NNHS Class of 1967 Celebrates 50th Reunion!
The first graduating class of Northern Nash High School recently celebrated their 50th reunion. Congratulations, Knights!
The Knight Ambassadors donate to Nash UNC Health Care Pediatric ER.
The Knight Ambassadors presented Nash UNC Health Care Pediatric ER with donations of new stuffed animals, play dough and children's books. The Nash UNC Health care team, including CEO Larry Chewning, had nothing but praise for these students. Great job, Ambassadors!
NN Students Compete in Nash County Special OlympicsStudents in Mrs. Fogarty and Ms. Viverette's classes participated in the Nash County Special Olympic Spring Games. Students ran relays, did long jumps, and participated in softball throw, among other events. The students returned to school with lots of placement medals and ribbons. Everyone had a great time, and we are very proud of these Knights!!!See more photos on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/NorthernNashHighSchool/
Olive Garden Provides Lunch for Staff
On Friday, April 7th, Olive Garden provided a lunch for the faculty that helped with winter and spring sports by volunteering to sell tickets at games.
Madison Lamprecht Signs with USC Union!
Madison Lamprecht has signed with the University of South Carolina Union to play softball in 2017/2018. Maddie has played softball at Northern for 4 years excelling at the shortstop position and leading the team with her batting average. Congratulations, Maddie!!
FCCLA Leadership Conference
Our NNHS FCCLA students had a wonderful time in Greensboro at the FCCLA State Leadership Conference. These students worked really hard on their projects and represented Northern Nash well. Please congratulate these students if you see them today.The following students won silver metals for their projectsBeniaih Dickens, Ashley Cox, Timmy Price, Shalia Hedgepeth, Angel Battle, Kiara Pulley, K'Shayla Richardson, Tianna Avent,Anniqua Sawyer, Haley Hedgepeth and Shania Robinson won bronze metals for their projects.Timmy Price, Anniqua Sawyer, Beniaih Dickens and Ashley Cox all qualified to attend the FCCLA National Leadership Conference in Nashville, TN in July.Please congratulate these students on a job well done!
Congratulations to our 2017-18 Teacher of the year, Susan Wollett
Congratulations to our 2017-2018 Teacher of the year, Mrs. Susan Wollett! Mrs. Wollett has been a valuable member of our Family and Consumer Sciences department for seven years. She was born in Washington, NC and has always lived in the Tarheel state. She strives to instill a love of learning in her students and encourages them to master life skills they can use after graduation. She is an FCCLA Advisor here at Northern, the District 3 FCCLA advisor, a member of the Prom Committee, Senior Picnic Committee, and the FACS Departent Chair. Mrs. Wollett loves making a difference in her students' lives and will make us proud as our 2017-18 Teacher of the Year!
Congratulations to our 2017-18 First-Year Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Elaina Ingram!
Mrs. Ingram is from Kansas, and she comes to Northern Nash after attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She tries to bring energy and practicality to the classroom: "I'm a very lively person. I understand that not everyone is good at math, but if you organize and prioritize, then the math will come."
Mrs. Ingram is very involved in the school community: she volunteers at sporting events and her daughter is in the school day care. "I feel like a parent to all of our students. I care about bringing out or finding what makes a student want to do their best." Congratulations, Mrs. Ingram, we are lucky to have you!
NN Students Recognized by Optimist Clubs
Tuesday, March 21st the Evening and Breakfast Optimist Clubs recognized students from surrounding high schools at their annual Youth Appreciation Celebration. Selected to represent Northern Nash were Jacob Bernat and Katie Grischow. Katie was unable to attend due to the All County Band concert. Congratulations to Jacob and Katie!
Lady Knights Soccer Visits Trinity Villas
Our Soccer team went to visit and have a Spa Day with the ladies in Trinity Villas in Nashville 3/15/17 as a Community Service project.The girls spent time getting to know the ladies, Massaging their hands and shoulders, painting their nails. The ladies in the home and the employees as well as the soccer team had a great time together. The team even took it upon themselves to bake cookies and provide a goodie bag for each lady in the home. We have already been invited back by the ladies because they had so much fun!See picture close-ups at our Facebbok page: https://www.facebook.com/NorthernNashHighSchool/
Isaiah Gay signs with the University of Illinois!!
Congratulations to senior Isaiah Gay who signed a full scholarship to play football with Big 10 Division One school the University of Illinois. Way to go Isaiah!!
Varsity Cheerleaders are Conference Champions!
CONGRATULATIONS to our Varsity Cheerleaders for winning the Conference Championship Title on Saturday!! Mrs. Boyette was chosen as the Conference Coach of the Year as well!!
PTO Interest Meeting
We were excited to have our first Parent Teacher Organization interest meeting on Jan. 12. Attendees were greeted by Senior Ambassadors Dabria Bullock, Savannah Bridgers, and Jacob Bernat.
Congratulations, Women's Swim Team!Congratulations to the NN Women's Swim team for their 3rd place finish at the Conference Championship yesterday!! and to Coach Tracy Dodrill for being selected as the Big East Coach of the Year!!! Way to go swimming Knights!! We are proud of you!!
Foods II students receive ServSafe Certification
Northern Nash Foods II students recently took the ServSafe Exam. Eleven students received their ServSafe Certification.
Front row (left to right) Sara Watson, Destinee' Wilson, Cynthia Parker. Back row (left to right) Kareem Khalil, William Winstead, Camree Lowman and Hunter Melvin. Not pictured - Lauren Layton
From left to right -Alaina Nunez, Lauryn Pittman, Leanna Hill
FCA Bell Ringing
4 Members of the NN FCA volunteering for the Salvation Army. Great job, guys!!
NHS Stockings for Children
NHS organized and delivered stockings to children today and the Bassett Center. Great Job!
ROTC Toys for Tots
The NN ROTC cadets are collecting toys for the Toys for Tots Program and we need your help. Toys can be dropped off in the ROTC Classroom, the main office or the media center. THANK YOU!
NN Band Receives Record-Tying 3rd Grand Champions Title!!
For their final performance this season the NNHS Marching Knights traveled to Topsail, NC to compete at the Pirate Classic. They swept first place in all captions and were grand champions, tying the school record for three grand championship titles in one season. Awesome job, Knights!!
NN Marching Knights are Jacksonville Grand Champions!!
The NNHS Marching Knights traveled to Jacksonville this weekend to compete at the White Oak Band Classic. They received first place music, visual effect, color guard, percussion and drum major, as well as first place in class 3A and overall Grand Champions for the entire event. Great Job, Knights!!
Knights Ambassadors Receive Donation
The mayor of Red Oak, Levell Langley, presents a donation to the new Knights Ambassadors Program. Students are chosen to represent Northern Nash in this program based on their character, leadership, responsibility, dependability, and service. Students from left to right are Zach Langley, Savannah Bridgers, Floribel Gonzales, Tamiyah Braswell, and Jacob Bernat.
The NNHS Marching Knights traveled to Chesapeake VA this weekend to compete in the Tidewater Festival of Marching Bands. They received first place music, visual effect, color guard, percussion and drum major, as well as first place in class 3A and overall Grand Champions for the entire event. Great Job!!
Congratulations to the Men's Cross Country team for winning the East Regional Championship on Saturday in front of 1700 spectators. All- Region Runners were Daniel Belton and Jordan Richardson. They will be joined by Joseph Dees, Sam Page, Tyric Hill, Connor Davenport, and Matt Wright this Saturday in the State Championship.
The Women's team also advanced to the State finals as Mackenzie Proctor, Halie Huffman, Sophia Atkins, Caitlyn Cooke, Miranda Griffin, Kelsey Hutchison, and Alexis Lucas all ran their fastest times of the year at Regionals.
Great job, Running Knights!
We are very proud to announce that your "Running Knights" are the Big East Conference Cross Country CHAMPIONS!