April 10, 2019



Friday, May 10, 2019


Listen up freshmen, sophomores, and juniors…...you will NOT be turning in your iPad this summer. That’s right, you will be keeping your iPad over the summer. Be sure to keep it in a safe place if it is not used. And don’t lose your charger!  For seniors, your iPad will be collected on Friday, May 31 after the Block 6 final. If you do not have a Block 6 class, your iPad will be collected after your last scheduled final. Now, you will erase your iPad and return the iPad, case, keyboard and charging brick. You will not need to return the cable. Check out the information in Canvas for detailed information. Any questions, stop by the Tech Room - 1227.


We will be having chess club on May 9th and May 21st.



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.


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



The Sociology Club will have its next meeting on Monday, May 13. All club members bring a type of cookie that represents your culture to represent the diversity in American society. Get a pass from Mrs. Gilbert to attend.


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. 


Lunchroom- Military Visits

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



  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








Under stormy skies your boys track and field team made a little thunder, announcing their presence in one of the best track and field counties in the country. The Millers took a meet high four fiirst places finishes. Blake Hipkiss stunned the world in the 1600 with a 4:26. Travis Hickner stormed home to take the 3200 on the last lap. Drew Herman won the high jump and the four by four-hundred-meter relay team of Shomari Rogers-Walton, Drew Herman, DeVontez Cox, and Mitch Conard ran away from the field. Andrew Anderson set a new school record in the 800 with a time of 1:54. The boys are looking good heading into next Thursday's Sectional. 


"If you are interested in trying out for the Boys Soccer team next
fall, please attend the call out meeting during AL on Friday, May
17th. The meeting will be held in Coach Dollaske's room (#2243).
Information about summer trainings, weights, moratorium, the summer
showcase, and tryouts will be discussed. The meeting should take about
30 minutes and you will return to your AL with a pass. If you are
unable to attend, please see Coach Dollaske ASAP."