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September 29, 2016 - Daily Announcements

 
JVS

Come and enjoy a Pancake Breakfast on October, 8th from 8:00am-10:30am at the Lorain County JVS! All the pancakes you can eat--presented by the JVS National Technical Honor Society! $5.00 donation or 5 non-perishable food items to benefit Well-Help, Inc., Wellington

The JVS is hosting a Community Appreciation Day on Saturday, October 8th from 10am-3pm. This fun filled event will include a variety of activities, something for everyone in the family to enjoy!

Val Howard from College Now will be at the JVS on Tuesday, October 4th in Tech Center B to help seniors create their FSA ID. Creating this ID is the first step in the financial aid process.

JVS Choir: Do you like to sing? Come be a part of the first JVS Choir! All are welcome! There are no auditions! The first practice will take place on Tuesday, October 4th at 2:30pm in Mrs. Hills Classroom – E203

Armed Forces Career Information Day (AFCID) is Wednesday, October 5th. Representatives from virtually all branches of the military will present on topics from recruitment and enlistment to retirement benefits. For further information, contact Mr. Wilde in Student Services.

Attention Students: Where can you talk to more than 120 colleges, universities, and military academies under one roof? The Lorain County College Fair! The annual Lorain County College Fair is Thursday, October 6, from 6:00-7:30 pm. Please see your school counselor with any questions.


 
Amherst

Want to get important updates regarding LCJVS and Amherst Steele High School? Sign up for your school’s REMIND text/email messaging system! Just send the message "@ashs-lcjvs" to 81010

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.

September 30th is Homecoming Dance from 8:30 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.


 
Avon

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

Want to get important updates regarding LCJVS and Avon High School? Sign up for your school’s REMIND text/email messaging system! Just send the message “@avonj” to (330)272-9543 or visit www.remind.com/join/avonj to sign up!

Attention seniors - Senior Panoramic Picture day is Monday, October 18th at 7:30am in the main AHS gym. Immediately following this picture, free senior portraits are available via appointment only. JVS students should book their appointment NOW to get an early time slot.
All information deadlines, dress codes, directions, phone numbers, baby pictures, ads from parents, are all located on the Avon EAGLES website: http://www.avon.k12.oh.us/students/2014-05-16-18-15-35

Win A Chevy Cruz!
Win a Chevy Cruz, courtesy of Joe Firment Chevrolet! Raffle tickets are just $25, and tickets can be purchased in the main office. Proceeds of the raffle benefit student activities, so tell your family and friends! On October 17th, five tickets will be drawn. Those five ticket holders will be contacted and invited to attend the October 21st home football game. The winning ticket for the car will be announced that night! You do not need to be present to win.

SADD Meeting and Elections
The SADD Club will have its next meeting and hold officer elections on Monday, October 3rd in room 216. We will be making posters and discussing Red Ribbon Week. The meeting will start at 3:15pm and end at 4:00pm. Unable to attend, see Mrs. Sokolowski!

Let's go Bowling!
Students interested in joining intramural bowling can pick up information in the main office or from Mr. Sindelar in room 254. Forms and checks need to be returned to Mr. Sindelar by Wednesday, October 26th. Contact Mr. Sindelar with any questions.


 
Avon Lake

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Its homecoming season and this year’s Homecoming Dance theme is City of Champions. Our Homecoming Dance will be held on Saturday, October 8th from 7-11pm in the ALHS Auxiliary Gym. Tickets are $14. Only checks will be accepted. Please make checks out to ALHS Cheerleading. Buy them during your lunch period today until Friday, October 7th at 12:30.

Voting for homecoming court will take place during lunch. There will be a table set up to cast your vote.

ATTENTION ARTISTS: If you would like to design the 2016 Powderpuff t-shirts, please email your SENIOR t-shirt ideas to Mrs. Kozar (Kelly.kozar@avonlakecityschools.org) or your JUNIOR t-shirt ideas to Mrs. Bottini (robin.bottini@avonlakecityschools.org) by Friday, September 30th.

ATTENTION POWDERPUFF PLAYERS AND COACHES: Powderpuff permission forms are available on the student council board. Coaches MUST have a permission form on file also. These are due to Mrs. Kozar or Mrs. Bottini by Friday, September 30th by 3:00pm

ATTENTION POWDERPUFF PLAYERS: Powderpuff t-shirt order forms are available on the student council board. These are due to the payment drop box by the main office by Friday, September 30th by 3:00pm

Guidance - College Visits – Scholarships
Please visit our Guidance Webpage for up to date scholarship information. Visit www.avonlakecityschools.org; choose ALHS; choose Guidance; select the link titled Financial Aid & Scholarship Information. Click on link 2016-2017 Scholarships.

UPCOMING COLLEGE VISITS
YOU MUST STOP IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE 24 HOURS PRIOR TO COLLEGE VISIT FOR A PASS
University of Cincinnati 9/29 10th period
Ohio University 10/03 3rd period
Bowling Green State University 10/06 10th period
Ohio State University 10/10 12th period
Miami University 10/11 10th Period
Youngstown State University 10/18 10th Period

How do I find the right college for me? Plan to attend the 29th annual Lorain County College Fair on Thursday, October 6th from 6-7:30pm at the LCCC Ewing Activities Center, 1005 N. Abbe Rd., Elyria. There will be an optional breakout session at 6:30pm: “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Financial Aid”.

Mark your Calendar!! College Update Night will be held on Monday, October 10th at 5:30pm in the PAC. ALHS will be welcoming the following guests to have a panel discussion on the college process:
Robert McCullough- Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Case Western University
Tracy Shuman-Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at The Ohio State University
Thomas McKenzie-Senior Admissions Counselor at The University of Cincinnati
Laren Wenzell-Associate Director of Admission at Ohio Wesleyan University
Community Service

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

Preschool Sports is in its 6th year of offering sport classes to children ages 3 - 6 in Avon Lake and is looking for teen volunteers, ages 13-16, who are interested in earning community service hours. If you are interested in volunteering and having fun with young preschoolers, please sign up on the volunteer page of www.preschoolsports.org. For questions, please call Coach Craig at 216-256-0310.
ATHLETICS

The freshmen, JV and varsity volleyball teams each defeated the Lakewood Rangers last night. The varsity team improved their record to 8 – 4 in the SWC. The teams travel to North Ridgeville Thursday night.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Martinizing Dry Cleaner is looking for counter help. 25-30 Hours a week some Saturdays Afternoons 2pm – 7pm (flexible). Must be customer oriented, friendly and reliable! Basic computer knowledge a plus. Perk: Usually time to work on homework.
Visit: www.dryclean-cleveland.com Or call Chris M-F at 440-937-7550 (Leave message if needed

Attention to all students who love learning about politics and would like to have firsthand experience in the election process! Kelly Kraus Mencke for Families is looking for volunteers and interns for Kelly's campaign for the Ohio House of Representatives in this district. This experience includes direct voter contact in the form of: knocking doors and distributing campaign literature, making phone calls, walking in parades, attending community events, and assisting with social media and advertising. You will have a lot of fun gaining experience and knowledge of what it's like to run a campaign! If you're interested in this valuable campaign experience, please respond to Joe Minges, Campaign Manager, at:MingesJM@gmail.com or (513) 479-4619

Babysitter Needed
+ Junior or Senior Girl
+ $100 - $150 per week
+ must have license and reliable transportation
+ 3 kids - ages 10, 7, and 4
+ Highland Park Subdivision, Avon
+ after school, evenings and weekends
+ flexible schedule
Expect 10-15 hrs per week @ $10 per hour - after school (usually 3:00pm – 6:00pm) with optional evenings and weekends. Please call, text or email for more information.
Dave Taylor 216-258-4833 dtaylor@bakerlaw.com
Stephanie Taylor 440-865-5462 staylor31@roadrunner.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

Any Brookside Senior, who missed the meeting on September 14th at the JVS, please come to Student Services and pick up GRADUATION information.


 
Clearview

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Clearview High School will be emailing the daily announcements to all of our students. JVS students... be sure to check your CHS email so you don't miss any important info!

Words of Wisdom:
“We experience what we care for as having worth in its own right.”

BIRTHDAYS
Elijah Herda, Alayna Rivera and Mrs. Farley

SENIOR CREDIT CHECKS
Seniors please see Mrs. Kazel and Mrs. Howard for your senior credit checks any time during your study halls or free time on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

DIESEL WITH DAHMAN
Just a reminder that Diesel with Dahman is on Tuesday and Thursday this week. Next week it will be Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Also, The last day to order your shirt is Friday. Use the link provided on the @dahmanscience twitter page or see Mrs. Dahman.

COLLEGE VISIT
Attention seniors...Ohio University is offering a weekend college visit October 30-31st for Minority students with a 3.0 or higher. All expenses paid, including transportation. See Mrs. Howard or Mrs. Kazel if you are interested in going. You must register by October 12th.

CAREERS IN STEM
Students interested in engineering and manufacturing: LCCC has an upcoming event called “Careers in STEM” on October 4 from 8:30-11:30 am that features female engineering students and engineers from the industry sharing their experiences. This event also includes hands on experience including welding simulator. If you are interested in attending, please see Mrs. Kazel or Mrs. Howard.

DRIVER COMPETITITION
The Lorain County Young Driver Competition will be held on October 7th. Registration forms are available in the main office for those students who have a valid driver’s license.

THURSDAY, September 29th
11:00 am Walsh University ~ Guidance Conference Room
12:00 pm PGT Meeting (Rothacker, Dahman & Molnar)
7° English TBT Meeting
8° Science TBT Meeting
5:30 pm JV Volleyball AWAY @ Brookside
6:30 pm Varsity Volleyball AWAY @ Brookside

FRIDAY, September 30th
Freshmen/Sophomore Apparel Sale begins
4° Senior Class Trip Meeting (Auditorium)
1:45 pm Renaissance (Rothacker)
7:00 pm Varsity Football AWAY @ Oberlin

SATURDAY, October 1st
8:30 am Cross Country @ Vermillion (Obenour CC Invitational)
9:00 am Freshmen Volleyball AWAY @ Elyria (Tri meet)
10:00 am JV Football AWAY @ Fairview

SUNDAY October 2nd
9-1:00 pm Athletic Booster Pancake Breakfast (CHS Cafeteria)
1:30 pm Wooley Bear Festival (Downtown Vermilion)

MENU (salad bar available daily)
Thursday Chicken nuggets, buttered noodles, vegetables, fruit and milk
Friday Beef calzone, vegetables, fruit and milk


 
Columbia

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General Information:
Attention all students: All school fees are due by October 1. School transportation for all extra curricular activities will be denied until past fees are paid. Payment can be made by credit card online on the PayForIt system. You may also pay by cash, check or credit card in the main office. See Mrs. Kobe if you have any questions.

SPIRIT WEEK week continues!
THURSDAY¬ is Class Color Day
• Freshmen wear White;
• Sophomores wear¬ grey
• Juniors wear purple
• Seniors wear¬ Black
• Staff wear Blue
FRIDAY¬ is Green & White Day
All clothing must be school appropriate.

We are on the long assembly schedule on Friday for the homecoming pep rally which begins at 1:50 at the field weather permitting. Late arrival students must be in by 8:05.

The homecoming dance is Saturday, October 1 from 8:00-11:00 pm in the high school gym. If you plan to take a guest to homecoming who is not a Columbia student an out of town guest form must be completed prior to buying tickets. They are available online or in the main office. Presale dance tickets will be sold beginning every morning for $10 before school by the girls locker room door, tickets at the door are $12.

On Thursday, there will be a T-Shirt truck in front of the school, sponsored by Columbia Athletic Boosters, selling beat LW t-shirts. Get some gear for the game on Friday and support our Raiders. T-shirts are $15 a piece, cash only. They WILL have your size.

To celebrate homecoming our biannual $1.00 grilled hot dog lunch will be this Friday during all lunch periods. Mr. Lynch and Mr. Jump will be manning the grills with your main course. Rounding out the lunch will be pasta salad, cole slaw, baked beans strawberry cup and cookie. Extra hot dogs may be purchased for $1.00
Just a reminder to all Leaders Club members, your membership dues of $5.00 is due.

Meetings for the Week:
Key Club meeting: Thursday, September 29 after school in the library. We will be brainstorming fundraising ideas as well as discussing fees. If you cannot attend, see Miss Rothgery or Mrs. Marks.

Sophomore Class officers: Thursday, Sept. 29 after school in Mrs. Bailey’s room
Model UN meeting: next Wednesday October 5th at 2:35 in rm 3. Mr. Polinko will be returning to discuss our conference in December.

Guidance News:
College Visits: the following colleges and universities will be visiting CHS.
Bowling Green University: Tuesday, Oct. 4 at 8:30 am
University of Akron: Monday, Oct. 10 at 8:30 am
If you are interested in meeting with these college representatives, sign up in the guidance office.

Sports News: The volleyball team beat Fairview in three last night in an exciting matchup! Thanks to all the fans who came out and supported our girls!

The Boys soccer team fought hard on Monday’s contest against Avon. The Raiders battled the Eagles to a 1-0 Avon lead at the end of the first half. The final result ended 5-0 but it was a hard fought game from start to finish. The Raiders will get back at it tonight at Fairview High School at 7 pm.

Girls Basketball open gyms: Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:00 to 8:15pm.

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If you did not receive your School portraits, see Mrs. Kobe in the main office. If you did not purchase a photo but were photographed, you may still order online. See your proof package for details. Go to the website and put in our picture Day ID WP066020Y0 and search by your name. Picture retakes will be Friday, Oct. 21 from 10am until 12 noon. If you were unhappy with your package, you must return the entire package when you have your picture retaken at no additional charge. If you were absent and need a picture form, stop in the main office.

Attention Sophomores: You may still order class ring online. Extra order packets are available in the main office and payment options are listed on the Design packet.
Attention all students: Make sure you are using this year’s google classroom account with your first initial, last name and graduation year. Your ID is your password. If you have documents saved in your previous account that used the “colum” password you need to copy those documents into your new account. The old google classroom accounts were deactivated on September 19.

Mark your calendar: Attention seniors: Mark your calendar for Financial Aid Night on October 13 at 7:00 pm. Get help with the FAFSA and all your college financial aid questions at this information session with Jacqui Anderle of College Now. Any questions, see Ms. Neff.

Columbia High school will be administering the PSAT on Wednesday, October 19th. Any junior interested in taking the test should sign up in the guidance office. The cost of the test is $15, payable by cash or check made out to CHS.

The military will be here October 25th at 8:45am to give the ASVAB. Any students interested in taking the ASVAB test, which is the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery exam, should sign up in the guidance office. The test will be given here at CHS on October 25th at 8:45am. The test is open to all students, not only those thinking about enlisting in the military.

General High School Information: If your child will be a new student attending Columbia High school this fall, you must contact our registrar, Liz Wenzel, at Columbia Middle school. Please call for an appointment at 440-236-1236. Mrs. Wenzel will contact you to set up an appointment for you to bring in your child’s paperwork and to register your child. Due to the large volume of registrants, please do not arrive at the middle school without an appointment.

If you would like to park at CHS for the 2016-2017 school year you may still apply. Eligible students must have a 1.5 cumulative GPA, a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance coverage. Applications are available at the HS office or online. The parking fee of $30 is due when you turn in your application.

CHS provides both healthy breakfast and lunch offerings every school day. The price of a school lunch for the 2016-2017 school year is $3.50 and milk is $0.50. Breakfast prices are $1.50. Your child may qualify for free or reduced prices meals. Reduced price lunch is $0.40 and reduced price breakfast is $0.30. Please contact your school office if you need assistance providing school day meals for your child.

School fees and lunch charges may be paid on the PayForIt system online. Report cards were held as well as the release of transcripts and diplomas for unpaid academic fees. Current school fees are due Oct. 1. Transportation for extracurricular activities will be denied for unpaid academic fees after that time . If you would like to set up a payment plan, please contact Mrs. Kobe in the main office at 440-236-5001. You may also pay in the main office with cash, check or credit card in the main office at CHS.

If you are interested in playing winter softball make sure you signup on the sheet in the main office. Please fill it out with your name, grade, phone number and email. More information about costs and schedules will be provided by Coach Lugo.

All high school athletes must have a current physical on file for the first mandatory day of practice per season. The 2016-2017 OHSAA preparticipation physical form is available in the main office or online.

High School Athletic participation fees for the 2016-2017 school year are $150. This fee is due by the sports photo shoot each season. The fee of $150 is per season per athlete; with a family cap of $300.00 per season for 7-12 athletes.
Items of Interest:Congratulations to the following seniors who have been voted by their peers for homecoming court: King Candidates: Lance Boise, Mike Jacobucci, Cody Schwartz, Zack Shaffer, and Garrhett Wheatley. Queen Candidates: Payton Alpine, Audrey Chonko, Sarah Severo, Torrie Shields and Becca Tacchite.
Attention Seniors: Please write down a senior quote you would like to have printed next to your senior portrait in the yearbook. Turn your quotes into Mr. Tullos as soon as possible. Please make sure they are school appropriate. If you need a slip see Mr. Tullos.

Attention girls: There are David's Bridal coupons for $30 off Homecoming dresses on the table in the guidance office. Stop in and grab one!

Job Opportunities: Attention all students and Adults at least 15 and up! Are you looking for a job for the fall Rockin’-R-Ranch is hiring people to fill temporary 6 week part-time jobs for their daytime pumpkin festival or evening haunted house. See posted announcements for more details. Jobs include ACTORS for the Spooky Ranchfor ages 16 & up. Tractor drivers, parking help, etc. Apply in person Wednesday or Thursday 9/7/17, 9/8/16 9/14/16 or 9/15/16 from 5PM to 7PM at Rockin'-R-Ranch 19066 East River Rd. Columbia Station 44028. Or check on the website listed below.
www.spookyranch.com for night-time AND www.clevelandhayride.com for daytime.

Miss Neff has information about a part-time job opening for a warehouse position in the Strongsville Industrial Park. Hours would be after school to approximately 6pm and no weekends. See Miss Neff for more info. They are hiring ASAP.


 
Elyria

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JVS STUDENTS:
Mr. Cake will be out at the JVS from 7:30am -8:00am on Thursday, 10/6 to sell EHS Homecoming tickets. Guest forms are in the Student Services Center. You must turn in a completed Guest form in order to buy a guest ticket. Tickets are $15. for one or $25. for two. Homecoming is Saturday, October 8th from 6:30pm until 10:30 pm. Mr. Cake will also have homecoming court nomination forms on Wednesday for you to fill out.

Football:
The Varsity Football team will be traveling to Shaker Hts. this Saturday for a 1:00 afternoon game. Presale tickets for students can be purchased in the Athletic Office for $4.00. Adult tickets must be purchased at Shaker Heights’ gate. Stop by the Athletic Office to purchase your ticket or if you have any questions. GO PIONEERS!!!

Class Rings:
Jostens will be at Elyria High School this Friday, September 30th during lunch periods in the cafeteria. Please bring your class ring orders to Jostens at this time. Remember to take advantage of all the order day discounts and promotions! Extra order packets are available in the main office and payment options are listed on the Design packet.

Volleyball:
The Elyria Varsity Volleyball team improved to 16 and 1 yesterday defeating Brunswick in 3 sets. Leading scorers for the Pioneers: Kills: Jessie Lee 22, Digs: Madison Cruzado 34, Setting: Rachel Holliday 70 out of 70 with 31 assists. Serving: Madison Cruzado 22/24 with 3 aces.

Homecoming 2016 is HERE!
This year’s theme is Diamonds are Forever. Colors are Red, Black, Silver and White. Our list of dates for this year is as follows:

Tickets now on sale starting today through Oct. 6th at the Spirit Shop. Get your tickets before School from 7:15 to 7:40, during lunch periods, and after School from 2:35 to 3:00. Price is 1 ticket for $15 or 2 for $25. Guest forms MUST be approved prior to purchasing guest ticket.
Monday 10/3: Voting for King and Queen and Prince and Princess
Friday 10/7: Homecoming Game with ceremony prior to game
Saturday 10/8: Homecoming Dance, 6:30-10:30. Doors open at 6

Guest forms are in the Team offices and are due to Mrs. Biltz by October 6th. Watch for more information regarding times for ticket sales. Spirit Week calendars will be out this week.

Anime:
This week's Anime TBD form is available now in 125. Regular meetings resume October 7 with Deathnote!

Attention EPAC Team:
We will have a backstage safety training meeting for ALL members this Friday, September 30 immediately after school on the EPAC stage. All active team members, both new and returning, are requested to be present for this training, which should take about an hour. See you on the 30th.

Attention juniors and seniors!
College visits for this week are John Carroll tomorrow. Sign up in the main office.

Election:
Be part of November’s historic presidential election! IF YOU WILL BE 18 YEARS OLD BY NOVEMBER 8th, COME TO ROOM 206W to register to vote. Deadline to register is OCTOBER 11th. Mrs. Runion will take registrations until FRIDAY, October 7th.

Attention Sophomores and Juniors:
The Preliminary SAT prepares you for the SAT which is used for admissions to most colleges. It also gives juniors a chance to compete for the National Merit Scholarship. The cost is $15.00, and due by October 5, 2016. To sign-up please see Mr. Burke in Team 2 office. Registration begins Sept. 26 – Oct. 5, 2016. The test will take place in the EHS Small Gym Wednesday, Oct. 19th from 7:50 AM – Noon. The first 100 students who sign up, will be offered the test.

FAFSA:
FAFSA sign-ups will take place on Monday, October 3rd from 8am to 6:30pm for students and/or parents in the Media Center. Please stop by the College Now office for the list of items needed for the FAFSA.


 
Firelands

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Reminder: Your meal status from last year rolls over for the first month of school. If you have not turned in an updated meal application, your meal status will change to denied effective this Friday September 30th.

Attention Art Students
The 2016-2017 Art Society list is posted outside of the art room, 209.

It’s t-shirt time again!
The art students have designed original and unique screens to be printed on t-shirts, sweatshirts or tote bags that YOU provide. Any color of 100% cotton garment can be printed with any color of ink. See the artwork on the wall in the cafeteria, study hall or art room to make your selections. Bring your garment and payment to room 209 - the art room- to place your order. Don’t delay - orders close Thur. Oct. 13th.
Support a student artist!

SPORTS NEWS:
Let’s get ready for High School Bowling.
Open practice bowling will be on Tuesday’s starting on September 27th from 7pm to 8:30pm at Rebman’s Rec in Lorain. Bowl 1, 2 or 3 games. Pay for what you bowl. Coaches will be there to help you and answer questions about high school bowling. If more info is needed, email Coach Davis at davisken29@yahoo.com or leave
message at 440-670-2123.
*** A physical is needed for tryouts ***
Tryouts will start the first week of November.

There will be an open gym for any girls interested in playing high school basketball this year on Wednesday from 7-830 in FHS gym

The girls’ soccer team celebrated senior night with a 5-0 win over Clearview. They remain undefeated and are now 6-0-5. Scoring for the Falcons were Lexi McCrary with two, Alaina Becker with her first varsity goal and seniors Sydney Novak and Mikayla Mains each with one. Assisting those goals were seniors Zoe Simmons and
Karli Bukovac each with one along with Emma McDevitt with her first varsity assist. Macey Butchko only needed two saves to pick up the shut out. The team would like to thank all of our seniors: Karli Bukovac, Rachel Coggins, Sarah Gallo, Mikayla Mains, Hailey Mezurek, Sydney Novak, Maddy Sims and Zoe Simmons for all of their hard work this season and wish them good luck in all they do. The girls will be back in action on Wednesday. They play Brooklyn at 5:00.

This past Saturday, the freshman volleyball team remained undefeated as they downed Elyria 25 - 17, 25 - 24, and Fostoria 25 - 8, 25 - 9. It was a total team effort for the Freshman Falcons! Congratulations, girls!

For players that missed the softball meeting on Monday, there are signup forms in the front office. Forms need to be filled out & turned into the Softball mail box no later then next Wednesday (10/5/2016).


 
Keystone

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Attention sophomores. The sophomore t-shirt design contest will take place Oct. 3-6th. Please turn all designs into Miss. Heffernan in room 121 or 123. Designs will not be accepted after Oct. 6th. Students will vote on the designs Oct. 7th. T-shirt sales will take place the following week.

In case you didn’t catch one at the pep rally this is your opportunity to get your very own Keystone pep rally t-shirt. But why stop there? At the low, low price of only $5 you can get one for everyone in your family. Orders are due by Friday October 7th to Mr. Jones. Checks should be made out to Keystone Local Schools. Order forms were distributed in 5th period or are available in the office. Come on and get your shirt and show your Wildcat Pride!

Attention all interested in wrestling this year: There will be a meeting TODAY at 2:30 in room 208 (Coach Vondruska's room).

Hey there Drama Kats! Interested in joining the Drama Club? Come to our Meeting TODAY at 2:30 in Room 124.

CONGRATULATIONS YOUTH 4 YOUTH MEMBERS! Our first meeting will be held TODAY to vote for group officers and plan for upcoming events. See you then!!

NHS applications are now available in Guidance. You must have a 3.5 weighted GPA and be of Junior or Senior standing. Completed applications are due to Senorita by FRIDAY.


 
Midview

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The Lorain County College Fair is Thursday, October 6 from 6:00 -7:30 at LCCC’s Ewing Activities Center. There will be more than 120 colleges, universities, and military academies present. There will also be an optional breakout session at 6:30 called, "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Financial Aid." This is a great information-gathering event, so stop by if you can.

Representatives from the following universities will be here this week: Walsh University today at 9:30. Anyone wishing to meet with either of these representatives should sign up through their Naviance account. You must sign up no later than the day before the visit.

Seniors: The following scholarships are now available in Student Services: The Horatio Alger Scholarship; the Cleveland Browns Foundation’s Marion Motley Scholarship; and The Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship. Applicants must be planning to attend college full-time in the fall. More information about these scholarships is available in Student Services.

College & Financial Aid Parent Information Session: The school counselors will be hosting a College & Financial Aid Parent Information Session on Wednesday, October 12, from 5:30-7 in the APR. Please plan on attending, along with your parents or guardians. We will be sharing important information about the college application process, including how to use Naviance and some very important information and updates about how to apply for financial aid.

Peer Tutoring: Midview High School will be continuing its Peer Tutoring program to provide a resource for students who may need additional help in their classes. Students enrolled in the Peer Tutoring Program will be partnered with tutors who have been approved by one or more faculty members and who have received parental permission. Tutors will assist students with things like classroom lessons, homework assignments, and test preparation. We are looking for qualified students interested in becoming tutors. If you excel in one or more academic subject areas and have a desire to help others, please pick up an application in the in the main office and turn in the completed form to Mr. Johnson Student Services. Don’t forget, this act of service looks wonderful on college and job applications! Mr. Johnson will have a table set up in the APR this Wednesday during lunch if you’re interested in signing up to become a tutor or if you think you could benefit from being assigned a tutor.

NHS: Attention seniors that have received an invitation to apply for Midview High School’s National Honor Society: please remember that your Service and Sponsorship list is due to Mrs. Guildoo today. You may either drop-off your sponsor list to Mrs. Guildoo in room 125 or place it in her mailbox. Please note, if this form is not received by today, then you will not be considered for fall inductions. See Mrs. Guildoo with any questions.

Does anyone out there love music and concerts? Then come to MHS tonight at 7:00 pm. Plain Cities is giving a free concert in the cafeteria. They are a newer band from Columbus. Concert posters are up on the bulletin boards. Anyone is welcome to attend, hope to see you there!

Are you a fun nugget who is excited by diversity? Join us at the International club meeting on Friday after school at 2:20 in Mrs. Eastin's room! We celebrate culture and diversity and we will be talking about what the club entails for all who are interested!

Grafton-Midview Public Library: Take a break from technology and stop by the Digital Detox Zone today after school at the Grafton-Midview Public Library. The program runs from 3:00 to 5:00 and will include board games, duct tape, perler bead crafts, and the newest and coolest coloring books. Snacks and refreshments will also be available. Call the Library or visit the website for more information and to register.

Happy birthday to Domenic Fleming, James Galvin, Cody Gochnour,
and Aaron Milum!


 
North Ridgeville

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The following colleges will be coming for visits. If interested to speak with these representatives please go to the Guidance Office to pick up your visitation form.
• Thursday, September 29th - John Carroll at 11:15
• Friday, September 30th - Walsh Un at 11:15
If you have any questions please see Ms. Fedorko in the Guidance Office.

Homecoming tickets are on sale from now through Friday, October 7th, at the bookstore. Tickets are $25 each. As always, student school fees must be paid to attend and out of school guest forms are available in the main office.

Are you tired of not being able to find a spot to park. You’re in luck! NHS is raffling off the front row parking space for the month of October. Ticket cost is 1 ticket for $1 or 6 tickets for $5. Tickets can be purchased outside the cafeteria during lunch periods or before and after school in Mrs. Weber's room this week.

Anti Bully club will meet Tuesday and Wednesday form 2:30- 3:00 in room 301 and Wednesday at 7 am Hope to see you there. Also if you wanted to order the ABC t-shirt sign up in room 301 before school next week.

Attention freshman, sophomore, and junior prom committee member, there will be a meeting after school on Friday, September 30th, in Mrs Weber's room 346.


 
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

The Oberlin bus to JVS will leave at 7:00am from Oberlin High School from now on.

Volleyball
Congratulations to the Girls Varsity and JV Volleyball teams who won against Warrensville Heights last night. Varsity won 3/0 matches and JV won 2/0 matches. This is the third straight victory for the Junior Varsity team way to go Coach Gonzalez and ladies. The girls will play Black River at home tonight so come out and support!

Girls’ Basketball
There will be a brief meeting on Thursday, September 29th in the library for anyone interested in playing Girls Basketball this season. This is an important meeting with Coach Kelly to discuss the upcoming calendar.

JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
THERE WILL BE A JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS MEETING ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 IN MR. RUSSELL’S ROOM IMMEDIATELY AFTER SCHOOL. ANY QUESTIONS SEE MADDY THOMPSON

BLOOD DRIVE
Blood Drive will be October 6, 2016 please see Ms. Tolbert-Brown to sign-up. Seniors $500 scholarship are provided by Life Share we need as many of you to participate in the blood drives so that we may save lives and provide monies to attend college as well. If you are 16 years of age and want to give blood you will need a signed permission slip from your parents which is due back to Ms. Tolbert-Brown October 4, 2016.

Ninde Scholars Program
Attention Juniors and Seniors! If you signed up or took a permission slip for the Ursuline College and John Carroll University college tour, please bring your permission slip to Ms.Gordon in the Ninde office ASAP. If you have any questions or concerns, please come talk to us in the Ninde Office

Foreign Language Club
Attention Foreign Language Club members! We have our planning meeting on Thursday, September 29th, at 3:25pm in Ms. Hanlon’s classroom! Bring your ideas for the year. If you would still like to join Foreign Language Club, please feel free to come to this meeting!

ATTENTION SENIORS
Mrs. Swanson will be in the cafeteria today during lunch. Please stop by and see her to pick up your transcript and schedule your senior appointment.

OMUN
Reminder to all OMUN members your deposit of $75 is due Monday, October 3rd. Please make checks out to Oberlin High School and give to Mrs. Palermo only! Also, reminder there is a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, October 4th. Bring your rough draft of your resolution.


 
Wellington

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PICTURE RETAKES – October 7th

Yearbook meeting Thursday, 9/29/16 at 3:00pm in room 119.

Freshmen: Keep selling those pastries and cookies through October 4th! If you need more order forms, see Ms. Gallagher in room 101.

Community Service opportunity for anyone interested in helping at the “Run for Your Life” race on October 8th, please sign up in the main office. Any questions, see Mrs. Drake.

HOMECOMING NEWS:
~~~Homecoming Parade on Friday, October 14th before the game.
~~~Homecoming Dance on Saturday, October 15th – 7-10pm
~~~Any student wanting to bring an out of school guest to the dance MUST fill out an out of school guest application.
Forms are available in the main office. Deadline to turn in to Mrs. McCarty is 3:00pm on Tuesday, October 11th.

GUIDANCE NEWS
~~~Sophomores & Juniors: There are still openings for the PSAT test. Cost is $15. Sign up in guidance office.
~~~Juniors & Seniors: Financial Aid Night is Tuesday, October 4th at 6pm in the high school cafeteria. A Lorain County Community College financial aid representative will be here to answer questions about college loans, scholarships, grants, and FAFSA. Juniors, seniors and parents should attend this meeting.

The STAR Talent competition auditions are October 10th and 12th from 4-6pm in the Lindley Center. If you can sing, dance, play in a band, or have some other entertaining skill please come out to audition! The winner receives a $500 prize! For more info see Mr. Conklin.

Life Share Blood Drive – All students that signed up to donate blood are required to complete the yellow parent permission form and turn it in to Mrs. Campo by Wednesday.

Jostens Sophomore & Seniors Dates:
• Ring orders taken 10/5/16 during lunches in the cafeteria
• Ring delivery 12/7/16 during lunches
• Senior class meeting regarding graduation orders & caps/gowns
• Graduation orders taken 10/5 and 12/7/16 during lunches in the cafeteria
• Graduation order delivery 3/8/16 during lunches in the cafeteria
• JVS Senior class meeting – 11/8/16
• JVS Graduation orders taken 11/10, 11/11, 12/9/16
• JVS Graduation order delivery – 4/27 and 4/28/16

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