Natrona County High School
Friday, January 19th, 2018
Today is a BLACK day
Menu: daily specials
Breakfast Monday: Blueberry pancake
Lunch today: BBQ shredded pork sandwich
If any students are interested in joining the high school archery team please see Mrs. Vondra. Our first meeting is Jan 22. at 4 pm at Centennial JH in the multi purpose room. Practices will be at Centennial on Mondays from 4-5:30.
Get your tickets early for the pre-peach basket in the school store.
Seniors: The senior pictures for the yearbook are posted outside room 1070. Please make an effort to come check your name and quote BEFORE January 26.
Stop by the office to buy your tickets for best seat in the house at the pre-peach basket tonight. Tickets are 1 for $3 or 2 for $5
Are you interested in participating in Mr. Mustang this Spring? This mock, male only beauty pageant is the perfect opportunity for you to show off your moves & your hidden talent.
Please contact Maddie Horning, Hannah Beran, or stop by the office and leave your contact information.
Attention next year’s juniors and seniors,
Pathway Innovation Center is an extension of our school. There are wonderful and
exciting opportunities that are available for you at Pathways. Making sure you are
college or career ready is the focus for our school and our district. If you are
interested in attaining certifications in Veterinary Science, Horticulture, Agriculture,
Nursing, Welding, Automotive, Construction, Culinary, Heavy Equipment Operator,
Art Portfolio, or learn how to develop a Professional Portfolio, please
visit with your counselor. Representatives from Pathways will be in our school
during registration, before school, and at lunch to also answer any questions you
may have. Tours of the facility will be provided or come over to Pathways to check
NC and KW join forces for 4th Annual Teddy Bear Toss
The NCHS and KWHS Booster Clubs are joining forces for the 4th annual Teddy Bear Toss at NCHS on January 19, 2018 at the NCHS new gym in the mail building. The toss will occur just before the tipoff of the varsity boys basketball game between the Mustangs and the Trojans.
Every student who brings a stuffed animal will receive a ticket and eligible for $50 cash. Two lucky boys and two lucky girls will each get $50 cash. This is only for NCHS or KWHS students – bring your ID’s. Tickets DO NOT need purchased ahead of time but are available to purchase in the school store or in the office.
All Teddy Bears and stuffed animals will be donated to Natrona County and Casper law enforcement.
EVENTS THIS WEEK
TODAY: Finals in A & B blocks
End of 1st Semster
Alpine Skiing vs. KW
Girl’s sophomore basketball game vs. KW at 3:00pm in Gym
Girls JV @ 4:30pm
Girls Varsity @ 6:00pm in gym
Boys JV basketball game vs. KW at 3:00pm in MAC
Boys sophomore @ 4:30pm
Boys varsity @ 7:30pm in gym
SATURDAY: Alpine Skiing meet vs. KW @ Casper Mountain.
January 22nd –Beginning of 2nd semester
Happy Birthday to Shannon Jarrard, Hunter Brown, Emerson Beck, Christopher Laughrey, Taylor Stotts, Brett Brenton & Nicholas Brost.
Weekend birthdays are Jessica Jakobiak, Noah Ehrenhart, Mariah Anderson, Joseph Dean, Christopher Hilston, Anna Fink, Jacob Smith & Marcos Antillon.
Parent Ads for the Yearbook are due to Ms. Gray by January 22, 2018. Room 1070. Information available on the Journalism page!
A busy and wonderful State Drama saw Thespian Troupe No. 1 do wonderful things.
Natrona State Drama Results - December 2017
December 1, 2 and 3, 2017, NC, KW and Casper College hosted 671 theatre students, their coaches, and many college professors and theatre professionals for State Drama.
We hosted the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as a special performance of Peter and the Starcatcher. The kids had a wonderful time, participated in many amazing workshops, and absolutely nailed their performance of the full play.
All State Superior winners. An * denotes qualification for the International Thespian Festival in Lincoln, NE. this summer.
Matthew Hills - Costume Design*
Lindsay Clark, Desaray Kistler, and Jillian Wallace - Group Acting *
Bailey Gardener - Monologue*
Taylor Berg - Publicity
Camila Cuhna - Fantasy Makeup
Our student-directed one act play ranked 5th out of 19. Breanne Wilkinson worked hard on getting great performances out of her cast.
All of the visiting teams were blown away by the new building. It was an incredibly proud moment to show it off to those in attendance.
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