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March 30, 2017 - Daily Announcements

 
JVS

Breakfast Doubleheader – now through April 11th, stop in to Quarry Room A in the morning for a delicious breakfast entrée, drink or snack and be automatically entered into contest to win an Indians Prize Package, which includes two Indians game tickets. The drawing will be held on Tuesday, April 11!

Seniors: If you have already enlisted in the military, or are in the process of doing so, please stop by Student Services and let Mr. Wilde know. We want to recognize you!

VYC Interact: There will be a VYC/Interact meeting TODAY, 2nd period in Lecture Rm A.

NTHS: Please see below the 2016-2017 NTHS Practice Schedule:

Date Time Room
March 30, 2017 2nd period Quarry Room A
10th period Quarry Room A


Scholarship Opportunity: Lorain County JVS Educational Foundation & LCJVS PTA / TA Scholarship is now available on the JVS website and with Ms. West in Student Services. Completed applications are due to Ms. West in the Student Services Office by the April 3, 2017. No late applications will be accepted.

SAVE THE DATE!! ADDITIONAL LIFESHARE BLOOD DRIVE AT JVS ON APRIL 12TH
At the fall & spring drives students, staff and friends generously donated 248 units of blood to Lifeshare Blood Services. We are adding a 1-day drive on 4/12 from 8am-3pm to help meet our goal of 315 units of donated blood for the school year. Sign-up for donation week of 4/3.
Last chance for seniors to earn their Red Hero Graduation Cords!
DO YOU LIKE PIZZA? Pizza for all donors at this drive!

ASSOCIATE SCHOOL NEWS: COPIES OF DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM THE ASSOCIATE SCHOOLS CAN BE SEEN IN THE DISPLAY CASES IN QUARRY ROOM B.


Avon: Avon High School graduates are being offered summer, paid apprenticeships and full time positions or career training by Corrigan Moving Systems, 2931 Abbe Road in Sheffield Village. A job with them this summer guarantees a job each summer until completion of college. Stop in at Avon High School's Student Services for info.

Attention Avon Seniors! Be sure you've received your Senior Information Guide which has been mailed home to all Avon families of the Class of 2017. This includes important dates for mandatory end of the year meetings for all seniors, information about fees, transcripts, prom, caps and gowns, Commencement, mandatory graduation practice, and so much more. Seniors who do not plan to participate in the Avon Commencement ceremony must complete the Commencement Opt-Out form in the back of this booklet and turn it in to Student Services. Be sure to check your mail for this information or feel free to stop by the Avon High School main office with any questions or to get another copy.


Amherst: Amherst juniors will have their SAT test on Wednesday April 5th. Report directly to Steele High School.

Clearview: SENIOR SLIDE SHOW: Email pictures to yearbook@clearviewschools.org OR if you have printed pictures, give them to Amanda Quinones, CDD II, so she can turn them in to Clearview!


Columbia: Mr. Campbell will be at the JVS on Thursday, March 30 at 8:00 am to meet with all Columbia students and distribute Prom information.

Cedar Point tickets will be on sale for $39.00 for students and adults at the JVS on March 30 during the meeting. Money is due when you order (checks made to CHS). Tickets are for Sunday, May 21 or can be used on another date with an additional $10 payable at the Cedar Point gate.

Prom is Friday, May 19 at Springvale Ballroom in North Olmsted from 6:30-11:00 pm. Tickets for Prom will be on sale at the JVS on Thursday, April 20 before school. Prom Tickets are $45.00 each, checks made out to CHS. Out of town guest forms must be completed if you are bringing a guest who is not a Columbia student. These must be returned before you can purchase a ticket for your guest. They are available on our website, in the main office at CHS or from Ms. Meadows next week. Ballots for Prom Court and reserving of tables will be available at the JVS on May 9 before school. Columbia Seniors only will vote for prom court candidates.

All Columbia juniors and seniors have a meeting today Thursday, March 30th, at 8am in the IVDL room.


Elyria: Ms. Baytos will be at the JVS next Wednesday 4/5/17 to sell Prom Tickets during Lunch periods.


Firelands: Out of School guest forms for Prom 2017 are available in JVS Student Services. Tickets are now also available after school at Firelands High School. The deadline to purchase tickets is Friday, April 7th.

North Ridgeville: North Ridgeville Seniors treats have arrived. Seniors can pick up their treat bags in the student services office. They must have their IDs.
Seniors – don’t forget to submit your baby pictures, old school photos and old childhood home videos to go into your high school senior video for the year 2017. All are due in by TOMORROW!.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK:

Alexzander Armos, CA IIA / Haily Bly, COS IB / Michelle Boyer, DMA II, / Joshua Csizmadia, IEM I / Jared Fidler, AT I / Ziqi Gao, MMI / Noah Hammond, LGM I / Abigale Hill, CR I / Austin Jackson, WGD II / William Kerley, AT I / Alexander Koch IEM II / Jacob Owen, PMT II / Branden Pilot, IE I / Jeren Sebille, CE D / Zachary Shutsa, LGM II / Grace Stephenson, COS IA / Devin Taylor, WGD I / Evan Thomson, CDD I / Madilynn Toto, CRL C / Keith Washington, IE II


 
Amherst

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Amherst announcement shows are posted daily by 11am on both our YouTube channel and on our Facebook page. Just go to YouTube and search Steele News Live and click on the proper date. As for the Facebook page, it's updated multiple times daily, has our entire episodes, has individual stories that can be viewed independently, and other info. The page is updated every time we have a show. They can also be viewed at 10am, 3pm, 6pm, and 11pm on Warner 97 in Amherst. We can also be followed on Twitter@SteeleNewsLive.


 
Avon

Avon Local Schools announcements can be found by going to: http://www.avonlocalschools.org/students/announcements-high

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Kiss the Pig!
Who will kiss the pig? Beginning this week, anytime during the week you can donate your spare change and extra cash to a teacher or administrator's jar, and the three teachers or administrators whose jars have the most money will have to kiss a pig! Make your donation in the Commons during 4th, 5th, and 6th periods. Key Club will send all the donations to Community Resources Services, which works with lower income families to provide groceries, gas, clothes, and more. Make your favorite teacher kiss that pig!

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Drive continues through Friday, March 31st
Alaina Mihalik is representing Avon High School in the Student of the Year Series for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to help beat blood cancers. This week from Monday, March 27th through Friday, March 31st, during lunch periods there will be sales of blood drops for $1 and bracelets for $3 to help support the cause. Each day a gift card will be raffled off for those who buy a blood drop or a bracelet. Check it out and see what the gift card is for today. Stop by and support the cause.
Sophomores, JVS has a New Course Offering that might be just right for you.
Did you ever have an injury that required attending physical therapy? Are you interested in knowing how to work out at the gym with a personal trainer? Have you participated in a sport with an Athletic Trainer? Lorain County JVS has a brand new program starting next school year for you to investigate these careers and many others for yourself. Contact your School Counselor about the new Sports, Health and Fitness Technology Course at Lorain County JVS for the 2017-18 school year.

Avon High School Dance Opportunities Available.
Do you like to dance? You have two opportunities to become involved at the high school as a member of either the AHS Eaglet Dance Team, performing at halftime at Boys Varsity basketball games, or as a member of the Competition Team, competing at the OASSA dance competition events. You can try-out for one or both. With new practice times, it makes it easier for you to be involved with both the high school team and your studio! If you have any interest at all, please attend an informational meeting after school on Monday, April 10th from 3:30pm-4:00pm in room 232. If you cannot attend the meeting, but would like more info, see Coach Bruner in room 232.
SAVE Members, It's Time to Meet for Earth Day
SAVE Members will be meeting today, Thursday, March 30th, at 3:15pm in Room 214 to finalize Earth Day preparations. Be there!

The Results are in!
If you took the Accuplacer at Avon High School, your results are in! Stop down to Student Services to pick up your scores.

Congratulations and best of luck to the Avon Eagles Robotics Association in their upcoming competition.
Team A.E.R.O has been working hard all year to design, build and test a robot for the FIRST Buckeye Regional Tournament, which is again being held at the CSU Wolstein arena. Qualification rounds take place today and tomorrow. Final games are played on Saturday, April 1st when all are welcome to attend. Admission is free. AHS says "Gear Up" to all our students who contributed to this year's Robotics effort!
Talent Show Try-outs are Next Week on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Attention all students! Do you have a talent to share? Student Council's annual talent show will be held on Wednesday, April 26th at 4:00pm. Whether you are a star singer or a boomerang champion, all talents are welcome! Try-outs will be held in the auditorium on Tuesday, April 4th and Wednesday, April 5th from 3:30-5:30pm. You MUST try-out in order to be considered to perform, space is limited! Not quite sure what your talent is? Perhaps it's manning the mic and running the show. Students can also try-out to be talent show hosts! Prizes for top performers! See Miss Cahill in room 230 with questions or to sign up for try-outs.

Jostens Senior Orders are Scheduled to be Delivered to Avon High School Wednesday, March 29th Deliveries will be made to the JVS on April 27th and 28th
Seniors, if you ordered announcements and other graduation specialty items from Jostens, your deliveries are ready this week. Orders from Jostens will be delivered to Avon High School on Wednesday, March 29th. Orders will be delivered to JVS on April 27th and 28th. Be sure to have your payment in full taken care of and plan to stop by to pick up your orders. You can pay any remaining balance by credit card by calling 1-800-JOSTENS. Any Senior who has not ordered their Cap & Gown should also call 1-800-JOSTENS or order online at www.jostens.com. Jostens graduation deliveries on these dates do not include your caps and gowns which will be delivered on the day of graduation practice in June.
Need a Summer Job? Avon Local Schools Needs Summer Help.
Like to clean? Like to fix things? Want to work for the schools maintenance department this summer? The hours are 6:00am – 2:30pm weekdays and the starting salary is $8.10/hour. You will need to be at least 16 years of age or older with a valid driver's license. If interested, pick up an application from the high school main office, student services office, or the custodial office. Return completed applications to the high school main office or to a custodial.

Transcripts for Seniors
Seniors are reminded that all transcripts need to be requested on Naviance. Let your counselor know by email if you have put in a request to additional colleges.

Attention Seniors: Check out This Year's Scholarship Opportunities.
The Avon Community Scholarship list is now available! Info can be found on the Guidance webpage, on Naviance, or you can pick up a packet in Student Services. The deadline for applications is Thursday, April 7th, so get moving on getting these applications together. Good luck, seniors!


 
Avon Lake

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“Lunch Change for Piper” now to Friday, April 7th. Look for students collecting change for Piper during your lunch periods.

3rd Period Class Collection Competition for Piper continues today. Each 3rd period class will be competing against all of the other 3rd period classes. The 3rd period class that donates the most money will be treated to donuts and juice.

Reflections entries and Awards are ready for pickup. Visual Art entries are in Mrs Craigo's Art Room. Photography & Film are in the office. Deadline for pickup is Friday, April 28th.

Avon Lake City Schools presents Sale by the Lake at Avon Lake High School on Saturday, April 29th from 9am to 3pm. Admission is $2.00, 12 and under are free. Come and Shop!

The Key Club Sponsored Study Group meets every Wednesday and Thursday at 7:15 a.m. in room 125. (Mr. Fredriksen’s Photography Room) We welcome any student who needs help with their studies or tutors who are looking to accumulate service hours or simply do a good deed. You can also come just to catch up on homework or study with a friend!

Guidance - College Visits – Scholarships


The PE Waiver is now online! Any student planning on completing the waiver will need to go online. All additional activity forms are also available online to print off. Attention Juniors! If you are planning on completing the waiver, all forms must be completed by May 19th. Per the PE Waiver Guidelines, it cannot be completed your senior year, thus you will be placed in a PE class. If you have any questions regarding the waiver, please contact Mr. Pete Vein at peter.vein@avonlakecityschools.org
Follow this link to be taken directly to the PE Waiver: http://www.avonlakecityschools.org/resource-center

Attention Upcoming Juniors!!!The Board of Directors of Community Resource Services is currently seeking a high school student who will be a junior during the 2017-18 academic year. WHO CAN SERVE ON THE CRS BOARD? We are looking for a vibrant, enthusiastic student from Avon Lake High School who is interested in making a difference in our community. Please stop in the guidance office for information!

Please visit http://www.avonlakecityschools.org/highschool/common-scholarship to download scholarship information

Attention College Credit Plus Students! A tutor from LCCC will be available every Thursday during lunch periods in the guidance office to help you with your course work! Please feel free to stop by for extra help! If you have any questions, Please see Mr. Kaminski.


SENIORS

Seniors – You can design your Commencement Program Cover. Entry requirement forms are now available in the Main Office, Guidance Office or Assistant Principals’ Office. Entry deadline is Monday, April 11th.


Clubs and Organizations

Meditation Club is moving its meeting time to 3:00 on THURSDAYS in the TV Production Studio (Room 190). Help yourself relax, destress, and think more clearly ~ Beginners welcome

Attention NEHS members: The Remind code is 81010 @d389d. Please sign up to receive announcements.

Community Service

Summer Youth Volunteer Leadership Program is looking for volunteers that are interested in pursuing a career in healthcare. Participants range in age from 15-18 and volunteer at least 8 weeks during June, July and August. Anyone interested in The Summer Youth Volunteer Leadership Program stop by the Guidance Department for additional details.


STUDENT AIDES NEEDED! The special education department is looking for student aides. If you have a study hall or extra time, please stop by Room 120. You can sign up for one day a week or more if it fits your schedule. Volunteer times can be used for community service hours, applications for colleges, and more importantly a rewarding experience.

ATHLETICS


JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Please see the Job Postings board outside the Guidance Office for job opportunities.


 
Brookside

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Sheffield/Sheffield Lake Schools/Brookside High School announcements can be found by going to: http://www.sheffieldschools.org/brooksidehighschool_home.aspx

Brookside High School video announcements can be found by going to: http://www.esenetworks.com/profile.aspx?id=63445


 
Clearview

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Words of Wisdom: “We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing … while others judge us by what we have already done.”

ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE
Tomorrow, Friday, March 31st we will be on an altered bell schedule for the Senior/Faculty Challenge. Please stop in the office if you need a copy of this schedule.

BAND SECTION LEADER APPLICATIONS
Any band student (CHS or JVS) interested in becoming a Section Leader (and any other leadership position) for the 2017-2018 school year needs to turn in their application and recommendations to Mrs. Smercina ASAP. Applications are due BY Monday, April 10th at 3:05pm or you will NOT be considered for Section Leader.

ACCUPLACER INFORMATION
Students please check your school email for important information regarding the Accuplacer test. This is a test that must be taken if you plan on taking college classes for the first time next year.

PROM TICKETS
Prom Tickets will be on sale starting Monday, April 10th until Tuesday, April 28th at 3pm. They will be available in the lunch room and in room 109 1st and 4th period and room 206 after school. The cost is $75 for prom and after prom. Tickets are non-refundable. Please plan ahead and let's make it a great night!

LCCC ADVISING
Nicole Starkey from LCCC will be here on Thursday, April 13th to see students for advising. If she is your advisor, please see Mrs. Howard, Kazel or Watson to schedule an appointment. First come, first serve.

CLEARVIEW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
Seniors...all Clearview Memorial Scholarships are due by tomorrow, Friday March 31st. Please give your applications to Mrs. Watson.

KICKING OFF SENIOR/FACULTY CHALLENGE
Come on out and support our seniors as we kick off senior faculty challenge today, Thursday March 30th at 6 pm in the Clearview High School gym with our first annual senior/ faculty basketball contest. Student presale tickets will be available this week for $2.00 during lunch periods. All tickets will be $3.00 at the door. See Mr. Dimacchia with any questions

GROUP & ORGANIZATION GROUP PICTURES
The following school Groups and Organizations will have their pictures taken for Yearbook today Thursday, March 30th, during Homeroom in the Gym: Spanish Club, Jazz Band, Prom Committee, Book Club, Newspaper, Yearbook, Student Council, Youth 4 Youth, Scholastic Challenge.

CLASS OLYMPICS
The Class Olympics are coming!! They will be held on Friday, April 21 at the end of the day during a special assembly time. Five events will take place at that time, Hungry Hippos, Scooter Races, Tug of War, The Obstacle Course and the Jalapeno Eating Contest. There will be 3 events to take place the week of April 18-20 after school, Lego Challenge, Giant Jenga and the Homerun Derby (weather permitting). Sign-ups for the events will start April 10-12, and participants chosen on April 13. Sign-ups will be with the following teachers: Freshman with Mrs. Sloboda, sophomores with Mrs. West, juniors with Ms. Schwedt and seniors with Mrs. Howard or Mrs. Watson in the Guidance office. Get ready, get pumped and be prepared to give it your all!! The Class Olympics, April 21st!!


THURSDAY, March 30th

Homeroom Group & Organization Pictures for Yearbook ~
Gym
3-4:00 pm Jazz Band Practice
5:00 pm Boys Varsity Baseball AWAY @ Brookside
Boys JV Baseball HOME vs. Brookside
Girls Varsity Softball AWAY @ Brookside
Girls JV Softball HOME vs. Brookside

FRIDAY, March 31st Assembly Schedule

1:10 pm Senior/Faculty Challenge
4:30 pm Track AWAY @ Firelands

SATURDAY, April 1st

11:00 am Boys Varsity Baseball HOME vs. Lake Ridge
Academy


 
Columbia

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General Information: Cedar Point ticket sales continue through April 6 for $39.00 for students and adults at CHS and at LCJVS on March 30 at 8:00 am with Mr. Campbell. Money is due when you order. Checks made payable to CHS. The tickets are valid for Sunday, May 21 or can be used on another date with an additional $10 payable at the Cedar Point gate. Tickets can be purchased in room 2 before and after school and during 6th period lunch in the cafeteria at CHS.

Attention Juniors and Seniors: If you plan to take a guest to prom who is not a Columbia student, an out of town guest form must be filled out and completed prior to buying your guest a ticket. They are available online or in the main office at CHS. Prom is Friday, May 19 at Springvale Ballroom in North Olmsted.

Check the fliers around school, the posted announcements or the website for more prom information.

The 2017 Columbia AfterProm committee have some fundraising events coming up in the next month. The first one is today, Thursday, March 30 at Bootleggers 5pm to close. Just mention the event and the afterprom committee will receive 15% of bill. This fundraiser is good for dine in or carryout. Check out the flier for more opportunities to support this fun and safe event.

Columbia High Drama Club is having a community fundraiser at the Five Guys, 15171 Pearl Rd, Strongsville location (just north of Giant Eagle) on Thursday, April 13 from 5:00-8:00 pm. Present the flier or simply mention that you are there to support the Columbia High School Drama Club. Five Guys will donate up to 25% of your purchase to the CHS Drama Club.

Guidance News: Attention all students who have been accepted by LCCC to take CCP classes in the fall of 2017. You must stop in the guidance office and schedule for an appointment to meet with Ms. Neff about your schedule for the fall.
Appointments are available today and Thursday from 8:00-9:00 am and from 12:00-2:10 pm. You cannot schedule at the college until you meet with Ms. Neff who will give you a form to take with you to your LCCC scheduling appt. See Mrs. Hechko if you have questions.

Mrs. Anderle from College Now will be in the guidance office Friday, March 31. If you have questions concerning your college choices, financial aid or the FAFSA, stop and make an appointment. Let your parents know that they also can call and request an appointment with Mrs. Anderle.

Attention students who are planning to take CCP courses during the 2017-2018 school year: Make sure your College Credit Plus intent to participate forms are returned to the guidance office by this Friday, March 31. If you need a form, stop in the guidance office.

Attention Seniors: Local scholarships are now available in the guidance office. Applications will be due by 3pm on Tuesday, April 4. See posted announcements for details.


 
Elyria

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Student vs. Staff Basketball Game:

Still looking for students to be a part of the Student vs. Staff basketball team. Stop by Mrs. Biltz classroom, 202W to sign up and get an application. Also in need of coaches.

Attention Students Spreading Awareness for Animals -

We will have a brief meeting on Thurs. from 2:45-3:00 in room 105.

ATTN: Sophomores.

If you have ever had an injury that required attending physical therapy; if you are interested in knowing how to work out at the gym with a personal trainer; if you participated in a sport and worked with an athletic trainer, Lorain County JVS has a brand new program starting next school year for you to investigate! Contact your school counselor about the new Sports, Health, and Fitness Technology career program at LCJVS for the 2017-18 school year.

Attention Seniors:

Prom Tickets are on sale this week before school 7:10-7:35, 7th& 8th periods, and after school till 3:30. We will be in the concession stand in the dining hall. In order to go to Prom your school fees must be paid.

Pioneer STRONG:

The 2017 Pioneer STRONG t-shirt is ready! Pick up an order form in the main office or stop by Mrs. Biltz classroom, 202W. Shirts are $10. All profits will go to the Erin Adkins Memorial Scholarship Fund. Order by this Friday, March 31st to guarantee your shirt will be here for the Student/Staff Basketball game on April 12th.

Pioneer STRONG Week:

Pioneer STRONG week will be April 6th-April 12th. The Student/Staff Basketball Game will be on April 12th. If you are interested in participating, sign ups and applications are available in Mrs. Biltz room, 202W. If you are participating in a Spring Sport you must check with your coach to see if you can participate.

Attention Seniors:

College Now scholarships are due on Wednesday, April 5. Please submit all documents to Mrs. Anderle or Mrs. Val in the College Now office.


Attention Seniors!!

There are two great scholarship opportunities just for EHS students!! With the Peak Scholarship, students must have a 2.75 GPA or an ACT composite of 21. Preference MAY be given to students who wish to major in education. If you are going into education, the Garford Scholarship is for you! Please see your counselor today for one or both of these scholarships. Both are due into Mr. Cake by Monday, April 10th.

EHS Dance Team:

Tryouts for the Elyria High Dance Team 2017-2018 season are Monday April 3rd through Thursday April 6th in the Auxiliary Gym from 6-9 pm. Hope to see you there!

Attention Seniors:

If you have not completed your FAFSA yet or if you need help completing scholarships, visit the College Now office for assistance.

Attention All Students:

The Media Center will be open from after school until 4:00 every day Monday through Friday for students who wish to work on schoolwork. Students may not have their cellphones out and must be working on school work. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Cake.

Remember, we’re at Elyria High School where we are achieving success and nothing less!


 
Firelands

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If you have ever had an injury that required attending Physical therapy. If you are interested in knowing how to work out at the gym with a personal trainer. If you participated in a sport and worked with an Athletic Trainer. Lorain County JVS has a brand new program starting next school year for you to investigate all these careers and many others for yourself. Contact your School Counselor about the NEW Sports, Health and Fitness Technology Course at Lorain County JVS for the 2017-18 school year.

Mr. Newman from College Now will be here today, Wednesday, the 29th. If any seniors need to meet with him, please set up an appointment in guidance.

Today is the day prom tickets go on sale! Buy your ticket during lunch for 35 dollars. Don't delay; tickets will only be on sale for the next two weeks, until Friday, April 7th. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AFTER THAT DATE, AND NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR!! If you are bringing on outside guest, the guest form must be turned in and approved before buying tickets. Buy your tickets during lunches or after school in room 219 beginning this week.

March is Music in Our Schools Month. Show your support for your music programs by participating in Tri-M's Spirit Week! Thursday-Throwback, Friday- Rock Star!

The permission slips for individuals who will be attending the after-prom at Kalahari will be available in the high school office starting this week. Tickets for attending the event will go on sale starting April 3rd. Permission slips must accompany the purchase.

There will be a Teen Volunteer Night at the Amherst Public Library on April 5th at 6:30 p.m. This is for grades 5 & up who are interested in help with the children’s program, for service hours, or just for fun. Pizza will be provided on the 5th, and the library is at 221 Spring Street in Amherst. Flyers are available in the Main Office.

SPORTS NEWS: The High School Track team is again selling their annual Cookie Dough to help raise money for the program. There are 10 different flavors of cookies to purchase. Each box contains 48 pre-formed cookies. The boxes sell for $16 a pieces. Support the team and purchase a box from any of the track members.

Do you have an interest in becoming part of the Fireland Falcons Color Guard Team for the 2017/2018 Marching Band Season? Tryouts begin April 3rd at the Middle School small gym from 3:00-4:30pm. If transportation is needed, please ride bus 11 Phase #1. For more details on tryouts, please go to the band room and pick up an information sheet.


 
Keystone

Want to get important updates regarding LCJVS and Keystone High School? Sign up for your school’s REMIND text/email messaging system! Just send the message “@khs-jvs” to (567)302-2980 or visit www.remind.com/join/khs-jvs

Juniors and seniors: You are cordially invited to this year's prom on May 13 from 6:30-11:00. It will be hosted by the Junior Class at The Rainforest in the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and the theme is "Where the Wild Things Are". Prom tickets will be on sale from April 3rd-April 12th. Tickets can be purchased during lunch and after school in Ms. Stratton's room on those days. The prom ticket price will be determined by the success of the Mr. Wildcat pageant next Tuesday at 6:30 (so go to it!). All school fees and fines must be paid before buying a prom ticket. If you have questions about prom, see Ms. Stratton.

The KHS Yearbook wants to honor the memory of Nate and is asking for your help. Please upload meaningful photographs you are willing to share using the RePlayIt App or, or e-mail them directly to Mr. Hogue. We are hoping to get as many photos as possible shared by TODAY.

The 2017 Wendy's High School Heisman Scholarship Program is now open! This program is for current juniors. This scholarship is for exceptional student-athletes who excel in athletics, academics and community leadership. You can learn more about the scholarship and apply at: www.wendysheisman.com.


 
Midview

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National College Fair: The National Association for College Admissions Counseling is hosting a National College Fair for all grade levels at the Huntington Convention Center in downtown Cleveland. This fair is free and open to the public. It is best to pre-register online at www.gotomyncf.com. If you have any questions or would like more information about registering, stop by Student Services.

Sophomores and Juniors: The University of Akron is offering a summer internship in the field of engineering. If you are considering a career in engineering, this will give you hands-on research experience working alongside engineering professors. If you are interested in learning more about this program, see Miss Katzbach or your
counselor. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 14th.

College Credit Plus Program : This is a reminder for the College Credit Plus Program that those who are already participating in CCP this year still need to turn in a 2017-18 Midview intent to participate form to Student Services no later than April 3rd. For students who will be new to CCP next year, you will need to turn in your Midview intent to participate form and your LCCC application no later than April 3rd if you plan on taking LCCC classes offered here at the high school. For Findlay Calculus candidates, your deadline is April 1st to submit your Findlay application online. Your Midview intent to participate form and your Findlay Student Rights and Responsibilities form is due in Student Services by April 3rd. Please stop by Student Services to pick up any forms you may need or to see your
counselor with questions.

The Midview Scholarship Fund is now available in Student Services for all Midview seniors attending a college or university accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Applications will be rated on the basis of scholastic record, financial need, school and/or community involvement, and general character. This scholarship is renewable for a 2nd year, provided the student shows satisfactory academic performance. The deadline to apply is May 19th.

Juniors and Seniors: You're invited to CSU’s Spring Open House on Saturday, April 1st from 9:00-2:00. Register online. Campus and residence hall tours will also be offered, as well as advising. Each college at CSU will offer activities as well as the College of Engineering.

Skippers: Anyone interested in trying out for the MHS Skippers Dance Team needs to attend a brief informational meeting about clinics and tryouts on Monday, April 3rd at 3:00 in the high school LRC. Clinics will be held Monday, April 10 and Tuesday, April 11 from 4:00-6:00 in the small gym. Tryouts will be on Wednesday, April 12 at 5:00 in the small gym. Forms are available in the main office..

Cast and Crew of Shrek: Rehearsal and tech will be after school on Tuesday and Thursday this week from 2:45 - 5:45. All fairy tale creatures are needed for this week's rehearsals.

Special Olympics: Help support Midview Special Olympics by getting your very own 2017 Midview Special Olympics T-shirt. With each $10.00 donation, you will receive a t-shirt and help send our athletes to the Lorain County Track and Field Special Olympics. We would love all students, teachers and staff at Midview High School to
wear these to school the day of the Olympics, May 12th, to support our athletes. Order forms will be available during lunch or you can pick one up from Miss Evin's in room 219. All orders are due by next Friday, April 7th.

Trash-to-Treasure Art Contest: To build awareness of recycling and reusing materials, we are holding the Trash-to-TreasureArt Contest. All entries in the contest must be pieces of artwork created by using “trash” - materials that
would otherwise have been put into the garbage but are instead being reused. The contest is open to all Midview High School Students. Contestants may enter as solo artists or as members of a team. Please see Mrs. Coleman in room 102A for more details.

Middie Mania: Do you want to see all of the great talents that your fellow Middies have? Then come out to the second round of Middie Mania this Friday, March 31st at 7pm in Kubuski Gym! Admission is $5 per person. We hope to see you there!

Wrestlers: Please make sure you give Coach Lawton you singlets no later than end of the day today, or you will be charged.

FCA’s monthly huddle meeting is this Friday, March 31st at the Grafton McDonalds. We we’ll begin at 6:30. Rides will be available from McDonalds back to the high school. Anyone is welcome to join us. See Mr. J. DiFranco or Mr. Hayhurst with any questions.


 
North Ridgeville

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April 11th from 8:30 - 11 in the back gym. You will be called to the back gym when your club is being photographed.

Community Service hours have been posted. Please check the guidance office window or the main office to make sure your information is correct!

Attention any current freshman, sophomore, or junior who is interested in being a part of the Rangerette Color Guard next year...there is still time to join us! Complete the application packet found in the office and bring your physical to the first day of clinics on Tuesday, the 28th, at 4pm, in the middle school gym. Any questions email Miss Rietta at nrhscolorguard@gmail.com. Hope to see you there!

Students who requested a Kenyon Partnership class (like Bio Sem, KAP Spanish 4 or KAP American History) must complete an online application by March 31st. Information was given to each student who requested one of these courses, and the instructions are also on the guidance page. Please see your counselor with any questions.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! Video Production needs you to send in pictures from elementary school or earlier for senior video. Send them to us at rtv@nrcs.net.
The North Ridgeville Drama Club will be presenting, Rodger and Hammerstein,s OKLAHOMA, March 30, 31, and April 1 @ 7:00 and April 2nd @ 2:00. Come and support your friends while being entertained by their talent.


 
Oberlin

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OBERLIN "Daily Announcements" get updated as new announcements come in at
http://www.oberlin.k12.oh.us/Domain/11
"Today's announcements are also available online at:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/17V3QKijE-azZFkaiPmzlVfWQa_vNO33lunEmLQfY1Xo/edit?pli=1

HELLO OHS, THESE ARE YOUR AFTERNOON ANNOUNCEMENTS

Juniors and Seniors
Take a big step in your college search! Meet face-to-face with college reps at NACAC National College Fairs being held Saturday, April 1st in Cleveland Ohio and Sunday, April 2nd in Columbus Ohio. For complete details on how to register, stop by the guidance office.

Big Brother and Big Sisters
Big brothers and Big Sisters of Lorain county is facing a serious need for volunteers. Please see Mr. Thomas if you are interested!

Girls Circle
Join us for Girls Circle every Thursday from 3:30-5:30 in the cafeteria. There will be snacks, dancing, and good conversation. Please bring your registration forms if you are new to the group, and plan to stay the whole time.


 
Wellington

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Student IDs are to be visible and worn around your neck at all times. A detention will be given for not wearing or having your ID. If your ID is broken and won’t stay on the lanyard, we have plastic sleeves in the office.

Community Service Opportunities: See Mrs. Drake.
• Westwood Latchkey - Monday and Wednesday after school with Westwood Latchkey until 6pm. You can help for one to three hours on these nights. This opportunity will be available all school year.
• Community Breakfast & Carnival April 8th. Sign up in the main office!
• Second Harvest Food Bank Monday, April 3rd – pick up a permission slip in the main office. Space is limited so students will be able to attend on a first come basis.

Extra Help with School Work is available after school on Tuesdays and Thursday in the cafeteria until 3:30 pm.

Seniors:
• Local scholarship applications are due April 3rd to guidance office.
• Community Service opportunities are available – see Mr. Arno.

Driver’s Education Classes will be offered beginning April 3rd. More information is available in the cafeteria.

Special Olympics Coaches – Applications for this year’s games are available in front of Miss Achter’s room. Deadline for turning in is today, March 29th. Questions? See Miss Achter or Mrs. Palmison.

College Credit Plus – any student interested in taking CCP classes next school year must submit a WHS CCP intent form to the guidance office by Friday, March 31st. All students currently taking college classes must submit this form as well. Forms are available in the guidance office.

Life Share Blood Drive Friday, March 31st sponsored by NHS. Students that have signed up to donate blood must have their blue parent consent forms turned in to Mrs. Campo by Wednesday. This is for ages 16 and 17.

Marie Curie is the only woman to ever win two Nobel Prizes. Her first award was for physics for her work on spontaneous radiation with her husband, with her second being in Chemistry for her studies of radioactivity. For more information on strong women throughout history, stop into the library!

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