Nobles Parents' E-Newsletter

November 2010

Nobles Parents E-Newsletter November 2010

Class II Notes, November 2010

Thanks to all who attended our Parents' Fall Social last month. Dana McManus and his talented FLIK food services crew provided a wonderful evening to catch up with new and old friends. A very special thank you to the Brosseau and Ordonez families for donating the wine and beer. We look forward to seeing you all again around campus during the busy month of November.

We would like to thank the College Counseling Office for recently hosting the first informational meeting which officially “kicked off” the college season for Class II. If you were not able to attend that meeting, please call the College Counseling Office for a copy of the handouts distributed. Additionally, the Nobles website contains an abundance of information relating to college. Click on “Academics” in the lefthand column of the homepage and then “College Counseling” to access college application-related timelines, standardized testing dates, and other important information.

It’s hard to believe that the first quarter has come to a close. Please remember to schedule a meeting with your child’s advisor on Nov. 16 or 17, or arrange for another mutually convenient time to meet.

10 Campus Drive will be bustling with activity during the month of November, and we would like to draw your attention to the following important dates:

Nobles/Milton Day – Saturday, Nov. 13
Fall Mainstage Play – Wednesday, Nov. 10 through Saturday, Nov. 13
Veterans Day (school closed) – Monday, Nov. 15
Parents' Association Meeting - Thursday, Nov. 18 at 8 a.m. in the Castle Library
Thanksgiving Vacation – Wednesday, Nov. 24 – Sunday, Nov. 28

As always, feel free to call us if you have any questions or concerns.?

Your Class II Parent Representatives,
Lynn Gilbert -
Lisa Soule - 

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