured: Avianna Young. Keep reading and learning, Vikings!
Announcement to all Nauvoo-Colusa Students, Staff, Parents, Citizens: Our school will host an all-school "Veterans Day Assembly" at 1:45 pm Nov. 9th, in the Jr. High Gym. We invite all veterans and their families to join us for this special event to honor all veterans and to thank them for their service to our country.
Here are a few more pictures of the NCES Halloween Costume Parade & Contest on Oct. 31, 2022. Enjoy!
NCES had our annual "Costume Parade & Contest" on Oct. 31st. Check out the attached pictures of this cool event! Another post will be made so people can see more pics. Thank you to all students, staff, and parents, who dressed up and/or supported this fun event in any way! Special thanks to Mrs. Kreps and N-C Jr. High Student Council for running this event for us! Also, thanks to Mr. Rhodes, Mrs. Perego, and Mrs. Faul, for serving as contest judges for us.
Elementary parents, please remember to turn in your child's permission slip for skating. The forms are to be given to your child's teacher along with the $5.00 for each student by Wednesday, November 2nd. If you have lost your form please don't hesitate to reach out to Mrs. Belshaw.
Ms. Crim's Science class created a "crime scene" for the whole school to view. Nice work by the students with the details of this crime scene right before Halloween! We have some prospective Crime Scene Investigators in the future!
Here are more pics of students wearing red and student chalk drawings for Red Ribbon Week. Enjoy the pics! Thanks for your support for our kids in/out of NCES.
Our staff and students enjoyed a lot of fun, cool activities for "Red Ribbon Week" at NCES. Enjoy these pictures and I will make another post with more Red Ribbon Week pics. Thank you to all of NCES students and staff for their spirit and support to be drug-free and make good choices.