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May 24, 2016 - Daily Announcements

 
JVS

Senior labs in hallways A & D are encouraged to bring a store bought snack to share during the Senior Extravaganza Day, Thursday, May 26th. Snacks can be brought down to Mrs. Balog's room, A213 now through the morning of the event. THANK YOU!

Seniors! If you are enlisted in the military, please see Mr. Wilde as soon as possible so you may be recognized!

Attention Students: Come join the Lorain County JVS at All-Pro Freight Stadium in Avon on August 18 to celebrate and be a part of JVS Day. Come be a part of showing the rest of Lorain County what JVS is all about. It will be a great way for graduating seniors to spend one final day with friends and returning students to get ready for another school year. Students can purchase tickets in the cafeteria this week, or in the Corner Store, for $9. See Ms. Street for details.

Two summer ‘ACT Prep in a Day’ events are scheduled for Friday, June 3rd, and Friday July 22nd at Polaris Career Center. Additional information is available in Student Services.

ATTENTION SENIORS!! Due to restraints on the process for end of year fees, only cash, credit card or money orders will now be accepted. No checks will be accepted. Should you have a balance due, please plan on making those payments as soon as possible. If you need financial assistance with your fees there is a Student in Need Grant. Those applications are available in the Financial Clerk’s office or available to print via the JVS website. Keep in mind that unpaid fees either at the JVS or at your Associate School could prevent you from receiving your Certificate and/or Diploma.


 
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.

Senior graduation guidelines and 2016 information packets can be picked up in Student Services.

Below is the May schedule for Steele seniors:
May 26 - 7:30 a.m. Senior breakfast at Steele High School in Cafetorium. 8:30 a.m. Mandatory graduation practice at Steele High School in North Gym.
May 28 - Graduation at 3:00 p.m. Students must arrive at 2:00 p.m. at Wolstein Center


 
Avon

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

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Girls Tennis Meeting
There will be girls tennis meeting on Tuesday, May 24th at 6:00pm in the Language Arts Lecture Hall, Room 226. All girls and parents are asked to attend. If you have any questions please email Mr. Hicks.

SADD End of Year Celebration!
The SADD club will be holding its last meeting for the school year on Tuesday, May 24th at 3:30pm in room 216. This meeting will be a fun way to end the year on a positive note. Anyone who was involved with the SADD club or any assisted in any SADD club activities is invited to attend. Come hungry and happy!

Senior Class Cookout!
Attention seniors! The senior class cookout will be held immediately after graduation practice on Thursday, May 26th in the front lawn. Ms. Clark will be selling tickets in room 250 through Wednesday, May 25th or buy one before commencement practice in the commons. The cost is $2 and will cover a catered lunch from Smith's! Seniors are welcome to bring lawn games as well. Any questions, see Ms. Clark! Hope to see you there.

Happy Avon Birthdays!
Monday, May 23rd: Adam Abu Khalil, Meghan Waters, and Sean Wilkens!
Tuesday, May 24th: Paige Bozak, Marisa George, Joshua Kandiah, and Donald O'Brien!
Wednesday, May 25th: Jonathan Burchell and Dennis Moore!
Thursday, May 26th: David Hammerschmidt and Jacob Simon!
Friday, May 27th: Emily Brassell, Maurice Christopher, Julien Hildum, Nick Nyikes, and Delshawn Orr!
Saturday, May 28th: Kyle Matyi, Deepanshu Singh and Jake Suraba!
Sunday, May 29th: Caleb Diaz and Sydney Traine!
Monday, May 30th: A'dreon Alexander, Kevin Healey, Colin Mangan, and Austin Nagel!


 
Avon Lake

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Guidance - College Visits – Scholarships
Attention NEW College Credit Plus students! On Wednesday, May 25th @ 3:00pm in room 114 there will be an orientation session for all students who are NEW to the CC+ program. Completing orientation is a mandatory requirement to participate, please plan on attending this meeting! It will be 15-20 minutes long!

SENIORS
Seniors! Community Service hours logged are posted on the community service bulletin board outside the media center doors. Please see Mr. Arra if you think there is an error. Please submit your hours for the service cord ASAP.

Community Service
Attention any students looking for community service hours this summer. Learwood is looking for students interested in running a book club and book discussions this summer around town. If this sounds like something you’d be into, see Mr. Arra in room 195 for more information!

Attention students looking for experience working in the political arena: Manning for Ohio is looking for volunteers and interns for Nathan Manning’s reelection campaign for the Ohio House of Representatives in this district. Volunteers and interns must be at least 16 years old.
This experience includes direct working experience with State Representative Nathan Manning in the form of: Knocking doors and distributing campaign literature, making phone calls, walking in parades and attending community events, assisting with social media and advertising, and Assisting with mailings. If interested in this valuable campaign experience, please respond to Tyler Yaple, Campaign Manager, at: yapletyer@gmail.com or (614) 309-2453

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY THIS SUMMER: The Waterfront Wine Festival in Avon Lake at Veterans Memorial Park is looking for volunteers to set up before the festival. The event will be held on Saturday June 25th and we would be interested in as many volunteers that are willing to help in shifts between 10am-12pm and 12pm-2pm. Please know that there will NOT be any alcohol on the premises at this time. Help is needed for the following: Setting up/carrying/moving tables and chairs, placing linens on tables, helping to arrange centerpieces on tables, distributing recycling bins throughout the park, etc. Students can report directly to Jennifer Dalman at Veterans Memorial Park that day, and she can be reached at (216) 849-8149 to sign up or if you have questions.

ATHLETICS
Girls interested in trying out for the Fall 2016 GOLF team should plan to attend a short meeting on Thursday, May 26th at 3:30 in Room 165.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Avon Lake Public Library is accepting applications for two, part-time student Page positions. Position availability is for late summer – ideal for sophomores or juniors looking to work during the school year. Please see the Job Postings bulletin board outside of the Guidance Office. Applications are available at the Avon Lake Public Library and also in our Guidance Department.

Attention any student looking for summer service hours! The Lake Erie Nature & Science Center in Bay Village is looking for summer volunteers to read to, and with, children and to assist Summer Campers with Accelerated Reader computer quizzes and journaling activities. See the community service board or Mr. Arra if you are interested.

Child Care Needed: Family relocating to Avon Lake from Lakewood, looking for part time child care for 2 elementary aged children during the summer months at the home while parent works. The house is located within blocks of the high school and library as well as within walking distance of the Aquatic Center. Please direct all inquiries to shbyroads@sbcglobal.net or call (216) 408-3098.

Independence Village and StoryPoint of Avon Lake is looking for enthusiastic dedicated individuals to become part of their team! They are currently hiring Nursing Assistants to care for their residents. E-mail your resume to jobs@seniorvillages.com or call 248-769-6974.

Girl Scouts of North East Ohio is seeking applicants to work at their Resident Camps this summer. Interested in applying, please visit www.gsneo.org/careers and apply online.

Cleveland Sportservice is currently recruiting for part-time and seasonal positions at Progressive Field. Candidates must be willing and able to work a flexible schedule, including nights, weekends and holidays. All applicants will be subject to pre-employment background and drug testing. Currently hiring for: Bussers/Runners, Cashiers, Culinary, Servers, Warehouse/Utility. Apply online at: http://mlb.mlb.com/cle/help/sportservice_jobs.jsp OR send a resume to: clevebaseball@delawarenorth.com.


 
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

BROOKSIDE Seniors:
THIS IS VERY VERY IMPORTANT!
ALL Scholarship Information MUST BE TURNED IN TO MRS. ESCHKE BY MAY 25th
o From ANY University or organization…even if you are not accepting the scholarship!!!
o Need a copy of scholarship or an email from the organization or school
o Scholarships awarded at Awards Night (May 17) do not need to be turned in
o All scholarships will be announced at Graduation….IT IS A BIG DEAL
o You can drop it office at the BHS Guidance office or scan and email it to Mrs. Eschke

Also keep watching the SENIOR PAGE on the Brookside website for more IMPORTANT INFORMATION.

Attention Brookside seniors:
Senior will forms are available in the guidance office. Mrs.McNichols will collect them from you on Wednesday, May 25 when she is at the school. No forms will be accepted late.

Attention all Brookside students:
The deadline to buy your 2015-2016 yearbook is May 27. The cost is $65. There are both pictures and video of JVS students included. You can order at www.jostensyearbooks.com.


 
Clearview

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Words of Wisdom: “Act as if it were impossible to fail.”

BIRTHDAYS
Jamel Billings

EXAM SCHEDULES
Exams will be Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday. You only need to be here if you’re taking an exam. Exam schedules are available in the main office and online.

TRACK
Congratulations to Alyzabeth Lighty who qualified for the Regional Track meet in the 100 and 200 meter sprints. On the boys side congrats to the 4x200 and 4x400 relay teams; Zavier Felder, Mike Brunecz, Sam Daniels, and Jacob Collier. Jacob Collier also qualified in the 400 meter dash. The Regional qualifiers will be in Lexington this Thursday and Saturday. Go Clippers!

VOLLEYBALL OPEN GYM
There will be Volleyball Open Gyms Wednesday in the Clearview Gym from 5:00 to 7:00pm.

LOST ‘N FOUND
There are several items in the lost & found ~ clothes, eye glasses, jewelry, keys, etc. These items will either be donated or thrown out at the end of the school year if not claimed. Stop by the main office if you’re missing something.

SUMMER SCHOOL
Sumer school will be June 2nd through June 22nd. Registration deadline is June 1st. Stop in the Guidance Office for more information.

TUESDAY, May 24th
7:45 – 9:15 7° Exam
9:25 – 10:55 6° Exam
11:05-12:35 5° Exam
12:45-1:15 Lunch
6-8:00 pm Senior Project ~ Auditorium/Cafeteria

WEDNESDAY, May 25th
7:45 – 9:15 4° Exam
9:00 am Graduation Practice @ Palace (Howard & Watson)
9:25 – 10:55 3° Exam
11:05-12:35 Make Up Exams
12:45-1:15 Lunch

THURSDAY, May 26th “LAST DAY OF SCHOOL”
7:45 – 9:15 2° Exam
9-3:00 pm DMS in Auditorium
9:25 – 10:55 1° Exam
11:05-12:35 Make Up Exams
12:45-1:15 Lunch
4:00 pm Track Regionals AWAY @ Lexington
7:00 pm Class of 2016 Graduation ~ Lorain Palace

FRIDAY, May 27th
8:00 am District Year End Meeting ~ Cafeteria

SATURDAY, May 28th
TBA Track Regionals AWAY @ Lexington

MENU
Monday ~ Thursday (Cooks Choice)


 
Columbia

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General Information: Attention Seniors: There is still time to order a panoramic picture if you did not turn in your order form on Friday. Hand it in to Mrs. Kobe in the main office by Wednesday, May 25.

Come out and support the Class of 2019 at Applebee's Tuesday May 24th from 11am-9pm. Grab your friends and go right after school for their appetizer specials or take your family before the senior awards ceremony. Be sure to give the flier to your server.

Just one more days to purchase a chance to win two Go Ape High Ropes course tickets located in Strongsville worth $120. See a freshmen class officer or Mrs. Bailey to purchase for just $1. The course takes you to the top of the tree canopy to 5 thrilling zip lines,a giant spider web, 2 tarzan swings and more. Winner will be drawn on Tuesday and contacted by phone from the Applebee's fundraiser.

Congratulations to the Prom Court for 2016 and the Queen Tessa Quinn and King Nate Hite.

Senior locker cleanout is this Thursday, May 26 at 8:10 am. If you are a late arrival senior please clean out your locker prior to going to your second period class. First period seniors will be called down from the classes.

Grilling season is upon us and to celebrate we are having our biannual grilled hot dog lunch this Friday, May 27. Mr. Lynch and Mr. Jump will be manning the grills. The $1.00 lunch will include grilled hot dog with chili sauce, french fries, cole slaw, baked beans, salad bar. Extra hot dogs may be purchased for $1.00.

Meetings for the Week:
Key Club meeting: Wednesday, May 25. Officers will be chosen for next year. If you cannot attend, contact Miss Rothgery or Miss Atkinson.

Cross Country meeting: Wednesday, May 25 at 6:00 in the high school cafeteria for all students interested in participating in the fall. Anyone who can not attend the meeting but still plans on competing needs to contact either Coach Bailey or Mr. Jump.

Girls Basketball meeting: Thursday, May 26th at 2:30 p.m. in the cafeteria for all girls interested playing next year. Summer forms and calendar will be distributed.

Golf meeting: Thursday, May 26th at 2:45 p.m. in the cafeteria. Forms and season calendar will be distributed. Please plan to attend.

Sports News: The Varsity softball team will play Northwestern at Massillon Washington on Thursday at 5pm. The softball field is located at 432 20th St. SE, Massillon, 44646. Go Raiders!!!!
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Attention Seniors: Jostens was at CHS on March 22 delivering caps/gowns and senior items. Remaining orders may be picked up from Mrs. Kobe during normal school hours. If you have a balance on your order please bring payment in cash to Mrs. Kobe in order to receive your items.

Key Club will be collecting pull tabs to benefit the Ronald McDonald House in connection with area children’s hospitals through the end of the school year. Please save your pop/juice tabs and turn in the your homeroom teachers. The 2016 yearbook can be pre-purchased for $65. Yearbook orders can also be placed at jostens.com.

All school fees were due on October 1. Extracurricular transportation will be denied for students with unpaid fees. 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.

Guidance News:Attention underclassmen: There are still FREE spots left for the ACT Boot Camp being held June 6 - 10 at CHS. Each participant receives an ACT Prep book. For more information, please see Miss Neff.

The Parent Portal in PowerSchool is 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.

Sports News:Attention all girls basketball players. Open gyms will continue on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:00-8:00 p.m. Any boys basketball players not playing baseball, lifting/open gyms will continue every Monday and Wednesday from 6-7 through the end of May. Any questions or to get a schedule see Coach Taylor or Coach Marlette.

The Senior Picture banners that are hanging in the gym are for sale. If you would like to purchase your banner for $25 see Mr. Jump.

All athletes must have a current physical on file for the first mandatory day of practice. The 2016-2017 OHSAA preparticipation physical form is available here.

Miscellaneous: Swings and Things is hiring for seasonal workers. See the flyers posted around the school for details.

Ohio Department of Natural Resources which runs our state parks are offering seasonal positions. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. See online information for complete details.

Are you looking for a great way to spruce up your yard and landscaping and help Columbia High athletes as well. LANDMARK AND CHS ATHLETICS have teamed up for the Building for the Future Fundraiser! Just visit a Landmark Lawn and Garden Supply location in Strongsville, Avon or Westlake or shop online at www.LandmarkMulch.com. 6% of your total purchase will be donated to CHS when you choose any of their hundreds of bulk material items as well as pet supplies, animal feed, grass seed, hardware, etc and mention this fundraiser at the checkout of enter the promotional code online. See the flier for a listing of many of the items included, ordering information and promotional codes. This fundraiser runs between March 1 and December 31, 2016. Thanks for supporting Columbia Athletics.


 
Elyria

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Attention Elyria wrestlers:
There will be a brief but important meeting today after school in the wrestling room. Please be sure to attend as we will be covering important summer dates.

Cross Country:
There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in running cross country next year in Coach Brinda's room (108) on Thursday, May 26th right after school.

Attention juniors!
If you would like to attend a field trip to LCCC on Wednesday, May 25, see Mrs. Trump in the team 1 office for a permission slip. We will be attending an information session and taking a tour, then having lunch.

ANIME CLUB!
Our Party has been changed to June 1st! Planning day this Friday afterschool in room 125 until 4:00 P.M.

Attention Students:
If you are planning on taking AP Chemistry next year please stop by room 238 before or after school to pick up some information.

Students Spreading Awareness for Animals and anyone interested in joining next year: We will have a brief meeting after school today in room 105.

Attention EHS Science Club:
Our last meeting and picnic will be this Wednesday May 25th right after school. Please sign up in either Mrs. Smith's or Mrs. Bechtel's room if you plan on attending. AGAIN, Science Club picnic this Wednesday and you MUST sign up to attend!


 
Firelands

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Seniors: If you have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher, you can now pick up your honor cord for $7.00 in the Counseling Office.

The Mighty Falcon Marching Band will be Holding Color Guard Tryouts. If you are interested in trying out flyers are available in the main office. No Experience is necessary. Clinics will be held in the high school band room immediately after school until 4:00 Tuesday, May 24th; and Wednesday, May 25th. Tryouts will be held on Thursday, May 26th at 2:30. Please wear athletic clothes, tennis shoes, and hair pulled back. If you have any questions contact Mrs. Boucher, or Mr. Wiley in the high school band room.

Firelands Safety Town will be held July 11, 12, & 13th this year. We are in need of volunteers to help with the incoming kindergarten class. Anyone wishing to help out please sign up in the office on the sign-up sheet. This is great for community service hours. Any questions please call Natalie Saylor @ 440-965-5872.

Attentions Sophomores: It’s time to elect your class officers for next year. Remember, your class officers will be in charge of organizing prom, so think carefully about who you would like to represent you. If you are interested in running for an office, stop by Mrs. Notarberardino’s room to pick up an nominating petition form. All forms must be completed by THURSDAY, MAY 26th. Voting will take place in Naviance from May 29-June 3. Winners will be announced on June 6.

There will be NHS election of officers on Wednesday, May 25th in room 115 during Falcon Period. Also, graduating NHS members may pick up their medals for graduation at that time.

SPORTS:
Reminder to all drivers that youth sports have started in the evening on the soccer practice fields on the north side of the building. Please use the main parking lot for all entering and exiting of the school. If you absolutely have to use the gravel entrance please drive slowly and safely as many young kids are around.

DON’T FORGET, THE 4TH QUARTER GRADES DETERMINE ATHLETIC ELIGIBILITY FOR THE FALL. STUDENTS MUST PASS 5 CREDITS TO MEET THE MINIMUM SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS OF THE OHSAA. PLEASE FINISH THE YEAR STRONG.

There will be a golf meeting for all students interested in playing in the fall next Wednesday May 25th in the cafeteria during Falcon Period. If you have any questions please contact Coach Pelphrey.

The Firelands Track team had a great showing Saturday morning at the District Finals Track Meet. Robbie Becker qualified for Regionals finishing 3rd in the 110m hurdles, Colin Myers finished 2nd in the 400m and 4th in the 200m to advance to Lexington on Thursday, while the 4x400m relay team of Alli Vilagi, Maddie Sims, Mikayla Mains, and Dalaney Rogala will join them on the trip south. Other impressive showings on Saturday included: Kenzie Allsop and Tori Hritsko in the 800m, Joy Vaughn and Hritsko in the 1600m, Megan and Joy Vaughn in the 3200m, and the 4x200m relay team of Vilagi, Sims, Rogala, and Kayla Unger finishing 5th on the day. On the boys
side: Tim Yost in the 100m and 200m, Patrick and Matthew Brightbill in the 800m, Nick Squires and Pablo Barranco in the 1600m, Ian Valerius and Ian Crawford in the 3200m, Becker in the 300m hurdles, the 4x100m team of Ben Akoa, Cole Ference, Robbie Becker, and Tim Yost, and the 4x200m team of Akoa, Ference, Becker, and
Beau Grude.

Attention all track athletes: Please wash and return your uniforms to Coach Lias by Friday.

The Awards Ceremony will be Tuesday, May 31st, in the high school gym at 6:00pm. All athletes will be asked to provide a dessert to share after the presentation. See Coach Lias with any questions or problems.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO:
Emily Wagner
Jordan Wilson


 
Keystone

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Seniors: Don't forget to upload your graduation photos with the RePlay it app! Graduation is the closing pages in the book, and we will not be able to capture this important day in your lives without your help!

Attention all students signed up to take AP Calculus next year. See Miss Konya in room 201 by Friday, May 27 to pick up your summer assignment.

Coach Vondruska will have a brief meeting about offseason training in his room after school on Tuesday. If you are a wrestler or interested in wrestling, please attend this brief meeting to talk about summer wrestling opportunities.

There are MANY items in the lost and found! Several textbooks are there as well. If you have an outstanding book at the end of the year, the cost of the book will be added to your fines/fees due! It is YOUR responsibility to make sure you have all of your books!!! All unclaimed articles of clothing will be thrown out in June! Feel free to stop in and check out the lost and found!

Anyone interested in running cross country for next year, there will be a meeting on Wednesday, May 25 at 6pm in Mr. Habenicht’s room. If you are unable to attend or have any questions, see Mr. Habenicht.

Attention all FCCLA members, Dance Team members, and Sophomores. If you are interested in helping out with Relay for Life please sign up on the sheets located on the door of the foods room, room 123. If you have questions, see Miss. Heffernan.


 
Midview

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Seniors: The Bob DiFranco Memorial Sportsmanship Scholarship is now available in Student Services. To be eligible for this scholarship, you must have won at least one varsity sportsmanship award here at Midview. Anyone receiving a full-ride scholarship to a college or university is not eligible. All forms must be turned in by this Friday, May 27.

Camp Y-Noah: All 10th and 11th graders interested in being a camp counselor for the 6th grade trip to Camp Y-Noah next fall should turn in an application to Mr. Faska by this Friday. Applications are available in the main office.

Academic Achievement: Any students invited to the Academic Achievement Night last Thursday who were not able to attend and have not yet received their award need see Mrs. Eakins in room 223 immediately.

Link Crew: If you applied to be a Link Crew Member next year, the letters to let you know whether or not you were accepted will go out tomorrow.

Congratulations: To Jacob Wells for being selected to the 1st Team Academic All-Ohio for basketball this year in Division I. He was one of 10 players in the state of Ohio in Division I selected for this prestigious honor.

The Freshman and Sophomore classes will be selling lanyards for $5.00. All the funds raised will go towards the 2017 prom. See Dean Mraz, Mrs. Eakins, or Mrs. Thomas to purchase a lanyard any time during the day.

Rainbow Club’s last meeting of the year will be today in Ms. Bannister’s room, room 113B. We’re having a potluck, and anyone is welcome to come and bring a dish.

Happy birthday to Kaden Dingess, Jacob Ford, and Evan Wallencheck!


 
North Ridgeville

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In Athletic News:
We would like to congratulate the following students for qualifying for District Track Finals on Friday:
• Kara Sullinger
• Rachel Blumfeldt
• Graicen Riley
• Riley Gannon

Attention members of the Girls and Boys Track Team. Our annual Track Awards Picnic at South Central Park will be Tuesday May 24 at 3:00. Boys bring pop girls bring chips. Uniforms can be turned in at this time. Wash them, and place them in a plastic bag with your name inside.


 
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

Yearbook
Yearbooks are disappearing quickly! Get yours before they’re gone!

CAFETERIA ANNOUNCEMENTS
Seniors, all charges in the cafeteria need to be paid in full before graduation.
OHS, there will be no charging permitted in the cafeteria for the rest of the school year.

Summer Employment
NACS is hiring temporary workers in their distribution center. Please see the job board in the lobby for complete details on how to apply and job descriptions.


 
Wellington

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Tutoring: NHS is offering tutoring during DEN. Get a red DEN pass from your teacher and stop in the library for help. End of the year and final exams are just around the corner – get the help you need to finish the year strong.

Senior Class Officer Petitions are in the high school main office. Return petition to Mr. Muhl by Tuesday, May 24 for consideration.

Library: All library materials will be due by May 27th.

Academic Awards are available in the guidance office for students who were unable to attend on Sunday.

Boys Soccer open gyms are every Wednesday and Friday from 5-7pm at the high school.

YEARBOOK: It is not too late to order your 2015-2016 WHS Yearbook. Order online at jostensyearbooks.com

DRESS CODE REMINDER: Students, please remember the dress code policy & follow it. Shorts, skirts & dresses need to be mid-thigh length or longer. Leggings should be covered by something mid-thigh or longer. No mid-drifts/stomachs should be exposed. Teachers: Please remember to check for dress code violations at the beginning of each class.

Recycling: Please do not put any bottles containing liquids into the containers. Empty bottles are okay.

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