SCHOOL STARTS AUGUST 5! Is your child registered? For more information, go to https://www.eastnoble.net/page/registration-and-book-rental-payments or call your child's school!
Don't Delay! Register TODAY! Students begin on August 5!
Check out East Noble School Corporation's "The Connector" for end of school year information. https://www.smore.com/pd956
For the 2021-2022 school year, some students will be eligible for state funds to offset the cost of preschool and before and aftercare. Registration for these funds is now open. This website is your one-stop shop to apply for state funds (CCDF and OMWPK): https://earlyedconnect.fssa.in.gov/onlineApp/home
Honored to have Dr. Katie Jenner, Indiana’s Secretary of Education, visit Our preschool at Avilla Elementary.
107 ENHS seniors were recognized tonight by our community for their many academic and extra-curricular accomplishments. Congratulations!! Thank you to the many community organizations and individuals who provided scholarships to these amazing students.
Traditional school is cancelled for Friday, May 7 due to dense fog. eLearning will be held.
ENSC two-hour delay, Friday, May 7, 2021 due to fog.
Beautiful day ahead at the John Reed Relays! Good luck to all athletes!
ENHS art students Shae Coil & Anna Strong entered a national art competition and learned that ENHS made the TOP 50! Public voting is now - May 7th. Please vote every day at this link: www.vans.com/customculture There is a $50,000 prize.
Congratulations to ENHS theatre teacher, Josh Ogle, on being named Kendallville Chamber of Commerce’s 2021 Young Professional of the Year!
What an amazing group of East Noble High School students and teachers. Congratulations to the ENHS Class of 2021 Top 10 and the ten teachers who inspired them to excel and embrace their education and life experiences.
Welcome Spring break! Happy times and lots of relaxation are wished for all. See you on April 12, 2021!
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Good luck ENHS Science Olympiad Team as you compete at the State competition Sat. Wesley Potts, Sadie Potts, Andrew Malone, Angelyn Nguyen, Kaeli Christian, Shae Coil, Jaron Bobay, Naomi Mize, Drew Sillaway, Jack Meyer, Josh Prater, Ryan Norden, Addie Dills, and Rachel Hand.
Congratulations and good luck to ENHS students Ryan Norden, Caden Anderson, and Braden Goldsberry as they compete in the State Science Fair Monday.
National Cyber Scholarship Competition Congratulations to ENHS students McKenna Arnett, Lori Strong, Justin Hunter, Reed Hamilton, Luke Mory, and Treyce Moschel! They have qualified for the 2021 National Cyber Scholarship Competition based on their outstanding performances in CyberStart America. This competition involves a set of computer security puzzles and challenges that test their skills in areas such as password cracking, reverse-engineering, memory corruption and cryptography. Prizes in the National Cyber Scholarship Competition include $2,500 college scholarships, access to SANS professional cybersecurity training, and more. The NCS national competition takes place online April 5-7, 2021. Congratulations to their outstanding teacher, Cindy Joest. East Noble congratulates these students and teacher for this accomplishment and wishes them well during the national competition!
ENSC is in a two-hour delay, March 17, 2021
Due to freezing fog, ENSC will be on a two-hour delay Friday, February 19, 2021.
Watch for East Noble School Corporation 2021-2022 Preschool information arriving soon. Check out this video to learn more about this active experiential learning program. https://youtu.be/E99ER0IdvM8