Making our mark in any medium... the official student news of Normal Community High School

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Making our mark in any medium... the official student news of Normal Community High School

Inkspot

Making our mark in any medium... the official student news of Normal Community High School

Inkspot

Evie Snoeyink

Evie Snoeyink, Editor in Chief

Evie Snoeyink is a senior at Normal Community High School and is involved in Student Council. This is her third year working with the Inkspot, and she is the Editor-in-Chief. On the weekends I enjoy hanging out with friends and watching movies. I am interested in learning about different cultures and beliefs. In my free time, I enjoy reading books.

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Fresh off the Press: Episode Two - Teacher shortage crisis [podcast]

Fresh off the Press: Episode Two – Teacher shortage crisis [podcast]

Shae Simmons and Evie Snoeyink sit down with Mrs. Jennifer Renchen from the ISU college of Arts and Sciences to discuss the recent teacher shortage crisis.
January 30, 2020
Mrs. Cheryl Koth of the Foreign Language department teaches a French class the grammatical rules of the language. Koth’s time in front of the classroom is winding down as she is set to retire from a 22 year teaching career at the end of the semester.

Language of life

February 1, 2019
Mrs. Cathe Carter reviews a problem on the SmartBoard in her 3rd hour Honors Geometry class during her last semester teaching at NCHS.

Negative times negative = positive

Despite personal setbacks, retiring math teacher known for positive attitude
February 1, 2019
Three new courses available next school year

Three new courses available next school year

Preview of the new classes for 2019-2020 school year
December 10, 2018
Dr. Walker helps guide his students as they go through a lab.

A traveling journey

NCHS and NCWHS Teacher’s journey from Jamaica extends to the States
November 20, 2018
The American flag stands outside the doors of NCHS. The stars and stripes are symbolic of the democratic ideals that are fading today.

Opinion: Cry for unity

Nation needs to start listening, start compromising
November 20, 2018
Mr. Matt Embersons Material Applications and Processes class learns how to do a Concrete Lab.

STEM stuck in bloom

High school STEM classes face a shortage in female students
October 5, 2018

Shakespeare Shorts Photo Gallery

Four high school students worked hard to put on short versions of Shakespeare plays, called Shakespeare Shorts.
May 22, 2018
Blooming Corsages

Blooming Corsages

How to pick out the right corsage
February 16, 2018
Henry working with an athlete to get her back to 100 percent.

Behind the game

A look at the athletic trainers at NCHS
January 12, 2018
The 300 word series is inspired by Brady Denniss St. Petersburg Times column.

300 Words: A new world

December 14, 2017
Ms. Jeanne Urbance will retire at the end of the 2017-2018 school year. Take a look at Urbance through the years (and through yearbook photos). Clockwise from upper left: 1984; 1993; 1999: 2000; 2009; 2017.

Teacher tribute

Urbance’s years as a teacher come to a close as she will retire at the end of the school year
November 7, 2017
Mr. Trevor Chapman, after Mr. Dave Bollmanns retirement, addresses the student body during the all school assembly. Chapmans duties as NCHS principal began during the summer, but this was his first day as NCHS principal with students in attendance.

New principal, new changes

Trevor Chapman takes on role of principal; NCHS reacts to new leadership
October 19, 2017
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