West Noble High School

 


   

IMPORTANT DATES

  • Aug 1 - Turning Point enrollment meetings will be held at the Turning Point on August 1 at 7 PM and August 2 at 11 AM. Students and parents/guardians must attend one of the meetings.
  • Aug 2 - Turning Point enrollment meetings will be held at the Turning Point on August 1 at 7 PM and August 2 at 11 AM. Students and parents/guardians must attend one of the meetings.
  • Aug 10 - First staff day
  • Aug 11 - First student day
  • Sep 15 - Flex day for HS and MS
  • Oct 2 through 4 - WNP Parent/Teacher Conferences
  • Oct 16 & 17 - Parent/Teacher Conferences for grades 2 - 12
  • Oct 19 - Staff work day
  • Oct 20 - Fall Break

MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES:

There will be NO PHYSICALS offered at the school this year, so you will be responsible to see that you have one done before school starts in August.

You may have a physical done at your doctor's office. Some local urgent care facilities also offer them. MedStat in Syracuse offers sports physicals; they are $43, and no appt. is needed. Hours are Monday-Friday 7 am-7 pm, and Saturday 8 am-4 pm. (Phone:574-457-8682)

PLEASE PICK UP THE PHYSICAL PAPERWORK IN THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR'S OR NURSE'S OFFICE, BEFORE YOU GO. This is the form you will need to have filled out at your appointment.

2018-19 REGISTRATION

If you have not already registered your student, please do so today.

The school relies on each student being registered to create balanced class rosters, accurate bus routes and up to date medical information for your student.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Current West Noble Students - If you need your snapcode please send a request to wnstudentinfo@westnoble.k12.in.us (This is not a link. You will need to type in the address and email within your email program.)

Out of District Students - If one or both custodial parents live outside of the West Noble District, a
request to attend West Noble form must be submitted to the main office of the school the student
will attend by August 12th.

New Students (or West Noble students who have attended another school since enrollment at West Noble) should contact the building their child will attend after July 24.

Please bring the following: birth certificate, copy of transcript or grade card from prior school, immunization records, and proof of residence

RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS

West Noble Primary students visited the high school to share the “Random Acts of Kindness” program that is promoted by the Primary. Notes of encouragement are taped to students’ lockers, and the Primary ensures that every locker receives a note of encouragement. This has been a recurring partnership between the West Noble Primary and West Noble High School.

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NECC ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

NECC Adademic members Amelia Kurtz and Tanner Hicks.

The NECC All-Academic Team consists of twenty-five young men and women from Northeast Indiana. The recipients were awarded a plaque at a banquet held at the St. James restaurant in Avilla on March 17th. Team membership is determined by a combination of a student’s grade point average (grades in all academic subjects are used to calculate the grade point average) and a standardized test score (SAT or ACT).

On behalf of all NECC principals, faculty, and community members, congratulations and best wishes to all team members.

Pictured are WN students Amelia Kurtz and Tanner Hicks.

Schools and members:

  • Angola: Nathan Bourne, Melissa Halprin, Alexander Harpenau
  • Central Noble: Joseph Crawford, Erin Maneke, Nicholas Tayloe
  • Churubusco: Trevor Kelley
  • Eastside: Lauren Jacobs, Nicholas Miller, Travis Wasson
  • Fairfield: Isaac Miller, Melanie Miller, Christian Wright
  • Fremont: Alexander Buchanan, Schuyler McNaughton
  • Garrett: Tristan Bigelow
  • Hamilton: Emma Gaff
  • Lakeland: Michaella Burchett, Brittany Linn
  • Prairie Heights: Ty Rowdon
  • West Noble: Tanner Hicks, Amelia Kurtz
  • Westview: Karyssa Davis, Houston Haney, Derek Miller

CONGRATULATIONS TO MR MUEHLFELD AND HIS WELDING STUDENTS

WNHS students receive welding awards.

Congratulations to Mr. Muehlfeld and his welding students: Benjamin Brundige, Robert Lord-Freed, Isai Marmolejo, Juan Vazquez, Travis Koss, Jacob Schrock, Edgar Hernandez, Luis Resendiz, Artutro Macias, and Jake Hare!

The dual credit class these students are taking requires the students to be successful in the flat and horizontal welding positions only. Many of these students have passed an American Welding Society Certification Test in the 3G which is a vertical up groove weld test and all passed the 4G which is an overhead groove weld test. These test results will be recognized throughout the United States under the AWS D1.1 Structural Welding Code for welding on bridges and buildings.

Mr. Muehlfeld shared, "We need to congratulate these students on such great success for most all high school students never take a test like this or are even capable of taking a test like this."

Mr. Muehlfeld credit the success not only to the students, but also through the support of the School Board, Superintendent Dr. VanDuyne, Principal Dr. Baker, Mr. Burke, Mr. Daniels and Warsaw Engineering and Fabrication out of Warsaw, Indiana. Warsaw Engineering and Fabrication donated the beveled steel that made this possible. Mr Daniels donated the scrap steel used for making the backing bars for the weld joints.

WNSC PARTNERS WITH NORTHEASTERN CENTER AND BOWEN

We are excited to share that WNSC has partnered with the Northeastern Center and Bowen to provide monthly meetings for parents and children over various topics! We will kick this off with our first session on May 11 from 6:00-7:00 pm at WNE. This is open to ALL families of ALL grade levels. Our first session: Summer Success for Students! Don't miss out!

PARENTS OF 11TH GRADE STUDENTS

Students MUST have a second meningococcal (MCV) immunization BEFORE they begin their senior year of high school. Please contact Nurse Robin with any questions.

  • nashr@westnoble.k12.in.us
  • 260.894.3191 ext. 3040

PURCHASE THE WNHS 16-17 YEARBOOK NOW!

Click to order a high school yearbook.

The 2016-2017 West Noble High School Yearbook is on sale now! Click the banner to purchase your yearbook online, or have your child see Mr. Pawlicki at the high school. The cost of the yearbook will go up soon, so order today. This is the 50th anniversary of the high school yearbook and will provide lasting memories to those who purchase for the next fifty years.

WNHS EARNS CONTINUING NCA CASI ACCREDITATION
Press Release

FOLLOW WNHS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Link to high school Facebook page.
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Link to high school Twitter account.

DIGITAL LEARNING INFORMATION

WNHS ATTENDANCE QUICK SHEET - PDF

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Daily announcements from the high school.

NECESITAS AYUDA EN ESPAÑOL? FAVOR DE LLAMAR A:

  • Sra. Aracely Garcia, ext. 4000 - West Noble Primary
  • Sra. Claudia Christenson, ext. 1005 - West Noble Elementary
  • Sra. Toy Mast, ext. 2015 - West Noble Middle School
  • Dr. Greg Baker, ext. 3001 - West Noble High School
IMPACT

Adult Basic and Secondary Education Programs are comprised of literacy, English as a Second Language (ESL), Indiana High School Equivalency Diploma preparation, Secondary Credit and academic upgrading.

IMPACT

 

IMPACT INSTITUTE is a coalition of schools that support and foster career and technical education for students in multiple counties. We will partner with students, schools, staff, parents, and business leaders to embrace career readiness and empower post-secondary success.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
     
   

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