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Monthly Archives: December 2012
From the Nobles family to yours, we hope you have a wonderful holiday season and a happy, healthy new year. “Photo of the Day’ will be back on January 7, when classes resume after winter break. Thank you to our … Continue reading
The community bid farewell to faculty members who will be away on sabbatical next semester: history teacher Louis Barassi, French teacher Amadou Seck and Business Manager Steve Ginsberg will return next fall; longtime math teacher Nick Marinaro is set to … Continue reading
Three Middle School students performed during the final Assembly of the semester, providing the perfect send-off to winter break. Jeremy Johnson, Class V, put his own spin on “Cooler Than Me,” by Mike Posner, and Caroline and Courtney Collins-Pisano, both … Continue reading
If you’re looking for a good holiday read for yourself or a gift for someone else, check out the Putnam Library blog. You can find a list of best books of 2012, picks by the librarians and recommended books for … Continue reading
Middle School students buckle down on the last day of assessments.
Students and faculty have been working hard all semester. With several more days of assessments, grading, comments, and meetings before winter break, we thought everyone could use a few tips on how to de-stress. 1. Breathe, stretch and strike a … Continue reading
Nobles is hosting three athletic tournaments this weekend–the Flood-Marr Holiday Hockey Tournament, the Harrington Invitational Hockey Tournament and the Nickerson Super A Girls Basketball Holiday Tournament. Best of luck to the Bulldogs!
The well-anticipated annual Holiday Assembly arrive just before assessments. Each year Class VI performs The Power of Light: Eight Stories for Hanukkah and Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
Tomorrow marks the final day of classes before students buckle down to study and take assessments.