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However, families should be aware that courses such as Dual Credit and A/P for higher education, Band Equipment Rental and option Technology Insurance may still have fees assessed.
If your family is interested in participating in the program, please check out the information in the Cat Tracks newsletter by clicking here.
Due to a water main break in Albion, all students in grades 3 through 12 will be released at noon today, Tuesday, May 23. Students will be dismissed and bussed home per their normal afternoon schedules.
As this only effects our Albion Campus, CN Primary students will be dismissed as normal later this afternoon.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
FinalForms saves your information from season to season and year to year and auto-populates information wherever possible, so you never have to enter the same information twice for your student. You will be required to sign forms and review your information once per year and may update information at any time.
Parents for ALL athletes are required to use FinalForms. Please register at: https://centralnoble-in.finalforms.com/ and follow the prompts to create an account, add your student athlete and sign your forms. If you need help, you can find a tutorial here: https://www.centralnoble.k12.in.us/latest-docs/1013-final-forms-registration-tutorial
We are excited to streamline paperwork and appreciate your part in making this happen for Central Noble!
Should you have any questions, feel free to reach out to the Athletics Office at 260-636-2117.
David Bremer, Athletic Director
As part of the 1003 Flexibility Waiver, Central Noble will be allowed to have the February 23rd closure due to power and internet outages waived as a make up day. Students will NOT be required to make up this day of school.
Additionally, the Central Noble Primary required makeup days for the Virtual Day closures on January 26th and March 10th will be made up in person on Thursday, May 25th and Friday, May 26th. More information on transportation and the schedules for those 2 days will be sent home with your student and/or communicated by Mr. Targgart.
The last day for students in Grades 3-12 will be Tuesday, May 23rd with Graduation on Friday, June 2nd as originally scheduled.
Families may either register online at https://patients.vaxcare.com/registration and enter code IN17745 or by contacting Nurse Charla at 260-636-2117 for a paper consent form. You may opt out of any of the vaccines on the consent form. The immunization clinic is free for any families with Medicaid, no health insurance or insurance that doesn't cover the cost of immunizations. Those with private health insurance will have the cost billed to their insurance company.
Please register no later than September 30 to ensure your student gets caught up on their immunizations. Below is list of Vaccines:
*MCV4 (Meningococcal ACWY)
*Recommended* HPV (Human Papillomavirus)
*MCV4 (Meningococcal ACWY
*Recommended* MenB (Meningococcal B)
*Recommended* HPV (Human Papillomavirus)
NOTICE OF DETERMINATION
Pursuant to Indiana Code § 6-1.1-20-5, notice is hereby given that the Board of School Trustees of the Central Noble Community School Corporation has preliminarily determined to issue bonds in the principal amount not to exceed $1,985,000 to fund the proposed renovation of and improvements to school facilities, including equipment, buses and technology.
Dated: July 27, 2022
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
OF ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATION
Notice is hereby given to the taxpayers of the school corporation known as Central Noble Community School Corporation (the "School Corporation") that the Board of School Trustees (the "Board") of the School Corporation will meet at 200 E. Main St, Albion, Indiana, at the hour of 5:00 p.m. (Local Time) on August 15, 2022, to consider the following additional appropriation of the bonds (the "Bonds") which the Board has determined to issue. The Board considers such additional appropriation necessary to meet the need existing at this time:
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NOTICE OF HEARING
Pursuant to Indiana Code § 20-26-7-37, the Board of School Trustees of Central Noble Community School Corporation gives notice that on July 18, 2022, at 5:00 p.m., they will meet in public session at School Administration Offices, 200 E. Main Street, Albion, Indiana, to discuss and hear objections and support regarding the proposed renovation of and improvements to school facilities, including equipment, buses and technology. You are invited to attend and participate in the public hearing.
On June 20, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. in the Central Noble Community School Corporation Administration Office located at 200 East Main Street, Albion, Indiana, the Board of School Trustees will meet to discuss and hear from the public objections to and support for the proposed contract, which will be effective from: July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2024
PROPOSED CONTRACT DETAILS
Annual Base Salary $100,000.00
Annual Teacher Retirement Fund Contribution 8,500.00
Annual 401(a) Plan Contribution Potential
Mr. Morgan earned an EdS in School Administration from Indiana State University and a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Indiana University. His undergraduate work was done at Trine University. He began his teaching career for West Noble Community School Corporation at Ligonier Elementary where he taught 4th Grade for 9 years. Mr. Morgan spent 3 years as a TOSA/Assistant Principal for Goshen Community Schools and one year as a Middle School Assistant Principal for Prairie Heights Middle School. Most recently he has served as the Principal at Central Noble Primary School for the past 6 years.
Mr. Morgan stated "I am excited to get a chance to serve the students and entire Central Noble community in a new leadership role. I look forward to building upon and improving the great things Mr. Gaff brought to the Corporation and couldn't be happier to work with the amazing Central Noble staff members that care so much for the students at CN."
"We are very excited to have Mr. Morgan as the next Superintendent. He will continue to build on the great things we have going at Central Noble. With his leadership and the great staff we have, Central Noble Schools will continue to be the excellent school it is," stated Eric Custer, Board President.
The Central Noble Board of Trustees are looking to approve the finalized contract at their June regular session meeting.
Effective immediately, Central Noble Schools will no longer be contact tracing or quarantining students due to COVID exposures. Students who test positive for COVID will be isolated at home for 5 days and will be allowed to return to school on day 6 if symptoms have improved and the student is fever free for 24 hours. All other COVID-specific control measures within the school buidling will be discontinued. If it is the desire of the parent, students will be allowed to wear a mask within the school setting. These changes will help to keep students in the classroom and allow district staff to provide the necessary supports.
We will continue to ask parents to monitor student health PRIOR to students returning to the school environment each day. As was the practice prior to COVID, students who are ill shoudl remain home until fever free for 24 hours. Parents are encouraged to contact the school office when their child is at home with an illness.
I am thankful to be at this point in the pandemic. The last 2 years has been difficult for families, students, staff and the community. The evolving situation and support of the school community has helped us reach this stage. The diligent efforts of the parents, nurses, administrators, teachers and support staff have made this transition possible.
The Indiana Department of Health and the CDC have continued to revise the guidelines to mitigate the impacts of the pandemic. The updated research and medical data has allowed the requirements to evolve over the last 2 years. Recent data has shown that many of the previous mitigation strategies are no longer necessary. At this time, the negative impacts on students greatly outweights the benefits of the strategies. We will continue to work collaboratively with the Noble County Department of Health and the Indiana Department of Health to monitor this ever-changing situation. If you have questions about the changes outlines above, please contact the building or district administration.
Thank you for your continued support of Central Noble Community Schools.