The National Trail Conference has announced the All Conference Volleyball Team for 2017. Congratulations Mary Hill, who made 1st team, and Blair Banning who made Honorable Mention.
We just wanted to take the opportunity during American Education Week to give a shout out to all of the parents and guardians in the Neoga School District. You entrust us with your children every day, and we want you to know . . .
On November 2nd, Mrs. Brummer and the Spanish 3 Class traveled to Don Sol in Mattoon to celebrate Day of the Dead and practice Spanish in a real life application; ordering food! The waiters were very helpful in conversing with the . . .
The students in Mrs. Bridges' American History classes began sharing their Veterans Projects. The students had the opportunity to find and interview a local veteran to learn more about his/her service. Beyond being shared with . . .
Great news! The Student Council/Class of 2019 fruit sale has been extended until Monday!! Don't miss your chance to purchase fresh Florida fruit to arrive in time for the holiday season! Items and prices can be . . .
The 8th grade technology class is working on a 3D Business Plan Project. They are designing a 3D object and printing it with the 3D printer. The items we have printed so far are prototypes and they will need to be reworked before final print. . . .
Mrs. Bridges' Geography class completed their second project for the class, games about Canada. The students had to develop a game to teach others about our neighbor to the north. Once the games were complete, the students . . .
Several high school students helped with the Strong Beginnings Daycare Fall Celebration on Saturday, October 21st. Seniors in Constitution class are asked to provide community service hours in an effort to give back to the . . .
Trooper Tammy Welborn from the Illinois State Police visited the high school Driver Education class Thursday to talk about the risks of distracted driving, DUI, speeding, and not wearing a safety belt. The student's participated in many . . .
The high school geography class faced off with each other today as a final review for their states and abbreviation test.
Students in high school biology conducted a Bioblitz survey on Sept. 28 in the school prairie. Their goal was to document as many of the species living in the prairie as possible during class that day.
The high school biology classes conducted a plant transect in Oct 17 as a follow up to the bio blitz from a few weeks ago. The goal of this field lab is to quantify the abundance of different plant species in the school prairie.