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CEO Note: An update about in-person learning at Noble

CEO Note: An update about in-person learning at Noble

Dear Noble family,We’ve been thrilled to see thousands of students back in buildings these past few weeks. With the start of the fourth quarter, all 18 Noble schools are now in step 3 programming which means our school buildings are bubbling with the activity and...

DRW Computer Science Program Ramps Up with Listening Tours

DRW Computer Science Program Ramps Up with Listening Tours

This past fall, the philanthropy committee from DRW Trading Foundation awarded DRW College Prep a multi-year grant to build out a Computer Science program. In an effort to encourage more DRW students to pursue STEM vocations, the campus has been developing a robust...

Mental Health Matters: Hope and Healing Series May 11-25th

Mental Health Matters: Hope and Healing Series May 11-25th

Recognizing the importance of mental health, especially in the face of COVID-19 and racism, we believe that it is imperative that Noble holds space for healing. In honor of May, Mental Health Awareness Month, we will host a series of virtual healing spaces (healing...

Mental Health Matters: Hope and Healing Series May 11-25th

Justice for George Floyd

Dear Noble family,  In 1955, Emmett Till was murdered by a mob of white men in the Deep South. His mother, Mamie Till, courageously chose to have an open casket for her son’s body. She wanted America to see how racism and white supremacy literally dismembered,...

5 Things Not to Say in a Job Interview | Tips from our Talent Team

5 Things Not to Say in a Job Interview | Tips from our Talent Team

“So, tell me why you’re looking to leave your current teaching role?” I asked. 

The candidate replied, “Well, we had a new principal start 2 years ago. I do not like this person and everything has gone downhill since he/she took over.” 

That is an interaction I recently had on a phone call.

DRW Computer Science Program Ramps Up with Listening Tours

Becoming Principal in the Midst of a Pandemic

This is part of a series of blogs from Noble campus representatives to give a deeper look at campus life.  Why did you choose to work for Noble at DRW?I had the great fortune of being principal at Rowe Elementary for four years. Over my time there, we had dozens of...

Parent Empowerment: Amplify Your Strengths and Leverage Your Voice

Parent Empowerment: Amplify Your Strengths and Leverage Your Voice

On March 3, Noble hosted its third installment of the Noble Parent Leadership Series. This event was called Parent Empowerment: Amplify Your Strengths and Leverage Your Voice. During the event:  Parents and guardians heard from our CEO, Constance Jones for the latest...

This is the work.

This is the work.

This is an OpEd from Noble's CEO, Constance Jones. This is the work. We started this school year with a call to our staff to get in good trouble as we aspired to become an antiracist organization.  And, it appears we have gotten in some good trouble. In classrooms and...

CEO Note: An update about in-person learning at Noble

Noble Releases Fourth-Quarter Plans

In a message shared with students and families, Noble released its plans for the fourth quarter of the academic year.  Dear Noble Families,  Three hundred sixty-five days ago was a typical Thursday for me. The itinerary included stopping into a packed coffee shop,...