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NCC College and Career Promise Interest Form
Southern Nash Middle is raising money for 2 families, one of those students is in Pitts' Class and a student at the middle school that was involved in a bad wreck. Here is the link to order shirts. Middle School Baseball/Softball team will also be having a Game during their season to show support.Here is the Link to order:
One of our beloved students is fighting cancer and undergoing treatments in the hospital. No one knows what all this will cost, but we can all agree that his family should not struggle with the worry of upcoming medical bills, travel expenses, etc. $10 per shirt sold will go to this purpose. Store closes Sunday! #teamtanner #hisfightismyfight
Next Driver's Ed classes begin March 2nd!
Applications for this year's BAC Scholarship are online at www.bacsf.org!All application requirements and related deadlines are on the application which can be printed or electronically completed using the "2020 Application" link on the homepage.Amounts will range from $1,000 to $1,500 and every NRMPS high school is allocated at least one scholarship.
The next Driver's Ed class begins January 6th!
Cognia Climate & Culture Survey
Parent survey page link - https://www.nrms.k12.nc.us/Page/3335
Varsity Football game has been rescheduled for Thursday, November 14th at 7:30 vs EE Smith--1st round playoffs at Home
Admission--$8.00. Passes not accepted during playoffs.
The Firebird wrestling team will once again be hosting their annual canned food drive and ruck-sack walk. On Saturday November 16th Coach Coble, Coach Jones, and the entire wrestling team will walk from SNHS to the United Methodist Church in Bailey to deliver all the canned foods they can gather. That's right they will be carrying (in back packs) any and all canned goods that are donated. If you would like to donate please see Coach Coble, Coach Jones, or any wrestler. If you need service hours for a club Coach Coble or Coach Jones will sign off for 1 hour of service time for ten cans of donated food. Jars of peanut butter will also be accepted and appreciated. All donations go to the Family Food Basket Ministry located in Sims.
NEED HELP WITH FAFSA?
As we prepare for the Countdown to College (C2C) and FAFSA completion and RDS, we want to make sure that students/parents are able to get the help they need to complete the FAFSA.
We have a short interest form that students or parents can fill out indicating their interest in receiving Financial Aid information or help in completing the FAFSA form. This is a FREE service; there is no fee or service charge. Please share this FAFSA Student Interest link http://tinyurl.com/y4npcf9d with interested students and parents at your school.
The data obtained will be sent to local county colleges and universities, so that they can follow up with information about local FAFSA Day events and offers of FAFSA completion assistance.You can also check out the CFNC site with the NC map to find FAFSA completion services near your school. Click on the purple dots to find colleges and universities participating in FAFSA Day or other FAFSA completion events: https://www.cfnc.org/pay/fafsa_day.jspOur homecoming game will be our PINK OUT game this year! We are selling shirts online. Be sure to get your shirt ASAP!
My name is Dr. Collins, and I am the Nash Community College Career Coach that serves Southern Nash. Please review the attached information about the Nash Community College Career and College Promise Program. I would love to speak with you about this program! You may schedule a meeting time with me on Tuesdays at SN by contacting your high school counselor or me. I look forward to sharing this wonderful opportunity with you!
Uniquely enough, North Carolina is the only state to have a Governor Page Program. Established in 1973, the Governor’s Page Program gives high school students from all over North Carolina the opportunity to come to Raleigh for a week of hands-on participation in their state government through touring and listening to a range of speakers such as Supreme Justices and Deputy Commissioners. There will also be an opportunity to meet with the Governor himself.
In addition, students will also be creating their own volunteer project to bring back to their communities. We want the Page Program to represent North Carolina’s diverse communities and help inspire a new generation of leaders. While in this role, I am hoping to increase diversity by expanding knowledge of the program to all counties in the state, as I believe this is an opportunity that should be presented to all students.
Each applicant must be a North Carolina high school student in good academic standing between the ages of sixteen and eighteen years old. Pages are selected to serve for a term of four days. If you know of any students at your school who would be interested in serving, please pass this along to them. In addition, feel free to pass along to other teachers or school administration to spread the word.
This link includes a more in depth view of the program as well as the application process for students. 2020 dates are now available online. Please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions, and thank you in advance!