Published On: September 13th, 2021Categories: 2021, Noble Reopening SY21, Video

Noble students masked up and headed into the buildings Sept. 3 for their first day of in-person learning for the 2021-2022 school year. Energy soared as students saw their friends and teachers face-to-face after a long time apart.

Giant Jenga towers, dunk tanks filled with beloved staff members, barbeques, and block parties welcomed students, staff and community members across many Noble schools; everyone celebrating the beginning of the new school year.

Check out some of the highlights and photos below:

Hear from more of our teachers and staff on how they’re feeling about the return to in-person learning: Our Teachers and Staff Are #ReadyToReturn.

Learn more about how we’re returning back to school safely this year: Health & Safety Plan

Read more about the new changes we made on how we create our curricula: Creating the Innovation Collective

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