May 3, 2019

Announcements

 

Friday, May 3, 2019

 


Attention, NHS! The Art Department's exhibition at this summer's Back to School Bash will be focused on diversity, acceptance and identity. This is an opportunity for student artists to put their work out there, bring the community together and express their voice. Students may submit art in any medium to be showcased on this day. There will be posters displayed in school hallways as well as in art classrooms with additional information on deadlines and a QR code through which participants can submit their work. All art is welcome if it contributes to the ideas of diversity and identity. Digital submissions are due May 31st for review.

 

 

Seniors:
Cap and gown pick-up is May 17th from 10:30-2:30 in the Auditorium.

 

The Black Student Union will meet on May 7th from 1:15 to 2:30 in the
main gym. See Mrs. Young for a pass.

 

Dungeons and Dragons Club meeting. It's our last meeting of the year, during AL on Tuesday, May 7, in the Main Cafeteria.

 

Summer School applications are due now!  Please come to the office to pick up a form or find one on the website asap.  See Mrs. Miller or your counselor if you have questions.  We want to see you this summer!  

 

Please check Canvas email for information regarding upcoming work sessions to support completion of Scholar Success Program activities.

 

The Noblesville Fashion Club is having a fashion show on May 7th, 2019 during AL at 1:15. You can get FREE tickets from Mrs.Sturgill in room 2074. At the end of the show 2 lucky winners will win gift cards from local Noblesville boutiques.

Join us at the Old Spaghetti Factory (918 South Rangeline Road, Carmel) Monday, May 6th from 5:30-9:00 to raise money for the Noblesville High School Parent/Teacher Organization. The Old Spaghetti Factory will donate 15% of your dinner's proceeds to NHS PTO. Must present the coupon (located in SS) or have a picture on your phone during your visit! Dine-In Only! *Reservations Recommended* Phone: 317-708-9669. Thank you in advance for your support!!

 

The Mayor’s Youth Council is seeking applicants for the 2019/2020 school year. The program is free and open to students who live in or attend school in Noblesville, Indiana. The council will select one 2019/2020 eighth grade student from each middle school and the remaining council members will be high school students. This includes public, private, and homeschooled students. The Mayor’s Youth Council is looking for students of outstanding character to represent the voice of young people to city government. The council will advise the Mayor on issues relevant to youth, learn about municipal government and the importance of civic participation, and discuss and educate their peers on council initiatives. Students will have regular meetings and may attend events and activities related to their initiatives and interests. The application deadline for the 2019/2020 school year is Monday, May 6, 2019. Please mail or drop off your application to Michelle Glodowski, Mayor’s Office, 16 South 10th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060. You can also email your application to mglodowski@noblesville.in.us. If you have any questions regarding the Mayor’s Youth Council or the application process, please call the Mayor’s office at 317-776-6324.

 

Students who have requested to be a peer tutor for next year and who
have completed the online application can pick up a pass for an
upcoming AL meeting in room 2209. There will be two meeting dates: May
9 and May 15. You must attend one meeting to be selected as a
peer for next year.

 

Attention all students!! Are you passionate about and dedicated to community service as well as addressing the concerns of youth in our community? If so, don't miss this opportunity for your voice to be heard! The Mayor's Youth Council is seeking applicants for the 2019-2020 school year. The program is free and open to students who live in or attend school in Noblesville. They are looking for students of outstanding character to represent the voice of young people to city government. The council will advise the Mayor on issues relevant to youth, learn about municipal government and the importance of civic participation. If you are interested in applying for this awesome opportunity, please pick up an application in the Counseling Office. 

 

Attention Summer School Students!  If you are planning to attend summer school, please complete an application and turn it in to the Main Office as soon as possible.  Applications can be found in the office and on the main page of the school website.  The deadline is May 1st.  Please contact your counselor or Mrs. Miller if you have any questions.    

 

Lunchroom- Military Visits

The following military will be visiting our school café during all lunches, be sure to stop by their table!

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  1. S. Army will be visiting our school café Tuesday, May 7th

Marine Corp. will be visiting our school café Thursday. May 9th

  1. S. Navy will be visiting our school café Monday, May 13th

Air National Guard will be visiting our school café Thursday, May 16th

  1. S. Army will be visiting our school café Tuesday, May 21st

Marine Corp. will be visiting our school café Thursday. May 23rd

 

The ACT test will be offered at NHS on June 8th. The first deadline to sign up for the exam is May 3rd. If you want to take the exam make sure you have signed up through the ACT.org website. See your counselor if you have questions or need help.

 

This Saturday morning, May 4th, NHS will be hosting the SAT- College Entrance Exam.  Those students who have registered for this test should enter the building through the Main doors (Gate 1) by 7:45 AM.  Testing will take place in the English wing and several classes above.

 

  • Room assignment lists will be available in the entry hall when you arrive on Saturday.

 

  • Cell phones and their use are not allowed at anytime during SAT testing. If you have a cell phone please leave it at home or in your car. If you do bring a cell phone or any other electronic device, please be aware that a new policy by the College Board requires that those devices be collected by the test administrator prior to starting the exam and will not be returned until the exam is over. 

 

Remember to bring:

1- Admission ticket from the College Board, printed from your online registration. You will NOT be admitted without your admission ticket. Electronic versions are not acceptable. 

2- Picture ID - Driver's license or school ID. You will NOT be admitted without a picture ID; electronic ID's are not acceptable

3- Two #2 pencils

4- Approved calculator - you will not be allowed to go to your locker on Saturday morning so please plan ahead.

 

Testing will end at approximately 12:30pm for students taking the SAT without Essay; and 1:00pm for students taking the SAT with Essay. Check with Mrs. Stoffel in the Counseling Office if you have any questions.

 

 

Sports

 

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 May 3rd, 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 Pastries or Muffins and Milk or Coffee, cost is $4 per person. This month’s topic is Honesty. Please have your kids invite their friends. Also any door prizes anyone can bring will be appreciated. To RSVP go to https://allprodadsday.com/chapters/4140 or email Jim Lynch at jim@bizserv.com. Thanks, Jim Lynch 317-714-5836