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Spring sports begin today! Parents please view the FamilyID checklist to make sure your student has all the required forms filled out. Students: pick up the blueStudent Billing Clearance Card’and get it signed and returned to the Athletic Office.

There will be a 2-hour Early Release schedule on Thursday, March 2nd due to the start of the 3A Basketball Tournament for NBHS and NBMS Students. School will be dismissed at 1:10. Buses will also run on this schedule.

Congratulations to the NBHS Girls Basketball team for their win over LaGrande last Saturday night! They will now play at Banks High School on March 4th at 7:30pm.

The Boys Basketball team will host a Play-Off game at NBHS against Sutherlin this Friday night, 3/3/17 at 7:00pm.

Opening this Friday night, “All the Kings Women”!   NBHS Hesperian players are proud to present this new, exciting show!   The story of Elvis Presley told through the eyes of 17 women.   Show times in the NBHS Multi-purpose Room: 7:00pm this Friday and Saturday.  Sunday matinee at 2:00pm. Adults $7, Students and seniors $5. $2 off with activity sticker.

The Winter Sports Dessert will be held on Thursday, March 9th, beginning at 6:45pm in the NBHS Gym. Everyone is invited to help celebrate our basketball, bowling, equestrian, cheer, swim and wrestling teams!

Coos Health & Wellness is sponsoring a commercial contest to promote health and well being. The winning team will have their commercial filmed by KCBY and be treated to a pizza party. The winning team's high school will be awarded a $500 check! We won it last year- we can do it again! Scripts must be submitted by March 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office for more information.

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