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Volley for the Cure

The annual Volley for the Cure volleyball game will be Monday, September 26th beginning at 5:00 p.m. at home against Barnesville.  Volley for the Cure is an organization which raises funds and support for breast cancer awareness. All proceeds raised at the game will go to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure charity. Some of the items that will be available include baked goods, gift baskets, wreaths, and other treats and fall decorations. In addition, the high school and middle school Food and Nutrition classes have decorated pumpkins that will be available as part of a silent auction. To help raise awareness and donate to the cause, come watch the game!

Substitute Bus Drivers

Noble Local School District is in need of substitute bus drivers.  There will be a Pre-Service School Bus Training on October 17-25 at Zanesville City Board Office.  If you are interested in becoming a driver for either district please call so that you can be registered for the class. For more information contact Elaine Hummerich 740-732-5637 or Danielle Davis 740-732-2084.

Noble Local School District partnering with OVESC and 11 other districts to share services of Career Pathways Specialist

Choosing a career pathway is a key strategy for improving post-secondary and workforce readiness. Realizing this, other area Superintendents and I wanted to create a position to help support counselors and students in identifying career opportunities and “pathways” that exist within our community.  The “Career Pathways Specialist” position was created in partnership with the Ohio Valley Educational Service Center, with a goal in  year one  to connect with as many people as possible and to help implement/coordinate the area youth in our community with work-based learning opportunities, through real-world, career relevant experiences.

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Shenandoah Hall of Fame Applications

Do you know of an outstanding Shenandoah alum? The Zeps Academic Boosters are currently holding the annual Hall of Fame nominations. Applications are to be returned to SHS  c/o principal Justin Denius by December 22, 2015. See the link below for the application. 

Alumni Hall of Fame Nominations

Superintendent's Message


August 2016

Welcome back to what we hope will be an outstanding school year! We are excited about the many opportunities before us in 2016-17. We have several new staff members and several people in new positions this year. Those staff members are:

          SHS: Tammy Montgomery –English; Molly Powell – Social Studies;

          Denise Wells – Administrative Services Secretary

          SMS: Ben McCauley- Language Arts

          SES: Whitney Petry –  3rd grade teacher; Emily Mason – 4th grade teacher; Lindsay Bond – Title I Position;

          Jenae Laipply – K-4 Secretary; Cathy Williams – Special Education Coordinator

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