Also VOLLEYBALL FAMILIES AND FANS: TICKETS MUST BE ORDERED ONLINE FOR WEDNESDAYS GAME AGAIN. SAME LINK AS USED FOR PREVIOUS GAME! HAVE TICKETS READY AT THE DOOR TO BE SCANNED! Make sure to click on the correct date of game October 20, New London vs Waco! ... See MoreSee Less
ATTENTION TIGER FANS: Don't forget that for tonight's Regional Volleyball Contest, you need to have an online ticket which are available to purchase up to game time! Please have them ready to be scanned at the door so we can keep the process moving quickly and efficiently! Let's pack the gym for our girls tonight! GO TIGERS! ... See MoreSee Less
Vollrath Cold Bar Model/Item # R38716 Serial # C238-00558691-001 Used, Great Condition $2,000.00 (or best offer if not sold by 4 pm, 10/25/2021) For more information please contact Jessica Boyer. Jessica.Boyer@nlcsd.org / (319) 367-0512 ... See MoreSee Less
ATTENTION TIGER FANS: Tomorrow night is Senior Night at the football game vs HLV starting at 7PM. We will be recognizing our fall activities and sports such as; Marching Band, ESports, Cross Country, Football, and Football Cheerleading. Parents of these seniors, please be by the field entrance next to the track no later than 6:30PM so we can get lined up and ready to recognize them! IT'S OUR LAST REGULAR SEASON HOME GAME SO LET'S SHOW ALL THESE HARD WORKING SENIORS THE SUPPORT THEY DESERVE! GO TIGERS! ... See MoreSee Less
TIGER VOLLEYBALL FANS, tickets are now available online to purchase for the upcoming post season games. We are hosting on October 18th, and October 20th. The link is below for steps to follow in order to purchase them. They are $6 a piece ages Kindergarten-and up. The tickets must be purchased in advance in order to be able to enter the game. As we will be scanning these tickets at the gate on the game days. Let's pack the stands for our girls! GO TIGERS!
Happy National Coaches Day to all of our coaches District wide who impact our students everyday K-12. Your hard work is appriciated! Tell a coach thank you today!HAPPY NATIONAL COACHES DAY
In 1972, President Richard Nixon signed a proclamation declaring October 6 as National Coaches Day citing that the coaches are similar to good friends who help the youths to acquire a positive attitude which will be useful in the later time of life.
He also encouraged activities and ceremonies honoring coaches. You can celebrate National Coaches day by gathering your teammates and classmates and showing your coaches how much you appreciate all they do. ... See MoreSee Less
School picture retakes are next Tuesday, October 12th! ALL students who missed the original picture day will need to plan on getting their picture taken on Tuesday. If you received a packet and need them redone, have your student bring the packet and give it to the photographer on Tuesday as well. #NLTigerPride... See MoreSee Less
Come out tonight to Charles Lorber Gymnasium to cheer on our Tiger Volleyball team with Fresh/Soph starting at 5:30pm. Also tonight between the JV & Varsity Matches we will be recognizing our 2021 State Qualifying Baseball team and rewarding them with their plaques! Hope to see the gym full! Go Tigers! ... See MoreSee Less
HUGE S/O to our Boys Cross Country Team! Super proud of these boys and all their teammates for working so hard this year and continuing to be great! You're hard work doesn't go unnoticed! Keep it up!!!ICYMI: “TOP-RANKED D-NL FENDS OFF FOES FOR TEAM TITLE”; (Story Excerpt/Photo Credits - Joe Geren/John Lovretta, “The Hawk Eye”)
Seniors Ty Carr and Alexander Julian each placed in the top four to lead Class 2A's top-ranked Danville-New London's boys cross country team to victory in the Williamsburg Invitational on Tuesday.
Danville New London had 53 points. Solon, ranked seventh in Class 3A, finished second with 65 points. Class 2A's second-ranked Tipton was third with 67 points, Class 3A's sixth-ranked Pella was fourth with 73 points and Class 2A's third-ranked Williamsburg was fifth with 89 points.
Solon's Brick Kobela won medalist honors, finishing in 16 minutes, 52.50 seconds. Carr was second in 17:04.93, while Julian was third in 17:24.22.
Also for the Bears, Rylan Martin was 14th in 18:06.03, Seth Bailey was 16th in 18:12.91, AJ Bonnesen was 17th in 18:28.64, Carter Fesler was 26th in 19:09.14 and Talan Whaley was 50th in 20:44.92.
The Danville-New London girls finished sixth with 177 points. Solon won the girls team title with 27 points. Cassidy Yaley led the Bears, finishing 26th in 23:26.69. Also for the Bears, Mamryn Sherwood was 33rd in 24:09.72, Kenzie Logan was 38th in 24:27.99, Carissa Mackey was 43rd in 24:44.30, Abby Arnett was 46th in 25:47.77, Ryann Logan was 58th in 27:52.49 and Penelope Sowell was 62nd in 28:23.43.
To honor those that have fought and those still fighting childhood cancer Clark Elementary is having a wear gold and a hat day Tuesday, September 28th! If your child wears a hat please send $1.00 or any donation with him/her to give to this cause.
Along with this day- the ShortStop is partnering with our school and on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, they will donate $1.00 for every flurry sold, to childhood cancer research!!
-Every DAY 43 children in the U.S. are diagnosed with cancer with the average age 6!
-Childhood cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in children under the age of 19 in the U.S.
-Only 4% of federal government cancer research funding goes to childhood cancer research.
We had a GREAT morning honoring our seniors at the senior breakfast! This is a tradition that we started several years ago during homecoming week and it has always been a HUGE success. We had a great turnout and great food! Thank you so much to the teachers that showed up very early to get the food ready for the seniors: Todd Palmatier, Scott Kracht, Tori Kenel, Allison Lair, Rita Alspach, Joe White, Anna Logsdon, and Shane Barron. We are looking forward to next year! #NLTigerPride... See MoreSee Less