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Fundraiser Pickup

Fundraiser Pickup

Fundraiser Pickup is now on Monday, November 25th from 3-6 pm.

Food Drive

Food Drive

North Side's Student Council is sponsoring a Food Drive from November 4 - 15th. Check your pantry and bring in any nonperishable foods!

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Events

Nov 20

Event: Student Council
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Nov 20

Event: Board Meeting
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Nov 21

Event: Robotics Practice
2:50 PM - 4:00 PM

Nov 27

Event: Thanksgiving Break
Wed, Nov 27 - Fri, Nov 29

Nov 28

Event: Robotics Practice
2:50 PM - 4:00 PM

Dec 3

Event: PTO Meeting
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

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LIVE FEED

North Side Wildcats

North Side Wildcats

about 4 hours ago

North Side wore red to support our students and public education. #RedforEd

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North Side Wildcats

North Side Wildcats

about 11 hours ago

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/D74VP

Thank you for taking part in this important initiative!
East Noble Staff

North Side Wildcats

North Side Wildcats

1 day ago

Congratulations North Side Spell Bowl team for placing 3rd place!!!

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East Noble School Corporation

East Noble School Corporation

1 day ago

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!

North Side Wildcats

North Side Wildcats

1 day ago

Mrs. Schoeck’s kindergarten class has been learning about the structure and function of the human body through Project Lead the Way. As a culminating project, students had to work together in groups of 3 to create a cast that was strong, lightweight, comfortable, and waterproof. The students chose to take on the role of the injured person, the nurse, or the doctor. They had many different materials to choose from and did a great job working as a team to problem solve!

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