Technology teachers share ideas on ways to prevent tablet issues

As week six of the first quarter starts, students are settling in to the school year and with that comes issues with tablets. Rob Boese, Director of Technology, offers help for students that have tablet issues. Boese explains the most common tablet issues are touchscreens and touchpad mouse because some students don’t use tablet cases. … More Technology teachers share ideas on ways to prevent tablet issues

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McNicholas dancing to the past for Homecoming 2022

The Rockets are ready to disco the night away at their upcoming 70’s themed homecoming. Saturday night fever has struck as the girls prepare to curl their hair and the boys plan to pop their collars. Most of the McNicholas students are ready for homecoming, but the new freshman might not be aware of its history.  Before … More McNicholas dancing to the past for Homecoming 2022

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C.R.E.W. helps foster the growth of relationships among students

Every day, students spend part of their morning in a program personal to McNicholas called C.R.E.W. Each student is assigned to a mentor teacher along with 10-15 other students. This is the third year this program has found a place in students’ schedules. Students start in a C.R.E.W. specific to freshmen, which they graduate from … More C.R.E.W. helps foster the growth of relationships among students

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Returning students and staff help freshmen and transfers learn unwritten rules

McNicholas High School welcomed students to campus on August 19, 2022. The freshmen and transfer students familiarized themselves with McNick on August 17 and 18 during orientation.  With the recent changes that have been made to the school, there are many things the freshmen and transfer students do not know: the unwritten rules.    Freshman Steven … More Returning students and staff help freshmen and transfers learn unwritten rules

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