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Monthly Archives: June 2012
The Day Camp’s youngest campers gathered around a colorful campfire with their Owl’s Nest counselors to sing camp songs and “roast” marshmallows.
Achieve students participate in Dance, one of several afternoon enrichment programs.
A Nobles Day Camp counselor helps a student practice his tennis swing.
During one the summer’s first public speaking classes, Nobles faculty member and Upward Bound teacher Nick Marinaro explains to students the art of telling a good joke.
Celtics player Rajon Rondo recently appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” where he participated in a on-air Skype scavenger hunt against fellow NBA player Tyson Chandler. Kimmel asked the athletes to find the most recent book they read and Rondo returned … Continue reading
Work has begun on the new turf field, slated to open before the fall 2012 season begins. The turf field will be the latest addition to campus athletic facilities, which include 10 playing fields, tennis and squash courts, hockey rink, … Continue reading
Despite the flurry of activity during the school year, there are more people on campus during the summer months than any other time during the year. We extend a warm welcome to students, campers, faculty, staff, families, friends, neighbors and … Continue reading
Darlene Donlan, business office associate, is busy generating an accounting report for Nobles Day Camp.
A small group of Nobles students and faculty chaperones recently spent a week in a rural NH community (where they met “Billy” the goat), examining how small food systems function. The seven-day excursion to the Monadnock region included daily community … Continue reading
Nobles Summer Camp staff and counselors have started the process of unpacking all the arts, crafts, toys and games for a summer of fun. They’ll have the campus transformed by the time campers arrive next week.