Calling all North Side Elementary families....
On this National Principals’ Day, ENSC wants to thank our amazing administrators! This district is blessed with dedicated & passionate leaders who go above & beyond daily to ensure students receive the best education & support possible.
ENHS staff surprised the Class of 2020 with a sign today! Congratulations seniors! You are special!
It is National Food Service Hero Day & ENSC food service staff are our hero’s!!! Thank you for all you do to support students daily. Thank you for your dedication feeding our students during the virus challenges. You are hero’s!!
Sat in on a Skype session with Mrs. Bolinger today while she provided a cooking lesson to her students. She delivered ingredients yesterday and students prepared their food from their homes while Mrs. Bolinger guided them. Great lesson!!
Another amazing ENHS student, Hannah Mast, visiting Orchard Point residents with her horse. Thank you for brightening these residents’ day!
Congratulations East Noble High School Class of 2020! You are amazing Knights who will be remembered!
So appreciative of the East Noble staff members who shared their best tips and tricks for teaching remotely through Skype today! Over 130 people participated in the session voluntarily; their dedication is unmatched! What the staff is doing to engage students is phenomenal!
A great resource for our students and parents.
ALERT: The East Noble School Board Meeting will now be broadcast live at https://youtu.be/Q3pO3KpuVIU . This is a change to a previously posted link.
Check out the East Noble Connector. Thank you Cassaundra Kesterke, ENSC Community Outreach Coordinator, for supporting our families with this excellent resource. https://www.smore.com/srdj5
Senior Students and Parents--Information regarding seniors purchasing their laptops can be found at https://5il.co/fc9s
ENHS Show Choir Auditions for 2020-2021. Anyone interested in auditioning for show choir for the coming 2020-2021 season will need to contact Mr and Mrs Mettert to set up a Skype audition. Please email them at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking for 40 great women and 12 great men who love to perform!
Kayla Desper, a junior at ENHS put her caring heart and 4-H sewing skills to work during Spring Break. She has sewn over 60 masks to help protect the East Noble community. We are proud of you Kayla! Thank you for sharing your talents.
Tonight’s student shout out goes to: East Noble students Keegan and Kyler Corbin and family who have sewn over 600 masks for our medical community. Proud of our EN family. Thank you for supporting our medical providers and keeping our community safe.
If your child is having difficulties completing eLearning because of internet access, don't forget that there is wireless outside of all ENSC buildings. Also, Ligtel has provided access at the CLC, Hidden Ego, and Cody's Pizza in Avilla. See the emails sent to parents for info!
Calling all parents/guardians of upcoming preschoolers and kindergarteners.... With schools closed due to COVID, ENSC was not able to hold kindergarten and preschool round up. If you have a child who will be a kindergartner this fall or a preschooler this fall, please use these links to begin the registration process. Kindergarten: www.tinyurl.com/Kindergarten2020ENSC Preschool: www.tinyurl.com/Preschool2020 PLEASE SHARE THIS MESSAGE!!!
UPDATED LUNCH SCHEDULE To ensure continue safety for our staff and families, we need to change our lunch delivery schedule. Meals will be delivered twice each week on Mondays and Wednesday. Mondays will include two lunches for Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday deliver will include three lunches for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. If you want to participate in school lunches, please use this link to register: https://tinyurl.com/ENSC-LunchRequest Thank you all for our patience!!! Ann Linson, Superintendent
Today, Dr. McCormick and Gov. Holcomb made a historic decision to close school facilities until the end of the school year. This means we will continue eLearning three days per week to fulfill the school day requirement. We realize this is challenging for everyone; however, the safety of our students and community must be a primary concern. I realize you must have many questions and, unfortunately, I do not have answers yet. We will continue with the current plan of Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday eLearning days. Expect an update from me late Monday (April 6) that will provide you with additional details. Thank you for your patience. We will get through this, one day at a time. Ann Linson, Superintendent
ENSC wants a healthy community and kids back in school soon. Stay home when you can, keep your 6 ft distance from others, and flatten the curve.