ENMS is still looking for a track assistant coach. Practice starts this month and we could really use some help. Contact Kevin Irons at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
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
ENSC will be on a two-hour delay Tuesday, February 2, 2021.
With this amazing and fun snow, comes crazy road/driving challenges. Traditional school is cancelled, eLearning in session for Monday, February 1, 2021.
We are having an awkward family photo contest! Your middle school student has the link to the Padlet to post your best awkward family photo. Join in and have some fun.
Check out the January edition of The Connector developed by ENSC Outreach Coordinator Cassaundra Kesterke. https://www.smore.com/7zfv0.
Struggling to find affordable internet for your children to complete work online? Do your children receive free/reduced lunch? If so, you may qualify for lower-cost internet options! Go to https://5il.co/og9u for more information.
More rumors....There is a RUMOR going around that ENHS is closing due to COVID cases. This is a RUMOR and there is zero truth to this. ENSC schools stayed open during a difficult Dec. We will persevere and stay open until May 28!
Congratulations to our December students of the month! 6th Grade: Auer—Isla Kugler Babyak—Hayley Mitchell Dean—Ava Schultz Everage—Samantha Nutter Hicks—Lily Baermann Juillerat—Levi Tarr Owens—Madison Holland Reidenbach—Claire Lash Robertson—Alexandra Carpenter Rogers—Ian Valles Orange Team: Language Arts—Diara Ibarra Math—Hunter Shire Science—Macey Colin Social Studies—Neveah Handshoe Yellow Team: Language Arts—Vanessa Roberts Math—Leen Mohammed Science—Mila Halmagyi Social Studies—Aiden Hoffman Red/Purple Team: Language Arts—Sebastian Harris Math—Elijah Delashmit Science—Rylie Pasztor Social Studies—Alysa Casebere Blue Team: Language Arts—Kelsey Meyer Math—Trey Sparkman Science—Jasmine VanAllen Social Studies—Reece Shellman Green Team: Language Arts—Ryler Baker Math—Johnathon Muzzillo Science—Kaitlin Borrero Social Studies—Manny Pita Related Arts: Performing Arts—Karina Bolinger FACS—Ellisyn Will Health—LiliAyn Reed Technology—Mariam Ali Visual Arts—Anastasia Smead PE—Addison Deming PLTW—Aaron Meek Applied Skills—Zack Berson
A huge thank you to Kendallville Iron and Metal for the 5 Lakes Gift Cards for the ENMS staff today! The appreciation towards staff by Knight Nation is amazing.
East Noble Middle School is looking for a boys soccer coach. If you are interested please contact our athletic director: Mr. Irons (260) 347-0100 email@example.com
As we near the half way point of the school year, very few in the community thought we would still be holding face to face instruction in our buildings. Honestly, I had my own doubts. We are still in school and going strong. It is because of our outstanding staff and their dedication and unselfish actions that we are able to continue educating our students and providing valuable experiences that support their dreams! THANK YOU ENSC STAFF. You are appreciated, amazing, and rock stars! We can do this! Bring on 2021....please! -Ann Linson, Superintendent
Our National Honor Society students did a fantastic job of honoring our veteran's on this great day. We wish we could have held our normal ceremony and had veteran's in the building but our students made the most of it! https://youtu.be/tB3XnNTJDIs
This week we are focusing on Trusted Adults through our Sources of Strength Club. Check out their video about what makes a great trusted adult. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Qi6u9PGd7M&feature=youtu.be
Reminder: ENHS is an IDOE Performance Qualified School and has earned certain privileges. Fri, Nov. 6 will be no school/no eLearning for high school students only. This day will be used by staff to close out tri 1 & prepare for tri 2.
East Noble Middle School is looking for two instructional assistants in our sixth grade classrooms. Seven hours a day and working in great environment. Email Andy Deming at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested!
Winter Cheerleading Tryouts **YOU MUST HAVE A PHYSICAL ON FILE TO TRYOUT** Tuesday, November 10, Wendesday, November 11, and Thursday, November 12 3:00-4:45 in the wrestling room
Our science club is looking for 30 pumpkins big enough to carve for their annual contest. Please contact Ms. Plikerd at email@example.com if you are able to help with this donation.
Tune in at 8:00 PM on Thursday, October 1, to hear an interview with WAWK's Fred Inniger and ENSC's own Superintendent Linson. They will be discussing Ann's recent District II Superintendent of the Year Award and other fun facts about her life! Go to 95.5FM, 94.3, or wawk.com!
Every person "counts!" Community and school funding for the next ten years is dependent upon the Census!!! If you have not completed the 2020 Census, please do so today!! If you cannot find your form, use this link: https://my2020census.gov/
Great students in Knight Nation! Last week several students invite new students to their lunch table so they didn't sit alone. Yesterday morning had a 7th grader help push an elderly woman's car out of the road. Today had students lift up another student who was feeling down.
ENSC closed Tuesday, August 11, 2020 due to power outages and storm damage. No eLearning.
Due to storm damage and limited electricity, ENSC will start Tuesday, August 11, 2020 with a two-hour delay.
Any parent wanting to enroll their student in ENMS Online Program, must inform the school of their plans as soon as possible. You can email Andrew Deming at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the school at 347-0100
Knight Nation- Don't forget to register your student for school. We are a little over one week from welcoming our students back into the building. If you need help with registration please call the ENMS office- 347-0100.
Follow up: The 6th grade Transition to a Knight is still be held, but for students only. The 9th grade orientation is still being held for students only.
We have some families asking about Back to School Night. Since Gov. Holcomb was not able to advance to Stage 5 reopening, ENSC cannot hold open house events. Watch for an introduction from your child's teachers before school begins.
ENSC is excited to begin school in less than two weeks! To ensure transportation arrangements, classrooms, and other aspects of school are ready, we need families to register their children before August 6! We are excited to begin!!!
ENMS coaching vacancy: Volleyball Coach Middle School Volleyball Coach for the 2020-2021 fall sports season. Direct questions to Kevin Irons, East Noble Middle School Athletic Director email@example.com
Don’t forget....two random students will receive free book fees for the 2020-2021 school year. You must online register by midnight tonight to be considered.
Volleyball Open Gyms Tuesday, July 14 Thursday, July 16 Tuesday, July 21 Tuesday, July 28 All workouts are from 3:00-4:30pm
We are excited to welcome new students to East Noble School Corporation! Walk in registration for new students is this Thursday, July 16, from noon until 7 p.m. This is limited to ONE PARENT AND THE CHILD OR CHILDREN being registered in the particular building. MASKS ARE STRONGLY RECOMMENDED! If you have children who attended an ENSC building last year, we encourage you to register online rather than walk in. Two random students who register online before July 16 will receive free book fees for the 2020-2021 school year. Reopening safety plans will be released later this week. If you want to participate in online learning, you do need to be registered.
Please click on this link to view a school reopening message from the Noble County school districts' superintendents. https://5il.co/i50v
Please click on this link to view a message from the Noble County school districts' superintendents. https://5il.co/i50v
ENSC is excited to begin a new school year. Online registration is open and we are encouraging you to get registered before July 16! Through a random drawing, two students registered by July 15 will receive free book fees!! Walk in registration is Thursday, July 16 from noon - 7 p.m. we can’t wait to have our students return!
8th Grade End of Year Awards. Very proud of these students for their hards work. Sorry to see their 8th grade year end this way but know they will do great in high school! https://youtu.be/8h6Df62t78g
7th Grade End of Year Awards. Great job students on all of your accommplishments this school year! https://youtu.be/_CWUeefWhd8
6th Grade End of Year Awards. Congratulations to all of these 6th grade students! Proud of their hard work this school year. https://youtu.be/Uz_IbOF4Ekw
A reminder to all of our students. There is virtual learning tomorrow, Friday, May 15th. This is your last day of the 2019-2020 school year.
ENMS 2019-2020 yearbooks will not be delievered to the school until sometime in June. Any student that ordered a yearbook will recieve the book at the start of school in the fall. Current 8th grade student's yearbooks will be sent to the HS.
The ENMS Academic Super Bowl Team recently competed in a virtual Academic Super Bowl. Our students did a fantastic job and very proud of them for putting in this extra effort. Congratulations to Erin Pippenger who took 1st place in English and 3rd place in Social Studies!!
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.
Great video put together by some of our students for the frontline warriors. Thank you Mr. Vaught and students for putting together the video! https://youtu.be/fw-xUaNUKN0
Student's were given an assignment to recreate a famous painting. They did not disappoint. Great job students! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0vAvpLq3dg
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
Students and parents, make sure you continue to check your email on a daily basis. Teachers are trying to stay in contact with everyone as much as possible, and a main method of contact is through email.
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
Struggling to complete eLearning because of no/slow internet? Outside wireless is provided in areas around all ENSC buildings! To see where the signals are the strongest, check out https://5il.co/e6id.
Students needing technology support should email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to our online support portal at 2help.eastnoble.net. Techs will continuously monitor these from 7:30-4:00 M-F.
Lunches are being delivered to several locations throughout the district over Spring Break. Pick-up times are 11:00-11:30AM daily. Delivery locations are listed below: ALL East Noble Schools Apple Tree Center Autumn Hills Mobile Home Park Brimfield (Main St. @ Summit St.) Carriage House Office Community Learning Center Deerfield Apts. LaOtto Fire Dept. Maple Grove Mobile Home Park Office Nelson Estates Wolcottville Mobile Home Park YMCA
Video presentation with information about upcoming virtual learning (elearning) days. https://youtu.be/UY9iLT3c6Z8
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Boomerang Backpacks in coordination with Pine Hills Church is providing a free grab and go sack lunch to all ENSC students in grades PreK-12th grade Monday through Friday March 16-20. The drive through pick up locations are located at Rome City Elementary, Avilla Elementary, and the Community Learning Center in Kendallville from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Lunches following spring break are to be announced at a later date. THANK YOU to these organizations for supporting our students!
The National Junior Honor Society induction ceremony scheduled for this eveing (3-11) has been postponed to a later date yet to be determined.
Report cards for the third nine weeks will be sent home with students today (Tuesday 10th). Honor Breakfast schedule: March 18th 8:00- 6th grade March 19th 8:00- 7th grade March 20th 8:00- 8th grade
Congratulations to our February students of the month! 6th Grade: Auer: Addison Deming Dean: Eli Reynolds Juillerat: Malak Ahmed Reidenbach: Anabel Martin Robertson: Carson White Babyak: Erin Blackman Hicks: Addison Garrison Owens: Johanna Carpenter Everage: Abigail Alwine Rogers: Destiny Sorrell Orange Team: Math: Addison Schultz Science: Kaitlin Moore Social Studies: Damion Newhall Language Arts: EJ Perkins Yellow Team: Math: Rae David Science: Brett Campbell Social Studies: Ryleigh Shepherd Language Arts: Selena Mitchell Red/Purple Team: Math: Brayden Youngkin Science: Nate McNamara Social Studies: Sean Valles Language Arts: Jayden Bartlett Green Team: Math: Jack Christian Science: Haylea Smith Social Studies: Matt Vance Language Arts: Easton Knafel Blue Team: Math: Ariel Stanley Science: Jacob Smith Social Studies: Angela Schocke Language Arts: Dayanara Solis Related Arts: Performing Arts: Katie White FACS: Briana Sanchez Health: Juliana Crow Technology: Cole Thompson Visual Arts: Samantha Oakes PE: TJ Fry PLTW: April Little Applied Skills: Jaiden Venzke
Spring sports have arrived. Still time to join a team and represent Knight Nation. All information can be found in the MS office or athletic website. Track- Practice began March 2 Soccer- Practice began March 2 Golf- Practice begins April 6 Tennis- Practice begins April 6
We are working on a military display to honor our Knight Nation family members actively serving in the United States Military. If you have a middle school student and their immediate family member (dad, mom, sister, brother) is actively serving in the military, we would love to add their information to our board! Please email email@example.com with a photo and the following information: name, military branch, location served (if applicable), and relationship to student.
Swim meet tonight (2-25) vs Norwell has been cancelled. There will still be practice until 5:30.
Parent Teacher Conferences will still take place today from 3:30-7:30 at the middle school.
Congratulations to our January Students of the Month! Green Team: Math: Amy Geary Science: Braden Goldsberry Social Studies: Abigail McLeod Language Arts: Alyssa Speicher Blue Team: Math: Landyn Walkup Science: Caden Anderson Social Studies: Eduardo Gonzalez Language Arts: Alexis Eash Red/Purple Team: Math: Allyson Savoie Science: Elijah Delashmit Social Studies: Hadleigh Eling Language Arts: Gabe Carteaux Orange Team: Math: Kaden Straley Science: Natalie Bailey Social Studies: Zahi Saif Language Arts: Addison Schultz Yellow Team: Math: Olivia Halbert Science: Ian Smith Social Studies: Brady Jones Language Arts: Liz Schmidt 6th Grade: Auer: Zoey Kuzniar Dean: Macey Colin Juillerat: Alejandra Somers Reidenbach: Evan Cope Robertson: Allison Nord Babyak: Lucy Kitchen Hicks: Eli Reynolds Owens: Damien Stark Everage: Hayden Mitchener Rogers: Kate David Related Arts: Performing Arts: Whitney Weeks FACS: Shaina Coil Health: Madison Cain Technology: Mariam Ali Visual Arts: Kaylee Ryman PE: Walker Allen PLTW: Zack Leighty Applied Skills: Julio Martinez
Shout out to our middle school band students on a great day at the ISSMA Solo and Ensemble. ENMS had 29 events recieve gold star rating!
Girls Basketball Conference game is moved to Tuesday January 28th @ Riverview- 5:00
Tomorrow is our skating party for students who earned enough Knight Passes during the second nine weeks. An information sheet was sent home earlier this week with those students attending. 7th and 8th grade will be going in the morning and 6th grade in the afternoon.
East Noble Middle School’s four robotics teams competed in their first ever competition over the weekend at Lakeland Intermediate School, where the top two teams would receive invitations to compete at the state tournament. All four East Noble Middle School teams placed in the top 10, which qualified for the tournament finals. Two of our teams won the finals match and the entire tournament. This means they will be competing at the State Competition at Lucas Oil Stadium. Our third team took home the individual team award by scoring the highest single run of any other team in the tournament.
5th Grade Parents- Mark your calendars now for the incoming sixth grade scheduling meeting. This will take place on May 7th at ENMS starting at 6:00.
Report cards for the second nine weeks will be sent home with students tomorrrow (1-7). If your student earned honor roll, they are invited to our honor breakfast next week beginning at 8:00 a.m. in the cafeteria. 6th Grade- Jan 15 7th Grade- Jan 16 8th Grade- Jan 17
It is a great feeling when the IDOE shows their support of ENSC staff & students. ENSC received a STEM Acceleration Grant to advance our k-12 work in problem/project based learning. Thank you Asst. Supt. Becca Lamon for writing the grant.
Congratulations to our December Students of the Month 6th Grade: Auer—Braelen Bush Dean—Tabitha Sumner Juillerat—Vanessa Roberts Reidenbach—Tatum Lockhart Robertson—Taylor Hall Babyak—Ella Walter Hicks—Isac Barber Owens—Kyla Shockney Everage—Raylynn Taylor Rogers—McKenzy Tarr Orange Team: Math—Laney Thiel Science—Raihana Murshad Social Studies—Natalie Spidel Language Arts—Taylor Rasnake Yellow Team: Math—Gavin Sowles Science—Nathan Bowker Social Studies—Madison Grawcock Language Arts—Kayla Bruce Red/Purple Team: Math—Manny Pita Science—Macy Blackman Social Studies—Haylee McCann Language Arts—Parker Kerr Blue Team: Math—Noah Noble Science—Kylie Ruiz Social Studies—Solaya McGuire Language Arts—Gunner Willey Green Team: Math—Starletta Smith Science—Brooke Bell Social Studies—Brennen Woodford Language Arts—Hope Fleck Related Arts: Performing Arts—Kirsten Ritchie FACS—Ashlin Gromaski Health—Bailey Cox Technology—Kailyn Harris Visual Arts—Redmin Brumbaugh PE—Kate David PLTW—Kyle Harrington Applied Skills—William Roberts
The Winter Showcase is Monday from 5:30-7:30! Our band, choir, and color guard students will be performing. Also, the FACS, art, ceramics, and PLTW students will be showing off their great projects. Come out and support your Knights.
Congratulations to our November student's of the month! 6th Grade: Auer—Damien Stark Babyak—Mohamed Aezeh Dean—Amelia VanGessel Everage—Nathaniel Schlotter Hicks—Alex Peterson Juillerat—Rya Montoya Owens—Keegan Derry Reidenbach—Ailey Odem Robertson—LiliAyn Reed Rogers—Kiana Haley Orange Team: Math—Conner Cornell Science—Taylor Eggering Social Studies—Estill Perkins Language Arts—Kaitlynn Hogestyn Yellow Team: Math—Kiley Jollief Science—Lilly Rickard Social Studies—Tyler Baker Language Arts—Alexis Rogers Red/Purple Team: Math—Ben Barker Science—Erin Pippenger Social Studies—Conner Leins Language Arts—Aviana Virgo Green Team: Math—Jade Terry Science—Braydon Collins Social Studies—Mason Fulk Language Arts—Landon Conley Blue Team: Math—Alexis Eash Science—Kinsey Cole Social Studies—Trevor Stinson Language Arts—Julianna Crow Related Arts: Performing Arts—Kaelyn White FACS—Audrey Arnold Health—Lauren Munson Technology—Caden Anderson Visual Arts—Abigail McLeod PE—Tyrin Parks PLTW—Rylie Pasztor Applied Skills—Anna Powell
Student Council and Sources of Strength are teaming up for a winter clothing drive. The Giving Tree is going to run from December 2nd – 13th. Students are encouraged to bring in NEW coats, gloves, hats, scarves. Students will also be able to give a monetary donation of at least $1 on MONDAY, DECEMBER 9TH to wear a hat and WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11th to use their phone during lunch. If they donate $5, they can buy a pass out of AL for FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13TH.
The 8th grade science teachers are looking for supplies to make tie dye shirts. If you are able to donate supplies that would be great. You can send to school with your student Men's White T-Shirts (all sizes) Tulip Brand Dye- Blue, Green, and Purple (depending on student's team)
Nov. 19 is Red for Ed day. We are fortunate to have teacher leaders heading to Indianapolis to represent all of our teachers. At the same time, we are also fortunate to have nearly all of our teachers planning to remain in their buildings tomorrow and teach one of our most precious assets, our students! Don’t be confused by the number who are staying here to teach our students. They, too, believe strongly that districts need to be funded so that we are able to provide the support our students need and the salary our teachers deserve. They believe their profession is extremely important and they create hope, dreams, and a future for our youth which in turn impacts our economy and future. Wear red Tuesday, Nov. 19 to support our teachers and all those who work with students daily. They make a difference in the lives of our 3,600 ENSC students!
Dear Parents and Guardians of East Noble Students, East Noble School Corporation is reaching out to ask you to take part in our school questionnaire about technology. Your participation is essential to help us form a more complete picture of technology use in our students’ lives, both at school and at home. Your answers are valuable to us; we make use of this data to drive decisions about things such as choosing appropriate technology for classrooms and to better understand what technology skills we may need to focus more on with students. The last day to complete this questionnaire is Tuesday, November 26. Your answers will remain completely anonymous. Please respond using the link below: http://www.BByt.es/WM6HP
The middle school is in need of an need of a head swim coach. Season: Mid-January 2020 through March 2020 Stipend: $1100.00 Direct questions to Kevin Irons, East Noble Middle School Athletic Director 260-347-0100 firstname.lastname@example.org
All after school activities at the middle school are cancelled for Monday November 11th.
Shout out to ENMS art teacher ,Morgan Schrock, for recieving a $400 grant from Community Foundation of Noble County. Morgan is spending the money on a slab roller for her ceramics class!
Our 7th grade students are going to Finance Park on November 21st and 22nd. We are in need of parent volunteers to help with this great field trip. Please let your student's social studies teacher know if you are interested in volunteering.
East Noble School Counseling Department and Anti-Trafficking Network of Northeast Indiana invite you to join us for a presentation on the dangers and how to keep children safe from human trafficking on Tuesday, October 22nd at 6pm at East Noble Middle School.
ENMS honor roll breakfast mornings are next week to celebrate students who earned honor roll for the first 9 weeks. Students recieved an invitation attached to their report card. Oct 23rd- 6th Grade- 8:00 a.m. Oct 24th- 7th Grade- 8:00 a.m. Oct 25th- 8th Grade- 8:00 a.m.
FINDING OUT what's to eat in your child's school has gotten easier since the launch of our new ENSC website and app. Want to see what's for lunch today? CHECK THE APP! Want to print a PDF of the entire month? GO TO THE WEBSITE! For more info, go to https://5il.co/aqew!
FINDING OUT what's to eat in your child's school has gotten easier since the launch of our new ENSC website and app. Want to see what's for lunch today? CHECK THE APP! Want to print a PDF of the entire month? GO TO THE WEBSITE! For more info, go to https://5il.co/aqew!
Today (10-11) is the last day for the first nine weeks. Report cards will be sent home with all students on Tuesday (10-15).
Athletic conference tournament games are starting next week. Reminder that athletic passes can't be used for conference games. All admission is $3.00 for events.
Boys Basketball Try-Outs You must have a physical on file to try-out 8th Grade Boys Monday, Oct. 28 and Tuesday, Oct. 29 3:15-4:45pm 7th Grade Boys Monday, Oct. 28 and Tuesday, Oct. 29 6:00-7:15pm Cuts made after Tuesday’s try-outs
Girls Basketball Try-Outs You must have a physical on file to try-out Monday, October 28 and Tuesday, October 29 Both 7th and 8th grade 3:15-5:30pm Cuts will be made after Tuesday’s try-out.
ENSC is honored to host the Kendallville Candidates Debate on Oct. 9 in the Cole Auditorium beginning at 6 p.m. For more information, read this KPC story: https://www.kpcnews.com/newssun/article_7adc0363-abdc-5d58-9289-ca3c6dd1ada3.html
College Go Week is next week for the middle school. Students will be learning about after high school opportunities and taking college visits. 6th Grade to Purdue Fort Wayne- Sept 23rd 8th Grade to Trine- Sept 24th 7th Grade to Manchester- Sept 25th
A huge thank you to the middle school parents that provided a meal for our staff before parent conferences!
Back to school dance is tomorrow evening (23rd) from 6:00-8:00. Theme is blue and gold and cost is $5.00 at the door. #dance_it_up #awkward_slow_dance #MSFUN
Welcome back students and families! Check out the video to meet your ENMS staff. And no, we don't have any formal training. These dance moves are all natural talent! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoYjb4ck3w4&t=42s
Don't forget that open house is Thursday August 1st from 6:00-7:30. Doors will open at 6:00. Can't wait to see students eager to meet their teachers!
Picture day for East Noble Middle School is on August 12th! Picture forms will be sent home the first few days of school.
Congratulations to South Side Elementary art teacher Mrs. Dona Mossburg on her upcoming retirement. Dona has done some great things for ENSC in her 40 years of art education
We wish the best of luck to Marilyn Freiburger as she goes into her retirement. Today at the final staff meeting of the school year, Mr. Ogle and Mr. Munk presented Marilyn with a "Lifetime Season Ticket." Don't be a stranger, Marilyn!