Your questions may be answered here.

1. What is 89 Teacher-Student ReUnite?
Just as the question states, this is your opportunity to reacquaint with former teachers and friends from Kindergarten thru 12th grade.
2. What are the basic details of 89 Teacher-Student ReUnite?
Saturday, September 7, 2019, 10:00am; New Castle High School Cafeteria
3. Am I allowed to bring a guest?
Yes, you may.
4. Will my teachers or friends be there?
We sure hope so!  An effort is underway to invite all teachers.  All alumni are invited to attend.
5. What is the cost of attendance?
For you, there is no cost; however, there will be door prizes and raffles.  If you want to donate, you definitely may, and your gift is appreciated, but not required.
6. What's the difference between the NCCHS Class of 89 Reunion & the 89 Teacher-Student ReUnite?
NCCHS Class of 89 Reunion is the evening alumni dinner at Montgomery's Steakhouse in Spiceland, IN at 6:00pm (Contact Matt McDonald/Amy Bunch Maddy).  The 89 Teacher-Student ReUnite consists of two activities: the Facutly Breakfast (Faculty only) at Stacks Restaurant at 8:00am & the Teacher/Alumni Meet-n-Greet at 10:00am, at the High School Cafeteria.  Both events are for the class of ‘89 & Faculty who taught us, but they are separate functions. For ReUnite questions, contact Pat Parks.
7. What can I do? How may I contribute to the success of this reunion weekend?
Attend, volunteer, invite classmates to attend, check back with this website for up-to-date information.
8. Is anyone getting together on Friday night, September 6?
Yes.  Post your availability & suggest a location.  Others may be waiting to see what you do.
9. As a faculty member (former/present), what do I do?
Make sure you you RSVP, spread the word, show up at breakfast (8:00am, & no tardies or unexcused absences :) and then come to the NCHS Cafeteria @ 10:00am.  You'll be graded on punctuality...working for that A!!!
10. Why or why not Sign up/log-in and require password?
Signing up with a required password is a setting that has been removed to increase classmate traffic and participation.  As long as there are no security or privacy issues, this setting will remain.