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When record-breaking rain flooded Humphreys County, leaving thousands of families without even the most basic needs, the giving spirit of the Eagles was overwhelming. Nashville Christian families were eager to show their support, so faculty and staff prepared to accept donations during drop off and pick up. The halls of NCS were overflowing with dry goods, cleaning supplies, paper products, clothing, diapers and so much more!
The family of one of our football players was devasted by the flooding with the loss of two family members and multiple homes. Our 5th and 6th grade football team huddled up to raise funds to support that family, and together they gave more than $4,500!
We were able to take multiple truckloads of supplies to various locations throughout the Waverly and Dickson areas. Special thanks to Coach Brothers and Mrs. Brasel for leading the effort to collect these supplies and deliver them where they were needed, and to the Kubiak family for helping us transport the supplies.
Thanks to everyone in the Nashville Christian community for your support of the recovery effort for those affected by the flooding in Humphreys County. We are NC!
This year, we are celebrating 50 years of Nashville Christian School, but in that 50 years, we have never hosted a cross country meet…until now! On Tuesday, August 17th, our athletic dept hosted our first dual cross country meet for middle school with Providence Christian Academy. Our campus provides a great two-mile course, though definitely challenging with several hills. Eighth grader Sawyer Binkley was the individual winner with a time of 13:10.
Our goal is to host additional cross country events, and our next host meet with be August 24th with Goodpasture. Special thanks to the many parents and student volunteers who helped make it successful, and to Varsity Cross Country Coach Colin Wright who ran in to the finish with the final runner, encouraging him all along the way. We are NC!
On April 27, we had five athletes participate in the Great 8 Invitational Track Meet. Since 2000, the Great 8 Invitational has seen the best eight high school athletes from middle Tennessee in each event duke it out. There is only one section of each event, so making this meet is a real badge of honor. Coach Ronnie Seigenthaler said, "Everyone that was in the competition did well. We were honored and excited to be in a position to qualify for this elite meet. We jumped well and ran well into a strong headwind. Our times were good considering the windy conditions. This meet hopefully sets us up to do well in the region in a couple of weeks. All in all it was a great night for NCS track and field." Here's how we finished:
100m : Deion King placed 7th (11.36)
200m : Jaelyn Marsh placed 6th (22.78)
4 x 100m : Deion King, Jamel King, Jaelyn Marsh, Donovan Smith placed 5th (43.21)
High Jump : Carson Guthrie placed 6th (6-00.00)
Great job Eagles! We are proud of you!
Friday, April 16th was Titanic day in Mrs. Coradazzi’s class! They debated the ethics of taking artifacts up from the ship, researched passengers, and calculated wages of the people who worked on the boat. They finished the day with tea. The students chose from the menu given to the first class and second class passengers.