Nobles Parents' E-Newsletter

February 2011

Nobles Parents' E-Newsletter February 2011

February 2011: Class I Notes


From L: Yvette Shakespeare, Amy McLaughlin-Hatch, Lori Giandomenico
From L: Yvette Shakespeare, Amy McLaughlin-Hatch, Lori Giandomenico

Parents, we hope you are able to attend our final Parent Coffee on Tuesday, Feb. 1, at Panera Bread in Dedham.  If not, there are several occasions when we can get together over the next few months as our students enter their senior spring at Nobles. Be sure to do your best to attend.

The next class event for students is Friday, Feb.11, when we will be hosting the “Just Desserts” event at the Castle for our Class I students. This is a dessert extravaganza served after lunch. Gail Radley has graciously offered to chair this event and if you would like to make a contribution or volunteer, please email Gail at
The second and final Class I Surprise Lunch will be held on Friday, March 4.  Shyla Shrinath and Sadhana Downs have graciously offer to co-chair this wonderful event and more details to volunteer and contribute will be forthcoming.  Do not forget to read the Friday email updates. If you are interested, please let us know.  

We still need parents to step forward and chair the ever popular "The Way We Were" on Tuesday, May 31. If you have any interest, please contact us. 
Lastly, be sure to mark your calendars for our final parent event of the year, the Class I Parent Dinner on April 1.  If you have an interest in hosting this event, please let us know.  We welcome your suggestions.

Again we appreciate all the time and contributions the Nobles parents make to allow our seniors to have a memorable last year at Nobles. All of you make our jobs as Class I Parent Reps so enjoyable and easy!   Thanks again for all you do!
Yvette Shakespeare -
Amy McLaughlin-Hatch - 
Lori Giandomenico -

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