Nobles Parents' E-Newsletter

April 2017

Nobles Parents' Newsletter April 2017

From the PA Co-Chairs

Welcome back!  We hope you and your families had a restful break. Spring is always a busy time at Nobles and this is year is no exception. We hope you will join us for some fun and enriching parent activities coming up as well as the class-specific dinners and coffees. Please see the separate class notes for details. Here are some of the key PA events for the month:

April PA Meeting
Our monthly PA meeting is on Wednesday, April 12, at 8:00 a.m. in the Castle Library. Head of the Upper School Michael Denning will lead a panel of faculty members to give us a glimpse of the academic talent that our children are fortunate to experience every day.

Parent Book Group Discussion
Also on Wednesday, April 12, please join us for an all-encompassing discussion of best-selling book by New York Times author Peggy Orenstein, "Girls & Sex, Navigating the Complicated New Landscape." There will be an optional dinner in the Castle, $5 chit, followed by our discussion at 7:00 p.m. Kindly RSVP to Lee Collins, (

Parent Circuit Training Classes
Get ready for spring and summer by getting in shape with Dan Warren, one of the Nobles trainers.  Meet at the MAC fitness room on Wednesday and Friday mornings at 8:15. All fitness levels are welcome! Payment is made directly to Dan Warren, cash or check; $80 for a session of four or $25 drop in. Please email Anne Gatnik with any questions or to add your name to the list in case of cancellations or changes to the schedule (

Floral Workshop
Back by popular demand, on Thursday, April 6, at 9:00 a.m., we will be holding a floral workshop, Nobles Art in Bloom, led by Nobles parent Cindy Jaczko. There will be a small fee to cover materials. Please RSVP to Anne Gatnik (

Happy Spring!

Anne Kelley and Kennie Grogan
PA Co-Chairs

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