It’s Nobles-Milton game time! The schools’ athletic rivalry will be front and center this weekend. Who will come out on top? Follow @NoblesAthletics on Twitter for the play by play and find out. Go, Dawgs!
These photos-within-photos show Middle School students and their self-reflections at the beginning of the year and near the end of this academic year. The before-and-after images are on display in the Arts Center. Below, Class I student Isabella Schumann poses for a portrait that will appear in the next issue of Nobles magazine.
The Nobles community celebrated the work of 30 AP art students in the annual student show in the Foster Gallery during the opening reception. This is the largest student show since the inception of the gallery. The exhibit features work from AP ceramics, photography and drawing courses. The show opens until May 31.
Students from Mr. Nickerson’s and Mr. Nguyen’s AB calculus classes stepped out of the classroom and onto the ropes course today. As the seniors jumped from the high platform, Mr. Nickerson encouraged them to take a similar risk-taking mindset when going into their future experiences.
Spanish teacher Laura Yamartino stands against a colorful classroom backdrop. Nobles classrooms and hallways are filled with student work and artwork — what’s your favorite pop of color on campus?
The “Beach” was the most popular spot on campus today, as students, faculty and staff gathered to enjoy Art Street. There were familiar favorites (sidewalk chalk, make your own tie-dye t-shirts, Richie’s slush and bake sales) and a few new features (timed scooter runs, a soap box for an impromptu speech or performance, an adopt-a-plant station courtesy of the Organic Gardening Club, and more.)
Class I students Kevin Raposa, Raheem Barnett and Nathan Perry are at work on a go-cart and a wind turbine (not pictured) for their senior project. Nice wheels, guys!
Class V (eighth grade) students put their solar-powered cars to the test today during the annual Solar Car Race and All-School Cookout. The top seven teams in the categories of speed, creativity, craftsmanship and technical merit will compete against other top cars from Boston area middle schools in the Eastern Massachusetts Regional Race held at M.I.T.
The Putnam Library hosts the first annual all-school summer reading book fair this week. Students attended with their English classes, and browsed through titles from this summer’s required and suggested reading lists. They could read the story’s summary and even purchase books. What’s your favorite summer read?
If you haven’t traveled through the “Link” lately, you’re missing this impressive display of student art. Next time you’re heading to the Arts Center, first check out the Vietnam/Cambodia trip exhibit and then take a few moments to admire these self-portraits from the Drawing I class.