NHS School Spirit
Once again, the Neoga High School Spirit Award winners have been selected. This award asks the nominees to meet several requirements. To start, candidates must be a senior this year. Next, of course, is how they show their school spirit and go beyond the “call of duty” in life. Students should be well rounded, not just in academics, but they must participate in sports programs and other community functions, as well.
Furthermore, the winner should show kindness, unselfishness, and should illustrate a positive attitude. The winner should be involved in the community and active in clubs. With all of these factors considered, NHS faculty members choose three seniors each semester that they feel best fits this award. The one that stands out above the rest with his or her achievements is selected. This process is completed in the fall, and it is repeated again in the spring.
The votes are in, and the 2017-2018 winners are Emma Fearday (fall) and Caleb Hill (spring). For upcoming seniors, just remember, this is not an award based solely on a single achievement – there are numerous factors involved. So, good luck to our upcoming seniors who will be eligible for this award during the next school year.
Pic 1: L to R: Mr. Mike Taylor (Dean of Students), Renee Roy-Duey (Edward Jones Rep.), Emma Fearday, Shari Fearday, and Stan Fearday.
Pic 2: L to R: Chris Hill, Penny Hill, Caleb Hill, Renee Roy-Duey (Edward Jones Rep.), and Mr. Mike Taylor (Dean of Students).