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    Principal Brian Hopkins' Message for 2019-20

    Click HERE

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  • Marching Knights are Grand Champions!

    Congratulations to the Northern Nash Marching Knights who competed this weekend at White Oak High School and swept the music, general effect, and visual captions; they also placed first in class 3A and were named Overall Grand Champions. Go Knights!!

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  • Sports This Week 10/14-10/18

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  • Underclassmen Make-up Pictures Wed., 10/16

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  • Yearbook 2020 Sale

    The 2020 Yearbook is now on sale.  Please click HERE for ordering details.

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  • Yearbook Senior Ads

    The Roundtable Staff is now accepting orders for Senior Ads in this year's yearbook.

    Please click HERE for order forms and details.  Thank you for your support!

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  • CTE Academy

    If you are currently enrolled in CTE courses this school year and are interested in joining a CTE Academy, please talk to your CTE teacher or see Mrs. Wollett in room 109.  CTE Academy applications are due October 4th and may be turned in to your CTE teachers or Mrs. Wollett.

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  • Northern Nash Video News Oct., 07, 2019

    Click HERE for video.

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  • Little Knights Cheer Camp

    Will be held Sat., Oct. 5.  Click HERE for details.

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  • Marching Band Showcase

    Please click HERE for the flyer for our county's upcoming marching band showcase at Southern Nash High School on Sat., Oct. 5, featuring performances from all four local high schools as well as middle schoolers from across the county. All students (and younger) get in free- please bring your family for this fun event!

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  • NN Wins The Battle of the Bridge!

    The Varsity football team defeated Nash Central Fri. 9/13 by a score of 46-20.  That also means Northern won the Battle of the Bridge, a bet between the rival schools' Principals to serve lunch at the winning team's cafeteria.  Click HERE to see photos of Nash Central's Principal Ward, Athletic Director Bain, and Assistant Principal Newkirk serving lunch at Northern Nash.  

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  • NHS Dorian Supply Drive

    National Honor Society is conducting a supply drive to help support Ocracoke Island. Many people and businesses lost everything during Hurricane Dorian. Click HERE for a critical supply list. Please see Mrs Clayton, Mrs McIntyre, or any NHS member if you have questions. Let’s rally around the people of this amazing island and help them recover and rebuild.

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  • Senior Make-up Pictures

    Have been rescheduled for Sept. 21.  

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  • Student Parking Hangers

    *All fees owed and class dues must be paid to purchase a parking hanger. Class dues are $15 for each academic year.

    Print and complete the required forms below and present them with payment ($65.00) to purchase a hanger. 

     
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    Driving Rules and Regulations click HERE
     
    Parking Permit Application click HERE
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  • Naturalization Ceremony for NN Spanish Teacher

    Northern Nash Spanish Teacher Carol Figueroa completes the process of becoming a U.S. citizen at her Naturalization Ceremony on July 12, 2019. Congratulations!   

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  • See our 2019 Graduation photos on our Facebook page.

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  • Principal Brian Hopkins is named High School Principal of the Year for the 2nd consecutive year!

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    Congratulations to Principal Brian Hopkins for being named High School Principal of the Year for the second consecutive year!  Mr. Hopkins' passion for education and focus on student achievement motivates both the faculty and students of Northern Nash: "Mr. Hopkins is an amazing administrator. He is extremely supportive of and respected by both students and staff. The amount of care and concern he has for all of Knight Nation is evident in his interactions. It is obvious that he wants us all to do our best and be our best. He is the type of leader who makes us believe we can all achieve great things, so we do." —Beth McIntyre, English department.  Thank you, Mr. Hopkins, and congratulations!

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  • Teacher of the Year and First-Year teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Mr. Avery and Mr. White!  Click HERE for details.

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  • Northern Nash Celebrates Annual Prom

    Northern Nash celebrated its annual Prom at the beutiful Rocky Mount Mills on Sat., March 30.  Congratulations to Prom King and Queen Keilah Moore and Cameron Spooner.  Click HERE to see more photos on our Facebook page.  

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  • Congratulations to junior Zach Keeter for being selected to attend the NC Electric Cooperative Youth Tour in Washington, DC for a week this June.  This all-expenses-paid tour, with 45 other rising seniors from all over North Carolina and 1,800 students from across the nation, will allow Zach to learn first-hand about American history and the electric cooperative business model. Congratulations, Zach!

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  • Ms. Matthews is WRAL's Teacher of the Week!

    Congratulations to our Ms. Matthews for being selected as WRAL's Teacher of the Week for the week of 12/10/18!!

    We are lucky to have you, Ms. Matthews!  Click HERE for the video link.

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  • Nash-Rocky Mount Schools' High School Principal, Assistant Principal, and Teacher of the Year!

    Congratulations to Mr. Brian Hopkins for being named High School Principal of the Year, Ms. Ashley Matthews for being named High School Teacher of the Year, and Ms. Rhonda Lamm for being named High School Assistant Principal of the Year for Nash-Rocky Mount Schools!

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  • Teacher of the Year 2018-19

    Congratulations to Ashley Matthews for being named Northern Nash's 2018-19 Teacher of the Year!  

     

    Ms. Matthews is a graduate of Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools who received her Bachelor's degree from Meredith College. She always knew she'd move "back home" to teach because she wanted to give back to the community. "I enjoy telling students that I'm a product of this district, and I like being able to tell them that I chose to come back and establish my life locally." 
     
    Ms. Matthews is involved in many school-related committees, tutors after school, and spends her free time reading or running. As a teacher, she ensures that each one of her students feels success of some kind while being in her English classes. When asked about her choice to teach, she says "I was made to be a teacher, and I fully embrace everything that comes along with that calling."  Great job, Ashley.  We are lucky to have you!
     
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