02/14/2020 Newsletter

REGIONAL WRESTLING: USD 211 will be dismissing school at noon on Friday, February 21st, 2020 for regional wrestling. We will start serving lunch at 11:00. Buses will run at noon. Norton is hosting a regional wrestling tournament at Stull gym starting Friday afternoon and all day Saturday. LUNCH CHANGE: On Friday, February 28th there is a change on the menu. The cafeteria will be serving Fish squares instead of the BBQ sandwiches. PARENT / TEACHER CONFERENCES: There will be no Read more

Regional Wrestling At NCHS

We will be hosting 1A-3A Regional Wrestling at NCHS on February 21. School will be dismissed at 12:00 that day. We will serve lunch. All buses will run at 12:00pm on February 21. Wrestling will start at 2:00 pm. Wrestling will continue on Saturday, February 22.

01/31/2020 Newsletter

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK SCHOOL ABSENCES:  Thank you to all the parents who call the school office when your child is ill or going to be out of town.  This phone call allows the secretary more time to deal with other school procedures. You may be calling for one or two children, but the secretary may have to contact as many as 20 or 25 homes to determine where the child(ren) are that have not been called in by a parent.  We thank you Read more

01/24/2020 Newsletter

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK KANSAS’ BIRTHDAY: Kansas Day is Wednesday, January 29, 2020. Kansas will be 159 years old. Have your child/children tell you what they have learned about the State. SCHOOL LOCKDOWN: In the next couple of weeks, Eisenhower Elementary will conduct a lock down procedure with the students and staff. The school practices fire drills monthly and tornado drills four times a year to help ensure that our students know what to do in emergency situations during the Read more

1/17/2020 Newsletter

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE (ADA): School attendance is a very important part of the student’s school record. There is a high correlation between attendance and personal reliability. Regular and punctual attendance by all students is necessary for the proper functioning of the entire school. One of the major causes of failure in school is absenteeism. The average daily attendance for the first semester is as follows: Overall average daily attendance for the first semester was 96.1%. Congratulations Read more