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Griffin's class holds the poster for their friend Ian. The poster explains all the good things they think about him.

I am: Noblesville Hazel Dell students learn what it means to be yourself

October 8, 2019

With the phrase “I am”, hundreds of words could follow. Some of them may be positive, but for some students, the words used more than often are negative. The words can vary from “weak, stupid” or even “not enough.” But Hazel Dell Elementary School is teaching their kids how to eliminate the negatives and create them into positives instead.

Selfless hearts: Noblesville non-profits help provide a personalized touch of help.

Selfless hearts: Noblesville non-profits help provide a personalized touch of help.

October 7, 2019

Making an impact in someone’s day to day life isn’t difficult. A simple greeting or a thoughtful gift could change the entire course of their week. But making an impact across a whole community is much more demanding. As problems such as hunger or supporting those with disabilities arise, some NHS students have decided to contribute to a cause bigger than themselves. Although some big names may come to mind, many lesser known organizations perform life- changing tasks for students and adults alike.

Moving forward: Last March, NHS teacher Kevin Cole was diagnosed with colon cancer

Moving forward: Last March, NHS teacher Kevin Cole was diagnosed with colon cancer

October 5, 2019

Honest. Reliable. Hardworking. Humorous. Dependable. Any one of these words can be used to describe NHS Spanish teacher Kevin Cole. 

A group of NHS forum members gather in front of the school to show their support for #RedforED. “Our team has been working very hard with the district to come to an agreement that corrects the teacher pay issues here in Noblesville,” teacher Amanda Giordano said.

Goodbye: Several NHS teachers are searching for opportunities elsewhere, leaving students unsettled

October 4, 2019

Many NHS students are curious as to why their favorite teachers —and in some cases, their friends—are leaving.

Back to school

Nick Serauskis, Staff Writer

September 3, 2019

Walking into school on the first day can be stressful, scrambling to see all your friends’ schedules and the teachers you’ll have for the year. Some teachers you hear rumbling among the crowd may seem foreign but one of those new friendly faces is Kristine Hendrix, an English teacher for juniors and seniors at NHS.   Many new students have curiosities and questions about their new teachers and Hendrix is one of the new t...

Tykes use tech

Tykes use tech

September 1, 2019

The constant light which glares from a screen to illuminating tapping on separate keys, the devices are well known upon students, teachers, and parents of Noblesville High School.  Although most high...

Officer Jason Shonkwiler begins his first year as a school resource officer at Noblesville High School.

The man, the myth, the mustache

September 1, 2019

The bell rings after lunch, you watch your food trash tumble down the trash can, you on your way down the hall you spot something in the corner eye, a mustache! You fully turn your head to meet his welcoming smile, a man in a police uniform stands tall, his eyes meeting yours.

Crowded hallway, crowded school

Bergan Zebrauskas, Staff Writer

September 1, 2019

The end of summer has finally arrived, and dread fills the student body. As the first day of school rolls around, folks at NHS just might notice the cramped hallways. The crowded staircases. The overflowing classrooms. The school seems more jam-packed than last year. With the significant growth of students every year, people may notice this very thing each year. More than 3,000 students currently attend Noblesville High Schoo...

An hour’s difference

Parker Mutter, Staff Writer

August 31, 2019

The best button in the world is the snooze button. We all wish we could hit snooze 1 more time. But ultimately, we must get up from the comfort of our bed to endure the hardships of the world. Except now, you can hit that lovely snooze button 1 more time. In 2018 and decades before then, Noblesville Schools’ middle and high schoolers began school at 7:35 am. Suddenly, in 2019, the school pushed times back to 8:40 whils...

Memories on the square

August 31, 2019

Ice cream dripping down cones before it can be eaten eagerly in the summer heat. Chapped, cold lips blowing on a steaming mug, the heat slowly warming snowy mittened fingers. Most teenagers in Noblesville...

Paw patrol

Paw patrol

August 30, 2019

It’s 8 A.M. and the newest member of the Noblesville Schools community rolls out of bed, puts on his vest, gets in the car and heads to work. The only problem? His paws don’t reach the pedals. St...

Unexpected beginnings

August 30, 2019

People muttering the same sentences over and over, sweaty palms and flipping through of seemingly endless highlighted pages - it’s what you would expect while standing in line waiting for you name to...

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