Mrs. White's 4th grade shared their Illinois Projects in the Elementary Commons on last Thursday. Students share their newly gained Illinois knowledge with visitors to their Illinois project museum.
In Mrs. Lindsay's fifth grade class, each student presents a book talk every quarter. They are encouraged to use a variety of programs and features including pictures, videos, and even dressing up as a character to help portray . . .
The third grade classes visited the Neoga municipal building as the culminating activity for a social studies unit on communities and local government.
What do you know about Jackie Robinson, Black Beard, or Amelia Earhart? To brush up on your knowledge, check out the videos on our Facebook feed from this morning's Living History Museum. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Westjohn's 2nd grade . . .
A big shout out to the Neoga Partnership for Progress (NPP), for their donation of 75 aprons for the students to use during the Stang Arts after school program! It is very much appreciated! Thank you so much!
NES students enjoyed a Fall Festival that included a parade. Each class decided upon a central theme for dressing up. PTO provided hot chocolate and donuts after the parade. The day concluded with a PBIS celebration for students who had . . .
Special thanks to Neoga businesses for displaying Sooeyfest coloring contest pictures: Neoga Municipal Building, Sav-Mor Pharmacy, Neoga Flea Market, Neoga IGA, First Neighbor Bank, First Mid Illinois Bank & Trust, Villa on 45, Studio . . .