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Natalie Page
High School Principal
School Phone:  (618)625-5105, Ext. 117
E-Mail:  npage@sv196.org

Natalie Page is the principal at Sesser-Valier High School.  This is her seventh year as SVHS Principal.  Prior to that, Mrs. Page taught at Sesser-Valier Elementary School for 18 years.

Mrs. Page is married to her husband, Brian, and they reside in Sesser with their two children and their dog, Shooter. In her free time, Mrs. Page loves to read, walk, and hang out with her family.

Mrs. Page's Education:
*Bachelor of Science (Elementary Education ) - Southern Illinois University at Carbondale (1996)
*Master of Science (Education) - Indiana Wesleyan University (2000)
*Master of Science (Educational Administration) - Southern Illinois University at Carbondale (2014)


  1. Upcoming Calendar Entries:
    1. Thursday, December 16, 2021 & Friday, December 17, 2021:Semester Exams
    2. Friday, December 17, 2021:2:19 Dismissal
    3. Monday, December 27, 2021; Tuesday, December 28, 2021; Wednesday, December 29, 2021; & Thursday, December 30, 2021:40th Annual S-V Holiday Tournament

       

  2. Congratulations!
  1. Band & Choir Christmas Concert
    • 154 students were involved in the program
    • Jazz Band, 5th Grade Band, Junior High Band, High School Band, 6th Grade Chorus, Junior High Chorus, and High School Chorus all performed 
    • Many people came out to enjoy themusic and support the music program
    • Mrs. Lewis and Ms. Lamczyk prepared the students well
  2. Youth & Government Pre-Leg II (Belleville West High School on December 4th)
    • These students won and will run for the offices at the State Assembly in March: Emma Spence - President of the Senate, Jasmine Castillo- Speaker of the House, Henry Meinert – Executive Director of the Lobbyists
    • Asher Bates was elected as Chaplin of the Senate, Luke Barry was elected as Assistant Director of Lobbyists, and Olivia Tipton was elected as Clerk of the House.
    • We will have three Committee Chairs serving in Springfield….those students are Gabe Woolsey, Brooklyn McKee, and Aleigha Bunnel.
    • We also had multiple bills get first priority in their committees. We will now begin getting ready for our Assembly in Springfield in March!
  3. Outdoorsmen Club
    • Deer Banquet – 27 of 32 hunters attended; 14 new members recognized;est. 300+ in attendance;presentation by Corps of Engineers (16 representatives in attendance) for our National Excellence in Partnership Award (1 given nationally)
    • Deer Hunt – 31 hunters went afield throughout the weekend; all had deer to shoot with 14 harvesting deer; 47 students assisted; 9 adult volunteers assisted; 2 alumni cooked Friday breakfast, 1 alumni and family cooked Friday lunch; all involved reported that it was a great experience of getting close to back to normal.
  4. Illinois State Scholars
    • Reagan Basso, Emma Spence, Maura White, & Gabe Woolsey
    • Score in the top 95% on their SAT or ACT & graduate in the top half of their class
  5. Mrs. Froemling’s Math Classes
    • All are participating in the Hour of Code which started as a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify "code", to show that anybody can learn the basics, and to broaden participation in the field of computer science.  Now it is part of Computer Science Education Week. 

    Her classes used Code.org to program dance parties, play Flappy Bird, and play Minecraft

  6. FFA Quizbowl
    • Freshman FFA members
    • Placed 3rd