Nobles Parents' E-Newsletter

November 2013

Nobles Parents' E-Newsletter November 2013

Class I Parent Reps (from left to right): Hillary Von Schroeter, Addie Swartz, and Beth Schlager

October was a busy and bittersweet month for Class I, as they officially finished their (last) first quarter, enjoyed their final visits to such fall favorites as the Multicultural Fair, Friday Night Lights, the fall cookouts, the Nobles Yard Sale and of course, celebrated their final Nobles Halloween.  

Our seniors ended the month with a “ghoulishly great” Halloween Lunch in the Castle. . The extensive PA collection of spooky decorations plus fantastic creative energy and effort from Class I parents transformed the lower Castle dining room into haunted haven! . Our Class I students enjoyed their delicious lunch and multiple visits to the Halloween candy dessert buffet. A huge thank you to all the Class I parents whose time and generosity brought this terrific event to fruition.

November has arrived and brought with it much college talk but also the promise of Thanksgiving and the holidays in sight.  Please remember that the Class I yearbook ads are due Nov. 8. Whether you want to design your own ad or have Nobles design it for you, Violet Richard can help. Just give her a call at 781-320-7189 or email her at Also note that the deadline for ordering yearbooks is Nov. 22. Follow this link for ordering online at school code: 40579.

Looking forward, our next Class I event is the Class I exam snack table.  We will be setting up a special table of healthy treats for our seniors in the lower lobby of the MAC during winter exams. Keep an eye out in the weekly messages for the date and links to participate in this event.

Thank you all for your help with our Class I fall events. We wish you and your families a warm and happy Thanksgiving Holiday!

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