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Jr.-Sr. High School

2nd Quarter Student Support/Intervention

  October 21, 2020 To:  Parents/Guardians From:  Neoga High School  Re:  2nd Quarter Student Support/Intervention Beginning Monday, October 26, from 2:00-2:50 p.m., we will begin . . .

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Waiver Hearing on November 12, 202

The Board of Education of Neoga CUSD #3 will hold a public hearing on Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 6:15 PM in the Neoga Jr/Sr High Library located at 790 East Seventh Street, Neoga, IL 62447. The purpose of the hearing will be to . . .

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Upcoming Important Dates

This is a reminder of some important upcoming dates: Friday, October 9 - No School; Teacher Institute Day Monday, October 12 - No School; Columbus Day Friday, October 16 - End of First Quarter Thursday, October 22 - 2:00 . . .

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Election Judges

Students, if you will be 16 on or before November 3, you are eligible to work as an election judge.  Those interested should contact their county’s election authority for more information.   Shelby County . . .

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Self- Certification Form

The link to the document is the self-certification form that students may use when coming to school each day. All students riding the bus will be required to show this signed form to the driver and then give it to a staff member at school. . . .

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3D Printed Ear Guards

The Neoga School District is actively 3D printing ear guards for essential workers at local hospitals and senior living locations. Currently the district has printed and donated over 120 ear guards and more are being made daily. If you are in . . .

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Godspell - The at Home Version

We might not be able to see the whole production right now, but here are a couple of songs from the upcoming Godspell student performance. WCIA interviewed our students and director April Banning about the postponed show. Full interview . . .

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Guest Reader

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School Nurse Information

  Dear Parent and/or Guardian: As many of you are aware, the Governor of Illinois is attempting to slow the progression of the Coronavirus (COVID - 19) by taking several actions, one of which is the closing down all schools . . .

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School Closing

  March 16, 2020 12:20 PM Neoga students, parents/guardians, community, and staff: Thank you for being patient, understanding, and calm during this unprecedented school closure.  We know that this is a time for . . .

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Science Olympiad 2020

Congrats to the following students for bringing home awards from the Science Olympiad competition at Parkland College on March 7. Molly Sheehan & Grace Rentfro got 5th place in Varsity Anatomy and Physiology. Isaac Walk & . . .

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High School JV Scholar Bowl

Congratulations to the High School JV Scholastic Bowl team for earning a third place finish at the NTC Tournament at St. Anthony on February 20. The team had wins against South Central and Windsor to advance to the consolation match, and . . .

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Nerd Run a Success

The National Honor Society’s Running of the Nerd 5k was a huge success! The race took place on Saturday, February 22, with beautiful weather. 65 runners and walkers participated in the race. The overall winner was Tony Chavez from . . .

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Human Anatomy

Human anatomy & physiology class has started cat dissection as part of their muscle unit.

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Neoga ACES

Congratulations to the Neoga ACES (formerly WYSE) team, who earned  third place honors at the regional competition at Lake Land College on Feb. 7. This earns the team a trip to the sectional competition at EIU. Congratulations to Anna . . .

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EIU Scholastic Bowl Tournament

Congratulations to Victor Ludwig, who placed third on the all tournament team at the EIU Scholastic Bowl tournament on Feb 1. Victor answered 21 toss-up questions during the 3 morning rounds.  The team defeated Cumberland and Tri-County . . .

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Periodic Table

Jr. High students created a large Perodic Table. Each student was responsbile for 2-3 elements. Building the table helped students understand how the element table is organized. 

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Business & Technology Class

Students in Mrs. Endsley's business and Technology class play "Media Match".  An activity that had students grouping the eight major types of media with their advantages and disadvantages. 

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Psychology Class

  The high school Psychology class finished a unit study about Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.  Students discussed the 3 tiers of needs including basic, psychological and the quest for self-actualization . . .

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The Outsiders

Students in Mrs. Kepp's jr high English/Language Arts class recently investigated a crime scene and made hypotheses about characters, setting, problem/conflict, and resolutions. Each group then wrote a summary of the results. This . . .

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School Messenger

There's a tiny bit of s-n-o-w in the forecast this week. So it's a great time to think about School Messenger, the automated call/text system the district uses for cancelation information. Due to federal regulations, end-users must . . .

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Face Study Composition

Mrs. Harden's Art I and 8th grade students recently completed a "Face Study" composition. Students were asked to select an image of a face, cut it in half, and complete the other side. They were asked to go even further, by . . .

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Physical Exams and Immunizations

Deadline for Physical Exams and Immunizations is Tuesday, October 15th. The Illinois State Code states that if physicals and immunizations are not turned in, your student shall be excluded from school on October 16th.  This . . .

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Egg Drop

Jr High science students spent time developing and testing egg drop proposals. The eggs were dropped from an 8 and 12 foot ladder.    This class didn't break a single egg during the 12 foot drop!

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Psychology

High school Psychology class students participated in a team work activity in the high school library. Students were assigned to 4 small groups at random and then asked to make a structure out of index cards and masking tape. They were . . .

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Raffle Baskets at Sooeyfest

Several of the Neoga Jr/Sr High Clubs and organizations are putting together raffle baskets to be a part of a fundraiser for our local Daycare/Preschool-Strong Beginnings.  The baskets will be on display and tickets can be bought at . . .

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Jr. High Science

Jr. High students  in Ms. Schuette's science class recently learned to use the triple beam balance to calculate mass. Up next, learning to calculate density.

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Elements of Mystery

Mrs. Fearday's 8th grade class read clues to solve a mystery.  Students learned about elements of a mystery in English language arts class.

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Dissection

NHS student recently tried their hand at fish dissection in Ms. Shaffer's classes.

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Lake Land College Business and Computer Contest

Congratulations to the NHS students who competed at the Lake Land College Business and Computer Contest. They won second place in the team event.  Anna Miller  JC Keller Olivia Holt  Molly Sheehan . . .

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Jr. High Scholar Bowl

The Jr. High Scholar Bowl Team recently participated in the NTC Tournament at North Clay. 7th grader Laney Brandenburg was the NTC top scorer!

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Healthcare Club Field Trip

Monday, April 8th, the Neoga Healthcare Club toured Lakeview College of Nursing in Charleston, IL.  While there, they learned about the many programs the nursing school has to offer and their admissions process.  They were able to . . .

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Vacation Destinations

Students in Mrs. Endsley’s Desktop class recently designed brochures for vacation destinations. 

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Valentine's Day

Some of the members of the Neoga High School student council delivered carnations for Valentine’s Day to the residents of Heartland Christian Village. 

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Mystery Reader at NES

The High School Girls Basketball team were Mystery Readers at NES. They read a holiday story to students and handed out candy canes.

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Celebrating 40 Years of Girls Basketball

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 . . .

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Coding & Links

                   

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Western Civilization I Class

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 . . .

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Design Process

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.  

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Abolition Movement and Underground Railroad

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 . . .

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Student Leadership Conference

Fourteen NHS students attended the Student Leadership Conference at Lake Land College.

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NHS Blood Drive

The Neoga National Honor Society will be sponsoring the American Red Cross Blood Drive this year. It is set for Tuesday, October 16th from 1-6:00 p.m. in the high school gym. Through sponsoring this blood drive, High School students are . . .

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