Monthly Archives: December 2012

Wrap It With A Bow

  Two Community Service Board students work together to wrap a donated gift for the annual “snowflake drive.” Last week, Nobles students, faculty and staff members chose paper snowflakes from a display outside Lawrence Auditorium. Each snowflake had a child’s … Continue reading

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Reason for Song

What a night! Under the direction of Mike Turner, the Dec. 6 choral concert packed the house, offering the audience more than music–spectacle, energy and humor also marked the epic evening.

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Middle School Art Show Tonight!

Middle School students will share their art tonight in Lawrence Auditorium. Several of the student-artists will be on hand to discuss their process.

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A Printmaker’s Process

Liz Chalfin, printmaker and director of Zea Mays Printmaking in western Massachusetts, leads a workshop for a few members of the visual arts faculty in the Middle School art room. Chalfin’s prints, along with others from the Zea Mays studio, … Continue reading

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Show a Little Love

A colorful array of student drawings of hearts and quotes were displayed in Gleason Hall today. Many students took part in the LGBTQS activity to draw what love meant to them. One student drew a heart and wrote, “It’s nice to … Continue reading

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Taking Notes on the Beach

Spanish teacher Meg Jacobs takes advantage of the unseasonably warm weather and meets with her class on “the Beach.” You’d never know by looking at the green grass and shining sun that this photo was snapped in December!  

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