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OHP AND PARTNER SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 11/15/19

posted Nov 15, 2019, 7:37 AM by Ryin Oder

OHP
The following students need to stop by Student Services: Jayden McMaster, Dominic Ervin, Jay Robinson, Mason Stevenson, Colin Henry, Victoria Parthemore, Draven Barger, Cody Purtee, and Jazmynn Ross.

Happy birthday to:
Robert Rollins - 11/15
Candy Bailey & Jensen Stahler - 11/16
Alexus O'Brien - 11/17

Today's lunch is Taco Bowl or Cheeseburger, Black Beans, Choice of Fruit, and Milk
Monday's lunch is Chicken Strips or BBQ Pork, Fries, Choice of Fruit, and Milk

11/15/2019 – Early Dismissal - Mechanicsburg – Pep Rally – 1:00



BELLEFONTAINE

All Chieftains who love to Ski/Snowboard. The BHS Ski Club discounted rate can now be purchased online at ‪skimadriver.com. The club name is BCS and the password is chiefs. Discounted club rates will be available ‪through December 18.


BEN LOGAN

Hello OHPCC/ CCP/ STW/ CC Students,

Here are your announcements for the month of November:

  • Benjamin Logan High School Announcements: In addition to Mr. Smith's announcements, make sure to read the daily announcements to students at the high school.  Check them daily!
  • College Applications- The Guidance Office is encouraging college-bound seniors to complete admissions applications before Thanksgiving Break.  We will host our 4th (and final) College Application Workshop on Wednesday, November 20th at 1:00 p.m. in the Library.  If you need assistance, please let us know! 
  • EOC Testing- Those juniors and seniors completing EOC testing in December will receive testing notifications once we return from Thanksgiving Break.  Most testing will occur the week of December 9th.
GRAHAM
Do you want some really awesome GRAHAM APPAREL?? CHECK your EMAIL for the WEEKLY FLIER from Mr. Rismiller to see all the possible options to get. ORDERS must be IN by Thursday, November 21.

The Ohio JCI Charitable and Education Foundation Scholarship is available for application. There are 2 scholarships available. One is academic based and one is needs based. All seniors can apply. Check online or in the guidance office.

Do you REMEMBER the CHOCOLATE SUCKERS from ELEMENTARY? Well THEY’RE BACK!  YOUTH and  GOVERNMENT will be SELLING CHOCOLATE SUCKERS for just $1 DURING LUNCHES THRU NEXT WEEK on Friday, November 22, or UNTIL THEY SELL OUT. Get them before they’re gone!

The BETH BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP with awards between $500 and $2500 is AVAILABLE for APPLICATION. This scholarship is for students planning to further their education in the field of medicine.

ACT PREP WORKSHOPS are once again AVAILABLE. This time they will be HELD in TROY on Tuesday, February 25 and Tuesday, March 10. This could be a good way for you to help boost your score.  PICK UP a FORM in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

The ASVAB will be ADMINISTERED on Tuesday, November 26, PERIODS 1 thru 5. If you would LIKE to TAKE it, you NEED to SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE or on NAVIANCE. The DEADLINE to SIGN UP is NEXT WEEK on Thursday, November 21.

There will be a MANDATORY COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS MEETING for the 2020/2021 SCHOOL YEAR NEXT WEEK on Thursday EVENING, November 21, from 6:30 to 7:00. This will be for ANY STUDENT TAKING CCP NEXT SCHOOL YEAR EITHER HERE at GRAHAM, ON-LINE or on COLLEGE CAMPUS.

There will be a FAFSA WORKSHOP NEXT WEEK on Thursday EVENING, November 21, at 5:00 with a FAFSA COMPLETION EVENT IMMEDIATELY AFTERWARDS for HELP with COMPLETING yours ON-LINE.

EDISON STATE and HONDA are WORKING TOGETHER to CONNECT you with a STUDENT INTERNSHIP. You could be earning money, complete your college degree and be debt free. TWO PROGRAMS are AVAILABLE: Electro-Mechanical Degree and Automation and Robotics. Get INFO ON-LINE or in the GUIDANCE OFFICE. INFO MEETING will be Thursday, December 5.

The HENRY & MARGERY BALMUT MEMORIAL STEM SCHOLARSHIP for $1000 is AVAILABLE for ALL SENIORS to apply! PICK UP a COPY in the GUIDANCE OFFICE, on NAVIANCE or OUR WEBSITE.

EDUCATORS RISING is pleased to ANNOUNCE the WINNERS of our SPIRIT STORE NAME and LOGO COMPETITIONS: NAME CONTEST: Jams Pelfrey and his submission of “ONE STOP FALCON SHOP” and LOGO COMPETITION: Albert Arthur and his design will be featured as a mural inside of the store.  CONGRATULATIONS to our winners and THANK YOU to all who entered. We hope to see you at our store in December!

THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI SCHOLARS PROGRAM/SCHOLARSHIP is AVAILABLE for application until February 1. Get INFORMATION in the GUIDANCE OFFICE or ON-LINE.

REMINDER TO ALL STUDENTS ELIGIBLE FOR NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Your COMPLETED PACKETS, ESSAYS and REFERENCE FORMS are DUE to Miss Wick THIS AFTERNOON (11/15) by 3:00.

JUNIORS and SENIORS: Don’t forget the ARMY REP will be HERE NEXT WEEK on Wednesday, November 20, DURING LUNCH and ADVISORY. They will bring pizza and be ready to answer questions about the Army, scholarships and ROTC.

If you’re DONATING BLOOD TODAY (11/15), CHECK your EMAIL!  If you DIDN’T BRING your ID, please GO TO the GUIDANCE OFFICE for a print out in place of an ID.  HOSA MEMBERS CHECK YOUR EMAIL.

Mrs. McKinney’s 5 TH AND 6 TH PERIOD PE CLASSES need to CHANGE CLOTHES and GO TO THE MAIN GYM for CLASS.

INDIAN LAKE

This is a reminder to all Laker Leadership Council members that you have a meeting Monday morning with Mr. Underwood in the Board Office from 8:05 - 9:00.

SADD members will have a short meeting in the library today at 8:05.

Student Council members will meet on Tuesday, November 19, in the cafeteria at 8:05.

There will be no baseball open gym tomorrow. 

NHS members, stop by and see Mrs. Keykens if you would like to be included in the Christmas Angel project. She is counting on you!

If you took the ASVAB here at Indian Lake in October, score interpretation will be on Wednesday November 20th during Laker Time in the Cafeteria.

Tutoring will now be on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00pm.  If you want to go to yoga or health & fitness before
tutoring, you can attend tutoring late and still get credit. This also applies if you are in jazz band.  Please see Mr. Steinbarger if you have any questions.

Youth leadership will be hosting their annual volleyball tournament on Tuesday, November 26th. The tournament will be
single elimination and cost will be $5.00 per person on a team. If you would like to join, complete and turn in the form to Mrs.

Seeley by Thursday, November 21st. $1 donations will be made in order to watch the final game. 

Texas Roadhouse rolls will be ready for pickup immediately after school TODAY. We will be distributing the orders outside the doors at the end of the English hallway. All orders MUST be picked up at this time.

Attention any senior interested in applying to Wright State University.  They have waived their application fee through the
month of November.  All you need to do is stop down to guidance to see Mr. Tuttle or Ms. Poe to get the application waiver code you will need.

Key Club is having a food drive again this year for the St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry until November 22. The winning Laker Time class will receive donuts and chocolate milk.

If you are planning to take CCP classes through Urbana next year, make sure to register for the December 16th Student
Orientation before November 22nd by e-mailing ccplus@urbana.edu. Students taking CCP classes here at Indian
Lake do not need to attend.

BPA members are selling Krispy Kreme donuts for $10 per dozen. Money is due TODAY & delivery will be Thursday the 21st.  Order from any BPA student today. 

The Outreach Centers will be closed Monday.

Lunch
Line 1: Pizza, salad, fruit or juice, and milk
Line 2: Pizza, Bosco cheese sticks, salad, fruit or juice, and milk

Happy birthday today to: 
Callie Stidam and Connor Romanowski
And happy birthday over the weekend to Mr. Schoen and Paige Kindle

KENTON
The annual food drive will take place during the week of November 18th-22nd. Please bring in your canned goods to help the local Kenton community. Winning class will receive a party! Door decorating contest for the best fall door! Winner announced at the end of the day!

***Mandatory HOSA Meeting**** November 19th @ 7:30a.m. The meeting will be located in the choir room. See everyone there.

Retakes for the End of Course State Tests begin on Monday, December 2nd. Letters went home to students involved in retakes. Lists are posted in math and English classrooms. Laptops need to be charged and ready to go for any students taking tests.

If you need to borrow professional clothing, such as a suit or tie, for an academic event or interview, come visit the Wildcat Career Closet!! It's located in the back of the KHS Media Center (library) and open to all students on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th & 8th periods, or by appointment.  For more information, please contact Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

Mrs. Cross - KHS Career Readiness Advisor- will be holding regular office hours on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th and 8th periods in the KHS Media Center (Library).  Either drop by, or schedule a meeting to discuss possible internships, job shadowing opportunities, or your future career interests on a Wednesday (or at another time).  To schedule a meeting,  
please email Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

MECHANICSBURG

Auditions for this year’s musical - Once Upon A Mattress - will be held on Monday, November 18 from 6-9 for High School and Tuesday, November 19 from 6-9 for Middle School and HS call backs.  Audition packets are available outside of Mrs. Marsh’s room #137. Please see Mrs. Marsh with any questions or concerns. All who tryout must have the parent permission and audition form completed prior to their audition. In addition, the musical staff is looking for students who would like to help the musical from behind the curtain.  Individuals who are interested in working with the stage crew, set design and construction, or as a student producer, please see Mrs. Marsh.


Seniors- Make sure you are telling Mrs. Monroe or Mrs. Carter whether you are applying to college, military, or a career. If you are accepted, please let us know so we can celebrate in your success. 


Toy drive to help out the kids that are in the hospital at Christmas .  Toys must be in their packages and stuffed animals must have their tags on them. Toys and gift cards can be placed in their appropriate boxes near the high school office. Thanks for your support.


RIDGEMONT
*Tuesday, November 19th the Cook’s Choice will be a Cheeseburger/Hamburger. 

*Wednesday, November 20th the pizza choice will be either a chicken quesadilla, pepperoni ripper, stuffed crust pizza or pizza rolls. 

*Thursday, November 21st the entrée will be spaghetti.

*Monday, December 2nd there will be no salad lunches available. 

*JH Boys basketball practice for tonight is in Ridgeway from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm.

*There is no school on November 25-29th for Career Exploration, Professional Development and Thanksgiving break.

*Fee payments for November are past due.  Please submit your payment so that students are able to attend field trips.  Thank you!

*On Saturday, November 16, the Spanish Club will be hosting an all you can eat Pancake and Sausage breakfast from 9:00 am-11:00 am in the commons.  Free will donations will be accepted, with all proceeds going toward our upcoming educational trip to Europe.  Thank you for your continuous support!

*Winter Sports pictures will be on November 20th beginning at 2:45pm. 

*The NASP State Archery Tournament will be held on March 21 at the Ohio Expo Center.  Today will be the first archery practice (ONLY FOR STUDENTS COMPETING IN THE STATE TOURNAMENT) in the AG shop immediately following school until 4:30pm.  This is available for students in grades 5-12.  The following permission form must be signed and turned in before students can participate:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yTKxZJH0QVzvxUqwwnRs5NwNl6p3z5K2oUC_4TToaxg/edit

*During the month of November, the Gopher Den will be selling your favorite flavors of hot chocolate!                             

*Students must have fees paid or have a payment plan set up in order to attend field trips.

*We now accept CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS in the Welcome Center!  You can pay fees at any time with no finance charge!  You can also add money to your lunch account or buy Gopher Gear with approximately a 3% finance charge.  Call 937-354-2141 ext. 2201 for details!

*Please remember that our Visitor Policy states that you should call 24 hours in advance to schedule a lunch visit. Please call the Welcome Center at 937-354-2141 option #2.  Visitors are restricted to parents/guardians and grandparents.  Other family members need to be approved by Mrs. Stover.                                                                                                                    

*Please remember to call the school when your child is absent.  A call in should be made by 9:30 a.m. and can be made via the attendance email, (secretary@ridgemont.k12.oh.us), the attendance line (937-354-2141 Option 1) or the main office (937-354-2141 Option 2).

TRIAD
Next week we will be DECA Spirit Week!  Please plan to participate -  

Monday - Marketing Monday (Wear logoed apparel)

Tuesday - Trade Tuesday (What do you want to be when you grow up)

Wednesday - Blue Shirt Wednesday (Wear DECA Blue)

Thursday - College Thursday (wear your college apparel)

Friday - Formal Friday (Business Formal)


Audition sign ups for “Into the Woods”  are posted on the office window. Auditions will be held today after school.


November 26 Mrs. Moore will be holding a FAFSA meeting for students and parents to complete financial forms on line, computers will be available.  It will be held in the auditeria at 6:00 pm.


Athletic Winter Sports passes are available for purchase in the office. Adult passes are $85 and student passes are $60. Ask Mr. Dunn for more information. 


Winter conditioning for ALL student-athletes not in a winter sport will start on December 2 from 2:45-3:45. Winter conditioning will be Monday-Thursday. Please contact Mr. Rose for more information!


URBANA

If you are interested in buying an Urbana yearbook, there are order forms available in the Student Services office at Hi-Point.

**Seniors** Start looking for a baby picture to submit to yearbook!  More information will come next week. You will need to submit by December 1.
**Senior pictures are due in by February 1.

Students who ride bus 7 will ride bus 4 until further notice. 

A memorial celebrating the life of Alex Rader will be held this evening from 7-8pm in the Moss Gym. All are welcome to attend. Staff and students are encouraged to wear blue tomorrow in memory of Alex. Thank you for your attention.

UPCOMING EVENTS
Today, November 15
6:00pm. JV & Var. Boys Scrimmage @ Home
Saturday, November 16
10:30am. JV & Var. Girls Bball @ Madison-Plains HS
Tuesday, November 19
6:00pm. JV & Var. Girls Bball Scrimmage @ Yellow Springs HS
Board of Education Meeting @ Central Office
Wednesday, November 20
1:00pm. Assembly
6:30pm. Football Banquet @ Champaign Co. Fairgrounds
Friday, November 22
5:00pm. JV Girls Skeeter Classic @ Mechanicsburg HS
6:00pm. Varsity Girls Skeeter Classic
JV Boys Bball Scrimmage @ Greenville HS
Saturday, November 23
12:30pm. Bowling Kick Off Tournament @ Columbus Square
Bowling
2:00pm. JV Girls Skeeter Classic @ Home
5:00pm. Var. Girls Skeeter Classic @ Home
Monday, November 25
11:00pm. Sophomores Visit Ohio HiPoint Campus
4:00pm. Bowling @ Southwest Bowl
Tuesday, November 26
4:00pm. Bowling @ Madison Bowling Lane
6:00pm. JV Girls Bball @ Home
7:30pm. Vr. Girls Bball @ Home
Wednesday, November 27
Exchange Day – No School November 28-29
Thanksgiving Break – No School
Friday, November 29
4:30pm. Fr. Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
6:00pm. JV Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
7:30pm. Var. Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
Monday, December 2
2 Hour Delay Day/Teacher Inservice
6:00pm. JV Girls Bball @Home
7:30pm. Var. Girls Bball @ Home
Tuesday, December 3
4:00pm. Bowling @ Southwest Bowl
4:45pm. Fr. Boys Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS
6:00pm. JV Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS
7:30pm. Var. Boys Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS

WAYNESFIELD GOSHEN

On Friday December 20th we will be having the 3rd annual WG Talent Show.  Sign up by email Mrs. Schwartz or signing up on the paper outside of her door.


Students, no one was nominated for TigerUp this week! Please continue to do the right things at all times, for ALL people! It will get noticed at some point! 


If you know the answer to today’s trivia question, please write the answer and your name on a piece of paper and deposit it in the basket by Mrs. Kinstle’s door by noon.  Today’s History Trivia Question is:

15 years ago on May 6, 2004 the final episode of “Friends” aired on NBC after 10 seasons.  Advertisers paid up to $2 million for a 30 second ad. What was the name of the last episode?


Will Kaiden Douglas please come to the office. 

Shirley’s popcorn orders are in - FCA members please pick up your orders after school today in the Auditeria.

Next week, November 18-22, the National Honor Society will have the Annual Food Drive to support the Food Pantry.  All food items are appreciated and will help support the local food pantry and snack pack program. Please be generous with your donations. Thank you

Food can be brought to the following locations;

6th Grade- Ms. Riemesch

7th Grade- Mrs. Kinstle

8th Grade- Mrs. Lament

Freshman- Mr. Epperly

Sophomores- Mrs. Szippl

Juniors- Mr. Bogan

Seniors- Mrs. Jordan



Remember that to get 4 FREE icons on the cover of your 2020 yearbook you must order by Nov. 29th! Go to jostensyearbooks.com or get an order form from the office.


On Monday, November 18th class rings will be delivered - Payments of cash or money orders only will be accepted - no checks.  You can pick them up before school in the concession stand. Also Seniors if you have not placed your cap and gown order you may do so on Monday before school. A down payment of $75 is required.Extra packets are available in the HS office.


WEST LIBERTY-SALEM

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Friday: Robert Rollins, Kathleen Rollins, Hunter Cramer

Saturday: Logan Campbell, Caitlyn King, Madeline McGill

Sunday: Mrs. Nieman, Aidon Koons, Marley Myers, Brooke Dunn




KEY CLUB: Need Community Service? Join Key Club Sunday Nov 17th for Leaf Raking around West Liberty, from 1:30-3:30. Sign up posted outside the HS Counseling office.

FRENCH: It’s French Club Week! There will be French trivia during homeroom every day this week. French Club members will be down to ask questions. Today, 11/15, is our scavenger hunt, please attend! Café Day will be held sometime next week!

NHS: Senior NHS meeting today (Nov. 15th) during homeroom in Mrs. Neer’s room.

SOUND CHECK PERFORMANCE: WLS Show Choir, Sound Check, presents their Annual Showcase today at 7pm and Saturday at 1pm. The theme is “Hooked On a Feeling” and tickets are $5.00 at the door. Come support your classmates and be entertained this weekend!

LINK CREW: Link Crew meeting in Mrs. Roberts room during 2nd HR on Monday, November 18th.

FRESHMEN AND LINK CREW: Link Crew will meet with all Freshmen during 1st HR on Thursday November 21st.

CLASS RING: Josten’s will be here on Friday, 11/22, before school in the cafeteria to deliver class ring orders. Payments of cash or money order only at school, no checks accepted. Still want to order a class ring? Bring a $75 deposit and order form and get a free Adidas backpack and $20 off. Extra packets available in the front office with Mrs. Nieman.

SENIORS: If you did not turn in your graduation order, Josten’s will be back to school on Friday, 11/22 before school in the cafeteria to order. After this date, students will have to place the orders themselves online or directly through Josten’s (not the school).  Please bring in your order form and $75 down payment. Extra packets are available in the front office with Mrs. Nieman.

MUSICAL AUDITIONS: Musical Auditions are November 25 and 26. 3-6:00pm each day. You only need to sign up for one day to audition but will need to plan to be there the entire 3 hours. Sign-up sheets will be posted outside Mr. Henry’s room today.

YEARBOOK: The 2019 yearbook is in. If you ordered one you can pick it up during 2nd homeroom in Mr. Lynxwiler’s room. If you didn’t get one but would still like to buy one, extra copies are available for $35.

HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE

VETERINARY MEDICINE: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a VET FOR A DAY? Join the veterinary students at the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine to learn all about being a veterinarian. VET FOR A DAY is scheduled for Sat, Nov 16 from 10am-3pm for students in grades 6-12. The cost is $45 (includes pizza). Register at http://vet.osu.edu/VFAD.

ATTENTION WORK RELEASE SENIORS WHO ARE 18 AND OVER: ARC Staffing Solutions has manufacturing positions available with shifts starting at 1 pm. They indicated that this employer is within 2 miles of WL-S. You may call ARC at 937-210-5300 for more information or stop by their office at 661 S. Main St., Bellefontaine.

CCP: Mandatory College Credit Plus (CCP) parent meeting for those new to or considering taking CCP classes next school year will be Thursday December 5th, 6:00 in the HS Cafeteria. Students and families are strongly encouraged to attend this informative meeting (for students in grades 7-12 next year).

UU ORIENTATION: Urbana University will be hosting their own College Credit Plus Student/Family Orientation on Monday Dec 16th from 3-5:00 @ the Student Center, Moore Conference Room (lower level). Students interested in taking CCP courses at UU in the future should plan to attend.

INTERNSHIPS: The Dayton Dragons are hiring for internships and part-time positions for the 2020 season!  Even though it might seem early, the Dragons are looking to get a head-start on the hiring process and are looking to fill all open positions by the time schools are on Winter Break. Their positions are mostly part-time internships that allow individuals to work

around school/class schedules and other obligations. They are looking to fill the following positions: Sport Management Assistants, Green Team, Mascots, VIP Guest Services, Grounds Crew, Bat Boy/Girl. Please contact Christine Burns, Dayton Dragons Manager of Corporate Partnerships, at Christine.burns@daytondragons.com.

FREE TRIP: A great opportunity for Sophomores & Juniors: Youth Tour Ohio is an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. this June sponsored by Pioneer Electric. For more information, pick up a flyer in the HS Counseling Office or go to https://www.pioneerec.com/its-back-youth-tour-returns-pioneer-electric.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP FOCUS LIST

COUNSELING OFFICE DUE

DATE LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

1/21/20 Ohio Township Assn App in Counseling Office

1/24/20 ACME Baseball Scholarship (at least one yr ACME Varsity Baseball) App in Counseling Office

1/30/20 James & Pat FitzRandolph WL-S Education Assn App in Counseling Office

2/6/20 Deb Dunham Memorial App in Counseling Office

4/1/20 Champaign County Township Assn (must be Champaign County resident) App in Counseling Office

GUIDANCE DUE DATE COLLEGE/MAJOR SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

Today - BGSU STEM in ACTION scholarships (Education majors) https://www.bgsu.edu/action

DUE DATE OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

Today -  Hagan Scholarship Foundation https://haganscholarships.org/

Due dates vary Horatio Alger Assoc Scholarship https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/

ATHLETICS

Playoff tickets are available in the front office today for $8.00 – see Mrs. Nieman before 3:15 TODAY!

Football Playoff vs. Miamisburg (A) 7:00 pm (Saturday)

Check the schedule for other athletic events this weekend!

BOWLING: First mandatory practice is Tuesday (11/19) from 6-8 at Southwest Bowl. There will also be practice on Thursday

(11/21) 6-8. A parents meeting will follow and should be brief.

WEIGHT ROOM: Open weight room is Tuesday through Thursday, 3-4:30. If you are not accompanied by a coach, you are not permitted in the weight room unless you are there during these times.


OHP AND PARTNER SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 11/14/19

posted Nov 14, 2019, 8:46 AM by Ryin Oder

OHP
Congratulations to the following students on their Mission to Mars Engineering Academy Robot Challenge: 1st place: Kaden Titus (Bellefontaine), Ignacio Gomez-Guardiola (Marysville) and Gabriel Wilson (WLS), 2nd place Damien Opel (ILHS), Tyler Savage (ILHS) and Andy Pepper (Riverside) and 3rd place Katelyn Driscol, (BLSH) Sadie Shellenberger (BLHS) and Liam McConaha (Marysville). 

Teen Eco Summit: Congratulations to the Animal Science students, who have secured $3,5000 including a mini grant ($1000), sponsored by Battelle Research Institute and Logan County Impact Fund ($2500). The students who represented OHP are Chloe Peters (Bellefontaine); Skylah Plank (Triad); Summer Dow (Ben Logan); McKaylia Hageman (Graham); Megan Gierke (Riverside); Arlissa Johnson (Waynesfield-Goshen). 

Today's lunch is Chicken Fried Steak or Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Choice of Fruit, and Milk
Tomorrow's lunch is Taco Bowl or Cheeseburger, Black Beans, Choice of Fruit, and Milk

BELLEFONTAINE

All Chieftains who love to Ski/Snowboard. The BHS Ski Club discounted rate can now be purchased online at ‪skimadriver.com. The club name is BCS and the password is chiefs. Discounted club rates will be available ‪through December 18.


BEN LOGAN

Hello OHPCC/ CCP/ STW/ CC Students,

Here are your announcements for the month of November:

  • Benjamin Logan High School Announcements: In addition to Mr. Smith's announcements, make sure to read the daily announcements to students at the high school.  Check them daily!
  • OHPCC Visit- Mr. Smith will be on campus Thursday (11/14).  Should you need anything, just stop by or let him know!
  • College Applications- The Guidance Office is encouraging college-bound seniors to complete admissions applications before Thanksgiving Break.  We will host our 4th (and final) College Application Workshop on Wednesday, November 20th at 1:00 p.m. in the Library.  If you need assistance, please let us know! 
  • EOC Testing- Those juniors and seniors completing EOC testing in December will receive testing notifications once we return from Thanksgiving Break.  Most testing will occur the week of December 9th.
GRAHAM
Do you want some really awesome GRAHAM APPAREL??  CHECK your EMAIL for the WEEKLY FLIER from Mr. Rismiller to see all the possible options to get.  ORDERS must be IN by Thursday, November 21.

The Ohio JCI Charitable and Education Foundation Scholarship is available for application.  There are 2 scholarships available.  One is academic based and one is needs based.  All seniors can apply.  Check online or in the guidance office.

Do you REMEMBER the CHOCOLATE SUCKERS from ELEMENTARY?  Well THEY’RE BACK!  YOUTH and GOVERNMENT will be SELLING CHOCOLATE SUCKERS for just $1 DURING LUNCHES THRU NEXT WEEK on Friday, November 22, or UNTIL THEY SELL OUT.  Get them before they’re gone!

The BETH BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP with awards between $500 and $2500 is AVAILABLE for APPLICATION.  This scholarship is for students planning to further their education in the field of medicine. 

ACT PREP WORKSHOPS are once again AVAILABLE.  This time they will be HELD in TROY on Tuesday, February 25 and Tuesday, March 10.  This could be a good way for you to help boost your score.  PICK UP a FORM in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

The ASVAB will be ADMINISTERED on Tuesday, November 26, PERIODS 1 thru 5.  If you would LIKE to TAKE it, you NEED to SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE or on NAVIANCE.  The DEADLINE to SIGN UP is NEXT WEEK on Thursday, November 21.

There will be a MANDATORY COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS MEETING for the 2020/2021 SCHOOL YEAR NEXT WEEK on Thursday EVENING, November 21, from 6:30 to 7:00.  This will be for ANY STUDENT TAKING CCP NEXT SCHOOL YEAR EITHER HERE at GRAHAM, ON-LINE or on COLLEGE CAMPUS.

There will be a FAFSA WORKSHOP NEXT WEEK on Thursday EVENING, November 21, at 5:00 with a FAFSA COMPLETION EVENT IMMEDIATELY AFTERWARDS for HELP with COMPLETING yours ON-LINE.

EDISON STATE and HONDA are WORKING TOGETHER to CONNECT you with a STUDENT INTERNSHIP.  You could be earning money, complete your college degree and be debt free.  TWO PROGRAMS are AVAILABLE:  Electro-Mechanical Degree and Automation and Robotics.  Get INFO ON-LINE or in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.  INFO MEETING will be Thursday, December 5.

The HENRY & MARGERY BALMUT MEMORIAL STEM SCHOLARSHIP for $1000 is AVAILABLE for ALL SENIORS to apply!  PICK UP a COPY in the GUIDANCE OFFICE, on NAVIANCE or OUR WEBSITE.

EDUCATORS RISING is pleased to ANNOUNCE the WINNERS of our SPIRIT STORE NAME and LOGO      COMPETITIONS:  NAME CONTEST:  Jams Pelfrey and his submission of “ONE STOP FALCON SHOP” and LOGO COMPETITION:  Albert Arthur and his design will be featured as a mural inside of the store.  CONGRATULATIONS to our winners and THANK YOU to all who entered.  We hope to see you at our store in December!

THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI SCHOLARS PROGRAM/SCHOLARSHIP is AVAILABLE for application until February 1.  Get INFORMATION in the GUIDANCE OFFICE or ON-LINE.

REMINDER TO ALL STUDENTS ELIGIBLE FOR NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY:  Your COMPLETED PACKETS, ESSAYS and REFERENCE FORMS are DUE to Miss Wick TOMORROW (11/15) AFTERNOON by 3:00.

JUNIORS and SENIORS:  Don’t forget the ARMY REP will be HERE NEXT WEEK on Wednesday, November 20, DURING LUNCH and ADVISORY.  They will bring pizza and be ready to answer questions about the Army, scholarships and ROTC.

INDIAN LAKE

There is a Track meeting scheduled for both boys and girls today in the cafeteria at 8:05.

Senior class officers will meet in Guidance today at 8:05.

FCCLA members will meet in the Foods Lab today at 8:05.

Texas Roadhouse rolls will be ready for pickup immediately after school on Friday. We will be distributing the orders outside the doors at the end of the English hallway. All orders MUST be picked up at this time.

Key Club is having a food drive again this year for the St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry until November 22. The winning Laker Time class will receive donuts and chocolate milk.  

If you are planning to take CCP classes through Urbana next year, make sure to register for the December 16th Student
Orientation before November 22nd by e-mailing ccplus@urbana.edu. Students taking CCP classes here at Indian Lake do not need to attend.

BPA members are selling Krispy Kreme donuts for $10 per dozen.  Money is due by Friday the 15th & delivery will be Thursday the 21st.  Order from any BPA student today.

For E-sports today, Overwatch will again be the focus.  Please bring any personal peripherals you want, particularly headsets.  If you cannot make and have not filled out the Overwatch information form yet, please see Mr. Dunn ASAP.  For those not interested in Overwatch, still bring your switches and we will have Smash Ultimate going as well.
Troy Chiefari, the e-sports head coach at Ohio Northern University will be here this Friday in the auditorium during Laker
Time to meet with all Indian Lake E-sports members. Also invited to the meeting is anyone interested in pursuing e-sports in college for the games Overwatch, League of Legends, Team Fortress Two, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Rainbow 6 Siege, Rocket League, Fortnite, PlayerUnknown & Battlegrounds, Apex Legends, or Hearthstone.    

The Outreach Centers will be closed Monday, November 18th.

KENTON
There will be a softball info meeting today, Nov. 14th, in the gym at 7:45 a.m.

Lady Cats Softball Meeting today 11/14/19 at 7:45 AM in the Gym. Quick info meeting. Go Cats

The annual food drive will take place during the week of November 18th-22nd. Please bring in your canned goods to help the local Kenton community. Winning class will receive a party! Door decorating contest for the best fall door! Winner announced at the end of the day!

If you need to borrow professional clothing, such as a suit or tie, for an academic event or interview, come visit the Wildcat Career Closet!! It's located in the back of the KHS Media Center (library) and open to all students on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th & 8th periods, or by appointment.  For more information, please contact Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

Mrs. Cross - KHS Career Readiness Advisor- will be holding regular office hours on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th and 8th periods in the KHS Media Center (Library).  Either drop by, or schedule a meeting to discuss possible internships, job shadowing opportunities, or your future career interests on a Wednesday (or at another time).  To schedule a meeting,
please email Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

MECHANICSBURG

Auditions for this year’s musical - Once Upon A Mattress - will be held on Monday, November 18 from 6-9 for High School and Tuesday, November 19 from 6-9 for Middle School and HS call backs.  Audition packets are available outside of Mrs. Marsh’s room #137. Please see Mrs. Marsh with any questions or concerns. All who tryout must have the parent permission and audition form completed prior to their audition. In addition, the musical staff is looking for students who would like to help the musical from behind the curtain.  Individuals who are interested in working with the stage crew, set design and construction, or as a student producer, please see Mrs. Marsh.


Seniors- Make sure you are telling Mrs. Monroe or Mrs. Carter whether you are applying to college, military, or a career. If you are accepted, please let us know so we can celebrate in your success. 


Toy drive to help out the kids that are in the hospital at Christmas .  Toys must be in their packages and stuffed animals must have their tags on them. Toys and gift cards can be placed in their appropriate boxes near the high school office. Thanks for your support. 


Study hall will be in Mrs. Dodane’s Room #212 today


Congratulations:  Congratulations to Bailey Hursey on your acceptance to Urbana University. GO BLUE KNIGHTS!


RIDGEMONT

*There is no school on November 25-29th for Career Exploration, Professional Development and Thanksgiving break.

*Fee payments for November are past due. Please submit your payment so that students are able to attend field trips. Thank you! *On Saturday, November 16, the Spanish Club will be hosting an all you can eat Pancake and Sausage breakfast from 9:00 am-11:00 am in the commons. Free will donations will be accepted, with all proceeds going toward our upcoming educational trip to Europe. Thank you for your continuous support! *Winter Sports pictures will be on November 20th beginning at 2:45pm. *The NASP State Archery Tournament will be held on March 21 at the Ohio Expo Center. Thursday, November 14 will be the first archery practice (ONLY FOR STUDENTS COMPETING IN THE STATE TOURNAMENT) in the AG shop immediately following school until 4:30pm. This is available for students in grades 5-12. The following permission form must be signed and turned in before students can participate: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yTKxZJH0QVzvxUqwwnRs5NwNl6p3z5K2oUC_4TToaxg/edit *During the month of November, the Gopher Den will be selling your favorite flavors of hot chocolate! *Students must have fees paid or have a payment plan set up in order to attend field trips. *We now accept CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS in the Welcome Center! You can pay fees at any time with no finance charge! You can also add money to your lunch account or buy Gopher Gear with approximately a 3% finance charge. Call 937-354-2141 ext. 2201 for details! *Please remember that our Visitor Policy states that you should call 24 hours in advance to schedule a lunch visit. Please call the Welcome Center at 937-354-2141 option #2. Visitors are restricted to parents/guardians and grandparents. Other family members need to be approved by Mrs. Stover. *Please remember to call the school when your child is absent. A call in should be made by 9:30 a.m. and can be made via the attendance email, (secretary@ridgemont.k12.oh.us), the attendance line (937-354-2141 Option 1) or the main office (937-354-2141 Option 2).


TRIAD
Next week we will be DECA Spirit Week!  Please plan to participate -  

Monday - Marketing Monday (Wear logoed apparel)

Tuesday - Trade Tuesday (What do you want to be when you grow up)

Wednesday - Blue Shirt Wednesday (Wear DECA Blue)

Thursday - College Thursday (wear your college apparel)

Friday - Formal Friday (Business Formal)


Audition sign ups for “Into the Woods”  are posted on the office window. Auditions will be held today and tomorrow after school.


November 26 Mrs. Moore will be holding a FAFSA meeting for students and parents to complete financial forms on line, computers will be available.  It will be held in the auditeria at 6:00 pm.


Athletic Winter Sports passes are available for purchase in the office. Adult passes are $85 and student passes are $60. Ask Mr. Dunn for more information. 


Winter conditioning for ALL student-athletes not in a winter sport will start on December 2 from 2:45-3:45. Winter conditioning will be Monday-Thursday. Please contact Mr. Rose for more information!


URBANA

If you are interested in buying an Urbana yearbook, there are order forms available in the Student Services office at Hi-Point.

**Seniors** Start looking for a baby picture to submit to yearbook!  More information will come next week. You will need to submit by December 1.
**Senior pictures are due in by February 1.

UPCOMING EVENTS
Today, November 14
1:30pm. Assembly
Friday, November 15
6:00pm. JV & Var. Boys Scrimmage @ Home
Saturday, November 16
10:30am. JV & Var. Girls Bball @ Madison-Plains HS
Tuesday, November 19
6:00pm. JV & Var. Girls Bball Scrimmage @ Yellow Springs HS
Board of Education Meeting @ Central Office
Wednesday, November 20
1:00pm. Assembly
6:30pm. Football Banquet @ Champaign Co. Fairgrounds
Friday, November 22
5:00pm. JV Girls Skeeter Classic @ Mechanicsburg HS
6:00pm. Varsity Girls Skeeter Classic
JV Boys Bball Scrimmage @ Greenville HS
Saturday, November 23
12:30pm. Bowling Kick Off Tournament @ Columbus Square
Bowling
2:00pm. JV Girls Skeeter Classic @ Home
5:00pm. Var. Girls Skeeter Classic @ Home
Monday, November 25
11:00pm. Sophomores Visit Ohio HiPoint Campus
4:00pm. Bowling @ Southwest Bowl
Tuesday, November 26
4:00pm. Bowling @ Madison Bowling Lane
6:00pm. JV Girls Bball @ Home
7:30pm. Vr. Girls Bball @ Home
Wednesday, November 27
Exchange Day – No School November 28-29
Thanksgiving Break – No School
Friday, November 29
4:30pm. Fr. Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
6:00pm. JV Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
7:30pm. Var. Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
Monday, December 2
2 Hour Delay Day/Teacher Inservice
6:00pm. JV Girls Bball @Home
7:30pm. Var. Girls Bball @ Home
Tuesday, December 3
4:00pm. Bowling @ Southwest Bowl
4:45pm. Fr. Boys Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS
6:00pm. JV Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS
7:30pm. Var. Boys Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS

WAYNESFIELD GOSHEN

On Monday, November 18th class rings will be delivered - Payments of cash or money orders only will be accepted - no checks.  You can pick them up before school in the concession stand. Also Seniors if you have not placed your cap and gown order you may do so on Monday before school. A down payment of $75 is required.Extra packets are available in the HS office.

On Friday December 20th we will be having the 3rd annual WG Talent Show.  Sign up by email Mrs. Schwartz or signing up on the paper outside of her door.

Next week, November 18-22, the National Honor Society will have the Annual Food Drive to support the Food Pantry.  All food items are appreciated and will help support the local food pantry and snack pack program. Please be generous with your donations. Thank you

Food can be brought to the following locations;

6th Grade- Ms. Riemesch

7th Grade- Mrs. Kinstle

8th Grade- Mrs. Lament

Freshman- Mr. Epperly

Sophomores- Mrs. Szippl

Juniors- Mr. Bogan

Seniors- Mrs. Jordan


If you know the answer to today’s trivia question, please write the answer on a piece of paper and deposit it in the basket by Mrs. Kinstle’s door by noon.  Today’s History Trivia Question is:

40 years ago in June, 1979, McDonalds sold its first meal in a red cardboard box with a yellow smiley face and the McDonalds logo that we know as a Happy Meal.  List one of the first six Happy Meal toys.

Remember that to get 4 FREE icons on the cover of your 2020 yearbook you must order by Nov. 29th! Go to jostensyearbooks.com or get an order form from the office.

WEST LIBERTY-SALEM

KEY CLUB: Need Community Service? Join Key Club Sunday Nov 17th for Leaf Raking around West Liberty, from 1:30-3:30. Sign up posted outside the HS Counseling office. FRENCH: It’s French Club Week! There will be French trivia during homeroom every day this week. French Club members will be down to ask questions. Friday, 11/15 is our scavenger hunt, please attend! Café Day will be held sometime next week! SENIORS: During HR today, Deputy Jarzab will be meeting with you briefly about ALICE protocols and procedures in the elementary gym. After this meeting, Mr. Johnson will be meeting with Seniors who are going on the NYC trip to go over information related to the trip. If you are a work release student or leave for CCP classes, please try to be at this meeting from 12:38-1:08 or make sure someone gets the information to you. NHS: Senior NHS meeting Friday (Nov. 15th) during homeroom in Mrs. Neer’s room. SOUND CHECK PERFORMANCE: WLS Show Choir, Sound Check, presents their Annual Showcase this Friday at 7pm and Saturday at 1 pm. The theme is “Hooked On a Feeling” and tickets are $5.00 at the door. Come support your classmates and be entertained this weekend! SCHOLARSHIP WINNER: Our very own Cheyenne Gluckle was recognized on Wednesday as a recipient of the 2019 Student of Integrity Scholarship winner at OSU’s Student Union. The Better Business Bureau Center for Character Ethics hosts the ‘Torch Award for Ethics’ luncheon each year, recognizing seniors across the region that are selected for this award. Our last student to win this award was Katie Hartsel. LEADERSHIP AWARD: Last week, the Madison Champaign ESC hosted their first Community Stars Recognition dinner to recognize up to 2 students per school in each county that exemplify servant leadership in their school and community. WL-S nominated Cheyenne Gluckle and Wyatt Wilcoxon. At the conclusion of the ceremony, they selected one overall winner among the nominees to win their ‘Superstar Award’, and Wyatt Wilcoxon was selected as the winner! LINK CREW: Link Crew meeting in Mrs. Roberts room during 2nd HR on Tuesday November 19th. FRESHMEN AND LINK CREW: Link Crew will meet with all Freshmen during 1st HR on Thursday November 21st. MUSICAL AUDITIONS: Musical Auditions are November 25 and 26. 3-6:00pm each day. You only need to sign up for one day to audition but will need to plan to be there the entire 3 hours. Sign-up sheets will be posted outside Mr. Henry’s room today. YEARBOOK: The 2019 yearbook is in. If you ordered one you can pick it up during 2nd homeroom in Mr. Lynxwiler’s room. If you didn’t get one but would still like to buy one, extra copies are available for $35. HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE ATTENTION 10TH GRADERS: Interested in representing WL-S while gaining valuable life-changing leadership skills at a Nationally recognized Youth Leadership conference? If so, HOBY is for you. Prior HOBY attendees will be visiting 10th gr HR this week to explain the program. Those interested should submit a 250 word essay on ‘What leadership means to you” to Mrs. Smith by November 22. One person will be selected to attend all-expense paid and represent WL-S. VETERINARY MEDICINE: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a VET FOR A DAY? Join the veterinary students at the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine to learn all about being a veterinarian. VET FOR A DAY is scheduled for Sat, Nov 16 from 10am-3pm for students in grades 6-12. The cost is $45 (includes pizza). Register at http://vet.osu.edu/VFAD. ATTENTION WORK RELEASE SENIORS WHO ARE 18 AND OVER: ARC Staffing Solutions has manufacturing positions available with shifts starting at 1 pm. They indicated that this employer is within 2 miles of WL-S. You may call ARC at 937-210-5300 for more information or stop by their office at 661 S. Main St., Bellefontaine. CCP: Mandatory College Credit Plus (CCP) parent meeting for those new to or considering taking CCP classes next school year will be Thursday December 5th, 6:00 in the HS Cafeteria. Students and families are strongly encouraged to attend this informative meeting (for students in grades 7-12 next year). UU ORIENTATION: Urbana University will be hosting their own College Credit Plus Student/Family Orientation on Monday Dec 16th from 3-5:00 @ the Student Center, Moore Conference Room (lower level). Students interested in taking CCP courses at UU in the future should plan to attend. INTERNSHIPS: The Dayton Dragons are hiring for internships and part-time positions for the 2020 season! Even though it might seem early, the Dragons are looking to get a head-start on the hiring process and are looking to fill all open positions by the time schools are on Winter Break. Their positions are mostly part-time internships that allow individuals to work around school/class schedules and other obligations. They are looking to fill the following positions: Sport Management Assistants, Green Team, Mascots, VIP Guest Services, Grounds Crew, Bat Boy/Girl. Please contact Christine Burns, Dayton Dragons Manager of Corporate Partnerships, at Christine.burns@daytondragons.com. FREE TRIP: A great opportunity for Sophomores & Juniors: Youth Tour Ohio is an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. this June sponsored by Pioneer Electric. For more information, pick up a flyer in the HS Counseling Office or go to https://www.pioneerec.com/its-back-youth-tour-returns-pioneer-electric. SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP FOCUS LIST COUNSELING OFFICE DUE DATE LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY 1/21/20 Ohio Township Assn App in Counseling Office 1/24/20 ACME Baseball Scholarship (at least one yr ACME Varsity Baseball) App in Counseling Office 1/30/20 James & Pat FitzRandolph WL-S Education Assn App in Counseling Office 2/6/20 Deb Dunham Memorial App in Counseling Office 4/1/20 Champaign County Township Assn (must be Champaign County resident) App in Counseling Office GUIDANCE DUE DATE COLLEGE/MAJOR SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY 1/15/20 BGSU STEM in ACTION scholarships (Education majors) https://www.bgsu.edu/action DUE DATE OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY 11/15/19 Hagan Scholarship Foundation https://haganscholarships.org/ Due dates vary Horatio Alger Assoc Scholarship https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/ ATHLETICS Varsity Boys Basketball Scrimmage (A) @ Ridgemont HS 6:00 pm (see below about riding a Spirit Bus to the playoff game on Saturday!) SPIRIT BUS!: We will have a bus that will transport students to the football game on Saturday. If you’d like to ride the bus, please go to the HS Guidance Office to sign up and get a permission slip. There is NO COST to ride the bus but we need at least 25 students to schedule it. Please sign up ASAP if you’d like to ride the Spirit Bus and support our team! BOWLING: First mandatory practice is Tuesday (11/19) from 6-8 at Southwest Bowl. There will also be practice on Thursday (11/21) 6-8. A parents meeting will follow and should be brief. WEIGHT ROOM: Open weight room is Tuesday through Thursday, 3-4:30. If you are not accompanied by a coach, you are not permitted in the weight room unless you are there during these times.

OHP AND PARTNER SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 11/13/19

posted Nov 13, 2019, 7:50 AM by Ryin Oder   [ updated Nov 13, 2019, 8:25 AM ]

OHP
Congratulations to the following students on their Mission to Mars Engineering Academy Robot Challenge: 1st place: Kaden Titus (Bellefontaine), Ignacio Gomez-Guardiola (Marysville) and Gabriel Wilson (WLS), 2nd place Damien Opel (ILHS), Tyler Savage (ILHS) and Andy Pepper (Riverside) and 3rd place Katelyn Driscol, (BLSH) Sadie Shellenberger (BLHS) and Liam McConaha (Marysville). 

Teen Eco Summit: Congratulations to the Animal Science students, who have secured $3,5000 including a mini grant ($1000), sponsored by Battelle Research Institute and Logan County Impact Fund ($2500). The students who represented OHP are Chloe Peters (Bellefontaine); Skylah Plank (Triad); Summer Dow (Ben Logan); McKaylia Hageman (Graham); Megan Gierke (Riverside); Arlissa Johnson (Waynesfield-Goshen). 

Today's lunch is Loaded Baked Potato or Sloppy Joe, Baked Potato, Choice of Fruit, and Milk
Tomorrow's lunch is Chicken Fried Steak or Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Choice of Fruit, and Milk

BELLEFONTAINE

All Chieftains who love to Ski/Snowboard. The BHS Ski Club discounted rate can now be purchased online at ‪skimadriver.com. The club name is BCS and the password is chiefs. Discounted club rates will be available ‪through December 18.


BEN LOGAN

Hello OHPCC/ CCP/ STW/ CC Students,

Here are your announcements for the month of November:

  • Benjamin Logan High School Announcements: In addition to Mr. Smith's announcements, make sure to read the daily announcements to students at the high school.  Check them daily!
  • OHPCC Visit- Mr. Smith will be on campus Thursday (11/14).  Should you need anything, just stop by or let him know!
  • College Applications- The Guidance Office is encouraging college-bound seniors to complete admissions applications before Thanksgiving Break.  We will host our 4th (and final) College Application Workshop on Wednesday, November 20th at 1:00 p.m. in the Library.  If you need assistance, please let us know! 
  • EOC Testing- Those juniors and seniors completing EOC testing in December will receive testing notifications once we return from Thanksgiving Break.  Most testing will occur the week of December 9th.

GRAHAM
Do you want some really awesome GRAHAM APPAREL?? CHECK your EMAIL for the WEEKLY FLIER from Mr. Rismiller to see all the possible options to get. ORDERS must be IN by Thursday, November 21.

SENIORS: If you are THINKING of ATTENDING Sinclair AFTER GRADUATION, DON’T FORGET PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE is Sunday, December 15. Also, APPLY for their SCHOLARSHIPS at Sinclair.edu/scholarships.

The Ohio JCI Charitable and Education Foundation Scholarship is available for application. There are 2 scholarships available. One is academic based and one is needs based. All seniors can apply. Check online or in the guidance office.

Do you REMEMBER the CHOCOLATE SUCKERS from ELEMENTARY? Well THEY’RE BACK!  YOUTH and GOVERNMENT will be SELLING CHOCOLATE SUCKERS for just $1 DURING LUNCHES THRU NEXT WEEK on Friday, November 22, or UNTIL THEY SELL OUT. Get them before they’re gone!

The International Student Exchange Program offers students a chance to study abroad at places like Thailand, China, Canada, Mexico, etc. They also have a scholarship possibility through the Walter Danielson Scholarship. Get info on-line or in the guidance office.

The BETH BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP with awards between $500 and $2500 is AVAILABLE for APPLICATION. This scholarship is for students planning to further their education in the field of medicine.

ACT PREP WORKSHOPS are once again AVAILABLE. This time they will be HELD in TROY on Tuesday, February 25 and Tuesday, March 10. This could be a good way for you to help boost your score.  PICK UP a FORM in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

The ASVAB will be ADMINISTERED on Tuesday, November 26, PERIODS 1 thru 5. If you would LIKE to TAKE it, you NEED to SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE or on NAVIANCE. The DEADLINE to SIGN UP is NEXT WEEK on Thursday, November 21.

There will be a MANDATORY COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS MEETING for the 2020/2021 SCHOOL YEAR NEXT WEEK on Thursday EVENING, November 21, from 6:30 to 7:00. This will be for ANY STUDENT TAKING CCP NEXT SCHOOL YEAR EITHER HERE at GRAHAM, ON-LINE or on COLLEGE CAMPUS.

There will be a FAFSA WORKSHOP NEXT WEEK on Thursday EVENING, November 21, at 5:00 with a FAFSA COMPLETION EVENT IMMEDIATELY AFTERWARDS for HELP with COMPLETING yours ON-LINE.

The UNITED STATES AIR FORCE REPRESENTATIVE will be HERE TOMORROW (11/14) at 9:30. Please SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

EDISON STATE and HONDA are WORKING TOGETHER to CONNECT you with a STUDENT INTERNSHIP. You could be earning money, complete your college degree and be debt free. TWO PROGRAMS are AVAILABLE: Electro-Mechanical Degree and Automation and Robotics. Get INFO ON-LINE or in the GUIDANCE OFFICE. INFO MEETING will be Thursday, December 5.

HOSA NEEDS YOUR HELP! We are EXTENDING the DEADLINE for PERMISSION SLIPS for the BLOOD DRIVE UNTIL TODAY (11/13). Please RETURN your SLIPS to Mrs. Hess ASAP. BE A HERO – DONATE BLOOD!!

The ARMY VISIT TODAY (11/13) in the CONFERENCE ROOM will be RESCHEDULED for NEXT WEEK on Wednesday, November 20, DURING LUNCH and ADVISORY due to the delay. 

WRESTLERS: PICTURE DAY is TODAY (11/13). If you NEED a PICTURE PACKET, SEE Mrs. Compton.

THANKS to Mrs. Fletcher for all the laughs and amazing music and have a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY. 

The HENRY & MARGERY BALMUT MEMORIAL STEM SCHOLARSHIP for $1000 is AVAILABLE for ALL SENIORS to apply! PICK UP a COPY in the GUIDANCE OFFICE, on NAVIANCE or OUR WEBSITE.

EDUCATORS RISING is pleased to ANNOUNCE the WINNERS of our SPIRIT STORE NAME and LOGO COMPETITIONS: NAME CONTEST: Jams Pelfrey and his submission of “ONE STOP FALCON SHOP” and LOGO COMPETITION: Albert Arthur and his design will be featured as a mural inside of the store.  CONGRATULATIONS to our winners and THANK YOU to all who entered. We hope to see you at our store in December!

INDIAN LAKE

Football players have a meeting this morning in the cafeteria at 8:20.

There is a Track meeting scheduled for both boys and girls on Thursday in the cafeteria at 8:05.

Senior class officers will meet in Guidance on Thursday at 8:05.

FCCLA members will meet in the Foods Lab on Thursday at 8:05.

Texas Roadhouse rolls will be ready for pickup immediately after school on Friday. We will be distributing the orders outside the doors at the end of the English hallway. All orders MUST be picked up at this time.

Key Club is having a food drive again this year for the St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry until November 22. The winning Laker Time class will receive donuts and chocolate milk.  

If you are planning to take CCP classes through Urbana next year, make sure to register for the December 16th Student
Orientation before November 22nd by e-mailing ccplus@urbana.edu. Students taking CCP classes here at Indian Lake do not need to attend.

BPA members are selling Krispy Kreme donuts for $10 per dozen.  Money is due by Friday the 15th & delivery will be Thursday the 21st.  Order from any BPA student today.

For E-sports today, Overwatch will again be the focus.  Please bring any personal peripherals you want, particularly headsets.  If you cannot make and have not filled out the Overwatch information form yet, please see Mr. Dunn ASAP.  For those not interested in Overwatch, still bring your switches and we will have Smash Ultimate going as well.
Troy Chiefari, the e-sports head coach at Ohio Northern University will be here this Friday in the auditorium during Laker
Time to meet with all Indian Lake E-sports members. Also invited to the meeting is anyone interested in pursuing e-sports in college for the games Overwatch, League of Legends, Team Fortress Two, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Rainbow 6 Siege, Rocket League, Fortnite, PlayerUnknown & Battlegrounds, Apex Legends, or Hearthstone.    

The Outreach Centers will be closed Monday, November 18th.

Lunch
Line 1: Pizza, Sub sandwich, broccoli w/cheese, celery sticks, fruit
or juice, and milk
Line 2: Pizza, poppy seed chicken, oven fries, broccoli, muffin,
fruit or juice, and milk

Happy birthday today to Briauna Chamberlin

KENTON
KHS ROBOTICS will meet again today, November 13, 2019 at 7:00 a.m. in room 205. Anyone interested in building and programming robots and drones should attend. Teams are forming soon so come see what robotics is all about. See Mr. Funkhouser or Mr. Frey for more details.

There will be a softball info meeting this Thursday, Nov. 14th, in the gym at 7:45 a.m.

Lady Cats Softball Meeting Thursday 11/14/19 at 7:45 AM in the Gym. Quick info meeting. Go Cats

The annual food drive will take place during the week of November 18th-22nd. Please bring in your canned goods to help the local Kenton community. Winning class will receive a party! Door decorating contest for the best fall door! Winner announced at the end of the day!

If you need to borrow professional clothing, such as a suit or tie, for an academic event or interview, come visit the Wildcat Career Closet!! It's located in the back of the KHS Media Center (library) and open to all students on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th & 8th periods, or by appointment.  For more information, please contact Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

Mrs. Cross - KHS Career Readiness Advisor- will be holding regular office hours on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th and 8th periods in the KHS Media Center (Library).  Either drop by, or schedule a meeting to discuss possible internships, job shadowing opportunities, or your future career interests on a Wednesday (or at another time).  To schedule a meeting, please email Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

MECHANICSBURG

General Livestock practices will begin today, Wednesday the 13th, at 6 pm in Mr. Neer's room.


Auditions for this year’s musical - Once Upon A Mattress - will be held on Monday, November 18 from 6-9 for High School and Tuesday, November 19 from 6-9 for Middle School and HS call backs.  Audition packets are available outside of Mrs. Marsh’s room #137. Please see Mrs. Marsh with any questions or concerns. All who tryout must have the parent permission and audition form completed prior to their audition. In addition, the musical staff is looking for students who would like to help the musical from behind the curtain.  Individuals who are interested in working with the stage crew, set design and construction, or as a student producer, please see Mrs. Marsh.


Seniors- Make sure you are telling Mrs. Monroe or Mrs. Carter whether you are applying to college, military, or a career. If you are accepted, please let us know so we can celebrate in your success. 


Toy drive to help out the less fortunate at Dayton Children’s Hospital.  Toys must be in their packages and stuffed animals must have their tags on them. Toys and gift cards can be placed in their appropriate boxes near the high school office. Thanks for your support. 


Congratulations:  Congratulations to Bailey Hursey on your acceptance to Urbana University. GO BLUE KNIGHTS!


RIDGEMONT

*The Fall Sports Banquet is TODAY at 6 p.m. *There is no school on November 25-29th for Career Exploration, Professional Development and Thanksgiving break. *Fee payments for November are past due. Please submit your payment so that students are able to attend field trips. Thank you! *On Saturday, November 16, the Spanish Club will be hosting an all you can eat Pancake and Sausage breakfast from 9:00 am-11:00 am in the commons. Free will donations will be accepted, with all proceeds going toward our upcoming educational trip to Europe. Thank you for your continuous support! *Winter Sports pictures will be on November 20th beginning at 2:45pm. *The NASP State Archery Tournament will be held on March 21 at the Ohio Expo Center. Thursday, November 14 will be the first archery practice (ONLY FOR STUDENTS COMPETING IN THE STATE TOURNAMENT) in the AG shop immediately following school until 4:30pm. This is available for students in grades 5-12. The following permission form must be signed and turned in before students can participate: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yTKxZJH0QVzvxUqwwnRs5NwNl6p3z5K2oUC_4TToaxg/edit *During the month of November, the Gopher Den will be selling your favorite flavors of hot chocolate! *Students must have fees paid or have a payment plan set up in order to attend field trips. *We now accept CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS in the Welcome Center! You can pay fees at any time with no finance charge! You can also add money to your lunch account or buy Gopher Gear with approximately a 3% finance charge. Call 937-354-2141 ext. 2201 for details! *Please remember that our Visitor Policy states that you should call 24 hours in advance to schedule a lunch visit. Please call the Welcome Center at 937-354-2141 option #2. Visitors are restricted to parents/guardians and grandparents. Other family members need to be approved by Mrs. Stover. *Please remember to call the school when your child is absent. A call in should be made by 9:30 a.m. and can be made via the attendance email, (secretary@ridgemont.k12.oh.us), the attendance line (937-354-2141 Option 1) or the main office (937-354-2141 Option 2).


TRIAD

Audition sign ups for “Into the Woods”  are posted on the office window.


November 26 Mrs. Moore will be holding a FAFSA meeting for students and parents to complete financial forms on line, computers will be available.  It will be held in the auditeria at 6:00 pm.


URBANA

If you are interested in buying an Urbana yearbook, there are order forms available in the Student Services office at Hi-Point.

**Seniors** Start looking for a baby picture to submit to yearbook!  More information will come next week. You will need to submit by December 1.
**Senior pictures are due in by February 1.

Now that marching band is over, students are not permitted to take bookbags to 8th period class. This includes all students to any 8th period class. Bookbags must remain in lockers until 2:37. 

Ohio Wesleyan University will be here today, November 13th, to meet with any interested Jr or Sr.  Sign up in the guidance office. 

This is just a reminder to students to be respectful of our school property, both inside and out. We are currently having issues in the restrooms. Staff will be monitoring restrooms more frequently. If you are aware of damage done, please notify the main office immediately. Keep in mind when additional messes are made, our most adored custodian, Jeff is the person cleaning up that mess. 

Just a reminder cell phones, earbuds and headphones are NOT permitted from 7:25-2:37 other than during your lunch periods. Headphones and earbuds must be removed before entering into the academic wing. Detentions will be issued to those who choose to ignore the rule.

UPCOMING EVENTS
Today, November 13
7:00pm. Fall Sports Awards in HS Gym
Thursday, November 14
1:30pm. Assembly
Friday, November 15
6:00pm. JV & Var. Boys Scrimmage @ Home
Saturday, November 16
10:30am. JV & Var. Girls Bball @ Madison-Plains HS
Tuesday, November 19
6:00pm. JV & Var. Girls Bball Scrimmage @ Yellow Springs HS
Board of Education Meeting @ Central Office
Wednesday, November 20
1:00pm. Assembly
6:30pm. Football Banquet @ Champaign Co. Fairgrounds
Friday, November 22
5:00pm. JV Girls Skeeter Classic @ Mechanicsburg HS
6:00pm. Varsity Girls Skeeter Classic
JV Boys Bball Scrimmage @ Greenville HS
Saturday, November 23
12:30pm. Bowling Kick Off Tournament @ Columbus Square
Bowling
2:00pm. JV Girls Skeeter Classic @ Home
5:00pm. Var. Girls Skeeter Classic @ Home
Monday, November 25
11:00pm. Sophomores Visit Ohio HiPoint Campus
4:00pm. Bowling @ Southwest Bowl
Tuesday, November 26
4:00pm. Bowling @ Madison Bowling Lane
6:00pm. JV Girls Bball @ Home
7:30pm. Vr. Girls Bball @ Home
Wednesday, November 27
Exchange Day – No School November 28-29
Thanksgiving Break – No School
Friday, November 29
4:30pm. Fr. Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
6:00pm. JV Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
7:30pm. Var. Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
Monday, December 2
2 Hour Delay Day/Teacher Inservice
6:00pm. JV Girls Bball @Home
7:30pm. Var. Girls Bball @ Home
Tuesday, December 3
4:00pm. Bowling @ Southwest Bowl
4:45pm. Fr. Boys Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS
6:00pm. JV Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS
7:30pm. Var. Boys Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS

WAYNESFIELD GOSHEN

Everyone should be in their AA - we will be following the even schedule today.

Happy National Day of Kindness! In a world where you can be anything be KIND! Please put your Project Kindness shirt on for a picture that will be taken at 8:10 this morning.

The following students need to report to Mrs. Barrington’s room after the Kindness picture, bring your science book, binder, and chromebook.

Branxton Glick,  Logan Youtsey, Braxton Glick, Jordan Gossard, Samantha Hutchison, Haley Kiser, Bruce Lender, Lexie McConnell, Lauren Youtsey, Gaige Gresham, Rocky Cummings, Kendall Pepple

If you know the answer to today’s trivia question, please write the answer on a piece of paper and deposit it in the basket by Mrs. Kinstle’s door by noon.  Today’s History Trivia Question is:

50 years ago on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong was the first human being to walk on the moon speaking the famous phrase, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.  What were his parents’ names?


On Monday, November 18th class rings will be delivered - Payments of cash or money orders only will be accepted - no checks.  You can pick them up before school in the concession stand. Also Seniors if you have not placed your cap and gown order you may do so on Monday before school. A down payment of $75 is required.Extra packets are available in the HS office.

Next week, November 18-22, the National Honor Society will have the Annual Food Drive to support the Food Pantry.  All food items are appreciated and will help support the local food pantry and snack pack program. Please be generous with your donations. Thank you

Food can be brought to the following locations;

6th Grade- Ms. Reimesch

7th Grade- Mrs. Kinstle

8th Grade- Mrs. Lament

Freshman- Mr. Epperly

Sophomores- Mrs. Szippl

Juniors- Mr. Bogan

Seniors- Mrs. Jordan

WEST LIBERTY-SALEM

LUNCH: Lunch menu for today will be Tuesday’s menu: Hamburger, Chix Filet, Dutch Waffle & Cheese Omelet and Biscuits and Sausage Gravy. SOUND CHECK PERFORMANCE: WLS Show Choir, Sound Check, presents their Annual Showcase this Friday at 7pm and Saturday at 1pm. The theme is “Hooked On a Feeling” and tickets are $5.00 at the door. Come support your classmates and be entertained this weekend! NHS: Senior NHS meeting Friday (Nov. 15th) during homeroom in Mrs. Neer’s room. LINK CREW: Link Crew meeting in Mrs. Roberts room during 2nd HR on Tuesday November 19th. FRESHMEN AND LINK CREW: Link Crew will meet with all Freshmen during 1st HR on Thursday November 21st. KEY CLUB: Next meeting today,November 13th, 1st HR. Need Community Service? Join Key Club Sunday Nov 17th for Leaf Raking around West Liberty, from 1:30-3:30. Sign up posted outside the HS Counseling office. FRENCH: It’s French Club Week! There will be French trivia during homeroom every day this week. French Club members will be down to ask questions. Friday, 11/15 is our scavenger hunt, please attend! Café Day will be held sometime next week! MUSICAL AUDITIONS: Musical Auditions are November 25 and 26. 3-6:00pm each day. You only need to sign up for one day to audition, but will need to plan to be there the entire 3 hours. Sign up sheets will be posted outside Mr. Henry’s room today. YEARBOOK: The 2019 yearbook is in. If you ordered one you can pick it up during 2nd homeroom in Mr. Lynxwiler’s room. If you didn’t get one but would still like to buy one, extra copies are available for $35. HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE ASVAB: All Juniors will be taking the ASVAB Thursday morning. Report by first bell to the Elementary/Aux Gym. Leave all belongings in your locker-everything you need for the assessment will be provided. ATTENTION 10TH GRADERS: Interested in representing WL-S while gaining valuable life-changing leadership skills at a Nationally recognized Youth Leadership conference? If so, HOBY is for you. Prior HOBY attendees will be visiting 10th gr HR this week to explain the program. Those interested should submit a 250 word essay on ‘What leadership means to you” to Mrs. Smith by November 22. One person will be selected to attend all-expense paid and represent WL-S. VETERINARY MEDICINE: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a VET FOR A DAY? Join the veterinary students at the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine to learn all about being a veterinarian. VET FOR A DAY is scheduled for Sat, Nov 16 from 10am-3pm for students in grades 6-12. The cost is $45 (includes pizza). Register at http://vet.osu.edu/VFAD. CCP: Mandatory College Credit Plus (CCP) parent meeting for those new to or considering taking CCP classes next school year will be Thursday, December 5th, 6:00 in the HS Cafeteria. Students and families are strongly encouraged to attend this informative meeting (for students in grades 7-12 next year). UU ORIENTATION: Urbana University will be hosting their own College Credit Plus Student/Family Orientation on Monday Dec 16th from 3-5:00 @ the Student Center, Moore Conference Room (lower level). Students interested in taking CCP courses at UU in the future should plan to attend. INTERNSHIPS: The Dayton Dragons are hiring for internships and part-time positions for the 2020 season! Even though it might seem early, the Dragons are looking to get a head-start on the hiring process and are looking to fill all open positions by the time schools are on Winter Break. Their positions are mostly part-time internships that allow individuals to work around school/class schedules and other obligations. They are looking to fill the following positions: Sport Management Assistants, Green Team, Mascots, VIP Guest Services, Grounds Crew, Bat Boy/Girl. Please contact Christine Burns, Dayton Dragons Manager of Corporate Partnerships, at Christine.burns@daytondragons.com. FREE TRIP: A great opportunity for Sophomores & Juniors: Youth Tour Ohio is an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. this June sponsored by Pioneer Electric. For more information, pick up a flyer in the HS Counseling Office or go to https://www.pioneerec.com/its-back-youth-tour-returns-pioneer-electric. SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP FOCUS LIST COUNSELING OFFICE DUE DATE LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY 1/21/20 Ohio Township Assn App in Counseling Office 1/24/20 ACME Baseball Scholarship (at least one yr ACME Varsity Baseball) App in Counseling Office 1/30/20 James & Pat FitzRandolph WL-S Education Assn App in Counseling Office 2/6/20 Deb Dunham Memorial App in Counseling Office 4/1/20 Champaign County Township Assn (must be Champaign County resident) App in Counseling Office GUIDANCE DUE DATE COLLEGE/MAJOR SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY 1/15/20 BGSU STEM in ACTION scholarships (Education majors) https://www.bgsu.edu/action DUE DATE OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY 11/15/19 Hagan Scholarship Foundation https://haganscholarships.org/ Due dates vary Horatio Alger Assoc Scholarship https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/ ATHLETICS PRACTICE TODAY! (see below about riding a Spirit Bus to the playoff game on Saturday!) WRESTLING: There will be a wrestling meeting for middle school students today during homeroom time in the science wing study hall room (428). All interested HS students should meet at 12:45 pm TODAY. SPIRIT BUS!: We will have a bus that will transport students to the football game on Saturday. If you’d like to ride the bus, please go to the HS Guidance Office to sign up and get a permission slip. There is NO COST to ride the bus but we need at least 25 students to schedule it. Please sign up ASAP if you’d like to ride the Spirit Bus and support our team! BOWLING: First mandatory practice is Tuesday (11/19) from 6-8 at Southwest Bowl. There will also be practice on Thursday (11/21) 6-8. A parents meeting will follow and should be brief. BOYS SOCCER: The WLS boys’ soccer team recently ended its season with a 16-3-1 record and a district runner-up award. Several players were chosen to OHC, district, and state teams. OHC honors -1st team – Ethan Cole (3rd consecutive year), Gavin Harrison, Ian Wolfe ( 2nd consecutive year). Ian was also named the OHC player of the year (2nd consecutive year). -2nd team – Lance Baldwin and Levi Chapman -Honorable mention – Owen Johnson Miami Valley district -1st team East Sectional – Ethan Cole (2nd consecutive year) and Ian Wolfe (2nd consecutive year) -2nd team East Sectional – Gavin Harrison (2nd consecutive year) -3rd team East Sectional – Levi Chapman, Lance Baldwin, Owen Johnson -1st team all Miami Valley district – Ian Wolfe (2nd consecutive year) All - State honors -1st team all-state - Ian Wolfe WEIGHT ROOM: Open weight room is Tuesday through Thursday, 3-4:30. If you are not accompanied by a coach, you are not permitted in the weight room unless you are there during these times.

OHP AND PARTNER SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 11/11/19

posted Nov 11, 2019, 6:07 AM by Ryin Oder   [ updated Nov 11, 2019, 7:38 AM ]

OHP
Hello Seniors!  Please see the emailed attachment from Mrs. Gessler for the Educational Office Professionals of Ohio (EOPO) Lila M. Van Sweringen Scholarship. This scholarship is for anyone wanting to pursue an office-related career after college. The deadline for this $1000 scholarship is February 14, 2020!  Please let her or Mrs. Gonglik know if you have any questions. 

Happy birthday today to: Shelby Mullins, Chase Comer, and Jesse Titus


Today's lunch is Spicy Chicken Sandwich or Mini Corn Dogs, Baked Beans, Choice of Fruit, and Milk
Monday's lunch is Pizza Pasta Casserole or Beef Nachos, Corn, Choice of Fruit, and Milk

BELLEFONTAINE

All Chieftains who love to Ski/Snowboard. The BHS Ski Club discounted rate can now be purchased online at ‪skimadriver.com. The club name is BCS and the password is chiefs. Discounted club rates will be available ‪through December 18.


BEN LOGAN

Hello OHPCC/ CCP/ STW/ CC Students,

Here are your announcements for the month of November:

  • Benjamin Logan High School Announcements: In addition to Mr. Smith's announcements, make sure to read the daily announcements to students at the high school.  Check them daily!
  • OHPCC Visit- Mr. Smith will be on campus Monday (11/11), and Thursday (11/14).  Should you need anything, just stop by or let him know!
  • School-To-Work Meeting- Our November meeting will take place on Tuesday, November 12th at 11:00 a.m. or 3:00 p.m. in the library.  Your attendance at one of these meetings is mandatory.  Additionally, a record of your October hours will need to be submitted at that time.
  • College Applications- The Guidance Office is encouraging college-bound seniors to complete admissions applications before Thanksgiving Break.  We will host our 4th (and final) College Application Workshop on Wednesday, November 20th at 1:00 p.m. in the Library.  If you need assistance, please let us know! 
  • EOC Testing- Those juniors and seniors completing EOC testing in December will receive testing notifications once we return from Thanksgiving Break.  Most testing will occur the week of December 9th.

GRAHAM
Do you want some really awesome GRAHAM APPAREL?? CHECK your EMAIL for the WEEKLY FLIER from Mr. Rismiller to see all the possible options to get. ORDERS must be IN by Thursday, November 21.

On WEDNESDAY (11/13) the ARMY REPRESENTATIVES will be in the GUIDANCE CONFERENCE ROOM DURING ADVISORY WITH PIZZA to TALK to ANYONE who might be INTERESTED in the MILITARY AFTER GRADUATION and would like info on how the military can pay for college! SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

SENIORS: If you are THINKING of ATTENDING Sinclair AFTER GRADUATION, DON’T FORGET PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE is Sunday, December 15. Also, APPLY for their SCHOLARSHIPS at Sinclair.edu/scholarships.

The Ohio JCI Charitable and Education Foundation Scholarship is available for application. There are 2 scholarships available. One is academic based and one is needs based. All seniors can apply. Check online or in the guidance office.

Do you REMEMBER the CHOCOLATE SUCKERS from ELEMENTARY? Well THEY’RE BACK!  YOUTH and  GOVERNMENT will be SELLING CHOCOLATE SUCKERS for just $1 DURING LUNCHES STARTING TODAY (11/11) THRU NEXT WEEK on Friday, November 22, or UNTIL THEY SELL OUT.  Get them before they’re gone!

The International Student Exchange Program offers students a chance to study abroad at places like Thailand, China, Canada, Mexico, etc. They also have a scholarship possibility through the Walter Danielson Scholarship. Get info on-line or in the guidance office.

SENIORS and JUNIORS: Have you considered studying aboard? A REPRESENTATIVE from VERTO EDUCATION will be HERE TOMORROW (11/12) to talk about how they will work in conjunction with your college of choice to help you study for 1 to 2 semesters in places like China, Thailand, Costa Rica, Australia and others. SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE. See Mrs. Miller TODAY (11/11).

The BETH BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP with awards between $500 and $2500 is AVAILABLE for APPLICATION. This scholarship is for students planning to further their education in the field of medicine.

ACT PREP WORKSHOPS are once again AVAILABLE. This time they will be HELD in TROY on Tuesday, February 25 and Tuesday, March 10. This could be a good way for you to help boost your score.  PICK UP a FORM in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

The ASVAB will be ADMINISTERED on Tuesday, November 26, PERIODS 1 thru 5. If you would LIKE to TAKE it, you NEED to SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE or on NAVIANCE. The DEADLINE to SIGN UP is NEXT WEEK on Thursday, November 21.

There will be a MANDATORY COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS MEETING for the 2020/2021 SCHOOL YEAR NEXT WEEK on Thursday EVENING, November 21, from 6:30 to 7:00. This will be for ANY STUDENT TAKING CCP NEXT SCHOOL YEAR EITHER HERE at GRAHAM, ON-LINE or on COLLEGE CAMPUS.

There will be a FAFSA WORKSHOP NEXT WEEK on Thursday EVENING, November 21, at 5:00 with a FAFSA COMPLETION EVENT IMMEDIATELY AFTERWARDS for HELP with COMPLETING yours ON-LINE.

The UNITED STATES AIR FORCE REPRESENTATIVE will be HERE THURSDAY (11/14) at 9:30.  Please SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

EDISON STATE and HONDA are WORKING TOGETHER to CONNECT you with a STUDENT INTERNSHIP. You could be earning money, complete your college degree and be debt free. TWO PROGRAMS are AVAILABLE: Electro-Mechanical Degree and Automation and Robotics. Get INFO ON-LINE or in the GUIDANCE OFFICE. INFO MEETING will be Thursday, December 5.

HOSA NEEDS YOUR HELP! We are EXTENDING the DEADLINE for PERMISSION SLIPS for the BLOOD DRIVE UNTIL WEDNESDAY (11/13). Please RETURN your SLIPS to Mrs. Hess ASAP. BE A HERO – DONATE BLOOD!!

INDIAN LAKE

Key Club is having a food drive again this year for the St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry until November 22. The winning Laker Time class will receive donuts and chocolate milk.

BPA members are selling Krispy Kreme donuts for $10 per dozen.  Money is due by Friday the 15th & delivery will be Thursday the 21st.  Order from any BPA student today.  

The Indian Lake Winter Guard will be holding spin clinics and try-outs beginning tonight.  If you are interested, come to the high school band room today from 5-7 PM. 

Any e-sports members who want one of the t-shirts, please get your $15 to Mr. Shively or Mr. Dunn today.  The shirts are just
general to Indian Lake E-sports, they are not specific to Smash Ultimate or Overwatch.

The Outreach Centers will be closed today and Monday, November 18th.

Lunch
Line 1: Pizza, foot long hot dog, corn cauliflower, fruit or juice, and milk
Line 2: Pizza, sub sandwich, baked beans, fruit or juice, and milk 

Happy birthday today to Alexis Clem

KENTON
Student Council Meeting for November will take place on Tuesday, November 12th. We will be voting for officers and making our food drive posters. We will be meeting in the library at 7:30

The HOSA Single Elimination Dodgeball Tournament will be Friday November 15th at 6:30p.m. Signups are during A, B & C lunch periods and will begin Monday October 28th and run until Nov 11th. There will be six members to a team. Two of those members must be females. Teachers are welcome to come join the fun as well. The cost to play is $20 a team. If you don't want to play, feel free to come watch. The student entry fee is $1 and adults are $2. No need to worry we will also be offering
some yummy and tasty concessions during the Dodgeball tournaments so come prepared for an evening of fun.

**MANDATORY HOSA MEETING** November 12 @ 7:30a.m. in the Choir Room. The meeting will begin at 7:30am and end by 7:55a.m. If you are unable to attend this meeting and want to join HOSA you must speak with Mrs. Bookmyer prior to the meeting.

KHS ROBOTICS will meet again on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at 7:00 a.m. in room 205. Anyone interested in building and programming robots and drones should attend. Teams are forming soon so come see what robotics is all about. See Mr. Funkhouser or Mr. Frey for more details.

The annual food drive will take place during the week of November 18th-22nd. Please bring in your canned goods to help the local Kenton community. Winning class will receive a party! Door decorating contest for the best fall door! Winner announced at the end of the day!

If you need to borrow professional clothing, such as a suit or tie, for an academic event or interview, come visit the Wildcat Career Closet!! It's located in the back of the KHS Media Center (library) and open to all students on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th & 8th periods, or by appointment.  For more information, please contact Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

Mrs. Cross - KHS Career Readiness Advisor- will be holding regular office hours on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th and 8th periods in the KHS Media Center (Library).  Either drop by, or schedule a meeting to discuss possible internships, job shadowing opportunities, or your future career interests on a Wednesday (or at another time).  To schedule a meeting,
please email Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

MECHANICSBURG

FFA team practices for Meats will begin TODAY during crunchtime in Mr. Neer's room. 

General Livestock practices will begin on Wednesday the 13th at 6 pm in Mr. Neer's room.


MS and JV Bball Cheer practice Today @ 3:00 in the Commons. 


Auditions for this year’s musical - Once Upon A Mattress - will be held on Monday, November 18 from 6-9 for High School and Tuesday, November 19 from 6-9 for Middle School and HS call backs.  Audition packets are available outside of Mrs. Marsh’s room #137. Please see Mrs. Marsh with any questions or concerns. All who tryout must have the parent permission and audition form completed prior to their audition. In addition, the musical staff is looking for students who would like to help the musical from behind the curtain.  Individuals who are interested in working with the stage crew, set design and construction, or as a student producer, please see Mrs. Marsh.


RIDGEMONT

*Fee payments for November are past due. Please submit your payment so that students are able to attend field trips. Thank you!

*On Saturday, November 16, the Spanish Club will be hosting an all you can eat Pancake and Sausage breakfast from 9:00 am-11:00 am in the commons. Free will donations will be accepted, with all proceeds going toward our upcoming

educational trip to Europe. Thank you for your continues support!

*Winter Sports pictures will be on November 20th beginning at 2:45pm.

*The NASP State Archery Tournament will be held on March 21 at the Ohio Expo Center. Thursday, November 14 will be the first archery practice (ONLY FOR STUDENTS COMPETING IN THE STATE TOURNAMENT) in the AG shop immediately following school until 4:30pm. This is available for students in grades 5-12. The following permission form must be signed and turned in before students can participate: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yTKxZJH0QVzvxUqwwnRs5NwNl6p3z5K2oUC_4TToaxg/edit

*During the month of November, the Gopher Den will be selling your favorite flavors of hot chocolate!

*The Fall Sports Banquet is Wednesday, November 13th at 6 p.m.

*Students must have fees paid or have a payment plan set up in order to attend field trips.

*We now accept CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS in the Welcome Center! You can pay fees at any time with no finance charge! You can also add money to your lunch account or buy Gopher Gear with approximately a 3% finance charge. Call 937-354-2141 ext. 2201 for details!

*Please remember that our Visitor Policy states that you should call 24 hours in advance to schedule a lunch visit. Please call the Welcome Center at 937-354-2141 option #2. Visitors are restricted to parents/guardians and grandparents. Other family members need to be approved by Mrs. Stover.

*Please remember to call the school when your child is absent. A call in should be made by 9:30 a.m. and can be made via the attendance email, (secretary@ridgemont.k12.oh.us), the attendance line (937-354-2141 Option 1) or the main office (937-354-2141 Option 2).


TRIAD

11/11 Menu

General Tso Chicken

Rice

Steamed Broccoli

Mandarin Oranges


Audition sign ups for “Into the Woods”  are posted on the office window.


November 26 Mrs. Moore will be holding a FAFSA meeting for students and parents to complete financial forms on line, computers will be available.  It will be held in the auditeria at 6:00 pm.


URBANA

If you are interested in buying an Urbana yearbook, there are order forms available in the Student Services office at Hi-Point.

**Seniors** Start looking for a baby picture to submit to yearbook!  More information will come next week. You will need to submit by December 1.
**Senior pictures are due in by February 1.

Bus #19 & Bus #7 are both back from repairs. 

Now that marching band is over, students are not permitted to take bookbags to 8th period class. This includes all students to any 8th period class. Bookbags must remain in lockers until 2:37. 

Ohio Wesleyan University will be here on November 13th to meet with any interested Jr or Sr.  Sign up in the guidance office. 

This is just a reminder to students to be respectful of our school property, both inside and out. We are currently having issues in the restrooms. Staff will be monitoring restrooms more frequently. If you are aware of damage done, please notify the main office immediately. Keep in mind when additional messes are made, our most adored custodian, Jeff is the person cleaning up that mess. 

Just a reminder cell phones, earbuds and headphones are NOT permitted from 7:25-2:37 other than during your lunch periods. Headphones and earbuds must be removed before entering into the academic wing. Detentions will be issued to those who choose to ignore the rule.

UPCOMING EVENTS
Today, November 11
7:00pm. FFA Greenhand Ceremony in Auditorium
Tuesday, November 12
4:00pm-9:00pm. Band Booster Frisch’s Fundraiser
5:30pm. JV & Var. Boys Bball Scrimmage @ Piqua HS
6:00pm. Girls Bball Scrimmage @ Home
Wednesday, November 13
7:00pm. Fall Sports Awards in HS Gym
Thursday, November 14
1:30pm. Assembly
Friday, November 15
6:00pm. JV & Var. Boys Scrimmage @ Home
Saturday, November 16
10:30am. JV & Var. Girls Bball @ Madison-Plains HS
Tuesday, November 19
6:00pm. JV & Var. Girls Bball Scrimmage @ Yellow Springs HS
Board of Education Meeting @ Central Office
Wednesday, November 20
1:00pm. Assembly
6:30pm. Football Banquet @ Champaign Co. Fairgrounds
Friday, November 22
5:00pm. JV Girls Skeeter Classic @ Mechanicsburg HS
6:00pm. Varsity Girls Skeeter Classic
JV Boys Bball Scrimmage @ Greenville HS
Saturday, November 23
12:30pm. Bowling Kick Off Tournament @ Columbus Square
Bowling
2:00pm. JV Girls Skeeter Classic @ Home
5:00pm. Var. Girls Skeeter Classic @ Home
Monday, November 25
11:00pm. Sophomores Visit Ohio HiPoint Campus
4:00pm. Bowling @ Southwest Bowl
Tuesday, November 26
4:00pm. Bowling @ Madison Bowling Lane
6:00pm. JV Girls Bball @ Home
7:30pm. Vr. Girls Bball @ Home
Wednesday, November 27
Exchange Day – No School November 28-29
Thanksgiving Break – No School
Friday, November 29
4:30pm. Fr. Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
6:00pm. JV Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
7:30pm. Var. Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
Monday, December 2
2 Hour Delay Day/Teacher Inservice
6:00pm. JV Girls Bball @Home
7:30pm. Var. Girls Bball @ Home
Tuesday, December 3
4:00pm. Bowling @ Southwest Bowl
4:45pm. Fr. Boys Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS
6:00pm. JV Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS
7:30pm. Var. Boys Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS

WAYNESFIELD GOSHEN

Today we celebrate Veterans Day and begin History Week.  Tonight we will hold the Veterans Day Dinner. Each day we will have a trivia question.  If you know the answer to today’s question, please write the answer on a sheet of paper and deposit it in the basket outside Mrs. Kinstle’s room by noon.  Two middle school and two high school students will receive a prize.

75 years ago on the morning of June 6, 1944, Allied forces came ashore to push the Nazis out of France.  This day is remembered as D-Day when the troops landed at Normandy. List the code names of the 5 beaches.

Happy National Kindness Week!  One act of kindness might not change the world, but it will change someone’s world! Today your goal is to do one random act of kindness!

The following students come to the office: Keith Baker, Robert Kiser, Mya Banks, Jaymen Stafford, Branxton Glick, Logan Youtsey, Braxton Glick, Samantha Hutchison, Dawson Kelly, Bruce Lender, Lexi McConnell & Lauren Youtsey. 


WEST LIBERTY-SALEM


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(No birthdays today)

 

If you paid fees last week but have not received your report card, you may come to the office during your HOMEROOM to pick it up.


MUSICAL: Cast and Crew Applications are now available for the musical and can be picked up in Mr. Henry’s room.

PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES: Conferences will be Tuesday from 3:00 – 6:00 pm, see Mrs. Nieman to set up a conference.

LINK CREW: Link Crew meeting in Mrs. Roberts room during 2nd HR on Tuesday November 19th.

FRESHMEN AND LINK CREW: Link Crew will meet with all Freshmen during 1st HR on Thursday November 21st.

KEY CLUB: Next meeting November 13th, 1st HR.

Need Community Service? Join Key Club Sunday Nov 17th for Leaf Raking around West Liberty, from 1:30-3:30. Sign up posted outside the HS Counseling office. 

BOOK FAIR: Don’t forget there will be a Book Fair during P/T conferences and through the school day until November 13th!

FRENCH: It’s French Club Week! There will be French trivia during homeroom every day this week. French Club members will be down to ask questions. Thursday, 11/14 is café day during both Homerooms. Friday, 11/15 is our scavenger hunt, please attend!

YEARBOOK: The 2019 yearbook is in. If you ordered one you can pick it up during 2nd homeroom in Mr. Lynxwiler’s room. If you didn’t get one but would still like to buy one, extra copies are available for $35.

HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE

COLLEGE VISITS: Juniors/Seniors: Sign up to meet with one or all of them during Jr/Sr HR in the Counseling Office. The sign-up sheet is posted on the bulletin board in front of the Counseling Office.

Today, Nov 11 UNOH

VETERINARY MEDICINE: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a VET FOR A DAY? Join the veterinary students at the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine to learn all about being a veterinarian. VET FOR A DAY is scheduled for Sat, Nov 16 from 10am-3pm for students in grades 6-12. The cost is $45 (includes pizza). Register at http://vet.osu.edu/VFAD.

SPORTS MANAGEMENT: Juniors & Seniors, especially potential Sports Management majors: There is a unique opportunity to learn about the behind the scenes workings of an NFL team! The Detroit Lions are hosting a Student Business Fair on Tues, Dec 11. For $39, participants receive: A game ticket for the Vikings vs Lions, opportunity to purchase $39 game tickets for family/friends, a behind the scenes tour of Ford Field,

Presentations from the Detroit Lions Executives and Q&A sessions with Lions Executives. Call 313.262.2194 or go to www.detroitlions.com/studentfair for more information.

INTERNSHIPS: The Dayton Dragons are hiring for internships and part-time positions for the 2020 season!  Even though it might seem early, the Dragons are looking to get a head-start on the hiring process and are looking to fill all open positions by the

time schools are on Winter Break. Their positions are mostly part-time internships that allow individuals to work around school/class schedules and other obligations. They are looking to fill the following positions: Sport Management Assistants, Green Team, Mascots, VIP Guest Services, Grounds Crew, Bat Boy/Girl. Please contact Christine Burns, Dayton Dragons Manager of Corporate Partnerships, at Christine.burns@daytondragons.com.

FREE TRIP: A great opportunity for Sophomores & Juniors: Youth Tour Ohio is an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. this June sponsored by Pioneer Electric. For more information, pick up a flyer in the HS Counseling Office or go to https://www.pioneerec.com/its-back-youth-tour-returns-pioneer-electric.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP FOCUS LIST

COUNSELING OFFICE DUE DATE LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

1/21/20 Ohio Township Assn App in Counseling Office

1/24/20 ACME Baseball Scholarship (at least one yr ACME Varsity Baseball) App in Counseling Office

1/30/20 James & Pat FitzRandolph WL-S Education Assn App in Counseling Office

2/6/20 Deb Dunham Memorial App in Counseling Office

4/1/20 Champaign County Township Assn (must be Champaign County

resident) App in Counseling Office

GUIDANCE DUE DATE COLLEGE/MAJOR SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

1/15/20 BGSU STEM in ACTION scholarships (Education majors) https://www.bgsu.edu/action

DUE DATE OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

11/15/19 Hagan Scholarship Foundation https://haganscholarships.org/

Due dates vary Horatio Alger Assoc Scholarship https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/

ATHLETICS

Girls MS Basketball Scrimmage (A) vs. Anna 6:30 pm

FOOTBALL: Congratulations to our football team for winning against Madeira 21-14!! Information on our next playoff game will be posted soon!

NEW SWIM TEAM: If any High School student is interested in joining the new WL-S sponsored swim team through the Champaign County YMCA, sign-ups are on the Athletic Office door. Sign up soon! You must be registered and have a valid physical on file in the athletic office to participate.

WEIGHT ROOM: Open weight room is Tuesday through Thursday, 3-4:30. If you are not accompanied by a coach, you are not permitted in the weight room unless you are there during these times.


OHP AND PARTNER SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 11/8/19

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OHP
Hello Seniors!  Please see the emailed attachment from Mrs. Gessler for the Educational Office Professionals of Ohio (EOPO) Lila M. Van Sweringen Scholarship. This scholarship is for anyone wanting to pursue an office-related career after college. The deadline for this $1000 scholarship is February 14, 2020!  Please let her or Mrs. Gonglik know if you have any questions. 

Students, On November 9th from 7:00 - 10:00 the Student Delegates are hosting our annual fall dance. This year's theme is "Costume Party". Tickets will be sold at the door for $7 a single and $12 a couple.  If you plan on bringing guest that does not attend OHP you will need to complete and return a guest form by today, November 8th,  at 2:30. Your guest must be at least a sophomore in high school and no more than 20 years old.  You may pick up the forms outside of the ECE lab (room 106) off of the cafeteria. These forms must be completed and turned in to Mrs. Walls by November 8th or they will not be permitted to come to the dance. They must have a picture ID with them at the door.  Please watch the school monitors and announcements for more information.

Happy birthday to:

Cameron Deardurff & Trenton Shelton - TODAY

Faith Moyer, Cade Stachler, & Dustin Wilkes - 11/10


Today's lunch is Beef & Cheese Burrito or Pizza, Tater Tots, Choice of Fruit, and Milk
Monday's lunch is Spicy Chicken Sandwich or Mini Corn Dogs, Baked Beans, Choice of Fruit, and Milk

Mechanicsburg students will be released for a pep rally at 1 pm today.  

BELLEFONTAINE

DARE Club members, your shirt orders need to be turned in by today, ‪November 8th, to Mrs Mount or Officer Walters. More order forms are available if you need one.


The Interact Club will be celebrating World Interact Club Week ‪until today, November 8th. To celebrate, the Interact Club will be placing the Rotary Wheel around the building. If you find a Wheel bring it to Mrs. Lehman in the library for a treat! 


All students interested in participating in TEAMS should stop by Room 114 this week to sign up. TEAMS is an engineering competition that is held in February. All students who are interested in engineering should participate. Sign up in Room 114 sometime this week.



All Chieftains who love to Ski/Snowboard. The BHS Ski Club discounted rate can now be purchased online at ‪skimadriver.com. The club name is BCS and the password is chiefs. Discounted club rates will be available ‪through December 18.

 

BEN LOGAN

Hello OHPCC/ CCP/ STW/ CC Students,

Here are your announcements for the month of November:

  • Benjamin Logan High School Announcements: In addition to Mr. Smith's announcements, make sure to read the daily announcements to students at the high school.  Check them daily!
  • OHPCC Visit- Mr. Smith will be on campus next Monday (11/11), and Thursday (11/14).  Should you need anything, just stop by or let him know!
  • December ACT Registration- The deadline to register for the December ACT is today, November 8th.  
  • School-To-Work Meeting- Our November meeting will take place on Tuesday, November 12th at 11:00 a.m. or 3:00 p.m. in the library.  Your attendance at one of these meetings is mandatory.  Additionally, a record of your October hours will need to be submitted at that time.
  • College Applications- The Guidance Office is encouraging college-bound seniors to complete admissions applications before Thanksgiving Break.  We will host our 4th (and final) College Application Workshop on Wednesday, November 20th at 1:00 p.m. in the Library.  If you need assistance, please let us know! 
  • EOC Testing- Those juniors and seniors completing EOC testing in December will receive testing notifications once we return from Thanksgiving Break.  Most testing will occur the week of December 9th.
GRAHAM
Do you want some really awesome GRAHAM APPAREL?? CHECK your EMAIL for the WEEKLY FLIER from Mr. Rismiller to see all the possible options to get. ORDERS must be IN by Thursday, November 21.

Don’t be a turkey! Gobble up the SAVINGS on your YEARBOOK, $60 UNTIL Friday, November 29. P.S.: BRING your SPARE CHANGE to PURCHASE yummy BAKED GOODS for a YEARBOOK FUNDRAISER TODAY (11/8).

NEXT WEEK on Wednesday, November 13, the ARMY REPRESENTATIVES will be in the GUIDANCE CONFERENCE ROOM DURING ADVISORY WITH PIZZA to TALK to ANYONE who might be INTERESTED in the MILITARY AFTER GRADUATION and would like info on how the military can pay for college! SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

SENIORS: If you are THINKING of ATTENDING Sinclair AFTER GRADUATION, DON’T FORGET PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE is Sunday, December 15. Also, APPLY for their SCHOLARSHIPS at Sinclair.edu/scholarships.

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO RECEIVED THE AP OPT-IN FORM FROM Mr. Spirko LAST FRIDAY: If you wish to TAKE the AP ASSESSMENT in May, please TURN IN the SIGNED PARENT/GUARDIAN OPT-IN FORM to the OFFICE TODAY(11/8).

The Ohio JCI Charitable and Education Foundation Scholarship is available for application. There are 2 scholarships available. One is academic based and one is needs based. All seniors can apply. Check online or in the guidance office.

The HOSA BLOOD DRIVE is fast APPROACHING. If you NEED FORMS, CHECK OUTSIDE Mrs. Hess’s ROOM. Please RETURN all FORMS TODAY (11/8)!! We need you to be a HERO and DONATE!!!

Do you REMEMBER the CHOCOLATE SUCKERS from ELEMENTARY? Well THEY’RE BACK!  YOUTH and GOVERNMENT will be SELLING CHOCOLATE SUCKERS for just $1 DURING LUNCHES STARTING NEXT WEEK on Monday, November 11, THRU Friday, November 22, or UNTIL THEY SELL OUT. Get them before they’re gone!

The International Student Exchange Program offers students a chance to study abroad at places like Thailand, China, Canada, Mexico, etc. They also have a scholarship possibility through the Walter Danielson Scholarship. Get info on-line or in the guidance office.

Graham CHEER INVITES EVERYONE to the CBC COMPETITION TOMORROW (11/9) at Ben Logan.  Graham PERFORMS at 1:40. Please COME SUPPORT your CHEERLEADERS.

SENIORS and JUNIORS: Have you considered studying aboard? A REPRESENTATIVE from VERTO EDUCATION will be HERE NEXT WEEK on Tuesday, November 12, to talk about how they will work in conjunction with your college of choice to help you study for 1 to 2 semesters in places like China, Thailand, Costa Rica, Australia and others. SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE. This is next week, so see Mrs. Miller this week or Monday.

The BETH BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP with awards between $500 and $2500 is AVAILABLE for APPLICATION. This scholarship is for students planning to further their education in the field of medicine.

ACT PREP WORKSHOPS are once again AVAILABLE. This time they will be HELD in TROY on Tuesday, February 25 and Tuesday, March 10. This could be a good way for you to help boost your score.  PICK UP a FORM in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

The ASVAB will be ADMINISTERED on Tuesday, November 26, PERIODS 1 thru 5. If you would LIKE to TAKE it, you NEED to SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE or on NAVIANCE. The DEADLINE to SIGN UP is Thursday, November 21.

There will be a MANDATORY COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS MEETING for the 2020/2021 SCHOOL YEAR on Thursday EVENING, November 21, from 6:30 to 7:00. This will be for ANY STUDENT TAKING CCP NEXT SCHOOL YEAR EITHER HERE at GRAHAM, ON-LINE or on COLLEGE CAMPUS.

There will be a FAFSA WORKSHOP on Thursday EVENING, November 21, at 5:00 with a FAFSA COMPLETION EVENT IMMEDIATELY AFTERWARDS for HELP with COMPLETING yours ON-LINE.

The UNITED STATES AIR FORCE REPRESENTATIVE will be HERE NEXT WEEK on Thursday, November 14, at 9:30. Please SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

CONGRATULATIONS! STUDENT OF THE MONTH: FRESHMEN: Alyssa Taylor and Donny Carpentar; SOPHOMORES: Brock Calland and Brady Olson; JUNIORS: Halea Lawson and Katelyn Nash and SENIORS: Matt Reed and Kevin Miller.

EDISON STATE and HONDA are WORKING TOGETHER to CONNECT you with a STUDENT INTERNSHIP. You could be earning money, complete your college degree and be debt free. TWO PROGRAMS are AVAILABLE: Electro-Mechanical Degree and Automation and Robotics. Get INFO ON-LINE or in the GUIDANCE OFFICE. INFO MEETING will be Thursday, December 5.

CONGRATULATIONS NOVEMBER STUDENT ATHLETES OF THE MONTH: Nolan Neves and Payton McKellop.


INDIAN LAKE

Key Club will be having a food drive again this year for the St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry from November 8-22. The winning Laker Time class will receive donuts and chocolate milk! 

BPA members are selling Krispy Kreme donuts for $10 per dozen.  Money is due by Friday the 15th, delivery will be Thursday the 21st.  Order from any BPA student today.

The Indian Lake Winter Guard will be holding spin clinics and try-outs next week.  If you are interested, come to the high school band room next Monday through Thursday from 5-7 PM.  

The next Key Club meeting will be on Wednesday, November 13th, in front of the school for the Yellow Tulip Project planting
ceremony. Any members who can help to prepare the soil this week, please see Mrs. Ignarski to sign up.

SADD Members: If you signed up to bake cookies for the blood drive, we need them here first thing this morning. 

Blood Donors: Eat a protein filled breakfast today, and stay hydrated.  Remember your photo ID.  Wear a shirt that will be
easy to give blood in. The nurses do not recommend that you wear a hoodie after you give blood for the rest of the day.  This
can cause you to overheat and they do not want that to happen.  Thank you for giving the gift of life.  

E-sports is going to be shifting focus to Overwatch starting this week. If you are interested in competing in Overwatch, please be at e-sports after school today in the Robotics room.  If you have any peripherals that you prefer to use, particularly a headset, please bring that today.  If you cannot be there, see Mr. Dunn sometime this week.  For those not interested in
Overwatch, you are still welcome to attend, bring your Switches, and continue to practice Smash Ultimate.

The Outreach Centers will be closed on Monday, November 11th and Monday, November 18th.

KENTON
Juniors!  Mrs. Rogers has shared information about an upcoming ACT Prep workshop with you through your school email.  See guidance office with questions!

Student Council Meeting for November will take place on Tuesday, November 12th. We will be voting for officers and making our food drive posters. We will be meeting in the library at 7:30

The HOSA Single Elimination Dodgeball Tournament will be Friday November 15th at 6:30p.m. Signups are during A, B & C lunch periods and will begin Monday October 28th and run until Nov 11th. There will be six members to a team. Two of those members must be females. Teachers are welcome to come join the fun as well. The cost to play is $20 a team. If you don't want to play, feel free to come watch. The student entry fee is $1 and adults are $2. No need to worry we will also be offering
some yummy and tasty concessions during the Dodgeball tournaments so come prepared for an evening of fun.

**MANDATORY HOSA MEETING** November 12 @ 7:30a.m. in the Choir Room. The meeting will begin at 7:30am and end by 7:55a.m. If you are unable to attend this meeting and want to join HOSA you must speak with Mrs. Bookmyer prior to the meeting.

If you need to borrow professional clothing, such as a suit or tie, for an academic event or interview, come visit the Wildcat Career Closet!! It's located in the back of the KHS Media Center (library) and open to all students on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th & 8th periods, or by appointment.  For more information, please contact Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

Mrs. Cross - KHS Career Readiness Advisor- will be holding regular office hours on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th and 8th periods in the KHS Media Center (Library).  Either drop by, or schedule a meeting to discuss possible internships, job shadowing opportunities, or your future career interests on a Wednesday (or at another time).  To schedule a meeting,
please email Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

MARYSVILLE
Today, November 8th, Marysville will be having an Inservice Day for teachers.  Marysville will not be in session for students on that day however, Hi-Point is in session on that day, so you will still need to attend OHP.  At the end of the school day, you will return to MHS but will again need to arrange transportation home as there is no regular busing that day.  For 1/2 day Hi-Point AM lab students, you will also need to arrange transportation home from MHS at the end of your 1/2 day day, as there are no classes at MHS and no busing to take you home from MHS.  Please let Mrs. Proehl know if you have any questions.  

MECHANICSBURG

Teachers- if you have not done so, please restart your computers per Mr. Blancet’s email.


FFA Members, Fruit sale forms and money are due TODAY!!


FFA team practices for Meats will begin Monday at crunchtime in Mr. Neer's room. 

General Livestock practices will begin on Wednesday the 13th at 6 pm in Mr. Neer's room.


MS and JV Bball Cheer practice Monday November 11th @ 3:00 in the Commons. 


Good Luck Tonight: Varsity Football in 1st round of Playoff vs. Adena


Thought of the Day: (Hersh)   

Stay positive and happy. Work hard and don't give up hope. Be open to criticism and keep learning. Surround yourself with happy, warm and genuine people.~Tena Desae

RIDGEMONT

*The entrée for lunch today is a shredded chicken sandwich.

*Fee payments for November are past due. Please submit your payment so that students are able to attend field trips. Thank you!

*On Saturday, November 16, the Spanish Club will be hosting an all you can eat Pancake and Sausage breakfast from 9:00 am-11:00 am in the commons. Free will donations will be accepted, with all proceeds going toward our upcoming educational trip to Europe. Thank you for your continues support!

*Winter Sports pictures will be on November 20th beginning at 2:45pm.

*The NASP State Archery Tournament will be held on March 21 at the Ohio Expo Center. Thursday, November 14 will be the first archery practice (ONLY FOR STUDENTS COMPETING IN THE STATE TOURNAMENT) in the AG shop immediately following school until 4:30pm. This is available for students in grades 5-12. The following permission form must be signed and turned in before students can participate: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yTKxZJH0QVzvxUqwwnRs5NwNl6p3z5K2oUC_4TToaxg/edit

*During the month of November, the Gopher Den will be selling your favorite flavors of hot chocolate!

*The Spanish Club is selling Der Dutchman pies, now through today, November 8. They will be delivered on Tuesday, November 26th for pick up in the afternoon. This is just in time for your Thanksgiving meal or you could even freeze them! Flavors for $15 include the following: Apple, Dutch Apple, Peach, Cherry, Blueberry, Blackberry, Pumpkin, Sugar-free Apple, and Sugar-free Cherry. Pecan Pie is available for $16. You can also purchase Pumpkin and Chocolate Cake Rolls for

$15 each. If you don’t see a flavor that you like, for example a chocolate cream pie, you can also purchase a voucher to redeem at the store. If you have any questions or would like to place an order please contact Senorita Webber at

danielle.webber@ridgemont.k12.oh.us or contact any student attending the trip to Europe.

*The Fall Sports Banquet is Wednesday, November 13th at 6 p.m.

*Students must have fees paid or have a payment plan set up in order to attend field trips.

*We now accept CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS in the Welcome Center! You can pay fees at any time with no finance charge! You can also add money to your lunch account or buy Gopher Gear with approximately a 3% finance charge. Call 937-354-2141 ext. 2201 for details!

*Please remember that our Visitor Policy states that you should call 24 hours in advance to schedule a lunch visit. Please call the Welcome Center at 937-354-2141 option #2. Visitors are restricted to parents/guardians and grandparents.

Other family members need to be approved by Mrs. Stover.

*Please remember to call the school when your child is absent. A call in should be made by 9:30 a.m. and can be made via the attendance email, (secretary@ridgemont.k12.oh.us), the attendance line (937-354-2141 Option 1) or the main office (937-354-2141 Option 2).


TRIAD

1/8 Menu

Stuffed crust pizza

Green Beans

Mixed Fruit 

Cookie


November 26 Mrs. Moore will be holding a FAFSA meeting for students and parents to complete financial forms on line, computers will be available.  It will be held in the auditeria at 6:00 pm.


Congratulations to Olivia Butz and Trista Boggs for receiving the Community Star Award at the ESC last night.


The date for the Fall Sports Awards Program is to be determined - please listen to the announcements.


If you are interested in track and field please sign up on the office window.


Science Club Members! Don’t forget to retweet the invitation for yesterday’s Time Travelers party! Whether or not they will have come to the party depends in part on your retweets!


URBANA

If you are interested in buying an Urbana yearbook, there are order forms available in the Student Services office at Hi-Point.

**Seniors** Start looking for a baby picture to submit to yearbook!  More information will come next week. You will need to submit by December 1.
**Senior pictures are due in by February 1.

Bus #19 & Bus #7 are both back from repairs. 

Now that marching band is over, students are not permitted to take bookbags to 8th period class. This includes all students to any 8th period class. Bookbags must remain in lockers until 2:37. 

Ohio Wesleyan University will be here on November 13th to meet with any interested Jr or Sr.  Sign up in the guidance office. 

This is just a reminder to students to be respectful of our school property, both inside and out. We are currently having issues in the restrooms. Staff will be monitoring restrooms more frequently. If you are aware of damage done, please notify the main office immediately. Keep in mind when additional messes are made, our most adored custodian, Jeff is the person cleaning up that mess. 

Cardboard city will be held today, November 8th, to raise money for the Caring Kitchen and create homeless awareness.  It will be held down by the football field between concession stand and the weight room.  If you are interested in attending see Mrs. Zachrich or Mr. Wilhelm to get a permission slip. Any UHS student is permitted to attend. 

Just a reminder cell phones, earbuds and headphones are NOT permitted from 7:25-2:37 other than during your lunch periods. Headphones and earbuds must be removed before entering into the academic wing. Detentions will be issued to those who choose to ignore the rule.

UPCOMING EVENTS
Today, November 8
9:00pm-6:30am Cardboard City sponsored by FFA
Saturday, November 9
6:30am. Cardboard City Ends
9:00am. Cheer CBC Championships @ Ben Logan HS
9:00am. JV & Var. Girls Bball Scrimmage @ Home
6:00pm. Band Booster Quarter Auction @ Pre-K – 8 Building
See the additional attachment for further information
Monday, November 11
7:00pm. FFA Greenhand Ceremony in Auditorium
Tuesday, November 12
4:00pm-9:00pm. Band Booster Frisch’s Fundraiser
5:30pm. JV & Var. Boys Bball Scrimmage @ Piqua HS
6:00pm. Girls Bball Scrimmage @ Home
Wednesday, November 13
7:00pm. Fall Sports Awards in HS Gym
Thursday, November 14
1:30pm. Assembly
Friday, November 15
6:00pm. JV & Var. Boys Scrimmage @ Home
Saturday, November 16
10:30am. JV & Var. Girls Bball @ Madison-Plains HS
Tuesday, November 19
6:00pm. JV & Var. Girls Bball Scrimmage @ Yellow Springs HS
Board of Education Meeting @ Central Office
Wednesday, November 20
1:00pm. Assembly
6:30pm. Football Banquet @ Champaign Co. Fairgrounds
Friday, November 22
5:00pm. JV Girls Skeeter Classic @ Mechanicsburg HS
6:00pm. Varsity Girls Skeeter Classic
JV Boys Bball Scrimmage @ Greenville HS
Saturday, November 23
12:30pm. Bowling Kick Off Tournament @ Columbus Square
Bowling
2:00pm. JV Girls Skeeter Classic @ Home
5:00pm. Var. Girls Skeeter Classic @ Home
Monday, November 25
11:00pm. Sophomores Visit Ohio HiPoint Campus
4:00pm. Bowling @ Southwest Bowl
Tuesday, November 26
4:00pm. Bowling @ Madison Bowling Lane
6:00pm. JV Girls Bball @ Home
7:30pm. Vr. Girls Bball @ Home
Wednesday, November 27
Exchange Day – No School November 28-29
Thanksgiving Break – No School
Friday, November 29
4:30pm. Fr. Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
6:00pm. JV Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
7:30pm. Var. Boys Bball @ Northeastern HS
Monday, December 2
2 Hour Delay Day/Teacher Inservice
6:00pm. JV Girls Bball @Home
7:30pm. Var. Girls Bball @ Home
Tuesday, December 3
4:00pm. Bowling @ Southwest Bowl
4:45pm. Fr. Boys Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS
6:00pm. JV Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS
7:30pm. Var. Boys Bball @ Kenton Ridge HS

WAYNESFIELD GOSHEN

There will be a NHS meeting today during lunch in Mrs. Laments room. Please get your lunch and then report to Mrs. Laments room. 

The following students were nominated by teachers as students that did something above and beyond the daily grind of the day: Damien Canter, Jamen Stafford, Logan Hendrickson, Josh McConnel, Gavin Schneider & Austin Birt! Please come to the office to claim your earned reward!

The following students need to come to the office immediately: Bruce Lender, Dawson Kelly, Mya Banks, Sam Smith & Avery Druham.


WEST LIBERTY-SALEM

Image result for birthday imageToday:

Alexis Lowe

Abigail Timmons

Ashlyn Tackett

 

Saturday: Xavier Ronneberg & Trevor Dunham

Sunday: Alexander Wick


DRAMA PRODUCTION: The West Liberty-Salem Drama Club will present their performance “Night of One Acts!!” today. It will be 3 mini drama acts. Showtime is today at 7:00 pm. Tickets are available only at the door: $5.00 for students, $7.00 for adults.

MUSICAL: Cast and Crew Applications are now available for the musical and can be picked up in Mr. Henry’s room.

SENIORS OF THE MONTH: Congratulations to Cade Clerico and Savannah Weaver for being November Seniors of the Month!

KEY CLUB: Next meeting November 13th, 1st HR. 

Need Community Service? Join Key Club Sunday, Nov 17th, for Leaf Raking around West Liberty, from 1:30-3:30. Sign up posted outside the HS Counseling office. 

PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES: Conferences will be next Tuesday from 3:00 – 6:00 pm, see Mrs. Nieman to set up a conference.

BOOK FAIR: Don’t forget there will be a Book Fair during P/T conferences and through the school day until November 13th!

FRENCH: November 11-15th is National French Week!

HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE

COLLEGE VISITS: Juniors/Seniors: Sign up to meet with one or all of them during Jr/Sr HR in the Counseling Office. The sign-up sheet is posted on the bulletin board in front of the Counseling Office.

Mon, Nov 11 UNOH

VETERINARY MEDICINE: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a VET FOR A DAY? Join the veterinary students at the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine to learn all about being a veterinarian. VET FOR A DAY is scheduled for Sat, Nov 16 from 10am-3pm for students in grades 6-12. The cost is $45 (includes pizza). Register at http://vet.osu.edu/VFAD.

SPORTS MANAGEMENT: Juniors & Seniors, especially potential Sports Management majors: There is a unique opportunity to learn about the behind the scenes workings of an NFL team! The Detroit Lions are hosting a Student Business Fair on Tues, Dec 11. For $39, participants receive: A game ticket for the Vikings vs Lions, opportunity to purchase $39 game tickets for family/friends, a behind the scenes tour of Ford Field, Presentations from the Detroit Lions Executives and Q&A sessions with Lions Executives. Call 313.262.2194 or go to www.detroitlions.com/studentfair for more information.

INTERNSHIPS: The Dayton Dragons are hiring for internships and part-time positions for the 2020 season!  Even though it might seem early, the Dragons are looking to get a head-start on the hiring process and are looking to fill all open positions by the time schools are on Winter Break. Their positions are mostly part-time internships that allow individuals to work around school/class schedules and other obligations. They are looking to fill the following positions:

• Sport Management Assistants

• Green Team

• Mascots

• VIP Guest Services

• Grounds Crew

• Bat Boy/Girl

Please contact Christine Burns, Dayton Dragons Manager of Corporate Partnerships, at Christine.burns@daytondragons.com.

FREE TRIP: A great opportunity for Sophomores & Juniors: Youth Tour Ohio is an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. this June sponsored by Pioneer Electric. For more information, pick up a flyer in the HS Counseling Office or go tohttps://www.pioneerec.com/its-back-youth-tour-returns-pioneer-electric.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP FOCUS LIST

COUNSELING OFFICE DUE

DATE LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

1/21/20 Ohio Township Assn App in Counseling Office

1/24/20 ACME Baseball Scholarship (at least one yr ACME Varsity Baseball) App in Counseling Office

1/30/20 James & Pat FitzRandolph WL-S Education Assn App in Counseling Office

2/6/20 Deb Dunham Memorial App in Counseling Office

4/1/20 Champaign County Township Assn (must be Champaign County resident) App in Counseling Office

GUIDANCE DUE DATE COLLEGE/MAJOR SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

1/15/20 BGSU STEM in ACTION scholarships (Education majors) https://www.bgsu.edu/action

DUE DATE OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

11/15/19 Hagan Scholarship Foundation https://haganscholarships.org/

Due dates vary Horatio Alger Assoc Scholarship https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/

ATHLETICS

Football Playoff Game: WLS vs. Madeira at 7:00 pm

PLAYOFF TICKETS: WLS will be playing Cincinnati Madeira High School in Division V Regional Semi-Quarter Final Football play-off on Saturday, Nov. 9th at 7:00 pm at WLS. Gates will open at 5:30 pm. Pre-sale tickets are available in the office for $8.00 (at the door will be $9.00). Children 5 and under are free. Parking is $5.00 and can also be purchased pre-sale in the office. Purchase pre-sale and WLS receives a portion of the profits. If you already have a reserved seat license through WLS Athletic Association, those will be honored at the game.

NEW SWIM TEAM: If any High School student is interested in joining the new WL-S sponsored swim team through the Champaign County YMCA, sign-ups are on the Athletic Office door. Sign up soon! You must be registered and have a valid physical on file in the athletic office to participate.

WEIGHT ROOM: WEIGHT ROOM IS CLOSED TONIGHT.  Open weight room is Tuesday through Thursday, 3-4:30. If you are not accompanied by a coach, you are not permitted in the weight room unless you are there during these times.

OHP AND PARTNER SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 11/7/19

posted Nov 7, 2019, 6:39 AM by Ryin Oder   [ updated Nov 7, 2019, 6:50 AM ]

OHP
Hello Seniors!  Please see the emailed attachment from Mrs. Gessler for the Educational Office Professionals of Ohio (EOPO) Lila M. Van Sweringen Scholarship. This scholarship is for anyone wanting to pursue an office-related career after college. The deadline for this $1000 scholarship is February 14, 2020!  Please let her or Mrs. Gonglik know if you have any questions. 

Seniors!  Please see the email from Mrs. Gessler with information on a FAFSA Help Night at Indian Lake High School today, November 7th. This is the event she and Mrs. Gonglik talked about where you and your parents/guardians would bring your tax information with you and there will financial aid experts there to help you and your parents fill it out and answer any questions/concerns you may have.  Please let Mrs. Gonglik or Mrs. Gessler know if you plan on attending. This event is free and very helpful for those that are new to filling out the FAFSA! Please take advantage of this opportunity. Let them know if you have any questions! 

Students, On November 9th from 7:00 - 10:00 the Student Delegates are hosting our annual fall dance. This year's theme is "Costume Party". Tickets will be sold at the door for $7 a single and $12 a couple.  If you plan on bringing guest that does not attend OHP you will need to complete and return a guest form by November 8th  at 2:30. Your guest must be at least a sophomore in high school and no more than 20 years old.  You may pick up the forms outside of the ECE lab (room 106) off of the cafeteria. These forms must be completed and turned in to Mrs. Walls by November 8th or they will not be permitted to come to the dance. They must have a picture ID with them at the door.  Please watch the school monitors and announcements for more information.

Happy birthday today to Kathryn Jones!


Today's lunch is Chicken Bowl or Popcorn Chicken, Corn, Choice of Fruit, and Milk
Tomorrow's lunch is Beef & Cheese Burrito or Pizza, Tater Tots, Choice of Fruit, and Milk

BELLEFONTAINE

DARE Club members, your shirt orders need to be turned in by ‪November 8th to Mrs Mount or Officer Walters. More order forms are available if you need one.


Reminder to the Interact Club to RSVP for today's working luncheon meeting to Mrs. Lehman ASAP.


The Interact Club will be celebrating World Interact Club Week ‪until November 8th. To celebrate, the Interact Club will be placing the Rotary Wheel around the building. If you find a Wheel bring it to Mrs. Lehman in the library for a treat! 


All students interested in participating in TEAMS should stop by Room 114 this week to sign up. TEAMS is an engineering competition that is held in February. All students who are interested in engineering should participate. Sign up in Room 114 sometime this week.



All Chieftains who love to Ski/Snowboard. The BHS Ski Club discounted rate can now be purchased online at ‪skimadriver.com. The club name is BCS and the password is chiefs. Discounted club rates will be available ‪through December 18

 

This is the final reminder for Interact Club members for our "This is How We Interact" luncheon to be held tomorrow. Please see Mrs. Lehman today if you are interested in attending. 

 

 

BEN LOGAN

Hello OHPCC/ CCP/ STW/ CC Students,

Here are your announcements for the month of November:

  • Benjamin Logan High School Announcements: In addition to Mr. Smith's announcements, make sure to read the daily announcements to students at the high school.  Check them daily!
  • OHPCC Visit- Mr. Smith will be on campus next Monday (11/11), and Thursday (11/14).  Should you need anything, just stop by or let him know!
  • FAFSA Assistance- Today, November 7th, Indian Lake High School will be hosting an event for seniors and parents in need of assistance completing their college financial aid forms (FAFSA).  College representatives and school counselors will be on-site to provide assistance.  This event, which is open to all Benjamin Logan students, will begin at 4:30 and conclude by 6:00.  
  • December ACT Registration- The deadline to register for the December ACT is this coming Friday, November 8th.  
  • School-To-Work Meeting- Our November meeting will take place on Tuesday, November 12th at 11:00 a.m. or 3:00 p.m. in the library.  Your attendance at one of these meetings is mandatory.  Additionally, a record of your October hours will need to be submitted at that time.
  • College Applications- The Guidance Office is encouraging college-bound seniors to complete admissions applications before Thanksgiving Break.  We will host our 4th (and final) College Application Workshop on Wednesday, November 20th at 1:00 p.m. in the Library.  If you need assistance, please let us know! 
  • EOC Testing- Those juniors and seniors completing EOC testing in December will receive testing notifications once we return from Thanksgiving Break.  Most testing will occur the week of December 9th.
GRAHAM
Do you want some really awesome GRAHAM APPAREL?? CHECK your EMAIL for the WEEKLY FLIER from Mr. Rismiller to see all the possible options to get. ORDERS must be IN by Thursday, November 21.

Don’t be a turkey! Gobble up the SAVINGS on your YEARBOOK, $60 UNTIL Friday, November 29. P.S.: BRING your  SPARE CHANGE to PURCHASE yummy BAKED GOODS for a YEARBOOK FUNDRAISER TODAY (11/7) and FRIDAY (11/8).

NEXT WEEK on Wednesday, November 13, the ARMY REPRESENTATIVES will be in the GUIDANCE CONFERENCE ROOM DURING ADVISORY WITH PIZZA to TALK to ANYONE who might be INTERESTED in the MILITARY AFTER GRADUATION and would like info on how the military can pay for college! SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

Those students INTERESTED in WRESTLING need to ATTEND the MEETING TONIGHT (11/7) at 7:00 in the HS CAFETERIA.

SENIORS: If you are THINKING of ATTENDING Sinclair AFTER GRADUATION, DON’T FORGET PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE is Sunday, December 15. Also, APPLY for their SCHOLARSHIPS at Sinclair.edu/scholarships.

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO RECEIVED THE AP OPT-IN FORM FROM Mr. Spirko LAST FRIDAY: If you wish to TAKE the AP ASSESSMENT in May, please TURN IN the SIGNED PARENT/GUARDIAN OPT-IN FORM to the OFFICE no later than TOMORROW (11/8).

The Ohio JCI Charitable and Education Foundation Scholarship is available for application. There are 2 scholarships available. One is academic based and one is needs based. All seniors can apply. Check online or in the guidance office.

The HOSA BLOOD DRIVE is fast APPROACHING. If you NEED FORMS, CHECK OUTSIDE Mrs. Hess’s ROOM. Please RETURN all FORMS TOMORROW (11/8)!! We need you to be a HERO and DONATE!!!

Do you REMEMBER the CHOCOLATE SUCKERS from ELEMENTARY? Well THEY’RE BACK! YOUTH and GOVERNMENT will be SELLING CHOCOLATE SUCKERS for just $1 DURING LUNCHES STARTING NEXT WEEK on Monday, November 11, THRU Friday, November 22, or UNTIL THEY SELL OUT. Get them before they’re gone!

The International Student Exchange Program offers students a chance to study abroad at places like Thailand, China, Canada, Mexico, etc. They also have a scholarship possibility through the Walter Danielson Scholarship. Get info on-line or in the guidance office.

Graham CHEER INVITES EVERYONE to the CBC COMPETITION SATURDAY (11/9) at Ben Logan.  Graham PERFORMS at 1:40. Please COME SUPPORT your CHEERLEADERS.

INDIAN LAKE

FCCLA members meet in the Foods Lab at 8:05 today.


Key Club will be having a food drive again this year for the St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry until November 22. The winning

Laker Time class will receive donuts and chocolate milk!  The next Key Club meeting will be on Wednesday, November

13th, in front of the school for the Yellow Tulip Project planting ceremony. Any members who can help to prepare the soil this

week, please see Mrs. Ignarski to sign up.


SADD Members: If you signed up to bake cookies for the blood drive, we need them here today or first thing Friday morning. 


Blood Donors:  Please keep doing these things: drink plenty of fluids, eat healthy meals, and get your rest!  Thank you for giving the gift of life!


Sophomore Youth Leadership members host the November county meeting in the library from 9:30 - 1:30 today.  


E-sports is going to be shifting focus to Overwatch starting this week. If you are interested in competing in Overwatch, please be at e-sports after school today in the Robotics room.  If you have any peripherals that you prefer to use, particularly a headset, please bring that today.  If you cannot be there, see Mr. Dunn sometime this week.  For those not interested in Overwatch, you are still welcome to attend, bring your Switches, and continue to practice Smash Ultimate.


The Outreach Centers will be closed on Monday, November 11th and Monday, November 18th.


KENTON

Seniors!  Indian Lake High School is hosting a FAFSA Help workshop for you and your parents today, November 7, 4:30-6:00.  You can email to register tuttleg@ils-k12.org For more information, see Mrs. Rogers!

Christmas Care Packages For Military. HOSA is collecting travel size q-tips, travel size tissues, and travel size deodorants. These items will be collected and given to the Blue Star Mothers. The Blue Star Mothers will use these items to send care packages to military members. Bring your travel size items to your 5th period class. The 5th period class that collects the most donations will get a pizza party. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Mrs. Bookmyer or Bailie Clark.

On Tuesday, November 12th GROB Systems will be presenting during Mr. Fackler's first period class and Mr. McDougle's 6th period class. Any senior, who is not in those classes, and would like to hear about the apprenticeship opportunities available through GROB can meet with them during 2nd period in the Library. Sign up in Mrs. Eley's room or the guidance office. Please then mark your calendar so that you remember to report to the library that day!

OhioMeans Jobs will host a job fair on Friday, November 8th, from 10am to 2pm at the Hardin County Sheriff's office. KHS Seniors who plan to work after graduation are encouraged to attend this fair to learn about job opportunities.  Also, please save-the-date for the annual Hardin County High School Career Fair (which has been hosted at KHS in the past few years).  It will take place this year at the Hardin County Fairgrounds on Tuesday, March 3, 2020.  For questions about attending
these local career fairs, please contact Mrs. Cross.

Juniors!  Mrs. Rogers has shared information about an upcoming ACT Prep workshop with you through your school email.  See guidance office with questions!

Student Council Meeting for November will take place on Tuesday, November 12th. We will be voting for officers and making our food drive posters. We will be meeting in the library at 7:30

The HOSA Single Elimination Dodgeball Tournament will be Friday, November 15th, at 6:30p.m. Signups are during A, B & C lunch periods and will begin Monday October 28th and run until Nov 11th. There will be six members to a team. Two of those members must be females. Teachers are welcome to come join the fun as well. The cost to play is $20 a team. If you
don't want to play, feel free to come watch. The student entry fee is $1 and adults are $2. No need to worry we will also be offering some yummy and tasty concessions during the Dodgeball tournaments so come prepared for an evening of fun.

**MANDATORY HOSA MEETING** November 12 @ 7:30a.m. in the Choir Room. The meeting will begin at 7:30am and end by 7:55a.m. If you are unable to attend this meeting and want to join HOSA you must speak with Mrs. Bookmyer prior to the meeting.

If you need to borrow professional clothing, such as a suit or tie, for an academic event or interview, come visit the Wildcat Career Closet!! It's located in the back of the KHS Media Center (library) and open to all students on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th & 8th periods, or by appointment.  For more information, please contact Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

Mrs. Cross - KHS Career Readiness Advisor- will be holding regular office hours on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th and 8th periods in the KHS Media Center (Library).  Either drop by, or schedule a meeting to discuss possible internships, job shadowing opportunities, or your future career interests on a Wednesday (or at another time).  To schedule a meeting, please email Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org 


MARYSVILLE
On Friday, November 8th, Marysville will be having an Inservice Day for teachers.  Marysville will not be in session for students on that day however, Hi-Point is in session on that day, so you will still need to attend OHP.  For those of you who ride a bus to MHS in the morning to take the bus to Hi-Point, you will need to arrange transportation to the high school on that day as there will be no regular busing.  The Hi-Point bus will be here to take you to Hi-Point for classes at the regular time of 7:30 AM.  At the end of the school day, you will return to MHS but will again need to arrange transportation home as there is no regular busing that day.  For 1/2 day Hi-Point AM lab students, you will also need to arrange transportation home from MHS at the end of your 1/2 day day, as there are no classes at MHS and no busing to take you home from MHS.  Please let Mrs. Proehl know if you have any questions.  

MECHANICSBURG

Teachers- if you have not done so, please restart your computers per Mr. Blancet’s email.


FFA Members, Fruit sale forms and money are due Friday!!


FFA team practices for Meats will begin Monday at crunchtime in Mr. Neer's room. General Livestock practices will begin on Wednesday the 13th at 6 pm in Mr. Neer's room.


MS and JV Bball Cheer practice Monday November 11th @ 3:00 in the Commons.


RIDGEMONT

*The entrée for lunch on Friday is a shredded chicken sandwich.

*Fee payments for November are past due. Please submit your payment so that students are able to attend field trips. Thank you!

*Winter Sports pictures will be on November 20th beginning at 2:45pm.

*The NASP State Archery Tournament will be held on March 21 at the Ohio Expo Center. Thursday, November 14 will be the first archery practice (ONLY FOR STUDENTS COMPETING IN THE STATE TOURNAMENT) in the AG shop immediately following school until 4:30pm. This is available for students in grades 5-12. The following permission form must be signed and turned in before students can participate: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yTKxZJH0QVzvxUqwwnRs5NwNl6p3z5K2

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*During the month of November, the Gopher Den will be selling your favorite flavors of hot chocolate!

*The Spanish Club is selling Der Dutchman pies, now through November 8. They will be delivered on Tuesday, November 26th for pick up in the afternoon. This is just in time for your Thanksgiving meal or you could even freeze them! Flavors

for $15 include the following: Apple, Dutch Apple, Peach, Cherry, Blueberry, Blackberry, Pumpkin, Sugar-free Apple, and Sugar-free Cherry. Pecan Pie is available for $16. You can also purchase Pumpkin and Chocolate Cake Rolls for

$15 each. If you don’t see a flavor that you like, for example a chocolate cream pie, you can also purchase a voucher to redeem at the store. If you have any questions or would like to place an order please contact Senorita Webber at

danielle.webber@ridgemont.k12.oh.us or contact any student attending the trip to Europe.

*The Fall Sports Banquet is Wednesday, November 13th at 6 p.m.

*A pair of child’s eyeglasses were found on Trick or Treat night. They were turned in to the Welcome Center. If your child lost their glasses, please come to the Welcome Center to see if they belong to your child.

*Students must have fees paid or have a payment plan set up in order to attend field trips.

*We now accept CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS in the Welcome Center! You can pay fees at any time with no finance charge! You can also add money to your lunch account or buy Gopher Gear with approximately a 3% finance charge. Call 937-354-2141 ext. 2201 for details!

*Please remember that our Visitor Policy states that you should call 24 hours in advance to schedule a lunch visit. Please call the Welcome Center at 937-354-2141 option #2. Visitors are restricted to parents/guardians and grandparents.

Other family members need to be approved by Mrs. Stover.

*Please remember to call the school when your child is absent. A call in should be made by 9:30 a.m. and can be made via the attendance email, (secretary@ridgemont.k12.oh.us), the attendance line (937-354-2141 Option 1) or the main office (937-354-2141 Option 2).


TRIAD

If you are interested in track and field please sign up on the office window.


Science Club is having a party today from 2:30-3:30. Make sure you can be there ON TIME and stay the FULL hour. Get a ticket from Mr. Mutters if you want to attend the party.


The final read thrus for the upcoming musical, Into the Woods, is today, immediately after school. See Mr. Waibel if you have any questions.


URBANA

If you are interested in buying an Urbana yearbook, there are order forms available in the Student Services office at Hi-Point.

**Seniors** Start looking for a baby picture to submit to yearbook!  More information will come next week. You will need to submit by December 1.
**Senior pictures are due in by February 1.

Students who ride bus 19 will ride bus 10 until further notice. 

Now that marching band is over, students are not permitted to take bookbags to 8th period class. This includes all students to any 8th period class. Bookbags must remain in lockers until 2:37. 

Picture Retake day is today. If you purchased your pictures, and simply need retakes, please return your picture packet to the school today. If you did not purchase pictures on the original date, and would like to do so now, please get an order form the main office. Retakes will take place during first and second period today.  

The quiz team will practice today from 7-8 PM in the library.  Bring your chromebook.  We are preparing for our next In the Know Match.  New members are welcome.  If you have questions about joining quiz team, see Mrs. Zaborowski. 

There is no detention today due to parent teacher conferences. 

Ohio Wesleyan University will be here on November 13th to meet with any interested Jr or Sr.  Sign up in the guidance office. 

This is just a reminder to students to be respectful of our school property, both inside and out. We are currently having issues in the restrooms. Staff will be monitoring restrooms more frequently. If you are aware of damage done, please notify the main office immediately. Keep in mind when additional messes are made, our most adored custodian, Jeff is the person cleaning up that mess. 

Cardboard city will be held on November 8th to raise money for the Caring Kitchen and create homeless awareness.  It will be held down by the football field between concession stand and the weight room.  If you are interested in attending see Mrs. Zachrich or Mr. Wilhelm to get a permission slip. Any UHS student is permitted to attend. 

Just a reminder cell phones, earbuds and headphones are NOT permitted from 7:25-2:37 other than during your lunch periods. Headphones and earbuds must be removed before entering into the academic wing. Detentions will be issued to those who choose to ignore the rule.

The remaining blood drives for the 2019-20 school year are Friday, January 31, 2020 sponsored by the UHS Choirs and Monday, March 30, 2020 sponsored by Student Council.


UPCOMING EVENTS

Today, November 7

3:00pm-6:30pm. Parent Teacher Conferences

Friday, November 8

9:00pm-6:30am Cardboard City sponsored by FFA

Saturday, November 9

6:30am. Cardboard City Ends

9:00am. Cheer CBC Championships @ Ben Logan HS

6:00pm. Band Booster Quarter Auction @ Pre-K – 8 Building

See the next page for details

Monday, November 11

7:00pm. FFA Greenhand Ceremony in Auditorium

Tuesday, November 12

4:00pm-9:00pm. Band Booster Frisch’s Fundraiser

Wednesday, November 13

7:00pm. Fall Sports Awards


WAYNESFIELD GOSHEN

There will be a NHS meeting Friday during lunch in Mrs. Laments room. Please get your lunch and then report to Mrs. Laments room. 

Emma DeLong, Branxton Glick & Cayden Ridgeway come to the office immediately. 


WEST LIBERTY-SALEM

DRAMA PRODUCTION: The West Liberty-Salem Drama Club will present their performance “Night of One Acts!!” today and Friday. It will be 3 mini drama acts. Showtime is today and Friday at 7:00 pm. Tickets are available only at the door: $5.00 for students, $7.00 for adults.

MUSICAL: Cast and Crew Applications are now available for the musical and can be picked up in Mr. Henry’s room.

CHOIR REHEARSAL: There will be Full Choir TODAY to get ready for our concert tonight. Students may go to other meetings if needed.

FALL CHOIR FESTIVAL: Our WLS choir will be performing at Bellefontaine HS tonight at 7:00 pm, come support our choir!

PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES: TONIGHT and Tuesday from 3:00 – 6:00 pm, see Mrs. Nieman to set up a conference.

GRADE CARDS: Grade cards will be going home on Friday!

BOOK FAIR: Don’t forget there will be a Book Fair during P/T conferences and through the school day until November 13th!

FRENCH: November 11-15th is National French Week!

HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE

COLLEGE VISITS: Juniors/Seniors: Sign up to meet with one or all of them during Jr/Sr HR in the Counseling Office. The sign-up sheet is posted on the bulletin board in front of the Counseling Office.

Mon, Nov 11 UNOH

VETERINARY MEDICINE: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a VET FOR A DAY? Join the veterinary students at the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine to learn all about being a veterinarian. VET FOR A DAY is scheduled for Sat, Nov 16 from 10am-3pm for students in grades 6-12. The cost is $45 (includes pizza). Register at http://vet.osu.edu/VFAD.

SPORTS MANAGEMENT: Juniors & Seniors, especially potential Sports Management majors: There is a unique opportunity to learn about the behind the scenes workings of an NFL team! The Detroit Lions are hosting a Student Business Fair on Tues, Dec 11. For $39, participants receive: A game ticket for the Vikings vs Lions, opportunity to purchase $39 game tickets for family/friends, a behind the scenes tour of Ford Field, Presentations from the Detroit Lions Executives and Q&A sessions with Lions Executives. Call 313.262.2194 or go to www.detroitlions.com/studentfair for more information.

INTERNSHIPS: The Dayton Dragons are hiring for internships and part-time positions for the 2020 season!  Even though it might seem early, the Dragons are looking to get a head-start on the hiring process and are looking to fill all open positions by the time schools are on Winter Break. Their positions are mostly part-time internships that allow individuals to work around school/class schedules and other obligations. They are looking to fill the following positions:

• Sport Management Assistants

• Green Team

• Mascots

• VIP Guest Services

• Grounds Crew

• Bat Boy/Girl

Please contact Christine Burns, Dayton Dragons Manager of Corporate Partnerships, at  Christine.burns@daytondragons.com.

FREE TRIP: A great opportunity for Sophomores & Juniors: Youth Tour Ohio is an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C.  this June sponsored by Pioneer Electric. For more information, pick up a flyer in the HS Counseling Office or go to https://www.pioneerec.com/its-back-youth-tour-returns-pioneer-electric.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP FOCUS LIST

COUNSELING OFFICE DUE

DATE LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

1/21/20 Ohio Township Assn App in Counseling Office

1/24/20 ACME Baseball Scholarship (at least one yr ACME Varsity Baseball) App in Counseling Office

1/30/20 James & Pat FitzRandolph WL-S Education Assn App in Counseling Office

2/6/20 Deb Dunham Memorial App in Counseling Office

4/1/20 Champaign County Township Assn (must be Champaign County resident) App in Counseling Office

GUIDANCE DUE DATE COLLEGE/MAJOR SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

1/15/20 BGSU STEM in ACTION scholarships (Education majors) https://www.bgsu.edu/action

DUE DATE OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

11/15/19 Hagan Scholarship Foundation https://haganscholarships.org/

Due dates vary Horatio Alger Assoc Scholarship https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/

ATHLETICS

Boys and Girls Bowling Tryouts at Southwest Bowl, Urbana at 6:00 pm.

PLAYOFF TICKETS: WLS will be playing Cincinnati Madeira High School in Division V Regional Semi-Quarter Final Football play-off on Saturday, Nov. 9th at 7:00 pm at WLS. Gates will open at 5:30 pm. Pre-sale tickets are available in the office for $8.00 (at the door will be $9.00). Children 5 and under are free. Parking is $5.00 and can also be purchased pre-sale in the office. Purchase pre-sale and WLS receives a portion of the profits. If you already have a reserved seat license through WLS Athletic Association, those will be honored at the game.

BOWLING: Bowling tryouts are TONIGHT from 6-8 at Southwest Bowl in Urbana. You must attend one to be able to join the team.

NEW SWIM TEAM: If any High School student is interested in joining the new WL-S sponsored swim team through the Champaign County YMCA, sign-ups are on the Athletic Office door. Sign up soon! You must be registered and have a valid physical on file in the athletic office to participate.

WEIGHT ROOM: Open weight room is Tuesday through Thursday, 3-4:30. If you are not accompanied by a coach, you are not permitted in the weight room unless you are there during these times.


OHP AND PARTNER SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 11/6/19

posted Nov 6, 2019, 6:56 AM by Ryin Oder   [ updated Nov 6, 2019, 7:46 AM ]

OHP
Hello Seniors!  Please see the emailed attachment from Mrs. Gessler for the Educational Office Professionals of Ohio (EOPO) Lila M. Van Sweringen Scholarship. This scholarship is for anyone wanting to pursue an office-related career after college. The deadline for this $1000 scholarship is February 14, 2020!  Please let her or Mrs. Gonglik know if you have any questions. 

Seniors!  Please see the email from Mrs. Gessler with information on a FAFSA Help Night at Indian Lake High School on November 7th. This is the event she and Mrs. Gonglik talked about where you and your parents/guardians would bring your tax information with you and there will financial aid experts there to help you and your parents fill it out and answer any questions/concerns you may have.  Please let Mrs. Gonglik or Mrs. Gessler know if you plan on attending. This event is free and very helpful for those that are new to filling out the FAFSA! Please take advantage of this opportunity. Let them know if you have any questions! 

Students, On November 9th from 7:00 - 10:00 the Student Delegates are hosting our annual fall dance. This year's theme is "Costume Party". Tickets will be sold at the door for $7 a single and $12 a couple.  If you plan on bringing guest that does not attend OHP you will need to complete and return a guest form by November 8th  at 2:30. Your guest must be at least a sophomore in high school and no more than 20 years old.  You may pick up the forms outside of the ECE lab (room 106) off of the cafeteria. These forms must be completed and turned in to Mrs. Walls by November 8th or they will not be permitted to come to the dance. They must have a picture ID with them at the door.  Please watch the school monitors and announcements for more information.

Happy birthday today to Megan Richardson, Haylee Saylor, and Austin Dixon!


Today's lunch is Mac & Cheese or Fish Sticks, Peas, Choice of Fruit and Milk
Tomorrow's lunch is Chicken Bowl or Popcorn Chicken, Corn, Choice of Fruit, and Milk

BELLEFONTAINE

DARE Club members, your shirt orders need to be turned in by ‪November 8th to Mrs Mount or Officer Walters. More order forms are available if you need one.


Reminder to the Interact Club to RSVP for Thursday's working luncheon meeting to Mrs. Lehman ASAP.


The Interact Club will be celebrating World Interact Club Week ‪until November 8th. To celebrate, the Interact Club will be placing the Rotary Wheel around the building. If you find a Wheel bring it to Mrs. Lehman in the library for a treat! 


All students interested in participating in TEAMS should stop by Room 114 this week to sign up. TEAMS is an engineering competition that is held in February. All students who are interested in engineering should participate. Sign up in Room 114 sometime this week.



All Chieftains who love to Ski/Snowboard. The BHS Ski Club discounted rate can now be purchased online at ‪skimadriver.com. The club name is BCS and the password is chiefs. Discounted club rates will be available ‪through December 18

 

This is the final reminder for Interact Club members for our "This is How We Interact" luncheon to be held tomorrow. Please see Mrs. Lehman today if you are interested in attending. 

 

 

Happy Birthday Today To:

Derek Hennigan

Marlo Hyden

&Andrea Canton



‪Lunch For Today:

French Toast w/sausage & Graham

or

Hot/Spicy Chicken on Bun

Or

Stuffed Crust Pizza

Sweet Potato Fries

Fresh Vegetables

& Orange Wedges


BEN LOGAN

Hello OHPCC/ CCP/ STW/ CC Students,

Here are your announcements for the month of November:

  • Benjamin Logan High School Announcements: In addition to my own announcements, make sure to read the daily announcements to students at the high school.  Check them daily!
  • OHPCC Visit- Mr. Smith will be on campus today (11/6), next Monday (11/11), and Thursday (11/14).  Should you need anything, just stop by or let him know!
  • FAFSA Assistance- On Thursday, November 7th, Indian Lake High School will be hosting an event for seniors and parents in need of assistance completing their college financial aid forms (FAFSA).  College representatives and school counselors will be on-site to provide assistance.  This event, which is open to all Benjamin Logan students, will begin at 4:30 and conclude by 6:00.  
  • December ACT Registration- The deadline to register for the December ACT is this coming Friday, November 8th.  
  • School-To-Work Meeting- Our November meeting will take place on Tuesday, November 12th at 11:00 a.m. or 3:00 p.m. in the library.  Your attendance at one of these meetings is mandatory.  Additionally, a record of your October hours will need to be submitted at that time.
  • College Applications- The Guidance Office is encouraging college-bound seniors to complete admissions applications before Thanksgiving Break.  We will host our 4th (and final) College Application Workshop on Wednesday, November 20th at 1:00 p.m. in the Library.  If you need assistance, please let us know! 
  • EOC Testing- Those juniors and seniors completing EOC testing in December will receive testing notifications once we return from Thanksgiving Break.  Most testing will occur the week of December 9th.

GRAHAM
Do you want some really awesome GRAHAM APPAREL?? CHECK your EMAIL for the WEEKLY FLIER from Mr. Rismiller to see all the possible options to get. ORDERS must be IN by Thursday, November 21.

SENIORS: Our REPRESENTATIVE from Clark State Community College will BE HERE TOMORROW (11/7) from 11:20 to 12:20. Please SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE or on NAVIANCE to speak with her about classes and scholarships.

Don’t be a turkey! Gobble up the SAVINGS on your YEARBOOK, $60 UNTIL Friday, November 29. P.S.: BRING your SPARE CHANGE to PURCHASE yummy BAKED GOODS for a YEARBOOK FUNDRAISER TOMORROW (11/7) and FRIDAY (11/8).

There will be a STUDENT SENATE MEETING TOMORROW (11/7) MORNING at 7:10 in the MEDIA CENTER.

NEXT WEEK on Wednesday, November 13, the ARMY REPRESENTATIVES will be in the GUIDANCE CONFERENCE ROOM DURING ADVISORY WITH PIZZA to TALK to ANYONE who might be INTERESTED in the MILITARY AFTER GRADUATION and would like info on how the military can pay for college! SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

Those students INTERESTED in WRESTLING need to ATTEND the MEETING TOMORROW (11/7) EVENING at 7:00 in the HS CAFETERIA.

SENIORS: If you are THINKING of ATTENDING Sinclair AFTER GRADUATION, DON’T FORGET PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE is Sunday, December 15. Also, APPLY for their SCHOLARSHIPS at Sinclair.edu/scholarships.

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO RECEIVED THE AP OPT-IN FORM FROM Mr. Spirko LAST FRIDAY: If you wish to TAKE the AP ASSESSMENT in May, please TURN IN the SIGNED PARENT/GUARDIAN OPT-IN FORM to the OFFICE no later than FRIDAY (11/8).

The Ohio JCI Charitable and Education Foundation Scholarship is available for application. There are 2 scholarships available. One is academic based and one is needs based. All seniors can apply. Check online or in the guidance office.

INDIAN LAKE

There is a meeting for BPA members today in the cafeteria at 8:05.


FCCLA members meet in the Foods Lab at 8:05 on Thursday.


Key Club will be having a food drive again this year for the St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry until November 22. The winning

Laker Time class will receive donuts and chocolate milk!  The next Key Club meeting will be on Wednesday, November

13th, in front of the school for the Yellow Tulip Project planting ceremony. Any members who can help to prepare the soil this

week, please see Mrs. Ignarski to sign up.


SADD Members: If you signed up to bake cookies for the blood drive, we need them here Thursday or first thing Friday morning. 


Blood Donors:  Please keep doing these things: drink plenty of fluids, eat healthy meals, and get your rest!  Thank you for giving the gift of life!


Sophomore Youth Leadership members host the November county meeting in the library from 9:30 - 1:30 on Thursday.  In

case of two-hour delay, the meeting will begin at 10:30 and end at 2:00.


E-sports is going to be shifting focus to Overwatch starting this week. If you are interested in competing in Overwatch, please be at e-sports after school tomorrow in the Robotics room.  If you have any peripherals that you prefer to use, particularly a headset, please bring that tomorrow.  If you cannot be there, see Mr. Dunn sometime this week.  For those not interested in Overwatch, you are still welcome to attend, bring your Switches, and continue to practice Smash Ultimate.


Attention Seniors who are planning on attending college next school year: If you have not filled out your FAFSA or have tried and need help finishing it we will host a FAFSA Help Workshop on Nov. 7 in the Media Center.  This will be held at the same time as conferences but will only be from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm.  If you are interested in attending, please contact Mr. Tuttle in the guidance office prior to Nov. 7.


A rep from Urbana will be here today during Laker Time.


The Outreach Centers will be closed on Monday, November 11th and Monday, November 18th.


Lunch

Line 1: Pizza, Dot’s dish, green beans, red peppers, fruit or juice,

and milk

Line 2: Pizza, shredded chicken sandwich, oven fries, cucumbers,

fruit or juice, and milk


KENTON

Seniors!  Indian Lake High School is hosting a FAFSA Help workshop for you and your parents on November 7, 4:30-6:00.  You can email to register tuttleg@ils-k12.org For more information, see Mrs. Rogers!

Christmas Care Packages For Military. HOSA is collecting travel size q-tips, travel size tissues, and travel size deodorants. These items will be collected and given to the Blue Star Mothers. The Blue Star Mothers will use these items to send care packages to military members. Bring your travel size items to your 5th period class. The 5th period class that collects the most donations will get a pizza party. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Mrs. Bookmyer or Bailie Clark.

On Tuesday, November 12th GROB Systems will be presenting during Mr. Fackler's first period class and Mr. McDougle's 6th period class. Any senior, who is not in those classes, and would like to hear about the apprenticeship opportunities available through GROB can meet with them during 2nd period in the Library. Sign up in Mrs. Eley's room or the guidance office. Please then mark your calendar so that you remember to report to the library that day!

OhioMeans Jobs will host a job fair on Friday, November 8th from 10am to 2pm at the Hardin County Sheriff's office. KHS Seniors who plan to work after graduation are encouraged to attend this fair to learn about job opportunities.  Also, please save-the-date for the annual Hardin County High School Career Fair (which has been hosted at KHS in the past few years).  It will take place this year at the Hardin County Fairgrounds on Tuesday, March 3, 2020.  For questions about attending
these local career fairs, please contact Mrs. Cross.

Juniors!  Mrs. Rogers has shared information about an upcoming ACT Prep workshop with you through your school email.  See guidance office with questions!

Student Council Meeting for November will take place on Tuesday, November 12th. We will be voting for officers and making our food drive posters. We will be meeting in the library at 7:30

The HOSA Single Elimination Dodgeball Tournament will be Friday November 15th at 6:30p.m. Signups are during A, B & C lunch periods and will begin Monday October 28th and run until Nov 11th. There will be six members to a team. Two of those members must be females. Teachers are welcome to come join the fun as well. The cost to play is $20 a team. If you
don't want to play, feel free to come watch. The student entry fee is $1 and adults are $2. No need to worry we will also be offering some yummy and tasty concessions during the Dodgeball tournaments so come prepared for an evening of fun.

If you need to borrow professional clothing, such as a suit or tie, for an academic event or interview, come visit the Wildcat Career Closet!! It's located in the back of the KHS Media Center (library) and open to all students on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th & 8th periods, or by appointment.  For more information, please contact Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

Mrs. Cross - KHS Career Readiness Advisor- will be holding regular office hours on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th and 8th periods in the KHS Media Center (Library).  Either drop by, or schedule a meeting to discuss possible internships, job shadowing opportunities, or your future career interests on a Wednesday (or at another time).  To schedule a meeting,
please email Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org


MARYSVILLE
On Friday, November 8th, Marysville will be having an Inservice Day for teachers.  Marysville will not be in session for students on that day however, Hi-Point is in session on that day, so you will still need to attend OHP.  For those of you who ride a bus to MHS in the morning to take the bus to Hi-Point, you will need to arrange transportation to the high school on that day as there will be no regular busing.  The Hi-Point bus will be here to take you to Hi-Point for classes at the regular time of 7:30 AM.  At the end of the school day, you will return to MHS but will again need to arrange transportation home as there is no regular busing that day.  For 1/2 day Hi-Point AM lab students, you will also need to arrange transportation home from MHS at the end of your 1/2 day day, as there are no classes at MHS and no busing to take you home from MHS.  Please let Mrs. Proehl know if you have any questions.  

MECHANICSBURG

FFA Members, Fruit sale forms and money are due Friday!!


FFA team practices for Meats will begin Monday at Crunchtime in Mr. Neer's room.  General Livestock practices will begin on Wednesday the 13th at 6 pm in Mr. Neer's room.


MS and JV Bball Cheer practice Monday November 11th @ 3:00 in the Commons. 


Congratulations: Congratulations Bradley Butsch on your acceptance to Xavier University. Go Musketeers!


RIDGEMONT

*Fee payments for November are past due. Please submit your payment so that students are able to attend field trips. Thank you! *Winter Sports pictures will be on November 20th beginning at 2:45pm.

*The NASP State Archery Tournament will be held on March 21 at the Ohio Expo Center. Thursday, November 14 will be the first archery practice (ONLY FOR STUDENTS COMPETING IN THE STATE TOURNAMENT) in the AG shop immediately following school until 4:30pm. This is available for students in grades 5-12. The following permission form must be signed and turned in before students can participate: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yTKxZJH0QVzvxUqwwnRs5NwNl6p3z5K2oUC_4TToaxg/edit *During the month of November, the Gopher Den will be selling your favorite flavors of hot chocolate! *The Spanish Club is selling Der Dutchman pies, now through November 8. They will be delivered on Tuesday, November 26th for pick up in the afternoon. This is just in time for your Thanksgiving meal or you could even freeze them! Flavors for $15 include the following: Apple, Dutch Apple, Peach, Cherry, Blueberry, Blackberry, Pumpkin, Sugar-free Apple, and Sugar-free Cherry. Pecan Pie is available for $16. You can also purchase Pumpkin and Chocolate Cake Rolls for $15 each. If you don’t see a flavor that you like, for example a chocolate cream pie, you can also purchase a voucher to redeem at the store. If you have any questions or would like to place an order please contact Senorita Webber at danielle.webber@ridgemont.k12.oh.us or contact any student attending the trip to Europe. *The Fall Sports Banquet is Wednesday, November 13th at 6 p.m. *A pair of child’s eyeglasses were found on Trick or Treat night. They were turned in to the Welcome Center. If your child lost their glasses, please come to the Welcome Center to see if they belong to your child. *Students must have fees paid or have a payment plan set up in order to attend field trips. *We now accept CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS in the Welcome Center! You can pay fees at any time with no finance charge! You can also add money to your lunch account or buy Gopher Gear with approximately a 3% finance charge. Call 937-354-2141 ext. 2201 for details! *Please remember that our Visitor Policy states that you should call 24 hours in advance to schedule a lunch visit. Please call the Welcome Center at 937-354-2141 option #2. Visitors are restricted to parents/guardians and grandparents. Other family members need to be approved by Mrs. Stover.

*Please remember to call the school when your child is absent. A call in should be made by 9:30 a.m. and can be made via the attendance email, (secretary@ridgemont.k12.oh.us), the attendance line (937-354-2141 Option 1) or the main office (937-354-2141 Option 2).



TRIAD

11/6

Menu

Pancakes

Egg Omelet

Sausage LInds

Diced Potatoes

Strawberries


NHS members who were not at the meeting yesterday need to see Ms. Fog at some point today. 


If you are interested in track and field please sign up on the office window.


Science Club is having a party Thursday from 2:30-3:30. Make sure you can be there ON TIME and stay the FULL hour. Get a ticket from Mr. Mutters if you want to attend the party.


Softball open gym begins today the elementary gym from 4:15-5:30. Open gym calendars can be picked up on Mrs. Trainer's door. If you have questions contact Coach Dixon


The final read thrus for the upcoming musical, Into the Woods, is tomorrow, immediately after school. See Mr. Waibel if you have any questions


URBANA

If you are interested in buying an Urbana yearbook, there are order forms available in the Student Services office at Hi-Point.

**Seniors** Start looking for a baby picture to submit to yearbook!  More information will come next week. You will need to submit by December 1.
**Senior pictures are due in by February 1.

Students who ride bus 19 will ride bus 10 until further notice. 

We will be on the Climbertime schedule today.  Students are reminded to report to their Climbertime teacher FIRST before proceeding to another class or staff member. 

There is a mandatory baseball meeting today, November 6th, in Coach Russell's room from 3-3:30. Athletes participating in winter sports are not required to attend. 

Picture Retake day is Thursday. If you purchased your pictures, and simply need retakes, please return your picture packet to the school on Thursday. If you did not purchase pictures on the original date, and would like to do so now, please get an order form the main office. Retakes will take place during first and second period on Thursday.   

Ohio Wesleyan University will be here on November 13th to meet with any interested Jr or Sr.  Sign up in the guidance office. 

This is just a reminder to students to be respectful of our school property, both inside and out. We are currently having issues in the restrooms. Staff will be monitoring restrooms more frequently. If you are aware of damage done, please notify the main office immediately. Keep in mind when additional messes are made, our most adored custodian, Jeff is the person cleaning up that mess. 

Cardboard city will be held on November 8th to raise money for the Caring Kitchen and create homeless awareness.  It will be held down by the football field between concession stand and the weight room.  If you are interested in attending see Mrs. Zachrich or Mr. Wilhelm to get a permission slip. Any UHS student is permitted to attend. 

Just a reminder cell phones, earbuds and headphones are NOT permitted from 7:25-2:37 other than during your lunch periods. Headphones and earbuds must be removed before entering into the academic wing. Detentions will be issued to those who choose to ignore the rule.

The remaining blood drives for the 2019-20 school year are Friday, January 31, 2020 sponsored by the UHS Choirs and Monday, March 30, 2020 sponsored by Student Council.


UPCOMING EVENTS

Today, November 6

7:00pm. NHS Induction in Auditorium

Thursday, November 7

3:00pm-6:30pm. Parent Teacher Conferences

Friday, November 8

9:00pm-6:30am Cardboard City sponsored by FFA

Saturday, November 9

6:30am. Cardboard City Ends

9:00am. Cheer CBC Championships @ Ben Logan HS

6:00pm. Band Booster Quarter Auction @ Pre-K – 8 Building

See the next page for details

Monday, November 11

7:00pm. FFA Greenhand Ceremony in Auditorium

Tuesday, November 12

4:00pm-9:00pm. Band Booster Frisch’s Fundraiser

Wednesday, November 13

7:00pm. Fall Sports Awards


WAYNESFIELD GOSHEN

Haley Kiser, Gabriella Cornett, Robert Kiser, Jayden Duvernay & Logan Youtsey come to the office immediately. 

JH Cheerleading will start practices today after school from 3-5pm.

There will be a NHS meeting Friday during lunch in Mrs. Laments room. Please get your lunch and then report to Mrs. Laments room. 

Aleyiah Terry, Samantha Hutchison, Charlotte Maxwell to the office after announcements.


WEST LIBERTY-SALEM

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Logan Humphrey

Carson Kerns

Madeline Cole

Garrett Richardson


PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES: Thursday from 3:00 – 6:00 pm, see Mrs. Nieman to set up a conference.

CHOIR REHEARSAL: There will be Full Choir rehearsals today and Thursday this week to get ready for our concert on Thursday. Students may go to other meetings if needed.

GRADE CARDS: Grade cards will be going home on Friday!

DRAMA PRODUCTION: The West Liberty-Salem Drama Club will present their performance “Night of One Acts!!” this Thursday and Friday. It will be 3 mini drama acts. Showtime is Thursday and Friday at 7:00 pm. Tickets are available only at the door: $5.00 for students, $7.00 for adults.

BOOK FAIR: Don’t forget there will be a Book Fair during P/T conferences and through the school day until November 13th!

FALL CHOIR FESTIVAL: Our WLS choir will be performing at Bellefontaine HS this Thursday at 7:00 pm, come support our choir!

FRENCH: November 11-15th is National French Week!

MUSICAL: Cast and Crew Applications are now available for the musical and can be picked up in Mr. Henry’s room.

HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE

COLLEGE VISITS: Juniors/Seniors: Sign up to meet with one or all of them during Jr/Sr HR in the Counseling Office. The sign-up sheet is posted on the bulletin board in front of the Counseling Office.

Mon, Nov 11 UNOH

VETERINARY MEDICINE: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a VET FOR A DAY? Join the veterinary students at the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine to learn all about being a veterinarian. VET FOR A DAY is scheduled for Sat, Nov 16 from 10am-3pm for students in grades 6-12. The cost is $45 (includes pizza). Register at http://vet.osu.edu/VFAD.

SPORTS MANAGEMENT: Juniors & Seniors, especially potential Sports Management majors: There is a unique opportunity to learn about the behind the scenes workings of an NFL team! The Detroit Lions are hosting a Student Business Fair on Tues, Dec 11. For $39, participants receive: A game ticket for the Vikings vs Lions, opportunity to purchase $39 game tickets for family/friends, a behind the scenes tour of Ford Field, Presentations from the Detroit Lions Executives and Q&A sessions with Lions Executives. Call 313.262.2194 or go to www.detroitlions.com/studentfair for more information.

INTERNSHIPS: The Dayton Dragons are hiring for internships and part-time positions for the 2020 season!  Even though it might seem early, the Dragons are looking to get a head-start on the hiring process and are looking to fill all open positions by the time schools are on Winter Break. Their positions are mostly part-time internships that allow individuals to work around school/class schedules and other obligations. They are looking to fill the following positions:

• Sport Management Assistants

• Green Team

• Mascots

• VIP Guest Services

• Grounds Crew

• Bat Boy/Girl

Please contact Christine Burns, Dayton Dragons Manager of Corporate Partnerships, at Christine.burns@daytondragons.com.

FREE TRIP: A great opportunity for Sophomores & Juniors: Youth Tour Ohio is an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. this June sponsored by Pioneer Electric. For more information, pick up a flyer in the HS Counseling Office or go  to https://www.pioneerec.com/its-back-youth-tour-returns-pioneer-electric.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP FOCUS LIST

COUNSELING OFFICE DUE

DATE LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

1/21/20 Ohio Township Assn App in Counseling Office

1/24/20 ACME Baseball Scholarship (at least one yr ACME Varsity Baseball) App in Counseling Office

1/30/20 James & Pat FitzRandolph WL-S Education Assn App in Counseling Office

2/6/20 Deb Dunham Memorial App in Counseling Office

4/1/20 Champaign County Township Assn (must be Champaign County resident) App in Counseling Office

GUIDANCE DUE DATE COLLEGE/MAJOR SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

1/15/20 BGSU STEM in ACTION scholarships (Education majors) https://www.bgsu.edu/action

DUE DATE OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

11/15/19 Hagan Scholarship Foundation https://haganscholarships.org/

Due dates vary Horatio Alger Assoc Scholarship https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/

ATHLETICS

Golf Team Banquet 6:00 pm

PLAYOFF TICKETS: Playoff tickets for Saturday’s football game will be available in the front office starting today. Tickets are $8.00 and by purchasing them through the office, we will get to keep some of the proceeds!

BOWLING: Bowling tryouts are Thursday from 6-8 at Southwest Bowl in Urbana. You must attend one to be able to join the team.  

CROSS COUNTRY: Six West Liberty-Salem cross country student athletes earned 2019 OATCCC All-Ohio Academic honors at Saturday’s state cross country championships. To be eligible, student athletes grades 10-12 must have a 3.5 or higher grade point average and compete in the state meet. Earning this recognition for the Big Orange are Grace Adams, Megan Adams, Madison Bahan, Lydia Moell, Katelyn Stapleton and Mandilyn Weaver.

NEW SWIM TEAM: If any High School student is interested in joining the new WL-S sponsored swim team through the Champaign County YMCA, sign-ups are on the Athletic Office door. Sign up soon! You must be registered and have a valid physical on file in the athletic office to participate.

WEIGHT ROOM: Open weight room is Tuesday through Thursday, 3-4:30. If you are not accompanied by a coach, you are not permitted in the weight room unless you are there during these times.

OHP AND PARTNER SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 11/5/19

posted Nov 5, 2019, 7:00 AM by Ryin Oder   [ updated Nov 5, 2019, 7:59 AM ]

OHP
Seniors!  Please see the email from Mrs. Gessler with information on a FAFSA Help Night at Indian Lake High School on November 7th. This is the event she and Mrs. Gonglik talked about where you and your parents/guardians would bring your tax information with you and there will financial aid experts there to help you and your parents fill it out and answer any questions/concerns you may have.  Please let Mrs. Gonglik or Mrs. Gessler know if you plan on attending. This event is free and very helpful for those that are new to filling out the FAFSA! Please take advantage of this opportunity. Let them know if you have any questions! 

Students, On November 9th from 7:00 - 10:00 the Student Delegates are hosting our annual fall dance. This year's theme is "Costume Party". Tickets will be sold at the door for $7 a single and $12 a couple.  If you plan on bringing guest that does not attend OHP you will need to complete and return a guest form by November 8th  at 2:30. Your guest must be at least a sophomore in high school and no more than 20 years old.  You may pick up the forms outside of the ECE lab (room 106) off of the cafeteria. These forms must be completed and turned in to Mrs. Walls by November 8th or they will not be permitted to come to the dance. They must have a picture ID with them at the door.  Please watch the school monitors and announcements for more information.

Happy birthday today to Paige Deere and Daniel Dunifon!


Today's lunch is  Meatball Sub or Ravioli, Side Salad, Choice of Fruit and Milk
Tomorrow's lunch is Mac & Cheese or Fish Sticks, Peas, Choice of Fruit and Milk

BELLEFONTAINE

DARE Club members, your shirt orders need to be turned in by November 8th to Mrs. Mount or Officer Walters.  More order forms are available if you need one.

 

2020 yearbooks are now available for pre-order. Seniors, you know you're going to get one, so save money by ordering it before Christmas Break. We will not be producing extras this year, so get your pre-order in to guarantee yourself a book. Order forms are available in the front office or from Mr. Miller.

 

In conjunction with VolleyBuff, McChiefs and the Key Club are selling $3 Breakfast Burrito's Wednesday, November 6th. We will be taking pre-orders through this week, and will deliver your burrito Wednesday throughout the morning.  The burrito's will come with egg/sausage/hash brown and cheese.  We will also have Sour Cream and Salsa available.  

100% of the proceeds from this fundraiser will go to the Kylie Eaton family.  Kylie is a student at BIS and was diagnosed with cancer.  Please contact Coach Reed in room 112 with orders.

BEN LOGAN

Seniors, On Thursday, November 7th, Indian Lake High School will be hosting an event for seniors and parents in need of assistance completing their college financial aid forms (FAFSA).  College representatives and school counselors will be on-site to provide assistance.  This event, which is open to all Benjamin Logan students, will begin at 4:30 and conclude by 6:00.  See the attached flyer Mr. Smith emailed you for details and look to the guidance website for assistance.

ACT/SAT INFORMATION
To register for the ACT or SAT, students must apply online by deadline posted. The high school CEEB code is 365-747. Be sure to submit payment with your registration. See a counselor if you have questions about filling out your registration material.  Students on an IEP, see Mrs. Fuller to discuss ACT/SAT options.  Students who receive assistance for the school
lunch program may also qualify for a test fee waiver. See Mrs. Fuller for more information.  ACT website: www.actstudent.org
ACT TEST DATES DEADLINE
test: 12-14-19 register: 11-8-19
test: 2-8-20 register: 1-10-20
test: 4-4-20 register: 2-28-20
test: 6-13-20** register*** 5-8-20
test: 7-18-20 register: 6-19-20
**Recommended test for juniors
***Students are able to order copy of test taken, their answers, and answer key for these tests.
SAT website: www.collegeboard.com test date 12-7-19 deadline 11-8-19
test: 3-14-20 register: 2-14-20
test: 5-2-20** register: 4-3-20
test: 6-6-20** register: 5-8-20
*SAT test only
**Recommended test for juniors

COLLEGE APPLICATIONS
The following are guidelines that students need to follow when submitting a college application.
1. Online Applications. You will need to contact a School Counselor should you be completing an online application. They will ensure the application is accurate and send any necessary documents (transcript, test scores, class).

CAMPUS VISITS
GUIDELINES
The following are guidelines that students must meet in order to take college visits:
1. Juniors and Seniors are permitted two campus visits.
2. Students can schedule visits online. Notify the guidance office of the visit to receive paperwork needed for the visit. The
paperwork needs to be signed by a parent and your teachers prior to your visit.  Please do not wait until the day before your
visit to get this paperwork.
3. The campus visit will be counted as a school activity as long as the Campus Visitation Verification form is returned to the
Guidance office within three days after the visit. Failure to do so will result in an unexcused absence on the visitation day.
4. No visits will be scheduled the first and last two weeks of each semester. Students that attend during this time will not have the day excused as a college visit. 
5. For additional information, see a counselor.  

FOR YOUR INFORMATION
11-6-19 Junior First Semester Career Readiness Visit Bowling Green State University

11-7-19 FAFSA Assistance Event At Indian Lake High School from 4:30 – 6 p.m.  Students and parents needing assistance
completing the federal government's Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) should attend this event. For more information or to register call 937-686-8851.

Milroy Loan
Logan County residents planning to attend an Ohio college, and study agriculture, food science, environment, or a related field may apply for this interest free loan. Apply online at www.logan.osu.edu

Department of Job and Family Services
ODJFA has a local One Stop in Bellefontaine to help graduating seniors get information about the job market and making career decisions. For more information call 937-599-5165.

CCP Students
Students who have taken or are currently enrolled in CCP courses from The University of Findlay will need to request a copy of their university transcript be sent to the college they plan to attend. The university does not send grades for completed
coursework to Benjamin Logan. Requests can be made to: www.findlay.edu.  Students concerned about how CCP credits will transfer to intended universities can visit www.transferology.com for information.

Attention Boys: You are required by law to register with the Selective Service by your 18th birthday. Have your Social Security number handy and log on to the Selective Service website at: www.sss.gov.

NCAA Clearinghouse - Seniors who plan to participate in Division I or Division II intercollegiate athletics, must register with
the NCAA Clearinghouse prior to college athletic recruitment visits. The NCAA requires ACT or SAT scores be sent to the
Clearinghouse directly from the testing agencies. Enter code 9999. Log on to www.eligibilitycenter.org. Be sure to notify the
Guidance Office after you have registered, so your current official transcript will be sent directly to NCAA Clearinghouse.

"Seniors Only”
Scholarships
Austin E. Knowlton Scholarship Logan County residents are eligible for this foundation scholarship if they plan to attend one of the following colleges: Augustana College, University, Heidelberg University, Ohio Dominican University, Oberlin College,
Ohio Wesleyan University, The University of Findlay, The University of Rio Grande, Wilmington College, Bluffton University, Hanover College, The College of Wooster, Denison University, Georgetown College, Kalamazoo College, Urbana University, Kenyon College, Mt. St. Joseph University, and Centre College. To apply or receive information, contact the financial aid office at the university.
11-15-19 Hagan Scholarship Senior attending an eligible four-year college, 3.75+ GPA, 24+ ACT, 240 hour work requirement from August 2019 to August 2020.  Apply online at www.hsfmo.org
1-15-20 BGSU Science & Math Education in ACTION Scholarship Attend BGSU in fall, 3.0+ GPA, 23+ ACT. Plan to pursue degree in science or math education.  Apply online at www.bgsu.edu/action
1-17-20 JFK Profile in Courage Scholarship Any Senior. Apply online at www.JFKLibrary.org/essaycontest
1-20-20 OACAC Warren Scholarship 3.0 + GPA, plan to attend an Ohio college.  Apply online at www.mccf.org
2-15-20 WACE University of Cincinnati, University of Toledo Co-Op Scholarship.  3.5+ GPA, plan to attend University of Cincinnati or University of Toledo and be part of their Co-Op Program. Apply online at https://www.waceinc.org
4-15-20 Ohio Association of Gifted Children Scholarship - Students identified as gifted, 27+ ACT. Apply online at www.oagc.com

The following scholarships are available on the high school
guidance page. To apply follow these steps:
1. Go to http//hs.benjaminlogan.org
2. Click on Guidance and then Scholarships.
3. Open the link for the scholarship for which you are applying.
4. Print the application and complete.
5. Be sure to ask teachers for recommendation letters if needed.
6. Paper clip the application and return to Mrs. Overturf no later than 8:30 a.m. on the posted deadline. Failure to do so may result in late applications to scholarship committees.
7. All recommendations are to be turned in to the guidance office. Do not ask teachers to give them to you.
8. GPA, Rank and ACT/SAT information is to be left blank by the student. This information will be completed by Mrs. Fuller.
1-21-20 Ohio Township Association Academic Achievement Scholarship 3.0+ GPA, 22+ ACT
1-21-20 Ohio Township Association Local Government Scholarship.  Senior who has demonstrated citizenship through
service and participation in community activities.

WEBSITES
Websites listed below have college, scholarship, and financial aid information:
www.act.org ACT: American College Testing
www.collegeboard.com SAT: College Testing
www.ed.gov/finaid.html Student Financial Assistance Information
www.fafsa.ed.gov FAFSA Express: Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Apply online. Free
www.pin.ed.gov This website is to receive a pin number for filing the FAFSA form electronically
www.regents.state.oh.us State Grants & Scholarships (Ohio Board of Regents) summary of Ohio financial aid opportunities
www.studentaid.ed.gov
www.scholarships.com Free scholarship search www.fastweb.com

The following websites are for students and parents to find information about colleges that match a search by location, majors offered, tuition range, financial aid, and on-campus visits
www.c3apply.org
www.fastweb.com
www.ohiocollege.org

HI POINT STUDENTS
Mrs. Gessler is your counselor at OHP and Mr. Smith is your counselor from the high school. Feel free to contact either counselor for assistance 

GRAHAM
ATTENTION GAMERS: Shawnee State University will be HOSTING their GAMING CONFERENCE NEXT WEEK on Friday, November 15 and 16. REGISTRATION is NOW LIVE on THEIR WEBSITE.

Do you want some really awesome GRAHAM APPAREL?? CHECK your EMAIL for the WEEKLY FLIER from Mr. Rismiller to see all the possible options to get. ORDERS must be IN by Thursday, November 21.

SENIORS: Our REPRESENTATIVE from Clark State Community College will BE HERE THURSDAY (11/7) from 11:20 to 12:20. Please SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE or on NAVIANCE to speak with her about classes and scholarships.

Don’t be a turkey! Gobble up the SAVINGS on your YEARBOOK, $60 UNTIL Friday, November 29. P.S.: BRING your SPARE CHANGE to PURCHASE yummy BAKED GOODS for a YEARBOOK FUNDRAISER THURSDAY (11/7) and FRIDAY (11/8).

There will be a STUDENT SENATE MEETING THURSDAY (11/7) MORNING at 7:10 in the MEDIA CENTER.

NEXT WEEK on Wednesday, November 13, the ARMY REPRESENTATIVES will be in the GUIDANCE CONFERENCE ROOM DURING ADVISORY WITH PIZZA to TALK to ANYONE who might be INTERESTED in the MILITARY AFTER GRADUATION and would like info on how the military can pay for college! SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

INDIAN LAKE

FCCLA members meet in the Foods Lab today at 8:05. 


There is a meeting scheduled for any student who is not in a winter sport and is interested in playing baseball this year. You

will meet today in the cafeteria at 8:20.


There is a meeting for BPA members on Wednesday in the cafeteria at 8:05.


SADD Members:  If you would like to help today to prepare for the blood drive, please see Ms. Metzger during Lakertime today. If you signed up to bake cookies for the blood drive, we need them here Thursday or first thing Friday morning. 

Blood Donors:  Please keep doing these things: drink plenty of fluids, eat healthy meals, and get your rest!  Thank you for giving the gift of life!


Sophomore Youth Leadership members host the November county meeting in the library from 9:30 - 1:30 on Thursday.  In

case of two-hour delay, the meeting will begin at 10:30 and end at 2:00.


E-sports is going to be shifting focus to Overwatch starting this week. If you are interested in competing in Overwatch, please be at e-sports after school tomorrow in the Robotics room.  If you have any peripherals that you prefer to use, particularly a headset, please bring that tomorrow.  If you cannot be there, see Mr. Dunn sometime this week.  For those not interested in Overwatch, you are still welcome to attend, bring your Switches, and continue to practice Smash Ultimate.


Attention Seniors who are planning on attending college next school year: If you have not filled out your FAFSA or have tried

and need help finishing it we will host a FAFSA Help Workshop on Nov. 7 in the Media Center.  This will be held at the same time as conferences but will only be from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm.  If you are interested in attending, please contact Mr. Tuttle in the guidance office prior to Nov. 7.


A rep from Urbana will be here on Wednesday during Laker Time. 


Lunch

Line 1: Pizza, Fiestada, refried beans, fruit or juice, and milk

Line 2: Pizza, burrito bake, cauliflower, fruit or juice, and milk


Happy birthday today to Samantha Swygart


KENTON

Seniors!  Indian Lake High School is hosting a FAFSA Help workshop for you and your parents on November 7, 4:30-6:00.  You can email to register tuttleg@ils-k12.org.  For more information, see Mrs. Rogers!

Christmas Care Packages For Military. HOSA is collecting travel size q-tips, travel size tissues, and travel size deodorants. These items will be collected and given to the Blue Star Mothers. The Blue Star Mothers will use these items to send care packages to military members. Bring your travel size items to your 5th period class. The 5th period class that collects the most donations will get a pizza party. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Mrs. Bookmyer or Bailie Clark.

On Tuesday, November 12th GROB Systems will be presenting during Mr. Fackler's first period class and Mr. McDougle's 6th period class. Any senior, who is not in those classes, and would like to hear about the apprenticeship opportunities available through GROB can meet with them during 2nd period in the Library. Sign up in Mrs. Eley's room or the guidance office. Please then mark your calendar so that you remember to report to the library that day!

OhioMeans Jobs will host a job fair on Friday, November 6th from 10am to 2pm at the Hardin County Sheriff's office. KHS Seniors who plan to work after graduation are encouraged to attend this fair to learn about job opportunities.  Also, please save-the-date for the annual Hardin County High School Career Fair (which has been hosted at KHS in the past few years).  It will take place this year at the Hardin County Fairgrounds on Tuesday, March 3, 2020.  For questions about attending
these local career fairs, please contact Mrs. Cross.

Juniors!  Mrs. Rogers has shared information about an upcoming ACT Prep workshop with you through your school email.  See guidance office with questions!

Student Council Meeting for November will take place on Tuesday, November 12th. We will be voting for officers and making our food drive posters. We will be meeting in the library at 7:30

The HOSA Single Elimination Dodgeball Tournament will be Friday November 15th at 6:30p.m. Signups are during A, B & C lunch periods and will run until Nov 11th. There will be six members to a team. Two of those members must be females. Teachers are welcome to come join the fun as well. The cost to play is $20 a team. If you don't want to play, feel free to come watch. The student entry fee is $1 and adults are $2. No need to worry we will also be offering some yummy and tasty concessions during the Dodgeball tournaments so come prepared for an evening of fun.

If you need to borrow professional clothing, such as a suit or tie, for an academic event or interview, come visit the Wildcat Career Closet!! It's located in the back of the KHS Media Center (library) and open to all students on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th & 8th periods, or by appointment.  For more information, please contact Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

Mrs. Cross - KHS Career Readiness Advisor- will be holding regular office hours on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th and 8th periods in the KHS Media Center (Library).  Either drop by, or schedule a meeting to discuss possible internships, job shadowing opportunities, or your future career interests on a Wednesday (or at another time).  To schedule a meeting,
please email Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org


MARYSVILLE
Hi Monarchs!  There are some important dates for you to be aware of for next week.  today, November 5th, Marysville High School will not be in session for students.  The high school is being used as a polling location for the November election, so regular classes will not be in session.  Hi-Point is still in session, so you will be expected to attend your classes at OHP.  Marysville buses will run as usual, so if you ride a bus to MHS to catch the Hi-Point bus, you will still do that.  At the end of the school day, buses will be here to take you home.  For the few of you who attend Hi-Point for AM lab only and then ride the bus back to MHS your parent/guardian will be contacted by Marysville transportation with instructions.  For the few of you who attend Hi-Point for AM lab only and then drive to MHS, you do not need to report to MHS for the afternoon as again, there are no classes at MHS that day.  If you have questions, please email Mrs. Proehl.   

On Friday, November 8th, Marysville will be having an Inservice Day for teachers.  Marysville will not be in session for students on that day however, Hi-Point is in session on that day, so you will still need to attend OHP.  For those of you who ride a bus to MHS in the morning to take the bus to Hi-Point, you will need to arrange transportation to the high school on that day as there will be no regular busing.  The Hi-Point bus will be here to take you to Hi-Point for classes at the regular time of 7:30 AM.  At the end of the school day, you will return to MHS but will again need to arrange transportation home as there is no regular busing that day.  For 1/2 day Hi-Point AM lab students, you will also need to arrange transportation home from MHS at the end of your 1/2 day day, as there are no classes at MHS and no busing to take you home from MHS.  Please let Mrs. Proehl know if you have any questions.  

MECHANICSBURG

Fall Picture ReTake Day is TODAY, we will begin calling students down after announcements.


FFA Members, Fruit sale forms and money are due Friday!!


RIDGEMONT
*During the month of November, the Gopher De will be selling your favorite flavors of hot chocolate!
*The Spanish Club is selling Der Dutchman pies, now through November 8. They will be delivered on Tuesday, November 26 th for pick up in the afternoon. This is just in time for your Thanksgiving meal or you could even freeze them! Flavors
for $15 include the following: Apple, Dutch Apple, Peach, Cherry, Blueberry, Blackberry, Pumpkin, Sugar-free Apple, and Sugar-free Cherry. Pecan Pie is available for $16. You can also purchase Pumpkin and Chocolate Cake Rolls for $15 each. If you don’t see a flavor that you like, for example a chocolate cream pie, you can also purchase a voucher to redeem at the store. If you have any questions or would like to place an order please contact Senorita Webber at danielle.webber@ridgemont.k12.oh.us or contact any student attending the trip to Europe.
*The Fall Sports Banquet is Wednesday, November 13th at 6 p.m.
*Students must have fees paid or have a payment plan set up in order to attend field trips.
*We now accept CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS in the Welcome Center! You can pay fees at any time with no finance charge! You can also add money to your lunch account or buy Gopher Gear with approximately a 3% finance charge. Call 937-354-2141 ext. 2201 for details!
*Please remember that our Visitor Policy states that you should call 24 hours in advance to schedule a lunch visit. Please call the Welcome Center at 937-354-2141 option #2. Visitors are restricted to parents/guardians and grandparents. Other family members need to be approved by Mrs. Stover.
*Please remember to call the school when your child is absent. A call in should be made by 9:30 a.m. and can be made via the attendance email, (secretary@ridgemont.k12.oh.us), the attendance line (937-354-2141 Option 1) or the main office (937-354-2141 Option 2).

TRIAD

11/5

Philly Steak

Baked Fries

Peaches


Mrs. Campbell’s 5th period report to Mr. McNutt today.


If you are interested in track and field please sign up on the office window.


Weather looks bad for a star party Thursday. Listen to announcements for more details.


Science Club is having a party Thursday from 2:30-3:30. Make sure you can be there ON TIME and stay the FULL hour. Get a ticket from Mr. Mutters if you want to attend the party.


Softball open gym begins tomorrow the elementary gym from 4:15-5:30. Open gym calendars can be picked up on Mrs. Trainer's door. If you have questions contact Coach Dixon


The final read thrus for the upcoming musical, Into the Woods, is November 7, immediately after school. See Mr. Waibel if you have any questions


There will be no Power of the Pen meeting today. We will resume our regular schedule starting next Tuesday. 


There will be an NHS meeting today after school. 


URBANA

If you are interested in buying an Urbana yearbook, there are order forms available in the Student Services office at Hi-Point.

**Seniors** Start looking for a baby picture to submit to yearbook!  More information will come next week. You will need to submit by December 1.
**Senior pictures are due in by February 1.

Students who ride bus 19 will ride bus 10 until further notice. 

Ed will be in the high school training room today after school for anyone that needs to see him.

Picture Retake day is November 7. If you purchased your pictures, and simply need retakes, please return your picture packet to the school on November 7. If you did not purchase pictures on the original date, and would like to do so now, please get an order form the main office. Retakes will take place during first and second period on November 7.   

Ohio Wesleyan University will be here on November 13th to meet with any interested Jr or Sr.  Sign up in the guidance office. 

There is a mandatory baseball meeting this Wednesday, November 6th, in Coach Russell's room from 3-3:30. Athletes participating in winter sports are not required to attend. 

This is just a reminder to students to be respectful of our school property, both inside and out. We are currently having issues in the restrooms. Staff will be monitoring restrooms more frequently. If you are aware of damage done, please notify the main office immediately. Keep in mind when additional messes are made, our most adored custodian, Jeff is the person cleaning up that mess. 

Cardboard city will be held on November 8th to raise money for the Caring Kitchen and create homeless awareness.  It will be held down by the football field between concession stand and the weight room.  If you are interested in attending see Mrs. Zachrich or Mr. Wilhelm to get a permission slip. Any UHS student is permitted to attend. 

Just a reminder cell phones, earbuds and headphones are NOT permitted from 7:25-2:37 other than during your lunch periods. Headphones and earbuds must be removed before entering into the academic wing. Detentions will be issued to those who choose to ignore the rule.

RENEWAL LEVY ON NOVEMBER 5th BALLOT

Our 5.9 mill operating levy expires at the end 2020 and is on the November 5th general election ballot for renewal. Passage of this issue will not result in a tax increase. This levy, first passed in 2000, provides almost $1.2 million dollars in support for the day-to-day operations of the District. Instead of renewing for a five-year term as in the past, the Board of Education is requesting this levy be renewed for a continuing period of time. If supported, voters will not need to renew this levy in the future.

OHIO GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS CHANGING

Ohio is in the process of moving to permanent graduation requirements for the Class of 2023 and beyond. In the meantime, there are options for prior classes, including the Classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022. Additional communication will be shared throughout the school year related to these requirements. The Ohio Department of Education (ODE) website provides detailed information at http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Ohio-s-Graduation-Requirements. Please contact a high school counselor or administrator with any questions.

ACADEMIC SUCCESS

A primary goal for Urbana High School is academic success for all students. Our staff and administration are committed to assisting all students in their pursuit of academic success. A few of our specific efforts in this area are increased communication with parents and students through email and/or Remind*, promotion of Parent and Student Access (gradebook viewing) for monitoring student progress, and Academic Aide (teacher supervised and assisted homework and study time) after school on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.

PARENT ACCESS

If you have not yet set up your Parent Access account, information was recently sent home explaining how to do so. All parents are encouraged to create a Parent Access account. Once created, this account will remain active until graduation. Video directions explaining how to set up an account can be found on the Parent Access website https://pa.woco-k12.org/ If your account is already set up, don’t forget to reset your Missing Assignment and Low Marks alerts for the 2019-2020 school year. These alerts can be set by logging into your Parent Access Account and then clicking on “Alert” on the left-hand side. Please note that the “Low Mark Alert” can only be set for students in grades 6-12. Please contact Kelli Marsh: kelli.marsh@urbanacityschools.org 937-653-1453 ext. 2126 for further assistance.

REMIND

The staff at Urbana City Schools will be using Remind to share pertinent information with parents. Remind allows our staff to share information through messages that can be received by text, email or through the Remind app. Please make sure your mobile number is updated with your child’s office to ensure that the Remind system works properly. If you are not receiving information through Remind, please contact your child’s teacher or contact Kelli Marsh: kelli.marsh@urbanacityschools.org 937-653-1453 ext. 2126 for further assistance.


The remaining blood drives for the 2019-20 school year are Friday, January 31, 2020 sponsored by the UHS Choirs and Monday, March 30, 2020 sponsored by Student Council.


UPCOMING EVENTS

Wednesday, November 6

7:00pm. NHS Induction in Auditorium

Thursday, November 7

3:00pm-6:30pm. Parent Teacher Conferences

Friday, November 8

9:00pm-6:30am Cardboard City sponsored by FFA

Saturday, November 9

6:30am. Cardboard City Ends

9:00am. Cheer CBC Championships @ Ben Logan HS

6:00pm. Band Booster Quarter Auction @ Pre-K – 8 Building

See the next page for details

Monday, November 11

7:00pm. FFA Greenhand Ceremony in Auditorium

Tuesday, November 12

4:00pm-9:00pm. Band Booster Frisch’s Fundraiser

Wednesday, November 13

7:00pm. Fall Sports Awards


WAYNESFIELD GOSHEN

NHS meeting Friday during lunch in Mrs. Laments room. Please get your lunch and then report to Mrs. Laments room. 

Reminder that the Fall Sports Banquet and Senior Recognition is this evening starting at 6:00.  Doors will open at 5:30 for seniors to set-up.

Gabriella Cornett, Melody Banning, Jordyn Green, Tatelyn Faraglia, Conleigh High, and Taryn Tate to the office after announcements

JH Cheerleading will start practices tomorrow after school from 3-5pm. 

WEST LIBERTY-SALEM

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Happy Birthday to

Kerris Woods and Parker Hager






PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES: Thursday from 3:00 – 6:00 pm, see Mrs. Nieman to set up a conference.

GRADE CARDS: Grade cards will be going home on Friday!

DRAMA PRODUCTION: The West Liberty-Salem Drama Club will present their performance “Night of One Acts!!” this Thursday and Friday. It will be 3 mini drama acts. Showtime is Thursday and Friday at 7:00 pm. Tickets are available only at the door: $5.00 for students, $7.00 for adults.

BOOK FAIR: Don’t forget there will be a Book Fair during P/T conferences and through the school day until November 13th!

FALL CHOIR FESTIVAL: Our WLS choir will be performing at Bellefontaine HS this Thursday at 7:00 pm, come support our choir!

FRENCH: November 11-15th is National French Week!

MUSICAL: Cast and Crew Applications are now available for the musical and can be picked up in Mr. Henry’s room.

HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE

COLLEGE VISITS: Juniors/Seniors: Sign up to meet with one or all of them during Jr/Sr HR in the Counseling Office. The sign-up sheet is posted on the bulletin board in front of the Counseling Office.

Mon, Nov 11 UNOH

VETERINARY MEDICINE: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a VET FOR A DAY? Join the veterinary students at the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine to learn all about being a veterinarian. VET FOR A DAY is scheduled for Sat, Nov 16 from 10am-3pm for students in grades 6-12. The cost is $45 (includes pizza). Register at http://vet.osu.edu/VFAD.

SPORTS MANAGEMENT: Juniors & Seniors, especially potential Sports Management majors: There is a unique opportunity to learn about the behind the scenes workings of an NFL team! The Detroit Lions are hosting a Student Business Fair on Tues, Dec 11. For $39, participants receive: A game ticket for the Vikings vs Lions, opportunity to purchase $39 game tickets for family/friends, a behind the scenes tour of Ford Field, Presentations from the Detroit Lions Executives and Q&A sessions with Lions Executives. Call 313.262.2194 or go to www.detroitlions.com/studentfair for more information.

INTERNSHIPS: The Dayton Dragons are hiring for internships and part-time positions for the 2020 season!  Even though it might seem early, the Dragons are looking to get a head-start on the hiring process and are looking to fill all open positions by the time schools are on Winter Break. Their positions are mostly part-time internships that allow individuals to work around school/class schedules and other obligations. They are looking to fill the following positions:

• Sport Management Assistants

• Green Team

• Mascots

• VIP Guest Services

• Grounds Crew

• Bat Boy/Girl

Please contact Christine Burns, Dayton Dragons Manager of Corporate Partnerships, at Christine.burns@daytondragons.com.

FREE TRIP: A great opportunity for Sophomores & Juniors: Youth Tour Ohio is an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. this June sponsored by Pioneer Electric. For more information, pick up a flyer in the HS Counseling Office or go tohttps://www.pioneerec.com/its-back-youth-tour-returns-pioneer-electric.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP FOCUS LIST

COUNSELING OFFICE DUE

DATE LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

1/21/20 Ohio Township Assn App in Counseling Office

1/24/20 ACME Baseball Scholarship (at least one yr ACME Varsity Baseball) App in Counseling Office

1/30/20 James & Pat FitzRandolph WL-S Education Assn App in Counseling Office

2/6/20 Deb Dunham Memorial App in Counseling Office

4/1/20 Champaign County Township Assn (must be Champaign County resident) App in Counseling Office

GUIDANCE DUE DATE COLLEGE/MAJOR SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

1/15/20 BGSU STEM in ACTION scholarships (Education majors) https://www.bgsu.edu/action

DUE DATE OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

11/15/19 Hagan Scholarship Foundation https://haganscholarships.org/

Due dates vary Horatio Alger Assoc Scholarship https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/

ATHLETICS

MS Volleyball Banquet 6:00 pm in elem. cafeteria

Girls Varsity Bowling Tryouts @ Southwest Bowl 6:00

Boys Varsity Bowling Tryouts @ Southwest Bowl 6:00

PLAYOFF TICKETS: Playoff tickets for Saturday’s football game will be available in the front office starting Wednesday. Tickets are $8.00 and by purchasing them through the office, we will get to keep some of the proceeds!

BOWLING: Bowling tryouts are Tuesday and Thursday from 6-8 at Southwest Bowl in Urbana. You must attend one to be able to join the team.

NEW SWIM TEAM: If any High School student is interested in joining the new WL-S sponsored swim team through the Champaign County YMCA, sign-ups are on the Athletic Office door. Sign up soon! You must be registered and have a valid physical on file in the athletic office to participate.

WEIGHT ROOM: Open weight room is Tuesday through Thursday, 3-4:30. If you are not accompanied by a coach, you are not permitted in the weight room unless you are there during these times.

OHP AND PARTNER SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 11/4/19

posted Nov 4, 2019, 8:27 AM by Ryin Oder   [ updated Nov 4, 2019, 9:07 AM ]

OHP
Seniors!  Please see the email from Mrs. Gessler with information on a FAFSA Help Night at Indian Lake High School on November 7th. This is the event she and Mrs. Gonglik talked about where you and your parents/guardians would bring your tax information with you and there will financial aid experts there to help you and your parents fill it out and answer any questions/concerns you may have.  Please let Mrs. Gonglik or Mrs. Gessler know if you plan on attending. This event is free and very helpful for those that are new to filling out the FAFSA! Please take advantage of this opportunity. Let them know if you have any questions! 

Students, On November 9th from 7:00 - 10:00 the Student Delegates are hosting our annual fall dance. This year's theme is "Costume Party". Tickets will be sold at the door for $7 a single and $12 a couple.  If you plan on bringing guest that does not attend OHP you will need to complete and return a guest form by November 8th  at 2:30. Your guest must be at least a sophomore in high school and no more than 20 years old.  You may pick up the forms outside of the ECE lab (room 106) off of the cafeteria. These forms must be completed and turned in to Mrs. Walls by November 8th or they will not be permitted to come to the dance. They must have a picture ID with them at the door.  Please watch the school monitors and announcements for more information.

Happy birthday today to Korey Spain!


Today's lunch is Taco Salad or Chili Crispito, Refried Beans, Choice of Fruit, and Milk
Tomorrow's lunch is Meatball Sub or Ravioli, Side Salad, Choice of Fruit, and Milk

BELLEFONTAINE

DARE Club members, your shirt orders need to be turned in by November 8th to Mrs. Mount or Officer Walters.  More order forms are available if you need one.

 

2020 yearbooks are now available for pre-order. Seniors, you know you're going to get one, so save money by ordering it before Christmas Break. We will not be producing extras this year, so get your pre-order in to guarantee yourself a book. Order forms are available in the front office or from Mr. Miller.

 

In conjunction with VolleyBuff, McChiefs and the Key Club are selling $3 Breakfast Burrito's Wednesday, November 6th. We will be taking pre-orders through next week, and will deliver your burrito Wednesday throughout the morning.  The burrito's will come with egg/sausage/hash brown and cheese.  We will also have Sour Cream and Salsa available.  

100% of the proceeds from this fundraiser will go to the Kylie Eaton family.  Kylie is a student at BIS and was diagnosed with cancer.  Please contact Coach Reed in room 112 with orders.

All students who wish to be on the Bowling Team this winter. Tryouts will be today, November 4 at TP Lanes from 3:15 - 4:45 PM. All those who would like to make the team must have attended both tryout days.


BEN LOGAN

Seniors, On Thursday, November 7th, Indian Lake High School will be hosting an event for seniors and parents in need of assistance completing their college financial aid forms (FAFSA).  College representatives and school counselors will be on-site to provide assistance.  This event, which is open to all Benjamin Logan students, will begin at 4:30 and conclude by 6:00.  See the attached flyer Mr. Smith emailed you for details and look to the guidance website for assistance.

ACT/SAT INFORMATION
To register for the ACT or SAT, students must apply online by deadline posted. The high school CEEB code is 365-747. Be sure to submit payment with your registration. See a counselor if you have questions about filling out your registration material.  Students on an IEP, see Mrs. Fuller to discuss ACT/SAT options.  Students who receive assistance for the school
lunch program may also qualify for a test fee waiver. See Mrs. Fuller for more information.  ACT website: www.actstudent.org
ACT TEST DATES DEADLINE
test: 12-14-19 register: 11-8-19
test: 2-8-20 register: 1-10-20
test: 4-4-20 register: 2-28-20
test: 6-13-20** register*** 5-8-20
test: 7-18-20 register: 6-19-20
**Recommended test for juniors
***Students are able to order copy of test taken, their answers, and answer key for these tests.
SAT website: www.collegeboard.com test date 12-7-19 deadline 11-8-19
test: 3-14-20 register: 2-14-20
test: 5-2-20** register: 4-3-20
test: 6-6-20** register: 5-8-20
*SAT test only
**Recommended test for juniors

COLLEGE APPLICATIONS
The following are guidelines that students need to follow when submitting a college application.
1. Online Applications. You will need to contact a School Counselor should you be completing an online application. They will ensure the application is accurate and send any necessary documents (transcript, test scores, class).

CAMPUS VISITS
GUIDELINES
The following are guidelines that students must meet in order to take college visits:
1. Juniors and Seniors are permitted two campus visits.
2. Students can schedule visits online. Notify the guidance office of the visit to receive paperwork needed for the visit. The
paperwork needs to be signed by a parent and your teachers prior to your visit.  Please do not wait until the day before your
visit to get this paperwork.
3. The campus visit will be counted as a school activity as long as the Campus Visitation Verification form is returned to the
Guidance office within three days after the visit. Failure to do so will result in an unexcused absence on the visitation day.
4. No visits will be scheduled the first and last two weeks of each semester. Students that attend during this time will not have the day excused as a college visit. 
5. For additional information, see a counselor.  

FOR YOUR INFORMATION
11-6-19 Junior First Semester Career Readiness Visit Bowling Green State University

11-7-19 FAFSA Assistance Event At Indian Lake High School from 4:30 – 6 p.m.  Students and parents needing assistance
completing the federal government's Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) should attend this event. For more information or to register call 937-686-8851.

Milroy Loan
Logan County residents planning to attend an Ohio college, and study agriculture, food science, environment, or a related field may apply for this interest free loan. Apply online at www.logan.osu.edu
Department of Job and Family Services
ODJFA has a local One Stop in Bellefontaine to help graduating seniors get information about the job market and making career decisions. For more information call 937-599-5165.

CCP Students
Students who have taken or are currently enrolled in CCP courses from The University of Findlay will need to request a copy of their university transcript be sent to the college they plan to attend. The university does not send grades for completed
coursework to Benjamin Logan. Requests can be made to: www.findlay.edu.  Students concerned about how CCP credits will transfer to intended universities can visit www.transferology.com for information.

Attention Boys: You are required by law to register with the Selective Service by your 18th birthday. Have your Social Security number handy and log on to the Selective Service website at: www.sss.gov.

NCAA Clearinghouse - Seniors who plan to participate in Division I or Division II intercollegiate athletics, must register with
the NCAA Clearinghouse prior to college athletic recruitment visits. The NCAA requires ACT or SAT scores be sent to the
Clearinghouse directly from the testing agencies. Enter code 9999. Log on to www.eligibilitycenter.org. Be sure to notify the
Guidance Office after you have registered, so your current official transcript will be sent directly to NCAA Clearinghouse.

"Seniors Only”
Scholarships
Austin E. Knowlton Scholarship Logan County residents are eligible for this foundation scholarship if they plan to attend one of the following colleges: Augustana College, University, Heidelberg University, Ohio Dominican University, Oberlin College,
Ohio Wesleyan University, The University of Findlay, The University of Rio Grande, Wilmington College, Bluffton University, Hanover College, The College of Wooster, Denison University, Georgetown College, Kalamazoo College, Urbana University, Kenyon College, Mt. St. Joseph University, and Centre College. To apply or receive information, contact the financial aid office at the university.
11-15-19 Hagan Scholarship Senior attending an eligible four-year college, 3.75+ GPA, 24+ ACT, 240 hour work requirement from August 2019 to August 2020.  Apply online at www.hsfmo.org
1-15-20 BGSU Science & Math Education in ACTION Scholarship Attend BGSU in fall, 3.0+ GPA, 23+ ACT. Plan to pursue degree in science or math education.  Apply online at www.bgsu.edu/action
1-17-20 JFK Profile in Courage Scholarship Any Senior. Apply online at www.JFKLibrary.org/essaycontest
1-20-20 OACAC Warren Scholarship 3.0 + GPA, plan to attend an Ohio college.  Apply online at www.mccf.org
2-15-20 WACE University of Cincinnati, University of Toledo Co-Op Scholarship.  3.5+ GPA, plan to attend University of Cincinnati or University of Toledo and be part of their Co-Op Program. Apply online at https://www.waceinc.org
4-15-20 Ohio Association of Gifted Children Scholarship - Students identified as gifted, 27+ ACT. Apply online at www.oagc.com

The following scholarships are available on the high school
guidance page. To apply follow these steps:
1. Go to http//hs.benjaminlogan.org
2. Click on Guidance and then Scholarships.
3. Open the link for the scholarship for which you are applying.
4. Print the application and complete.
5. Be sure to ask teachers for recommendation letters if needed.
6. Paper clip the application and return to Mrs. Overturf no later than 8:30 a.m. on the posted deadline. Failure to do so may result in late applications to scholarship committees.
7. All recommendations are to be turned in to the guidance office. Do not ask teachers to give them to you.
8. GPA, Rank and ACT/SAT information is to be left blank by the student. This information will be completed by Mrs. Fuller.
1-21-20 Ohio Township Association Academic Achievement Scholarship 3.0+ GPA, 22+ ACT
1-21-20 Ohio Township Association Local Government Scholarship.  Senior who has demonstrated citizenship through
service and participation in community activities.

WEBSITES
Websites listed below have college, scholarship, and financial aid information:
www.act.org ACT: American College Testing
www.collegeboard.com SAT: College Testing
www.ed.gov/finaid.html Student Financial Assistance Information
www.fafsa.ed.gov FAFSA Express: Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Apply online. Free
www.pin.ed.gov This website is to receive a pin number for filing the FAFSA form electronically
www.regents.state.oh.us State Grants & Scholarships (Ohio Board of Regents) summary of Ohio financial aid opportunities
www.studentaid.ed.gov
www.scholarships.com Free scholarship search www.fastweb.com

The following websites are for students and parents to find information about colleges that match a search by location, majors offered, tuition range, financial aid, and on-campus visits
www.c3apply.org
www.fastweb.com
www.ohiocollege.org

HI POINT STUDENTS
Mrs. Gessler is your counselor at OHP and Mr. Smith is your counselor from the high school. Feel free to contact either counselor for assistance 

GRAHAM
ATTENTION GAMERS: Shawnee State University will be HOSTING their GAMING CONFERENCE NEXT WEEK on Friday, November 15 and 16. REGISTRATION is NOW LIVE on THEIR WEBSITE.

Do you want some really awesome GRAHAM APPAREL?? CHECK your EMAIL for the WEEKLY FLIER from Mr. Rismiller to see all the possible options to get. ORDERS must be IN by Thursday, November 21.

SENIORS: Our REPRESENTATIVE from Clark State Community College will BE HERE THURSDAY (11/7) from 11:20 to 12:20. Please SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE or on NAVIANCE to speak with her about classes and scholarships.

BOWLING PRACTICE STARTS TODAY (11/4) at CORAL LANES in Saint Paris. GIRLS PRACTICE from 3:00 to 4:15 and BOYS PRACTICE from 4:00 to 5:15. There is a BUS to DROP you OFF at PRACTICE, BUT you NEED to FILL OUT a TRANSPORTATION REQUEST FORM. ANY QUESTIONS, SEE Coach Clark.

Don’t be a turkey! Gobble up the SAVINGS on your YEARBOOK, $60 UNTIL Friday, November 29. P.S.: BRING your SPARE CHANGE to PURCHASE yummy BAKED GOODS for a YEARBOOK FUNDRAISER THURSDAY (11/7) and FRIDAY (11/8).

There will be a STUDENT SENATE MEETING THURSDAY (11/7) MORNING at 7:10 in the MEDIA CENTER.

NEXT WEEK on Wednesday, November 13, the ARMY REPRESENTATIVES will be in the GUIDANCE CONFERENCE ROOM DURING ADVISORY WITH PIZZA to TALK to ANYONE who might be INTERESTED in the MILITARY AFTER GRADUATION and would like info on how the military can pay for college! SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

INDIAN LAKE

There will be an NHS meeting for all members today at 8:05 in the cafeteria.


All Youth Leadership members will meet in Study Hall at 8:15 this morning.


FCCLA members meet in the Foods Lab tomorrow at 8:05. 


There is a meeting scheduled for any student who is not in a winter sport and is interested in playing baseball this year. You

will meet tomorrow in the cafeteria at 8:20.


There is a meeting for BPA members on Wednesday in the cafeteria at 8:05.


SADD would like to thank everyone who participated in Red Ribbon Week.  Remember:  Believe in yourself, be happy, be

healthy and drug free!  SADD Members:  If you signed up to bake cookies for the blood drive, we need them here Thursday or first thing Friday morning. 


Blood Donors:  This week, drink water, eat healthy, and get plenty of rest.


This week, yoga will only be on Tuesday in the library.


Attention Seniors who are planning on attending college next school year: If you have not filled out your FAFSA or have tried and need help finishing it we will host a FAFSA Help Workshop on Nov. 7 in the Media Center.  This will be held at the same time as conferences but will only be from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm.  If you are interested in attending, please contact Mr. Tuttle in the guidance office prior to Nov. 7.


A rep from Urbana will be here on Wednesday, November 6th during Laker Time.


Lunch

Line 1: Pizza, chicken strips, oven fries, cucumber slices, muffin, fruit or juice, and milk

Line 2: Pizza, pulled pork sandwich, coleslaw, orange peppers, fruit or juice, and milk


Happy birthday today to Devin Thompson and Robin Cook


KENTON
The KHS Social Studies Department wants to remind those who are registered to vote that Early Voting & Absentee Voting is under way.  You can cast your early vote at the Hardin County Board of Elections located in the basement of the Courthouse between 8 am and 7 pm, weekdays through today, Mon., Nov. 4th: 8 am to 2 pm.  Or, you can vote in-person on  election day: Tue., Nov. 5th at your precinct and polling location.  Polls open at 6:30 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m.  For more info., visit the Hardin County Board of Election: https://www.boe.ohio.gov/hardin/ 

Seniors!  Indian Lake High School is hosting a FAFSA Help workshop for you and your parents on November 7, 4:30-6:00.  You can email to register tuttleg@ils-k12.org For more information, see Mrs. Rogers!

Christmas Care Packages For Military. HOSA is collecting travel size q-tips, travel size tissues, and travel size deodorants. These items will be collected and given to the Blue Star Mothers. The Blue Star Mothers will use these items to send care packages to military members. Bring your travel size items to your 5th period class. The 5th period class that collects the most donations will get a pizza party. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Mrs. Bookmyer or Bailie Clark.

On Tuesday, November 12th GROB Systems will be presenting during Mr. Fackler's first period class and Mr. McDougle's 6th period class. Any senior, who is not in those classes, and would like to hear about the apprenticeship opportunities available through GROB can meet with them during 2nd period in the Library. Sign up in Mrs. Eley's room or the guidance office. Please then mark your calendar so that you remember to report to the library that day!

OhioMeans Jobs will host a job fair on Friday, November 6th from 10am to 2pm at the Hardin County Sheriff's office. KHS Seniors who plan to work after graduation are encouraged to attend this fair to learn about job opportunities.  Also, please save-the-date for the annual Hardin County High School Career Fair (which has been hosted at KHS in the past few years).  It will take place this year at the Hardin County Fairgrounds on Tuesday, March 3, 2020.  For questions about attending
these local career fairs, please contact Mrs. Cross.

Juniors!  Mrs. Rogers has shared information about an upcoming ACT Prep workshop with you through your school email.  See guidance office with questions!

Student Council Meeting for November will take place on Tuesday, November 12th. We will be voting for officers and making our food drive posters. We will be meeting in the library at 7:30

The HOSA Single Elimination Dodgeball Tournament will be Friday November 15th at 6:30p.m. Signups are during A, B & C lunch periods and will begin Monday October 28th and run until Nov 11th. There will be six members to a team. Two of those members must be females. Teachers are welcome to come join the fun as well. The cost to play is $20 a team. If you don't want to play, feel free to come watch. The student entry fee is $1 and adults are $2. No need to worry we will also be offering
some yummy and tasty concessions during the Dodgeball tournaments so come prepared for an evening of fun.

If you need to borrow professional clothing, such as a suit or tie, for an academic event or interview, come visit the Wildcat Career Closet!! It's located in the back of the KHS Media Center (library) and open to all students on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th & 8th periods, or by appointment.  For more information, please contact Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

Mrs. Cross - KHS Career Readiness Advisor- will be holding regular office hours on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th and 8th periods in the KHS Media Center (Library).  Either drop by, or schedule a meeting to discuss possible internships, job shadowing opportunities, or your future career interests on a Wednesday (or at another time).  To schedule a meeting, please email Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

MARYSVILLE
Hi Monarchs!  There are some important dates for you to be aware of for next week.  Tuesday, November 5th, Marysville High School will not be in session for students.  The high school is being used as a polling location for the November election, so regular classes will not be in session.  Hi-Point is still in session, so you will be expected to attend your classes at OHP.  Marysville buses will run as usual, so if you ride a bus to MHS to catch the Hi-Point bus, you will still do that.  At the end of the school day, buses will be here to take you home.  For the few of you who attend Hi-Point for AM lab only and then ride the bus back to MHS your parent/guardian will be contacted by Marysville transportation with instructions.  For the few of you who attend Hi-Point for AM lab only and then drive to MHS, you do not need to report to MHS for the afternoon as again, there are no classes at MHS that day.  If you have questions, please email Mrs. Proehl.   

On Friday, November 8th, Marysville will be having an Inservice Day for teachers.  Marysville will not be in session for students on that day however, Hi-Point is in session on that day, so you will still need to attend OHP.  For those of you who ride a bus to MHS in the morning to take the bus to Hi-Point, you will need to arrange transportation to the high school on that day as there will be no regular busing.  The Hi-Point bus will be here to take you to Hi-Point for classes at the regular time of 7:30 AM.  At the end of the school day, you will return to MHS but will again need to arrange transportation home as there is no regular busing that day.  For 1/2 day Hi-Point AM lab students, you will also need to arrange transportation home from MHS at the end of your 1/2 day day, as there are no classes at MHS and no busing to take you home from MHS.  Please let Mrs. Proehl know if you have any questions.  

MECHANICSBURG

Fall Picture ReTake Day is Tuesday, Nov. 5th, if you wish to have retakes or missed the original picture day, order forms for retake day are available in the H.S. Office if needed.


Congratulations: 

Congratulations to the Varsity Cheer Team for their awesome performances on Saturday at the OHC Cheer

Competition.  The Burg placed 5th out of 12 teams in the Cheer/Dance competition. In the Fight Song competition, the Burg placed 4th out of 12 teams.  Congratulations to Anna Mascadri and Lily Eck for great performances in the Jump Contest and to Lily Eck for her performance in tumbling.  A special shout out to our Middle School cheerleaders for a great performance in the MS competition. It was so much fun to hang out with you girls for the day!  


Congratulations to the FFA Meats and Livestock team as they competed at the National Finals. The meats team finished 3rd in nation! There was a total of 41 teams from across the country that competed. Taylor Ayars finished as the 4th overall individual of the contest and Colin Hartley was 8th. All team members, including Elly Schipfer, were gold rated. The Livestock team finished 11th in the Nation out of the 44 teams that competed. The team finished with a gold rating, one of only 13 gold ratings that were awarded. Jennifer Wallace finished as the 29th overall individual, Grace Forrest 35th and Morgan Hamby 52nd. All 3 girls were awarded a gold rating. Noah Wolf received a silver rating.


RIDGEMONT
*During the month of November, the Gopher De will be selling your favorite flavors of hot chocolate! *The Spanish Club is selling Der Dutchman pies, now through November 8. They will be delivered on Tuesday, November 26th for pick up in the afternoon. This is just in time for your Thanksgiving meal or you could even freeze them! Flavors for $15 include the following: Apple, Dutch Apple, Peach, Cherry, Blueberry, Blackberry, Pumpkin, Sugar-free Apple, and Sugar-free Cherry. Pecan Pie is available for $16. You can also purchase Pumpkin and Chocolate Cake Rolls for $15 each. If you don’t see a flavor that you like, for example a chocolate cream pie, you can also purchase a voucher to redeem at the store. If you have any questions or would like to place an order please contact Senorita Webber at danielle.webber@ridgemont.k12.oh.us or contact any student attending the trip to Europe. *The Fall Sports Banquet is Wednesday, November 13th at 6 p.m.
*Just a friendly reminder that during football games, children should not be playing under the bleachers. *Students must have fees paid or have a payment plan set up in order to attend field trips. *We now accept CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS in the Welcome Center! You can pay fees at any time with no finance charge! You can also add money to your lunch account or buy Gopher Gear with approximately a 3% finance charge. Call 937-354-2141 ext. 2201 for details! *Please remember that our Visitor Policy states that you should call 24 hours in advance to schedule a lunch visit. Please call the Welcome Center at 937-354-2141 option #2. Visitors are restricted to parents/guardians and grandparents. Other family members need to be approved by Mrs. Stover. *Please remember to call the school when your child is absent. A call in should be made by 9:30 a.m. and can be made via the attendance email, (secretary@ridgemont.k12.oh.us), the attendance line (937-354-2141 Option 1) or the main office (937-354-2141 Option 2).

RIVERSIDE
The 1st high school bowling practice is today, November 4th, at 3:30 p.m. at TP Lanes in Bellefontaine. You must have a current physical to practice. You also need to go on Final Forms and sign all your forms.

TRIAD

11/4

Chicken Strips

Sauce

Peas

Pineapple

Roll


Weather looks bad for a star party Thursday. Listen to announcements for more details.


Science Club is having a party Thursday from 2:30-3:30. Make sure you can be there ON TIME and stay the FULL hour. Get a ticket from Mr. Mutters if you want to attend the party.


Softball open gym begins November 6th the elementary gym from 4:15-5:30. Open gym calendars can be picked up on Mrs. Trainer's door. If you have questions contact Coach Dixon


The final read thrus for the upcoming musical, Into the Woods, is November 7, immediately after school. See Mr. Waibel if you have any questions


URBANA

If you are interested in buying an Urbana yearbook, there are order forms available in the Student Services office at Hi-Point.

**Seniors** Start looking for a baby picture to submit to yearbook!  More information will come next week. You will need to submit by December 1.
**Senior pictures are due in by February 1.
Study Tables on Monday, November 4th in the HS Conference room with Mr. Shay at 9 am since we are on a 2hr delay.

The first swim practice is today, November 4 at 4:30 – bring your registration, EMF and valid physical!  

There will be a parent meeting today November 4 at 5pm in the High School Media Center for anyone that wants to wrestle.

Picture Retake day is November 7.  If you purchased your pictures, and simply need retakes, please return your picture packet to the school on November 7.  If you did not purchase pictures on the original date, and would like to do so now, please get an order form the main office.  Retakes will take place during first and second period on November 7.  

Ohio Wesleyan University will be here on November 13th to meet with any interested Jr or Sr.  Sign up in the guidance office. 

This is just a reminder to students to be respectful of our school property, both inside and out. We are currently having issues in the restrooms. Staff will be monitoring restrooms more frequently. If you are aware of damage done, please notify the main office immediately. Keep in mind when additional messes are made, our most adored custodian, Jeff is the person cleaning up that mess.

Cardboard city will be held on November 8th to raise money for the Caring Kitchen and create homeless awareness.  It will be held down by the football field between concession stand and the weight room.  If you are interested in attending see Mrs. Zachrich or Mr. Wilhelm to get a permission slip. Any UHS student is permitted to attend.

Just a reminder cell phones, earbuds and headphones are NOT permitted from 7:25-2:37 other
than during your lunch periods. Headphones and earbuds must be removed before entering into
the academic wing. Detentions will be issued to those who choose to ignore the rule.

RENEWAL LEVY ON NOVEMBER 5th BALLOT

Our 5.9 mill operating levy expires at the end 2020 and is on the November 5th general election ballot for renewal. Passage of this issue will not result in a tax increase. This levy, first passed in 2000, provides almost $1.2 million dollars in support for the day-to-day operations of the District. Instead of renewing for a five-year term as in the past, the Board of Education is requesting this levy be renewed for a continuing period of time. If supported, voters will not need to renew this levy in the future.

UHS PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES

Urbana High School’s Fall Parent-Teacher Conferences are scheduled today, November 4, 2019 and Thursday, November 7, 2019 from 3:00 - 6:30 pm each evening. We strongly encourage students to attend conferences with their parent(s) as they are critical member of the process. Please call the guidance office at 653-1424 to schedule a conference.

OHIO GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS CHANGING

Ohio is in the process of moving to permanent graduation requirements for the Class of 2023 and beyond. In the meantime, there are options for prior classes, including the Classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022. Additional communication will be shared throughout the school year related to these requirements. The Ohio Department of Education (ODE) website provides detailed information at http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Ohio-s-Graduation-Requirements. Please contact a high school counselor or administrator with any questions.

ACADEMIC SUCCESS

A primary goal for Urbana High School is academic success for all students. Our staff and administration are committed to assisting all students in their pursuit of academic success. A few of our specific efforts in this area are increased communication with parents and students through email and/or Remind*, promotion of Parent and Student Access (gradebook viewing) for monitoring student progress, and Academic Aide (teacher supervised and assisted homework and study time) after school on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.

PARENT ACCESS

If you have not yet set up your Parent Access account, information was recently sent home explaining how to do so. All parents are encouraged to create a Parent Access account. Once created, this account will remain active until graduation. Video directions explaining how to set up an account can be found on the Parent Access website https://pa.woco-k12.org/ If your account is already set up, don’t forget to reset your Missing Assignment and Low Marks alerts for the 2019-2020 school year. These alerts can be set by logging into your Parent Access Account and then clicking on “Alert” on the left-hand side. Please note that the “Low Mark Alert” can only be set for students in grades 6-12. Please contact Kelli Marsh: kelli.marsh@urbanacityschools.org 937-653-1453 ext. 2126 for further assistance.

REMIND

The staff at Urbana City Schools will be using Remind to share pertinent information with parents. Remind allows our staff to share information through messages that can be received by text, email or through the Remind app. Please make sure your mobile number is updated with your child’s office to ensure that the Remind system works properly. If you are not receiving information through Remind, please contact your child’s teacher or contact Kelli Marsh: kelli.marsh@urbanacityschools.org 937-653-1453 ext. 2126 for further assistance.


The remaining blood drives for the 2019-20 school year are Friday, January 31, 2020 sponsored by the UHS Choirs and Monday, March 30, 2020 sponsored by Student Council.


UPCOMING EVENTS

Today, November 4

2 Hour Delay Schedule

3:00pm-6:30pm – Parent Teacher Conferences

Wednesday, November 6

7:00pm. NHS Induction in Auditorium

Thursday, November 7

3:00pm-6:30pm. Parent Teacher Conferences

Friday, November 8

9:00pm-6:30am Cardboard City sponsored by FFA

Saturday, November 9

6:30am. Cardboard City Ends

9:00am. Cheer CBC Championships @ Ben Logan HS

6:00pm. Band Booster Quarter Auction @ Pre-K – 8 Building

See the next page for details

Monday, November 11

7:00pm. FFA Greenhand Ceremony in Auditorium

Tuesday, November 12

4:00pm-9:00pm. Band Booster Frisch’s Fundraiser

Wednesday, November 13

7:00pm. Fall Sports Awards


WAYNESFIELD GOSHEN

Congratulations to Taylor Spencer for placing 6th out of 180 runners, and earning All-Ohio honors on Saturday at the State XC meet!! Awesome job on everything you have accomplished and representing WG in a great way! Thank you to all of you who came to cheer her on!

There will be an organizational meeting for all of those interested in participating in indoor track during lunch today. Please get a paper tray and come to Mr. Epperly’s room for a lunch meeting. 

If you plan to take College Credit Plus course next school year it is important that you attend CCP Night. This can be a CCP class taught at WG or through a college. CCP night is tonight at 6 PM in the auditeria.

Congratulations to Kyle Searson! Kyle finished Runner-up in the National Swine Proficiency contest at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis this past weekend. Kyle was presented with an award and earned $500 for his efforts!


WEST LIBERTY-SALEM

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PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES: Thursday from 3:00 – 6:00 pm, see Mrs. Nieman to set up a conference.

GRADE CARDS: Grade cards will be going home on Friday!

OCTOBER TEACHERS OF THE MONTH: Congratulations for our first teachers of the month!  MS teacher is Ms. Buroker, HS teacher is Mr. Yoder!

SENIORS OF THE MONTH: Congratulations to our November Seniors of the Month: Savannah Weaver and Cade Clerico!

DRAMA PRODUCTION: The West Liberty-Salem Drama Club will present their performance “Night of One Acts!!” this Thursday and Friday. It will be 3 mini drama acts. Showtime is Thursday and Friday at 7:00 pm. Tickets are available only at the door: $5.00 for students, $7.00 for adults.

BOOK FAIR: Don’t forget there will be a Book Fair during P/T conferences and through the school day until November 13th!

FALL CHOIR FESTIVAL: Our WLS choir will be performing at Bellefontaine HS this Thursday at 7:00 pm, come support our choir!

FRENCH: November 11-15th is National French Week!

MUSICAL: WL-S Presents Seven Brides for Seven Brothers! The musical is March 20-21, 2020. Auditions will be November 25-26, 2019.  Information packets for PERFORMERS and CREW MEMBERS will be available starting next Monday, October 28 in Mr. Henry’s room.

HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE

COLLEGE VISITS: Juniors/Seniors: Sign up to meet with one or all of them during Jr/Sr HR in the Counseling Office. The sign-up sheet is posted on the bulletin board in front of the Counseling Office.

Today, Nov 4. US Navy

Mon, Nov 11 UNOH 

VETERINARY MEDICINE: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a VET FOR A DAY? Join the veterinary students at the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine to learn all about being a veterinarian. VET FOR A DAY is scheduled for Sat, Nov 16 from 10am-3pm for

students in grades 6-12. The cost is $45 (includes pizza). Register at http://vet.osu.edu/VFAD.

SPORTS MANAGEMENT: Juniors & Seniors, especially potential Sports Management majors: There is a unique opportunity to learn about the behind the scenes workings of an NFL team! The Detroit Lions are hosting a Student Business Fair on Tues, Dec 11. For $39, participants receive: A

game ticket for the Vikings vs Lions, opportunity to purchase $39 game tickets for family/friends, a behind the scenes tour of Ford Field, Presentations from the Detroit Lions Executives and Q&A sessions with Lions Executives. Call 313.262.2194 or go to www.detroitlions.com/studentfair for more information.

INTERNSHIPS: The Dayton Dragons are hiring for internships and part-time positions for the 2020 season!  Even though it might seem early, the Dragons are looking to get a head-start on the hiring process and are looking to fill all open positions by the time schools are on Winter Break. Their positions are mostly part-time internships that allow individuals to work around school/class schedules and other obligations. They are looking to fill the following positions:

• Sport Management Assistants

• Green Team

• Mascots

• VIP Guest Services

• Grounds Crew

• Bat Boy/Girl

Please contact Christine Burns, Dayton Dragons Manager of Corporate Partnerships, at Christine.burns@daytondragons.com.

FREE TRIP: A great opportunity for Sophomores & Juniors: Youth Tour Ohio is an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. this June sponsored by Pioneer Electric. For more information, pick up a flyer in the HS Counseling Office or go tohttps://www.pioneerec.com/its-back-youth-tour-returns-pioneer-electric.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP FOCUS LIST

COUNSELING OFFICE DUE

DATE LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

1/21/20 Ohio Township Assn App in Counseling Office

1/24/20 ACME Baseball Scholarship (at least one yr ACME Varsity Baseball) App in Counseling Office

1/30/20 James & Pat FitzRandolph WL-S Education Assn App in Counseling Office

2/6/20 Deb Dunham Memorial App in Counseling Office

4/1/20 Champaign County Township Assn (must be Champaign County resident) App in Counseling Office

GUIDANCE DUE DATE COLLEGE/MAJOR SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

1/15/20 BGSU STEM in ACTION scholarships (Education majors) https://www.bgsu.edu/action

DUE DATE OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY

11/15/19 Hagan Scholarship Foundation https://haganscholarships.org/

Due dates vary Horatio Alger Assoc Scholarship https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/

ATHLETICS

HS Girls Soccer Award Banquet 7:00 in elem. cafeteria

OHC PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Congratulations to Alex Burton for being named OHC North Division Player of the Year and receiving All-Ohio Honorable mention in D3 volleyball!

FOOTBALL: WLS Beat Mechanicsburg on Friday 35-15 and will be moving on to the playoffs this Saturday at home!

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY: The West Liberty-Salem girls cross country team earned its program's first podium finish as runner up in the DIII OHSAA State Cross Country Championships. Minster won the meet with 79 points, and WLS held off Fort Loramie by one point to secure second place.

Team Scores (Top 10): 1st Minster 78, 2nd WLS 89, 3rd Fort Loramie 90, 4th Mount Gilead 160, 5th Liberty Center 161, 6th Centerburg 222, 7th McDonald 258, 8th Gilmour Academy 259, 9th Archbold 279, 10th Maplewood 282.  Three Big Orange runners earned All-Ohio honors with Megan Adams placing third 18:42.3, Katelyn Stapleton 19th 19:13.5 and Grace Adams 30th 19:30.5. Also placing for WLS were Madison Bahan 52nd 20:08.6, Lydia Moell 68th 20:26.9, Mandilyn Weaver 124th 21:48.9 and Maggie Davis 21:54.8. The Big Orange finishes the season with a record of 159-3.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY: Big Orange HS Boys @ D2 OHSAA state Cross country meet: Total Runners-182, Meet Record-10-9, Season Record- 168-17 Team Standings: 1. Woodridge 37, 2. Unioto 115, 3. Heath 160, 4. Bay 166, 5. Defiance 187, 6. Carroll 229, 7. Waynesville 232,

8. ASVSM 236, 9. Poland Seminary 256, 10. West Liberty-Salem 274, 11. Hebron Lakewood 313, 12. Sheridan 318, 13. Maderia 320, 14. McD Northwest 329, 15. NDCL 344, 16. Huron 354, 17. Cloverleaf 362, 18. Jonathan Alder 388, 19. Lexington 391, 20. Waverly 402

So. Dylan Lauck 16th 16:18.3 All Ohioan (2nd year in a row)

So. Tate Yoder 42nd 16:40.7

Sr. Cade Clerico 113th 17:22.9

Sr. Noah Smith 114th 17:23.4

Sr. Gavin Harrison 135th 17:50.1

Jr. Hayden Kennedy 139th 17:53.6

Fr. Andrew Kimball 158th 18:08.4

NEW SWIM TEAM: If any High School student is interested in joining the new WL-S sponsored swim team through the Champaign County YMCA, sign-ups are on the Athletic Office door. Sign up soon! You must be registered and have a valid physical on file in the athletic office to participate.

WEIGHT ROOM: Open weight room is Tuesday through Thursday, 3-4:30. If you are not  accompanied by a coach, you are not permitted in the weight room unless you are there during these times.





OHP AND PARTNER SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 11/1/19

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OHP
The Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA) is an after school program that teaches middle and high school students how to start and run their own REAL businesses. The next YEA classes will start in January 2020. This next class will offer 6 college credits to students who graduate from YEA in June of 2020. There is scholarship money available for at least two students! Visit www.yeaunioncounty.org for more information or to apply. Pick up a flyer in the Student Services office!

Red Ribbon Week (Spirit Week)

October 28- November 1

“Send a message. Stay drug free.”

Today- Twinning - Friendship Friday- remembering to show love to others! Activity- Cornhole during lunch periods and care cards sent to friends during 5th period


Seniors!  Please see the email from Mrs. Gessler with information on a FAFSA Help Night at Indian Lake High School on November 7th. This is the event she and Mrs. Gonglik talked about where you and your parents/guardians would bring your tax information with you and there will financial aid experts there to help you and your parents fill it out and answer any questions/concerns you may have.  Please let Mrs. Gonglik or Mrs. Gessler know if you plan on attending. This event is free and very helpful for those that are new to filling out the FAFSA! Please take advantage of this opportunity. Let them know if you have any questions! 

Students, On November 9th from 7:00 - 10:00 the Student Delegates are hosting our annual fall dance. This year's theme is "Costume Party". Tickets will be sold at the door for $7 a single and $12 a couple.  If you plan on bringing guest that does not attend OHP you will need to complete and return a guest form by November 8th  at 2:30. Your guest must be at least a sophomore in high school and no more than 20 years old.  You may pick up the forms outside of the ECE lab (room 106) off of the cafeteria. These forms must be completed and turned in to Mrs. Walls by November 8th or they will not be permitted to come to the dance. They must have a picture ID with them at the door.  Please watch the school monitors and announcements for more information.

11/1/19 - Waynesfield Goshen - Pep Rally - 1:45

11/1/2019 – Mechanicsburg early dismissal – Pep Rally – 1:00


Happy birthday to:
James Pepper and Alayna Snyder - 11/1
Victoria Floyd & Liana Spooner - 11/2

Today's lunch is Cheese Toast & Tomato Soup or Cheeseburger, Tater Tots, Choice of Fruit, and Milk
Monday's lunch is Taco Salad or Chili Crispito, Refried Beans, Choice of Fruit, and Milk

BELLEFONTAINE

DARE Club members, your shirt orders need to be turned in by November 8th to Mrs. Mount or Officer Walters.  More order forms are available if you need one.

 

This week will be Red Ribbon week.  This is a week where we promote a drug free lifestyle.  Almost everyone knows someone who suffers from addiction.  Addiction ruins lives.  If you or someone you love struggles with drug addiction, there is help available.  See your guidance counselor, any teacher or administrator or Officer Walters.  You will be directed to someone who can help you.  Please seek help if it is needed.

For this week the dress up days for Red Ribbon Week will be as follows.  Each day you should still follow school dress code.

Today--Chieftain Spirit (Seniors and junior wear red; sophomores and freshman wear black)

 

OLE! Dia De Los Muertros is today and spanish club is hosting a fiesta to celebrate.  There will be food, muy delicioso, fun games, great musica, and a photo booth!  Come out to Sra. Denk's room during AI for some fun.

 

2020 yearbooks are now available for pre-order. Seniors, you know you're going to get one, so save money by ordering it before Christmas Break. We will not be producing extras this year, so get your pre-order in to guarantee yourself a book. Order forms are available in the front office or from Mr. Miller.

 

In conjunction with VolleyBuff, McChiefs and the Key Club are selling $3 Breakfast Burrito's next Wednesday November 6th. We will be taking pre-orders through next week, and will deliver your burrito Wednesday throughout the morning.  The burrito's will come with egg/sausage/hash brown and cheese.  We will also have Sour Cream and Salsa available.  

100% of the proceeds from this fundraiser will go to the Kylie Eaton family.  Kylie is a student at BIS and was diagnosed with cancer.  Please contact Coach Reed in room 112 with orders.

​All freshmen boys wanting to tryout for basketball: Due to Coaches Jones and Egler being with the football team tonight, the first tryout/practice for freshmen will be Monday night 7:30-9pm @ BHS. No freshmen tryouts today or Saturday! All Sophomores and above will start tryouts today at 3:00. Must have physical to tryout.


All students who wish to be on the Bowling Team this winter. Tryouts will be today, November 1 and Monday,  November 4 at TP Lanes from 3:15 - 4:45 PM. All those who would like to make the team must attend both days.

 

BEN LOGAN

Seniors, On Thursday, November 7th, Indian Lake High School will be hosting an event for seniors and parents in need of assistance completing their college financial aid forms (FAFSA).  College representatives and school counselors will be on-site to provide assistance.  This event, which is open to all Benjamin Logan students, will begin at 4:30 and conclude by 6:00.  See the attached flyer Mr. Smith emailed you for details and look to the guidance website for assistance.

ACT/SAT INFORMATION
To register for the ACT or SAT, students must apply online by deadline posted. The high school CEEB code is 365-747. Be sure to submit payment with your registration. See a counselor if you have questions about filling out your registration material.  Students on an IEP, see Mrs. Fuller to discuss ACT/SAT options.  Students who receive assistance for the school
lunch program may also qualify for a test fee waiver. See Mrs. Fuller for more information.  ACT website: www.actstudent.org
ACT TEST DATES DEADLINE
12-14-19 11-8-19
2-8-20 1-10-20
4-4-20 2-28-20
6-13-20** *** 5-8-20
7-18-20 6-19-20
**Recommended test for juniors
***Students are able to order copy of test taken, their answers, and answer key for these tests.
SAT website: www.collegeboard.com test date 12-7-19 deadline 11-8-19
3-14-20 2-14-20
5-2-20** 4-3-20
6-6-20** 5-8-20
*SAT test only
**Recommended test for juniors

COLLEGE APPLICATIONS
The following are guidelines that students need to follow when submitting a college application.
1. Online Applications. You will need to contact a School Counselor should you be completing an online application. They will ensure the application is accurate and send any necessary documents (transcript, test scores, class).

CAMPUS VISITS
GUIDELINES
The following are guidelines that students must meet in order to take college visits:
1. Juniors and Seniors are permitted two campus visits.
2. Students can schedule visits online. Notify the guidance office of the visit to receive paperwork needed for the visit. The
paperwork needs to be signed by a parent and your teachers prior to your visit.  Please do not wait until the day before your
visit to get this paperwork.
3. The campus visit will be counted as a school activity as long as the Campus Visitation Verification form is returned to the
Guidance office within three days after the visit. Failure to do so will result in an unexcused absence on the visitation day.
4. No visits will be scheduled the first and last two weeks of each semester. Students that attend during this time will not have the day excused as a college visit. 
5. For additional information, see a counselor.  

FOR YOUR INFORMATION
11-6-19 Junior First Semester Career Readiness Visit
Bowling Green State University

11-7-19 FAFSA Assistance Event At Indian Lake High School from 4:30 – 6 p.m.  Students and parents needing assistance
completing the federal government's Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) should attend this event. For more information or to register call 937-686-8851.

Milroy Loan
Logan County residents planning to attend an Ohio college, and study agriculture, food science, environment, or a related field may apply for this interest free loan. Apply online at www.logan.osu.edu
Department of Job and Family Services
ODJFA has a local One Stop in Bellefontaine to help graduating seniors get information about the job market and making career decisions. For more information call 937-599-5165.

CCP Students
Students who have taken or are currently enrolled in CCP courses from The University of Findlay will need to request a copy of their university transcript be sent to the college they plan to attend. The university does not send grades for completed
coursework to Benjamin Logan. Requests can be made to: www.findlay.edu.  Students concerned about how CCP credits will transfer to intended universities can visit www.transferology.com for information.

Attention Boys: You are required by law to register
with the Selective Service by your 18th birthday. Have
your Social Security number handy and log on to the
Selective Service website at: www.sss.gov.

NCAA Clearinghouse - Seniors who plan to participate in Division I or Division II intercollegiate athletics, must register with
the NCAA Clearinghouse prior to college athletic recruitment visits. The NCAA requires ACT or SAT scores be sent to the
Clearinghouse directly from the testing agencies. Enter code 9999. Log on to www.eligibilitycenter.org. Be sure to notify the
Guidance Office after you have registered, so your current official transcript will be sent directly to NCAA Clearinghouse.

"Seniors Only”
Scholarships
Austin E. Knowlton Scholarship Logan County residents are eligible for this foundation scholarship if they plan to attend one of the following colleges: Augustana College, University, Heidelberg University, Ohio Dominican University, Oberlin College,
Ohio Wesleyan University, The University of Findlay, The University of Rio Grande, Wilmington College, Bluffton University, Hanover College, The College of Wooster, Denison University, Georgetown College, Kalamazoo College, Urbana University, Kenyon College, Mt. St. Joseph University, and Centre College. To apply or receive information, contact the financial aid office at the university.
11-15-19 Hagan Scholarship
Senior attending an eligible four-year college, 3.75+ GPA, 24+ ACT, 240 hour work requirement from August 2019 to August 2020.  Apply online at www.hsfmo.org
1-15-20 BGSU Science & Math Education in ACTION Scholarship
Attend BGSU in fall, 3.0+ GPA, 23+ ACT. Plan to pursue degree in science or math education.  Apply online at www.bgsu.edu/action
1-17-20 JFK Profile in Courage Scholarship Any Senior. Apply online at www.JFKLibrary.org/essaycontest
1-20-20 OACAC Warren Scholarship 3.0 + GPA, plan to attend an Ohio college.  Apply online at www.mccf.org
2-15-20 WACE University of Cincinnati, University of Toledo Co-Op Scholarship.  3.5+ GPA, plan to attend University of Cincinnati or University of Toledo and be part of their Co-Op Program. Apply online at https://www.waceinc.org
4-15-20 Ohio Association of Gifted Children Scholarship - Students identified as gifted, 27+ ACT. Apply online at www.oagc.com

The following scholarships are available on the high school
guidance page. To apply follow these steps:
1. Go to http//hs.benjaminlogan.org
2. Click on Guidance and then Scholarships.
3. Open the link for the scholarship for which you are applying.
4. Print the application and complete.
5. Be sure to ask teachers for recommendation letters if needed.
6. Paper clip the application and return to Mrs. Overturf no later than 8:30 a.m. on the posted deadline. Failure to do so may result in late applications to scholarship committees.
7. All recommendations are to be turned in to the guidance office. Do not ask teachers to give them to you.
8. GPA, Rank and ACT/SAT information is to be left blank by the student. This information will be completed by Mrs. Fuller.
1-21-20 Ohio Township Association Academic Achievement Scholarship 3.0+ GPA, 22+ ACT
1-21-20 Ohio Township Association Local Government Scholarship.  Senior who has demonstrated citizenship through
service and participation in community activities.

WEBSITES
Websites listed below have college, scholarship, and financial aid information:
www.act.org ACT: American College Testing
www.collegeboard.com SAT: College Testing
www.ed.gov/finaid.html Student Financial Assistance Information
www.fafsa.ed.gov FAFSA Express: Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Apply online. Free
www.pin.ed.gov This website is to receive a pin number for filing the FAFSA form electronically
www.regents.state.oh.us State Grants & Scholarships (Ohio Board of Regents) summary of Ohio financial aid opportunities
www.studentaid.ed.gov
www.scholarships.com Free scholarship search www.fastweb.com

The following websites are for students and parents to find information about colleges that match a search by location, majors offered, tuition range, financial aid, and on-campus visits
www.c3apply.org
www.fastweb.com
www.ohiocollege.org

HI POINT STUDENTS
Mrs. Gessler is your counselor at OHP and Mr. Smith is your counselor from the high school. Feel free to contact either counselor for assistance 

GRAHAM
HEY FALCONS! Are you talented at art or graphic design? Are you a wizard with words? If so, CHECK your EMAIL for INFORMATION on the NAMING COMPETITION for the NEW GHS SPIRIT STORE!  We are also holding a LOGO DESIGN COMPETITION. TURN IN your LOGO DESIGNS to Mrs. Fletcher TODAY (11/1) for a chance to win a gift card to the spirit store! Stop by Mrs. Fletcher’s ROOM with any QUESTIONS.

ATTENTION GAMERS: Shawnee State University will be HOSTING their GAMING CONFERENCE Friday, November 15 and 16. REGISTRATION is NOW LIVE on THEIR WEBSITE.

If you are INTERESTED in PARTICIPATING in SWIMMING and HAVE NOT PICKED UP and INFORMATION PACKET from the ATHLETIC DEPT – DO SO TODAY!

SOPHOMORES & JUNIORS: Does your family receive power from Pioneer Electric? Do you want to meet great people from around the State and across the Country during an all-expense paid trip to Washington DC?  Then apply for Youth Tour Ohio today. Information is in the guidance office.

The DRAGONS ORGANIZATION is HIRING for POSITIONS such as: mascots, guest services, bat boy or girl and grounds crew. Information is in the guidance office.

Do you want some really awesome GRAHAM APPAREL?? CHECK your EMAIL for the WEEKLY FLIER from Mr. Rismiller to see all the possible options to get. ORDERS must be IN by Thursday, November 21.

THOSE BOYS INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BASKETBALL: TRYOUTS will be TODAY (11/1) from 3:15 to 5:30 and TOMORROW (11/2) MORNING from 8:00 to 11:00. FOOTBALL PLAYERS will TRYOUT at a LATER DATE.

SENIORS: Our REPRESENTATIVE from Clark State Community College will BE HERE NEXT WEEK on Thursday, November 7, from 11:20 to 12:20. Please SIGN UP in the GUIDANCE OFFICE or on NAVIANCE to speak with her about classes and scholarships.

ATTENTION SENIORS: EARLY ADMISSION APPLICATION DEADLINES are quickly APPROACHING for a lot of colleges and universities. The EARLIER you APPLY the BETTER your CHANCES are of securing SCHOLARSHIPS.

BOWLING PRACTICE STARTS NEXT WEEK on Monday, November 4, at CORAL LANES in Saint Paris.  GIRLS PRACTICE from 3:00 to 4:15 and BOYS PRACTICE from 4:00 to 5:15. There is a BUS to DROP you OFF at PRACTICE, BUT you NEED to FILL OUT a TRANSPORTATION REQUEST FORM. ANY QUESTIONS, SEE Coach Clark.

INDIAN LAKE

Anyone interested in wrestling this year, conditioning begins on Monday at 3:15.

There will be an NHS meeting for all members Monday at 8:05 in the cafeteria.

Next week, yoga will be on only on Tuesday in the library. 

Reminder:  If you still intend to be a member of Science Club, your dues and information sheet need to be turned in by today.  Please see Mr. Steinbarger if you have any questions. 

Attention Seniors who are planning on attending college next school year: If you have not filled out your FAFSA or have tried and need help finishing it we will host a FAFSA Help Workshop on Nov. 7 in the Media Center.  This will be held at the same time as conferences but will only be from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm.  If you are interested in attending, please contact Mr. Tuttle in the guidance office prior to Nov. 7.

There will be a Rummage and Bake Sale this Saturday from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. at the Indian Lake Middle School. Join us for great deals and sweet treats! Proceeds will support after-prom.  

Tonight is senior night at the football game and the theme is Laker pride.

Don't miss the final 5th Quarter of the football season being held at the middle school tonight immediately after the football game.  Glow Stick Capture the Flag will be played and pizza will be served.

There are no birthdays today, but happy birthday over the weekend to Heidi Hoffman

KENTON
Kenton Gatekeepers will be hosting a Kickball Tournament on Wednesday, Nov. 6th from 1:00-3:00pm in the field house. Teams must have 8 players and cost is $1 per player. Teams must have at least 1 member per grade level. Sign up forms are in the guidance office. All money and forms must be returned by today, November 1st.

Jostens will be here during the lunch time to take orders for graduation and class rings today,  Nov.1st.

The KHS Social Studies Department wants to remind those who are registered to vote that Early Voting & Absentee Voting is under way.  You can cast your early vote at the Hardin County Board of Elections located in the basement of the Courthouse between 8 am and 7 pm, weekdays through today, Nov. 1st.  Additional extended hours are as follows: Sat, Nov. 2nd: 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.; Sun., Nov. 3rd: 1 p.m. until 5 p.m.; and Mon., Nov. 4th: 8 am to 2 pm.  Or, you can vote in-person on  election day: Tue., Nov. 5th at your precinct and polling location.  Polls open at 6:30 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m.  For more info., visit the Hardin County Board of Election: https://www.boe.ohio.gov/hardin/ 

Seniors!  Indian Lake High School is hosting a FAFSA Help workshop for you and your parents on November 7, 4:30-6:00.  You can email to register tuttleg@ils-k12.org For more information, see Mrs. Rogers!

Christmas Care Packages For Military. HOSA is collecting travel size q-tips, travel size tissues, and travel size deodorants. These items will be collected and given to the Blue Star Mothers. The Blue Star Mothers will use these items to send care packages to military members. Bring your travel size items to your 5th period class. The 5th period class that collects the most donations will get a pizza party. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Mrs. Bookmyer or Bailie Clark.

On Tuesday, November 12th GROB Systems will be presenting during Mr. Fackler's first period class and Mr. McDougle's 6th period class. Any senior, who is not in those classes, and would like to hear about the apprenticeship opportunities available through GROB can meet with them during 2nd period in the Library. Sign up in Mrs. Eley's room or the guidance office. Please then mark your calendar so that you remember to report to the library that day!

OhioMeans Jobs will host a job fair on Friday, November 6th from 10am to 2pm at the Hardin County Sheriff's office. KHS Seniors who plan to work after graduation are encouraged to attend this fair to learn about job opportunities.  Also, please save-the-date for the annual Hardin County High School Career Fair (which has been hosted at KHS in the past few years).  It will take place this year at the Hardin County Fairgrounds on Tuesday, March 3, 2020.  For questions about attending
these local career fairs, please contact Mrs. Cross.

Juniors!  Mrs. Rogers has shared information about an upcoming ACT Prep workshop with you through your school email.  See guidance office with questions!

Student Council Meeting for November will take place on Tuesday, November 12th. We will be voting for officers and making our food drive posters. We will be meeting in the library at 7:30

The HOSA Single Elimination Dodgeball Tournament will be Friday November 15th at 6:30p.m. Signups are during A, B & C lunch periods and will run until Nov 11th. There will be six members to a team. Two of those members must be females. Teachers are welcome to come join the fun as well. The cost to play is $20 a team. If you don't want to play, feel free to come watch. The student entry fee is $1 and adults are $2. No need to worry we will also be offering some yummy and tasty concessions during the Dodgeball tournaments so come prepared for an evening of fun.

If you need to borrow professional clothing, such as a suit or tie, for an academic event or interview, come visit the Wildcat Career Closet!! It's located in the back of the KHS Media Center (library) and open to all students on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th & 8th periods, or by appointment.  For more information, please contact Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org

Mrs. Cross - KHS Career Readiness Advisor- will be holding regular office hours on Wednesdays during 5 A & B, 7th and 8th periods in the KHS Media Center (Library).  Either drop by, or schedule a meeting to discuss possible internships, job shadowing opportunities, or your future career interests on a Wednesday (or at another time).  To schedule a meeting, please email Mrs. Cross at: crossc@kentoncityschools.org 

MARYSVILLE
Hi Monarchs!  There are some important dates for you to be aware of for next week.  Next week on Tuesday, November 5th, Marysville High School will not be in session for students.  The high school is being used as a polling location for the November election, so regular classes will not be in session.  Hi-Point is still in session, so you will be expected to attend your classes at OHP.  Marysville buses will run as usual, so if you ride a bus to MHS to catch the Hi-Point bus, you will still do that.  At the end of the school day, buses will be here to take you home.  For the few of you who attend Hi-Point for AM lab only and then ride the bus back to MHS your parent/guardian will be contacted by Marysville transportation with instructions.  For the few of you who attend Hi-Point for AM lab only and then drive to MHS, you do not need to report to MHS for the afternoon as again, there are no classes at MHS that day.  If you have questions, please email Mrs. Proehl.   

On Friday, November 8th, Marysville will be having an Inservice Day for teachers.  Marysville will not be in session for students on that day however, Hi-Point is in session on that day, so you will still need to attend OHP.  For those of you who ride a bus to MHS in the morning to take the bus to Hi-Point, you will need to arrange transportation to the high school on that day as there will be no regular busing.  The Hi-Point bus will be here to take you to Hi-Point for classes at the regular time of 7:30 AM.  At the end of the school day, you will return to MHS but will again need to arrange transportation home as there is no regular busing that day.  For 1/2 day Hi-Point AM lab students, you will also need to arrange transportation home from MHS at the end of your 1/2 day day, as there are no classes at MHS and no busing to take you home from MHS.  Please let Mrs. Proehl know if you have any questions.  

MECHANICSBURG

Any H.S. Students interested in Quiz Bowl for this year please see Mr. Vorst or sign the sheet on the H.S. Office counter by end of TODAY.


Fall Picture ReTake Day is Tuesday, Nov. 5th, if you wish to have retakes or missed the original picture day, order forms for retake day are available in the H.S. Office if needed.


Attn: H.S. Soccer Players - Coach Ridder will be here today, Nov. 1st @ 3:15 pm in the parking lot by the soccer practice field to collect all players’ uniforms & bags.


Good Luck Tonight: Varsity Football vs. WLS


RIDGEMONT
*During the month of November, the Gopher De will be selling your favorite flavors of hot chocolate!
*The first mandatory high school basketball practice will be Saturday 11/2/2019 at 5 p.m. This will be an overnight practice. Players should bring pillows and sleeping bags, as well as snacks. Dinner will be provided.
*The Spanish Club is selling Der Dutchman pies, now through November 8. They will be delivered on Tuesday, November 26th for pick up in the afternoon. This is just in time for your Thanksgiving meal or you could even freeze them! Flavors
for $15 include the following: Apple, Dutch Apple, Peach, Cherry, Blueberry, Blackberry, Pumpkin, Sugar-free Apple, and Sugar-free Cherry. Pecan Pie is available for $16. You can also purchase Pumpkin and Chocolate Cake Rolls for $15 each. If you don’t see a flavor that you like, for example a chocolate cream pie, you can also purchase a voucher to redeem at the store. If you have any questions or would like to place an order please contact Senorita Webber at danielle.webber@ridgemont.k12.oh.us or contact any student attending the trip to Europe.
*The Fall Sports Banquet is Wednesday, November 13th at 6 p.m.
*Just a friendly reminder that during football games, children should not be playing under the bleachers.
*Students must have fees paid or have a payment plan set up in order to attend field trips.
*We now accept CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS in the Welcome Center! You can pay fees at any time with no finance charge! You can also add money to your lunch account or buy Gopher Gear with approximately a 3% finance charge. Call 937-354-2141 ext. 2201 for details!
*Please remember that our Visitor Policy states that you should call 24 hours in advance to schedule a lunch visit. Please call the Welcome Center at 937-354-2141 option #2. Visitors are restricted to parents/guardians and grandparents. Other family members need to be approved by Mrs. Stover.
*Please remember to call the school when your child is absent. A call in should be made by 9:30 a.m. and can be made via the attendance email, (secretary@ridgemont.k12.oh.us), the attendance line (937-354-2141 Option 1) or the main office (937-354-2141 Option 2).

RIVERSIDE
The 1st high school bowling practice is Monday, November 4th at 3:30 p.m. at TP Lanes in Bellefontaine. You must have a current physical to practice. You also need to go on Final Forms and sign all your forms.

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The Powderpuff football game is TOMORROW night at 7:00! Admission is $3 and proceeds go to the Veteran’s Day Breakfast. Come brave the cold and cheer on the Triad girls. A reminder to players that they must turn in their fee and waiver in order to play. 

 

Mrs. Bradley’s & Mr. McNutt’s first period class please report to the auditeria for SH


Seniors and their parents should be at the football field by 6:15.  Please meet at the ticket booth. 


OHC cheer competition is tomorrow at West Liberty Salem.  Triad Middle School and High School cheerleaders will be competing in Cheer/Dance and Fight Song categories. Doors open at 10:15.  Cost is $5 for students. Please come out and support our Triad Cheerleaders.


There is a sign up sheet for Wrestling on the office window.


The Triad cheerleaders & Cardinals Pizza are doing a subs fundraiser for Calie McDaniel. If you are interested please see a cheerleader!


Softball open gym begins November 6th the elementary gym from 4:15-5:30. Open gym calendars can be picked up on Mrs. Trainer's door. If you have questions contact Coach Dixon.


URBANA

If you are interested in buying an Urbana yearbook, there are order forms available in the Student Services office at Hi-Point.

**Seniors** Start looking for a baby picture to submit to yearbook!  More information will come next week. You will need to submit by December 1.
**Senior pictures are due in by February 1.

Study Tables on Monday, November 4th in the HS Conference room with Mr. Shay at 9 am since we are on a 2hr delay.

The first swim practice is on Monday, November 4 at 4:30 – bring your registration, EMF and valid physical!  

There will be a parent meeting on Monday November 4 at 5pm in the High School Media Center for anyone that wants to wrestle.

Picture Retake day is November 7.  If you purchased your pictures, and simply need retakes, please return your picture packet to the school on November 7.  If you did not purchase pictures on the original date, and would like to do so now, please get an order form the main office.  Retakes will take place during first and second period on November 7.  

Ohio Wesleyan University will be here on November 13th to meet with any interested Jr or Sr.  Sign up in the guidance office. 

Just a reminder we are on a scheduled 2-hour delay Monday. (Non OHP students only)

This is just a reminder to students to be respectful of our school property, both inside and out. We are currently having issues in the restrooms. Staff will be monitoring restrooms more frequently. If you are aware of damage done, please notify the main office immediately. Keep in mind when additional messes are made, our most adored custodian, Jeff is the person cleaning up that mess.

Cardboard city will be held on November 8th to raise money for the Caring Kitchen and create homeless awareness.  It will be held down by the football field between concession stand and the weight room.  If you are interested in attending see Mrs. Zachrich or Mr. Wilhelm to get a permission slip. Any UHS student is permitted to attend.

Just a reminder cell phones, earbuds and headphones are NOT permitted from 7:25-2:37 other
than during your lunch periods. Headphones and earbuds must be removed before entering into
the academic wing. Detentions will be issued to those who choose to ignore the rule.


WAYNESFIELD GOSHEN

Good luck to Taylor Spencer at the State XC meet tomorrow at National Trail Raceway! 

The following students were nominated by teachers as students that did something above and beyond the daily grind of the day: Erin Miller & Sean Agner! Please come to the office to claim your earned reward!

Your WG Tiger Football team will play in a  HUGE game TONIGHT at Hardin Northern. Come out tonight at 7:00pm to cheer the Tigers onto victory, to help us make sure tonight WILL NOT be the last one! 

All High School Football players should report back to the school at 4:30.

If you plan to take College Credit Plus course next school year it is important that you attend CCP Night. This can be a CCP class taught at WG or through a college. CCP night is November 4th at 6PM in the auditeria.


The following students come to the office immediately: 

Cayden Ridgeway

Haley Kiser

Jaymen Stafford

Braxton Glick

Zoe Lambert

Branxton Glick

Aleyiah Terry


WEST LIBERTY-SALEM

PANCAKES!: Bellefontaine Rotary Club at Hi Point is having their annual Pancake Breakfast this Saturday from 7 am – 12:00 pm. The WLS Show Choir will be performing at 8:30 am at the breakfast! There will be face painting, balloon artist, raffles and all proceeds go to scholarship funds. All you can eat for $8.00!
FRENCH: November 11-15th is National French Week!
MUSICAL: WL-S Presents Seven Brides for Seven Brothers! The musical is March 20-21, 2020. Auditions will be November 25-26, 2019.  Information packets for PERFORMERS and CREW MEMBERS will be available starting next Monday, October 28 in Mr. Henry’s room.
HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE
COLLEGE VISITS: Juniors/Seniors: Sign up to meet with one or all of them during Jr/Sr HR in the Counseling Office. The sign-up sheet is posted on the bulletin board in front of the Counseling Office.
Mon, Nov 4. US Navy
Mon, Nov 11 UNOH
VETERINARY MEDICINE: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a VET FOR A DAY? Join the veterinary students at the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine to learn all about being a veterinarian. VET FOR A DAY is scheduled for Sat, Nov 16 from 10am-3pm for students in grades 6-12. The cost is $45 (includes pizza). Register at http://vet.osu.edu/VFAD.
SPORTS MANAGEMENT: Juniors & Seniors, especially potential Sports Management majors: There is a unique opportunity to learn about the behind the scenes workings of an NFL team! The Detroit Lions are hosting a Student Business Fair on Tues, Dec 11. For $39, participants receive: A game ticket for the Vikings vs Lions, opportunity to purchase $39 game tickets for family/friends, a behind the scenes tour of Ford Field, Presentations from the Detroit Lions Executives and Q&A sessions with Lions Executives. Call 313.262.2194 or go to www.detroitlions.com/studentfair for more information.
INTERNSHIPS: The Dayton Dragons are hiring for internships and part-time positions for the 2020 season!  Even though it might seem early, the Dragons are looking to get a head-start on the hiring process and are looking to fill all open positions by the time schools are on Winter Break. Their positions are mostly part-time internships that allow individuals to work around school/class schedules and other obligations. They are looking to fill the following positions:
• Sport Management Assistants
• Green Team
• Mascots
• VIP Guest Services
• Grounds Crew
• Bat Boy/Girl
Please contact Christine Burns, Dayton Dragons Manager of Corporate Partnerships, at Christine.burns@daytondragons.com.
FREE TRIP: A great opportunity for Sophomores & Juniors: Youth Tour Ohio is an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. this June sponsored by Pioneer Electric. For more information, pick up a flyer in the HS Counseling Office or go tohttps://www.pioneerec.com/its-back-youth-tour-returns-pioneer-electric.
SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP FOCUS LIST
COUNSELING OFFICE DUE
DATE LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY
1/21/20 Ohio Township Assn App in Counseling Office
1/24/20 ACME Baseball Scholarship (at least one yr ACME Varsity Baseball) App in Counseling Office
1/30/20 James & Pat FitzRandolph WL-S Education Assn App in Counseling Office
2/6/20 Deb Dunham Memorial App in Counseling Office
4/1/20 Champaign County Township Assn (must be Champaign County resident) App in Counseling Office
GUIDANCE DUE DATE COLLEGE/MAJOR SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY
1/15/20 BGSU STEM in ACTION scholarships (Education majors) https://www.bgsu.edu/action
DUE DATE OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS HOW TO APPLY
11/15/19 Hagan Scholarship Foundation https://haganscholarships.org/
Due dates vary Horatio Alger Assoc Scholarship https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/
ATHLETICS
TODAY: Beat Burg! Varsity Football (H) vs. Mechanicsburg 7:00 pm
SATURDAY: OHC Cheer Competition (H) grades 6-12, school spirit contest!
NEW SWIM TEAM: If any High School student is interested in joining the new WL-S sponsored swim team through the Champaign County YMCA, sign-ups are on the Athletic Office door. Sign up soon! You must be registered and have a valid physical on file in the athletic office to participate.
CHEER COMPETITION: The annual Invitational Cheer competition for all MS/HS is on November 2nd at WLS. The cheerleaders are asking that everyone come out to show their spirit! The school that shows the most spirit will win the Spirit Award! Come support our school and cheerleaders on Saturday, Nov. 2nd from 9:00 – 3:00 pm!
WEIGHT ROOM: Open weight room is Tuesday through Thursday, 3-4:30. If you are not accompanied by a coach, you are not permitted in the weight room unless you are there during these times.

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