The High School Girls Basketball Team will be celebrating 40 years of girls basketball this year. We will honor all former players and coaches in attendance at the January 21st game against CHBC. On this night we will also honor all those . . .
Mrs. Bridges' Western Civilization I class recently completed their study of Ancient Greece. To commemorate the end of another chapter and celebrate one of the most notable contributions of ancient Greece, the Olympics, the class . . .
The sixth grade science class has been learning about the Design Process. Students had to use the process to create a structure made out of paper and 12 inches of masking tape to hold at least 20 textbooks.
Mrs. Bridges' American History class has been studying the Abolition Movement and Underground Railroad. The students have learned that escape routes for slaves were shared by songs and even by quilts! On Wednesday, the . . .
Mrs. Martin's English III classes are creating allegories to coincide with The Crucible and Salem Witch Trials. During work days, student groups collaborate to develop a storyline, create graphics, edit their allegories, . . .
Neoga Keychains designed by jr- high students and printed on our own 3D printer will be available for purchase at home games. All proceeds go back to the technology program, and ultimately the students.
Neoga High School is excited to announce that in the coming weeks we will be adding a 4' X 8' CNC Plasma Table System to our Agriculture Education Department. The full funding of this equipment has been made possible through EIEFES . . .
The students of Ag Mechanics are creating a Raised Garden Bed by repurposing a broken freezer. The bed will then be used by the Ag Science class to grow plants and flowers. Through the year students will be using programs, such as Google . . .