The Library Caption Contest has gone high-tech! Did you know you can now enter this popular weekly contest by submitting your answer using the form below?
Here is this week's photo. Write the best caption and win a prize. Weekly winners are notified during the morning announcements. See Mrs. Harriman for your prize or for more details. Congrats to Izzy in Grade 3 for winning last week's contest!
KIEVE FRIENDS...Our friends from Kieve left us on March 14, but
hey will be back at NCS during April vacation week to run Kieve Adventure Camp. Check the NCS Website or school newsletter for more details.
In honor of the March 2 birthday of Dr. Seuss, kindergartners enjoyed making and eating green eggs and ham March 7 in the library!
NCS, students statewide pick 'Jangles: A Big Fish Story'
NCS students in grades kindergarten through Grade 4 voted for "Jangles: A Big Fish Story" as their top pick for the 2014 Chickadee Award. It was most popular among 10 books across Maine as well as at Nobleboro Central School!
Dozens of NCS students participated in picking the 2013-14 Chickadee Award winner. They listened to read-alouds for two months then chose their favorites from a special ballot. In the end, NCS students chose David Shannon's beautiful tall tale "Jangles: A Big Fish Story" as their top choice.
Voting at NCS, by grade, was as follows: Jangles, 22; Mrs. Harkness and the Panda, 16; The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, 15; Randy Riley's Really Big Hit, 7; Too Tall Houses, 4; Step Gently Out, 1; The Princess and the Packet of Frozen Peas, 1; Black Dog, 1; Infinity and Me, 1; Lost and Found, 0.
the book "The Easter Egg," written and illustrated by Jan Brett. They
then made their own egg creations. Some made drawings and colored eggs, while others wrote letters to the Easter Bunny.
'Doll Bones' featured at
NCS Literary Lunch
Students in Grades 5-8 are listening to a read-aloud of the creepy book "Doll Bones" in the latest round of Literary Lunch in the NCS Library. Jen Betts from Skidompha Public Library in Damariscotta is reading aloud from the popular novel while about a dozen students eat lunch.
A special thanks to our Guidance Counselor Ms. Renaud, kindergarten teacher Ms. Powell, and Cam and Kaleigh from Kieve for helping with the green eggs & ham breakfast.