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Still We Rise: Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Still We Rise: Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

On the day after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Students United for Racial Justice and Equity (SURJE) led assembly with stories of resistance and offered some solutions. Click "more" for the full story and a photo gallery of the moving assembly. 

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Read the January Parents' Association Newsletter

Read the January Parents' Association Newsletter

Read thoughts from our faculty on how a new year allows us to look back on and learn from the past, but also to look forward with renewed energy, to opportunities for growth, leadership and change.

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Sights of Sounds

Sights of Sounds

On November 30 and December 7, the Nobles music department presented its two fall concerts. The choral concert featured eight singing groups, and the jazz, blues, guitar and percussion concert featured five instrumental ensembles. Check out a photo gallery from the performances by clicking "More".

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Read the December Parents' Association Newsletter

Read the December Parents' Association Newsletter

This month’s issue gathers lessons learned from Shakespeare, Christmas, Kliptown, Lawrence Auditorium and an eighth grade English course to reflect on the importance of sleep, difference, perspective, failure and challenging childhood moments, respectively. Full of event notices, life experiences, and seasoned advice, this issue prepares us for a busy December.

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Going Global

Going Global

Global Online Academy (GOA), a program that connects independent schools around the world through online classrooms, recently honored two Nobles teachers with the designation of “learning design coaches.” Modern language faculty member Ayako Anderson and history and social science faculty member Jenny Carlson-Pietraszek earned the titles for their “commitment to excellent teaching and learning in the classroom, the school and the professional learning community.”

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Noble and Greenough
Next week, we'll occupy the new Putnam Library and academic center. Start the celebration tomorrow, Thursday, 1/18 from 5-7 p.m. by checking out the newest Foster Gallery exhibit, which focuses on highlights of Nobles' Tower Collection of rare books. Curators and Librarians Extraordinaire Emily Tragert and Talya Sokoll have a magnificent show in store, including a page from the Gutenberg Bible! Music, food, and books—what more could you ask for? Round out your evening of culture with the Wind/String/Orchestra concert at 7 p.m.

Congrats to @NoblesGrads Becca Gilmore: https://t.co/dWJ1of0kDt

Clap It Up

Charles Danhof CoachingCharles Danhof coached the wrestling team to a handful of big wins over the weekend against Milton, Brooks, Portsmouth Abbey and Northfield Mount Hermon.

Congratulations to #violinist Talia Kee '18, performing with the @CSO_Tweets this weekend. https://t.co/RKqgYPREbD… https://t.co/tVruw3aQhV

Reading Dr. King’s speeches is great, but if you can it’s worth listening to them too. Entirely different experien… https://t.co/W4TCuIJ8Ne Retweeted by Provost Bussey @noblesbuzz

We have a Nobles grad "Jan" in the class of 2021! Good luck with the transition to campus in Clinton! We heard your… https://t.co/q2b8SSrNqL

Educators Can Use These Tips for Receiving Feedback https://t.co/FLoHTre2kk

Excellent article from @HarvardBiz posing the question: “When technology can do nearly anything, what should I do,… https://t.co/sUm0rkBlYv

Foster Gallery
Doors are open! Come see some of the beautiful books in the Tower Collection...

Noble Grads
https://www.fastcompany.com/video/stylehauls-ceo-on-how-to-take-your-social-marketing-game-to-a-whole-new-level/uFyXfroN Great article on Stephanie Horbaczewski '96 and her team's advice on social marketing and how to bring it to the next level!

Sharing the warmth!!!
nobles_excelIt sure is cold outside. Students @achieve_nobles spent the morning making warm blankets for young people @Y2Y shelter in Cambridge,Ma #blizzardofhappinessandjoy #everyonecanserve #noblesachievecares

#BernsteinAt100 https://t.co/71zmXjmbMD Retweeted by NoblesPerformingArts @NoblesOnStage

Sunshine and Waffles
The Camp Sunshine waffle sale is in full swing in Gleason Hall! Stop by to eat some delicious waffles for a good cause! ☀️❤️ #NoblemanOnline Image by Caroline Patterson

Syracuse Sports Broadcaster Dana Grey N’15 Calls Nobles Classmate Molly Slowe’s N’15 First Ice Hockey Goal for B.C. https://t.co/6L1vp4S9iI Retweeted by Nobles Grads @NoblesGrads

Noble and Greenough
Enjoy a night of wonderful music at the Wind, String, Orchestra Concert this Thursday, January 18 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in Lawrence Auditorium. The wind ensembles will play familiar favorites and fun surprises, from 19th century Russia and New Orleans, Hollywood and Broadway, to Michael Jackson and contemporary American compositions. Middle school and upper school string ensembles will perform mostly classical music from Corelli, Mozart, Bartok, and Bloch with a twist on "Game of Thrones," with a concert finale by the Nobles Symphony Orchestra performing the Overture and Fantasy of Romeo and Juliet by Tchaikovsky.

Inside One of America’s Last Pencil Factories https://t.co/eDG0AD1DMF

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Noble and Greenough School is a coed day and 5-day boarding school for grades 7-12 in Dedham, Massachusetts.