Welcome Mr. Noone!

Sarah Gibson, Staff Writer

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We are very excited to welcome a new headmaster to The Donoho School this year! Mr. Noone is an alumnus of the University of Notre Dame and was previously the Associate Head of School and Dean of Academics at Indians Springs School. We are ecstatic about his new role at Donoho! I was able to sit down with Mr. Noone and ask him a few brief questions to learn a little bit more about him. Here are a few of the questions and answers!

Q: “What are your hobbies?”

A: “Well, I like to golf, and I love to cook.”

Q: “So far, What is your favorite thing about Donoho?”

A: “My favorite thing definitely has to be the students!”

Q: “Are you an Auburn or Alabama fan?”

A: “Neither. Go Irish!”

Q: “What are your future plans for Donoho?”

A: “I would like to help provide students with more opportunities to go beyond the curriculum and help them find what they want to do in the future. I also want to help them discover where their passions lie.”

We are all very excited to see Mr. Noone’s plans for the school come to life!

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