Carl W. Goetz

Middle School​​

Mrs. Noble is a graduate of Wagner College where she studies Theatre and Music.  Her passion is singing and she has performed professionally in numerous summer stock, national tours and off-broadway shows.  Her favorite credits include Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls, Grace in Annie at the Mt. Washington Valley Playhouse, Lucy in the National Tour of Snoopy, The Queen of Hearts in the National Children's Theatre Tour of Alice In Wonderland with American Family Theater, Yeomen of the Guard with the NY Gilbert and Sullivan Players, and Joanne in Godspell, to name a few.

After a professional singing and acting career, she attended Rider University's Graduate Elementary Education Teacher Certification Program and has her Masters of Art in Teaching degree.  She holds NJ teaching certifications in Elementary Education, K-12 Music, and K-12 Theatre.  Mrs. Noble taught on the talented team at the Amerigo Anastasia Elementary School in Long Branch followed by 12 years in the East Brunswick School District at the middle school level, as a Theatre teacher and Director/Vocal Director for the annual school musical then in Jackson for 4 years as a music teacher at the elementary level.  She couldn't be happier to be back at the middle school directing the 6th - 8th grade choirs.  I'm honored to be a part of the Goetz community.  Go Cougars!  In addition to teaching in the public school system, she has also taught music and acting for numerous after-school and summer programs at local theatres and camps. She thoroughly enjoys being a part of the Jackson School District spreading her love of Theatre and Music to all grade levels! 

She is a resident of the wonderful town of Jackson and lives with her husband and three children (Avey, Easton, and Alaire). Her oldest son is a professional child actor and you can check out his website at  In her spare time, she loves traveling near and far, going to the beach and visiting amusement parks with her family, skiing in the winter, and seeing shows in NYC and at local theatres.