Volume 24 | January 19, 2018
10550 Ray Road, Ponte Vedra, FL 32082                           904-547-8300 - Main Office

Office Hours: 8:30a.m. to 4:45p.m.
Teacher Work Hours: 8:30a.m. to 4p.m.
Message from Mrs. Kunze & Announcements
Report cards are available to view on HAC. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the teacher first. If your child has failed (F earned) a first semester course, please tell him/her not to give up. At the end of the year the 2 semester grades can be averaged together. All students wanting to improve their grades are encouraged to seek help from their teachers during EXCEL time.

Yesterday we rewarded 1,500 students who did not receive a tardy during 2nd quarter with hot chocolate and a candy cane. Keep up the fabulous work!

Did you know that Nease IB students started a partnership with The Webster School in St Augustine a few years ago? Our students pack food (Blessings in a backpack) every Thursday morning and deliver to The Webster School for students who need meals for the weekend. All of the food is purchased with funds generated from the SOUPer Bowl event. This year Nease will host the 3rd Annual SOUPer Bowl on Thursday, February 1st at 6pm in Nease's cafeteria. For $25 you will receive a pottery bowl made by an art student, sample delicious soups from 22 fabulous restaurants, and provide funds to feed children on the weekends for an entire year. Please show your support for this worthwhile cause by purchasing a ticket now. guestli.st/481494 

Schools were asked by the Department of Health to send a letter to parents regarding the flu. Please take a few minutes to read. Influenza letter Thank you.

Course recommendations went home with current juniors today. Please review these recommendations this weekend with your child to make decisions for next year. The guidance counselors will be visiting English classrooms next week to meet with juniors.

Welcome 2018! This coming Tuesday January 23, 2018 Ms. Jennifer from First Coast Technical College will be at our Nease Excel period. First Coast Technical College continues to be a leader in helping people get a jump start on their career and in their post-secondary journey towards a degree with less debt!!!! Want to know more? If anyone has any questions about First Coast Technical College’s Dual Enrollment or full program options please speak to Ms Jennifer this coming Tuesday January 23 rd .

For Seniors ONLY:
Grad Bash is a once-in-a-lifetime, rite-of- passage celebration for high school seniors. Seniors will enjoy an exciting night with their friends in Florida’s only grad celebration with exclusive, private access to thrilling rides and attractions. Plus, there’s a live concert with one of today's hottest acts, live DJs, street entertainment, and more. Limited number of tickets still available so see Mrs. Gledhill today to reserve your spot! Cost is $125 with a $25 deposit due now and the balance due February 15 th

Seniors!  Please stop by Ms. O’Quinn’s room, Panther Hall #234 to pay your $55 Senior dues and pick up your 2018 Senior t-shirt today! If you have already paid your dues but have not received a shirt, please see Ms. O’Quinn during Excel “A” this week. 

We would like to invite everyone to attend the Annual Miss Nease Scholarship Competition next Friday , January 26th at 7:30pm in the auditorium. Tickets are $10 at the door.

All students who took the PSAT in October will receive their test booklet back in English on Wednesday, January 17th. CollegeBoard provides guidance counselors with information to share with current 10th graders about the score report and how to use the data to prepare for the SAT.
  • Thursday, January 18th 4th period teachers of 10th graders in English, Math, World Language and PE will escort their 10th graders to the PAC during Wired time for Guidance to present their PSAT information.
  • Tuesday, January 23rd 4th period teachers of 10th Graders in Social Studies and Science, the Arts, and Virtual Lab will escort their 10th graders to the PAC during Wired time for Guidance to present their PSAT score information.

Registration for Career Academies has now started. Students currently in 8th and 9th grade can apply for an academy. Academy Registration Timeline

1 week left to purchase Nease Spiritwear Featuring Nease’s NEW Logo
Choose from a variety of items including car magnet, t-shirts, sweatshirt, softball shirt and ladies lightweight hoodie – all with the NEW Nease logo! The PTSO is coordinating a webstore (now through 1/29) through a local vendor and all Nease profits will go to the PTSO, which supports the school, teachers and students: http://shop.crowleyprinting.com/Nease-High-School-Spiritwear_c93.htm  

Here’s how it works: Go to the webstore, order the items you want (chose color and size) and pay online. The webstore closes on 1/29 and items will be distributed to students by the Nease PTSO the week of 2/12. The PTSO will coordinate another webstore sale in August.


GOT SNEAKERS?  The Nease High School Percussion Group is sponsoring a USED Sneaker drive! Starting Monday, January 22nd we will have a collection box in the front office and the band room.  The sneakers collected will be distributed to impoverished nations. We will receive  $1  for every pair of sneakers that we collect. Our goal is 2,000 sneakers! The money earned will help pay for our trip to attend the World Indoor Percussion competition in April. Please elp us get there! THANK YOU!

All make-up Underclass student pictures from Cady Studios have been handed out through your student’s English teacher. Please contact your student’s English teacher to double check if you are missing pictures If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Yearbook Advisor, Holly Farson at Holly.Farson@stjohns.k12.fl.us .

The week of Jan. 22 nd through the 26 th has been designated as “Celebrate Literacy Week” throughout the entire state of Florida. Every school throughout the state has planned activities and events to celebrate literacy and its importance for our students. Please check the media center section below for some of the activities that our students here at Nease will be able to participate in throughout the week.

Policy Reminder:
Students are not checked out after 3:20pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays or Fridays OR after 2:20pm on Wednesdays. If you need to check-out your child early, PLEASE submit the Early Dismissal Form and your child will be waiting for you upon arrival.
If your child will be missing school for any planned reason and you would like to see if the days could be excused, you must submit a Pre-Excused Absence Request Form
Good News!!
Congratulations to the Boys Wrestling Team on their senior night match against Pedro Menendez, where the team won 63 to 3, and all the senior team members won their matches decisively! There will be a home match against Bradford in the Nease Gym on Wednesday the 24 th, at 6 PM.


SURVIVING The SNAKE PIT!!
Nease finished off District play on Friday night with an unblemished record (8-0).
On the road at Middleburg, the Lady Panthers struggled early with miscues and unsuccessful baskets from easy range. With a rowdy home crowd behind them, the Lady Broncos bucked their way to the lead (20-15) after one period of play.
Nease slowly found their game midway through the second period. Hannah Campbell and Stephanie Manherz came off the bench to spark Nease in the second quarter. Both players combined to score 10 of the team's 14 points in the quarter. Hannah also grabbed 5 big boards, as the Lady Panthers headed into the locker room with a one point lead (29-28) at intermission.
Nease used a 19-10 third quarter advantage to increase their lead by double digits (48-38) going into the final period. Clutch free throw shooting in the final quarter (8/9), would keep Middleburg in check the rest of the way, giving Nease (16-3) the well-deserved victory (66-53) and the undefeated, regular season district record.
Camille Hobby (18) and Kiya Turner (15) combined for 33 points to lead three players in double figure scoring, including 10 points from Peyton Carter. Hannah Campbell (8 points) and Camille had equal success on the boards with 7 rebounds each. Kiya proved to be a nuisance on the defensive end also. She collected 9 steals to produce additional offensive possessions for the team. Nease will get some additional time to rest and heal before they host another formiable opponent, 8A Melbourne on Thursday ( 01/18).


Coaches or Team Moms of sports/clubs can email Mrs. Kunze at Lisa.Kunze@stjohns.k12.fl.us by 4pm on Thursdays with any good news for their sport/club. Please use Arial font size 12. Thank you!
Mark your calendar - Important Dates
Report cards can be viewed on HAC at 8:30am this Friday, January 19th.
High School Showcase - Thursday, January 18th
No school for students (Teacher In-service day) - Monday, January 29th
3rd Annual SOUPer Bowl - Thursday, February 1st
Last day of 3rd quarter - Thursday, March 15th
No school for students (Teacher planning day) - Friday, March 16th
Spring Break - Monday, March 26th through Friday, March 30th
SAC News
SAC Chair - Christina Talbot

School Advisory Council dates for 17-18.
As always, this is a public meeting, and all are welcome to attend.

NEW MEETING DATES & TIME
Meetings will be from 8-9am on the following dates.
NO January meeting
February 8th
March 8th
April 12th
May 10th

PTSO News
PTSO Meeting Dates
Meetings start at 2:30pm in Panther Hall


January 16
February 13th





Interested in writing a birthday or congratulation message to your child on the marquee? Complete the form and submit to main office for PTSO ONE week PRIOR to the message appearing on the marquee.

Testing
Testing Coordinator - Cynthia Messenger Email - Cynthia.Messenger@stjohns.k12.fl.us


Attached is the AP/IB testing calendar for May. The dates and times of these exams are set by outside agencies and we cannot change them. PLEASE do not schedule appointments or vacations during this time.

College Visits
The following colleges/universities will be visiting our campus in January:

o   Tuesday, January 23 - UNF, 12:30-1:00, Front Office Conference Room 104

Juniors and seniors, sign up using Naviance for college visits. Print out the confirmation page to use as your pass. You must get permission to be out of class BEFORE you go to the visit. 
IB News
  • The presentation from the course scheduling meeting held this past Tuesday, as well as the planning worksheet, can be found here.
  • Please buy your tickets for the SOUPer Bowl. We look forward to having a fun evening.
  • Mrs. Kennedy will be visiting the English classrooms in January/early February to work on scheduling with students for the 2018-2019 school year. Information regarding classes will be sent home prior so family discussions can take place. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Kennedy. 
  • Academy registration for the 2018-2019 school year opened on January 18th. If you are a current 9th grader interested in IB and would like to apply, please register via your HAC account. Teacher recommendations from your teachers of the 4 core subjects can be found here. All registration and forms must be submitted by February 8th.

Seniors
  • The presentation from the New York meeting will be sent via email to you.
  • Please make sure your permission slips and medical forms for NYC are turned in not later than Tuesday, January 23 to Mrs. Kennedy’s office.
  • Your last meeting with your EE supervisor is due next week! Please make sure you touch base with your supervisor as soon as possible to schedule your meeting.
  • Upcoming Scholarship Deadlines:
  • See link above with directions as to how to submit your request for nomination.
  • NROTC Scholarships (no nomination needed)- Due by Jan. 31st
  • James Day Track & Field Scholarship (no nomination needed)- Due by Feb. 1st
  • Army ROTC Scholarships (no nomination needed)- Due by Feb. 4th
  • NE Florida Engineering Week- Due by Feb. 5th

Juniors
  • Mrs. Kennedy will be in the Juniors’ English Class on January 24th & 25th for 2018-2019 class registration.
  • Please make sure you have marked your calendar for the SOUPer Bowl on February 1st, from 6:00-8:00. This is our Junior Class Service Project. 

Sophomores
  • Mrs. Kennedy will be in the sophomores’ English Class on January 30th, 31st & February 1st, & 2nd for 2018-2019 class registration.
  • Attention sophomores, applications are now being taken for Youth Leadership St. Johns. To learn more about the program, go to http://www.flaglerhospital.org and click on “about us” and choose Youth Leadership St. Johns, Applications are due March. 8th 2018. Please see Mrs. Kennedy if you have any questions.

Freshman
  • Mrs. Kennedy will be in the freshmen English Class on February 6th, 8th & 9th for 2018-2019 class registration.


Academy News
For the latest Nease Academy News, check out the January edition of the monthly Career Academy Newsletter:


If you have any questions or concerns about Nease’s Academy of Hospitality & Tourism, Communications Academy, or the Stellar Academy of Engineering, please contact Jaime Combs, Academy Coordinator, at Jaime.combs@stjohns.k12.fl.us
Guidance News
Guidance Distribution:
A through De Mrs. Vartanian - Cynthia.Vartanian@stjohns.K12.fl.us
Di through J Mrs. Gibss - DErica.Gibbs@stjohns.k12.fl.us
K through M Ms. Mayor - Vanessa.Mayor@stjohns.k12.fl.us
N through Se Mrs. Gledhill - Michel.Gledhill@stjohns.k12.fl.us
Sh through Z Mrs. Harden - Daphne.Harden@stjohns.k12.fl.us

Please contact your child's counselor if you need to schedule a parent/teacher conference with all of your child's teachers. If you just need to meet with one teacher, please contact the teacher directly.


SAT and ACT prep courses available at Nease.

2018-2019 Class Scheduling
On Monday January 22, 2018 we will begin the class selection process for the 2018-2019 school year. School Counselors will be going into the English classrooms to meet individually with each student to go over their academic and elective course selections. Please send any questions that you have with your students so they can be addressed at that time. We look forward to working with your students and making this as smooth of a process as possible.


Community Service Opportunity
We are looking forward to the Character Counts! run/walk on Saturday, Feb 3 rd , and are hoping that you can join us and take a very special part. High school student volunteers will be placed along the race route, and will be cheering on the runners. As many of you know, this makes the event fun, and also makes a huge difference for the runners! You will receive verification for service hours at the end of the morning, and our appreciation for a job well done. The only things you need to do are: 
1) Send an email showing that you will be there to ( Cheryl.Freeman@stjohns.k12.fl.us )
2) Make a poster for the event that you can use to cheer on the runners (more about that in a few days)
3) Show up at the event. 

Below are race details.
Date:                          Saturday, February 3, 2017
Time:                         7:45 – 10:45 a.m.
Location:                   Palencia Elementary School, 355 Palencia Village Drive, St. Augustine, FL 32095



Do you need help in your courses? Are you tired of the overpriced private tutors that charge $50 an hour? Not only that, but they also probably haven't seen a high school curriculum in years. At Top Tier Learning we have a qualified team of students, including 2 National Merit Semifinalists. We are 100% student run and tutors have excelled in the classes they teach. If you don't want to dive headfirst into a lesson package, no worries! We also offer $10 trial lessons. You decide where you meet and how often you want tutoring. 
If you have any questions feel free to email us at:
For more information on our branch managers and tutors, you can visit our branch website at:
Media Center
Media Specialist: Carolyn Milian
Media Para: Lorna Patterson

The week of Jan. 22 nd through the 26 th has been designated as “Celebrate Literacy Week” throughout the entire state of Florida. Every school throughout the state has planned activities and events to celebrate literacy and its importance for our students. Here are some of the activities that our students here at Nease will be able to participate in throughout the week:

·          Book Poster contest – students are asked to REDESIGN the cover/jacket of their favorite book. Students participating in this contest should see me in the media center for construction paper. The following prizes will be awarded at each grade level:  3 rd place – pizza lunch with a friend and a free book/ 2 nd place - $10 Starbucks gift card and a free book/ 1 st place - $15 Starbucks gift card, pizza lunch with a friend, and a free book!  All posters will be due by Friday, Jan. 26 th . 

·          Door decorating contest – 4 th period classes are being asked to decorate your classroom door in the theme/cover of their favorite book. The class with the best/most creative door will win their choice of donuts, ice cream, or cupcakes and the teacher wins a “special prize”too!  Doors must be finished by Friday, Jan. 26 th . 

·          Mystery Reader of the Day – each day on Wired, a faculty member will read a few lines of their favorite book/poem. As soon as he/she is done, the first student to get to the media center and correctly identify the reader will win a “treat”! J

·          Got Caught Reading – during lunches a few days next week, administrators/faculty members will be handing out candies to students “caught reading” during lunch/Excel time. J This will be very random! 

·          Character Dress Up dayFriday, Jan. 26 th – students (and faculty) are asked to “ dress up” as their favorite literary character.  Students MUST be in dress code. No weapons or masks are allowed at all. J I’ll be walking around between classes and during lunch that day handing out random prizes and tickets for a “random giveaway” in the media center!  


If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at carolyn.milian@stjohns.k12.fl.us or
call 547-8367. Have a great weekend and don’t forget to READ-READ-READ!! 
Seniors Only
For Seniors ONLY:
Grad Bash is a once-in-a-lifetime, rite-of- passage celebration for high school seniors. Seniors will enjoy an exciting night with their friends in Florida’s only grad celebration with exclusive, private access to thrilling rides and attractions. Plus, there’s a live concert with one of today's hottest acts, live DJs, street entertainment, and more. Limited number of tickets still available so see Mrs. Gledhill today to reserve your spot! Cost is $125 with a $25 deposit due now and the balance due February 15 th

Seniors! Please stop by Ms. O’Quinn’s room, Panther Hall #234 to pay your $55 Senior dues and pick up your 2018 Senior t-shirt today! If you have already paid your dues but have not received a shirt, please see Ms. O’Quinn during Excel “A” this week. 



The Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach Sunset is a member of Rotary International,
an organization of business and professional people dedicated to humanitarian
service and international understanding.
The Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach Sunset Foundation will be awarding a $1,000
scholarship to a junior or senior from Allen D. Nease High School, that has demonstrated 
an outstanding commitment to community service and exemplifies the Rotary motto,
"Service Above Self".  
The student should be planning to attend a four-year college, a two year college, a trade
school or a vocational / technical school with a program of study of one year or longer.
Immediate relatives of Rotarians are not eligible for this scholarship.
All applications should be mailed to: Cynthia King, President
                                                                 The Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach Sunset
                                  P.O.Box 612
                                  Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32004    
                                                              
Completed applications must be received on or before  March 3, 2018 . Any applications
received after the deadline will NOT be considered. The "Service Above Self Scholarship Winner"
will be announced on or before  April 7, 2018.




2017-18 NHS Scholarship Application Procedures
The application process for the NHS Scholarship Program is administered online by
International Scholarship and Tuition Services (ISTS.) The deadline to complete and submit
the student portion of the application form is January 30, 2018. The deadline to submit
recommendations and certifications is February 5, 2018.
Advisers: Please distribute these procedures to each applicant and the school principal.
Students:
  • Create an account on the ISTS website at https://aim.applyists.net/NHS. If prompted,
enter program key `NHS.’
  • Complete the student portion of the application. You can make changes to your
application until January 30, 2018. The student portion of the form will be read-only
after January 30.
  • You must have three recommendations to complete the application process. On the
recommendations tab, enter the name and e-mail address of your NHS adviser, school
principal, and a third faculty member for the corresponding recommendation requests.
The third recommendation must be submitted by another faculty members (i.e. guidance
counselor, coach, assistant principal, etc.)
  • ISTS will send an automated e-mail to each individual with instructions and a code to
complete their verifications. Please be sure you’ve entered the correct email addresses,
and verify receipt with each individual.
  • Prior to February 5, confirm that all three individuals have completed their
recommendations. You can log into your account at any time to check the status of your
application. Applicants are responsible for verifying completion of their application by
the established deadlines. Applications missing recommendations are considered
incomplete.
  • Troubleshooting: Applicants also have the option to print a hardcopy of the recommendation
request and provide to recommenders if there are any issues receiving the email from ISTS.
For assistance: If you experience any problems with the online process, please refer to the
FAQs section of your application, or contact ISTS at 855-670-4787 or
ContactUs@applyISTS.com. ALL technical issues must be forwarded to ISTS.


ATTENTION SENIORS!!!!!!!!
The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program has helped more than 725,000 Florida students attend a postsecondary institution. The application process opens on October 1, 2017.

Step 1 : Go to www.FloridaStudentFinancialAid.org/SSFAD/bf to find out how to qualify for Bright Futures.

Step 2: Go to www.FloridaStudentFinancialAid.org and submit a completed error free Initial Student Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA) during your last year of high school.

The 2017-2018 Bright Futures Student Handbook: Initial Eligibility Requirements can be found at the following link:


There is a community service requirement for the Bright Futures Scholarship Program awards. If you have community service hours that you have not turn in to your School Counselor, please turn them in so they can be entered into the system. There is a community service form available on the Nease website under the Guidance department link.



CAP and GOWN
LAST DAY to pay for senior orders - Thursday, February 22nd.
Senior delivery date - Thursday, March 8th for last names A-L
Friday, March 9th for last names M-Z


Graduation Rehearsal (REQUIRED) - Thursday, May 17th from 10am to 12pm at UNF Arena
Graduation - Monday, May 21st at 7pm at UNF Arena
Happenings at Nease this week

Monday, January 22nd
  • 6:30pm - YMCA Youth in Government in B-103
  • HOME: 6pm - V Girls Soccer vs Middleburg

Tuesday, January 23rd
  • EXCEL: FCTC on campus to answer questions
  • EXCEL: Link Crew meeting in the gym
  • EXCEL: 10th grade presentation for PSAT
  • 12:30pm - College Visit - UNF in conf room 104 in main office
  • 1pm - SOUPer Bowl committee meeting
  • AWAY: 5:30pm - JV/V Boys Soccer at Fletcher HS

Wednesday, January 24th
  • AWAY: 5:30pm - V Girls Soccer at Bartram Trail HS
  • HOME: 6pm - Wresting vs Bradford
  • District Teacher of the Year Banquet

Thursday, January 25th
  • EXCEL: club pictures (list will be posted)
  • HOME: 6pm - JV/V Boys Basketball vs St Augustine HS

Friday, January 26th
  • Chorus FT to Stetson
  • IB Jr FT to UNF Library
  • Miss Nease FT for interviews
  • 7:30pm - Miss Nease Scholarship Competition
  • AWAY: 11:30am - Wrestling at North Bay Haven in Panama City
  • AWAY; 5:30pm - V Girls Soccer vs Bartram Trail HS
  • HOME: 6pm - JV/V Boys Basketball vs St Joseph

Saturday, January 27th
  • Girls Basketball conference game - TBA
  • Indoor Percussion Ensemble in Orlando
  • NJROTC Brain Brawl at Bishop Kenny
  • NJROTC Area 12 Championship Shoulder to Shoulder meet in Anniston, AL
  • 6pm - JV/V Boys Basketball at Wolfson HS

Sunday, January 28th
  • National Dance Competition for Pantherettes in Kissimmee

Student Life
Community Service Opportunity
We are looking forward to the Character Counts! run/walk on Saturday, Feb 3 rd, and are hoping that you can join us and take a very special part. High school student volunteers will be placed along the race route, and will be cheering on the runners. As many of you know, this makes the event fun, and also makes a huge difference for the runners! You will receive verification for service hours at the end of the morning, and our appreciation for a job well done. The only things you need to do are: 
1) Send an email showing that you will be there to ( Cheryl.Freeman@stjohns.k12.fl.us)
2) Make a poster for the event that you can use to cheer on the runners (more about that in a few days)
3) Show up at the event. 

Below are race details.
Date:                          Saturday, February 3, 2017
Time:                         7:45 – 10:45 a.m.
Location:                   Palencia Elementary School, 355 Palencia Village Drive, St. Augustine, FL 32095



Great Decisions, brought to us by World Affairs Council Jacksonville http://www.worldaffairscounciljax.org, is a non-partisan high school enrichment program on foreign affairs that fosters critical-thinking, conversation and decision-making skills. College professors and high school teachers co-facilitate the monthly sessions at school, and encourage students to drive the conversation, ask questions and share opinions. Additionally, interactive program components off campus provide students the opportunity to apply their skills and knowledge in peer discussions. For content information see http://www.fpa.org/great_decisions

If interested, please join the Schoology group, “Great Decisions Nease” access code 5VTWW-9SNBQ. All events and opportunities will be announced through that Schoology group.

Please note that Great Decisions, The World Affairs Council of Jacksonville, and the Foreign Policy Association are not officially affiliated with Nease High School nor with the Saint Johns County School District. They offer these timely and relevant events to the community free of charge, and I believe they are valuable because they bear on the material taught in many of the courses here at Nease.

Contact me (Mr. Smith) at Nease for more information H.A.SMITH@STJOHNS.K12.FL.US
Nease Clubs
Attached is a list of clubs at Nease High School with Sponsor's name, meeting location, and meeting date/time. If you have any questions, please contact the Club Sponsor.

 
Nease Athletics
Nease has 24 sports teams for students to join. There are fees to participate in sports with a one-time athletic fee per year.

Fall Sports - Start date of July 31st 
Cross Country - Boys & Girls - Coach Ted DeVos
Football - Coach Tim Krause
Golf-Boys - Coach Michael Kypriss
Golf-Girls - Coach Bobbie Beattie
Swim - Coach Gustavo Calado
Volleyball - Coach Don Watson

Winter Sports 
Basketball - Girls - Coach Sherri Anthony - Start date of Oct 30th 
Basketball - Boys - Coach Josh Bailen - Start date of Nov 6th 
Competitive Cheerleading - Coach Melissa Fraum - Start date of Oct 9th - tryouts were April 25th 
Soccer - Boys - Coach Fred Hallett - Start date of Oct 23rd 
Soccer - Girls - Coach Jay Shepherd - Start date of Oct 16th 
Weightlifting - Girls - Coach Tim Dennis - Start date of Oct 9th
Wrestling - Coach Craig Muckle - Start date of Nov 6th 

Spring Sports
Baseball - Coach Jerimiah Klosterman - Start date of Jan 29th 
Lacrosse - Boys - Coach Max Gurowski - Start date of Jan 29th 
Lacrosse - Girls - Coach Tara Cushman - Start date of Jan 29th 
Softball - Open - Start date of Jan 22nd
Tennis - Boys/Girls - Coach Michael Kypriss - Start date of Jan 22nd
Track & Field - Coach Bernie Blue - Start date of Jan 22nd 
Weightlifting - Boys - Open - Start date of Jan 8th 

All of the FHSAA paperwork required for your student to participate in sports at Nease are located on the website under the "Forms" tab. Tryout information is listed on the Nease Athletic website. Paperwork MUST be turned in BEFORE a student can tryout for a team.
 
From the District


If you have an extenuating circumstance and need to request special bus transportation, please click on the link below to read procedures.

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