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February 19, 2019
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
The Sociology Club will have its next meeting on Friday, February 22. Be prepared for snacks and crafts this meeting. Get a pass from Mrs. Gilbert to attend.
Still interested in visiting China? B-Rob and Mr. Abell are hosting another information/parent meeting on Thursday, Feb. 21 at 6:30 pm in Room 2214. It's not too late to get signed up. There are still spots open. See the signs in the hallways or stop by and see Mr. Abell or B-Rob.
Mr. Kenley is offering the only advanced creative writing class in the state of Indiana. What do you have to do to get in? Take Basic creative writing first or AP Junior English. What will you do once you're in? That's up to you. You can write a screenplay or a novel or a collection of poems. Whatever you choose to take on, Mr. Kenley will guide you. If you're a writer or a poet, sign up for Creative Writing with Mr. Kenley.
Purdue University will host their Women in Engineering Program on Monday, April 8. If you are interested in Engineering (as a female junior student), you may register to attend at www.purdue.edu/WIEP. You would be able to count this as one of the days you receive for college visits. Pick up a college visit form in the counseling office. This program is limited to the first 250 students who register.
Seniors, there are many scholarship opportunities for students interested in pursuing any type of education after graduation. Check the NHS Counseling Canvas page under "Class of 2019” as well as the school website under "Counseling" and then "Financial Aid and Scholarships" for all the updated list of scholarships available. They will be updated every week with new opportunities so keep checking them out! If you have any questions contact Mrs. Meyers in the counseling office.
There will be a cheer call out meeting for the 2019-2020 season for both football and basketball teams on Tuesday, March 5th at 5:30 pm in the jr/sr cafe. if the interested cheerleader is not able to attend, a parent must be at the meeting to collect information
Our Miller Swimmers & Divers finished 3rd of 11 teams at the IHSAA sectional hosted in the NHS pool. Advancing to the state meet at IUPUI Friday will be senior Jack Wolfred in the 50 and 100 freestyle; junior Cam Kramer in the 500 freestyle; the 200 free relay of Wolfred , Kramer, Nick Beeson, and Will Huff; and also the 400 free relay of Wolfred , Kramer, Beeson, and Huff. Wolfred broke (for the 2nd time in the sectional meet) the record in the 50 freestyle and in finals he broke the 100 free record. Best of luck at state Miller Wolfpack!
Girls Track & Field results
Congratulations to Shelby Tyler. Shelby is your Kentucky Invitational winner. Shelby jumped 5’8”. Noblesville’s East 8th grader Malina Miller won the High Jump at the Trini open. Noblesville’s Noelle Dennis placed 4th.
In addition, the girls excelled at Saturday's IndianaRunner Track & Field Classic. It’s beginning to look like the girls will continue to be podium placers at the Hoosier Indoor State Finals this March. Leading the way Saturday were Aubrie Deal and Madison King. Their 3rd and 4th places in the 1200m run are among the best times in Indiana. They were followed by teammates: Maria Anderson and Anna Hazelrigg. Each posted top 800m times in the State. Lindsay Wormuth advanced to the 55m Hurdle Finals. Other notable performances were turned in by: Aubrey Swart in the 3200m run, Grace Brisco in the 400m and DeLaney Boles in the 200m. The girls will begin their march to the HSR State Finals on March 2nd as they will participate in the first State qualifier at IWU.
All Pro Dads is calling all NHS Dads (Mom’s and Grandparents are welcome also). Want to have some quality time with your NHS student and some great fellowship? Friday March 1st, start time is 6:15 AM and finish by 7:00 AM. We'll meet in the Junior/ Senior Cafeteria - #3102, Enter via Door 4. Breakfast is a Hardees Breakfast Biscuit (Egg and Bacon or Sausage) or muffin and Milk or Coffee, cost is $4 per person. This month’s topic is Perseverance. Please have your kids invite their friends, tell them to have their Dads check the NHS Newsletter (the weekly e-letter) for RSVP info. Also, any door prizes anyone can bring will be appreciated. To RSVP go to https://allprodadsday.com/chapters/4140 or email Jim Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks, Jim Lynch 317-714-5836
There is a call out meeting for Unified Track on Feb. 19th in the
The boys track team's first official practice was Monday. We're looking for some explosive young men for the throws and some crazy-fast ones for the hurdles. If you're a freshman or a sophomore with some speed and coordination, we're also looking for a protege to Mitch Conard in the pole vault. See Coach Kenley in room 1203 if you have an interest.
The Noblesville Lions Club is sponsoring a Dodgeball Tournament that
that one or two groups of high school teams
Entry fee is only $50.00 per team and team shirts will
On Monday evening, your Noblesville Lady Miller Gymnastics Team competed against Marion High School and flipped right over Marion High School with Noblesville's team score of 93.425 to Marion's 35.825. Individual results are as follows:
Leading the way for the Lady Miller's was Junior, Olivia Mangin with an outstanding score of 8.75, which is one of her highest vault scores of the season, placing 1st for the vault competition. Senior, Devyn Palmer had a great vault herself with a great score of 8.4 placing 2nd. Junior, Kayleigh Sahr has one of her highest vault scores of the season with an outstanding 8.35 placing 3rd. Junior, Ella Deno had her highest vault score of the season with an awesome score of 8.125 placing 4th, and Freshman, Kiley Reisner placed 5th with a great score of 8.050. Today was a great day for us on vault as all the girls could execute their vaults well thus creating one of our highest team vault scores of the season, which is an excellent way to end our regular season meets on vault. I am very proud of our vaults this evening which also give us confidence on this event as we move into our sectionals later this week.
Leading the way for the Lady Miller's on Bars was Junior, Olivia Mangin with her outstanding score of 7.375 placing 1st. Junior, Devyn Palmer placed 2nd with her score of 6.7. Junior, Kayleigh Sahr placed 3rd with her score of 6.525, and Senior, Racheal Glasener placed 4th with her score of 6.25. Though we are improving on bars over-all, today was a "set-back" for us on bars as we had been doing much better on our connections, but today we missed a few connections and even had one fall, which took away a couple points that we easily could have had on bars. We will strive this week in practice to improve on our missed connections as we prepare for sectionals this coming Saturday. We cannot afford to allow for these mistakes to happen in sectionals.
On Balance Beam
Leading the way for the Lady Miller's was Senior, Devyn Palmer with an outstanding 1st place finish with her score of 8.05. I am proud of Devyn for her consistency on beam, especially after she had been out for half of the season due to her back injury, she was able to come back from that injury and maintain one of our highest beam scores for the team. Her consistency on this event will be very important for this coming weekend's sectionals. Both Juniors, Ella Deno and Olivia Mangin placed tied for 2nd with their scores of 7.425. This was also Ella's highest beam scores of the season. Freshman, Kiley Reisner placed 3rd with her score of 7.15, and Junior, Kayleigh Sahr placed 4th with her first time ever competing beam score of 6.5. Though we did not have any beam sticks today on beam, we are continuing to improve on our connections and we are seeing consistency in our team score for beam, which is a good thing. I would like to see our team score at least 1 point more or higher for sectionals on Saturday.
Leading the way for the Lady Miller's was Senior, Devyn Palmer with an outstanding 1st place finish with her score of 8.325. Junior, Cailey Hurst placed 2nd with her score of 8.075, following close behind was teammate Junior, Olivia Mangin with her 3rd place finish with her score of 8.050. Junior, Kayleigh Sahr placed 4th with her score of 7.65 and Freshman, Kiley Reisner places 5th with her score of 7.475. Today was a good day for us on floor. We have seeing a rise in our floor team scores as we end our regular season competitions which is a great way to lead into the sectional competition as we hope to peak with our highest team floor score at sectionals this coming weekend.
In the All-around
Junior, Olivia Mangin wins the competition with her 1st place finish and one of her highest all-around scores of the season with a 31.60. Following close behind Olivia was teammate Senior, Devyn Palmer with her 2nd place finish of 31.475, and Junior, Kayleigh Sahr places 3rd with her first time ever competing all-around score of 29.025.
Over all, I am very pleased with the girls' overall performance. I would have liked to see our team score match or be higher than our previous team score of 96, but we know where those mistakes were made and know that we are able to fix our mistakes for sectionals. We end our regular season competitions with a win and an over-all confidence of our team going into the sectional competition prepared for battle as we have improved greatly from the beginning of the season to now. I am very proud of this team and all their hard work as we end our regular season competitions on a high note.
Come support your Lady Miller Gymnasts as they compete in their Sectional competition this coming Saturday February 23rd at Lafayette Jefferson High School at 11:00A.M. Come support the team as they flip with way out of sectionals to the regional competition.