Congratulations to the NCO kindergarten class! Click the link below to see the graduation ceremony: https://youtu.be/SrIXwl7bB_s
Congratulations to the NCOE graduating Class of 2020! We are proud of you and all your accomplishments! Click the link below to see our seniors in their caps and gowns. https://youtu.be/0G-1q4seDJs
**High School Reminder** May 18th 12-3pm & May 19th 3-6pm wil be book drop off. Please put books, papers, etc. in a bag with the student name on the outside and bring the front door. Items for pickup will also be available. Thank you.
**Reminder** Monday, May 18th and Tuesday, May 19th from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. will be our book drop off at NCOE Elementary. Please put your books in a bag with the student’s name and grade written on the outside. Student belongings/medicines will also be made available for pick up.
**Reminder** Monday May 18 and Tuesday May 19 from 8-5 will be the drop off and pick up dates for Booth Elementary. During this time, please return any homework, school supplies, library books, etc. For easy delivery, we asked that you place everything in a bag.
Here is the link for the 2020 Senior Honors Program. Congratulations to all of you! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kb-PL15NJgg
***HONORS DAY UPDATE*** A link will be posted to this app May 14th at 7pm. Please click on that link and it will take you to our ceremony via Youtube.
NCOE High School would like to announce that on May 14th at 7PM, the Honors Day Ceremony will be available to view virtually. Thank you!
**Reminder** 8th grade graduation gowns can be picked up tomorrow, May 6th, May 7th, and May 8th from 8am to 5pm in the NCOE school office. Thank you!
**Spring Pictures Are Here!** We will be having a spring picture pick up on April 29th- May 1st from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tables will be set up in front of NCOE Elementary by grades for an easy "pick up and go". Please, call the school office if other arrangements need to be made.
Juniors and parents, The White County Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunity (CEO) program is taking applications. View this YouTube video for information about the program and visit whitecountyceo.com. The application closes on May 1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PjfG80LlPI
April 17, 2020 Dear NCOE Parents and Community Members: I hope this message finds you and your families safe and well. Today, Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker announced that remote learning in Illinois will be extended through the end of the 2019-20 school year. Although in-person learning has been suspended for the remainder of the year, I assure you at NCOE, our entire staff remains committed to learning and engaging with all students through remote learning, as well as continuing with our food distribution program. Like you, we are saddened by the reality that our school community will not be able to reconvene in person this school year due to this public health crisis. So many of you have worked so hard to learn and grow in both the classroom and in extracurricular activities that today’s announcement may feel like a step back. However, the final chapter of this school year hasn’t been written yet. These past few weeks have proven our school community is more resilient, more capable and more compassionate than maybe what we previously realized. I’m confident our collective strength will shine through during the remainder of the school year, and we will emerge even stronger. Having said that, today’s announcement will result in significant and multiple scheduling changes in our district. As this announcement about the end of the school year was just made by Governor Pritzker this afternoon, it will take us a few days to sort out the many schedule details that are on the books, including spring concerts, promotion, graduation, etc. Please be patient as we work as a district to get information to you in the next several weeks. I know this is not the school year that any of us imagined, but I want to thank you for your patience and understanding as we have dealt with this unprecedented situation together. This period of Remote Learning offers us new ways to learn and grow, and out of this Pandemic, we will emerge stronger. Plans will be underway soon for the return to in-person learning next school year. It’s important we continue to work together and support our students. I can't thank you enough for all that you are doing as we all work together through this. Sincerely, Matthew J Vollman, NCOE Superintendent
Remote Learning Days 1. This is week 1 of Remote Learning 2. Teachers have posted assignments on Google Classroom 3. Teachers have been instructed to reach out to students via email, Remind, or by phone calls for all students who have not worked on their assignments
**Kindergarten Registration** If you are interested in registering a new student at NCOE Elementary, please email us the following information to: firstname.lastname@example.org 1. Child's full name 2. Parent/guardian's name 3. Date of birth 4. Contact phone number and address
***Cap & Gown Pick-up*** Monday April 13th, 11-12:30. Will be be a drive thru pick-up. We’ll see you tomorrow Seniors!
Whatcha Doin’ Thursday!
Dear Parents and Community Members, If you have not done so already, we would like to encourage you to complete your 2020 Census online at www.my2020census.gov or by phone at 1-844-330-2020. You must have your Census ID, which was mailed to each household by the U.S. Census Bureau. If you prefer to complete a paper Census, they will be mailed out by mid-April to those who have not yet responded. The 2020 Census aims to count every individual in the United States, and that includes children. The data collected impacts many aspects of your community, including programs and services that are critical for schools, students, and younger children, such as: • Special education, Head Start, after-school programs and classroom technology. • Food assistance, including free and reduced-price school lunches. • Maternal and child health programs. Please complete your 2020 Census and help make sure our school district continues to receive adequate federal funding that will help our students grow and thrive. Remember that if you are filling out the census for your home, you should count everyone who is living there as of April 1, 2020. That includes anyone who is living and sleeping there most of the time — that could include grandchildren, nieces, nephews and the children of friends. Thank you for your support of our students! Sincerely, NCOE Schools
Congratulations to Joe Melton on making the class 1A All-South Basketball Team!!
***Senior Announcement *** Cap & Gown drive-thru pickup April 13th 11-12:30 located at side entrance of the high school. There will be no need to get out of your vehicle.
School Closure Update, March 31, 2020: Governor J.B. Pritzker just announced through an executive order that the stay-at-home order and school closure will extend through the month of April. School is now set to resume on May 1, 2020. Stay safe everyone!
March 30, 2020 Dear NCOE parents, guardians, and students: To say this has been an unprecedented time in our world, nation, and schools is an understatement! I know many families are dealing with many issues during this current pandemic that has caused many burdens and stresses. We as a school district want to be sensitive to those issues and concerns and be a resource to help during this time. We want to help meet any need by providing the best assistance and available resources to continue your child’s education. Gov. JB Pritzker announced that schools would be closed through April 8, 2020. He also announced that schools would have “Act of God days” until Monday, March 30, 2020. “Act of God” days are deemed non-instructional days that are not to be made up, but schools were highly encouraged to help continue meeting educational needs for students during this time. The Illinois State Board of Education released guidance late Friday night with a plan to move forward during this school closure. This plan will start Tuesday, March 31, until school resumes as normal. This new plan is called “Remote Learning Days.” These days, like the Act of God days, will not be made up later. The difference in the days is simply this: Remote Learning Days are considered student attendance days where a continuation of learning is expected. As a result, a grade will be given to a student for their work. However, this will not be a grade in the traditional sense of an A, B, C, etc. Grades will be based on a “Pass or Incomplete” basis. Students will have the opportunity to redo, make up, or try again to complete, show progress, or attempt to complete the work if needed. There will also be flexibility regarding any work during this time period. We believe in no way that this can replace the value of your child receiving face-to-face instruction by their teachers in a traditional school setting. We are simply trying to help educate and meet the needs of your child with the limited capabilities that are available in this current crisis. However, we want to emphasize that continued progress towards learning is essential. All possible effort is highly recommended to provide your student with a continued education. Make no mistake, our number one priority during this time is for the health, safety, and well-being of every child and family! While we believe education is of utmost importance, health and well-being comes first! Here is a calendar of upcoming days: • Monday, March 30 (Last Act of God Day) • Tuesday, March 31st – Friday, April 3rd (Remote Learning Plan Days For Staff) • Monday, April 6—Friday, April 10th (NCOE Scheduled Spring Break) • Monday, April 13th (Remote Learning Days Begin)—If necessary and further school closure is announced by the Governor During this time period, you should still expect to hear from your child’s teachers and administrators. Please do not hesitate to ask your teacher or administrator for any help or assistance to meet your child’s educational needs. While we are facing many instructional limitations during this time, we want to make the best effort possible for you and your child! Finally, as a reminder, school meals are still being provided. If you are interested in a school meal during this time of school closure, please contact either Booth Elementary (963-2818) or NCO elementary (378-3212) on Monday’s or Wednesday’s to place your meal order. Sincerely, Matthew J Vollman, Superintendent
We ALL can use a little fun! The NCOE School District is hosting a dress up week since next week is the week before our "scheduled" spring break. Join in on the fun and share your pictures with either your teacher or with me at email@example.com.
Exciting News! We will be celebrating a district wide Spring Fling week virtually next week (March 30-April 3). Here is how it will work. Take pic of yourself following what the theme is for that day and send it to one of your teachers (school dress code applies). You can send it to your teachers via Remind app, email, or phone if you have access to it. It will then be posted to this page! We hope to have as many students as possible participating!!! Here is the theme days for next week. 1) Monday- Comfy/Cozy day (share a pic of you wearing pajama/jogging suit) 2) Tuesday -Pet Day (share a pic with your pet) 3) Wellness Wednesday (share a picture of how you are staying active/healthy) 4) Thursday-Whatcha Doin' Day (share a pic of a hobby, schoolwork, job, what you are reading, or project you may be working on) 5) Friday #cardinalstrong Day (share a pic of you wearing red & white-be creative!)
I was so glad to find out this morning that the teachers from Booth have made personal contact with almost all students during this time apart. If you have not heard from your child's teacher, please check your email/voicemail or class apps like Class Dojo or Remind.
Dear Parents, Guardians, and students: According to governor’s Pritzker’s executive order today, schools throughout the state have mandated closure until April the 8th. Due to the district’s scheduled spring break and the mandated school closure, NCOE students will now return on Monday, April 13th. The governor also ordered that there be a “stay at home” ordinance during this same time period, limiting unnecessary activity and travel.In an effort to comply with the governor’s order, as well as protect the health and safety of as many as possible, school meals will still be available. However, these meals will now be provided on Mondays and Wednesdays with multiple day’s meals served on those days. School staff will be limited during this time as well. If you need to contact your child’s school administrator an email address can be found on the school app and website during non-staff days (Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday). firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Finally, teachers will be reaching out to students and parents during this extended time off for help with supplemental educational materials. Please continue to check the district website and app for important information and updates. We pray for the health, safety, and well-being of all our students and community during this difficult time! Sincerely, Matthew J Vollman, Superintendent
"Those who move forward with a happy spirit will find that things always work out" -Gordon B. Hinckley #CardinalStrong!
NCOE High School students the yearbook staff needs your help! You were sent a google form to your school email please take the time to fill it out and help fill the missing pages in our book. Thank you in advance.
**Game Cancellation ** The Jr. High Volleyball game against Carrier Mills scheduled for Monday, March 16th has been cancelled.
We have just received information from Governor JB Pritzker that all schools throughout the state of Illinois will be closed starting Tuesday, March 17th through Monday March 30th due to the corona virus. School will be in session this Monday, March 16th and more information will be provided to your child about their education during this time off. School will resume on Tuesday March 31st. All extra curricular activities will be cancelled during this time as well. As more information becomes available we keep everyone updated. Please check the school app and Website for ongoing information and details. Thank you!
FCCLA awards banquet tonight 6pm at Social House in Carmi.
Due to the severe weather school dismissal was delayed 5 minutes. Thank you
Baseball, Softball, and all other after school activities are cancelled for today due to impending weather.
**Game Cancellation ** Due to the impending weather, tonight’s Jr. High volleyball game against Eldorado has been cancelled.
Congratulations to our All-Conference Basketball recipients!!! Joe Melton - First Team, Ty Money - Second Team, & Trey Simmons - Second Team
** Reminder Schedule Change** The volleyball game scheduled for tonight will be played at Hardin County. Friday, March 6th, NCOE vs. Carrier Mills C-game 3:45pm start time JV game 4:30pm start time
Reminder: Spring pictures at NCOE Elementary School - Wednesday, March 4th - no forms are sent home. You will receive order forms when proofs come back. Thank you!
PreK Screenings are quickly approaching. If you would like to have your child screened for the NCOE full day preschool program, please call NCOE Elementary at 378-3212 or Booth at 963-2818. Screenings are March 16 and 17!
Our boys fell to the number 1 seed Woodlawn tonight 32-30. Congratulations on a great season with a record of 23-8!!!
Congratulations to the boys on their win tonight! They advance to the second round and play Wednesday night!
Congratulations to the varsity and jv on their victories over Thompsonville tonight!!
The basketball games against Thompsonville Friday the 21st begin at 6PM.
Congratulations to the Varsity Scholar Bowl Team on their victory of Galatia today 120-60!!
Homecoming updates. No one will be allowed entry into the building until 5:30. Parents, family, and friends will have an opportunity to take pictures in the two main hallways and the front foyer. Students will head back to the dance and everyone else will exit the front foyer.
Due to the flu, the Cheerleading Team will not travel to Cisne for tonight's game.
The 9th grade basketball game for tonight has been cancelled.
Congratulations to the Academic Team on their 2nd place Regional finish! Individual Medals, Chemistry: 1st Kilee Roser, 2nd Jordan Johnson, 3rd Sidney Shipp. Physics: 1st Ty Lane, 2nd Kilee Roser, 3rd Aleksa Hall. Computer Science: 1st Kennedy Cook, 3rd Keegan McDonald.
Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching! In order to promote school safety and minimize disruptions to the school day, the NCOE School district is asking to please limit deliveries to the schools. If deliveries must be sent to Booth Elementary, we ask that they be made between 7:30 am and 9:00 am. Please have them delivered to the cafeteria doors and someone will be there to accept them during these times. Arrangements may not consist of balloons, glass vases or large items. Thank you for your cooperation in helping us with this issue and promoting school safety.
Good luck to our Academic Challenge Team at Regionals today! Kennedy Cook, Madison Cozart, Aleksa Hall, Makayla Healy, Trenton Johnson, Ty Lane, Kilee Roser, Evie Duncan, Jordan Johnson, Sophie Neal, Sidney Shipp, Wil Sutton, Keegan McDonald, & Braden Mendoza
NCOE would like to address the concerns of the reported threat at high school tomorrow. The situation has been reported and investigated by law enforcement. There is no credible threat found and believe it is safe to send students to school. To be precautionary the school will have law enforcement present at the school. We take student safety seriously and thank you for your support and understanding.
Congratulations to our very own Joe Melton, he is up for WSIL Player of the Week! Click on the link to cast your vote for Joe by Wednesday. https://wsiltv.com/2020/02/03/player-of-the-week-february-3-2020/
Schedule change for basketball. The game Saturday February 8th at West Frankfort starts at 6:00.
The home basketball game for Feb. 4 against Galatia has been cancelled. Thank you.
Congratulations to the Cheerleaders for taking 2nd place at the GEC Tournament!!
The boys will play in the GEC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP tomorrow night at 8:30 after defeating Pope County!!
The boys advance to the semifinals on Friday after winning 52-39!
The boys are up 21-9 at halftime. First round of the GEC tournament.
Issue 2 of Red Magazine is online! This issue features the incredible hidden talents of our students. Check it out, and don't forget to like and subscribe! https://issuu.com/ncoeschools/docs/red_issue_2
Our CEO students (Kennedy Cook, Kilee Roser, & Trenton Johnson) were on the radio yesterday talking about their project. Click on the link to take a listen! http://www.wrul.com/?p=107665
Congratulations to the boys on their victory over Grayville tonight 77-69!!
Congratulations to the boys tonight on their win over Carrier-Mills 63-52. That victory moves the boys record to 12-6!!
Congratulations to the following Booth students for having perfect attendance for the second quarter. Row 1: Kinslee Mitchell, Klay Wellen, Paisley Rose, Brevyn Curtis. Row 2: Lia Ramsey, Ava Ramsey, Tristan Wolf, Gabby Prater, and Cori Jordan.Row 3: David Prater, Eastyn Phelps, Raymyn Brewer, Gwen Reynolds, and MaKenna Locke, Row 4: Nakaylah Flowers, Khloe Bassemier, Kayede Allen, Chris Taylor, and Race Reynolds.
Reminder: School will not be in session next Monday, January 20th in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day!
Congratulations to the boys tonight after defeating Edwards County 50-25! They will play Friday at 4:45.
The basketball team fell to Carterville 47-42 and will play at 10PM tonight.
School will dismiss at 11 a.m. on Friday, December 20th. Happy Holidays! School will resume on Monday, January 6th, 2020.
Reminder: On December 19th, NCOE Jr. High will be playing against Wayne City. The game will be played at the Booth Elementary gymnasium. Start time is 6pm.
The basketball game scheduled for tomorrow night has been rescheduled for Thursday Dec. 19.
The boys get another win tonight over Waltonville in overtime 35-29!
Congratulations to the Varsity & JV Basketball teams tonight on their wins over Gallatin County!
Sales times for bread week have changed. We are "BAKED OUT!" Sales will be tonight from 3-5 @ NCOE Cafeteria, and then from 5:30-? during the Vendor Fair at the Lion's Club in Norris City. NO PUBLIC SALES TOMORROW.
A game has been added to the Basketball schedule for Friday Dec. 13th at Gallatin County High School. Hope to see you there!
The boys fell tonight 27-21 to Carmi.
Congratulations to the Scholar Bowl team on their victory over Crab Orchard 120-90!
Mrs. Hutchinson's second grade class made catapults out of craft sticks. They launched marshmallows, pom-poms, cotton balls, small erasers, and candy in trials of three. Afterwards, the students compared the longest distance in each category and concluded that the small erasers make the best projectiles.
Congratulations to our State Scholars Makayla Healy, Ty Lane, and Kilee Roser! We are extremely proud of these students for this academic achievement!
Congratulations to the basketball team on their victory over Crab Orchard tonight 58-50!!!
Congratulations to Emily Bishop, Evie Duncan, Sophie Neal, and Mattie Wells on making the All-South Volleyball team! And another congratulations to Coach Melton on being named SICA All-South 1A Coach of the Year!
Congratulations to Ty Money & Joe Melton on making the Christopher All-Tournament Team!!
The boys take 3rd place in the Christopher Turkey Tournament after a 47-41 victory tonight! Congratulations boys!!
The boys fell to Wayne City tonight. They play tomorrow at 6PM for third place.
School Christmas Programs: Sun., Dec. 15th @ 2 p.m. - High School/Jr. High Band Christmas Concerts @ High School Auditorium Wed., Dec. 18th @ 5:30 p.m. - Booth Elementary School Christmas Program Wed., Dec. 18th @ 7:00 p.m. - NCO Elementary School K-4 Christmas Program
The Jr. High & High School Christmas Programs will be December 15, 2 PM at the high school auditorium. Hope to see you there!
PTO Meeting will be Monday, Nov. 25th at 6 p.m. Jingle Bell Shop will be discussed at that time. Thank you.
The Red Army Pep Club will be hosting the Red and White Spaghetti Dinner prior to the Red and White game at the high school cafeteria Friday 11/22, 5pm-7pm tickets are $10 a plate. Tickets available at the door or contact Chad Garrett at email@example.com.
A welcome back and congratulations on state reception at the high school will follow a parade through town at approximately 6pm this evening.
The NCO PTO meeting scheduled for this Thursday, November 14th has been rescheduled for next Thursday, November 21st. Thank you. NCO PTO
Dental Safari; Tuesday, November 19 at NCOE High School Dental Safari; Wednesday, November 20 at NCO Elementary Forms are attached and the following link may be used to fill them out online. http://www.dentalsafaricompany.com/forms-downloads
Jostens Senior orders are due Nov. 14 at 11:30. $60 down payment will be due.
Tickets for the state volleyball tournament are on sale now at the high school office until 12:30 this afternoon. If you are unable to purchase today you can buy them at the arena.
The Food Drive begins this week at the high school. Help us help those in need. Thank you.
**NCOE JR. HIGH** The basketball game scheduled for tonight, November 12, 2019, against Hardin County has been postponed until further notice.
Ticket sales for the state volleyball tournament will start Wednesday with the cancellation of school for Tuesday.
No School tomorrow, November 12th due to road and weather conditions! Stay safe and we will see everyone Wednesday!
Just to clarify, the tickets will be sold at the high school office or you can purchase at the stadium.
Jostens will be at NCOE High School Thursday, November 14th 11:30 till the end of lunch to take all Senior Graduation Orders. Please bring a $60 deposit or check out the graduation packet for the Senior JPAY Payment Plan. There are extra Graduation Packets in the HS Office.
NCOE High School has a new online magazine! Check out the September/October issue here: https://issuu.com/ncoeschools/docs/red_cover_issue_1_edited
Just a reminder that the Veteran's Day Assembly starts at 1:45 Nov. 8th. You may arrive at the high school auditorium anytime after 1:30. The Veteran's breakfast is at 7:30AM in the high school cafeteria.
Super-Sectional Friday night 7PM at Red Hill High School. Fan parking is on the North side of the building, the South side is reserved for buses and officials. See you there!
NCOE Picture Day for the High School tomorrow, November 7th. Fall athletes don't forget your uniforms!
The Ladies advance to Sectional Championship Wednesday night after defeating Grayville 2-1!
Tomorrow for Red Ribbon Week at NCOE Elementary.... "Don't Be Tricked, Drugs Are NO Treat!" - Dress up for Halloween. Costume dress code guidelines apply.
For western wear day, please note that students should not wear cowboy hats with their outfit. Hats are not worn in the school building. Thank you.
Tuesday, Oct. 29th at NCOE Elementary School Red Ribbon Week....... Color My World Drug Free! Each class has a color to wear. Kindergarten-Red, 1st-Pink, 2nd-Green, 3rd-Yellow, 4th-Blue, 5th-Orange, 6th-Purple, 7th-Red, 8th-Black.
Picture retakes for the high school Nov. 7th. Volleyball, Golf, and Cross Country will also have pictures taken that day. Picture forms can be picked-up in room #1.
The junior class is selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts and coffee to raise money for their senior trip. Sales end this Friday, November 1st. Contact any junior or junior sponsor to place an order! Thank you!
Our Boys Cross Country team took 4th yesterday at Regionals and will run in Sectionals next Saturday in Benton! Congratulations guys!!
4th Grade Honor Roll - 1st Quarter - NCOE Elementary Front Row L-R: Paxton Barton, Tate Bickett, Stephany Deen, Chase Fulkerson, Adley McMahan, Jennavive Mercer Back Row L-R: Seth Neal, Darren Patterson, Taylin Sturgal, Zane Fiala, Emma Hutchison, Klaire Rigsby (Absent were Addie Johnson, Derek Waters)
4th Grade High Honor Roll - 1st Quarter - NCOE Elementary Front Row L-R: Whitley Branson, Jaxon Lamp, Kara Miller, Jalynn Phillips, Trevin Poore, Laney Woodrow, Tori Woods Middle Row L-R: Courtney Beaver, Kenna Bond, Liam Drone, Cooper Fuqua, Mason Hobbs, Ella Hoskins, Marissa Mayberry, Macie McArthy Back Row L-R: Jack Melton, Keatyn O'Reilly, Austin Quertermous, Jenna Simmons, Riley Taylor, Rhett Wehlermann, Hysley Woodrow
5th Grade High Honor Roll - 1st Quarter - NCOE Elementary Front Row L-R: Hadlea Buskirk, Amelia Douglass, Chase Garrett, Greyson Goebel, Cadence Lewis, Gabby Ray Middle Row L-R: Lacy Sanders, Olivia Sutton, Justus Tauiliili, Reece Willis, Canaan Cole, Keegan Floyd Back Row L-R: Marlee Fuqua, Finlee Hite, Brody Warren, Emmy Waters, Liviah Wyatt
6th Grade High Honor Roll - 1st Quarter - NCOE Elementary Front Row L-R: Caitlin Beaver, Izzy Dolden, Madeline Fulkerson, Landon Garrison, Bella Hall, Owen Russell, Middle Row L-R: Breyton Sauls, Sydnee Sauls, Caden Sexton, Wyatt Wells, Trinity Boyd, Javan Garrett Back Row L-R: Conner Graves, Aubrey Knight, Hayden Knight, Jaydee Melton, Nataleigh Poore, Kate Vollman
7th Grade Honor Roll - 1st Quarter - NCOE Elementary Front Row L-R: Kade Bond, Sarah Ellison, Serena Hall, Cora Humphrey, Brianna Raney, Bethany Schroeder Middle Row L-R: Leah Young, Naomie Acord, Jon Anderson, Anyston Barton, Lyla Bolin, Larkin Courson Back Row L-R: Destiny Everage, Olivia Howard, Cadee Humphrey, Josh Putz, Aaliya Robinson, Tabitha Terry
8th Grade High Honor Roll - 1st Quarter - NCOE Elementary Front Row L-R: Avery Black, Laney Ingram, Mason Johnson, Abby Jones, Ethan Mitchell, Nolan Prather, Kole Roser, Gracie Schneider Back Row L-R: Dayton Tharp, Mikela Hast, Elise Hortin, Parker Hosick, Hadley Ingram, Lauren Poole, Caleb Prather, Stryder Ramsey
Senior Night tonight as the ladies take on Fairfield. Come help send off our senior athletes! JV game starts at 6PM followed by senior recognition and varsity game.
Parent/Teacher Conferences are Tuesday, Oct. 22nd and Thursday, Oct. 24th at Booth Elementary School. If you still need to make an appointment, you can call the school at 963-2818 or email your child's teacher through Teacherease.
Parent/Teacher Conferences are this week at NCOE Elementary School. Tuesday, Oct. 22nd and Thursday, Oct. 24th. If you still need to make an appointment you can call the school at 378.3212 or email your child's teacher through teacherease.
Veteran's Day Assembly Nov. 8th, 1:45 at the high school auditorium. Veterans and community members are welcome to attend! Come out and join us as we recognize our Veterans!
Basketball season is right around the corner. If you are interested in Fan Gear please visit www.FANCLOTH/WNBZF The window to order closes November 1.
Reminder to pick up Yankee Candle/Rada orders as soon as you can. Any problems with your order should be reported back to Mrs. Faith Blair as soon as possible so the company can be contacted for a correction. Thank you for your continued support of the NCOE Elementary School PTO.
Parent/Teacher Conferences at the high school the 21st and the 24th of October. Don't forget to call and set-up an appointment. See you there!
Volley For The Cure is tonight! It is a Pink Out night. So come on out and support our ladies as they take on Christopher.
REMINDER: There will be a half day (11 am) dismissal tomorrow, Friday Oct. 11th. Also, NO SCHOOL on Monday Oct. 14 for Columbus Day!
Library Gardeners Fall Festival Oct. 10, 3-6 PM at the Norris City Public Library.
NCOE Elementary School PTO meeting for Thursday night (Oct. 10th) has been cancelled. No meeting this Thursday. Thank you.
Another straight set win for the lady Cardinals tonight. Their record is now an amazing 26-1! Congratulations Ladies!
An informational meeting on financial aid October 2nd 6PM in the high school auditorium. Great opportunity for Q&A with Mrs. Braden. Learn everything you need about FAFSA.
The menus for the district have been updated under Dining to include the month of October.
Another great win for the volleyball team last night! The girls are back at it tonight against Carrier Mills. Come out and support the team!
NCOE Lady Cardinals volleyball win tonight @ Johnston City: 32-30, 25-21 JV wins: 25-23, 22-25, 15-3
Final night of the NCOE Volleyball Invitation. Our ladies play at 6 & 8 PM.
NCOE Invitational begins this evening! The Cardinals play at 5 & 7 PM. See you there!
Reminder, Yankee Candle Orders are due back Monday, September 16th. Thank you all for your continued support.
NCOE Elementary School picture day has come and gone, but no worries if you missed it. Make up picture day will be October 18th. That will also be the day band will have their pictures taken.
An amazing night at NCOE! The new flag was unveiled, the Veterans and Servicemen were honored, a big thank you was given to Banterra Bank for the wonderful new scoreboard and scorers table, and the volleyball team had another straight set victory!
Any parent willing to help with the band during parades, or has the ability to sew is encouraged to contact Band Director, Mr. Neff.
So sorry for the confusion. There were some conflicts with next Tuesday's date as well; therefore, the NCO-PTO meeting will be held this Thursday, September 5th at 6 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. Thank you.
Just a reminder about the beginning band meeting tonight. See the attached note from Mr. Neff, the band teacher. https://5il.co/9w87
NCOE volleyball Lady Cardinals finish 2nd place @ Fairfield tournament, lose to Fairfield in championship game 12-25, 27-25, 23-25 Congratulations on a great tournament!
NCOE Volleyball Lady Cardinals @ Fairfield tournament defeat: Cisne 25-19, 25-16 Patoka 25-13, 25-18 Lawrenceville 25-21, 25-16 Staunton 25-18, 25-16 Will play in championship game vs Fairfield. Good luck lady Cardinals!
REMINDER: There will be no school on Monday, September 2, for Labor Day. Have a great and safe holiday weekend!
Check out Mrs. Barton's website by clicking on Staff, and then her website link under her name. Here is a preview: https://bartonsm95.wixsite.com/barton3
That’s a winner! NCOE Lady Cardinals defeat Cisne 25-6, 25-10 @Cisne JV wins 25-15, 26-24
NCOE Lady Cardinals volleyball wins game 1 25-6 @ Cisne
The Golf Team is in action in Carmi at 4 and the Volleyball Team is playing tonight at Cisne at 6. If you can make it, try to get out and support our athletes! Go Cardinals!
If your 4th or 5th grader is interested in beginner band, please see the following notice from Mr. Neff https://5il.co/9tbm.
Booth Elementary will be conducting a PRACTICE fire drill today at 10:00.
The Lady Cardinals take game one 25-13.
That’s a winner for the jv volleyball team!
NCOE Elementary School will not be in session on Monday, September 2nd in observance of the Labor Day Holiday!
First volleyball game of the year tomorrow night 6PM at Harrisburg, come out and support the girls!
NCOE sponsored blood drives (tentative dates) Oct 29 from 1:30-6:30 @ Indian Creek Township Bldg Feb 11 from 8-1 @ NCOE on Red Cross Bus Apr 14 from 1:30-6:30 @ Indian Creek Township Bldg June 17 from 1:30-6:30 @ Indian Creek Township Bldg Oct 27, 2020 from 1:30-6:30 @ Indian Creek Township Bldg
Boys Golf match for Friday, August 23 is cancelled.
No Jr. High baseball or softball practice today.....Thur. Aug. 22nd. Jr. High cross country practice is still on for after school.
The NCOE FFA section is trying to do our part by hosting a 4 person golf scramble at Eldorado on Sep 7. If you know anyone interested in playing or sponsoring a hole please contact Kory Sutton at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 618-925-5110.Please check out the flier for more information https://5il.co/9n0u .
Today's Jr. High Softball game at Ewing has been cancelled. No softball game today-August 20th.
Checkout the Volleyball team fan gear! Tap news and then the High School tab to get to the link. A lot of great stuff!
On the app or on the website, check out new information under the red button for DOCUMENTS, NCOE Elementary, JH Athletics, Cross Country if your child is interested in participating in cross county. There is information from Mr. Goebel including information on the parent meeting scheduled for Aug. 16.
NCOE Jr. High and Faculty T-Shirt day is this Friday, August 16th....don't forget!
Reminder: NCOE Junior High Students Friday, August 16th, Deadline for permission slips and waivers All students must have their permission slip and waiver signed by a parent or guardian to be able to go on the school trip to The Zone, Friday, August 16th. Thank you!
Mr. Goebel will be having a district-wide parent meeting this Friday, August 16th, for any student in grades 4th-8th who is interested in joining junior high cross country. The meeting will be at 6:00 in the high school cafeteria.
The NCOE High School staff is ready for a great first day tomorrow! See you there!
Reminder: NCOE Elementary and Junior High will be on a 2 PM dismissal for August 14th, 15th, and 16th.
NCOE Elementary Back to School Nights (K-4th grade) August 13, 2019 A great way to meet the teachers and administration. We look forward to seeing you. Kindergarten 5:00 - 5:30pm 1st Grade 5:30 - 6:00pm 2nd Grade 6:00 - 6:30pm 3rd Grade 6:30 - 7:00pm 4th Grade 7:00 - 7:30pm
Booth Elementary’s Back to School Night scheduled for August 12th is as follows: 5:30-5:45 Kindergarten 5:45-6:00 First Grade 6:00-6:15 Second Grade 6:15-6:30 Third Grade 6:30-6:45 Fourth Grade 6:45-7:00 5th Grade We are looking forward to seeing you! This is a great time for you and your child to meet with the teachers, learn about classroom procedures and expectations, bring in all recommended supplies, and fill out all required forms. Also, after your scheduled meeting with the teacher, Mrs. Carter would like to meet with you to go over the new district wide website and Smartphone app plus point out a few things in the student handbook. This meeting will be approximately 15 minutes long and will be held in the computer lab. Please call the school if you have any questions. Thanks!
First day of student attendance is just around the corner. Students’ first day will be August 14. There will be a 2:00 dismissal on August 14, 15, and 16.
Graduation Pictures are in for the Class of 2019! You may come by the High School office to pick up your pictures. #CardinalStrong
Today is our last day of Basketball Camp! We hope everyone has a great summer! #CardinalStrong
Autism Awareness Fact for the Day Autism is more common than childhood cancer, diabetes, and AIDS combined. WEAR BLUE WEDNESDAY!! IT IS OUR LAST WEDNESDAY IN APRIL TO WEAR BLUE!!!