On May 7, 4,188 voters in Noblesville spoke on behalf of the community and impacted not only Noblesville’s plans for the future but Hamilton County’s. With the passing of Noblesville Schools’ special referendum (2,868 yes votes to 1,320 no votes), citizens approved the $28 million proposed project that allows the district to finance the construction of safety and security improvements [...]
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Dressed to the nines, Noblesville High School students enjoyed the junior/senior prom from 8 to 11 p.m. on April 26 at The Fountains in Carmel. (Photos by Robert Herrington) From left: Junior Breanna Gahagan, senior Jane Albers, junior Ashley Owens and senior Jenna Bridges. Junior Chandler Willis, left, and sophomore Zeke Hall Seniors Zach Hall and Rebecca Starling [...]
The Noblesville High School Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble were joined by the Purdue University Symphonic Band for a free concert to the community on April 23. The collaboration came as part of the Partners in Music Education program Purdue has with Indiana high schools. Eric Thornbury, Noblesville Schools’ director of bands, said the experience his students gain from this [...]
Four students from Hamilton County have been named recipients of four-year, full-tuition scholarships as the Central Indiana Community Foundation 2013 Lilly Endowment Community Scholars. The criteria for the awards included, among other things, proven leadership skills and a promise to give back to the community upon graduation. Students must be nominated by a guidance counselor to apply. Thirty-two Hamilton County [...]
With proud grins and pointed fingers, Noblesville Schools’ elementary students identified their artwork to camera toting parents at the Young Artists Exhibit at Nickel Plate Arts, 107 S. Eighth St. “This is just neat with all the people here. I like all the randomness in the artwork,” student Zakyla McMahon said. “I feel special. It’s really exciting,” Hinkle Creek second-grader [...]
Supporters of Legacy Christian School in Noblesville are lacing up their walking shoes and getting ready to head to downtown Indianapolis. Legacy is one of a select number of nonprofit organizations that will participate in the “Walking for Dreams” event held each year at the canal in Indy. Walking for Dreams was created by the Sycamore Foundation to help local [...]
Thirteen Noblesville students graduated from Purdue University at the conclusion of the fall semester. Purdue awarded 3,300 degrees to students including Douglas Schneider, Rashel Coulter, Tyler Hiatt, Grant Tozer, Anthony Corder, Lucas Hoefer, Evan Graves, William Kinsey, Caitlin Wilkewitz, Cameron Davis, Kyle Wagner, Derek Konyshak and Scott Sorensen.
Legacy Christian School recently held its annual Noblesville Police Appreciation Lunch. Each class spent time writing letters to local policemen inviting them to the lunch. “We had a great turn out as many policemen, detectives and the Chief of Police (Kevin Jowitt) came to eat lunch with the kids. We appreciate the time they took to show their support of [...]
Noblesville High School has inducted more than 150 students into the National Honor Society. The list of inductees includes seniors Lindsay Buell, Kaylin Greer, Satyanarayana Nelanuthala, Nhu Pham, John Sellers and Mariah Smith. Juniors inducted include: A-D Leanne Abel, Abby Alexander, Gabrielle Baker, Sydney Ballard, Trevor Barnes, Brookelyn Barton, Michaela Bates, Baylee Bell, Samantha Bernstein, Julia Birkhimer, Zachary Bleisch, Jonah [...]
As part of the periodic review of all contracted services, Noblesville Schools is taking proposals for before and after school childcare services. All proposals must be returned to the Noblesville Schools’ Administration Office, 1775 Field Dr., in a sealed envelope by April 8. Proposal requirements can be acquired by contacting Maria Davis, student services secretary, at 773-3171.