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Thursday 5:00 PM
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Friday 8:45 AM
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Friday 4:30 PM
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06
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Monday 4:00 PM
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Monday 6:00 PM
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ALUMNI Spotlight

Stacey Pugh

Class of 2008

 

 

After graduating from North County Christian, which I attended kindergarten (1995) through 12th grade (2008), I entered Truman State University in Kirksville, MO.

Throughout my four years there I studied Sociology and Psychology and in 2012 graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. While at Truman, I participated in numerous organizations including Association of Black Collegians, Lambda Alpha Epsilon (criminal justice fraternity), Women's Resource Center, Court Appointed Special Advocate and much more.

After graduating, I worked with adults and children with developmental disabilities          for a year.

I returned to St. Louis in 2013, and dedicated a year of service to AmeriCorps, working with a non profit education organization called College Bound- St. Louis, in which I was a college mentor for students dispersed throughout the nation.

Following my year of service, I accepted a position with College Bound where I currently work as the development assistant. I also work as a health distributor with It Works! Global in which I hold the position as a ruby executive.

In my spare time I enjoy working with youth, working my health and wellness business, and traveling. I am a member of Faith Church in Earth City, where I volunteer at the information desk. I currently reside in North County, St. Louis.

Trust in the LORD forever, for the LORD GOD is an everlasting rock. Isaiah 26:4

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      Job Opening:        

 Head Varsity Girl’s Cheerleading Coach

        Prerequisites:            

Must be in agreement with and support the mission and belief of the school.

Must be organized and able to motivate, direct and manage high school aged young women in the sport of cheer leading. 

 Must be able to develop routines and able to teach the student athletes so that they perform them well with an emphasis on safety. 

Must be able to organize, structure and conduct regular practices.

 Must be able to oversee and manage the team in practices, games and at other times the team is together.

Must be flexible and cooperative with other coaches, administrators, parents and student athletes.

Must be available to oversee and run regular after school practice sessions.

 Previous cheer and coaching experience is preferred.

 

Term of service: 

Official practices begin Monday, November 3 and ends with the winter sports awards program Thursday, February 26. 

All interested parties should contact John Davis, Athletic Director, before Saturday, October 11 to schedule an interview.  John's contact number is 314-610-2169 or you may reach him by email at j.davis@nccsmo.org.

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The mission of North County Christian School                         is to work in partnership with the home and church                 to provide quality education rooted in Biblical truths and        to nurture students as they . . .

Embrace a personal relationship with Jesus Christ,

Discover their God given gifts,

Seek  His plan for their life, and

Serve  Him with their mind, body and spirit.

 

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North County Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

    

 

 

 

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