• September 18, 2019

    Greene County Career Center Students:
    Students this is a reminder to write your name on your Play 21 passes before turning them in to the office.

    The Jostens representative is coming to GCCC on Friday, Sept. 27, 2019 from 1:30-2:15 p.m.to meet with seniors and distribute cap & gown ordering information.
    He will return to GCCC on Oct. 11, 2019 and Nov. 6, 2019, from 10:15 am to 12:00 noon, to collect orders.

    P.B.I.S.
    SEPTEMBER
    ATTENDANCE BLAST WEEK:
    Show up in September
    So you can have a blast in October!

    A random week in September will be checked for attendance percentages. Labs who have a 95% or better attendance for that week will join the PBIS team in making ice cream floats in the cafeteria.

    All students must have a parking tag and park in the student parking lot BEHIND the school.
    Students are not permitted to park out front in the visitors parking.

    Are you someone that is respectful, impactful and shows self-control? Well if so, be on the lookout for PRIDE tickets coming your way! Once you earn a PRIDE ticket drop it off in the designated PRIDE box in the Guidance Office.

    All GCCC Students must be in uniform!
    First period teachers please check for uniforms and IDs.
    Any student not in proper 2019-2020 GCCC uniform must report to room 131 to borrow a uniform!

    “If you need to add lunch money to your account with cash, credit card, or check, you can do so in the supply room. If you need to make a payment on your student fees, you can make the payment in the supply room. If you need to buy a parking pass, you can purchase it in the supply room. If your ID barcode does not work for the lunch line, please go to the supply room to have this changed.

    ATTENTION STUDENTS: The expectation is that students are in class on time, every day, and every period! If you need a clean sweep, please go to Mrs. Taylor( # 308) or Mrs. Osburn’s ( # 131) room…the room closer to your class.
    Clean Sweep

    Students serving morning detention must enter through the front doors from 7:00- 7:10. Mrs. Osburn will be there to let you in!

    Beavercreek Students:
    There is a pep rally on Thursday 9/19 at 2:00. Students must have their own transportation to the pep rally. Students will be released at 1:30 and need to pick up a pass in the GCCC attendance office. Students need to check in at the Beavercreek main office and will be required to stay at the pep rally the entire time.

    The Beavercreek Speech and Debate Team is now recruiting. We're looking for competitive students to debate philosophy, politics, and current events, or who enjoy being dramatic, teaching others, and commanding an audience. If you are interested, come to one of our two, informational meetings on September 24th and 25th, from four to five pm, in room 0126.

    Come to the after parade festival on September 19th from 6:00-9:00 after the homecoming parade, walk over to the high school athletic lot where there will be games, cotton candy, bounce houses, and food trucks, including Billie Gold Bubble Tea, Kona Ice, and Cheezy Creations. Proceeds will be donated to the Dayton Relief fund to help tornado victims. Check out the flyers around the school for more information! Also, buy your tickets for the after-parade raffle during your lunch period for the chance to pie your principal in the face. Early bird prices are $3 for 6 tickets and $5 for 10 tickets! Tickets will be $1 per ticket at the after parade event.

    Attn: Students---Do you like to travel? Have you wondered what it would be like to travel to Spain to experience its language, culture, history, great food, and a variety of activities there, including the beach time along the Mediterranean? Then, drop by Sra. McGriff's room 0110 at BHS to take home info to share with your parents. You will love the itinerary and all it has to offer in June 2020. The deadline is Oct. 1st to register with a $200 deposit. We hope to see your name on the roster soon to join the fun group already forming!

    If you purchased Beavercreek Homecoming Tickets:
    Please pick them up from Mrs. Lynch in the Beavercreek
    High School Main office


    Bellbrook Students:
    THE NEXT KEY CLUB MEETING FOR ALL MEMBERS WILL BE ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH AT 3PM IN THE LIBRARY. WE WILL HAVE A GUEST SPEAKER FROM MAGNIFIED GIVING. EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO ATTEND!
    Volunteers are needed for several upcoming events. Please see the board in Mrs. Rivero's room (207) to sign up. Some events are the following: cross country meets (9-21),tutoring (daily), help at a rummage sale, Halloween in the Park, and A Spirited Affair.

    New club being created!! Equestrian Club Everyone welcome!!! You don't need to own a horse, or even currently riding.

    Model UN
    Model UN Google Classroom: Code 2vjjf9p
    The Dayton Conference will be held on Oct. 31st and more information will be posted in the next day or two. Please see MR. Parks if you have a question

    Cedarville Students:
    Early release for bus riding students only today @ 12:15.

    2020 YEARBOOKS – You can now order the 2020 Yearbook for this school year – and you’ll want to order before November 22nd because the price goes up. Until October 25th, the price is $40 and you get free icons. This is the best deal of the year, so act quickly. Order online at Jostensyearbooks.com or see Mrs. Barber.

    ATTENTION SENIORS – Return the Yearbook yellow info sheet to Mrs. Barber soon. If you are a senior who did not get a yearbook yellow info sheet, please see Mrs. Barber as soon as possible.

    Our C-Ville picture day is 9/25 and we want the GCCC students to have their pictures taken here at Cedarville High School! Please plan to be at Cedarville @ 7:15. This picture is both for the yearbook and for the class composite.

    Clark County College Night on Tuesday, September 17th from 7:00-8:30 pm at the Hollenbeck Creative Arts and Conference Center. Over 40 colleges will be there as well as representatives from the Army, Nave, and National Guard.

    OCTOBER ACT – The deadline to register for the October ACT is September 20th. Register at act.org

    FINANCIAL AID MEETING – FAFSA Presentation by WSU in the LMC on October 14th from 4:30-6:30pm.

    Fairborn Students:
    Attention juniors: The next prom committee meeting has been moved to Tuesday, September 24 at 2:15 in room 216. The meeting date has changed because you do not have school on Monday the 23rd.

    Attention anyone who wants to play softball: Starting Tuesday, there will be open field practice every Tuesday and Thursday until the end of October. Open field practice goes from 3:30 until 5:00 pm, and there will also be a short meeting for uniform sizing tomorrow.

    We are starting our annual "Football for Food" drive! Please bring in donations of canned beef stew, canned fruit, canned vegetables, cereal, condiments (such as mayonnaise, mustard, and ketchup), jelly, laundry soap, bars of soap, macaroni and cheese, pasta, peanut butter, spaghetti sauce, and sugar. Take your donations to the Main Office. The Football for Food drive will continue through the end of next week. Contact Pam Gayheart at the FCS Central Office for additional information. With a donation from every staff member and student...we can make a difference for a family in Fairborn!

    Are you planning to take a date who does NOT go to Fairborn High School to homecoming? If so, you need to complete the out-of-district date form. The form can be located in the main office OR on the Fairborn City Schools’ website. The form MUST be turned in by Monday, September 30!

    Greeneview Students:
    You've asked, and today, we answer! It's time to get started with the fall play! All (seriously, all) are welcome; no previous experience or talent required. :) There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in either the fall play or the spring musical after announcements on Monday in the auditeria. Audition signups are listed outside of Ms. DeWitt's room. See Ms. DeWitt with any questions.

    The Jamestown Church of Christ is looking for students to help with soup packaging for Hati on Saturday Oct. 5th from 8:30 - 10:30am and/or 11:30 - 1:30pm. If you are able to volunteer please sign up in the guidance office.

    Attention all students: If you participated in a volunteer service activity in the past year, you can apply for the 2020 Prudential Spirit of Community Award. The award comes with a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship and a trip to Washington D.C. More information is available in the guidance office.

    Calling all students who participated in the fair, participated in preseason sports camps, or had fun this summer on vacation: The yearbook staff is looking for pictures of what you did over the summer!! PLEASE submit your images ASAP to: https://www.hjeshare.com/eShare/index.html our school code is: ghsrams Thanks in advance! - We can't wait to see what you share with us!

    Would you like to design the 2019-2020 yearbook cover? Submit your interpretation of the design seen on the 2020 yearbook cover contest posters around school or the attachment in your email. If you win, not only will you have bragging rights but you will also receive a free 2020 yearbook with name stamp. See poster for details about the design specifics and how it can be submitted. All designs must be submitted to Mrs. Garringer by September 30th.

    Xenia Students:
    Xenia will be having a Pep Rally on Friday September 27th. Students should pick up a pass in the GCCC attendance office that day. Three busses will be coming at 1:15 to pick up students. Buses will also be coming at the end of the day to pick up any bus riding students who don’t attend the Pep Rally.

    XSTAT stands for Xenia Students Taking Action Together. If you are interested in making a difference in our school, consider joining this wonderful group. It is open to all students in grade 9-12.There will be an XSTAT meeting on Monday, September 16 and 2:35 in Mrs. Burgess's room

    Xenia’s Homecoming is Saturday, September 28th from 8-11 here at Xenia high school and our theme is City of Stars. Tickets will go on sale Monday the 16th and will be sold at Xenia HS in the morning and after school. Ticket sales will go until 9/25.
    If a student is bringing another student from another school (Xenia is not their host school) they MUST get a dance from filled out for their date. They have to have that filled out before they can buy their tickets for the dance.
    Homecoming Dance Guest Forms are available in the Main Office.Completed forms are due to the Main Office by Monday, September 23, 2019 at 2:30pm.Please be certain to attach a copy of your date’s photo ID to the completed form.
    We will also be selling a homecoming t'shirt this year that goes along with the theme for the football game Friday night. Students can order shirts when they buy their tickets. T'shirt sales will go from Friday until the 18th.

    Any girl interested in playing girls basketball this upcoming season should stop by the main office or Athletic Office and pick up a Preseason Weights, Conditioning and Open Gym schedule. There will also be Individual skill work sessions available thru sign up so make sure you contact Coach Threats to secure a slot!
    Weights start today 4-5pm and will be every Monday & Wednesday 4-5pm thru the end of October.

    There is a College Prep Night at Fifth Third Field Wednesday, Sept. 25 from 6-8 p.m. Receive raffle tickets when you RSVP to use for awesome raffle baskets! The event is free and open to the public. Visit with many top colleges and universities. Visit daytondragons.com/college prep.

    XHS/GCCC students- the XHS Daily Announcements are posted on the XHS Website.

    Yellow Springs Students:
    Seniors, there is an email in your school account about senior projects. Please check your email.

    If you are interested in going on the trip to Rome and Athens over spring break please see Mr. Hurwitz or Ms. Chick.

    BE RESPECTFUL, BE IMPACTFUL AND SHOW SELF CONTROL!