Nobles Parents' E-Newsletter

December 2014

Nobles Parents' Newsletter December 2014

Class IV Parent Reps



Dear Class IV Parents and Guardians,

We hope you all enjoyed your Thanksgiving celebrations and that December has gotten off to a great start!

We have few dates to add to your calendar, as well as some important events that we want to highlight.

Thursday, December 4, 7 p.m., Lawrence Auditorium – Jazz/blues/guitar/drum concert.

Tuesday, December 9, A representative from "Where There Be Dragons" will be in the castle during lunch periods to talk to students about travel opportunities available through their program.For more information, visit http://wheretherebedragons.com.

Thursday, December 11, 8:15 a.m., Surprise Lunch Planning Meeting. Every year, each class has a special treat lunch, usually with a fun theme, which is hosted by the parents/
guardians in the Castle Library. This lunch is always appreciated by the students,
who enjoy a break in the middle of the semester to do something a little different
and fun. Class IV will have their surprise lunch on January 29. We encourage you to
volunteer, either in the planning stages or the day of, or both! We would love to
have your help.

Thursday, December 11, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., pre-concert parents social in the Arts Center lobby, 7 p.m. Choral Concert in the Laurence Auditorium.

Monday, December 15, Tuesday December 16 and Wednesday, December 17 –
December Assessments. Please note that the exam schedule(s) and location(s) will
vary depending on your child’s classes.

Thursday, December 18 – No classes for Comment Writing Day

Friday, December 20 – Final day of the semester.

Monday, January 5 – School resumes for the first day of second semester.

Finally, we want to wish all of the Class IV families and the entire Nobles community a wonderful winter break! See you all in 2015!
 

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