NJHS Student All-Stars for the month of November
7th grade-Abby DuBois
8th grade-William Gassmann

Kindness Award winners for the weeks of October 26-November 5

K-Peyton Isernhagen, Ella Woodyard and Ethan Enfield
1-Hadassah Vanderveer and Adriana Winters
2-Cody Wait and Braylin Pettit
3-Tom Tyrrell and Gavin Braun
4-Alex Brown and Wade David
5-Colby Menagh, Avery Porter and McKenzi Hartwell
6-Catherine Hall and Coleton Frack

Junior High Basketball Postponed

Tonights Jr. High Basketball game at Phillipsburg has been postponed to a later date because of potentially bad weather. 


Because of the change with the playoff football game schedule the first night of the fall play will be on Friday, November 13, at 7:30 pm instead of Saturday night. The second performance will still be on Sunday afternoon, November 15, at 2:30 pm. 




Ronda Friend Visits Eisenhower!

Ronda Friend entertainer and author visited with the students of Eisenhower elementary on Monday, November 9. It was a great program!
 Ronda Friend working with the students!
 Staff members rocking with Ronda!

Sectional Football Game

The Bluejays will play at Wichita Collegiate on Saturday, November 14, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. Wichita Collegiate school is at 1221 N. Webb Road, Wichita, Kansas.

Starting Time for Saturday's Football Game

Saturday's Playoff football game at Scott City will start at 3:00 p.m.  Remember passes are not good at playoff games. Good luck to the Bluejays!

Kindergarten Performs for Whispering Pine Residents

The kindergarten kids went all out during their visit with Whispering Pine's residents. The teachers went all out as well dressed as "Fly Guy"!

BiDistrict Football

Time Change

The Bidistrict football game here at Norton Community High School will be played at 6:00 pm instead of 7:00 pm, on Tuesday, November 3. We want to remind you that passes do not work for KSHSAA playoff activities. 

Preschool Jack-O-Lanterns

The Eisenhower Elementary Early Childhood Preschool carved Jack-O-Lanterns as part of the class on Wednesday. The students have been learning about pumpkins in class and no had the opportunity to see their favorite pumpkin carved into a scary Jack-O-Lantern. Miss Darcie got the job of being the official pumpkin carver for this year. Mrs. Lindquist and the class agreed that she did a great job! While the pumpkin was carved the students worked on their colors and their counting skills. We are including some pictures of the fun that the morning Preschool class had.

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