The Nodaway-Holt High School has made the decision to amend the current Extended Learning procedure to now allow juniors and seniors the freedom to choose whether or not to attend. Juniors and seniors will still be placed on Extended Learning for missing assignments and poor quality assignments (receiving under a 65% on the assignment), and contact will still be made to guardians (either through email or by phone), just like with the old . . .
On Monday, February 3, the Spartans held their Fall Athletic Banquet at the TJ Hall building in Oregon. The night started out with a potluck dinner followed by the honoring of our student athletes. Being honored that night, were both the fall cheerleaders and football players. Throughout the course of the night many were recognized as earning a letter in their respective sport as well as many post season awards as well. Post season . . .
On Wednesday, January, 15 the Board of Education approved amendments to policy IKA-R-1 dealing with the Weighted Grading System. At Nodaway-Holt R-VII School District, we prepare our graduates for college, career and citizenship. Starting with the graduating class of 2020, Nodaway-Holt will adopt the laude system to recognize graduates for their success in rigorous programs instead of the traditional class rank, Valedictorian, and . . .
On Monday, December 16 the Nodaway-Holt Jr. & Sr. High had their Winter Program. The Program consisted of 24 different songs comprising of both band and vocal solos, duets, whole band, whole choir, and a mixture of the band and choir together. Special thanks goes out to K-12 director Crystel Walsh and piano accompanist Marcia Leeper for their hard work and dedication to the programs. In Ms. Walsh's words, "Long Live . . .
Nodaway-Holt Elementary students are recognized each month for displaying the character trait of the month. Students are acknowledged by their teacher and receive a certificate for making such good choices throughout the month. Congratulations to the these students for displaying high levels of CITIZENSHIP throughout the month of November.
The 8th grade students recently made their own toothpastes in science class to put their understanding of minerals and scientific inquiry into practice. The students made and tested a classic white and a chocolate based toothpaste. They tested the cleaning power of the pastes on their recently used mineral streak plates and the results were clear! The classic white toothpaste worked and the chocolate did not work at all! Some of the . . .
On Monday, November 4, 2019, the Nodaway-Holt High School Choir performed at the 275 Conference Choir Concert held at NWMSU in Maryville. It was a day filled with rehearsals and lifelong memories. The commissioned director was Mr. Dustin McKinney who is the director of vocal music at Kearney High School. The members shown (right to left) are: Thomas Herr, Sidney Leeper, Briley Russell, Sarah Noble, and Director Crystel . . .