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CLASSROOM THEORY TO REAL-LIFE APPLICATION
West Noble High School welding students are taking the skills they are learning in the classroom and welding shop and applying them to real world situations. Under the direction of the welding instructor, Mr. Ed Muehlfeld, and in cooperation with WN maintenance personnel, the students are taking on repair jobs around the corporation. Students recently repaired a junction box that required them to design, lay out, fabricate, and install the repair. This is the second year for the program, which allows students to acquire industry certification and earn college credit.
CHANGES WITHIN FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM- EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2014
The price for a student breakfast is changing effective January 1, 2014. The new price is $1.25. Lunch prices will remain the same at $1.65 per lunch meal for West Noble Primary and West Noble Elementary students and $2.25 per lunch meal for middle and high school students. Also effective January 1, 2014, the percentage charged to parents, to use My Payments Plus to pay for school lunches, will be waived.
MyPaymentsPlus provides an easy-to-use, efficient way to make meal payments quickly and securely anytime using a simple Internet connection. You can say goodbye to the hassles of sending in multiple checks to multiple locations for multiple students. It can all be done with one payment on MyPaymentsPlus. MyPaymentsPlus also allows the ability to receive free low balance emails and in most cases view the purchases made in the cafeteria online.
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