Monthly Archives: November 2012

Annual Choral Concert

More than 100 student singers are involved in the production of the annual Choral Concert. The school orchestra will also perform in the finale. Pictured here, students in concert choir are hard at work rehearsing for the big day on … Continue reading

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What Do You Know About This Fella?

This figure watches over a Castle, never complains about the food (though he watches many eat) and  has a twin brother.

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A Tribute to Homer

Madeline Miller, author of The Song of Achilles, speaks in Assembly about her long-lasting love for ancient Greece and her 10-year journey writing the New York Times bestselling novel. The Song of Achilles gives a new voice and fresh perspective on … Continue reading

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Winter-Ready Way

With snow in the forecast, we’re thankful that the ’56 path has been redone, complete with pavement and stairs!    

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Back to Work

Students and faculty returned from Thanksgiving Break ready to get back to work and finish the semester strong. Here’s a peek into one of math teacher Eric Nguyen’s classes.  

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Give the Gift of a Good Book

  The winter season and holidays are around the corner. Looking for a good book to read by the fire, or maybe the perfect holiday gift for someone you love? Stop by the library and ask one of the librarians … Continue reading

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Give Thanks By Giving

  Giving takes on deeper meaning during the holiday season. Earlier this month, students made fleece blankets for victims of Hurricane Sandy, baked pies for Single Parent Family Outreach, and ran a successful supplies drive for troops serving overseas, among … Continue reading

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Thankful for Friends

The Nobles community has so much to be thankful for, but friends and family top the list! So many graduates express gratitude for the bonds they made here, and share stories about lifelong friendships that began on the field, on … Continue reading

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Lab Learning

These Middle Schoolers have one more science lab before Thanksgiving break.

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Self Portrait

A drawing student gets in the zone while working on his self portrait. Students in Betsy VanOot’s class found a spot and got to work — some students stood in front of their canvases, while others sat back with a … Continue reading

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