Congratulations to our girls track team. They won the MIC Championship today! Our Boys competed well in many events too.
Good news from FFA! Good morning! Help me congratulate the following individuals for their hard work in preparing for the District 5 FFA Leadership Contest that was held on Friday at Carroll High School. Approximately 13 schools were in attendance. For those who are newer to understanding FFA contests, these ones specifically are wonderful for increasing speaking, interviewing, and leadership skills. It has been about 30 years since Northwestern has been represented at these contests and this year alone we had 16 participants. Last year we had 2 incredible students that competed right before quarantine. It has been incredible to see the interests of these students come to life! If you have them in class, please congratulate them and ask them about their project. We had some really great topics and learned a lot on how to keep improving for next year. Placing in the top 3- Multimedia Scrapbook- Jaden Short (2nd place) Prepared Public Speaking- Anthony Dunten (3rd place) Discovery Animal Science Demonstration- Taylor Schmitt & Addison Sparling (3rd) Also competing- Zach Van Osdell- Ag Mechanics Demonstration Kelsie Avery- Animal Science Demonstration, Essay, & Quiz Bowl Bella Medina- Horticulture Demonstration & Extemporaneous Public Speaking Michael Burton- Plant & Soil Science Demonstration Andrew Routt- Natural Resource Demonstration Alec Fourez- Freshman Extemporaneous Public Speaking & Quiz Bowl Danielle Dunten- FFA Creed & Quiz Bowl Ashlyn Kelly- FFA Creed Christian Burton- Quiz Bowl Michael Van Osdell- Quiz Bowl Lauren Routt- Quiz Bowl Anna Kelly- Quiz Bowl We also had students who competed in the Section 2 Parliamentary Procedure Competition back in February and I cannot remember if I recognized those kiddos. They definitely deserve the recognition, having placed 1st within our district and 5th within our section. Last year was our first year and they have improved tremendously! This contest allows students to learn how to properly run a meeting following "Roberts Rules of Order". President- Taylor Schmitt Vice President- Alec Fourez Secretary- Kelsie Avery Treasurer- Addison Sparling Reporter- Danielle Dunten Sentinel- Tessa Ortman Advisor- Kristian Stockberger
Barbara Hilton director at Howard Co. Family Service Association held a video contest to promote Mental Heath. (How I Keep Positive) N.M.S. had the following winners: Haley Koetter and Kelsey Hientz whose video received 3rd place and a check for $50. Taylor Schmitt and Haley Riker received an Honorable Mention and a check for $25. Congratulations to our students, and thank you to Mrs. Kathie Layden for offering the opportunity to her students.
This Honor Society announcement will also be in your email: Dear parents/guardians, In order to stay in compliance with local health guidelines regarding event capacity, we will need to split the NJHS Induction Ceremony between grade levels. Seventh Grade: Students arrive at Door 38 @ 5:45 P.M. Ceremony begins @ 6:00 P.M. Please wear appropriate dress attire. All students and families must wear a mask while in the building. Your student will meet you outside door 38 on the sidewalk after the ceremony is over. Eighth Grade: Students arrive at Door 38 @ 6:30 P.M. Ceremony begins @ 6:45 P.M. Please wear appropriate dress attire. All students and families must wear a mask while in the building. Your student will meet you outside door 38 on the sidewalk after the ceremony is over. Thank you for your patience and understanding while we navigate through unforeseen circumstances!
Mrs. Bowen received the following in regards to our 'Pi Day' Fundraiser: The community that we serve here at the Mission was super excited to receive a pie on Pi day. We are so very thankful to you and your students for your donation and allowing us to seize the opportunity to have fun with math and pies! Please share these few photos with your students! Thank you for your support and enthusiasm to help us reach those in need. Jessica Sinning Kokomo Mission
A message straight from Mrs. Schorer: The following Middle School sports begin practice 3/16. 1. Track and Field at 3:00. Meet in the Middle School Gym prepared to practice outdoors. 2. Softball at 6:00 at the softball field. 3. Baseball at 6:30 at the baseball field. Please visit this page if you have not uploaded documents to final forms: http://nhs.nwsc.k12.in.us/article/264300?org=northwestern-athletics
Are you interesting in building and competing with a VEX robot? Robotics club is looking for you! If interested, please email our Robotics Coach this week: firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents, please take a moment to complete this poll. Polling will close 12/18. https://forms.gle/bmoyZqJK39nEdzkD8
Rocky's Birthday Party during lunch has been canceled, but if you want to receive a cupcake, make a donation to ICAN ($1), and have your picture taken with Rocky please see this flyer: https://5il.co/nq5b
To honor Veteran's Day this year our students help produce a virtual ceremony. https://youtu.be/lXfycpH60fo
If you have a veteran that you'd like to celebrate for Veterans' Day please bring in a picture for our honor display. We can can make a copy of your photo in the front office and return it to you. Thank you,
We're proud to announce the 2020-2021 Student Council. President - Andrew Lesko VP - Emma Mula Secretary - Berkley Wray Treasurer - Reegan Miller 8th Grade Rep - Mia Shoaff 7th Grade Reps - Kia Shoaff - Maria Slate
Website Update with link to Northwestern Tech Help Page: https://sites.google.com/nwsc.k12.in.us/nwsctechnology/student-page?authuser=0