To all Avilla Elementary School, North Side Elementary, Rome City Elementary, South Side Elementary, Wayne Center Elementary School parents. Needing a place for your student to go to during Christmas break? Champions Champ Camp is now accepting enrollments! Scan the QR code below to enroll today and let your student discover the magic of Champ Camp during Christmas break! Note: Champions Champ Camp will be open 6:30am-6:00pm all six days (December 20th, 21st, 22nd, 27th, 28th, and 29th).
The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile is coming to the Cole Center YMCA tomorrow, November 30th! Parkview Physicians Group - Pediatrics will be on site to provide available services to your students! More information is below! Please share with anyone you know that has a student, or child ages 0-18 if they are interested!
Shoutout to our amazing employees, @Nolan Richhart and @Josh Walters! We are proud to have such talented individuals representing East Noble. Your commitment to excellence is inspiring, and your willingness to share your knowledge with others is what makes our district shine!
ATTENTION TO ALL: Your input is important! Please mark your calendars for the upcoming East Noble Town Hall Meetings in the month of October that are listed below! We look forward to seeing you there!
Basket Brigade and Christmas Bureau applications are currently available to those who have completed the application and qualify for free and reduced lunch. If you have not filled out this application for free and reduced lunch this school year, please do so as soon as possible. Once qualified, you will receive a copy of the application for Basket Brigade. Only Kendallville residents (46755 zip code) will receive the Christmas Bureau application. Visit the following link for the free and reduced application to see if you qualify: https://eastnoble.familyportal.cloud/ If you have already applied and qualify, you should receive the application through your child’s school. Please contact Kris DeLong with any questions at 260-347-2502.
EAST NOBLE COMMUNITY: Indiana Learns is a statewide enrichment grant program supporting reading and math growth for eligible young Hoosiers by funding tutoring in a variety of settings. Eligible families, demonstrating both financial and academic need, can access up to $1,000 to spend with approved providers on high-dosage tutoring and approved out-of-school academic programs for their students. All qualifying students will have access to at least $500 to apply toward approved in-person or virtual tutoring opportunities listed in the online platform. Examples of qualifying expenses include: private tutoring, small group tutoring, or academic-focused camps held during school breaks. If an eligible student attends a school that has committed to matching funds, that student will have access to a total of $1,000 in funds for approved expenses. You may access more information at the following link: https://www.in.gov/doe/students/indiana-learns/
Good afternoon, Knight Nation! Many people ask about a spirit wear shop for East Noble gear. Here is a QR code and link that you may check out if interested. Nick David Activities Director
On August 17, six students from East Noble High School were awarded national recognition from the BigFuture College Board on their academic accomplishments. This award is presented to the students with a GPA of 3.5 or higher and outstanding performance on PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, and/or AP exams. A huge congratulations goes out to Kylie Ruiz, Melissa Smith, Lauren Beitz, Sadie Potts, Ethan Jansen, and Erin Pippenger! You all have made East Noble School Corporation proud!
Are you ready for the first day of school tomorrow? *Important Reminders* -Please log into your PowerSchool account and double check transportation information and verify pick up and drop off times. -If you were not able to attend Back to School Night, please have your child pack the items on their school suppy list. -We have a lot of new staff and a lot of new students, please understand that the first few days may be a little bumpy. Please be patient as we transtion back into the swing of things. -Get a good nights sleep! Tomorrow is going to be a transition for everyone. Make sure your child is well rested and ready for the day! We are so excited to see you all in morning!
School begins on August 9, 2023! Have your registered your child? Registration affects many aspects of your child's experience, such as transportation and technology. Help ensure a smooth start to the year by making sure your child is registered prior to tomorrow!
FULL STEAM AHEAD! Yesterday, staff members from across East Noble gathered together at ENHS to kick off the 2023-2024 school year. The day began by recognizing staff members who are new to ENSC. After that, the 2023 Teacher of the Year, Valerie Spaw, gave a meaningful speech about her parents and former teachers who played a part in making her the teacher she is today. The meeting finished with Dr. Teresa Gremaux setting the stage for the year ahead. East Noble staff members look forward to the start of the school year!
Back to School Night is TONIGHT in all of our buildings from 5:30pm-7:00pm. This is your chance to stop by and see the school, drop off supplies, and meet your teachers! We are so excited to see you all!
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With the safety of our students, parents, and community members in mind, we have been working with local authorities to implement changes to how traffic will be managed around East Noble Middle School as construction on Drake Road continues. The image in this post details the flow of vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Here are the key changes you should be aware of: • Students Who Walk: There is a walking path available for students who walk to ENMS on the north side of Drake Road. We ask that students use the provided path. • Crossing Guard: Our crossing guard will be located across the street from the main entrance to the middle school parking lot. Students who walk to school are expected to only cross with the cross guard at this location. • Drop-off/Pick-up Zones: The designated areas for student drop-off and pick-up will remain the same as they have in the past. With the increased foot traffic at the main entrance of the parking lot, please be careful and aware of your surroundings when entering and especially exiting the parking lot. This plan is subject to change as construction continues. We kindly request your cooperation and understanding during this transition period. Thank you for your help in keeping East Noble Middle School safe. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the office at East Noble Middle School.
East Noble has been approved to provide a FREE meal program for all our Elementary and Middle School students. This will allow all students to have access to one free breakfast and one free lunch daily. Any ala cart or extra items are not included. There are several requirements to be approved for this State Administered Federal Program. We did apply for this program to be in all of our schools, however, the High School did not qualify at this time. We are excited to offer this benefit to many of our families across the district.
We are looking for 2 Elementary Teachers to join our team here at ENSC. Visit the Active Vacancies for more information on each posting.
Online registration is now open!
Our ENSC Central office will be closed today in observance of Independence Day. We hope you all have a fun and safe holiday.
Air Quality Update for June 30th:
A message to all ENSC Families: