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Larger population as positive for students?

Larger population as positive for students?

Tommy Olsson, Shae Simmons, Reid Watkins, and Caitlin Wonsowski

October 17, 2018

Filed under Features, NCHS

Some faculty members see the large student population as having a positive effect on students. With higher attendance numbers, students are provided with more social opportunities. The higher enrollmen...

Unsung Homecoming tradition

Unsung Homecoming tradition

October 9, 2018

Mr. Dave Feeney’s 3rd hour AP Literature and Composition students performed the school song on Friday, October 5. This tradition has occurred for the past 15 years in all of Feeney’s English classes...

STEM stuck in bloom

STEM stuck in bloom

October 5, 2018

All the students knew was these boxy new machines that monopolized desk space.  They knew the pixelated green text that would appear on the black screen. They knew the hum of the machine as it worked...

2018-19 Back to school assembly

2018-19 Back to school assembly

August 23, 2018

Normal Community students were welcomed to the 2018-2019 school year with an all-school assembly on the first day of classes.

Q&A: Tuxes or suits – Ironing out the details

Q&A: Tuxes or suits – Ironing out the details

April 9, 2018

Prom is rapidly approaching,  your date has had her dresses for months and you still have no clue what you are wearing. The Inkspot is here to help you iron out your choice. ...

Crash: Slapshot snapshot

Crash: Slapshot snapshot

March 21, 2018

Unlike most humans, Sarah Kowalczyk’s (10) feet function better on ice than on grass. Though Sarah learned how to skate at the age of three, she gave it up in favor of soccer. After a few years of so...

Blooming Corsages

Blooming Corsages

February 16, 2018

What Makes a Lunch?

What Makes a Lunch?

February 9, 2018

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