30 CYSP student participates in the collection of all recyclable materials from classrooms during the Recess Time once a week.
CYSP students empty recycle bins around campus as part of the CYSP Recycling Program. This is part of their Community Service.
Crown Point Nursing Home
Ohio State University’s cartoon and geology museums
United Skates of America
On Saturday CYSP attended a STEM Workshop at United Skates of America then they got to roller skate afterward! They learned so much and had a great time skating.
OhioHealth Chiller Ice Rinks
CYSP Thanksgiving Dinner
On November 19th, Noble Academy’s CYSP had their first Intercultural Activity when they hosted Thanksgiving Dinner Potluck. The theme was “Cultural Family Traditions” and each CYSP student created a presentation board about their family’s traditions from their culture and what dish they brought to share at the potluck afterward. While waiting to eat, each family discussed and decorated the table coverings with what they were thankful for this holiday season. There were over 125 people in attendance with 27 of our 36 CYSP students, their families, our mentors, and their families!
CYSP Bowling Field Trip-
Noble Academy’s CYSP went bowling in November where the kids competed with their mentors to see who could get the most strikes. The mentors won…however everyone had a great time! The CYSP students received credit for the Physical Fitness category towards their goal.
Crown Pointe Care Center-
Noble Academy’s CYSP students attended a Root Beer Float Mingle in October with the residents at Crown Pointe Care Center where they “Adopted a Grandparent” for the 2018-2019 CYSP year. They visited with the residents to make a connection and select a resident to be their grandparent for the year. The CYSP student will earn credit towards Community Service category.
The Orchard Field Trip–
In October, Noble Academy’s CYSP visited The Orchard in Plain City, Ohio where they picked apples, rode the pedal carts, jumped on the giant pillow, played on the tire climb and giant slide, played in the corn pit and zip line, and rode the moo moo cart. They earned credit in the Out of Town Trip and Physical Fitness categories towards their goals.
CYSP started with an orientation program at Noble Academy Columbus.
CONGRATULATIONS ALL CYSP STUDENTS
Noble Academy’s students went through a grueling selection process to be chosen to participate in CYSP. After submitting their initial application, the student had to ask two former teachers for a reference letter, and complete an interview with 2 mentors. Their test scores on the NWEA Math and Reading tests and behavior record also influenced their selection into CYSP.
We are proud to announce there were 36 students inducted into the Concept Young Scholars Program.