Roll the dice over to the spring showing of Guys and Dolls

For this year’s musical, the McNicholas Thespians will present the classic Guys and Dolls Thursday, March 10 – Saturday, March 12 at the Anderson Center. The show has been performed on the McNicholas stage in the past, but this will be the first time it has been performed under the direction of theater teacher Teresa … More Roll the dice over to the spring showing of Guys and Dolls

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Engineering among McNick’s emerging course

Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during H bell, math teacher Steve Dalton trades Calculus and Algebra II for engineering. The engineering course was added to McNicholas High school’s curriculum approximately six years ago from an idea proposed by then Science Department Chair Regina Goines and was then started and taught by current IT teacher Jolene … More Engineering among McNick’s emerging course

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Mardi Gras 2022: Seven questions with Maid, Captain

Just a few days ago, the McNicholas gym and lobby was transformed into a “City Shining on a Hill” to celebrate this year’s 70th Mardi Gras Pageant and Dance. In 2021, the celebration was limited to a pageant only, but for 2022, the dance returned for students. Due to Covid 19, the pageant was optional … More Mardi Gras 2022: Seven questions with Maid, Captain

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Catholic Schools Week only three days due to ice storm

McNicholas kicked Catholic Schools week off on January 31. Catholic Schools week is a week-long celebration for Catholic Schools and their education. Each day of the week had a theme, teacher/subject appreciation, and activities during lunches. The main themes for the 2022 Catholic Schools Week were “faith, excellence, and service.”   On Monday January 31, McNick … More Catholic Schools Week only three days due to ice storm

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