East Noble School Corporation Community Outreach

EN Community Outreach strives to serve as a resource, to ensure all East Noble families have the support they need, to support their students in school and in life.

The page is managed by Outreach Coordinator, Jami Hall.

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East Noble Community News 11/07/2021

East Noble Community News

https://www.smore.com/y3kw6-east-noble-community-news

Check out our November 7th Newsletter

East Noble Community News East Noble Community News November 7, 2021

11/04/2021

Meet the new Community Outreach Coordinator:

Hi Everyone! My Name is Jami Hall. I started this position Monday and have been busy visiting all the schools and getting to know all of the wonderful children and staff. I am so excited to dive right in and start promoting this school and all of the wonderful resources and activities we have to offer. But mainly I am here to be a resource for you! Please let me know if you need help accessing our resources or have any questions about what all we have to offer.

Meet the new Community Outreach Coordinator:

Hi Everyone! My Name is Jami Hall. I started this position Monday and have been busy visiting all the schools and getting to know all of the wonderful children and staff. I am so excited to dive right in and start promoting this school and all of the wonderful resources and activities we have to offer. But mainly I am here to be a resource for you! Please let me know if you need help accessing our resources or have any questions about what all we have to offer.

Photos from East Noble School Corporation Community Outreach's post 08/27/2021

From cooking, to quilting, to book clubs and more...check out what is going on at the CLC in the month of September!

08/27/2021
06/09/2021

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ENHS still has spots available for boys basketball camp and is looking for 5th and 6th graders.

The deadline for all grades (incoming 5th-8th) has been extended. Families now have until Thursday, June 10th, to register.

Please email or turn forms into the HS office.

Contact [email protected] for questions.

‼️PLEASE SHARE‼️

ENHS still has spots available for boys basketball camp and is looking for 5th and 6th graders.

The deadline for all grades (incoming 5th-8th) has been extended. Families now have until Thursday, June 10th, to register.

Please email or turn forms into the HS office.

Contact [email protected] for questions.

Parenting Children in the Age of Screens 06/08/2021

Parenting Children in the Age of Screens

According to 2/3 of parents in the U.S., parenting is harder today than it was 20 years ago. Many parents cite technologies like social media and smartphones as a reason.

“One of the most highly discussed – and debated topics among parents today is screen time.”

Parents ask questions like:
How much screen time is too much?
What impact will screens have on children’s development?

In the following article, by Pew Research, find out how other parents feel about all things smart phone and screen time. The article also contains insight to help you determine the appropriate amount of tech for your child.

#techtuesday

https://www.pewresearch.org/internet/2020/07/28/parenting-children-in-the-age-of-screens/

Parenting Children in the Age of Screens Two-thirds of parents in the U.S. say parenting is harder today than it was 20 years ago, with many citing technologies – like social media or smartphones – as a reason.

06/01/2021

Today, I’d like to introduce the topic #techtuesday.

Technology is a part of our lives. Smart phones, tablets, laptops, and tv’s are in nearly every home or hand. From these mediums, old and young alike, find entertainment and are connected to a world of information. You don’t have to search long to find content that makes you wonder what your child has been exposed to through their use with technology.

The topic of tech and children can be a sensitive topic for some. Tech is a necessary part of life and our children do need to know how use it to succeed in the classroom and after graduation. On the flip side, there are negative consequences when children’s time with technology isn’t monitored or limited.

Tech Tuesday will be a time to share information and tips to support families on how to keep our children safe as they become good digital citizens.

Today, I’d like to introduce the topic #techtuesday.

Technology is a part of our lives. Smart phones, tablets, laptops, and tv’s are in nearly every home or hand. From these mediums, old and young alike, find entertainment and are connected to a world of information. You don’t have to search long to find content that makes you wonder what your child has been exposed to through their use with technology.

The topic of tech and children can be a sensitive topic for some. Tech is a necessary part of life and our children do need to know how use it to succeed in the classroom and after graduation. On the flip side, there are negative consequences when children’s time with technology isn’t monitored or limited.

Tech Tuesday will be a time to share information and tips to support families on how to keep our children safe as they become good digital citizens.

How to prevent summer learning loss (and still have fun) 06/01/2021

How to prevent summer learning loss (and still have fun)

This summer break, keep your children learning, to ensure they are able to start the 2021-2022 school year with the skills they need to succeed.

We don’t need to overthink learning, make it a part of your day and make it fun. So many activities can be done as a family, to not only reinforce learning, but also to build relationships and make memories that will last a lifetime.

The following article explains what learning loss is and then gives 6 evidence-based tips to prevent learning loss.

https://www.parentingscience.com/summer-learning-loss.html

How to prevent summer learning loss (and still have fun) During summer break, kids can forget what they've learned at school, falling months behind. But studies suggest we can prevent summer learning loss. Here's how.

[05/31/21]   East Noble Community Outreach serves as a partner, to ensure families have resources and support on topics that affect their children.

Memorial Day - What is it? Why do we honor it? - Kid History 05/31/2021

Memorial Day - What is it? Why do we honor it? - Kid History

Memorial Day is a great opportunity to share with our children, no matter their age, the reason that we have a national holiday.

In this video, Broadcast Cal explains what Memorial Day is and why we honor it.

https://youtu.be/N1JAW8J9D54

Memorial Day - What is it? Why do we honor it? - Kid History On Memorial Day, we honor those who've given the ultimate sacrifice by laying down their lives for our country while serving in the military. Join Broadcast ...

05/31/2021

On Memorial Day...

On Memorial Day...

05/28/2021

With summer break and warmer temperatures, comes many families spending time at the pool or lakes.

If you would like to give your 6-18 year old a course on water safety, to give them confidence and to reduce the risk of drowning, check out this 5 week course offered by the Cole Center Family YMCA.

With summer break and warmer temperatures, comes many families spending time at the pool or lakes.

If you would like to give your 6-18 year old a course on water safety, to give them confidence and to reduce the risk of drowning, check out this 5 week course offered by the Cole Center Family YMCA.

05/28/2021

Kids love this time of year! For most children, it means they don't have to wake up and go to school. But that doesn't mean that learning has to stop.

The summer months are a great time to reinforce skills learned in reading, math, and science. It's also a great time to work with children in the areas of social and character-building skills.

Any time spent with your child can be a learning experience.

Kids love this time of year! For most children, it means they don't have to wake up and go to school. But that doesn't mean that learning has to stop.

The summer months are a great time to reinforce skills learned in reading, math, and science. It's also a great time to work with children in the areas of social and character-building skills.

Any time spent with your child can be a learning experience.

Photos from Community Learning Center's post 05/27/2021

Let your child’s creativity flow this summer with this summer camp option.

[05/27/21]   Now that high school students are out of school for the summer, many may be looking for a summer job. Here is what you need to know about work permits.

Now through July 1st Work Permits will be issued by the high school.

Once your student has been hired by their employer, they will be given a form called “Intent to Employ”. Once this is filled out, take the form to the high school and the student will be issued a work permit.

The high school office will be staffed weekdays from 7 a.m to 1 p.m.

Please note: Indiana is making changes in the work permit protocol. After July 1st the schools will no longer be issuing work permits and it will become the employer’s responsibility.

05/25/2021

East Noble Food Service will be providing FREE lunches to ALL children ages 18 and under beginning June 1st.

Children who are NOT students at East Noble will be served at the North Side Elementary and East Noble High School locations only.

See the flier below for more information.

East Noble Food Service will be providing FREE lunches to ALL children ages 18 and under beginning June 1st.

Children who are NOT students at East Noble will be served at the North Side Elementary and East Noble High School locations only.

See the flier below for more information.

The Connector 05/24/2021

The Connector

The latest edition of "The Connector" is now available at this link: https://www.smore.com/pd956.

The Connector The Connector May 2021

05/24/2021

Don’t forget to register your child for East Noble’s preschool.

Children who will be 4 years old by August 1, 2021 and are potty trained are eligible for enrollment.

Applications can be picked up at Avilla Elementary or at Kendallville’s Community Learning Center.

For questions call Avilla Elementary at 260-897-2301 or call Cassaundra at 260-347-2502 ext 10400.

For the 2021-2022 school year, some students will be eligible for state funds to offset the cost of preschool.

Registration for these state funds is now open. To start the process for financial assistance, create an account here:
https://earlyedconnect.fssa.in.gov/onlineApp/home

Don’t forget to register your child for East Noble’s preschool.

Children who will be 4 years old by August 1, 2021 and are potty trained are eligible for enrollment.

Applications can be picked up at Avilla Elementary or at Kendallville’s Community Learning Center.

For questions call Avilla Elementary at 260-897-2301 or call Cassaundra at 260-347-2502 ext 10400.

For the 2021-2022 school year, some students will be eligible for state funds to offset the cost of preschool.

Registration for these state funds is now open. To start the process for financial assistance, create an account here:
https://earlyedconnect.fssa.in.gov/onlineApp/home

05/21/2021

Champions Before and After-School is coming to ENSC this fall!

To learn more or to register, go to: DiscoverChampions.com

Champions Before and After-School is coming to ENSC this fall!

To learn more or to register, go to: DiscoverChampions.com

05/19/2021

Lets get together in our new auditorium for a Family Sing-Along!! Be prepared to enjoy your favorite classics along with new kid-favorite tunes on June 3rd.

05/18/2021

Early Ed Connect

For the 2021-2022 school year, some students will be eligible for state funds to offset the cost of preschool and before and aftercare. Registration for these funds is now open.

This website is your one-stop shop to apply for state funds (CCDF and OMWPK): https://earlyedconnect.fssa.in.gov/onlineApp/home

Early Ed Connect

Photos from East Noble School Corporation Community Outreach's post 05/17/2021

East Noble is partnering with Champions Education to offer before and after school care at North Side and Avilla elementary schools.

Care will be available from 6:30 am- 6:00 pm and all East Noble School Corporation students are welcome to attend.

Students from Rome City, Wayne Center, and South Side will be bussed between North Side and their home elementary school each morning and afternoon.

Preschool students will also have access to morning or afternoon care when they are not attending preschool.

Financial assistance is available for this before and after school program.

To start the application process for financial assistance, use this link
https://earlyedconnect.fssa.in.gov/onlineApp/home

For questions, contact Cassaundra by email [email protected] or by phone 260-347-2502 ext 10400.

05/17/2021

We know you want the best for your child’s health, education, and well-being. That’s why East Noble School Corporation has teamed up with Champions to provide a Preschool Wrap Program and Preschool and School-Age Before- and After-School Programs for students in our school district for the 2021-2022 school year.

Champions has more than 28 years of experience providing high-quality programs that balance education and fun in a safe environment.

What sets Champions apart?

Learning shouldn’t stop when the school bell rings — and the Champions program makes sure it doesn’t. Guided by passionate teachers, children explore their curiosity through activities in creative arts, math and construction, literacy, puzzles and games, science, and STEM! Their new STEM component will spark interest in even the youngest of students as they learn about coding, robotics, and more. Time is set aside for homework help giving your family more time to spend together at night. Healthy snacks are also provided for your children.

Become a Champions Family

• Register your child at www.discoverchampions.com.

We know you want the best for your child’s health, education, and well-being. That’s why East Noble School Corporation has teamed up with Champions to provide a Preschool Wrap Program and Preschool and School-Age Before- and After-School Programs for students in our school district for the 2021-2022 school year.

Champions has more than 28 years of experience providing high-quality programs that balance education and fun in a safe environment.

What sets Champions apart?

Learning shouldn’t stop when the school bell rings — and the Champions program makes sure it doesn’t. Guided by passionate teachers, children explore their curiosity through activities in creative arts, math and construction, literacy, puzzles and games, science, and STEM! Their new STEM component will spark interest in even the youngest of students as they learn about coding, robotics, and more. Time is set aside for homework help giving your family more time to spend together at night. Healthy snacks are also provided for your children.

Become a Champions Family

• Register your child at www.discoverchampions.com.

05/14/2021

2021 Knight Summer Athletic Camps will begin in June.
Visit the East Noble athletic website for info and sign-up opportunities:
https://eastnobleknights.com/2021-summer-camps/

2021 Knight Summer Athletic Camps will begin in June.
Visit the East Noble athletic website for info and sign-up opportunities:
https://eastnobleknights.com/2021-summer-camps/

05/12/2021

May is Mental Health Month. This months mental health moment from Bowen Center focuses on supporting children as experience and process grief.

May is Mental Health Month. This months mental health moment from Bowen Center focuses on supporting children as experience and process grief.

05/11/2021

Help your child keep their skills sharp over summer break with tutoring, offered by Freedom Academy.

The flier says grades k-5, but there is also support available for middle and high school students. Contact Melina for more information.

Help your child keep their skills sharp over summer break with tutoring, offered by Freedom Academy.

The flier says grades k-5, but there is also support available for middle and high school students. Contact Melina for more information.

05/10/2021

Reminder:

Reminder:

05/10/2021

Good Monday Morning!

There are only 14 days left in the 2020-2021 school year. Let’s remind our children to finish strong!

Please encourage your student to continue doing their best both in class and when it comes to completing their school work.

As testing continues in these final days, encourage your student to get a good night’s sleep and to start their day with a healthy breakfast.

Masks are still required on school buses and while in the halls of EN buildings.

EN students and staff are champions. Let’s work together and finish this year strong!

Good Monday Morning!

There are only 14 days left in the 2020-2021 school year. Let’s remind our children to finish strong!

Please encourage your student to continue doing their best both in class and when it comes to completing their school work.

As testing continues in these final days, encourage your student to get a good night’s sleep and to start their day with a healthy breakfast.

Masks are still required on school buses and while in the halls of EN buildings.

EN students and staff are champions. Let’s work together and finish this year strong!

05/07/2021

Our East Noble teachers pour themselves into their work and their students, but often times, they never know the true impact they have on their students.

If you have a story of an amazing teacher that you would like to honor, let me know.

Feel free to post in the comments or email [email protected]

Our East Noble teachers pour themselves into their work and their students, but often times, they never know the true impact they have on their students.

If you have a story of an amazing teacher that you would like to honor, let me know.

Feel free to post in the comments or email [email protected]

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