ENHS Staff Notes

May 1, 2016

If April Showers bring May Flowers, then what do May Flowers bring?


...and you thought I was going to say allergies.

Teacher Appreciation

Teachers are the keystone on the bridge to a better tomorrow. Without the sacrifice and dedication of teachers, the world would be lost. You inspire, give hope, and change lives every day, and often without knowing the full impact of what you do. The success I have had as an administrator would not be possible without the efforts of passionate teachers like you. So, on behalf of all the kids you've inspired, will inspire, and me, I would like to say THANK YOU! You don't hear it as often as you deserve. Know that the dreams you had of changing the world tomorrow are happening every time you interact in the lives of your students today.

As a token of our appreciation for all that you do, make plans to join us for Nelson's Chicken this Friday.

Noble County EDC Parntership

We believe that industry and education are willing to work collaboratively together to align educational initiatives with real life applications in the manufacturing sector. With that being said, we would like to invite you to the second annual Manufacturing and Education Alliance Golf Outing and Corn Hole Tournament (for those who would prefer not to golf) so that we can learn a little more about one another’s profession. Each team would have representatives from industry and education with prizes awarded for various contests.

ENSC will pay the registration fees for one golf and one cornhole team. If you are interested, let Steve know.

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Hello May! Yes, that’s May as in the LAST month of the school year!

-This week we will have seven staff members out of the building for Standards Based Grading training in St. Louis. With so many subs in the building, remember to check on “the kids next door” and be your usual helpful selves to the substitute teachers!

-Friday, in honor of Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week, we will be serving a chicken lunch! Make sure to bring your appetite. Hopefully I’ll be in my old spot (potato duty) and I’ll be hitting your plates hard…

-A HUGE thank you to Mrs. Lindy Munson; watching her lead us through the sometimes murky waters of ISTEP testing has been inspiring!

Have a terrific week!


Weekly Duty

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Even though our schedules were a little strange this week, the JAG students stayed the course and all have finished their JAG National tests! In addition, 13 shadowed a family member or other community member at their job, 2 went on Career Pathway Field Trips, and 8 attended career presentations at the high school as part of ENHS' annual Project Day. All of the students reported back on Friday with excitement for what they learned and experienced. A few even noted an increased level of commitment to continuing education, or to their career choice!

Next week we will welcome speakers from Ashley Industrial Molding, Group Dekko, and PreMedTech.

Enjoy your week!

Karen Novinger

Round Table Cafe Menu: May 6, 2016

Hot chicken sandwiches

Salad bar

Salted caramel cheesecake shooters with chocolate dipped pretzels

For reservations: roundtablecafe@eastnoble.net

Upcoming Events


  • Departmental Collaboration


  • Senior Class Photo - AL: Outdoors Weather Permitting


  • Staff Appreciation Lunch - Nelson's Chicken!