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SHS Track Season had Begun

The Shenandoah High School Track Program is an extension of the Noble Local School District classroom experience. Our program seeks to develop well-rounded individuals who learn not only the fundamentals of athletic training, but also the importance of education in an atmosphere conducive to developing positive character traits and a work ethic which will aid each student-athlete in the future. We strive to provide each athlete the opportunity to excel to his or her full potential by both developing athletic speed, endurance, and strength while fostering high-esteem, personal accountability, self- discipline, goal setting,  and goal achievement.

David Freeman Makes Noble Local Proud

Shenandoah senior, David Freeman placed 6th at districts.  David's season has been filled with great success. We are very proud of him and his accomplishments !

Congratulations Lady Zeps!

Since the third grade, Shenandoah seniors Kaysey King and Ashlee Wukelich have been a team on the basketball court. Sharing the backcourt together, the duo learned the game through grade school, getting better year after year. 


April 6th Makeup Day

As part of our ongoing effort to make up missed days, we will be attending school Monday, April 6th, formerly part of our Easter Break. 

Safe Schools Ohio

The Center for P-20 Safety and Security was formed as a collaborative effort between the Ohio Board of Regents and the Ohio Department of Education to create safe and supportive learning environments and respond to violence and its causes in educational settings throughout Ohio.  

Graduation Requirements 2014-2017

Students in the classes of 2014 - 2017 and those who are repeating ninth grade this school year will continue to operate under their original graduation requirements.

To earn an Ohio high school diploma, these students must meet both the course and testing requirements identified by the State of Ohio. Students must earn 20 credits in required courses. Additionally, they must receive instruction in economics and financial literacy as well as fine arts. Students must take the required Ohio Graduation Tests (OGTs).http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/What-s-Happening-with-Ohio-s-Graduation-Requiremen/Graduation-Requirements-2014-2017

Make up Days

Due to the number of snow days we have had this year, we will begin making them up as follows: We will add 30 minutes to the end of the school day starting Feb. 16 and make-up days on Thursday, May 21st, and Friday, May 22nd. We will add more information on our future plans for make-up dates and times soon.


Ohio Means Jobs K-12

New Job and Career Planning Tool for Students OhioMeansJobs K-12 is a no cost career planning resource that focuses on opportunities in Ohio. This tool lets students create a profile of their interests.  It also provides career information, a plan and budget for education and training, possible occupations and potential salaries. http://www.ohiomeansjobs.com/

Start Talking

What is Start Talking! about? A new effort is underway across Ohio to prevent drug abuse among Ohio’s most vulnerable citizens – our children. Governor John R. Kasich and First Lady Karen W. Kasich have launched Start Talking! to give parents, guardians, educators and community leaders the tools to start the conversation with Ohio’s youth about the importance of living healthy, drug-free lives. 



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