Nobles Parents' E-Newsletter

September 2014

Nobles Parents' Newsletter September 2014

Class IV Parent Reps

Dear Class IV Parents and Guardians,

We would like to welcome you to Class IV (9th Grade) and hope that you and your family are enjoying these last few days of summer. 

We hope to meet you personally this fall at various events, but in the meantime feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns. The first few weeks can be overwhelming, especially for new Nobles parents and students with many events and things to remember. You are not alone in feeling overwhelmed with this adjustment! Hopefully many questions students might have had were answered at the orientation dinner.

A few dates/events to remember:

First Day of Classes (Wednesday, Sept. 3):  Students should have ordered and received their books from

Fall Parent Social (Saturday, Sept. 6, 6:30-9 p.m.): Social for parents only in the Castle.  The event is complimentary and dress is casual.  This is a great opportunity to meet new parents and catch up with old friends.

First Parents' Association Meeting (Wednesday, Sept. 10, 8- 9:30 a.m.).

Back-to-School Night (Thursday, September 18, 6-9 pm): Preview your student's classes and meet his/her advisor. This is a great way to learn your way around campus, to put faces to names of your child's teachers, and to mingle with other parents. 

Class IV Parent Social (Friday, Sept. 19, 6:30-9:30 p.m.):  Come join other Class IV parents to mingle and meet each other in an informal setting in the Castle's New Dining Room. You should have received the invitation already. Please respond by September 12.

Rosh Hashana (Thursday, Sept. 25):  School is closed.

Grandparents Day (Monday, Sept. 29). More information will appear in subsequent emails about this event.

Suzie Montgomery

Nathalie Ducrest

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Dedham, Massachusetts
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