Welcome to Central Noble!

    • Fee Statements will be mailed October 1.  If you believe you have received a statement in error, please reach out to your Building Treasurer.  Payment plans will be accepted, but you must reach out to the Treasurer to make arrangements by the fee due date.
      CN Primary-Mandy Geiger @260-635-2432
      CN Elementary-Beth Freeman @260-636-7538
      CN Jr/Sr High-Kim Coats @260-636-2117
      New for 2019-2020 is online pay.  Online pay is available through your Powerschool Parent Portal only.  Please follow the tutorial below to access the payment portal.  

      Click here to download the tutorial.
    •   NEWRead the Cat Track Newsletter - 2019-20 Edition!

      There are Great Things happening at CN!

      Central Noble focuses on providing meaningful, enriching opportunities to prepare today’s students to become tomorrow’s leaders. Some of the unique opportunities include outdoor education programs, problem-based learning at all levels, state of the art technology integration (iPad’s and MacBook’s), maker space and robotics labs at all buildings as well as various extra-curricular programs. 

      The District is comprised of three buildings: Central Noble Primary (K-2), Central Noble Elementary (3-5), and Central Noble Junior-Senior High (6-12). The small school environment, centered on student mastery, allows students to receive individualized learning opportunities. To meet the diverse needs of our students, Central Noble is a member of the Northeast Indiana Special Education Cooperative and the IMPACT Institute. Partnerships with the Impact Institute and multiple universities allow our students to begin to receive post-secondary credentials as a jump-start toward a future meaningful career. These, along with other community partnerships, have allowed us to maintain a small-school feel while providing big-school opportunities.

      CN has a continuous focus on preparing our graduates to meet the needs of the ever-changing world around them. Through the creation of Portrait of a Graduate, the district has created a pathway for student success. A concentrated effort on application of academic standards, character education, and 21stcentury skills, along with community partnerships, allows Central Noble students to compete for highly sought-after employment and entrepreneurial opportunities.

      Central Noble Schools is an open enrollment school corporation. If you would like more information about the available opportunities at Central Noble, please contact my office at 260.636.2175. 

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    • MISSION
      Central Noble Community School Corporation will provide a safe learning environment that facilitates student learning while promoting skills for future success.

      VALUES
      • Learning Centered Education
      • Value Stakeholders
      • Social Responsibility
      • Continuous Improvement
      • High Expectations
      • Visionary Leadership
      DISTRICT AIMS
      • High Achievement
      • Safe, Caring Environment
      • Accountability & Assessment
      • Effective Use of Resources

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      NONDISCRIMINATION

      A superior education is the fundamental right of every student.  All students will receive the respect, support, and opportunities they need to build the knowledge, skills and attitudes to be successful, contributing members of a global society.

      Nondiscrimination

      The School Board does not discriminate on the basis of religion, color, national origin, sex, disability, age or genetic information in its programs, activities or employment.

      Futher, it is the policy of the Corporation to provide an equal opportunity for all students, regardless of race, color, creed, age, disability, religion, gender, ancestry, national origin, place of residence within the boundaries of the Corporation, or social background, to learn through curriculum offered in this Corporation.

      The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies of the Corporation or to address any complaint of discrimination:

      Business Manager
      200 E. Main St.
      Albion, IN  46701
      260-636-2175

      The Director of Special Education is the Corporation's Section 504/ADA Compliance Office.  The Compliance Officer can be reached at:

      Northeast Indiana Special Education Cooperative (NEISEC)
      1607 E. Dowling St.
      Kendallville, IN  46755
      260-347-5236


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