February is Black History Month
African Americans with ties to Cleveland
February 10, 2018
Mrs. Heldman and Mrs. Burke organized students to compete in a Math Tournament at John Carroll
Eight students from Noble (and 4 from Gearity) attended the 5th/6th Grade Problem-Solving Tournament that is sponsored through the Greater Cleveland Council of Teachers of Mathematics (GCCTM). There were a number of events including problem-solving, mental math, and a geometry construction activity. All of the work had to be done as a team. The students prepared by working on competition problems from previous years.
5th Graders had a suprise guest visitor: Mr. Derrick Williams Assistant Professor in Communication Studies at Tri-C Metro. Mr. Williams shared "I admire Dr. King Jr. and Ella Baker. Proud father of Meldrrick Williams (2nd grade Noble) Ella Williams (Pre-School Gearity) Student engaged in an activity "Living the Legacy of Black History" This was an interactive program where the students learned over 100 Black significant figures and worked in small groups to choreograph a 200 year oral timeline of Black History.
December 2017 - 2nd Grade Readers Theatre
Each school year before winter break Ms. Moultrie provides an opportunity for her 2nd Grade students to show off their reading skills to an audience of parents. Students are given a "script" and reading parts are divided amongst the students. Lines are not memorized. The students are encouraged to read from the script while focusing on reading the text with expressive voices. The students find it to be fun and it brings the text alive making comprehending the story more meaningful.