West Noble Primary Photo Album
December has been busy month at West Noble Primary.
- West Noble National Honor Society students held a Christmas party for 120 students at the Primary. Students rotated through 3 stations, decorated Christmas cookies, played musical chairs, and had stories read to them. A great time was had by all and the students want to say a BIG thanks!
- Custodian Tim and his wife Pat made an igloo with gallon milk jugs. The project involved approx. 600 milk jugs and took about 8 hours to create.
- Over the weekend several staff members and their families spent time creating the "Frozen" theme in the Extended Learning Area. The students were super surprised with the display when they arrived at school.
- Mrs. Griffith's class made gingerbread houses.
The students at WNP enjoyed a special lunch today celebrating Thanksgiving. The kindergartners ate their lunch wearing pilgrim and Indian hats and vests that they made. The first graders had a special lunch with the boys serving lunch to the girls. WNP wishes everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!
West Noble Primary staff are doing their annual No-Shave November. Please stop by the school to vote for the "Ugliest Beard". All of the donations will be given to the Caring Closet in Ligonier.
The students and staff at WNP collected $200 for the Community Caring Closet during No-Shave November. Pictured are Jonathan Pfenning, Brandon Swartz, Troy Risser, Ty Alles, Elias Rojas, Robert Martin, Brian Shepherd and Shonda Clore presenting a check to Pastor Joey Nelson.
West Noble Primary honored our local Veterans with an open house and a special program. The first grade classes sang a few songs and they watched a short video to learn more about Veterans Day. WNP thanks our Veterans near and far.
West Noble Primary honored the Kindergarten and 1st grade Life Skill Leaders for the first trimester. Pictured are the students and their families.
WNP Completed their first kindness mission of the year collecting cans for a local food pantry. Mrs. Hick's Secret Agents of Kindness collected 320 in their class alone. WNP raised a total of 1011 cans.
Students at WNP celebrated their 50th day with several fun events. They enjoyed dressing up with silly hair and crazy socks and a 50's theme. They enjoyed a 50th cookie during lunch. They got to dance at a sock hop and then finished their day with root-beer floats.
Miss Clore's students wore bow ties in honor of Mr. Shephard for Boss's Day.
Miss Clore's kindergarten class recently participated in Fire Safety week and went on a field trip to Kercher's.
We learned a new shape each day for a week. We learned about circles, squares, triangles, rectangles, and other miscellaneous shapes. To remember what a diamond looks like, we went outside on a windy Friday afternoon and flew kites so we would never forget that a kite is in the shape of a diamond. It was so much fun and every student in my class now knows more about shapes and their attributes! ~ Miss Clore, Sep 2014
Picture below is Mr. Shepherd with Kathy Davis, Human Resource Director from Guardian Industries in Ligonier.
Kathy presented Mr. Shepherd with a check for $1000 to support WNP's Fitness Club. The money will be used for shirts that students receive as part of the Fitness/Walking Program.
West Noble Primary would like to extend a sincere thank you to Guardian for their continued support.