Nativity Of Our Savior School
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PORTAGE | Nativity of Our Savior School serves an all-you-can-eat spaghetti meal from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday at the parish hall, 2929 Willowcreek Road.
ST. JOHN | Down by as many as 16 points, Nativity of Our Savior of Portage rallied back and nearly tied game with a 3-point shot attempt in the final seconds of regulation before losing 38-36 to St. Thomas More of Munster in the seventh-grade final of the CYO Girls Basketball Championships h…
INDIANAPOLIS | From technology to project-based learning, nonpublic school educators across the state are using new tools and ideas to embrace a changing landscape and a diverse student body.
PORTAGE | Nativity School of Our Savior in Portage had their annual Grandparents Day on Thursday, March 22 in Nativity Hall. This year's theme was Dancing With the Nativity Stars - "Spring Break Edition". Grades K-8 performed a dance from their pre-selected "Spring Break" Vacation destinatio…
PORTAGE | Ten students at Nativity of Our Savior School competed Tuesday in the National Geographic Geography Bee.
PORTAGE | Principal Kimberly Markham's costumed students paraded around the school and congregated into the cafeteria as Nativity of Our Savior Catholic School and Church have been celebrating Mardi Gras all day and will continue through the night.
PORTAGE | A question Tuesday about the ancient settlements of North Africa tripped up Portage's Ian Markham as the youngster worked to make the finals of the National Geographic Bee in Washington, D.C.
PORTAGE | Ian Markham can't really pinpoint what intrigues him about geography.
Jon L. Hendricks | The Times Nativity of Our Savior School eighth-grader Ian Markham will represent Indiana at the National Geographic Bee in Washington, D.C. starting May 25.
Jon L. Hendricks | The Times Nativity of Our Savior School eighth-grader Ian Markham, of Portage, wil represent Indiana at the National Geographic Bee in Washington, D.C. in the competition that begins May 25.
PORTAGE | U.S. Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Brendan Wilczynski said he'd hosted ambassadors and generals before, but he wasn't sure what to expect from a gym full of youngsters at Nativity of Our Savior Catholic School Friday afternoon.
TONY V. MARTIN | THE TIMES Principal Kemberly Markham, left, accepts the flag from Sgt. 1st Class Brendan Wilczynski. Wilczynski presented a flag Friday that had been flown in Afghanistan on Christmas Eve to Nativity of Our Savior Catholic School in Portage in return for the letters and supp…
TONY V. MARTIN | THE TIMES Sgt. 1st Class Brendan Wilczynski takes part in a question-and-answer period with students at Nativity of Our Savior Catholic School in Portage.
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