Summer School Information
Summer School Dates: May 28-June 21
Summer School Times for May 28 - June 20
1st Block: 7:30-10:45
2nd Block: 11:05-2:20
June 21 will be half a day
1st Block: 7:30-9:00
2nd Block: 9:10-10:30
Student Parking Pass for 2019-20 will be available on May 15 during Arena Scheduling
Both Forms must be filled out to be able to pick out your spot for next year.
Parents: Fill out form on School Pay complete the information and make payment. Parking is $30
Students: You have to sign into your student Google account and fill out this form
You must show your driver's license on May 15th--NO spaces will be issued to unlicensed students. Once all forms have been verified you will pick your parking spot. You will not be able to change your parking spot later on.
If you will be getting your driver's license after May 15th, the forms will be available again at a later date.
All 9th-11th graders will turn in their chromebooks AND chargers when they come to the library for arena scheduling on May 15.
Students must remember to bring their chromebook AND charger with them on that Wednesday.
If you lost your charger, bring $10 to pay for it on May 15. If you don’t buy a charger now, it will be $14 in the Fall.
If interested in trying out for girls golf this fall, please attend an informational meeting on Thursday 5/16. 7:00 am or 2:40 pm in Ms. Lotz room 280.
Nixa's Rugby Club
Want to join Nixa's Rugby Club? Come to our practices!
When: Every Tuesday and Thursday starting at 3:45 p.m. and Saturday at 10:00 a.m.
Where: All practices at Mercy Villa Fields (3231 S. National Ave.).
Who: On the lookout for anyone with experience at linebacker or running back.
First match on February 23rd.
Get ready to get down and dirty!
UMKC Pharmacy Camp
UMKC is holding a one day Pharmacy Camp in Springfield on June 14th. More information and registration can be found at the link below:
French Club is every Monday after school until 3:30pm
Expand your interest in French and meet new friends
Take part in opportunities for volunteer work and giving back to your community
French Club is a great way to contribute to and take part in our school
Comic Book Club
The Comic Book club meets in Mrs. Harris' room (#255) every Wednesday after school from 2:35 to 3:15. Attend a meeting to learn more.
This is a club for anyone who enjoys writing or is looking to hone their writing skills. We work on and share feedback on poetry, short stories, creative essays, plays, song lyrics, or even novels and work on publishing a literary magazine cataloging and displaying our and Nixa's best work. Meetings are in Mr. Lawless's Room (256) Mondays after school from 2:30-3:30.