Noblesville Schools is inviting the community to experience the innovative learning taking place in its schools at the annual Miller Shift Learning Showcase.
The free showcase will feature more than 70 interactive areas highlighting collaborative, real-world learning activities of Noblesville students and teachers. Attendees can expect to see all schools and grade levels represented at the event, and a wide variety of experiences will be on display, including manufacturing, photography, aeronautics, media, cooking, engineering, robotics, music, business, art and more.
“This event will be a fun opportunity for the Noblesville community to celebrate the amazing accomplishments of our students and teachers,” said Marnie Cooke, director of communications for Noblesville Schools. “Attendees will quickly get an understanding of how we’re doing school differently today and why other high-performing school districts are looking to emulate us.”
Before the event, the district will hold an awards ceremony at 5:30 p.m. to name Innovative Teachers of the Year within the district.
The main showcase event runs from 6 to 8 p.m. March 16 at Noblesville High School, 18111 Cumberland Rd.