Friday, October 2, 2020

Announcements:

Friday, October 2, 2020

 

The GSA club is for the LGBTQ+ community and allies.  We will have our first meeting on Zoom at 2:45 on Friday, 10/9.  Interested students should email Mamma Huffman at carrie_huffman@nobl.k12.in.us to get the Zoom code.  

 

 

Are you interested in a career in business?  DECA provides a chance for you to demonstrate your business knowledge outside the classroom.  The NHS DECA Chapter call-out is going on between now and Fall Break.  If you want to join or need more information, email dan_nicholson@nobl.k12.in.us or tyler_milbee@nobl.k12.in.us. It is time for you to take it to the Next Level!

 

 

There will be a Zoom call out meeting for the Sociology Club on Thurs. during AL at 3:00. The Sociology Club is open to students who are taking Sociology this year, either first or second semester, and to students who took Sociology last year. Please email Mrs. Gilbert at Stephanie_gilbert@nobl.k12.in.us to be added to the Sociology Club Canvas course which will provide the link for the call-out meeting. 

Hope to see you there!

Thank you!!

Mrs. Gilbert

 
Do you love to dance? Students have another chance to dance and perform as a part of our State Finalist Winter Color Guard Program. We are holding a clinic for dance and flag on Saturday, October 3 from 9:00 am to noon in the auxiliary gym. Come join us for this free clinic and dress for dance. No experience is necessary.....just a desire to dance and perform in a highly physical activity! You can possibly even earn Fine Arts credit when you are at the high school level. Join us that day at Noblesville High School Gate 10 and please wear a mask until we are properly spaced based on our safety guidelines. We are building an exciting new team to compete in 2021. Don't miss your chance to be involved. Bring a friend and come spend the day with us! 

 

 

Picture Retakes will take place October 5,6, 8 and 9th, in the E-Gaming Lab (Room 1205). 

 

Students will be asked to come down to have their photos retaken (or taken for the first time) during their English class. Attached, you will find a schedule. I know that this is another disruption to your class, but I am doing my best to limit the amount of time that students are missing your class. Students will return to your room with a pass. If you have any questions, please let me know!

 

 

In honor of our usual homecoming week student government has put together spirit weeks for all students to have a chance to take part in. With the new schedule for NHS, we decided to make the fun last for two weeks instead of one, It will start on the 21st of September and end the 2nd of October. On E-learning days we still want to see the school spirit, send our twitter account (@NHS_stugov) pictures of your outfits for the theme for the day for a chance to be featured! Below is a schedule for the spirit week! Below is also a link for class shirts. They are $10 and select the correct graduating class number. You will need to pick them up after school one day, please only order a shirt if you will be able to pick it up. Have fun and be safe millers! Happy homecoming!  

 

 

Monday the 28th: Black and Gold (show your Miller spirit! Senior girls, you van wear tour cords to school this day!)

Tuesday: Generation day (underclassmen dress as Babies, upperclassmen dress as Old People)

Wednesday: Pajama Day  

Thursday: Tacky Tourist

Friday: Generation day (underclassmen dress as Babies, upperclassmen dress as Old People)       

 

 

Interested in Trivia? Want to show your friends how smart you are? Quiz Bowl is a fast-paced buzzer competition in which teams of four players compete to answer questions that cover academic subjects like literature and science as well as the broader world of culture and current event.

Contact Skylee Shaffer if you are interested or scan the QR code found in science classrooms around the school. 

 

Guidance:

This Saturday morning, October 3rd, NHS will be hosting the SAT- College Entrance Exam.  Those students who have registered for this exam 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 any time 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 it will be collected by the test administrator prior to starting the exam and will not be returned until the exam is over.
  • A mask is required for the duration of the exam. 

 

Remember to bring:

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

2- Picture ID - Driver's license or school ID. You will NOT be admitted without a picture ID

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.

 


Do you enjoy helping animals or volunteering? If so, please join the Lend a Paw club for their first virtual meeting! Lend a Paw focuses on helping animals in the humane society by hosting fun fundraisers. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 7th at 1:30 over zoom. We will have a fun game and you can learn more ways to volunteer!

 

If you are interested in joining us, please fill out this Google Form- https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSffA7ijj5cayf2CUlEpjbs60TOOVTOolIjqyrkY13_Nnt62iA/viewform?edit_requested=true

 

Please contact allison_huey@nobl.k12.in.us  or macy_millspaugh_2021@nobl.k12.in.us with any questions.


The Indiana University Wells Scholars Program Application is now available. The Wells Scholars Program guarantees the full cost of attendance for a period of eight semesters of undergraduate study at Indiana University Bloomington. The award includes fall and spring tuition and mandatory and course-related fees for a standard course load of 12-18 credits, as well as a living stipend during the fall and spring sufficient to cover the cost of a standard double dorm room contract and a standard meal plan in the residence halls.

Up to two students who complete the Wells Scholars Program Application will be nominated by Noblesville High School to submit a formal application to Indiana University. In order to be considered in this first round of the application process you must submit your application via canvas by October 2, 2020. Students applying for this scholarship must also submit their admissions application to IU-Bloomington by November 1, 2020. 

Go to the "Scholarships" page under the "Counseling" tab on the NHS website or the "Scholarships" page in your "Class of 2021 NHS Counseling" canvas course to get started.

Visit wellsscholars.indiana.edu to learn more about the Wells Scholar Program.