East Noble Community News

November 7, 2021

Inspire, Engage, Empower

Vision: East Noble School Corporation students will be inspired to become life-long learners, engaged by a rigorous, relevant, and innovative curriculum, and empowered through collaboration and inclusion to become valuable, contributing members of a global society.

Noble County Community Happenings

FREE Flu and Covid Shot Clinic at the Community Learning Center

The Noble County Health Department will be hosting a FREE Flu and COVID shot clinic at the Community Learning Center on Saturday, November 13th and Saturday, December 4th from 10:00am to 1:00pm. Walk-Ins can choose:
  • Flu shot (6 months and older)
  • Pfizer COVID Shot (5 years and Older)
  • Moderna Booster
  • Both Flu and COVID

Pre-registration is available for the COVID vaccines at www.ourshot.in.gov

**Canned goods and non-perishable food items will be collected for the Friendship Food Pantry.

(This is for information purposes only and is not a sponsored ENSC event)

Noble County Health Department Shot Clinic

On Monday, November 8th from 3:00pm-6:00pm the Noble County Health Department will be administering the Pfizer COVID Vaccine to children ages 5-11 ONLY. Those interested should call 260-636-2978 x1 to make an appointment. This will be held at the Noble County Health Department located at 2090 N IN-9 Albion, IN 46701.

(This is for information purposes only and is not a sponsored ENSC event)

East Noble District Happenings

Upcoming Veteran's Day Events

As the holiday quickly approaches all the schools across the East Noble district are planning for their various Veteran's Day activities. East Noble wants to take the time to honorably thank all the Veterans for serving our country. You are an inspiration to us all and true heroes in our community. We hope to see you at our various events in the district happening on November 11th.

Wayne Center Elementary

In-Person Ceremony at 1:30pm

North Side Elementary

In-Person Ceremony at 9:00am

South Side Elementary

Drive-by Ceremony starting on Brilheart at 9:00am

Avilla Elementary

In-Person Ceremony at the Avilla American Legion at 10:00am

Rome City Elementary

In-Person Ceremony at 9:00am

East Noble Middle School

In-Person Ceremony at 2:00pm

East Noble High School

"Thank You Veterans" Yard Sign out front for pictures

and a Virtual Band Performance

***If you are interested in attending an event please reach out to the school to find out requirements for attendance as current numbers are being limited due to COVID.

East Noble is partnering with Champions to help parents find reliable childcare

East Noble started a partnership this year with Champions to provide before and after school care to all of our elementary students starting as early as 6:30am and ending at 6:00pm. The program offers services at Avilla Elementary and North Side Elementary. The North Side location provides care to all other elementary schools in the district. Champions is also helping the district by offering a preschool wrap-a-round service in partnership with Avilla's preschool to provide a full day of learning, engagement, and fun! Contact Brooke Ridenour, Site Director, at 260-357-8174, or visit www.discoverchampions.com for pricing and hours.

East Noble School Corporation is accepting applications for Food Service Assistant Substitutes

This position is under the direct supervision of the Food Service Director.

$12.00 per hour, approximately 3 hours per day.

Job Requirements:

Excellent customer service skills and ability to work with a variety of staff and students

Knowledge of kitchen sanitation, cleaning, and maintenance

Food service experience

High school diploma or GED

Ability to walk or stand for long periods of time

Direct questions to Roger Urick, Food Service Director, ENSC, rurick@eastnoble.net

Visit www.eastnoble.net / Menu / Employment / Active Vacancies – to see all current job postings and apply on-line.

Important Dates

November 8th

Noble County Health Department Shot Clinic 3:00pm-6:00pm

November 9th:

North Side Elementary PTO Meeting at 3:30pm

South Side Elementary PTO Meeting at 4:00pm

November 11th:

Veteran's Day

November 13th:

FREE Flu and COVID Shot Clinic 10:00am-1:00pm at the Community Learning Center

November 17th:

School Board meeting at Central Office 6:00pm-8:00pm

November 24th-November 26th:

Thanksgiving Break/ No School

East Noble Schools in Action

Wayne Center Elementary and South Side Elementary

Dinosaurs, Chickens, and Minions. Oh My! Wayne Center and South Side Elementary children and teachers certainly dressed to impress this past week at their individual Halloween Parades. These events were a huge success as the children got to Trick or Treat through the halls of the school and have a fun break from the day to day activities. Way to ENGAGE Wayne Center and South Side.

Rome City Elementary

Mrs. Meyer's and the Rome City staff put on a wonderful Fall Music Program for 1st, 3rd, and 5th graders on Wednesday, November 3rd at Rome City Elementary. Though the groups were smaller the children did a great job in the spot light as they showed off all their hard work through singing and musical instrument performances.

Middle School Children Experience Frog Dissection's

Following along to the virtual instruction of Science Central, sixth grade children got to experience this timeless science activity. Children spent the class following along with a virtual instructor to get up close and personal with the anatomy of one of Indiana's most common amphibians. Who remembers dissecting frogs in their middle school science class? A big thanks to the Middle School Science Department and Science Central for keeping the tradition alive.

High School 2021-2022 Yearbook

Yearbook searching for images

The yearbook is looking for images of East Noble high schoolers traveling over the summer and fall break. We are also looking for images of pageants and 4-H and students with their pets. If you have any of these items, you can email them to jwells@eastnoble.net.

Interested in a personal ad for the yearbook?

Yearbook has limited space for personal ads in the yearbook. Would you like to purchase one? There are 3 sizes available for varied prices. You can contact Mrs. Wells for details.

Have you heard about The Knightly Scroll? This is a student lead web page with information and happenings within the high school.

East Noble Champions

East Noble staff members have the opportunity to nominate fellow staff members for demonstrating our mission statement, and being true champions for our district.

Brenda Ulch

Mrs. Ulch was nominated by Mr. Harper for creating a "Tell Me Something Good" wall at Avilla Elementary. This wall is consistently filled with teacher and students posting about the good things they are doing, or good things they have seen someone else doing. These little notes create a constant display of how they are INSPIRING, ENGAGING, and EMPOWERING. Way to go Mrs. Ulch! You are appreciated for all you do for students and staff.


  • East Noble District covers 144 square miles, encompasses 8 schools, and is currently educating nearly 3,400 children.

  • The very first graduating class of East Noble could celebrate their 55 year reunion this May. Congratulations class of 1967!

Meet our new Food Service Director

Fun Facts about Roger Urlick

  • Roger enjoys herb gardening. He has over 20 different kinds!
  • He has 3 pugs.
  • He loves to go on cruises.
  • He graduated from Clown College.
  • Roger is a professional Clown.

Welcome to the Team Roger! We are so excited to have you!

Community Outreach

Meet the New Community Outreach Coordinator

Fun Facts about Jami Hall

  • Jami talks with her hands A LOT. She is always moving.
  • She is a Beatles fanatic.
  • She has two daughters. One daughter is her twin and one is her husband's twin.
  • Jami loves to paint and do DIY projects.
  • No is not in her vocabulary. If you ever need anything she will find a way to get it done.

What is Community Outreach?

The role of community outreach and my position as the coordinator is to provide information to our families about what is happening across the district and in the community. Think of me as your one stop information station. I am here to answer questions or direct you in the right place to the ample amount of resources we offer. Please reach out to me if you have questions regarding resources or programs in your child's school or in the community.