Natrona County High School
Tuesday, December 12th, 2017
Today is an ORANGE day
Menu: daily specials
Breakfast Wednesday: Sausage & egg muffin
Lunch today: Macaroni & cheese
Natrona County High School Student Brett Brenton was named Gatorade Football Player of the year for the State of Wyoming! Congratulations Brett!
The Boys & Girls Club will be doing a high school intramural basketball League Jan. 20-March 31st. If you are interested in forming your own team or playing on a team come to the main office. Deadline to sign up is January 10th.
If you are a junior or senior looking to improve your ACT score or are planning to retake the ACT on February 10th, come to room 3052 after school on Mondays for individualized tutoring from Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Bolender.
Volleyball ladies please turn in all your volleyball equipment to Mr. Botkin or you will get charged for it.
Under the Christmas tree you will see 4 boxes. One for each grade level, please donate new hats, gloves & scarves the class that donates the most will win a prize!
The NCHS Orchestras and Guitars will present a concert at 7:00PM in the John F Welsh Auditorium here at NC on Thursday, December 14. Come enjoy the festive atmosphere!
Anime club is canceled this week.
Students, if you took the PSAT in October, your scores are in. Stop by the Counseling Center and get your score report.
Students-Please DO not mess with the Christmas lights or decorations. If you are caught pulling out lights or taking Christmas ornaments you will be charged to replace them.
NCHS Speech and Debate placed First at the Thermopolis Meet.
The results for individuals are as follows:
First Place: Bo Potter
Third Place: Samuel Snyder
Fourth Place: Kaelan Rodriguez
First: Emma Kellick
First Place: Mariah Warner
First Place: Lauren Blackwelder
Second Place: Stephen Koch
First Place: Bo Potter
First Place: Braxton Sambrano
Third Place: Kaelan Rodriguez
Fourth Place: Rhiannon McLean
Third Place: William Endelman and Jordan Stauffer
First: Taliah Blom
Second: Hunter Bullard
Fifth: William Endelman
Sixth: Chandra Frank
Please congratulate the students for their accomplishments at the meet this past Saturday!
EVENTS THIS WEEK
TODAY: JV Wrestling dual vs Campbell County at 5:30pm
Varsity dual at 7:00pm
WEDNESDAY: Pride in Excellence Assembly during MC.
THURSDAY:Girls Freshman basketball vs. Thunder Basin at 4:00
Orchestra Concert in the Auditorium @ 7:00pm
FRIDAY:Freshman girls basketball vs. Thunder Basin at 3:00pm
Sophomores at 4:30pm
JV girls at 6:00pm
Varsity Girls at 7:30pm
This Saturday the FFA is having an all you can eat pancake breakfast for $5 per person from 7am-10am in the commons.
Girls Freshman basketball vs. Billings at 9:00am
Sophomore girls 10:30am
JV Girls 12:00pm
Varsity girls 1:30pm
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Agustin Alcaraz, Tayden Rodriguez, Heather Devoe, Anna Agosta, Emily Boor, Cassandra Crossen, Shantellia Woolett & Mr. Mike Botkin.
Winter Sports are right around the corner. If you plan on participating and have not already done so, please turn in your completed physical to the Activities Office ASAP. Do not wait until the first day of practice; as the processing time could cause you missed practices. Missed practices may also lead to missed games/competitions.
Monday, January 1st- 1st practice- Indoor Track
Flash Mob rocks the stadium at half time of Oil Bowl
Chainsaw Carvings - NCTV
Veteran's Day Assembly
NCHS Student Parking Lot & Permits
- Students may park vehicles in the student parking lot only
- Vehicles in the student parking lot must display a student parking permit for the current school year (2016-2017)
- Students may purchase parking permits in the main office for $10
- Since NCHS has limited parking during construction, priority for student permits goes to seniors; after that, permits are issued on a first-come, first-served basis until the lot is sold out
- Student parking permits must be either hung from the rear-view mirror or placed on the dashboard
- The entire permit must be easily visible from outside the vehicle
- A vehicle parked in the student lot without a properly-displayed, valid permit may be issued either a warning or a parking ticket
- Parking tickets carry a fine of $20, payable in the main office
- Ticket fines are entered as a mandatory fee on the student’s record
- If a student receives multiple parking tickets during the school year, the student may receive further disciplinary action
- Unauthorized vehicles in the student lot are subject to being towed at the owner’s expense