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MCS Noble Middle School. New Student Information May 10, 2012. Introductions. David Bostian – Assistant Principal Krista Holland – Assistant Principal Paige Turner – Counselor Annette Hall - Librarian. Introductions. School Nurse – Jessica Fell Cafeteria Manager – Betsy Gwynn

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Mcs noble middle school

MCS Noble Middle School

New Student Information

May 10, 2012


Introductions

Introductions

  • David Bostian – Assistant Principal

  • Krista Holland – Assistant Principal

  • Paige Turner – Counselor

  • Annette Hall - Librarian


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Introductions

  • School Nurse – Jessica Fell

  • Cafeteria Manager – Betsy Gwynn

  • SRO – Deputy Smith

  • CRT – Jen Travaglia

  • AIG Specialist – Maureen Meehan


General information

General Information

  • School named for 1st Superintendent of NH Co. Schools:

    Marcus Cicero Stephens Noble

  • Current Enrollment: 718 students

  • Main Feeder Schools: Blair, Eaton, Bradley Creek, College Park, Ogden, Wrightsville Beach

  • School Mascot: EAGLES

  • School Colors: Maroon & Gold


2010 2011 performance data

2010-2011 Performance Data

  • High Growth School of Distinction

  • EOG Reading – 85.8% Proficient

    NHC Schools Ave. – 75.0%

  • EOG Math – 89.3% Proficient

    NHC Schools Ave. – 85.0%

  • EOG Science – 90.0%

    NHC Schools – Ave. 80.3

  • Met 17 of 21 AYP Targets


Safe healthy schools information

Safe & Healthy Schools Information

  • NAB – Noble Against Bullying

  • Regular FIT Team Meetings

  • Regularly Scheduled Emergency Drills

  • Visits from the NH Co. Sheriff’s Dept. K-9 Unit

  • Secured Rear Doors & Keyless Entry

  • Regular Training for Staff

  • Clearly Defined Behavioral Expectations


Dress code requirement 2012 2013

Dress Code Requirement 2012-2013

  • Polo type shirts or

  • Noble T-shirt or Noble sweatshirt

  • Solid colored knee length or longer pants, shorts, skorts, and skirts. All must be worn at the waist, with no holes, and no undergarments may be visible. Athletic shorts, sweat pants, tights, or spandex type pants or shorts are not allowed.

  • Outerwear – Jackets, sweatshirts, or sweaters. All outerwear, with the exception of Noble sweatshirts should be removed inside upon request.


Electronic devices

Electronic Devices

  • Devices should be off and put away once arriving on campus unless otherwise directed.

  • All devices, iPods, cell phones, etc. should be off and stored in lockers during the day.

  • E-Readers used during class at the discretion of the teacher.

  • Phones and iPods should not be displayed or used until students exit the building after the dismissal bell.

  • Parents should not attempt to contact their child directly during the school day.


Support services

Support Services

  • 2 Guidance Counselors (Loop w/ cohort)

  • Full-time School Social Worker

  • Full-Time Mental Health Therapist

  • Full-time School Resource Officer

  • AIG Teacher

  • Special Education:

    SLD, IBS, IAS, ISCS

  • PSM/RTI


6 th grade information

6th Grade Information

  • 6th Graders Fully Teamed

  • 6th Grade Classes Centrally Located

  • 6th Graders Isolated from 7th and 8th Graders before school

  • Lunches Served by Grade Level

  • 6th Grade Only “Social” 1st Week of School


School day

School Day

  • 8:15 – 3:30 (Students should not arrive on campus prior to 7:50 AM)

  • Master Schedule: Five periods, 75 minutes each

  • Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies

  • Lunch/Recess

  • PE & Electives – A/B Rotation


Pe elective options

PE & Elective Options

  • PE – 3 nine week periods

  • Health – 1 Nine week period

  • Family Life Education – PE Classes

  • Year Long Electives – Band & Orchestra

  • Semester Electives :

    ArtChorusDrama

    KeyboardingTechnology Systems


Striving to achieve excellence stae

Striving to Achieve ExcellenceSTAE

Mission Statement:

STAE will prepare students for the rigor of post-secondary education while increasing student achievement and developing overall success through empowerment


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Striving to Achieve ExcellenceSTAE

Teaching of Nontraditional Curriculum

  • Note Taking

  • Organization

  • Time Management

  • Study Skills

  • Test Taking Skills

    Inquiry-based Activities and Lessons

  • Seminars

  • Critical Thinking

  • Problem Solving


Common core and essential standards

Common Core and Essential Standards

Language Arts

  • Better balance of informational and literary texts in early grades with increased emphasis on learning from reading in content areas

  • Increased text complexity to prepare students for college level texts

  • Greater emphasis on text-based answers to questions


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Common Core and Essential Standards

Math

  • Stresses the conceptual understanding of the key ideas of math.

  • Instruction based on students acquiring and utilizing mathematical knowledge and skills with concepts building over time.

  • Students will be expected to explain their understanding of math on a daily basis as well as via formative and summative assessments


Extra curricular activities

Extra-Curricular Activities

  • Clubs – SCA, ROCAME, Green Team, Art Club, Technology Club, Library Assistants, Track Club

  • Academic Competitions – PTA Reflections, Science Fair, Geography Bee, Math Counts, Math Olympiad, History Bowl, Battle of the Books


Parent involvement opportunities

Parent InvolvementOpportunities

  • PTA Committees

  • School Improvement Team

  • Office Volunteer

  • Media Volunteer

  • Field Trips Chaperones


Home school communication

Home – School Communication

  • Noble website: www.nhcs.net/noble

  • Teacher Web

  • Email

  • Student Agenda Books

  • AlertNow Phone System

  • PTA Newsletter


Thank you for your attendance

Thank You for your Attendance

We look forward to an awesome school year!


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