Here's another update of the latest and/or greatest stories produced by our students at the NHS Chief Advocate.
"Girls Hoops Team Overcomes Rusty Start to Beat Housy" by Annalise Rupe -- The girls basketball team shook off a sloppy start to beat Housatonic, 40-20, on Wednesday in the Chiefs' first game since last March.
"Sordi Confident In-Person Learning Here to Stay" by Tyler Lavaway -- Nonnewaug administration remains confident that full in-person learning will continue thanks to COVID-19 procedures in place.
"National Honor Society Launches Digital Peer Tutoring Program" by Mitchell Brooks -- The National Honor Society launched a website to facilitate its Google Meet-based peer tutoring program.
"Chiefs Mask Disdain for Face Coverings to Play Sports" by Owen Brown -- Nonnewaug student-athletes aren't thrilled about wearing masks, but they're sucking it up to have a winter season.
"Gereg’s Personality, Involvement at NHS Make Him ‘One of a Kind’" by Annalise Rupe -- We profiled Conor Gereg, an English teacher and co-advisor of Unified Sports, right before the winter break.
"Students, Alumni Praise Impact of Green’s Work in CCRC" by Thayer Daly Lehman -- Students and alumni talked about the positive impact Kathy Green had in the CCRC in a story we published right after the new year.