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Tuesday, January 23, 2018 1:11 PM
The reaction of some in the community – to a viral video showing a Noblesville High School student using racial slurs, draped in a Nazi flag – has drawn a harsh reaction from Jeff Bryant, principal.
“I am appalled by the reaction from some adults in our community. You can be outraged and, as a community, we should be disturbed and concerned by the comments. But, I do not understand how publicly bashing this 17-year old child, his family, and his friends does anything other than perpetuate the same language, thinking, and views that were in the original posting. Attacking a wrong with more wrongs will never make a right,” Bryan wrote.
In addition, Bryant refuted rumors the student committed suicide
“(Tuesday) morning an awful rumor was spread about the passing of the student who was in the inappropriate social media post from ten days ago. Thankfully, I can say that this was just a rumor and is completely false,” Bryant said.
He said teachers discussed the rumor with students at the beginning of classes.
“At the beginning of this block, all teachers shared with students that this rumor was not true. In addition, teachers spoke about the dangers of spreading rumors and social media,” Bryant said.
  • NHS principal ‘appalled’ by reaction to video
    1/23/2018 The reaction of some in the community – to a viral video showing a Noblesville High School student using racial slurs, draped in a Nazi flag – has drawn a harsh reaction from Jeff Bryant, principal.
    “I am appalled by the reaction from some adults in our community. You can be outraged and, as a community, we should be disturbed and concerned by the comments. But, I do not understand how publicly bashing this 17-year old child, his family, and his friends does anything other than perpetuate the same language, thinking, and views that were in the original posting. Attacking a wrong with more wrongs will never make a right,” Bryan wrote.
    In addition, Bryant refuted rumors the student committed suicide
    “(Tuesday) morning an awful rumor was spread about the passing of the student who was in the inappropriate social media post from ten days ago. Thankfully, I can say that this was just a rumor and is completely false,” Bryant said.
    He said teachers discussed the rumor with students at the beginning of classes.
    “At the beginning of this block, all teachers shared with students that this rumor was not true. In addition, teachers spoke about the dangers of spreading rumors and social media,” Bryant said.
  • Student-Athlete Tip of the Week
    1/23/2018 Winning in team sports requires constant practice to make sure that every player is in tune with what is best for the entire team. This is vey important, but believing this will transpire into victories is just as important.

    Big Ten basketball leader Ohio Stare started the conference with eight straight wins, none more important than beating No. 1 Michigan State on the road. OSU player Jae'Sean Tate spoke for his team after that big win.
  • 1/23/2018 April 7, 1940 - Dewey E. Ward, 77, Lapel, passed away Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018, at St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital following an extended illness.
    He was born on April 7, 1940, in Roane, Tenn., to David and Ella Mae (Jordan) Ward.
  • 1/17/2018 Keeping in mind the constantly changing national news – by the day or even the hour – I would like to put forth some thoughts based upon my own ideological frame of reference:
  • The Times photo by Betsy Reason Noblesville East Middle School sixth-grader Ray Kenley (center) sings with his sixth-grade choir during a winter choir concert at Noblesville High School. AT NEMS, the number of s tudents enrolled in performing arts has surpassed the number of students who participate in sports
    1/22/2018 We are more than halfway through the sixth-grade school year at Noblesville East Middle School. And while I must admit that I was a little teary-eyed to have my daughter move to middle school, we quickly grew to love the school, her teachers and principal Ryan Rich.
    Big changes came in middle school in that students received school lockers, change classes and have more independence. Sixth-graders also got to choose performing arts electives that include band, choir and orchestra.
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