April 2nd-April 8th
“The news you need, not the fluff.”
Be sure to read the newsletter to stay in the know of all the things going on at NHCS. There is a lot of information in the newsletter. Our focus for the month of April is I AM ABLE TO DO HARD THINGS! I can do all things through HIM who gives me strength. Phillipans 4:13
Registration for the the 2023-2024 school year is under way.
Have a great week.
* Make sure that you have joined the scholar bowl teamreach to stay connected with informaiton since both of the coaches are not at school on a regular basis.
TEAM REACH INFO
Monday: 4:00 Meet at CHS TRACK
Tuesday: 4:15-5:45 at CHS TRACK or 3:30-5 at NHCS depending on weather
Wednesday: 4:00-5:00 at CHS TRACK
Thursday: SPRING BREAK
Friday: SPRING BREAK
Please join the track team reach using the following info:
Group Code: Crusadertrack
Practice schedules and meet dates are posted on team reach.
SAVE THE DATE- STL Cards Game 2023
Game Date: Wednesday, August 2nd vs Minnesota Twins @ 6:45 pm
Performance: National Anthem
Anticipated Price: $15 per ticket
Anticipated Seating Location: Field Box Level (1st Level)
More details on how to purchase tickets will be released at a later date. We are excited to be able to do this again.
CCBA Food Drive at NHCS-RESULTS
The Winner of the NHCS 2023 CCBA Food Drive is corn and boxed potatoes.
We collected a lot of items!!!
Crusader and Preschool Sunday at GCC
Spring Break-No School
8th Grade Spotlight
An 8th grade chapel is planned out from start to finish by the student. They are in charge of finding songs, singers if they choose, a speaker, and many other things. We will spotlight one of our 8th graders each week leading up to graduation.
Emmaus is an 8th grader. He has been at NHCS since preschool. A memory that he will cherish is Layton doing the silly salmon on the lunch room floor. He will miss basketball the most next year. His favorite verse is John 3:16. He has participated in cross country, track, and basketball. He will be attending CHS in the fall and is looking forward to participating in athletics. His advice to the younger students is to make sure you have all of your items needed for class.