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Seventh grade MIA (Mental Health Awareness ) class watching book video “scaredy-squirrel “ before stress survival kit activity! ... See MoreSee Less

Brrrr! It’s getting chilly out there! Speaking of chili, the frozen precooked taco meat from the pantry makes a wonderful meat for a big pot of chili! We are in need of workers this Thursday evening the 17th and this Saturday morning the 19th! Thanks and don’t forget to gather your acorns for the upcoming winter! ... See MoreSee Less

The theme for tonight's volleyball games against West Burlington will be Pink Out in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Tonight is also Senior Night and we will be recognizing our 2 senior players!

All fans are asked to show their support by wearing pink to the game! Come out and show your support!

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Are you interested in subbing but don't know how to get started? Check out the information below--NLCSD is always looking for great subs to help us out!

A Substitute Authorization Course will be starting on November 4th at Great Prairie AEA in Burlington. Participants need a Bachelor's degree to qualify for Substitute Authorization through the Board of Educational Examiners. Certified paraeducators can take Substitute Authorization to substitute teach in special education classrooms in which they are employed. Use the link below to register by October 28th. If more information is desired, please contact Michelle Dickey at michelle.dickey@gpaea.org.

aealearning.truenorthlogic.com/ia/empari/learning2/course/viewCourseSearch?courseId=160422
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We were fortunate to have Rachel Kimble, Prevention Specialist from Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services from Mount Pleasant in this week to talk to our 6th-12th grades students about the dangers associated with vaping. We had three different sessions for our students and each session lasted about an hour. ... See MoreSee Less

NL Wrestling Fans: Order your new apparel today. The deadline is October 31st!! ... See MoreSee Less

This little girl was found on the ground outside of the middle/high school today and wants to go home. If she belongs to you, contact the office at 367-0500. #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

A snippet of music from NL students at Honor Choir at Iowa Wesleyan! ... See MoreSee Less

Addison Brown, Rachel Carter, Eli Curry, Tate Jones, Reed Kempker, Victoria Zaragoza and vocal music teacher, Mr. Culver, spent the day at Iowa Wesleyan for an Honor Choir that focuses on the All State music.They will be auditioning for All State at the end of October. Great job representing NL at the Honor Choir! ... See MoreSee Less

It was a privilege to get to lead the New London Class of 1969 on a tour around the halls of our Middle/High School. The class was back for their 50th class reunion during Homecoming Weekend. It is always exciting getting to listen to everyones fond memories of their time walking our great hallways. There were stories told of where classrooms used to be located, the work that was done by the students to get the current gym built, teachers, class pranks, and of course trips to the principal's office. Thank you for taking the time to visit and for sharing all of the great stories. ... See MoreSee Less

You are invited to come visit Clark's Arctic Adventure Book Fair October 7th, 8th, or 10th from 8 AM to 8 PM in the elementary gymnasium! Our goal is to sell 313 books or $2,500 so we can earn 50% of that money back to purchase new books for our elementary library. We also have a teacher wish-list for book donations to individual classroom collections.
Two NEW shopping options are available! Book Fair E-Wallet is a safe and convenient digital payment option for your student to shop the Fair cash-free. Your student will not be able to exceed the spending limit you set and your card will only be charged for the amount of purchase. If you’re not able to attend the Fair, try our new online shopping where you can find books for grades K-9. We’ve partnered with the Scholastic Store to offer over 6,000 products that ship direct to home (free shipping on book-only orders of $25 or more)! Visit our homepage to get started. Thank you for all of you support!

Sincerely,
Brittney Lerner
Elementary Librarian
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Here's a huge shout-out to our 2019-2020 High School Student Council. Starting with a meeting on August 1st, this group came together several times, met for many hours planning, surveying, thinking, and deciding, and really worked hard to organize the details of Homecoming. These students went above and beyond this year more than usual, constantly checking to see what else needed to be done, who needed to be contacted, or offer help if they were free, and it showed! I am so proud of this group of students dedicated to doing their best to give back to their fellow student body. They have definitely stepped up to be true leaders and learn the fun and the tough side of that responsibility! Thanks so much to this fantastic StuCo! -Mrs. Campbell

Front Row: Senior Allyson Farley (Secretary), Freshman Kaitlyn Lee, Freshman Noelle Rowe

Back Row: Sophomore Dustin Nehring, Senior Nick Francis (Vice President), Sophomore Eli Curry, Sophomore Ander Julian, Junior Morgan Kenel, Junior Claire Jones, Junior Mac White (President), Senior Kara Krieger (Treasurer), and Freshman La'Nya Franklin.

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Congratulations again to our 2019 Homecoming Court seniors, King Shae Summerfield, and Queen Alexa Wenger! #NLTigerPride #HearUsRoar ... See MoreSee Less

We're pretty biased about our amazing small-town parade, so enjoy the crowds of all our parade watchers as you "ride" through this year's parade! #NLTigerPride #HearUsRoar #2019Homecoming ... See MoreSee Less

HOCO pep assembly and parade fun. First pic is our hard working student council who showed great leadership all week long.

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Friday Night FEVER today for dressing up -- Black & Gold all over the place! The final tally is as follows:

4th place: 21 total points -- Sophomores
3rd place: 31 total points -- Freshmen
TIED for 1st place: 34.5 points -- JUNIORS & SENIORS!

SO... there will be a tie-breaking event on Monday when we return to school... the winning class gets a delicious breakfast made by the Student Council, this is is utmost importance... we'll post the winning class when we know!

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The parade ended around 3:30-3:40. Students may be a little late getting home. Thanks! Go Tigers! ... See MoreSee Less

"Attention" next week on Tuesday, October 8th and Thursday, October 10th the New London CSD will hold parent teacher conferences for all K-12 families and students from 2:30 - 8:00! We know how crazy these nights can be to finish work, get supper, and make conferences. The New London Food Pantry is stepping up to help EVERY family that attends by serving a light meal. ... See MoreSee Less


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