US History Class Welcomes Vietnam War Veteran

Mrs. Tapp’s 11th grade US History class is studying the Vietnam War and welcomed a Vietnam veteran, (Kamryn Terry’s great uncle Butch Harris), to share his experiences of the Vietnam War. Harris served with the marines in the war from … read more

Seniors Celebrate Last Full Day of School

Wednesday was the last FULL day of class for our seniors. They celebrated by wearing painted uniform skirts (and pants) with the name or logo of their college they will attend. We ❤️ our seniors and will cherish each coming … read more

Jordan Cureton Gets Her Wish Granted!!!

Amazing morning at NCS celebrating our Make-a-wish kid, Jordan Cureton! Jordan Cureton is an 8th grade student at NCS who suffers from Crohn’s Disease. After diagnosis, the disease progressed quickly causing many life-threatening problems. Jordan had three surgeries over the … read more

Learning About Butterflies

Mrs. Irmscher’s students welcomed Reba Wright with Desoto County Master Gardeners to campus today. She came to talk about butterflies. She talked about the life stages of a butterfly. She talked about milkweed and rue which are host plants for … read more

High School Choirs Compete in Gatlingburg

Congratulations to Choir Director, Mrs. Laurie Sanderson and our choir students who competed in Gatlinburg, TN in a choral competition. The high school choir scored excellent. Honor choir scored superior. Honor choir named as best over all High School Choir … read more

First Grade Makes Candy From Plants

1st grade students learned all about making candy from plants. Julie O’Bryan from Botanic Gardens talked about cinnamon, mint, and “chicle” or gum. All these plants are used to make candies. Students actually made and tasted gum, and homemade “mints” … read more


Students in Mrs. Morris’s 4th grade class presented their cereal box commercials/book reports to other students and teachers. Students had to read a book and then create a cereal box and “commercial” that creates enough interest to get classmates to … read more


Congratulations to our NCS students who were among 182 3rd-8th grade students competing in the ACSI Math Olympics today hosted by ECS. •Our NCS students performed well as we had 15 students who earned a ribbon. •Special congratulations to our … read more

Pre-kindergarten Creates Bugs During STEM

PK students went “buggy” during STEM Lab! Students designed and engineered their own bug creations and made their bug’s eyes light up. This allowed the students to create a circuit and see electricity at work. They also built a model … read more