Emotional Well-Being

At Noble we know that to fully equip our students for excellence in their future endeavors we must ensure that, in addition to being challenged academically, they are adequately provided for emotionally, spiritually, and physically. 

A Solid Foundation

When it comes to our students’ social-emotional health, we work hard to make sure we teach them how to understand and manage their emotions. This gives our students the foundation to create meaningful relationships with their peers and those they will encounter in the future. Developing strong social emotional well-being helps students integrate their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors in a way that supports greater health and well-being in life.

We Offer

  • Accessibility to the guidance office 
    • Students may schedule meetings with the guidance counselor.
  • Character development lessons in the curricula
  • Open lines of communication between the staff and parents in regards to behavior
    • Each year, we provide parents a copy of the student handbook.
  • Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS)
  • Restorative discipline practices
  • Teacher mentors whom students feel comfortable going to for additional emotional support

Culture Day

Exposing Noble students to the vast, vibrant and diverse cultures of the world is part of what sets us apart from other schools. Each year, we transform our cafeteria into a World Showcase run by our 6th through 12th-grade classes. Students highlight a chosen country’s food, clothing, dress, arts, history, etc. We invite all Noble families and friends every year to experience the wonder and fun of our World Showcase.

In the past, we have included countries such as Bolivia, Portugal, Bangladesh, Madagascar, Sudan, XinJiang (Uighur Province), Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy, Turkey, Trinidad, Vietnam, Tanzania, Palestine, and many more.

After the World Showcase ends, our captivating Culture Day program, performed by the elementary students, begins in the gym. The program displays poetry, cultural dances, and other performances from around the world.

Living Wax Museum

The Noble Leadership Academy English & History Department proudly presents an annual living wax museum. Each year, the 4th through 8th-grade students prepare a nonfiction living wax museum in the cafeteria. We invite all parents to come learn about some of the world’s greatest athletes, activists, explorers, scientists, and leaders.

To encourage all of our students to improve themselves in some way, we judge their performances. We encourage every student to learn something new, to perform in front of an audience, to find a role model, to find a voice, to harness their creativity, and to develop a sense of perspective.

Our goal is that each of our students uses this activity to grow. 

Character Day

Noble's Character Day is our way of celebrating "Read Across America Day." Read Across America Day is an initiative by the National Education Association to create an environment that supports and enhances literacy.  Reading is sparked in so many different ways, and stepping into the shoes of one of your favorite characters is exciting.

We encourage all of our families to be actively engaged in reading with each other. Children should be reading at least 15 minutes everyday.  

 "Motivating children to read is an important factor in student achievement and creating lifelong successful readers. Research has shown that children who are motivated and spend more time reading do better in school." -National Education Association.

On this day, we encourage Noble students to dress up as their favorite book character. Our teachers lead their students in a celebration of reading through various games and activities.