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     Final Report Cards 
    Final report cards will be mailed to parents on Tuesday, May 30th. Please note that students must pay all fees and cafeteria fines in order to receive their final report card. The report cards of students who have outstanding bills will remain at the school. However, parents may pay fees/fines during the summer in the front office and retrieve report cards at that time. Parents are encourged to monitor student progress via Parent Command.  
     
     
     
     
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  • Summer School 2017

    Summer Remediation and Summer School

    Summer Remediation will be held for 4th grade and 8th grade students in June at Natalbany Middle School. Students who need to participate in Summer Remediation will receive parent letters. 

     

    Summer School will take place at the Tangipahoa Alternative Programs School on Crystal Street. The program is for junior high and high school students. Registration will occur on June 1st and June 2nd at the TASP campus. 

     

     

     

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  • BreakoutEDU

    Bunny Trouble Breakout Box Activity

    Mrs. Grace's 3rd grade class worked to break Ralph the bunny out of the Breakout box.  Students participated in a student-centered,  inquiry based lesson and  worked in teams to problem solve and think critically as they solved clues to unlock a series of locks. Students covered skills such as expanded notation, vocabulary, sorting, completing puzzles, and research using QR codes as well as the internet.

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    Nesom Cheerleaders Perform in Houston

    Nesom cheerleaders performed in the Thanksgiving Day Parade in Houston, TX this year. They performed with over 300 other cheerleaders and dancers from all over the USA. Pictured from the right are Alexis Coffey, Mary Woods, Savannah Woods (Captian), Hanna Pelligrin (Co-Captain), and Haley Oliphant.

     

     

     

     

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  • Nesom Nesom Gives Back through Pink Out Day 

    Students, teachers, and staff members participated in Pink Out Day on Friday, October 21st in support of Breast Cancer Awareness and Prevention month. Staff member, Brynisha Faust, designed gorgeous bright pink t-shirts and everyone looked great wearing them.  All proceeds are going to the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life. Way to go Nesom superstars!

     

     

     

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    Krispy Kreme Doughnut Fundraiser Top Selling Winners

    Congratulations to our top selling Krispy Kreme Doughnut fundraiser winners! They received a Samsung tablet for their participation. Proceeds from the fundraiser will be utilized to purchase outdoor play equipment for our students. Pictured above are: Shakira Nixon and her mother; Quincy Butler and his parents; and Ali Crowe and her mother. Way to go Nesom superstars!

     

     

     

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  • Thank You For Your Generous Support!

    Thank You for the Donations!

    Nesom received a wealth of school supplies and curriculum resources from many generous donors across the nation. We are truly grateful for their kindness. We would like to thank the following individuals and organizations for their support:

     

    APEL, Mr. Billy Douglas, Ms. Cindy Baucum, Dr. Charles Burgess, Church of the King Mandeville, Christian Tabernacle of Holiness, Cotton Logistics, Damascus Road Ministries, Ms. Jane M. Debatty and Students from Longview Elementary School, Ms. Erin Hill Ryals and the 6th Grade Student Council and Beta Club of West Jones Elementary School, Gulf States Quilting Association, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Head, Jessie's Girls of Quilters, Mr. Ray and Mrs. Paula Matthews, Mandeville Middle School, Ms. Pat McVoy, The Nesom Bed and Breakfast House, Our Lady of Pompeii Catholic Church, Ms. Ruth Pearson, Stitches of Love, Southeastern Louisiana University Teaching and Learning Department, The Town of Columbia, MS, Walgreens of Columbia, Wal-Mart of Columbia, Wal-Mart of McComb, Ms. Judy Weldon, Wiser Travel, and WYES/PBS New Orleans

     

     

     

     

     

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  • NES Clifford

    Clifford the BIG Red Dog Visits Nesom for PBIS Rewards' Day

    WYES/PBS New Orleans brought Clifford the BIG Red Dog to Nesom Memorial School to kick off the First Six Weeks PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention Support) Rewards' Day. Students in grades Pre K through 2nd participated in a special assembly and listened to the story, Clifford's Good Deeds. Following story time, students and teachers had an opportunity to visit with Clifford the BIG Red Dog. Nesom would like to thank Ms. Monica Turner from WYES/PBS New Orleans. Pictured in the photograph above are: Ms. Lynda Milazzo, Kindergarten teacher and team leader; Clifford the BIG Red Dog; Ms. Courtney Crozier, Kindergarten teacher; and Ms. Heather Catalanatto, Kindergarten teacher.  

     

     

     

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  • Picnic Tables

    Nesom Memorial School Partners with Independence High School

    Independence High School and Nesom Memorial School recently worked together on beautifying Nesom's outdoor space. IHS's Carpentry and Agriculture classes constructed picnic tables and benches for Nesom's courtyard. A special thank you goes to Mr. Frank Fekete and his students for their pristine and exceptional craftsmanship. Nesom would also like to thank IHS's principal, Mrs. Chasity Collier!

     

     

     

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  • Carpool Map

     Carpool Map

    For the safety of our students, please view the map and follow the appropriate route according to your child's grade. Older students with siblings in Pre K or K will be allowed to be picked up in the Pre K and K carpool line. Students have been given carpool tags.  Please have the carpool tags visible as you approach the pick up area.

     

     

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Nesom Memorial School celebrated its first Grandparent's Day on Friday, September 9th. Invitations were sent out to grandparents. There were over 100 grandparents in attendance for grades Pre-K through 4th.  Grandparents and students participated in fun and engaging Literacy activities. Pictured in the above slideshow is Mrs. Grace's 3rd grade class. Mrs. Grace read "How to Babysit a Grandma", then students and grandparents made a picture frame and took "twin" photographs as shown in the book. The event was a huge success! 
Today is Saturday, May 27, 2017

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