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Multicultural Fair

Multicultural Fair

The 19th annual Multicultural Fair featured displays of cultural artifacts, live performances, delicious foods, and a student fashion show. Countries represented included Japan, France, India, Ethiopia, and Haiti, among many others.

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Read the October Parents' Association Newsletter

Read the October Parents' Association Newsletter

You can read insightful pieces from Director of College Counseling Kate Ramsdell and Assistant Head of School and Middle School Head John Gifford. And don’t miss Provost Bill Bussey’s preview of an upcoming assembly focusing on the people, politics and history of the Gaza Strip.

 
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Outing Club Monadnock Hike

Outing Club Monadnock Hike

The Nobles Outing Club hiked to the summit of Mount Monadnock in New Hampshire on a perfect late summer Sunday on September 14, 2014. This annual kickoff adventure honored Bill Biddle, former Nobles teacher and pioneer of the Nobles Outing Club. Click "more" to view video.

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Friend to Creatures Great and Small

Friend to Creatures Great and Small

The 2014 recipient of Nobles' Young Graduate Award, veterinarian and animal advocate Dr. Meagan Rock '99, encourages students "to never stop taking risks or believing in your own ability to make the world a better place. Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity you have by virtue of being a Nobles student, and harness it to make a difference."

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Bliss Bees

Bliss Bees

Deb Harrison's AP Environmental Science class visited beloved graduate and beekeeper Bill Bliss '48 to learn about the influence of bees on our ecosystems and food systems. Learn more about their time together, and view the slideshow.

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Getting to the Root

HHCPres-006The History and Human Culture (HHC) course at Nobles explores modern global conflicts to deepen students’ understanding of their origins and hope for resolution. Through a curriculum rich in experiential learning, students collaborate, analyze, research, present and problem-solve. Examining issues of gender, economics, and cross-cultural contact through a historical lens, they gain perspective on the progress or surprising lack thereof over time.

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Small groups of students from Oris Bryant's HHC (History of the Human Community) classes are presenting research this week on early Indian empires. The class focuses on three modern conflicts (India/Pakistan/Kashmir; Israel-Palestine; and China/Tibet) and seeks to promote an understanding of the complex roots of each to allow students to practice peaceful conflict resolution. They conduct and share research, collaborate to solve problems, and write analytically. Experiential learning serves as a cornerstone of HHC; it includes multiple hands-on activities and simulations as well as an annual field trip to places of worship in the Boston area.


Legends
The men, the myths, the legends. #DickBaker #ChrisBurr #Legends #noblemanonline. Image by Lucy Lyons.

Nobles to Host Bruins Alumni

Don’t miss the chance to see a team of players from the Nobles community—including Mark Spence, director of counseling, and Mike McHugh, director of buildings and grounds—take on the Boston Bruins Alumni Team on November 8, at 5 p.m. at the Omni Flood Rink at Nobles. Proceeds of the benefit hockey game will go to Achieve at Nobles, a tuition-free academic enrichment program serving Boston-area middle school-age children from low-income families.

Yearbook photos this morning...hardworking and diligent Middle School Mentors. http://t.co/6Cf0NvV96e

#Imani performs Mayfield's People Get Ready at #Nobles assembly. #soulful http://t.co/DnjNb9BGGc

Early morning cueing session... Nothing like a little dark time #rightyouare http://t.co/OOhFk7u35z

"Facts are vulnerable to misuse." How critical thinking can help us make sense of big data: http://t.co/FI9eN70yx8
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Noble Grads
The score of the Nobles/Milton Challenge is Nobles:29 vs. Milton: 30. We'll be calling young graduates tonight asking for your support. Or, make your gift now at www.nobles.edu/giveonline and help Nobles take the lead!


Special OPS

Nobles Open Painting Studios

Friday marked the return of Open Painting Studios (OPS), a favorite tradition inspired by art faculty member David Roane. During X-block, the entire Nobles community is invited to indulge their creativity by painting together. Oh, and there’s popcorn. With 10 different seasonings. The year’s first OPS included a workshop led by Nobles’ own artist-in-residence, Jang Soon Im, who shared Asian painting materials and basic approaches to the use of water-based colors, natural pigment dyes, and natural paper.

Nothing says game-changer like glow-in-the -dark bowling shoes. A great afternoon for Middle Schoolers. http://t.co/TJcbHvGXQn

'Marcel The Shell With Shoes On' Returns, This Time With Allergies http://t.co/jQs4pRaKTf via @HuffPostComedy

The Perks of Being a Connected Educator http://t.co/zKMCLEk1qZ

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