Class I Reps: (from left): Linda Courtiss Rheingold, Marion Mussafer, Elaine Sobell
February, while always short, was also very sweet thanks to our Class I surprise Valentine's dessert buffet. We owe the success of this event to our intrepid dessert makers and candy donators, who, despite blizzard conditions, came through for our seniors. Our students thoroughly enjoyed loading their candy bags and plates with offerings from an amazing smorgasbord of sugary delight (see photos). Many thanks again to our talented Class I parent volunteers!
As we move ahead into March, all eyes are on spring break. We wish everyone a fun and restful two weeks and look forward to warmer weather on the horizon when we return. Following break, the excitement of senior spring will begin to ramp up quickly. For many of us, these events will be the last with our children at Nobles, and we encourage everyone to join in the fun and participate!
We will keep you updated weekly about the senior spring activities—please check the Class I notes in the Friday update emails for important details. In the meantime, please mark your calendars now with these important dates:
Wed., April 3, 8:30 a.m.: "The Way We Were" kick-off meeting will be held in the Castle Library. Event chairs Kristi Geary and Betsy Frauenthal will host this meeting for volunteers interested in helping with this traditional highlight of senior week.
Fri., April 5: Mexican Fiesta Class I Surprise Lunch. Once again, Anna's Taqueria has graciously offered to donate their delicious food for this traditional senior spring lunch. We will decorate the Castle lower dining room on Thurs. April 4, between 4-6 p.m., and will serve lunch on Fri., April 5, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. A SignUpGenius link for this event will be posted in the Class I notes in the Friday, March 8, update email.
Thank you again for your time and generosity. We have an amazing group of Class I parents and are looking forward to sharing a fun, memorable senior spring with all of you!
Marion Mussafer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Courtiss Rheingold, email@example.com
Elaine Sobell, firstname.lastname@example.org