Thursday, May 17, K-8 grade students participated in the memorial Mighty Mile for Torie. Younger students completed their mile by running/walking laps around the elementary school, while older students lapped the parking lot. PTO/parent . . .
Area 9 Special Olympics was canceled a few weeks ago due to the rains. Today, thanks to the hard-working coaches, especially Mrs. Amanda Osborn, the Special Olympics came to Neoga! Neoga athletes were able to participate in some events . . .
The high school science club, after a last minute change of plans due to weather, traveled to Springfield on May 5 and visited the Illinois State Museum. They also stopped by the State Capitol, and had lunch at Charlie Parker's.
Five NHS students participated in the annual LLC Business & Computer Contest on Friday, April 28. Each of the five students took a competitive test in a specified area and as a team competed in a scavenger-like web and phone app game. In . . .
Students in Ms. Romack's health class received AED training this week courtesy of HSHS St. Anthony's Hospital.
Congratulations to the high school Envirothon team, who placed first at the competition on April 6 at Ballard Nature Center. The team will advance to the State competition in Monticello at the end of the month. Team members are Sarah Thomas, . . .
Dr. Michael Shirley (newly retired History professor from Eastern Illinois University) visited Mrs. Bridges and Mr. Davis' scholarship class this week! Dr. Shirley enlightened the students about college professors' . . .
Prom season is quickly approaching. This year, Neoga High School Prom will be April 8th, at the Keller Convention Center. Members of the Junior class have been busy making decorations and programs.
Mr. Davis and Mrs. Bridges' scholarship class had special guest speakers this week! Jordan Probst, Morgan Partlow, Dydra Arnold (all from Neoga Class of 2015) and Brayton Wooters (Shelbyville Class of 2016) visited the seniors to . . .
March 4th was the annual Polar Plunge at Lake Sara. The Polar Plunge is a fundraising event for Special Olympics. The Neoga/Sigel Indians Polar Plunge team won the Cool School Challenge! The team raised over $3700 for Special Olympics. . . .
Mrs. Bridges' Geography students recently completed their chapter about Canada. The students utilized their knowledge and creativity to create a game about the country. The purpose of the game was not only to be fun but to . . .
The Neoga High School’s WYSE team advances to Sectionals! On February 3 rd , twenty students from Neoga High School competed against more than 20 local schools in the Regional WYSE academic challenge at Lakeland College. . . .
Valentine’s Day Blood Drive: Circulate the Love! The Neoga Healthcare Club will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday, February 14 th from 1-6 p.m. in the Neoga High School gym. Come Circulate the . . .
Neoga High School is proud to announce that 7 seniors have been named as Illinois State Scholars. The Illinois State Scholars Program recognizes Illinois high school students for outstanding academic achievement. Students ranking . . .