Monday, November 10, 2014


FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT

TIGER STRIPES WILL BE HOSTING A TOY/PAJAMA DRIVE FOR BLAIR E. BATSON  HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER.   TO HELP WITH THIS CAUSE, WE WILL BE HAVING A FROZEN FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 DIRECTLY FOLLOWING THE 6:00 PTA MEETING!


WHAT: FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT
MOVIE: FROZEN
WHEN: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 DIRECTLY FOLLOWING THE 6:00 PTA MEETING
WHERE: SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
COST: $1.00 PER PERSON OR EACH FAMILY CAN BRING IN ONE NEW PAIR OF PAJAMAS TO BE DONATED.

POPCORN & DRINKS WILL BE SOLD FOR $1 EACH.



ALL PROCEEDS WILL BE USED TO BUY TOYS & PAJAMAS FOR CHIDLREN AT BLAIR E. BATSON HOSPITAL.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

2014 HOMECOMING

We would like to invite you to the presentation of our Homecoming Court on Friday, September 19. The game will begin at 7:00 with the Homecoming Court presentation at half-time. 

 
Homecoming Court
7th Grade Maids: Addy Webb, Madison Riggs  8th Grade Maids: Raleigh Grace Parker, Katelyn Barnett  9th Grade Maids: Ke'Andra Smith, Lanautica Woods  10th Grade Maids: Olivia McDonald, Star Batts  11th Grade Maids: Caliyah Moore, Tiffany Hornesbuger  12th Grade Maids: Ashley Poole, Amber Moore  Lady-In-Waiting: Jamie Carter  Queen: Treasure Lynch  Prince: William Ray McDonald  Princess: Destiny Sanders

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Box Tops for Education!


Box Tops is all about the difference 1 can make. This year, our goal is to raise $1,000.

Clip- Clip the Box Top from hundreds of participating products and send them to school. Each one is worth $ .10 when our school redeems them from Box Tops for Education.

Classroom Contest Grades K-6- The classroom with the most earned Box Tops at the end of each nine-weeks will receive a pizza party.
1st Nine Weeks- all box tops will be due Friday, October 3
2nd Nine-Weeks- all box tops will be due Friday, December 12
3rd Nine-Weeks- all box tops will be due Friday, February 27
4th Nine-Weeks all box tops will be due Friday, May 15.

Grades 7-12- Students in grades 7-12 will be allowed to earn a 100 daily grade.
  • ·      Pick up a collection sheet from the library
  • ·      Clip Box Tops and check expiration date
  • ·      Tape or glue Box Tops on sheet until filled
  • ·      Give the completed sheet to the teacher of your choice to receive a 100 daily grade.

For a complete list of participating products please visit the link below: http://www.boxtops4education.com/-/media/BoxTops/FlyersAndDownloads/Participating-Products-Flyer-PDF.pdf

Friday, August 15, 2014

Summer Reading Participants!

Christy McDaniel, Chance Curtis, Noah Edwards, Erial Mays, Tiara Carter, Mackenzie Bealis, Brooklyn Bealis, Kyle Phillips, Braxton Flake, Aaron Lampley, Amari Hollingshed, Jaden Blair, Kyndall Byrd, Jaycie Claire Flake, Megan Lampley, Brady Ellison, Makayla Penro

2014 Varsity Football Players & Cheerleaders! GO TIGERS!


Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Welcome to the 2014-2015 School Year!

I hope everyone has enjoyed their summer and is ready to return to school with excitement and anticipation. Please welcome our new members to our faculty, staff and administration: Chet Wilkes assistant principal, John Davis Science/Coach, Caleb Kelly Science/Coach, Christopher Lyle Social Studies/Coach, Erica Pfleegor Language Arts/Reading, Metilda Miller Inclusion, Kelli Adams 5th Grade, Rhonda Clark 6th Grade, Connie Craig 4th Grade, Olivia Manning TAG, Shaquinta Robinson Elem. P.E./Coach, Shelita Porter Inclusion and Gerald Bradford custodian. We are extremely excited about our new additions to the Noxapater Team and we will continue to pursue excellence and provide an outstanding learning environment for all students at Noxapater Attendance Center.

As I begin my second school year as Principal of Noxapater Attendance Center, our faculty and staff are dedicated, energized and deeply committed to making a positive difference in the lives of our students. We will accomplish this by setting high academic expectations for all students and providing support systems to assure they are met. We will continue to improve school culture and set high standards for teacher performance.

I am excited to share this year with you. I would love it if you would stop by the office and introduce yourself. Let me know if I can ever be of any assistance to you. I am always delighted to meet our parents and talk about our school. We welcome your support in developing a strong home-school partnership.

Thomas M. Brooks
Principal
Noxapater Attendance Center

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Summer Book Club

Noxapater Attendance Center is excited about our Summer Book Club. Attached is a copy of the book list that we are recommending for students to read over the summer. If students are unable to read the books from the list, they will be allowed to read books of their choice as long as it is on or above their grade level.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Summer Book Club List


K-2 Summer Reading List
  
Actual Size and other titles by Steve Jenkins
Big Red Lollipop and other titles by Rukhsana Khan
Boot and Shoe and other titles by Marla Frazee
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and other titles by Bill Martin, Jr. and other titles
Chirchir is Singing and other titles by Kelly Cunnane
Chu’s Day by Neil Gaiman
Duck! Rabbit! By Amy Krouse Roisenthal
The Eagles are Back by Jean Craighead George
Interrupting Chicken by David Ezra Stein
It’s a Tiger! By David LaRochelle
I Want My Hat Back and This Is Not My Hat by Jon Klassen
Ling and Ting: Not Exactly the Same! And other titles by Grace Lin
Luke on the Loose and other titles by Harry Bliss
Marisol McDonald Doesn’t Match by Monica Brown
More Bears! By Kenn Nesbitt
Nighttime Ninja by Barbara DaCosta
Panda Kindergarten and other titles by Joanne Ryder
Penny and Her Song and other titles by Kevin Henkes
Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes and other titles by Eric Litwin
Red-Eyed Tree Frog and other titles by Joy Cowley
Scaredy Squirrel by Melanie Watt
Shark vs. Train by Chris Barton
Ugly Fish by Kara LaReau
The Watcher: Jane Goodall’s Life with the Chimps by Jeanette Winter
We Are In a Book! and other titles by Mo Willems

Grade 3 Summer Reading List

Grade 4 Summer Reading List


Grade 5-6 Summer Reading List



Friday, May 2, 2014

*Special senior retest will be at RCU on MUS campus Monday and Tuesday. (May 5th and 6th )
*For all 1st time State Test takers, the subject area testing has been delayed until Wednesday, May 7th.

Monday, April 28, 2014

Classes will dismiss today (April 28) at 2:00 pm due to the threat of bad weather.

Monday, April 7, 2014

March Student of the Month


Pre-K- Roseanna McDaniel
Kindergarten- Jakeya Pippen, Blake Covington
1st Grade- Kyndall Byrd, Hayden Bennett
2nd Grade- Ja'Kyhia McNair, Roger Towne
3rd Grade- Natalie Jordan, Tim Wilson
4th Grade- Kalei Bridges, Rashad Hornesbuger
6th Grade- Ashanti Burnside
7th Grade- Mariah Spiva, Hunter Johnson
8th Grade- Dashana Clark
9th Grade- Jaython Donald, Lexus Riggs
10th Grade- Khalil Moore, Courtney Boatner
11th Grade- Treasure Lynch, Colby Jones
12th Grade- Destiny Worthy, Tyler Gordon

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

February Student of the Month

Pre-K: ZyTavis McNair
Kindergarten: Carter Hunt, Megan Williams
1st Grade: Troy Roark, Tanayia Miller
2nd Grade: Camp Peterson, Alyssa Sharp
3rd Grade: William Jones, Anna Foster
4th Grade: Keyona Moore
5th Grade: Bryan Glass
6th Grade: Raheem Hathorn, Mary Grace Mills
7th Grade: Jacob McDonald, Raleigh Parker
8th Grade: Phondeshia Hannah
9th Grade: Maggie Morris
10th Grade: Jenelle Geter
11th Grade: Michael Yates, Brandi McDonald
12th Grade: Haden Smith, Maya' Rose Wilmer

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Spring Into Action Against Bullying!

March is "Prevent Bullying" month at the Family Center. The workshops will inform parents about recognizing the signs and preventing Bullying in our schools and communities. The counselors from the Louisville Municipal School District will provide valuable information to help combat Bullying. Come and be a part of our workshops!

Pre-K - 6th Grade Parents                                            
March 6, 2014
Family Center
5:15 P.M.
"Prevent Bullying"
Presenters: LMSD Counselors

7th - 12th Grade Parents
March 20, 2014
Family Center
5:15 P.M.
"Prevent Bullying"
Presenters: LMSD Counselors

Sunday, February 23, 2014

MAS -MC Scholarships Available for High School Seniors

The Mississippi Association of Supervisors – Minority Caucus has a scholarship program available to graduating high school seniors. To be eligible, applicants must be accepted for admission to a technical, school, community college, or university within the State of Mississippi.

A total of fourteen (14) scholarships will be awarded, Each award will be $1000 and will be given only once. Three (3) students will be selected from each of the four Congressional Districts within the state of Mississippi. After these twelve (12) students are selected, the scholarship committee will select two (2) at large selected from any district within the state of Mississippi. MAS-MC will also give a one-time scholarship of $1000 to these winners. Each scholarship award will be assigned to both the student and the institution that the recipient attends.

Students interested in applying for these scholarships can download an application form and find more information athttp://www.mssupervisors.org/minority-caucus/scholarship . Awards will be given in June 2014. Deadline for completed application to be received by the scholarship committee is April 15, 2014.

Thursday, February 20, 2014

2014 Beauty & Beau Review

PreK-Kindergarten Division
2nd Alternate: Bailey McAdory
Most Beautiful: Jackie Clay
1st Alternate: Megan Williams

1st & 2nd Grade Division
1st Alternate: Madelyn Parker
Most Beautiful: Jaycie Claire Flake
3rd Alternate: Erial Mays
2nd Alternate: Kaylee Carter

 3rd & 4th Grade Division
3rd Alternate: Millie Doster
1st Alternate: Sy'ria Harrison
Most Beautiful: Kaitlyn Sanborn
2nd Alternate: Ella Peterson

5th & 6th Grade Division
2nd Alternate: Gracie Edwards
1st Alternate: Nona Wilkes
Most Beautiful: Mia Smith
3rd Alternate: Mary Grace Mills

 Jr. High Beaus
Beau: James Hunter Stalcup
Most Handsome: Kenneth Spiva
Beau: Dawson Woodson
Beau: Ty Duran

Jr. High Beauties
Beauty: Olivia Lovorn
Beauty: Raleigh Parker
Most Beautiful: Maddie Edwards
Beauty: Makayla Jordan

 High School Beaus
Beau: Marshall Kugle
Beau: Brandon Barrett
Most Handsome: Keonte Daniels
Beau: Austin Snow
Beau: Tristin Boyette

High School Beauties
Beauty: LaBrittany Triplett
Beauty: Tracy Smith
Most Beautiful: A'Leaka Brown
Beauty: Erin Clark
Beauty: Kiera Phillips

Friday, February 7, 2014

January Student of the Month



Pre-K: Carlos Hernandez
Kindergarten: Mariana Perez, Jordyn Maul
1st Grade: C.J. Boatner, Takera Pippen
2nd Grade: Camden Garrard, Gracie Perkins
3rd Grade: Jakahi Carter, Kelli Thomas
4th Grade: Caleb Ellingburg, Madison Byrd
5th Grade: Adrianna Goss
6th Grade: Christopher Roberts, Brittany Yates
7th Grade Connor Compton
8th Grade: Austin Swindle, Madelyn Wilkes
9th Grade: Braden Estes, Star Batts
10th Grade: Devakius Moore, Deanna Sangster
11th Grade: Erin Clark, Brandi McDonald
12th Grade: Steven Curtis, A'Leaka Brown

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

December Student of the Month

                                     
PreK- Christopher Coleman, Adleigh Bufkin
Kindergarten- Auriyon Robertson, Nachasity Goss
1st Grade- Jaycie Flake, Nichole Jordan
2nd Grade- Braxton, Flake, Savoncia Johnson
3rd Grade- Akilah Cole, Misty Parker
4th Grade- Kevin Aguillar, Syria Harrison
5th Grade- Shae Keen
6th Grade- Sebastian Gunnin, Lizzie Childress
7th Grade- Jarin Lewis, Kinley Raines
8th Grade- Dawson Woodson, Phondeshia Hannah
9th Grade- Caleb Chandler, Sarah Trosper
10th Grade- Jaquawuba Goss, Quintarius Riddle
11th Grade- John Hemphill, Kayla Thompson

12th Grade- Tristan Boyette, LaBrittany Triplett