Recently, 3 classrooms were awarded grants from Neoga PTO. Each year Neoga PTO graciously funds classroom grants. This year Mrs. Kepp wrote for and received a mini IPad. The iPad has been used by Jr. High Students who are creating the Warrior Web on the district's homepage. Mrs. Walk received 5 chromebooks for use in her 3rd grade . . .
The Commons at Neoga Elementary was filled with 104 Veterans and their guests. Breakfast was served, followed by a program in the gymnasium. Decorations around the school enhanced the celebration with patriotic displays and numerous . . .
The Chicago Cubs may have won the division against the St. Louis Cardinals, but the Cards won the biggest cheering section at NES Library. Mrs. Altman gave students the opportunity for a show of support. Maybe Mrs. Altman just didn't . . .
The fifth grade traveled to Lincoln Log Cabin on Wed. Sept. 30th. They stopped at Shiloh Cemetery to visit the grave site of Thomas and Sarah Bush Lincoln. The students participated in activities such as mucking out stalls, . . .
Fruit Loops with math? Of course! Mrs. McClellan's first grade students are getting better and better at single digit addition. Students used dice and fruit loops to demonstrate "part + part=whole". These kids will be . . .
1st grade students enjoyed celebrating 100 days of school. Kindergarten students created a tower from 100 cups. The school year is flying by!
Second grade teacher, Mrs Brenda Jones, received a grant check from Illinois Retired Teachers' Association representatives. Mrs. Jones was awarded the grant to purchase 2nd grade level science readers.
Fall is certainly in the air. With fall comes pumpkins. Students in Mrs. Fearday's third grade class got to try their hand at pumpkin carving.
The 3rd grade at Neoga Elementary School had a great time making houses that a wolf might like!! - The theme was from the book The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig. Each 3rd grader was to make a house that the wolf might like. . . .
PBIS training for students and parents took place on Sept. 11th and 12th. It was a great time to reinforce what matters in our schools by learning about what Neoga Elementary stands for - be Respectful, be Responsible, and be . . .