The November Bluestreak Leadership Award winner is senior, Tyler Lowe. Tyler is the son of Shannon Beye and Terry Lowe.
Tyler is a Renaissance Scholar. He is unique to the Leadership Club because he does not fit the typical mold of student leaders. He is not particularly involved in extracurricular activities. He is a quiet, unassuming individual who leads by example. He does not prejudge a person or situation, nor does he demand that people see his point of view. He is pleasant, cooperative, and just the nicest guy ever. He consistently does the right thing. For that reason, the teachers of NHS felt he was very deserving of this award. Their comments are given below:
“Tyler is wonderful. He perseveres when assignments are tough. He is polite and fun to talk to. Overall, he is a great kid.”
“Tyler is a great kid and student. He is always very pleasant and upbeat. He is courteous and conscientious. He has a great sense of humor. He is also a student who is ready to work and has his work done. He accomplishes things in class even when the rest of the class is off task. Even if he has a weird relationship with bats.”
“Tyler is a great kid. He always does what is expected of him. He is very polite and it is a pleasure to have him in class.”
“Tyler Lowe is a very polite and respectful person. He is the quiet silent leader! He cares about everyone. Tyler is a positive role model for our students! I love having him in class!!”
“Tyler is a good kid. He works hard and he takes responsibility for himself and follows through on what he needs to do.”
“Tyler is very task-oriented and comes to class prepared to learn. He has a quiet and quirky sense of humor that I really appreciate. So glad to have him in class.”
2017 Wilson County Classic Brackets - updated 1/20/17
Congratulations to Baylor Melchior of Caney for setting a new Wilson County Classic record for most points in a game at 43. The previous record was 37. Cody O'Neill of Neodesha also broke that record in the same game with 39.
The December recipient of the Bluestreak Leadership Award is senior Hannah Newland, the daughter of Justin and Alicia Newland. Hannah is a Renaissance Scholar, Keith Hersh Scholar and a member of National Honor Society. She is a member of the Student Council, Track Team and Volleyball Team. Hannah stays busy in various organizations serving as FFA Secretary, FBLA Treasurer, and Senior Class Vice-President. In other community activities, she serves as the Lucky Horseshoe 4-H President and a member of Catholic Youth Ministries.
Hannah’s teachers provided the following commentaries on her leadership:
“Hannah has class. She steps up and gets the job done. She is smart, hard working and very dependable. She is a leader.”
“Hannah is reliable and works hard to do well. She follows through and participates fully in class. She can be counted on to have something valuable to contribute.”
“Hannah works hard at track practice and show determination to run the long distances. She sets goals to improve herself.”
“Hannah continues to lead through activities and sports while maintaining some adult responsibilities. She is dependable, thoughtful and provides help to anyone who asks. She’s just a great person.”
The North Lawn November Student of the Month is Maggie Chandler. Congratulations, Maggie!
The North Lawn December Student of the Month is Ayden Brooks. Congratulations, Ayden!
2nd Annual Neodesha Community Clean up
The student body of Neodesha High School will conduct a general clean up of the community for any interested individual or busines
There is no cost to the individual or business, this is a free service provided by our student body
Projects could include items such as:
Raking leaves, picking up limbs, planting flowers, washing windows, cleaning flower boxes, etc.
Due to liability issues no project can include the use of ladders or power tools
Any individual or business interested in participating in this project is asked to contact Mr. West at email@example.com or 620-205-8303.
The deadline to sign up is March 24th, and the clean up will be conducted on April 5th
North Lawn Elementary School is celebrating the accomplishment of one student's recent accomplishments. Brenna Stierwalt was honored on Tuesday, October 25th, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Wichita. Dr. Brad Neuenswander, Deputy Commissioner of Education presented Brenna with the 3rd Place Prize in the Kansans Can K-12 Art Competition. Pictured are Dr. Neuenswander, Brenna, parents Randy and Dana Stierwalt, little brother Sam, and Theresa Cote, Senior Administrative Specialist, Division of Learning Services. Congratulations to Brenna for a job well done.
Click on the name of the scholarship below to download the scholarship application template. You should then be able to open the template in Microsoft Word and complete and print the scholarship application.
Community National Bank - must be planning to attend Pittsburg State University
Neodesha Booster Club - must have participated in high school KSHSAA Athletics
Eldred & Frances Newland Scholarship - must be a member of St. Ignatius Catholic Church
Red Cross Blood Drive Scholarship - preference given to blood donators and Student Council members who volunteer at the Blood Drives
Connie Jo Johnson Memorial Scholarship - must attend ICC, Pittsburg State, or Emporia State; preference to business, journalism, or education major