September 27, 2017

    Greene County Career Center Students:
    The Drug Enforcement Administration and Wright State University are partnering to host a large rally.  The rally is a high energy motivating rally to have the conversation “What happens when tragedy strikes.” This conversation is surrounding the theme of addiction, but can be applied to other tragedies of life. The three major learning objectives are 1) awareness of how to handle life altering events before they happen; 2) how to rally and change yourself in the mist of tragedy; 3) how to get involved with the community and others to provide aid.   
    These topics will be covered by musicians, sports stars, military heroes, and the youth who have gone through tragedy. Featured speakers are Alexis Gomez from American Idol; Joe Piersante, a wounded Afghan veteran; Todd Crandell, Iron Man competitor; Lucian Read, executive producer; and Major General Price (Army-retired).

    The digital media lab and Skills USA Local Leadership are teaming up for a zombie walk-a-thon on October 28th!  Pre-order your survival kit or dooms day kit today.  See Mr. Bargdill or Mrs. Taylor for more information.

    Attention GCCC students:
    Reminder to students that the daily announcements are posted the homepage of the Career Center web site.  It is on the right hand side of the homepage under the heading “Announcements” and the link is titled “Daily Announcements.”

    All GCCC student must be in uniform.
    First period teachers will begin checking uniforms and IDs.   

    Beavercreek Students:
    True or False? Suicide is not about death, but about ending pain. True. Keep in mind Yellow Ribbon Week for suicide prevention and remember that its ok to ask for help! Support suicide awareness by coming to the Peer Listening 5K Walk for Life this Sunday, October 1st, at 11am at Rotary Park and a lunch afterwards! Flyers and posters are posted around the school and registration forms are in the Main Office.

    Anyone interested in swimming during the 2017-2018 season needs to attend a swimmer/parent meeting with an adult on Tuesday, October 3rd at 7:00PM in the BHS Commons. This meeting is for anyone interested in swimming this year. We will discuss the upcoming season, expectations, practice times, meet schedules, etc. Please make every effort to attend this important meeting! If you cannot attend, please inform Coach Chris or the Athletic Office to get the information.

    Graphic design, volunteer hours, and technology all rolled into 1 fun opportunity! Students interested in graphic design and/or volunteer hours, please see Ms. Coe about an opportunity to collaborate with the Main Elementary 4th grade Lego team. They need to develop a logo that would be used for T-shirts, hats, etc. for a robot competition. For more information, see Ms. Coe in 1126 or 1073.

    Pre Med Club will be having their introductory meeting on September 28th. If you’re interested in a career in healthcare or medicine, this is the club for you! We will meet Thursday, September 28th after school in Mrs. Wenning’s room.
     Do you want to support a great cause and get some exercise at the same time? Save the date for the annual Peer Listening Walk for Life on October 1st in support of Project Brite Star for suicide prevention and awareness. Registration forms are in the office, and flyers are posted around the school.

    Do you have a heart for helping people? Do your teachers say you are too social? Then I’ve got a club for you! Social Communication Club or SCC is designed to support BHS students who are working on their social skills through fun outings. We meet once a month and go do something social such as bowing, movies, eating out etc.! Our first meeting is Thursday, September 28th from 3:00-3:45 in Mrs. Schmidt’s room, which is 1061.If you want more information, please see Alyssa Turner, Alli Minick or Jay Davidson or stop by and talk with Mrs. Schmidt.

    Attention Seniors:  Don’t miss out on the opportunity to have your senior picture included in the yearbook.  Remember that only board-approved studios can submit pictures to the yearbook.  Check the yearbook website under Extra-Curriculars for a complete list of approved studios.  As our official studio, Easterling studios photos are included.  There will be a small window of time on underclass picture day where seniors can choose to have a photo taken.  Be sure to take a photo package envelope if you would like to take advantage of that time frame.

    Bellbrook Students:
    This week is Bellbrook’s Spirit Week.  Although students are allowed to participate in the spirit week, they also need to remember the safety rules (footwear, dress, etc.) for their labs.

    Homecoming 2017 "Enchanted"
    Homecoming dance will be held on September 30th from 8:00pm-11:00pm in the Aux Gym at BHS. Tickets will be sold during lunch starting Tuesday 9/26 through Friday 9/29. $15 per person!! No tickets will be sold at the door!

    Homecoming guest forms are in the main office. The form needs completed & due back to the office by Thursday Sept.28th.

    Operation "No Sweat"
    Please support our 2nd Annual Operation "No Sweat" our Football Club Community Outreach Project. Drop off your donation of deodorant, soap, body wash, or body spray in the collection bin by the locker rooms now through October 7th. All donations will be delivered to New Hope in downtown Dayton that helps local families in need. With your help we can make a big difference.

    Homecoming guest forms are in the main office. The form needs completed & due back to the office by Thursday Sept.28th.

    Bellbrook will be having a Pep Assembly for the entire school on Friday, Sept. 29th.  A bus at the GCCC at 1:30 to bring all students back. Please pick up a pass in the GCCC attendance office. This will be the LAST BUS OF THE DAY!
    Any student interested in participating in Model UN needs to see Mr. Parks to get a participation form.

    Do you have school spirit?? Want to show your love of BHS? Do you like to plan fun activities? Well Spirit Committee is the place for you! Stop by room 154 to sign up or see Ms. Snowden.

    Cedarville Students:
    FAFSA- FAFSA workshop Oct. 17th, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the LMC. WSU representatives will be here to help parents and students fill out their FAFSA.

    SCHOLARSHIPS- Seniors check our website for new scholarships.

    Homecoming shirts are selling fast! The number of shirts is quickly dwindling.  Sizes are extremely limited, so make sure to get your shirt as soon as possible.  “These homecoming shirts are pretty rad”.  Get your shirt during lunch.  The cost is $13.
    SENIORS- A link to order your senior powder puff shirts has been posted on schoology. Money and orders are due to Mrs. Downing by Wednesday,
    Sept. 27th. See Mrs. Downing if you have any questions. 

    CEDARVILLE’S GOT TALENT - Cedarville’s Got Talent is coming to town soon. The show will be the week of October 16th-20th. Please sign up in the high school office for a spot to showcase your talent. Auditions will be Monday Oct. 2nd and Tuesday Oct. 3rd.

    Josten’s will be at GCCC on Friday, on Friday, Oct. 6th from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm to collect graduation orders.

    Fairborn Students:
    This year’s Homecoming Parade takes place TONIGHT. The lineup takes place at the Mayer Law office, 510 W. Main St. Fairborn. The parade begins promptly at 6:30 p.m. and the route takes our group down Main Street to Dayton Drive and then into Memorial Stadium for the annual Junior/Senior Powder Puff game.

    Anyone interested in bowling this year: there will be an informational bowling meeting on Thursday, September 28,after school at 2:15 pm in room 219.

    There are still a few 2017 FHS Yearbooks for sale for $60.  If you missed ordering one last year, you may still purchase one from Mrs. Wright in room 111.  Cash or checks can be accepted.

    Get your passports ready! This year's homecoming is going to take you around the world! Homecoming will be Saturday, September 30th, from 8-11 pm in the commons. Tickets will be for sale in the commons during lunch starting this Friday September 22nd through Friday September 29th. The early bird gets the worm! Tickets will be $15 dollars on Friday 9/22 and Tuesday 9/26. Tickets will be $20 Wed. 9/27- Friday 9/29.
    Please note: Ticket sales for GCCC students will be before and after school in FHS' Finance office. Prices and dates sold will remain the same.  
    Tickets will not be sold after 2:30 pm on Friday September 29th. See you there!

    The Out of District guest forms are no longer being accepted.  Deadline was Friday, September 15.

    Anyone planning to wrestle and is not in a Fall Sport needs to report to the weight room on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays right after school for workouts.

    Greeneview Students:
    This week is Banned Book Week. Banned book week is an annual awareness campaign that celebrates the freedom to read and draws attention to banned and challenged books across the world.
    “Eleanor was right. She never looked nice. She looked like art, and art wasn't supposed to look nice; it was supposed to make you feel something.” This book was banned for profanity and being sexually explicit.

    Order forms for Cancer t-shirts are due to Mrs. Benton by Monday, October 2. No late orders will be accepted. Extra order forms are in the office.

    GHS Student and Guest Dance Contracts are available in the front office.  Contracts must be complete before tickets may be purchased.  Homecoming ticket sales are before and after school only, on the stage. Tickets are $15 each pre-sale and $20 each at the door.

    The 11th grade PSAT Test will be Wednesday, October 11th.  This is the qualifying test for National Merit Scholarships and great practice for the SAT.  Limited seats are available and the cost is $16 payable in the Guidance Office.   

    Athletic Booster Online Store is open for orders with Just Ink Tees! Check out the following link and get your Ram spirit wear.

    Xenia Students:
    Pep Rally at XHS on September 29th.
    There will be a bus at 1:40 on Friday Sept. 29th for students who want to come back to the XHS for the pep rally. Please pick up a pass in the GCCC attendance office
     Xenia Seniors may cast their vote for Homecoming King and Queen by stopping in GCCC Guidance before the end of the day Wednesday, September 27.

    Fall seasons are winding for girls tennis and golf, both teams will be competing in the post-season GWOC tournaments this week, best of luck teams!  Boys and girls soccer are currently at the top of the American South division with two weeks to play. 

    Student Council is excited to announce the Homecoming Court for 2017.

    For the Freshman:
    Grace Bond
    Lexie Collier
    Cole English
    Ty Walker

    For the Sophomores:
    Logann Jackson
    Calli Jones
    Nate Craft
    Ronald Wakefield

    For the Juniors:
    Daia Nelson
    Grace Sanders
    Trace Howdyshell
    Sincere Wells

    For the Seniors:
    Ariana Clemens
    Sophia Ensey
    Darielle Gray
    Chance Haught
    Nate Higgins
    Samuel Johnson

    The WPAFB Educational Outreach Office will sponsor a Job Shadow day for High School juniors and seniors Friday, October 27 from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Pre-registration is required. Please see Mrs. Biggs for information on how to apply.

    XHS/GCCC students: the XHS daily announcements can be found on the XHS webpage!

    Attention all students, are you ready for A Night Out of This World? Homecoming is on Saturday, Sept. 30 from 8-11 in XHS Gym. Tickets will be on sale from Sept. 11-27. Cost will be $10. Guest forms are available in the main office and in Ms. Dunteman's room B123. Guests cannot be in middle school or over the age of 20. Guest forms are due September 25. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Dunteman.

    Attention high school students!  Fifth Third Bank is hosting its 10th Annual College Prep Night at Fifth Third Field on the evening of Wednesday, September 27.  The event will provide you and your family with information you need as you prepare for the college search and transition process.  In addition, two pre-registered students at the event will win $1,677 scholarships.  Representatives from colleges including Wright State University, Dayton, The Ohio State University, University of Notre Dame, and many more will be in attendance.  Register for this free event online at daytondragons.com/collegeprep.\

    The 2017 yearbooks are in.  If you have not picked yours up yet, they
    are in the GCCC Main Office.

    This fall, pre-sale football tickets can purchased at all lunches on Wednesday and Thursday at the high school and Warner.  Pre-sale tickets may also be purchased at Anderson Williamson Insurance in town at 242 N. Detroit St.  Tuesday-Thursday from 10 am-3 pm. (Note: Tickets will not be available at Trophy Sports)

    Yellow Springs Students:
    There are only a few weeks left to enroll if you are still interested in the trip to Peru over Spring break. If you want to enroll come see Mr. H or Mrs. Simon today!

    During the next two weeks, Mrs. Morano will be accepting applications to participate in the group formerly known as Project Charlie- now GPS: Goals, Peer Pressure and Stress: Leading you in the Right Direction.

    The fitness center is now open for students on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:30.

    Hey guys the first blood drive is October 6th! You can sign up in the office or with Travis or Ket. If you are 16 or over it is a great opportunity to give back to the community. If you give three times before graduation you earn the red cord honor. There are no games that night so everyone can give! give! give!

    Any Junior and Senior students that want to help be part of the committee to work on the Junior / Senior Prom. There is a sign-up sheet on the office window.