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Wassup Jags!

 

This entire Wassup Jags WebNews page is written by these students pictured above for all NLMS students.

 

Wassup on the Calendar

 

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Wassup in Art  

 

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You have a chance to share your art with the school and be featured her on Wassup JAGS?  

Rylee Marks is the WINNER for March

Rylee Marks

 

     

 



Wassup in Cubs' Question Corner

How many people in the building have a teaching degree?

answer 78

Congrats!  

TREVOR ROARK is the winner!

Trevor Roark


 

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students coming soon

The first person to email the correct answer gets a prize.


 


Wassup in Student Spotlight

 

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Every month we will be picking one 6th, 7th, and 8th grade student who we think deserves to be recognized for their great behavior and work ethic! Not every student that deserves to be recognized will be, we are very sorry about this. If you are picked once you will not be picked a second time. We want to try and recognize as many students as possible!

 

8th GRADE SPOTLIGHT

Natalie Hoskins

Natalie Hoskins

Natalie says thather favorite thing about the middle school is the wonderful teachers she has been privileged to have. 

What is your least favorite thing about school? -my classes

What do like to do for fun? -soccer
What do you want to do when you grow up? -heart surgeon 
What are you going to miss most about middle school? -nothing
What is your favorite type of music? -pop

 

 

 

 

7th GRADE SPOTLIGHT

Maddie Mastin

 She is a hardworker, works well with others, helps teachers, and other students.

7th grade student

 

6th GRADE SPOTLIGHT

John Begley

John Begley

He is a smart young man that is always polite and respectful. John loves that he can have many varieties of classes with friends now that he is in middle school. He wants to become a land surveyor, and loves to listen to rock music. John maintains consistent A’s and is very hard working. He loves to play soccer and football in his free time. Teachers also remark that John is an excellent role model for his peers. Congratulations John Begley for being an outstanding student and obtaining the student of the month award! 

 

 

 

 

 

Wassup in Sports Spotlight

By: Micah Steely and Nate Bruner

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evan.steely@stu.laurel.kyschools.us

nathaniel.bruner@stu.laurel.kyschools.us

 

Current seasonal sports will recognize the player of the month here on Wassup Jags!  

 

VOLLEYBALL SPOTLIGHT

EMMA SMITH

Emma Smith

 

 

 

What is your favorite part about volleyball? – The teammates.

What are your goals this season – To spike better.

Where do you see your volleyball career going? – I would love to play in high school and in college.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GIRLS SOCCER SPOTLIGHT

Maddie Dagley

Maddie Dagley

 

 

 

What is the best part about soccer? – The thrill of scoring.

What are your goals this season? – To win district and region.

Where do you see your soccer career headed? – Nowhere.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BOYS SOCCER SPOTLIGHT

Johnathan Reed

Johnathan Reed

 

What is your favorite part about soccer? – Beating other teams.

What is your goals this season? – Get all the way to state.

Where do you see your soccer career headed? – I would enjoy playing in high school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Softball SPOTLIGHT

Taylor Jones

Taylor Jones

 

 

What is the best part about softball? – Hitting.

What are your goals this season? – To win state.

Where do you see your soccer career headed? – Down the drain.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baseball SPOTLIGHT

Nathan Sanders

Nathan Sanders

 

 

 

What is your favorite part about baseball? – The hats.

What are your goals this season? – To win state.

Where do you see your career going? – Beyond.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Wassup in text talk

By: Tehya Asher and Tara Brown

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tara.brown@stu.laurel.kyschools.us

tehya.asher@stu.laurel.kyschools.us

 

 

New Article

By: Nathan Sanders and Brandon Smith

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nathan.sanders@stu.laurel.kyschools.us

brandon.smith@stu.laurel.kyschools.us

 

 

Life Hacks

By: Abigail Brown and Angel McQueen

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abigail.brown@stu.laurel.kyschools.us

angel.mcqueen@stu.laurel.kyschools.us

GIRLS: 

Use Tic-Tac boxes for bobby pins.

BOYS::

Put dry tea bags in smelly gym bags or smelly shoes to get rid of the stink.

TEACHERS

Use Velcro to keep dry-erase markers attached to dry-erase boards.

 
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