Student moderator receives award for service

On March 31, Student Moderator Gerard Kissel, received the Outstanding Service Award from the Katie Haumesser Foundation. Kissel was nominated for this award by Susan Haumesser, Katie’s mother, who was always impressed with how well Kissel worked with the students while Katie was at McNicholas. The Katie Haumesser Foundation was formed in 2006 after Katie, … More Student moderator receives award for service

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Students hunger for books during Reading Week

From April 23-27, McNicholas High School celebrated its annual reading week. The theme of the week was “Hunger for Books” from the best-selling trilogy The Hunger Games. Each day throughout the week, the library and English classes hosted games, raffle drawings, and trivia contests for students. Students won prizes such as gift cards and posters. … More Students hunger for books during Reading Week

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OGT: Sophomores shouldn’t stress

McNicholas High School students are required to pass the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) before graduating. The OGT, which is first given to students as sophomores,  will be taken March 12-16. The Ohio Graduation Test is a standardized test that has five parts to it: Reading, Science, Math, Writing, and Social Studies. Sophomores are given OGT … More OGT: Sophomores shouldn’t stress

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McNicholas volunteers help create Cemetery of Innocents at IHM

On Saturday, Mar. 3 at 10 a.m., the McNicholas Respect Life Club and volunteers set up the annual Cemetery of Innocents at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish. Over 4,000 crosses were placed in the grass area around the parish. IHM was happy about the turnout of volunteers who participated in the set up.  “The … More McNicholas volunteers help create Cemetery of Innocents at IHM

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