Noble Elementary-Middle School provides high-quality, data-driven instruction in a nurturing environment.Our program supports the physical, social, emotional and academic growth of our students with a developmentally appropriate curriculum. As students progress from pre-Kindergarten through middle school, they face increasing challenges designed to prepare them for the rigors of high school, college and the workplace.
The Diplomas Now program features partnerships with Communities in Schools, City Year and Johns Hopkins University, to support students and their families, and ensure that each and every one is on the path toward high school graduation.
Most of our students live in the community, and walk or are transported to school by their parents. Many are second or third generation Noble students. Parental and community involvement enhances our program.
School of the Week: Noble Elementary-Middle School
Posted on January 26, 2015
Home of the Noble Knights!
Stern, structured and straight to the point are just three ways to describe the culture at Noble Elementary-Middle School. Principal Angela Broaden believes it is never too early to instill professionalism in her young scholars.
Noble is a prekindergarten through eighth-grade school located in a beautiful and historic, yet modernized, building where all staff members are focused on providing not only a top-notch education, but also leading by example. Teachers aim to showcase the utmost professionalism to prepare their students for high school and beyond.
Broaden, a 20-year plus Detroit Public Schools veteran educator, became Noble’s leader just over three years ago. The tough-love principal, often referred to as a “master of reorganization and restructure,” brought along her successful strategies to help the school go from an enrollment number of 300 to now nearly 600 students.
“My teaching style is simply to leave all baggage at the door. Here at Noble, we do what we have to do to reach success and we are very confident in what we do,” Broaden explains.
Fifth-grader Taylor Sweeny proudly represents her school by being a Hospitality Leader. Hospitality Leaders are school ambassadors who showcase a high level of respect for teachers, exude positive behavior and maintain exceptional grades.
“My mom raised me to be just like her by getting good grades, respecting my teachers and having good behavior,” Sweeny proudly says.
Perrion Ridley, a fifth-grader and vocal music enthusiast, says that he loves how all of the teachers at Noble support the students and help each one of them understand, complete and advance throughout their coursework.
“Since my teachers respect me, I respect them in return,” Ridley says. “It is important to respect our teachers because they help and encourage us to do our best.”
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Computer Lab, Accelerated Reading and Math Programs, Physical Education, Science Fair and Go Green Initiative, Special Education programs for Specific Learning Disabilities, moderately Cognitive Impaired, and mildly Cognitive Impaired; Afterschool Tutorial, Honor Programs, Spelling Bee, Family Literacy Games Night, Career Day, Volunteer Reading Corps, Girls/Boys Basketball, Cheerleading, Conflict Resolution / Peer Mediation, Community/Business Partners, School Intervention Programs, LSCO.
High Quality Pre-Kindergarten
We offer a high quality early learning experience for special needs and general education students 4 years of age by November 1. Detroit Public Schools’ Pre-K classroom curriculum is aligned with the National Early Childhood Standards and Michigan State Board of Education’s Early Childhood Standards of Quality. For more info, go to detroitk12.org/preK
University of Michigan Detroit Partnership and Performance Outreach Workshop, Great Southern Baptist Church, Littlefield Community Association, Communities in Schools, Neighborhood Legal Services, SVS Eye Vision, Mobile Dentist, Good Fellows.
Noble Elementary – Middle School will strive to successfully educate all regardless of previous academic performance, socioeconomic status, race or gender. We will accomplish this mission by providing a data-driven, student centered learning environment, incorporating writing, communication skills and technology with a strong academic curriculum. Through the collaboration of home, school and community, we will prepare our students to be life-long learners and productive citizens of the 21st century.
Slacks and Pants: All slacks and pants must be a solid color (Khaki, navy blue, or black) Style: Slacks and pants can be pleated or flat front, full length. appropriately fastened at the waist. Pants worn below the waist will not be tolerated. Material: Cotton, canvas, corduroy, linen, polyester, wool or fabric blends.
Skirts and Jumpers/Skorts: Color: Khaki, navy blue and black, in a solid, single color. Style: Skirts must be at least knee length. Tops: Shirts and blouses must have button down or straight collars. Turtlenecks and polo styles are permitted. All tops must be worn tucked inside pants, slacks or skirts. Color: Pre-K – 4th Grade – WHITE 5th Grade – YELLOW 6th Grade – LIGHT BLUE 7th Grade – BURGUNDY 8th Grade – BLACK Style: Long or short sleeves with a collar required. Turtlenecks and polo styles are permitted. Logos: Manufacture trademarks, if any, must be one inch or less. DPS school logos are permitted and are not limited in size. Jackets, Cardigans, and Sweaters: Color: Should be blue or black or match the accepted uniform color for the student’s grade level Style: All must be worn over a collared shirt, turtleneck or polo style top. Student jackets, cardigans, or sweaters cannot have hoods.