October 9, 2015 - Daily Announcements
The Lorain County JVS is hosting a Family Fun Walk or Run as part of its annual Community Appreciation Day activities THIS Saturday, October 10th at 9am. Students and families are invited to participate! The 1.25mile walk/run will take place around the perimeter of the JVS campus. Register by October 7th for free ($5 the day of the walk/run). Forms are available at http://bit.ly/FunWalkorRunForm under the Community Appreciation Day heading or in Principal Petitti’s office. The first 100 registered participants will receive a free t-shirt. The first 100 finishers will receive a coupon for a free pancake breakfast prepared by the JVS National Technical Honor Society students.
The JVS is hosting its annual Community Appreciation Day THIS Saturday, October 10th from 10am-3pm. This fun filled event will include a variety of activities - something for everyone in the family to enjoy, and will take place RAIN or SHINE! Some of the events include: Early Bird $5 Pancake Breakfast, Family Fun Walk or Run-9am Start. Senior Living Fair, Flu Shot Clinic, Free Car Wash, Free Ice Cream Social, Free Nail Painting/Hand Massages, JVS Program Displays and Presentations and more! Visit www.lcjvs.com and click on the Appreciation Day icon for a complete list of events.
Got books? We need them! The JVS holds a free book fair at our Community Appreciation Day celebration. If you’ve got books you’d like to donate to be passed on to visitors at the event on October 10th feel free to drop them off in box marked “Book Donations” in the attendance office by October 9th. We’ll also accept puzzles and games!
The JVS National Technical Honor Society students are hosting a $5 pancake breakfast THIS Saturday, October 10th from 8am-10pm. Students and parents are invited to join us prior to the start of the community appreciation day events.
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Avon Local Schools announcements can be found by going to: http://www.avonlocalschools.org/students/announcements-high
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Homecoming week is October 5th –9th! Pay close attention to announcements on Spirit Week attire. Each day AHS has a special theme. The Homecoming Parade is Thursday, October 8th at 6:30pm. Reminder: the Homecoming Dance is not a “date” event. While students may come as couples, all students should be encouraged to attend this dance – dates are not encouraged. Students have a much better time with friends. Promise!
• Students must arrive between 7:00 and 8:00pm or the school will notify the student’s household their student is missing.
• Students will not be permitted to leave the dance before 10:00pm without parent permission. (Chaperones will call a parent for verbal permission.)
• High heels may not be worn in the gym. Students will have access to their lockers to stow their personal belongings, such as phones, shoes, etc. AHS recommends students bring flip flops, socks, or something for their feet.
• Freshmen parents: corsages and boutonnieres are common for dance goers. Even those who do not attend the dance with a date normally receive flowers from their household.
• Boys wear dress pants, a dress shirt, and a tie.
• Girls wear formal wear.
• The administration and chaperones monitor dancing and inappropriate dancing will result in a warning and/or removal from the dance.
Our new Drama Director, Ms. Cvetic has asked that all drama parents and students follow her through Remind. Simply text @dramahs to 81010 to join the Drama Club Remind Account!
Check out our Key Club’s community outreach technology support endeavor. See the attachment for details. If you need tech assistance, our members may be able to assist you!
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Environmental Club is selling Sweetest Day flowers! Stop by their table in the commons during lunch periods and purchase carnations at $1.00 each to be delivered Thursday, October 15th. Carnation sale ends today, Thursday, October 8th.
Miss Tomlin's class is working on a Cleaning Supply Drive for CRS. We NEED Personal Care Items including soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrushes and toothpaste. Also needed are household items and paper products such as cleansers, windex, tissues, toilet paper and paper towels. Please drop off items in boxes provided in high school or send to Room 120. High school pick-ups are October 15 and October 22.
Big Brothers/Big Sisters Lorain County is looking for responsible high school students who would be interested in mentoring some Erieview youngsters most Thursdays from 3:20-4:50P.M. This is a program for those without other after-school commitments. See Mr. Arra in room 195 if you are interested in checking out this opportunity to be a mentor!
‘Q-Time with Miss Natalie on Monday October 12! Check in with your 10 or 11 period study hall monitor, then join Wellness Specialist Miss Natalie from LCADA in room 142 to discuss the hot topics and tough issues facing teens today.
Guidance - College Visits - Scholarships
Please visit our Guidance Webpage for up to date scholarship information. Visit www.avonlakecityschools.org; choose ALHS; hover mouse over students; choose Guidance; select the link on the left hand side titled Financial Aid & Scholarship Information.
Please be sure to mark your calendar and attend COLLEGE UPDATE NIGHT on Wednesday, October 14th from 5:30-6:30pm in the Performing Arts Center (PAC). This informative session put on by the ALHS Guidance Department is a yearly event and is very helpful for students and parents as they navigate the college application process. We strongly recommend this event for both juniors and seniors and their parents. Presentations will be made by the ALHS Guidance Department and Mr. Keith Lofton, Undergraduate Admissions at The Ohio State University. We hope to see you there!
Students (GRADES 9-12) compete by writing and recording an audio essay on an annual patriotic theme. This year's theme is: My Vision for America. Stop in the Guidance Office for an Official Entry Form. NOTE: Seniors who partake in this competition will automatically be eligible for a separate scholarship offered in February through our ALHS Common Scholarship.
UPCOMING COLLEGE VISITS
YOU MUST STOP IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE 24 HOURS PRIOR TO COLLEGE VISIT FOR A PASS
Ohio State University 10/14/2015 11th Period*
University of Cincinnati 10/15/2015 3rd Period
Kent State University 10/15/2015 10th Period
Youngstown State 10/19/2015 3rd Period
Miami University TBD TBD
ACT for Practice is being held at the Educational Service Center of Lorain County on Saturday, November 7, 2015. Registration required. Deadline for registration: Monday, November 2. Stop in the Guidance Office to pick up a registration form or visit our Guidance Department Announcements tab at http://www.avonlakecityschools.org/staff/guidance/announcements
All seniors need their yearbook formal picture taken by Woodard by Friday, October 23rd. This is a free service to all seniors until October 23rd. After this date seniors will have to pay to have their senior picture in the yearbook. Please make an appointment with Woodard at 800-589-6411 if you have not had your senior pictures taken by Woodard. Even if senior pictures were taken elsewhere, all seniors must still be photographed by Woodard to have your picture included in the yearbook. Yearbooks are on sale now. Go to www.jostenyearbooks.com to place your order.
Clubs and Organizations
STUDY IN SPAIN 2016
Are you interested in visiting, living and studying in Spain for two weeks? If so, I have an excellent opportunity to share with you. Spend 2 weeks in Seville, Spain and experience the Spanish culture firsthand while also touring nearby cities and beaches. Please come to an informational meeting on Thursday, October 15th at 6:30 pm in room 231 of ALHS. You can also pick up information from Mrs. Gemelas in room 231 any time. Hope to see you there!
Do you like taking pictures and organizing digital photo books? Do you want to make memories of high school last? Are you good at proofreading? If so, you should help create the Yearbook this year? See Mrs. Rudkin in room 244 to sign up to be on the Yearbook Committee. Look for announcements on future meetings.
ALHS Drama Club Fundraiser Dinner Theatre & Murder Mystery! Join us for a dinner catered by Novotny Catering with live entertainment by our talented students on Saturday, October 24th @ 6:00 pm in the ALHS cafeteria Commons for only $20 per person. Raffles and gift baskets and Murder Mystery in the PAC all Sponsored by the Avon Lake High School Drama Boosters. For more information or to donate items, please contact Sheila Coughlin: 440-371-2008 or Sheila.email@example.com
Attention all any fans of Halloween looking to earn community service hours: The I-X Trick or Treat Street is looking for interested young people ages 16 and up to hand out candy at the event October 17, 18, 24, or 25. See Mr. Arra in room 195 if you are interested.
Attention: Anyone interested in participating on the Swimming and Diving Team this year, there will be an important informational meeting on Wednesday, October 21 in the Commons fishbowl after school at 3:05p.m. Important paperwork will be distributed at this meeting which will be brief. This paperwork must be filled out in order to begin practicing the first day, Friday, November 6.
State Farm is looking for a Telemarketing Team Member. You will be paid $8.50 an hour plus commissions. Late afternoons, early evenings are (flexible). Check out the Job Postings bulletin board outside the Guidance Office for more information.
Eliza Jennings is searching for a part time Utility Aide (Dishwasher) for its retirement campus, The Renaissance, located in Olmsted Township. Check out the “Job Postings” bulletin board outside the Guidance Office for more information.
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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
There will be a SENIOR meeting at the JVS on Thursday, October 8th during 9th period in Tech Center A107.
A Representative from Brookside will be at the JVS during lunch periods on Thursday, October 8th to sell homecoming tickets. The Homecoming Dance is Saturday, October 10th at 8-10pm.
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Words of Wisdom: “The real secret to happiness is not what you give or what you receive; it’s what you share.”
Cazenova Alicea, Elijah Bernhardt, Lyndsey Loar, Savion McCall and Javon Todd
Selections and dates for book club this year are posted on the Library door. If you need help getting a copy for any of the books please see Miss Cokain.
Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, October 14th.
Auditions for DRACULA will be TODAY from 3:00 – 5:00 pm in the auditorium. All are welcome to audition.
PICTURE RE TAKES
Picture re take day will be Wednesday, October 14th in the auditorium. Forms are available in the main office.
SOFTBALL SIGN UPS
All girls who are interested in trying out for Clearview Softball next spring there will be a sign up & Open gym on Monday, October 12th at 4:30pm at the softball field or in the Durling gym if there is bad weather. It's important to attend. If you cannot make it please text Coach Myers that you are interested -- 440-670-7275. Please BRING YOUR gloves!!!
FRIDAY, October 9th
9:00 am Stand Strong Assembly (grades 11 & 12) Auditorium
1:00 pm Stand Strong Assembly (grades 9 & 10) Auditorium
7:00 pm Varsity Football AWAY @ Columbia
SATURDAY, October 10th
9:00 am Freshmen Volleyball AWAY @ Fairview
(TRI Meet with Firelands)
JV Volleyball AWAY @ Elyria
10:00 am Cross Country Away @ LCCC (Jack Wilhelm Invitational)
JV Football HOME vs. Columbia
Friday Spicy chicken strips, sweet potato fries, roll, vegetables, fruit and milk
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Congratulations to the newly inducted members of the Columbia chapter of the National Honor Society: Brianna Berkley, Denise Biljes, Bailey Dillon, Trevor Fess, Billy Saki, Shelby Stevens, JB Surman, Justin Tacchite, Rachel Tacchite, Miya Timura, Alyssa Wood, Curt Welker and Logan Zeinert. Great job by current members and Mr. Maykut for the induction ceremony and reception on Wednesday evening.
Key club is honoring those who battle with breast cancer by having a door decorating contest again this year. Homeroom students and teachers are challenged to create the most creative door to bring awareness to breast cancer. The doors must be completed by the end of the day on October 15. Judging will take place on Monday, Oct. 19 and the winning homeroom will receive donuts! Get thinking, grab some materials and design the most innovative door you can think of and honor and support those who are dealing with breast cancer.
At the football game this Friday we are having a Columbia canned food drive. Please bring your nonperishable food items to the football game on Friday evening and help fill the shelves of the Columbia Food Bank.
Leaders Club is sponsoring their first blood drive of the year on Thursday, Oct. 15. Signups will be on Tuesday, Oct. 13 and Wednesday, Oct. 14 during all lunch periods. If you are 16 and would like to donate you need to have a yellow permission slip signed by your parent/guardian prior to giving blood. These are available in the main office. Please sign up to donate during your study hall. You must have teacher permission to donate blood during an instructional class. Next, Thursday morning the blood mobiles will be outside the west entrance, if you normally park there, please park on the other side of the chain fence.
Attention all juniors: Columbia High School will be administering the PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test on Wednesday, October 14, 2015, during the school day. The ONLY way to be considered for a National Merit Scholarship is by taking this test. Space is limited to the first 30 students who sign up in the guidance office. Cost of the test is $15. Cash or checks made out to CHS are accepted. Please submit payment to Mrs. Hechko.
Any senior girls interested in competing for the Daughters of the American Revolution Scholarship Contest, please sign up in the Guidance Office by Monday, October 19, 2015. All CHS girls interested in this competition will write an essay on a given prompt. One girl's essay will be chosen to compete against other contestants from the county. See Miss Neff for more info.
College Visits: the following colleges and universities will be visiting CHS. Please sign up in the guidance office if you are interested in attending these sessions.
Attention all girls who signed up for indoor softball: Registration forms are available in the main office. They are due today; you can also bring them to your first practice this evening at 5:00 pm at Columbia Park. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Sedlock.
All winter athletes must have a current physical on file for the first mandatory day of practice: Girls Basketball Oct. 23, Boys Basketball Oct. 30 and Wrestling Nov. 9. The 2015-2016 OHSAA preparticipation physical form
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General Information: Any students interested in trying out for the Academic Challenge team, please sign up in the Guidance Office. If you have any questions, please see Miss Neff, Austin Ruggles or Alyssa Wood.
Don’t forget the Healthy High School Challenge is going on all October and you can help our Student Council win the $5,000 top prize by purchasing combo meals in the cafeteria, healthy snacks or beverages on the challenge list. We can earn DOUBLE POINTS for purchasing the “featured” healthy snack or beverage of the week. To see how our school is matching up against high schools across the county, check out the Healthy High school challenge on Facebook.
Attention Key Club members: The Key club dues of $10 are overdue. Turn your money in to Ms. Rothgery or Ms. Atkinson asap.
Attention students interested in Science: CHS is starting a science club. The club will participate in science competitions and focus on environmental issues concerning the Columbia community. If you are interested and missed the meeting see one of our science teachers.
All school fees were due on Thursday, October 1. Extracurricular transportation will be denied for students with unpaid fees beginning October 2. If your family needs a payment plan, please contact Mrs. Kobe in the main office. Transcripts and report cards will also be held for any outstanding debt. You may pay your school fees through the payforit system online through the school’s website. You may also pay in the main office with cash, check or credit card in the main office at CHS.
The Lorain County ESC is offering on Saturday, November 7, 2015, from 8:30am - noon. Cost is $30. See Miss Neff for more info. Deadline to register is Monday, November 2, 2015.
The Parent Portal in PowerSchool is now open. You may download the Mobile App. You will be prompted for a district mobile registration code which is ZZGS. The link for the App can be downloaded from the Parent Portal or found on the App store. If you have trouble accessing your account please call the school at 440-236-5003 for assistance.
Miscellaneous: Attention students: The Strongsville Rec Center is in need of lifeguards from 1p-10p M-F, 8a-8p Sat and 9a-5p Sun. We would like Red Cross certification or will train anyone who is a strong swimmer. The starting pay is $8.50/hr. Applicants are drug tested and must pass the lifeguarding skills test prior to hire. For more information see the flyer outside the main office.
If swimming is not your strong point, and you are looking for a part time job, Strongsville Panera is hiring at both locations. See the flyer outside the main office for details.
Are you at least 15 and looking for a part-time job this fall. Check out Rockin'R Ranch. See the posting outside the main office for details.
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Did you know our awesome student section is one of 35 football student section finalists announced in the cleveland.com contest to decide Northeast Ohio’s best? Vote now through Oct 12 to let everyone know we are the best.
The Homecoming Dance will be held on Saturday Oct. 17th from 6:30 to 10:30pm, and tickets are now on sale through Oct. 13th. The cost is 1 ticket for $15 or 2 for $25. Tickets are on sale in the Spirit Shop before school starting at 7:15am, during lunch periods, and after school until 3pm. Remember guest forms must be completed prior to purchasing guest tickets.
Homecoming Flower Sale:
The Homecoming Game is coming up, so to show your school spirit the Sophomore Class will be selling Large White Mums with the red E and white carnations with a red ribbon and red carnations with a white ribbon to be delivered in homerooms on Thursday, October 15th. Your homeroom teacher will have order forms or you can see Ms. McLaughlin in Room 109.
Our last college visit for this week is Friday when Valporaiso University will come. Next week, Grace College is coming on Monday and the University of Cincinnati is coming on Tuesday. Remember to sign up in your team office to receive a pass.
There is a Gender Equality Meeting in room 207W after school on Tuesday October 13.
Attention Students Spreading Awareness for Animals members:
Join Mrs. Lastafka to discuss a wild lively fundraiser. We will meet on Wed., Oct. 14th from 7:15 - 7:45 a.m. in room 105. Anybody who missed the first meeting can still join. Stop by and help us be their voice!
Do you plan on going to college? Do you like saving money? Do you have 7th period free next semester? Well you're in luck! EHS is offering a new course that counts for college credit! Strategies for Creating College Success is offered at EHS during 7th period next semester. You'll learn how to stay on track for college and get a college requirement out of the way for free! See your counselor or Ms. Belcher in room 302W for more details. You must sign up by October 15th!
There will be a meeting for The Herald newspaper club after school in Rm. 137 on Tuesday, Oct. 13. We will be discussing fund raising options for the trip to either Chicago or New York City. If you haven't joined The Herald yet, stop by on Tuesday after school in Rm. 137.
Breast Cancer Awareness:
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Once again, the cheerleaders will be holding a PINK OUT football game (Oct.30th). Pink Out t-shirts will be sold at ALL home football games including the freshman and JV games as well as in the mornings, shirts are $15. They are LONG SLEEVED grey with pink writing- design and production compliments of Freddie Miller at Elyria America! We have a limited number of child sizes, adult sizes from S- 4x. Any questions, please contact Miss Morgan.
Attention all Freshmen class officers, representatives, and those who wish to be representatives. There is a meeting after school in room 116 today to discuss homecoming activities.
The EHS softball team will have a Chipotle fundraiser this Sat, Oct 10th, between 4-8 pm. Please come out and support the girls.
We will be meeting today in room 203 from 2:45 to 3:30. All members who are interested in running for officer positions, please attend! See you there!
Do you like to write poetry then sign up to be the Senior Class Poet. See Mrs. Baytos for the guidelines in room 224 1st – 6th period and in the Senior Class Office in the Team 2/4 office 7th – 8th period. Last day to sign up is Friday, October 23rd.
The preliminary SAT or PSAT will be administered at Elyria High School on Wednesday, October 14th. Sign up is available to Juniors and Sophomores on a first come first serve bases. This test gives juniors a chance to compete for the National Merit Scholarship. Cost is $15.00. Please see the Team 2 counselor. Registration Begins Sept 24th and ends Oct. 3, only 100 spots available.
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It is that time of year again, SINGING TELEGRAMS. Singing Telegrams will be on sale during school lunches all week. Each telegram is worth $2.00. Purchase one today for your loved one or friend! Reminder-Sweetest Day is October 17th. Tri-M Meeting during fast this Friday. Please come with service and fundraiser ideas! See you all at 7:30 sharp!
The following colleges will have representatives here on Tuesday, October 13th, for anyone interested in attending:
Scott Travis from Kettering University at 8:00 a.m.
Daryl Perkins from BGSU at 9:00 a.m.
Paul Mahon from Walsh University at 9:50 a.m.
Alex Bonilla from Defiance at 10:40 a.m.
Visits will be held in Room 105 and will last approximately 30 minutes. If you would like to attend, please sign up in the Guidance Office.
Parents for a Safe After Prom will meet Monday, October 12th in the Cafeteria at 6:30 pm
Attention all students: Friday is the last day to register for the Harvest for America cornhole tournament that takes place next Wednesday, October 14th. To ensure that the school continues to sponsor the community service afternoon in the coming years, please consider taking part in kickball, cornhole, or the chalk walk! You only need to bring 4 canned goods to register individually or 8 canned goods to register your 2 person cornhole team. There will be a winners & losers bracket this year & shirts for those that make it to the last 3 rounds of play. Check out the brackets & prizes in the showcase outside the ag room. See Mrs. Finnegan, Liz Lewis, Megan Brandish, or Dylan Minek with any questions. Sign up in the ag room, room 208.
High School Bowling tryout times are from 4:00-5:30pm on Monday 11/2 and Tuesday 11/3 at Lake Erie Lanes Vermilion. Attendance at BOTH is mandatory. If you are planning on trying out, please sign the bowling tryout sheet in the office. A physical is needed in order to tryout and the appropriate paperwork completed. Any questions please email Coach Davis – firstname.lastname@example.org
Any girl interested in playing basketball this season should sign up in Coach Kudela’s Health room
All wrestling order forms for the singlets and team gear is due Friday, October 16th.
Please make all checks out to “Team Firelands”, and turn in to Coach Malave.
The baseball team will start conducting off season throwing and strength conditioning next week! Please contact Coach Ransom, Coach Lowe, or Coach Urban for more details! Days and times will be announced by the end of the week!
The Firelands Athletic Booster Club will be holding its fall fundraiser (Browns – vs – Broncos) on October 18th, 2015. Tickets are $25.00 each with $5.00 going towards your 50/50. The event will be held at Amherst Eagles. Doors at noon and the game will start at 1:00 pm. We will have large screen TV’s for viewing. All the food and beverage you can eat or drink. Please come out and support your Booster Club as all proceeds go right back to the kids and their programs. Tickets are available with any coach or Booster Board member, and will also be available at the door.
The men's soccer team won 4 to 2 against Wellington in a great match! Patrick Brightbill had two goals, Casey Krueger and Michael Douzos each had a goal. Patrick, John Gall and John Bechtler each had an assist. Corey Jones was a beast in goal and made 4 huge saves! Also, Playing great defense all night were Randy Lamar, Aaron Alston, Benjamin Laughrey, and Alex Brill. Tremendous midfield play was turned in by Ethan Hayes, Max Hertensteiner, Samuel Dempsey, and Adam Bechtler. Much needed teamwork was given by Brennden Frankish, Nick McCrary, Zach Talbot, Zach McCrary, Chace Riley, Henry Grame, Anthony Salib, Lane Koba-Nelson, and Samuel Dennis. Keep working hard and smart fellas. Let's finish the season strong! The men's team would like to give a shout out to the Lady Falcons soccer team on a great game last night! Go Falcons!"
For the girls' soccer team, the game started off with Macey Butchko doing an awesome job of singing the National Anthem. Then the defense, consisting of Steph Wells, Karli Bukovac, Isabel Soloweij and Emily Holcomb, kept them in the game by only allowing two shots on goal. Mikayla Mains ended up tying the game with twenty-one seconds left. The team is now 7-3-3. They're off this weekend and then end the season with three home games next week. Good luck ladies!
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Youngstown State University President Jim Tressel will be at Midview High School in Grafton on Oct. 14 from 7-8 pm for "An Evening Discussion with YSU President Jim Tressel." Tressel will be discussing "Opportunity, Engagement, and Success in College and Beyond." Parents and students are invited to attend. Check in will begin at 6:30 PM. Reservations can be made on line by going to the Office of Admissions website at: http://cms.ysu.edu/administrative-offices/admissions/home or by calling the Office of Admissions at 877-468-6978.
There will be a sophomore class officer meeting on Monday after school in room 123. ALL officers need to attend.
The yearbook wants your pictures! Please upload pictures from homecoming week and the dance using the RePlay It app ASAP.
The yearbook will be meeting on Tuesday 10/13 at 2:15 to select this year's theme, register for Yearbook Avenue, and name senior editors. Please plan to attend. It is not too late to join even if you missed the first meeting.
National Honor Society members are selling jack-o-lanterns for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The class with the most jack-o-lanterns will win spirit points. See a NHS member to help support your class and CFF!
Juniors: If you brought in decorations for the junior hall, please pick them up from Ms. Stratton by Friday. Anything left on Friday afternoon will be discarded. Thanks!
National Honor Society members - We will be having our October meeting on Tuesday, 10/13 at 2:20. Also, be sure to stop by and see Senorita to pick up your pumpkins.
Juniors & Seniors: The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy is sponsoring a Pharmacy Day. The program is happening on November 14th from 9:30-2 p.m. Pharmacy Day is a program which would bring you to campus to learn about pharmacy and the pharmaceutical sciences, and what life would be like as an Ohio State student. See Mrs. Branzel for more information and how to register.
Wildcats: Are you interested in drawing closer to Christ or witnessing around your school & community? If so, BELLS is the thing for you! Our first meeting is Friday after school in Mrs. Jones’ room 221. Everyone is welcome to attend – you do not have to be a Christian. If you have any questions – please contact Emily Skala or Brianna Ramirez.
The Educational Service Center of Lorain County is sponsoring a PRACTICE ACT on Saturday, Nov. 7. This is an opportunity to take an actual ACT test without it being on your record. After the test, you will get a complete analysis that pinpoints your areas of weakness so you can focus improvement efforts. The cost is $30. Deadline to register is Monday, Nov. 2. Please see Mrs. Branzel for registration forms and further information.
Are you a senior who is still looking for a post-graduation path? With the right grades, a positive attitude, and good field work, you could graduate from Kent State University at Trumbull with a two-year Associate of Technical Studies degree and be on your way to a career as a line worker in the electric utility industry. Tuition, required books and lab fees are all paid for by FirstEnergy for qualified students. There are two orientation sessions coming up in October and November. See Mrs. Branzel or Ms. Redd for details!
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There will be an Environmental Club meeting for all interested students after school in Mrs. Coleman’s room (102A) next Thursday October 15th.
The PSAT will be administered at MHS on October 14th. All 10th and 11th graders thinking about attending college should register to take this test. It’s a great way to practice for the SAT, enter into scholarship programs, and receive college information. The cost is $15.00, and checks should be made payable to Midview High School. There are also a limited number of fee waivers available to 11th graders taking the test, so check in guidance if you’re a junior interested in taking this test. You will receive a practice booklet when you register. Space is limited, so sign-up in the Student Services office today!
College reps: Representatives from Ursuline will be here Friday, at 9:00. If you are interested in speaking with this college reps, please come to the guidance office to sign up and get a pass.
Youngstown State University President, Jim Tressel will be returning to Midview High School next Wednesday, Oct. 14th from 7:00-8:00 p.m. for “An Evening Discussion with YSU President Jim Tressel.” Check-in begins at 6:30. All Lorain County area high school students and parents are invited to this presentation to join in a discussion about opportunity, engagement, and success in college and beyond. Topics of the discussion will include: eliminating college debt, the value of the student experience, relevant learning opportunities, career decision-making, and achieving goals. All 11th and 12th graders will be receiving a letter today talking about this event. If you’d like to attend, be sure to register soon.
Soccer: The Midview Girls won 3-0 against Avon Lake. Goalie Alyssa Adkins had 7 saves. The scorers for Midview were Carlin with 2 goals and Lopez with one. Great win last night, girls!
Tennis: Girls and Boys Tennis will be holding open courts for students in grades 7-12 on Wednesdays in October from 3-4:30 p.m. No experience is necessary, and rackets will be provided for those that need one.
Happy birthday to Andrea Decaire, Alexis Harsh, and Logan Reisinger.
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Students if you are not following us on twitter you need to be checking out our guidance webpage at least twice a week. New scholarships were posted this week. Colleges visiting NRHS were posted this week. Juniors: Registration for the PSAT will soon be over and directions on how to sign up are on the website. College Awareness week activities for all students in every grade are also posted on there. You are responsible for the information posted on the website. Twitter is an easy way to get notified every time something new is posted.
The color guard is selling jamberries during lunch periods to raise money for new flags. For only $15, you can get a sheet of the nail design you like from a variety of designs offered, just in time for spirit week. This sale will through the 9th, so don’t delay.
On Friday, October 9th, Ashland University will be here at 9:00 am, Wright State at 9:30am, and Ursuline College at 1:00pm. Please go the Guidance Office for a College Visit form.
Homecoming spirit week is next week. The themes of the week are:
Monday- Character Day (such as Ninja Turtles, Cinderella, Transformers)
Tuesday- Twin Day
Wednesday- Wild Western Day
Thursday- Ranger Pride Day
Attention juniors, sophomores, and freshman playing for the junior powder puff team. Practice will be held at the middle school from 6:00 to 7:00pm on Sunday before the bonfire.
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Juniors and Seniors: The Ninde Office will be hosting a workshop and field trip to the LCCC College Fair on October 8th. Come have dinner with us and talk about getting the most out of college fairs and then take the bus to LCCC to meet with over 100 college reps! Pick up a permission slip from Ms. Reynolds.
Attention World Language Club Members!
Please don’t forget our planning meeting on Wednesday, October 7th, in room 205! We will be working on our event later in October. We are looking forward to seeing you at the meeting!
HEY HEY HEY! Sophomores this is a friendly reminder that you need to get your journal entries 1 and 2 turned in by Wednesday. Mrs. Lahetta will see you in class this week for your new assignment.
Attention ALL students and staff
On Thursday, Oct. 8 at 3:20 Ms. Krista Long will provide training for anyone interested in working with the homeless population. Family Promise and the Interfaith Hospitality Network provides food and shelter to HOMELESS FAMILIES twenty weeks out of the year. They are in need of volunteers to visit with families to talk, play games, and help children with homework. In order to do this you must receive training. Please consider coming this Thursday to see how you can be a blessing to homeless families.
Meet in Room 304 at 3:20 on Thursday. If you are interested and cannot make it please let Mrs. Shurr know and she will let you know when the next off-site training will take place. THIS IS A GREAT CAS OPPORTUNITY
“That’s so gay” We still hear it used in the hallways as a put down, when people are not talking about the LGBTQ rights. But we ARE talking about the rights and dignity of people of all genders and all sexual orientations. And, if you want to join our discussion, come to this week’s QAAC meeting on Wednesday after school in Ms. Lahetta’s room. When we say “that’s so gay,” we mean it in a good way.
The Backspace is a free, fun after-school hangout for middle and high school students. Drop in for help with SAT or OGT prep, work with our tutors on your homework, or just come to hang out! We have exciting weekly programs, as well as an Xbox, Wii, and professional music recording equipment. The Backspace is open from 3 to 6pm Monday through Friday, and is located at The Bridge, Oberlin’s Community Technology Center, at 82 South Main Street. For more information, check us out online and on facebook, or find our posters around school.
Are you a performer? Any students interested in showcasing their talents are invited to the general interest meeting to help organize open mic events at OHS. The meeting will be this Friday, October 9th, after school in room 201 (Mrs. Lahetta’s room).
There will be meeting for ALL CAST MEMBERS for “An Unspeakable Triumph of Supreme Brilliance” Wednesday after school in the cafeteria. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE plan on being there, we’ll keep it short.
Attention Senior NHS Members!
There will be a meeting Wednesday October 14 after school in Mr. Jarven’s room right after school. Make arrangements to be there as we set our agenda and begin our projects.
Juniors and Seniors:
The next college tour is here! The Ninde Office will be visiting Case Western Reserve University on Thursday, October 29th. Sign up on Naviance if you would like to attend. See Ms. Reynolds with any questions.
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* Homecoming Dance - Saturday, October 10th from 7-10pm.
Grades 9-12 - Wellington High School.
- Out-of-School guest forms must be filled out and turned in TODAY, October 7.
- All out of school guests must have a picture ID and be no older than 19.
- Dance tickets are $10 each and sold at the door.
• Spirit Week October 5-9
- Thursday: Class Color/Mardi Gras Day – Friday: DUKE DAY – Show your school spirit!
- Games sign-up in Room 100 – Mrs. McCarty
* PINK OUT at Friday, October 30th football game to support all fighters and survivors or breast cancer.
* Track sign up in the main office for anyone interested in running this spring.
* Bowling sign up in the main office for anyone interested in being on the Bowling team.
* SENIORS: Suggestions for class motto, color, and flower should be left in the star shaped suggestion box in the high school main office.
* 5K/10K/1Mile Walk – Saturday, October 10 in downtown Wellington. Special prizes: Best Male Costume and Best Female Costume and Best Group Themed Costumes. Proceeds go to the Dukes Running Club and Main Street Wellington.
• PSAT test is Wed., October 14 at 8am. Sophomores and juniors interested should sign up by October 7 in guidance. Cost is $15. Payment must be submitted to sign up. See Mr. Gallion for information.
• LCCC College Fair is Thur., October 8 at LCCC from 6-7:30 pm. See Mr. Gallion or Mrs. Anderle for more information.
• Juniors & Seniors: College visits have been scheduled with Ashland, Mount Union, LCCC, and BGSU. If you are interested in any of these schools, sign up in the guidance office for a pass. All visits will be during DEN.
* Yearbooks are available before or after school ONLY in room 104 - Mrs. Lara's room.
* Community Service opportunities are available through the Athletic Dept. - see Mr. Ziegler.
* Community Service opportunity: Volunteers are needed to help lift boxes of books at Herrick Memorial Library after school TODAY for about two hours. Contact Linda Hatton at 213-1347 if available.
* Wrestling meeting after school Friday in the cafeteria for anyone interested in participating in wrestling.
* Civil War Club will meet Friday. The topic is “The Cause of the Civil War.” Please research this topic and bring in your information.
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