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Great game, Tigers!!! You are working so hard and Keep it UP!!!!

Keep working Tigers!

Watched the whole game n before the game I knew it was going to be tough. 3 games with in a short time I knew it would be tough on the short number Tigers But they are a tough bunch of girls. Even at the end game was decided these girl never quit Didn't see a single.player stop running moving or trying. Proud of these girls. Hats off to the coaches. They also were coaching till the end man see improvement in the players. Enjoy the time off looking forward to the Waco game. Go Tigers

Go Tigers!!

Enjoying Tiger cast in Alabama.

Thanks NL businesses for the TIGER CAST!!

Thank you for streaming this!!

Good luck second half

Come on strong in the 4th

Let’s go Tigers

Shiree Strawhacker, here it is

Go Crusaders

Go HTC

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If you didn't get a chance to watch the play live this weekend here is a recorded version for your viewing pleasure! The students and staff did a fantastic job with the play Clockwork. This link will only be live for 2 weeks.

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Wonderful job, enjoyed watching

HS Girls Basketball vs Davis County ... See MoreSee Less

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Congrats girls! I'm telling you, as someone who did it for over 30 years, Coach Iverson is a good one! Now if our athletes understand that and listen to her, we can turn the program back into a success. However, if we have athletes that aren't out, it's never to late!! There's more to the game than just scoring, can you handle the ball, maybe rebound, maybe provide quickness and defense, maybe just provide hustle, teamwork, and enthusiasm, you can help!! I'm proud of you Coaches, and players!! Go Tigers!

Great job tonight ladies!! Good Win!

GREAT WIN GIRLS!!!

Great job Tigers

way to go Tigers, way to go coach I

Let’s Go Tigers!

We will have play by play with this stream. Stay tuned.

Great job tonight Tigers !

Great job coach!

Go Tigers

Good job Tigers

Great job ladies!!!

Good game girls πŸ’›πŸ–€

Keep working Tigers πŸ’›πŸ–€

Awesome 1st win in 2020!

Nice first quarter ladies.

Good Job Tigers !

Good half Tigers...!!!

Keep working hard ladies! Looking good!!

Great game ladies

Great game Tigers.

Good 1st half

Woo hoo!!

Good fight have

Let’s go Tigers 🐯!!

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There are lots of tickets available for both our matinee and evening performances of Clockwork. If you’d like to attend, just show up and pay at the door. Like we said, there are lots of tickets available!

Performances scheduled for 2:00 PM and 7:30 PM.

Come on out and see a great show!

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HS Girls Basketball vs Winfield ... See MoreSee Less

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Watching from Mesa AZ. Coach Iverson’s Great Grandparents!

Coach Iverson’s family from QC

Yes, this has been a tough game, BUT 2 years ago there was talk of cancelling girls bb. Your guts and hard work will never go forgotten!!! SO PROUD OF THE NEW LONDON TIGERS GIRLS BASKETBALL!! Never quit fighting!!!β€οΈπŸ‘Š

Aimee Iverson’s uncle from the QC...go Tigers...!!!

Go WMU

Go Tigers go

Coach Iverson's family is watching from Seattle!

Go Tigers πŸ…

Almost sounds like Dan Berner

not bad Aimee for the first game, just keep working them.

Let’s Go Tigers!! We love Coach Iverson!!

Hi Aimee it’s Kensie. I love you sis!❀️

Keep working Tigers!

Nice broadcast!!!!!

Could see some 1st game jitters Typical for young team. Believe in yourself n coaches you'll be ok Go Tigers

Watching from Alabama

Let's go Tigers!

UKI...Justin and Jennifer

Watched from Montreal Canada

AI rocks...!!!

Thank you New London for the live feed!

Marah & Emma’s grandpa watching from Mission, Tx. Thanks for the broadcast.

Nice basket WMU.

Thank you Tigercast for announcing!

LET'S GO GIRLS!!!!

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For those of you interested in attending our Fall Play, we have 18 tickets still available for tonight's performance.

If you'd like to purchase a ticket at the door, please comment on this post to reserve a seat. Mr. Fry will confirm your spot with you as they fill up.

Thank you!

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We highlight the fall blood drive, hear about the fall play for this weekend, and test our November trivia skills. #NLTigerPride

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I want to be very clear with everyone about the challenges social media brings into the educational world. Almost on a weekly, if not daily, basis, the building principals are investigating information that has been spread through social media, typically Snapchat. Today, we were informed about an incident that elevated concern with students, staff, and parents. Through a concentrated investigation that provided us with proof, there is no threat of any kind. What I can share is that a student shared a photo on Snapchat of a BB-gun that they got as a birthday present. Another student screenshot the picture and added a concerning message and reposted it on Snapchat, creating a disruption to the school day. Consequences for these actions have been taken. At the same time, we will continue to make students aware of the substantial problems and consequences of cyberbullying. Please take the time to have your own conversation with your child about appropriate social media usage.

Chad Wahls, Superintendent
New London CSD
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Is there anyway that New London School District can make sure the students don't have access to social media accounts. "FACEBOOK. TIC TOC, SNAPCHAT, TWITTER, INSTAGRAM" I have asked this question before and never had an answer

I wish at times social media did not exist

The Wrestling apparel is in!!!

Stop on over to the Administrative Building and pick up your orders.

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Fantasia Jacobs, are there several 8th graders playing on the 7th grade team? I can't tell very well.

Taylor did such a great job. She played most of 7th grade game and quite a bit of the 8th grade game. So proud.....πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

I got to watch for a little bit ❀️❀️❀️

Please join us in congratulating Lily Syfert on earning a Golden Ticket from Mrs. Alspach. Lily took time during class to help other students while the teacher was helping other students. Great job leading by example Lily!!! We are proud of you. ... See MoreSee Less

Please join us in congratulating Lily Syfert on earning a Golden Ticket from Mrs. Alspach.  Lily took time during class to help other students while the teacher was helping other students.  Great job leading by example Lily!!!  We are proud of you.

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This doesn't surprise me at all! What a great kid! I'm glad you were recognized, Lily!

Way to go, Lily!

Angie Syfert

Below you'll find information regarding spectators at school events. The first part, is from the Governor's proclamation that went into effect on November 11. Below that portion is what New London is doing to accommodate these guidelines.

Summary of Enhanced Public Health Measures
Effective Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 12:01 a.m. until Monday, Nov. 30 at 11:59 p.m.

Gathering Restrictions: Social, community, recreational, or leisure
● If more than 10 people:
- 6 feet distancing between groups
- Groups limited to 8 people, with the exception of
households larger than 8
- Take other reasonable measures to ensure social distancing,
increase hygiene, etc.
● If more than 25 people and indoors, all participants over 2 years old must wear masks except when eating and drinking.
● If more than 100 people and outdoors, all participants over 2 years old must wear masks except when eating and drinking.
● All these restrictions apply to wedding receptions, including distancing, group limitations, and mask requirement if event is sufficiently large.

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New London's Protocols regarding Spectators:

Fall Play:

The above guidance will be implemented for the fall play Clock Work performances this coming weekend. We are selling tickets in advance to help develop seating arrangements that provide social distancing. Since this performance is also inside we will also be mandating masks to be worn by any child that is over 2 years of age. Any middle school or high school student that attends will be seated in a pod in the balcony only. If you are in attendance with your family you may sit with them.

Youth and High School Sports:

● If more than 25 people and indoors, all spectators over 2 years old must wear masks and maintain 6 feet distance from other spectators.
● Only two spectators permitted for each athlete.
● Athletes of any age can be closer than six feet and are not required to wear masks.

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Effective immediately, all school athletic events will be extremely limited capacity. Each athlete has been given 2 laminated passes to share with their family. These passes are to be used at all home and away events for admission. Passholders will still pay the admission fee for the event. However, without presentation of the pass to the ticket-taker, they will not be admitted into the event. We apologize that this may cause hardships for families wishing to watch their students but all schools are following the proclamation of the Governor.

The Live-Stream of athletic activities will still be taking place and you can tune into the Tigercast for certain varsity contests.

We apologize for any frustrations these policies may cause but we know that this is how we continue to keep our students safe and keep them in school. We are thankful we still have the opportunity to participate in extra-curriculars and we thank you for your continued support. Go Tigers!

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Guess I don't understand her reasoning on the part of all the spectators when at then end she says none of the athletes have to be 6 ft apart and no masks.....

Thank you, so much New London for everything that you all are doing❀

Our Tiger Pantry will be closed on November 26th for Thanksgiving but our volunteers will open our pantry on Wednesday, November 25th from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. ... See MoreSee Less

Get your tickets. Capacity is limited and online sales will be closed 24 hours prior to the performance in order to seat people accordingly.

Get your tickets now!

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Happy Veterans Day from everyone here in New London!

We would like to send out a heartfelt Thank You to all of the men and woman that have served in our armed forces.
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Very well done by all. A great teaching moment for NLHS.

Great job guys and gals, and NLCSD!

Great program!!!!

Great job putting the video together!

Just Beautiful ❣

Beautiful!

Great program!!!

Very nice program.

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Clark Announcements

  • GREETINGS AND SALUTATIONS!
    Good Morning, CLARK ELEMENTARY…it's Tuesday! Today is November 24th, 2020, it's the 70th day of school, and it's a DAY 1.
  • THIS DAY IN HISTORY!
    On this day in 1849, John Froelich, the inventor of the first internal-combustion traction motor, or tractor, is born in Iowa. In 1918, the John Deere plow-manufacturing company bought Froelich's company, Waterloo for $2,350,000.
  • VOCABULARY BUILDER-UPPER WORD OF THE DAY
    The word of the day is smorgasbord , which is a noun that means a meal consisting of an assortment of foods served buffet style.
  • What's Cooking?
    For our Thanksgiving lunch today, we will be gobbling up a toothsome meal of quesadilla pizza with all of the scrumptious fixings, fruits and veggies, and pouring refreshing, ice-cold milk down our gullets.
  • WEATHER
    The weather today will be perfect if you're a fish or love to use bumbershoots. The high will be in the mid-forties, the skies will be cloudy and there's an excellent chance of rain throughout the day.
  • QUOTE OF THE DAY
    Mike Ericksen once said, "I truly believe we can either see the connections, celebrate them, and express gratitude for our blessings, or we can see life as a string of coincidences that have no meaning or connection. For me, I'm going to believe in miracles, celebrate life, rejoice in the views of eternity, and hope my choices will create a positive ripple effect in the lives of others. This is my choice." Choose to make today a Tuesday crammed full of gratitude and thankfulness for all of your blessings. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

HS/MS Announcements

  • SCHEDULE CHANGES:
    If you need to make a schedule change for 2nd semester, you MUST e-mail Mrs. Alspach by Wednesday, December 16th, with either the changes you want or a time when you can meet with her. Any requests after that date will not be accepted.