All CN Families are encouraged to read through the newsletter for vital information pertaining to the school year. You'll find notes from Superintendent Gaff on re-opening, information on our new messaging system and calendar, supply lists and tech agreements and so much more!! Most importantly, it's your hub for open house and orientation schedules (note that those dates are also on the upcoming events schedule at the top of the homepage).
The newsletter is available throughout the school year and most of the information can also be found in other pages throughout the Central Noble website.
If you have any questions, you can reach out to the Central Office at 260-636-2175 for guidance on who to speak with.
We can't wait to have you back!
We encourage families to write down and keep their portal information handy. The portal is used not only for registration, but for accessing grades, lunch and textbook balances and more thorughout the school year. Coming soon, families will also be able to manage their messaging preferences.
If assistance is needed in completing the registration, two open lab dates are available at the Central Office Board Room. Please view details on how the lab works, by clicking Registration under the Info Center tab.
July 19th from 1-6pm
July 21st from 730am-1230pm
If any additional assistance is needed in accessing your account, please call the Central Office at 260-636-2175 and ask for Registration Help OR email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you in August!
Department of Labor Youth Workers site: https://www.in.gov/dol/youthemployment.htm
Media Release: https://www.in.gov/dol/files/NEWS%20RELEASE_NEW%20YOUTH%20EMPLOYMENT%20REQUIREMENT_FINAL.pdf
Follows the links below to be taken to the document center for the printable PDF of each school's list:
CN Primary: http://www.centralnoble.k12.in.us/handouts-forms-flyers/wolf-lake-documents
CN Elementary: http://www.centralnoble.k12.in.us/handouts-forms-flyers/albion-elementary-documents
CN Jr/Sr High: http://www.centralnoble.k12.in.us/handouts-forms-flyers/central-noble-jr-sr-high-school-documents
Hours will return to 7am-4pm Monday-Friday on Monday, August 2
Distribution will be at Door 1 of the Jr/Sr High each date from 1-330pm.
The first date is Wednesday, June 2 and then every Tuesday of the week (starting June 8) through July 27, where families will receive a 5 day meal pack per child.
Families are encourage to fill out the Google Form (link below) for planning purposes.
Any questions regarding the program can be sent to:
Zac Denney, FoodService Director
260-636-2175 ext. 7051
Students may be registered via Powerschool from now through July 21. Open Labs will be offered twice in July to accommodate those who need assistance or may not have internet access. Class lists, bus routes and other vital information is prepared from registration so completing it on time is crucial!
Follow the link below for further details:
Please use the Google Form link below to submit your application:
Please direct any questions to Mr. Leffers in the Guidance Office.
Current seniors in good standing to graduate in June 2021 as well as previous winners (within their first 4 years of undergraduate studies) are eligible to apply. Digital applications, which must be accompanied by the FAFSA submission, are due no later than 1159pm on Monday, April 12.
Any questions regarding the scholarship should be directed to Mr. Leffers in the Guidance Office.
Students can follow this link to apply: https://forms.gle/YFkvMWnhp5Y6GRzeA
Kindergarten Round Up 2021
Central Noble Primary School
1283 S. Main St., Wolf Lake
Wednesday, April 21 5-7pm
Thursday, April 22 9-11am
Please bring the following for all students:
*Legal Birth Certificate
*Social Security Number
*Proof of Residency
December 10, 2020
Thank you for your continued support of Central Noble Schools. This year has been difficult for students, staff, parents, and families. Over the past several weeks, Central Noble has worked hard to provide quality instruction in a safe and caring learning environment. The staff and administrators continue to strive to provide in-person options for students. Throughout this time, we have been forced to utilize short-term closures in all or part of the buildings due to the inability to provide sufficient staffing.
Over the past several days, Central Noble has had several additional staff members and students quarantined due to contact tracing. The number of positive cases within the school building remains low. Please continue to practice good hygiene, social distance where possible, and wear a mask where not possible. Also, please continue to pre-screen your students before they arrive at school or participate in activities outside of the school. If you have questions about your child’s health, please contact the school nurse or your health care provider. Please be reminded that the school nurses are working hard to implement the contact tracing and quarantine protocols that are being handed down by the district administration, as well as, the county and state health department. This is a difficult job and I ask for your grace and support as they work through the process. This is not something that they want to do, but rather something they have been required to do. Please keep this in mind as we continue through the school year. They are working very hard to keep your child safe and the school buildings open.
Last week, the CDC and the ISDH provided quarantine options for staff and students to return to school after a shortened quarantine and/or a negative test. At this time, under the recommendation of Dr. Gaff, we have not implemented the new quarantine options. There are logistical stipulations tied to implementation that would add additional responsibilities to building staff, as well as mask and social distancing requirements for the person returning. We have hopes of implementing the new procedures as we return in January.
Unfortunately, the significant number of staff quarantines continues to make it difficult to provide quality instruction within a safe environment. At this time, I must announce that Central Noble Schools will move to distance learning for all students for the final week of the semester, Monday, December 14 through Friday, December 18. The intent is to return to in-person instruction on Monday, January 4. Tomorrow, the teaching staff will send home the necessary resources for students to complete the at-home instruction. Each building will communicate student expectations to families. It is critical that students complete assignments and assessments in a timely manner as we work to finalize grades for quarter 1.
December 2, 2020
Central Noble Schools continues to work hard to provide quality instruction in a safe learning environment. District administration continually monitors staffing to ensure that we can meet the ever-changing needs of our students, staff, and community. At this time, the significant number of staff quarantines at the Junior-Senior High building will require us to move to Virtual Learning for Thursday, December 3, and Friday, December 4. The move to virtual will be for Junior and Senior High School students only. Additional information will be sent out by the administration later today. Elementary and primary students will continue to attend classes in the traditional setting.
Building Access for Connectivity and Support
The Junior-Senior High building will remain open for all non-quarantined students who do not have internet connectivity at home, do not have sufficient parental support at home during the school day, or need additional help within the classroom setting. All non-quarantined staff member will be present in the school building throughout the day to provide supervision and support.
Lunch will be served to the students who choose to come to the school setting. A link will be sent out this afternoon through social media and the corporation web site if Junior-Senior High parents would like to schedule a pick-up for carry-out school lunch packs.
Impact and Extra-Curricular Activities
Impact students are expected to attend classes as usual. Transportation will be provided to and from Impact.
All extra-curricular events and practices will continue as scheduled.
Bus routes will run on the normal schedule for all primary/elementary students and any junior senior high students that will be utilizing the school facilities. Junior-Senior High Students who choose to utilize the school building for Internet access or support should report to the cafeteria.
This is a temporary closure of the Junior-Senior High building only. It is the intent of the district to return all students to the traditional setting on Monday, December 7. If you have questions about this closure, please contact the district or building administration.
Thank you for the continued support of Central Noble Schools.
With the plan, the District formally announced 2 options for returning: Traditional Learning or Virtual Learning.
If you choose the Virtual Learning option for your family, please be sure to read through the building specific plan for virtual learning (links at the bottom of this page) as well as fill out THIS FORM no later than August 1, 2020.
If you are choosing the Virtual option, had already registered online AND required Bussing, please also fill out the Transportation Removal form, by CLICKING HERE
The Summary/Overview of the plan can be viewed by pdf CLICKING HERE
You may view the full, comprehensive plan, by pdf CLICKING HERE
To view building and/or department specific information, please click the links below:
pdf CLICK HERE to view the Plan for CN Primary
pdf CLICK HERE to view the Plan for CN Elementary
pdf CLICK HERE to view the Plan for CN Jr/Sr High
pdf CLICK HERE to view the Plan for Transportation