Congratulations to the Mr. Bailey and the FFA soils teams for placing 2nd, 4th, & 7th in the county contest this past Tuesday, and for qualifying for the Area contest next Friday. Xander Borne, Harper Kahn, and Easton Scherrer led the way placing in the top 5 individuals!
Enjoyed listening to Don Steininger's historic presentation at Ossian Rotary this morning. Don led the process to restore the old Craigville Depot. The restored Depot now sits at 1022 Cass Street, Fort Wayne. This coming spring, it will be used for an ice cream and bakery shop.
Enjoyed talking with Mrs. Baker's Principles of Education class today. Good group!
Enjoying the Bluffton Street Fair Parade!
Reminder . . . NWCS will be on a two-hour delayed start tomorrow for professional development activities with our instructional staff.
Following the delayed start, NWCS will be in-person for learning today, 9.14.22. Fog is still dense is some areas, though. The daylight helps, but drivers will still need to allow for more travel time.
Due to dense fog in isolated areas within our school district, NWCS will be on a 2-hour delay for Wednesday, 9.14.22. Be safe as you travel through areas of heavier fog.
Celebrating 10 years of the Indiana College Core! And . . . Norwell High School is one of the participating schools. https://www.journalgazette.net/local/schools/indiana-college-core-expands-to-141-high-schools/article_ceb45094-2ecf-11ed-b67f-376b16a58492.html
Thank you to TTG Equipment in Bluffton for giving tours, information, and guidance to our NHS Ag students today. Nice work, Mr. Bailey, in organizing this valuable opportunity for students. The students also toured and talked with staff at the Bluffton Animal Clinic.
Homemade Ice Cream Social August 27th, 4:30 - 7:30 at Lancaster Chapel UMC, Freewill Donations to NORWELL STUDENT BENEFIT FUND.
I enjoyed presenting at the Ossian Rotary today. Great conversations! Also, beautiful renovations to the First Baptist Church - nicely done, Pastor Gullion! Thank you to Kathy Boles, Health Communities, for the donation of drawstring bags with school supplies.
Principal Enderle welcomes our NMS students. Assistant Principal Reinhard shares building-wide expectations, while Mr. Taylor and Mrs. Meyer share classroom expectations.
Great start to the 2022-23 school year this morning! Morning meetings and procedures at OES and LES!
We have some light patches of fog on this first day of the 2022-23 school year, but NWCS will start on time. If you are driving from the Zanesville/Markle area, give yourself a little extra time just to be safe. Let's have a great first day of school!
Nice to have all of our staff together today (8.5.22) for our opening session. Thank you to the sponsors of the morning's speaker, Clint Swindall. His "Tell Me Something Good!" was a great message to kick off the important work we have ahead of us this year.
We appreciate the work that our maintenance team and building custodians do to have our buildings ready for the start of school. It was good to spend some time with you at lunch, yesterday.
We still have some background work to do to better connect our new website menus with our new phone app documents. If you are struggling to find a document within the app, refer to the website. If you are struggling to find a document on the website, utilize the search option.
If you are able, we would love for you to join us at today’s NMS Project Kick-Off Celebration. This event will be on the north NMS parking lot. Refreshments at 12:30 and a short presentation at 1:00.
Reminder that all campuses will be closed April 15th for Good Friday