April 28, 2015 - Daily Announcements
Senior Recognition Response Cards: Students - please drop your response cards IN THE BOX in the Financial Clerk's office.
Students-Remember your time at the JVS with a video keepsake. Two videos are available for purchase to help you remember your year at the JVS and the Senior Recognition Ceremony. Video #1 is a “Year In-Review” Highlight video of labs, classes and activities at the JVS. Video #2 is a recording of the Senior Recognition Ceremony on May 22nd. Order online at http://about.iamcareertech.com/graduation-videos/.
(For your convenience, this link is posted on the JVS website under the “Quicklinks” tab.)
Lorain County High School graduates (who graduate from a Lorain County High School or live in Lorain County) from the Class of 2015 qualify for the New Grad Award. Take three credit hours this summer at regular price and you will be eligible to take up to three more at $1 each, plus applicable fees, books and supplies. This is a great way to get your college career started! For more information, visit www.lorainccc.edu/newgrad. This award is only available for the summer semester. This is a great start even you choose to attend another college and want to transfer these credits.
LCCC COMPASS TEST:
Students who would like to take the Compass exam, the LCCC Wellington Center is open 7:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. on Mondays thru Thursdays and Fridays from 7:30 a.m. – noon. We suggest students to allocate 2 – 2 ˝ hours to take the exam.
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Amherst Color Run
Steele PTO is hosting a fundraising Color Run on Saturday, May 2nd. The Color Run will begin at Marion L. Steele Highs School and participants will complete in a 5K walking or running course. Throughout the course there will be color splash zones where participants will be showered with color...be prepared to get wet! For more information or if you would like to participate, please download the Color Run registration and permission form. Return completed registration form and race fees to Steele. attention Steele PTO. Volunteers are also needed to man water and color stations and to assist with registration. Contact Norma Jackson at 440-289-8152 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like to help.
STEELE SENIORS UPCOMING ACTIVITIES:
May 5 & 6 Jostens deliver graduation announcement orders during lunch.
May 11 Senior Awards Banquet. Seniors will be notified by a counselor if receiving an award.
May 29 7:30 a.m. Senior Breakfast in Cafetorium.
8:30 a.m. Graduation practice and cap and gown distribution.
All fees and fines must be paid on that date.
May 30 Graduation at 3:00 p.m. Wolstein Center. Seniors must arrive at 2:00 p.m.
Amherst announcement shows are posted daily by 11am on both our YouTube channel and on our Facebook page. We can also be followed on Twitter@SteeleNewsLive. They can also be viewed at 10am, 3pm, 6pm, and 11pm on Warner 97 in Amherst.
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.
Avon Local Schools announcements can be found by going to: http://www.avonlocalschools.org/students/announcements-high
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The Avon April Raffle is here and there are prizes for everyone! A 3 month EMH membership, cash, gift cards, tickets, art work and more will be raffled off, one winner will be drawn daily, so one entry equals 30 chances to win!
Tickets are $20 each with proceeds for after prom at Dave and Busters on May 9th 2015. Entries can be dropped off in an envelope at the AHS Athletic Department or mailed to:
2025 E Reserve Circle
Avon OH 44011
Please check out the attachment for a full list of prizes. Anyone can enter so please forward this email to friends and family who may be interested. Printed copies will also be included in this weeks report card mailing from the high school and in the athletic office. need extra copies for coworkers or neighbors? send a reply email and we will drop some off! Winners and more info will be available on twitter @RaffleAvon1.
Nearly all spring athletes are in full, indoor, pre-season conditioning and practices while they eagerly wait for a thaw. Cheerleading tryouts roll out at the end of the month as well.
The orchestra program continues to win unprecedented OMEA scores of Superiors or Ones. We celebrate the orchestra students and their accomplishments. This month, the band and choir programs both head to OMEA adjudicated events, and we will be certain to cheer them on as well.
Respecting the Nest is still our mantra as we work with students on navigating peer relationships. Parents, the best supervision you can provide your student is to monitor his or her actions and status on social media. Currently, this is the number one troublesome pitfall for our teens face.
Heads-up! E-cigarettes are prohibited from campus even for those students who are of age to purchase them and their products. Of bigger concern is that e-cigarettes can be used to vaporize CBD, or cannabis oil. These vapor pens are used to hide pungent marijuana odors, and thus people do not realize illegal drugs are being used as someone is “vaping.” If you have any further questions regarding this new trend among teens, please reach out to a member of the administrative team or a guidance counselor.
At the end of the month, our seniors are headed to the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C. They will be off campus from March 25-28th. This senior trip is an annual tradition that we are proud to host. Thank you in advance to our chaperones who accompany our seniors on this journey.
Best wishes to our Thespians who will be headed to their state thespian conference and competition at the end of March. AHS is able to boast that our Eagles are also award winning and that conference directors look forward to our participation and attendance.
Looking forward to spring,
Mrs. Kristina Dobos Buller, Principal
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Congratulations to this quarter’s Renaissance students. Please bring your invitation to the Commons today, Friday, April 24 during your lunch period to have a delicious ice cream sundae.
Avon Lake High School Prom 2015 “A Night in Manhattan”
Who: Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors
When: Saturday, May 23, 2015
Where: Cleveland Browns First Energy Stadium
Guidelines: Tickets will be on sale from May 4th-15th, 2015 during lunch periods.
Tickets are $75.00 per person and this contract must be signed in order to purchase a ticket.
Please make checks out to ALHS Class of 2016. Contact Mrs. Sargent with further questions.
The ALHS Drama Club is proud to present the musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” tonight, through Sunday, April 26th in the PAC. Evening shows are at 7:00 PM and the Sunday matinee is at 2:00 PM. Pre-sale tickets are now available to purchase during lunch periods for ONLY $8.00. Tickets at the door are $10.00. Four FREE show tickets will be awarded to the first individual who photographs all 11 cast posters on display throughout the high school and sends them to Ms. Frank at email@example.com. Over 120 students are members of the cast and crew of this high energy show guaranteed to entertain audience members with every genre of music from rock-n-roll to calypso. You will not want to miss the chorus, the set, the costumes and tech created for this fabulous show!
Friendship Animal Protective League Drive is collecting supplies for Dogs and Cats. Pick-ups will be on May 1 & 8.
A one week summer resident camp for high school students is being held at FFA Camp Muskingum, Carroll County from June 7th through the 12th. Campers have the opportunity to learn first-hand about Ohio’s forests and natural resources. During free time each day campers have the opportunity to engage in various group and individual activities including volleyball, swimming, softball, boating and fishing. Space is limited! Sign up now at www.ohioforest.org.
The following students need to stop in the MAIN office to pick up their Academic Excellence Awards:
Nathan Ahren, Alexis Abro, Gregory Arebaugh, Jordan Bachmann, Victoria Butterworth, Kyle Ciarrone, Charles Connolly, Jesse Crum, Evan Davis, Brandon Doyle, Benjamin Dunstan, Matthew Duskey, Kimia Ghaffari, Mary Ghaffari, Connor Gorman, Luke Harris, Joshua Hass, Maya Hermelin, Caitlyn, Hlaves, Emily M. Jones, Michael Kane, Jeffrey Klopp, Kayla Kress, Emma Leopold, Ian Mack, Madalyn Marinkov, Alec Mathewson, Rachel Oglesby, Greyson Palmieri, Rhett Paukst, Collin Penn, Thomas Petrella, William Popiel, Nathan Radanich, Devan Rybarczyk, Rubeen Salem, Casey Sedar, Julianna Schrift, Tyler Shema, Alayna Solomon, Sasha Solomon, Danielle Stovicek, Dominic Thoma, Jacob Tonkinson, Kameron Tracy,
Lauren White, Nicole Ziemba
Guidance - College Visits – Scholarships
Attention all NEW College Credit Plus Students: A brief orientation for new CC+ Students will be May 19th from 3:30pm to 4:00pm in the PAC. Please stop in the Guidance Office if you have any questions!
Seniors: Be sure to check out scholarship opportunities on our Guidance webpage link under Financial Aid and Scholarship Information.
Attention Sophomores! If you are interested in serving on the CRS Board please stop into guidance for more information. CRS is looking for a student who will be a junior next fall and is interested in making a difference in their community. This is a great opportunity, don’t pass it up!
We are in need high school students that are interested in community service hours. Stop in the Guidance Office to pick up a “Safety Town Teen Aide Volunteer Application.” Safety Town is a safety education program offered to Avon Lake residents entering kindergarten. This program is run during the month of June at Westview Elementary School. The “teen aides” are each assigned 4-5 students that they will help with throughout the week they are assigned. Each one week session is staffed by one certified teacher, one adult teacher’s aide, and 4-6 teen aides. Deadline: Friday, May 8th.
ALHS Athletic Booster Club scholarship application is now available both in the Guidance Office and on the Athletic Booster’s website. Please review application guidelines and important application information for complete details. All completed applications are due back to the Guidance Office no later than Friday, May 29, 2015 by 3:30 p.m.
Students, be sure to check out the Help Wanted Board outside the Guidance Office for job opportunities.
Seniors – You are probably asking yourself, “Where can I find all the information I need for the end of my senior year and graduation?” Well… your very own copy of the Senior Newsletter has this information and has been mailed to your house! Check your mailbox daily, and when you receive it, open it up and read it from cover to cover. DON’T throw your newsletter away until after you have your diploma in your hand. If you can’t wait to get a hardcopy in the mail you can view it on the Avon Lake High School Website http://www.avonlakecityschools.org right now! This newsletter is chocked full of information including but not limited to Prom, Commencement information and tickets, event times and dates, alumni information, final exams and much, much more. Don’t be left out – read your newsletter today.
Seniors, save the date!!! Monday, April 27TH at 5:30 pm is the senior superlative/senior video dinner.
All seniors that have not brought in a baby picture for yearbook purposes, please turn in one to Mr. Burgess in room 113 or email the photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention Seniors: You need to log in your community service hours to Mr. Arra as soon as possible if you want to be recognized at graduation! Your class has only logged in 12,900 hours; that’s over 9,000 below where you need to be to push the old record. Check the community service board by the Media Center in the main hall to check your hours and make sure you’re ready to go for graduation!
Clubs and Organizations
Was your Spring Break less than sensational? Are you hoping that next Spring Break will be better than this one? Hope no more…we have you covered…Spring Break 2016…off to Europe we go! Starting in London, St Paul’s Cathedral for Easter and Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre in Paris, and the Royal Palace and Prado Museum in Madrid, just to name a few of our stops. Come to the informational meeting to find out more: Tuesday, April 28th at 6:30 p.m.in Room 166 at Avon Lake High School. Questions? See Mrs. Storer (room 166) or Mrs. Gemelas (room 231). THIS IS YOUR CHANCE to take the Spring Break Trip you’ve been dreaming about!
Need community service hours? A Westview 1st grader needs a tutor once a week to prepare for an upcoming spelling bee. If interested, see Mr. Skierski for more details.
Attention students interesting in volunteering at a local hospital: Both Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals are seeking summer volunteers. See the community service board outside the media center or Mr. Arra if you are interested in applying.
Avon Lake High School Dance Team Tryouts
Tryouts for the 2015-2016 Dance Team will be held at the Avon Lake High School Competition Gym.
*Thursday, April 30th, 2015 from 6pm-9pm (Clinic)
*Friday, May 1st, 2015 from 3:30-5:30pm (Clinic)
*Monday, May 4th, 2015 from 4:00pm-6:30pm (Review/Tryout)
The dance team consists of students grades 9-12. They perform at Varsity and JV basketball games. They also enter two competitions and host an annual dance showcase every year.
Please contact coaches for any questions, conflicts or concerns: Tru Pace - 216-235-5393 email@example.com or Tyra Taylor 440-320-3323 firstname.lastname@example.org
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A representative from Brookside will be here on Tuesday, April 28 to sell prom tickets during lunch periods.
In addition, students will also be here to take pictures and video for our yearbook.
Brookside Prom will be May 2 at 6pm at Wagner's of Westlake. Tickets are $55 and are on sale April 20-30. Mrs. Rion will be at the JVS on April 28 to sell tickets to JVS students.
Yearbook sale! Brookside yearbooks are on sale for $60 until April 30. After that date, the price will go up. Visit www.jostensyearbooks.com to order.
Sheffield/Sheffield Lake Schools/Brookside High School announcements can be found by going to: http://www.sheffieldschools.org/brooksidehighschool_home.aspx
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LIBRARY CLOSED AFTER SCHOOL
The Library will be closed after school for the rest of the year.
Book discussion of Who R U Really? is Thursday, April 30. This is the last book of the year.
YOUTH 4 YOUTH
• Youth 4 Youth will be having a bake sale after school on Wednesday & Thursday. There will be a variety of sweets to choose from so stop by the lobby after school to pick up a few yummy treats!
PROM – MAY 9TH
• Prom tickets are now on sale! They are $60 and include dinner, dancing and the after prom. You can purchase your tickets in the guidance office. Deadline for tickets is May 1.
• If you'd like to bring a guest to prom that does NOT attend Clearview High School, please complete a guest form. Forms are located in the main office. All forms MUST be turned in no later than Wednesday, May 6th.
COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS
Attention all NEW College Credit Plus students: There will be a mandatory orientation for LCCC on Thursday, May 7 at 2:45 in the Library. All students who are new to college and taking the college classes at the high school next year MUST attend. See Mrs. Branzel for more information.
LIFESHARE BLOOD DRIVE
The LifeShare Blood Drive will be Wednesday, April 29th. Sign-ups will be during lunch periods on Monday, April 27th and Tuesday, April 28th. Please remember to only sign up during your free periods or you must have permission from your teacher.
• Attention College Bound Seniors: There will be a college visit to Baldwin-Wallace and Cleveland State Universities on Wednesday May 13. This will be an all day trip. The cost is $10 which will cover your lunch. Please sign up in the guidance office by May 11. We are limited to 25 students.
• Remember to submit your Senior Picture to: Yearbook@clearviewschools.org. The deadline is May 1st.
• All your library books are due Friday, May 1. Turn them in as soon as possible to avoid being added to the debt list.
• Check your school e-mail for an important senior information form for the Yearbook. Please complete and submit it as soon as possible
TUESDAY, April 28, 2015
7:30 Senior Meeting ~ Auditorium
Lunch LifeShare Blood Drive Sign Ups
5:00 Boys Varsity Baseball AWAY @ Columbia
Boys JV Baseball HOME vs. Columbia
Girls Varsity Softball AWAY @ Columbia
Girls JV Softball HOME vs. Columbia
WEDNESDAY, April 29, 2015
All Day LifeShare Blood Drive
Lunch CHS Cap & Gown delivery
3-4:00 pm BLT
4:30 pm Track HOME vs. Oberlin & Wellington
6-7:00 pm Youth Football (Auditorium)
THURSDAY, April 30, 2015
All Day “We are the Majority” Field Trip (Beatty & Alston)
5:00 pm Boys Varsity Baseball HOME vs. Keystone
Boys JV Baseball AWAY @ Keystone
Girls Varsity Softball HOME vs. Keystone
Girls JV Softball AWAY @ Keystone
FRIDAY, May 1, 2015
11:45 pm SHFT Mohican Field Trip (Christner, Santana,
Schwedt, Sloboda & Miller) return 5/3
4:30 pm Track AWAY @ Sandusky (Relays)
SATURDAY, May 2, 2015
10:00 am Girls Varsity Softball HOME vs. Vermilion
11:00 am Girls JV Softball AWAY @ Vermilion
1:00 pm Girls Varsity Softball HOME vs. Bay
Tuesday Chicken crunch, brown rice, vegetables, fruit, cookie and milk
Wednesday Pepperoni pizza, vegetables, fruit and milk
Thursday Spicy nachos w/Salsa, buttered noodles, vegetables, fruit and milk
Friday Italian sub, vegetables, fruit, cookie and milk
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Columbia High School Prom and After Prom tickets will go on sale at LCJVS before school on Wednesday, April 29 and Thursday, April 30 and at CHS during regular school hours beginning Friday, May 1 through Friday, May 8. Prom tickets are $35; checks made to CHS, After Prom tickets are $15; checks to Columbia AfterProm 2015. Prom court ballots can be filled out by seniors at those times. You may sign up for a table after purchasing your ticket. If you plan on taking a date who does not attend Columbia, you need to fill out an out of town guest form. These need to be returned with all required signatures prior to buying tickets. Waivers for after prom are also available and need to be filled out before tickets are purchased.
The CHS drama Club will present the full version of “A Night of One Act Plays” today and Saturday, curtain time is 7pm. Adults are $6.00 and Senior Citizens and Students $3, performance will be in the high school gym.
Columbia Color Guard 2015 Tryouts: Anyone interested in trying out for the color guard? Please sign up in the main office by Monday, April 27. See posted announcements for details.
Attention seniors: yearbook is requesting your baby photos for a slide show presentation during Senior Breakfast. We need them TODAY, Friday, April 24.
Meetings for the Week:
Student Council meeting: Tuesday, April 28th, after school in the cafeteria. We will be discussing some very important changes to Student Council for next year, so attendance is mandatory. It will be SHORT, so it shouldn't interfere with practice and/or games. See Miss Neff with questions.
Any student wishing to take the COMPASS test for the College Credit Plus Program can sign-up to take the test here at CHS on Monday, April 27. You must have turned in your LCCC application to Ms. Neff prior to taking the test. There will be a morning session and an afternoon session. Please sign-up in the Guidance Office.
The Varsity baseball team beat Black River 7- 3. Cody Reichard pitched a complete game giving up just 3 hits & 10Ks in 7 innings of work. Jordan DeLisle lead team with a pair of hits & 1RBI. Next game is home tonight against Parma
JV Baseball wins 9 to 4 against Black River. Lance Boise had a triple and Jeff Hershey received the win from the mound. Next game is tonight vs Parma.
The Columbia Varsity Softball Team beats Black River 4 to 3 on a very cold evening. Winning pitcher Allison Bouscher. Hot bats for the Raiders Allison Bouscher with a double and a hit, Kailey Minarchick with 2 hits, Brooke White and Natalie Wilkins with 1 hit. The Team is now 8-0 in conference with a 10 and 2 record.
The JV softball team beat Black River Thursday night 27-9 to improve their record to 7-4. The team hit extremely well and was led by Emily Berg who went 5-5 with 2 triples and 2 doubles along with Hattie Gault who went 5-5 and Torrie Shields who went 4-4. In addition, Sarah Severo and Emma Seitz both had 2 triples and Payton Alpine added a triple as well. The team plays home against North Royalton on Friday at 4:30. Great job ladies!
Girls Soccer Lifting and Open fields will be held every Tuesday and Friday after school until 4:30. Please see Coach Bailey if you cannot attend.
Reminder: there are girls’ basketball open gyms on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the middle school this week from 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Articles posted but not read each day:
Cedar Point tickets are in. Stop in the main office and see Mrs. Kobe to pick up your preordered tickets.
Columbia Color Guard 2015 Tryouts: Anyone interested in trying out for the color guard? Please sign up in the main office by Monday, April 27. Try out packets will be sent home on Friday, May 1st. A color guard clinic will run May 6, 7, 8 and May 11, from 3:30-5:30 in the CMS cafeteria. Try outs will be Tuesday, May 12, from 3:30-5:30.
Attention Seniors: If you did not pick up your Graduation caps and gowns and announcements you can pick them up from Mrs. Kobe. Your order must be paid in full to receive your items. Contact Jostens directly if you have any questions regarding your order.
Please make sure all school fees have been paid as report cards will be held as well as the release of transcripts and diplomas for unpaid fees. School transportation for extra curricular activities will also be denied. If you would like to set up a payment plan, please contact Mrs. Kobe in the main office at 440-236-5001. You may pay your school fees through the payforit system online through the school’s website. You may also pay in the main office at CHS.
Attention all sophomores and parents: Sophomore experience forms and letters were mailed on Friday, February 27. All information is also available on the website.
Attention all seniors: The Afterprom J & J coupons and/or money were due Tuesday April 21. If you have any questions, please contact Dawn Miller at 440-476-3860.
Attention graduating seniors: Are you looking for a great summer job? Then put in your application to work for Columbia Local Schools. Jobs would run from June 8 through Aug. 15. Will include 30 minute paid lunch; $7.95 an hour. Work schedule is 6:30 am until 2:30 pm. You must be 18 when work schedule begins. Send a letter of interest to Mr. Bansek if you would like to apply.
Looking for a summer job? A local company is looking for summer workers. Starting pay is $9.00 an hour. Job duties may include exterior painting, pressure washing and deck restoration. If interested contact Mazco Contractors, Brad Wiegand at 440-236-6119.
Are you interested in Aviation? The Lorain County Airport is having their “Discover Aviation Day” on Saturday May 16 from 10am -4 pm. There is free admission with a $5 parking donation but space is limited. Call 440-236-6594 or online at discover-aviation.org to reserve your spot. Free plane rides for kids ages 8-17, a parent must be present. See the flyer by the main office for more info.
The Parent Portal in PowerSchool is now open and can be accessed. A new version of the Mobile App is now available and will prompt you 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 440-236-5001 for assistance.
Attention all students who would like to drive to school. If you have a valid driver’s license and have not met with Mr. Jump, turned in a completed parking permit form or paid the fee, you should not be driving to school and parking on the premises.
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Students who have registered for an AP exam must attend a pre-registration meeting on one of these two days: Today any time during 4th thru 8th period in room 120, or this Wed., 4/29 any time during 4th thru 8th period in room 120. This takes 15 min, come during one of these periods. All exam fees are also due. See Ms. Roberts in the team 4 office.
Josten’s will be here on Friday, May 1st to deliver announcements. They will be in the student dining hall during all lunch periods. Balances must be paid off in order to pick them up.
Please help support the EHS Science Olympiad Team by going to Applebee's today for our Dining to Donate Fundraiser. You need a flier in order for 15% of your bill to get donated to our team. Please visit room 236 if you would like a flier. The fundraiser goes from 11am until 9pm.
Summer Job Opportunity:
The Elyria Parks & Recreation Department and the Elyria Police Department are now accepting applications for individuals interested in working as an instructor for the 2015 Summer Safety Town Program. Applications are available in the office and must be returned to the Elyria Parks & Recreation Department by Friday, May 15.
The next GEM Club meeting is tomorrow after school in room 207W. Officer candidates for next year should bring their essays to this meeting.
Attention Sophomores and Juniors
Are you a positive role model? Are you outgoing, fun loving, and self-driven? If you answered yes then you would make a great Link Leader! Link Crew is accepting applications for next year’s group! Link Crew helps freshmen reach their potential by mentoring them their first year at EHS. Applications are in team offices and room 302W and are due Friday May 1st.
Scholarships for seniors who qualify for a possible LCABSE award are available from your counselor or in the team office. Applications forms are due by this Thursday, April 30th.
Hey EHS...It's MORP week!
Get out there and show your class spirit! Events include: Boys Extreme Volleyball, 6:00 pm, Thursday in the Auxiliary Gym, tickets are $3. Girls Extreme Football 6:00 pm, Friday at Ely Stadium tickets are $3. The MORP Dance 7:00 pm Saturday in the Auxiliary Gym, tickets are one for $6 or two for $10. Class shirts will be on sale this week in the lunch room and there will be a free Jeans day on Friday to wear your shirts.
If you would like to sign up to up to participate in the games, see your Class Advisers: Mrs. Baytos Rm. 224, Mrs. Oliver Rm. 207, Mrs. McLaughlin Rm 109, and Mrs. Ferguson Rm. 116
We will be meeting this Wednesday, April 29th from 2:45 to 3:30 in room 207. If you signed up to present, please come prepared. We will also be discussing voting for new officers! See you there!
Students Against Bullying:
Stand for the Silent and Students Against Bullying would like to gather information on bullying here at Elyria High School. For two weeks the survey link will be open. Students and teachers can go to: http://www.standforthesilent.org/ . Scroll down to the bottom and click on the TIPS link. You can answer the survey anonymously. Thank you for your help in combating bullying at Elyria High.
Lip Sync Battle:
Due to the lack of applications turned for the Lip Sync Battle, Student Council is canceling the event.
College Credit Plus:
Students that plan to participate in the College Credit Plus Program and have submitted their application must take the Compass Test at Lorain County Community College by this Thursday, April 30th 2015. If you have any questions please see Mr. Burke in the Team 2 Office. Thanks for your cooperation!
There are two scholarships available for seniors going into Environmental sciences or Agricultural or natural resources. See Ms. Roberts, team 4 – they are due by 4/30.
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Attention all seniors, senior nomination forms are available for senior awards in Mr. Jones’ room, Room 108. All forms are due by Thursday, April 30th. Also, while you are there, you will receive a form to have your baby picture or baby message (put in by your parents) put into the yearbook. The picture and message are each $5, and will be due by Thursday, April 30th as well. Also, the final push for the yearbook is on! Yearbooks can be purchased for $60. Don’t miss out on this edition. Order forms are available in Mr. Jones’ room, Room 108, or can be ordered online at www.jostensyearbook.com. Orders are due by May 15th.
The Lorain County 4H is currently collecting tissue boxes for their Cloverbud Activity. Donations can be dropped off in the main office. If you have any questions, please call Scott Hamker at 216.905.3118
Juniors and seniors: prom tickets will be sold until TUESDAY, APRIL 28. 3pm Tuesday is your absolute last chance to buy tickets. They will be on sale during lunches as well as after school until 3:15pm every day from Ms. Sparks. JVS students can also purchase tickets from Alyse Taddeo, or after school as stated before. Please contact Ms. Sparks with any questions.
Prom Committee, our next meeting Wednesday, April 29th, after school!
Congratulations to the seniors elected to Prom Court! Representing the gentlemen of the class of 2015 are Matt Gulish, Cale Polen, Adrian Rios, Pete Wilhelm, and Jimmer Willbond. The young women chosen to represent the senior class are Nikki Crawford, Brandi Holowecky, Taylor Odom, Abby Petrey, and Alex Yoby. Voting for prom king and queen will take place at prom. Congratulations all!
Members of prom court, please see Ms. Sparks on Thursday to receive your sashes.
Art Society meets AFTER SCHOOL this Thursday, April 30 from 2:30-4pm to finish our Big Parade pieces and begin our Fine Arts Festival crafts. Sign up in the art room.
Attention all fall athletes: Remember that the last nine week grading period determines your eligibility for fall sports. Questions see Mr. Searight or your guidance counselor.
It's that time of year again for the Graduate Signs and Decal orders. Signs and decals can be ordered directly from the Firelands Athletic Booster Club website www.firelandsathleticboosters.org or you can also pick up forms in the main office. Sports signs and decals orders are also welcome. Orders are due by May 1st.
The actual order form can be accessed here : GradSignOrder2015
Attention boys’ basketball players: Open gym will begin Wednesday 4/29/15 at 7 pm here at FHS. Contact Coach Bartlett with any questions.
The varsity softball team played in the Akron Rock "N" Fire softball tournament at Firestone Stadium over the weekend going 2 wins & 1 loss. Pitching was outstanding by Sam Hribal & Clairie Vilagi. There were many great defensive plays, but the two that stood out the most was one catch by Hannah Reynolds on a deep fly ball to right center field & a home run robbing catch by Vilagi in left field. It was a total team effort with everyone getting to play in the Akron Racers Softball Stadium.
The Boys and Girls Track teams had a great showing at the Brookside Invitational. The Boys won the invitational beating 11 other teams including beating Vermilion on the last event. The Boys were led by Derek Reynolds who won three events, Jordan Ruffner who also won 3 events, Cole Lewis, Brennan Crawford, Cullen Grude, Colin Myers, Ian Valerius, and Noah Larson who all won events or placed high with their best performances. The Girls team finished 5th but were slightly shorthanded. Dalaney Rogala won the high jump and placed high in 100 meters, Faith Rico placed second in the high jump and won the 400 meters. Jessica Beran ran a personal best in the 3200 meters on Friday and then again on Saturday. The Girls 4 x 800 relay also ran a very good time on Friday. All in all the Boys set 5 records in the meet and the girls set 1 record.
Volleyball will have conditioning/open gym this week Monday and Wednesday 3-5 @ FHS!! All girls interested in volleyball and not participating in a spring sport please join us!!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Cheyeanne Clark, Daniel Hribal, Samantha Jones, Carrie Kubicki, Jenna Pleban
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If you would like your picture taken at Prom by Mr. Messaros, please be sure to pick up an order form in the main office!
Attn. FCCLA members: we will be prepping the food for the Senior Citizen Breakfast & having a brief meeting after school on Tuesday. All members need to plan on attending.
FCCLA & Y4Y will be hosting a Chalk Walk located on Opportunity Way on Sunday, May 3 from 1-3pm. Each square will be $2, you can register and pay the day of the event in front of KHS. All proceeds will be donated to the Lorain County Boys & Girls Club. Don't forget to B.Y.O.C. (bring your own chalk) if you plan to attend as we will have a limited amount available. There will also be a small concession stand and a contest if you choose to participate with prizes provided by Y4Y.
Prom and after-prom tickets are now on sale! Tickets can be purchased by juniors and seniors, they are $60 per person, and include prom and after-prom at Kalahari. Prom is from 6-11 and after-prom is from 11:30-2:30. In order to buy tickets, prom-goers must get a signed slip from Mrs. White showing that you do not owe any school fees or library fines. You will show that signed slip when you buy your tickets during lunch or after school in Ms. Stratton's room until 3:15. You must also know your t-shirt size and your date's t-shirt size when buying tickets, as well as who you'd like to sit with during dinner. Tables seat eight people. Out-of-school guest forms are due on April 30 and MUST be approved by Mr. Gallo in order to purchase tickets for out-of-school guests. The absolute last day of ticket sales is May 1. If you have questions, please ask Ms. Stratton.
The students for the Levy Committee are asking for your help!! Anyone who can help with going Door to Door (with adults) on Saturday, 5/2 at 9:00 AM OR at Arts Day, Sunday, 5/3 from 2-4PM, should sign up in Mrs. Clarico’s room. We REALLY NEED YOU to make this happen!!
Sign-ups for the KHS Girls’ Dance Team are in the office! If you are interested in being a part of the team please stop by the office!
Any student wishing to be an officer for student council next year needs to complete a letter of interest by May 8. In your letter, please discuss why you think you would be a good leader for student council and what other clubs or sports you are involved in that may conflict with the activities of student council. Letters should be submitted to MRS. Jones.
The next NHS meeting will be held on Tuesday after school in room 202. Attendance is mandatory! There are lots of volunteer opportunities to sign up for!
Youth 4 Youth is inviting the National Honor Society and Student Council to join us at the WE ARE THE Majority rally! The rally will be on Thursday and students will be traveling by bus to and from Elyria High School. We are looking for LOUD, SPIRITED, AND POSITIVE WILDCATS to attend!! Please sign up and pick up some information in Room 119 if you are interested!
Attention KHS students! Special Olympics will be Friday, May 15. Student volunteers are needed to assist our athletes from KES, KMS, and KHS at this annual event. If you are interested in being a "Peer Buddy", please pick up an application in the office and return to Mrs. Robinson in room 119 as soon as possible. Please keep in mind that you are responsible for any missed classes and assignments that day. Thanks!
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Attention all students taking College Credit Plus courses next year: This is an important reminder that you MUST take the Compass test BEFORE May 15th, unless you have already qualified for all of your requested courses with a previous Compass Test or ACT score. If you’re not sure, please see your counselor ASAP. Failure to meet this deadline will result in removal from your requested College Credit Plus course.
Scholarship info: Attention seniors who have participated in the blood drives: the Lifeshare Scholarship application is now available in the guidance office. The deadline for your application is Friday, May 15th. Senior student council members: the Student Council Scholarship application is available in guidance. Applications are due to Mrs. Weir or Mrs. Fisher by Friday, May 15th.
Artastic: The ninth annual ARTastic Fest, Midview’s district-wide art show, will be held this Thursday in Kubuski Gym from 3:30-7:30 pm. Admission is free and open to the public. Events include displayed art work completed by students from kindergarten-12th grade, raffles, food, face-painting, and make-and-take crafts for kids. Please come out and support the arts!
Parking Passes for the 2015-2016 School Years will be available beginning Monday, May 4th. Juniors and seniors that attend classes at Midview High School at least part of day and have a permanent driver’s license are eligible for a parking spot. Sophomores will be considered depending on the availability of spots. Applications are located on the School website under the school information tab. Only electronic applications will be accepted, but any applications submitted before May 4th will not be accepted. All past school fees must be paid in full to receive a parking pass.
Lunches: As of May 1st, students will no longer be allowed to charge lunches. Please make sure you have enough money before entering the lunch line.
Tough Puff: On Tuesday, May 12th, student council will be hosting Tough Puff, a volleyball tournament for boys. Any boys interested in participating should pick up a form in the main office and turn it in to Mrs. Weir or Mrs. Fisher by Tuesday, May 5th. The entry fee is $20 a team, and each team can have five-six players.
Golf: Anyone trying out for the golf team next year needs to attend an important, mandatory meeting this Wednesday after school in the small gym.
Prom: Attention all Juniors and Seniors: Midview’s long awaited and biggest event of the year is coming up fast. The Midview Junior / Senior Prom is just three weeks away. This formal dinner and dance will be held on Saturday, May 16th at the German-American Cultural Center in Olmsted Falls. Prom tickets will only be on sale this week and next during lunch periods every day. They will also be available for purchase before school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s. Ticket prices will increase each week. For this week only, the tickets will be $50 each. Next week, they will be $55 each. Checks should be made payable to Midview Local Schools. The last day to buy a ticket is Friday, May 8th. The first 375 tickets sold will receive a small gift. You must have a guest form completed to buy a ticket for a non-Midview student. Check the bulletin boards in the school for more information.
Happy Birthday to Andrew Frantz, Jason Grau, Skyler Grizzell, Jamie Krantz, Tony Lupico, Kaitlyn Squire, and Scott Thompson.
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Attention all seniors. Out of school guest forms for prom can be found at the bookstore and main office. Also, prom tickets will be on sale through May 1st. No tickets will be sold after May 1st, and all school fees must be paid in order to purchase a ticket.
Attention all Rangers on May 26th KAMANAWANAPLAYA will be recreated to Honor Alex Sismour. This Field day will take place from 5:30-8:00PM on the Wilcox Playground. Gather your team of six players. The cost will be $15.00 per person. This will include your KAMANAWANAPLAYA t-shirt. The event will include: Bucket Head Relay, Shoot the Tube , Water Balloon Toss and many more! All the money raised will go to purchase two new treadmills for NRHS students in memory of Alex Sismour.
Join the Party at the 2015 After Prom! All JUNIOR and Senior Students (and sophomore dates)
are invited to the NRHS After Prom at Swings-n-Things, Saturday, May 16th. NRHS has exclusive use of Swings-n-Things for the night. Join us for Fun and Food! Tickets are $20.00 each and will be on sale in the cafeteria during lunch on April 27th-May 1st. JVS students can purchase tickets at the bookstore. Guest forms are required at the time of purchase and are available in the Main Office now.
The Academic Awards Ceremony is Monday, May 18th. Please verify that you are on the list if appropriate and the number of award years is correct by tomorrow, at the close of the school day. The Awards list is posted on the main office door.
Do you want to be featured in this year’s senior video? Please submit your videos of school related material to email@example.com.
It’s time to start a new tradition here at North Ridgeville! Champions for Life will be selling "The Ville" shirts in the bookstore for $10. T-shirts are limited so buy yours today.
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Attention Seniors! Please stop by guidance and share with us your college plans for next year. Still deciding and need help? Stop by and we can discuss!
There will be a blood drive on Friday, May 15, 2015 in the Library. The Library will be closed on that day. Sign up starts Monday, April 27, 2015.
Prom will be May 9, 2015 at DeLuca's Place in the Park. Ticket cost will be $45.00 single and $60.00 a couple. 6:00 Social Hour and Dinner will be served at 7:00. In order to purchase a prom ticket you must have all senior candy money turned in.
Prom guest forms are due with NO EXCEPTIONS by Friday, May 1, 2015. Turn them into Mr. Russell or Ms. Tolbert-Brown.
Mandatory student council meeting WEDNESDAY AFTER SCHOOL. Approximately 15 minutes.
There are only 23 copies of the yearbook left! Cost is $50, get them while you can! See Ms. Parrish with questions!
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• Anyone trying out for the 2015-16 team should pick up a packet in the main office.
Post Prom will be held at Strike Out Lanes. Pick up your permission forms in the library or main office. Please bring signed permission form and money to Mrs. Stumphauzer in the library to purchase your ticket.
Yearbooks – Less than 2 weeks left to order! Go to the school website and click on the Jostens link.
Prom Tickets are on sale in Mr. Sasack’s room during D.E.N. and DUKE periods and during lunch mods in the cafeteria beginning today. Tickets are $40. NOTE: ALL fees and obligations must be taken care of BEFORE buying a ticket. LAST DAY TO PURCHASE TICKETS IS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29TH.
Library: Students! Please return your overdue library books immediately! All seniors must have all book fines and obligations taken care of in the library before graduation.
The Morning Grind book club will meet Monday, May 4th for their final book and movie. The book we will be reading is The Book Thief. Please plan to come to the library after school for pizza and drinks.
NHS Blood Drive on Friday, May 1st. Any student interested in donating can sign up during their lunch mod or see Mrs. McCarty. You must be 17 to donate or you may donate at age 16 with signed parent consent.
Student Council meeting Thursday before or after school. ALSO, maroon drawstring bags are on sale in Mrs. Drake’s room for $5 each.
Run 4 Team Landry 5K/1 Mile Fun Run on May 16th beginnat at 9 am at McCormick Middle School. Registration forms are in the office. All proceeds from the runs are going to the Cole family. Contact Miss Garrett or go to the McCormick website for further information on the runs. Please help support Landry Cole.
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