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Tuesday, September 13, 2022
ANNOUNCEMENTS: September 13, 2022
FCA Club will meet on Friday, 9/16 in Mr. McCauley's Room 2216 at 2:40pm. Please request an e-hallpass from Mr. Brian McCauley if you are interested in attending. Hope to see you there!
Want to go to the dance? Join an afterschool activity? Play a sport? All of these are offered at NHS, but you need to have a Random Drug Testing Form signed by your parents on file to be able to participate in any of these.
With Homecoming Dance coming up soon, you definitely want to make sure your Random Drug Testing Form is on file so you can purchase a ticket for the dance! It's a form that a parent needs to approve or sign only once and it covers all 4 years here at NHS, so many of you already have it. Have your parents check your forms through their Parent Portal in PowerSchool. Have questions? Ask Student Services.
The Noblesville GSA (Gender & Sexuality Awareness/ Gay-Straight Alliance) Student Union will have their first call-out meeting on FRIDAY September 16th!
If you are interested, please stop in to see Ms. Levy (1249) or Ms. Shaffer (2078) for a PAPER pass.
Please email email@example.com if you have questions!
ASU club meeting on Sept 16th. Request an e-hallpass from Miss Presto.
NHS ROBOTICS CLUB IS BACK UP AND RUNNING. COME TO THE CALL-OUT ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22ND IN ROOM 3014 DURING AL. REQUEST A PASS FROM MR. WILKINS FOR 2:40 AND SEE WHAT ROBOTICS CLUB IS ALL ABOUT.
ASL Call-out Meeting:
Date: Wednesday, September 14th
Where: Southern Balcony Gym
How to get a pass: Request an e-hallpass from Mrs. Amy Cox
Contact Ethan Willard or Katie Huffman for more info.
The STAR Club is having their first call-out meeting on Wednesday, September 14th during AL. The STAR Club is a partnership between Noblesville High School and the U.S. Army to help students develop leadership skills that will enable and encourage them to take active roles in their own lives, their families, their school and community. The STAR Club IS NOT a military recruiting opportunity. The location of the meeting is Room 1060. If you have any questions, please email Mr. Meyer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
College Mini Fairs
September 20th and October 4th . Please visit Naviance to sign up for the College Mini Fairs that take place during AL from 2:40 to 3:30.
NHS will be hosting the SAT on Saturday, October 1st. Seniors, this is a great opportunity for you to have scores in time to submit college applications as well as scholarship applications! Go to sat.org to register without a late fee by Friday, September 2nd. The late registration deadline is September 20th for an additional fee. If you are a 21st Century Scholar or qualify for free/reduced lunch or textbook assistance, email Mrs. Stoffel for a fee waiver code.
The Indiana University Wells Scholars Application is now available. The Wells Scholars Program guarantees the full cost of attendance for a period of 8 semesters of undergraduate study at IU Bloomington. The award includes Fall and Spring tuition, 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 September 30, 2022. Students applying for this scholarship must also submit their admissions application to IU-Bloomington by November 1, 2022.
Visit the "Class of 2023 NHS Counseling" canvas course under "Scholarships & Financial Aid" to get
Visit wellsscholars.indiana.edu to learn more about the Wells Scholar Program.
Lunchroom Military Visits
The following military branches will be visiting our school café during all lunches. Be sure to stop by their table!
Sept 15th, Oct 4th, Oct 27th, Nov 8th, Nov 17th, Dec 6th, and Dec 15th
Sept 26th, Oct 24th, Nov 7th, Nov 21st, and Dec 12th
ARMY NATL GUARD
Sept 14th, Sept 28th, Oct 26th, Nov 16th, and Dec 7th
Sept 20th, Oct 5th, Nov 2nd, Nov 9th, Nov 30th, Dec 14th
College mini-fairs will be held on the following dates:
Sept 20th, and Oct 4th. Please see Mrs. Reiss in counseling to sign up for the College Mini Fairs that will take place during AL from 2:40 to 3:30
Colleges/Universities attending Sept 20th:
The University of Alabama
Johnson & Wales
Bowling Green State University
Indiana State University
Mt St Joseph
Bethal University Visit September 14th at 2:40 during AL in Case Conference 4, please visit Naviance to sign up for a pass to learn more about Bethal University.
Indiana Tech Visit September 22nd, at 2:45 during AL in Case Conference Room 1, please visit Naviance to sign up for a pass to learn more about Indiana Tech.
Purdue Visit September 26th at 2:40 during AL in CCR4, please visit Naviance to sign up for a pass to learn more about Purdue University.
Notre Dame Visit September 28th at 2:40 during AL in CCR4, please visit Naviance to sign up for a pass to learn more about Notre Dame.
Purdue Ft Wayne Visit October 24th at 2:40 during AL in CCR1, please visit Naviance to sign up for a pass to learn more about Purdue Ft Wayne.
Valparaiso University Visit October 26th at 2:40 during AL in CCR2. Please visit Naviance to sign up for a pass to learn more about Valparaiso.
Ohio State University Visit October 28th at 2:40 during AL in CCR1, please visit Naviance to sign up for a pass to learn more about Ohio State University.
On Friday, September 16th, there will be a call out for the Boys Track and Field Team in the Jr/Sr Cafeteria during AL. Coach Glaub will take 20 minutes to discuss the off-season schedule and the upcoming season. Even if you are currently in a fall sport, please attend to receive information and ask questions. If you have any questions until then, email Coach Glaub or visit Coach Kenley and Coach Muhvic in their classrooms.