WNMS Photo Album
May 2014 - A total of 48 members were inducted into the West Noble Middle School Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society Tuesday night. Approximately 350 family members, friends, and faculty attended the formal ceremony. Mr. Brian Shepherd of West Noble Primary School was this years' guest speaker and was awarded an Honorary Membership by the Chapter for his outstanding leadership and dedication to the West Noble community. 8th grader Sarah L. was also awarded a first ever Honorary Membership to a student. Also being recognized for their outstanding work on their service projects were 7th graders Hannah R. and BreAnna H.
Front Row L to R: Hannah G., Hannah H., Ashlee B., Taylor G., Isel H., Tressa H., Kaylee H., Jenna H., and Kaylee H.
2nd Row L to R: Kyle M., Nathan M., Andrew K., Eion F., Michael W., Bergen T., Kristina T., and Zachary W.
3rd Row L to R: Yarency M., Isaac P., Brandon P., Dylan K., Sky J., Kourtnie J., Johan E., and Amanda D.
4th Row L to R: Steven M., Cecilia L., Hunter S., Chris S., Dorofelia P., Madison S., and Morgan P.
5th Row L to R: Antonia S., Cortlynn S., Olivia R., Maria H., Jordan S., Chase S., Becky Y., Kaylee R., and Nicole B.
Back Row L to R: Sarah L., Brianna Y., Cody R., Michael F., and Brandon C.
Special Awards L to R: Hannah R., Mr. Brian Shepherd, and BreAnna H.
Three hundred students recently competed in the 2014 WNMS GeoBee. Twenty-nine students made it to the final round after scoring the highest on a written qualifying test. Winners were: Isaac - Champion, Larry - Runner Up, Raven - 3rd place. Congratulations!
Lakeview Tourney Champs, West Noble Tourney Champs, Regular Season Conference Champs, LLC Tourney Champs, and Undefeated Season (23-0).
Awesome Season Ladies!!
On Friday, October 18th, members of the West Noble Chapter of the NJHS headed to Wolf Lake’s Camp Lutherhaven for a day of leadership training called “Servant Leadership: It’s Not About Me.” Members were challenged and encouraged to take their leadership to a higher level by learning skills and listening to motivational talks inspiring them to realize that the kind of leader our schools and communities need today are SERVANT LEADERS. Brian Shepherd (West Noble Primary School), and Nate Lowe (the Crossing) teamed up to lead us through the day with fun activities and thoughtful presentations.
The Noble County Community Foundation, Inc. and its supporting organization Community Initiatives, Inc. recently awarded the West Noble Middle School a grant of $5,000 to assist with the cost of implementing monthly Cafeteria Culture themes based on the schools population to get the entire school involved. This would include decorations in the cafeteria and surrounding areas, and provide nutritious and educational food choices from different Ethnic backgrounds. This project also includes involvement with the art and music classes. Pictured (l to r) accepting the gift is Susan Sprague Art Teacher, Justin Goelz Band Teacher, NCCF Board Member Craig Lichlyter, and Angie Roth Food Service.