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November 18, 2022
November 18, 2022
The Muslim Student Association (MSA) will be having a meeting on Monday the 21st during AL. Request a pass from Miss Aprill to attend.
Opening night for ‘Chicago: Teen Edition’ is Thursday
Noblesville High School presents "Chicago: Teen Edition,” at 7 p.m. Nov. 17, 18 and 19 at Noblesville High School.
There are 90 student cast and crew members, including 53 student cast members, 37 student crew members, plus 13 adults on artistic staff and 25 mostly-student musicians in the pit orchestra.
Tickets: $10 and $15 at https://search.seatyourself.biz/webstore/accounts/nhscpo/buy-tix
For more information on the show, including a link to NHS Choir Parent Organization’s silent auction and more, visit https://nhscpo.org/
The next ASU club meeting is Monday, November 21 in room 2233. Request an e-hall pass from Miss Presto.
The NHS 6th annual Toy Drive has begun! The NHS Sociology Club has partnered with the Noblesville Fire Department to make sure the season is bright for all Noblesville kids. Please bring a new toy to donate to Mrs. Gilbert's rm 2210 between now and Tues. Dec. 6th. Toys can include sporting goods, books, crafts for ages infant to 18 yrs. and must be new. Please join us in the spirit of giving back to our community!
The ESPORTS team will be hosting the coffee mill this Thursday and Friday.
Students interested in reading the next books for Miller Reader Club should stop by the library to pick up their FREE COPIES. If you take a book, you commit to a required book club meeting. We only have 20 copies, so only take one if you need one and can come to the meeting. The books the club chose are both by Natalie D. Richards - One Was Lost and Five Total Strangers. See Mrs. Misetic in the library if you have any questions.
Sophomores and Juniors - are you interested in attending a summer scholars’ program at Notre Dame University? Summer Scholars participants spend two intensive weeks on Notre Dame's campus taking a challenging college-level course taught by Notre Dame faculty. Financial aid is available and the deadline to apply for admission is February 13, 2023. Visit precollege.nd.edu for application materials and more information.
Students interested in traveling to Germany, Switzerland, France and the Netherlands over Spring Break 2024, there will be an information meeting Tues. Dec. 6th at 7 pm in Mrs. Gilbert’s rm. 2210. You can also stop by Mrs. Gilbert's rm. 2210 for trip information.
- Informational meeting on November 16 @ 6:00 for anyone interested in going in the summer of 2024.
- RSVP to the meeting using the QR code
- Talk with Ms. Berryman if you have any questions
Freshman and Sophomores, have you ever wanted to snorkel with sea turtles, hike up a cloud forest and go white water rafting through a jungle? If so, the Spring Break 2025 trip to The Galapagos Islands may be for you! Please come to the informational meeting February 16th at 6:30pm in the LGI room. Scan the QR code here or outside of Mrs. Foye or Mrs. Stevens' rooms to sign up for the meeting.
Lunchroom Military Visits
The Following military branch will be visiting our school café during all lunches, be sure to stop
by their table!
Nov 17 th , Dec 6 th and Dec 15 th
Nov 21 st , and Dec 12 th
ARMY NATL GUARD
Nov 16 th , and Dec 7 th
Nov 30 th , Dec 14 th
Marian University Visit November 11 at 2:40 during AL in CCR1. , please visit Naviance to sign
up for a pass/or see Mrs Reiss for an E-Hall pass to learn more about Marian University
SCAD Visit November 28 th at 2:40 during AL in CCR1, please visit Naviance to sign up for a
pass/or see Mrs Reiss for an E-Hall pass to learn more about what SCAD has to offer.
On December 2nd during AL, there will be a Boys Track and Field call out in Coach Kenley's classroom. We will cover all things for the upcoming season and go over winter schedules. Please request a pass from Coach Kenley or Coach Muhvic to attend. If you can't attend or you are in a winter sport, that is fine. Reach out to Coach Glaub for information.