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January 9, 2019
Tuesday, January 8, 2019
There are immunizations requirements for your Senior year. You need a 2nd dose of Meningitis (MCV4) vaccine AND you need 2 Hepatitis vaccines. These vaccines are required before you start your Senior year. One you've received the vaccinations, turn in proof of them to the school nurses asap. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask your school nurses.
Attention NAHS members:
There will be a meeting in Mrs. Hahn's room during AL
Friday 1/11 at 1:15 to go over Course Fair volunteer opportunities and to
paint the mural.
See Mrs. Hahn if you need a pass.
This year's spring play will be The Crucible by Arthur Miller. Auditions will be the first week back from break (Jan. 10 & 11). Audition materials and signups will be outside of room 3105 (the theatre room) by Friday morning before the block 3 final exam. These materials & signups will also be there the first 2 days back from break. Auditions on Jan. 10th will consist of students presenting one monologue and one scene from the packet (available Friday outside of the theatre room). The packet will consist of scenes/moments from The Crucible. Memorization of the monologue is encouraged, but not required. Callbacks will be Jan. 11. Students should contact Mrs. Nieten with any questions.
Noblesville will be having a school talent show on February 7th at 7pm. There will be audition information to come but start thinking of a talent you'd love to show off to the school! Contact Ms. Oilar or Ms. Soderlund with any questions.
The next ACT schedules at NHS will be held on February 9, 2019. The registration deadline is January 11th so hurry to sign up for the chance to take the exam. If you are a 21st Century Scholar or a qualified for text book assistance, please see your counselor for a fee waiver.
Parents and students in grades 8-11 are invited to attend the Noblesville High School Course Fair on Wednesday, January 16 from 6:00- 8:00 p.m. in the Noblesville High School cafeteria.
Walk from table to table and learn more about the courses available at NHS. Explore courses in which you have an interest and maybe even discover a new course along the way! Teachers, in a variety of subject areas, will showcase courses by interacting and utilizing technology along with student representatives to illustrate their curriculum.
Attending the NHS Course Fair will allow students to make informed decisions when selecting courses for the upcoming school year. By exploring courses prior to decision-making, students will have a more comprehensive knowledge of the opportunities available and a greater understanding of what each course entails.
Remember, course selections for the 2019-20 school year must be finalized by April 30, 2019.
On Vault leading the way for the Lady Miller's was Junior Olivia Mangin with a 3rd place finish with an 8.3. Olivia has been working the same vault for a couple years now and she is comfortable with this vault and was able to create a solid start for the Miller's. Junior Kayleigh Sahr placed 5th with a score of 8.05, this is a nice start for the season for Sahr on vault. Freshman Kiley Reisner places 6th with a score of 8.0. Over all the vaut was a great start for the meet and for the season for the Lady Miller's with a team vault score of 24.350.
On Bars Leading the way for the Miller's was Junior Olivia Mangin with her score of 6.3. Junior Kayleigh Sahr places 5th with her score of 5.9. The team struggled this evening on bars as we are down some of our leading bar girls’ due to injuries. We had some missed connections and some falls this evening which will give us something to strive for better in the next coming competition.
On Beam once again leading the way for the Lady Miller's was Junior Olivia Mangin as she finishes 4th with her beam score of 6.375. Freshman Kiley Reisner follows close behind with a 5th place finish of 6.075. This was another event the team struggled with this evening with some missed connections and some falls. We are also down 3 of our leading gymnasts on beam due to injuries which will certainly effect our team score on beam.
On the floor exercise, Junior Olivia Mangin leads the way for the Miller's with a 2nd place finish with a score of 7.85. I am always excited to see the first performance of the season and to see the results of new routines. Olivia has a beautiful floor routine to watch and she moves gracefully across the floor. Junior Kayleigh Sahr placed 5th with her score of 7.15. We did have some missed connections on floor routines tonight which certainly decreased our team floor score.
In the All-Around Olivia Mangin placed 4th with a total score of 28.825.
Over-all though the team won the competition, we are struggling as a team due to our top 2 gymnasts being out due to injuries. Senior Devyn Palmer and Sophomore Makayla Kauzlick are both starting off the season on the injured list and this will greatly affect our over-all team score. However, it will give some opportunity to the other girls on the team to compete on events they may not have competed before which is a positive. We have a lot of work to do to improve for our next competition which is this Saturday January 12th at the Franklin Central Invitational at 11:00A.M. Come support your Lady Miller's as the flip over teams at the Invite
“There will be a call out meeting for the 3rd time defending Sectional Champion, boys golf team, this Friday Jan 11, immediately after school in the cafeteria. Anyone interested in trying out for the team should plan on attending. The meeting will last approximately 30 min.”