The GIRLS basketball apparel order is in and may be picked up in the superintendent's office. #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

**TUESDAY, Dec. 10, 5:30-8:00pm**

Christmas shopping available to you... send some Candy Grams to your favorite students Pre-K - 12th Grade. For sale by the HS StuCo at the BBall games on Tuesday!

ALSO, snag some awesome Tiger window decals -- they make great gifts! 1 for $5 or 2 for $9. Visit the HS StuCo table on Tuesday evening! #NLTigerPride
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Clark Reminder: Candy Grams for sale Tuesday, Dec. 10 & Wed. Dec. 11. HS StuCo members will visit each classroom starting in the morning. $.50 each, with delivery the following week! #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

It's Candy Gram week! Catch them in the following places and on the following days: #NLTigerPride

Sold by HS Student Council.
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Let’s hear it for Ryan!

Ryan McLerran wins the Southeast Iowa Symphony Orchestra “Marilyn Minfor McCoid Young Artist Competition” and has received a scholarship and the opportunity to perform with the SEISO during the 2019-20 Masterworks Concert Series and/of the annual School Tour!

Way to go Ryan!!
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Good Luck Ryan!Good luck to senior flutist, Ryan McLerran who will audition tomorrow, December 7 for the Marilyn Minfor McCoid Young Artist competition. The annual competition encourages and rewards talented high school musicians from Southeast Iowa. The 1st place winner earns a scholarship award and the opportunity to perform with the SEISO during the 2019-20 Masterworks Concert Series and/or the annual School Tour (both at the discretion of the music director). Runners up are awarded scholarships. The competition is a valuable opportunity for students to prepare for auditions and looks great on college applications. ... See MoreSee Less

Sophomores in English 2 have started Charles Dickens' classic story A Christmas Carol. After reading Stave 1 and learning about Marley's chains, they created a chain of things that weigh them down, such as regrets, wishes, pressures, and hopes. #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

Tiger TV: Season 7, Episode 5
Meet our final new teacher, get the scoop on some new movies in the theaters, and hear all about the KTTV trip to Channel 9. #NLTigerPride

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Basketball apparel orders are in and may be picked up in the superintendent's office. #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

Students in Mrs. Denney's Chemistry Class learning about the effects of pressure part 2. ... See MoreSee Less

Students in Mrs. Denney's Chemistry Class were experimenting with the effects of pressures. ... See MoreSee Less

Today, an email was sent out to all 9-12 students about the trades expo that is upcoming. This is a common practice as we need to share information with large groups of students several times throughout the year. Today, unfortunately, a student replied to all in this email with an inappropriate picture that was received by all 9-12 students. This picture violates our district's social media practices and board policy. Our administration team identified the problem and investigated the post along with a conversation with the New London Police Department. At no time was there a threat to our students or staff, however, the picture could have concerned students. We will continue to educate our students on the proper use of social media and the consequences that can come from making what someone might feel is an innocent post. Parents, please join us in helping educate your own child about social media as well. As a District, we will be taking new approach of how to communicate with our students as well, so we don’t become subject to an incident such as this again.

If you have any questions or concerns to the matter please contact me directly via email or work phone and I will respond with what I can share without breaking confidential or privacy terms.

Yours in Education,

Chad Wahls
319-367-0512 ext. 1104
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Parents of 8th Graders: these pictures are due next Friday, Dec. 13! #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

Our high school chemistry students in Mrs. Denney's class are demonstrating the power of air, part of learning about the pressure of a gas and its effects. #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

Mrs. Sharp's 2nd Quarter 8th grade Project Lead the Way students are racing their skimmers after Thanksgiving break. Looks like fun to us! #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

Here are a few of the first images taken with our new CTE drone (DJI Mavic Mini) by test pilot Bryden Sines. We look forward to giving our students different opportunities with our new technology!

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Tonight's Junior High Wrestling Meet originally scheduled to take place at Highland has been moved to WACO.

Due to a low amount of match opportunities for the kids Highland and WACO have combined their two meets.

With this change there will be around 50 matches and a lot of opportunities to compete for the Junior High Wrestling team.

Start time is scheduled for 4:30 PM at WACO HS.
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Dear Parent/guardian,

As we are entering the cold and flu season please adhere to the following guidelines from the handbook when determining if your child should attend school:

1) Children who are vomiting or have diarrhea should not attend school and should be symptom free (without the use of medications) for 24 hours before returning to school.

2) Children with a temperature of 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit or above should not attend school. Children must be fever free for 24 hours (without the use of fever reducing medications, such as Tylenol or Motrin) before returning to school.

3) Children who have been prescribed oral antibiotics for contagious illnesses such as strep throat, bronchitis, or pneumonia should not return to school until they have been taking antibiotics for 24 hours.

If you are unsure if your child should attend school, please feel free to contact me by email at lindy.williams@nlcsd.org or by phone at (319) 367-0507. Thank you for your willingness to support and follow these guidelines in order to help prevent the spread of illness.

Thank you,

Lindy Williams RN

School Nurse
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We would like to congratulate Tate Welcher on being nominated for a Golden Ticket by Mr. Barron. Mr. Barron chose Tate because he had seen him helping out another student in need. Congratulations Tate, great job leading by example! Go Tigers!!! ... See MoreSee Less

The NL Tiger Food Pantry will be closed this Thursday, Thanksgiving Day. May you all have moments of quiet to reflect on your blessings, times to weigh in with gratitude for all that we have to be thankful for. Hug your loved ones, be they friends or family. Make memories, make memories a habit, forgive wrongs and do something kind, it feeds the soul. To each and everyone of you that makes NL the greatest school and community, have a Happy And Blessed Thanksgiving! ... See MoreSee Less

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