• Daily Announcements
    November 26, 2018

    Greene County Career Center Students:
    The Donatos in Beavercreek is hiring. Applications are available in the main office.

    The following are local road closings that may affect your drive to school:
    Thursday, November 29th from 8am until 6pm, we will have Hilltop Rd closed between Trebein Rd. and Fairgrounds Rd.
    Friday, November 30th from 8am until 6pm, we will have Hilltop Rd closed between Trebein Rd. and Fairgrounds Rd.
    Monday, December 3rd from 8am until 6pm, we will have one lane blocked on Dayton-Xenia Rd just west of Trebein Rd. Traffic will be maintained.
    Tuesday, December 4th from 8am until 6pm, we will have one lane blocked on Dayton-Xenia Rd just west of Trebein Rd. Traffic will be maintained.
    Friday, Dec 7th from 8am until 6pm, we will be a distraction and possible slow down on Hilltop Rd in the area of 1030 Hilltop Rd. Traffic will be maintained.

    The Federal Impact Aid Surveys need to be returned to the office at GCCC as soon as possible. If you need a blank copy, please see Mrs. Davidson in the main office.

    Only Health Science Academy students are permitted in the Health Science Academy Building! If any other student has a need to go the HAS building they must have a pass!

    Do you need help with your schoolwork or credit recovery? After school tutoring has begun! Tutoring is available every Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 2:11 until 4:30. Stop in the enrichment room for more details.

    If you have borrowed a GCCC shirt from ISD, please return it ASAP!

    All GCCC Student must be in uniform.
    First period teachers please check for uniforms and IDs.
    Any student not in proper 2018 GCCC must report to room 104 to get a pass.

    “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, then take the receipt to the front office for the actual pass. If your ID barcode does not work for the lunch line, please go to the supply room to have this changed.

    Students that drive, please do not move your car to an open spot in the afternoon. If you do, you will be last to be released. As the weather begins to warm up, more students will be outside their vehicle and we do not want to risk an accident just to be released 5 minutes faster.

    This is just a reminder that students are not permitted to go to their cars during lunch. All students must remain in the building during lunch time.

    ATTENTION STUDENTS: The expectation is that students are in class on time, every day, and every period!
    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:
    Get fit over the winter with Dayton Boat Club! Indoor rowing is the ultimate full body workout and a fitness movement surging in popularity. Come to check us out on Saturday, December 1st from 12:00 to 1:00 at our Open House event for 14 to 18-year-olds. For more information about our winter season that runs from December 1st through February 28th, team registration, and Open House details, go to daytonboatclub.org/novice.html.
    Due to many conflicts and the lack of interest, a Winter Dance will not be occurring this winter. Thank you to all the students who participated in the survey, unfortunately, it is just not feasible this year (due to the unavailability of facilities).
    Men’s Volleyball open gyms will start up again Tuesday, November 27th 7-9pm in the fieldhouse. Check the flyers around the commons and athletic lobby for more dates. Any questions, see Coach Bysak in the BHS Main office.
    Baseball weight lifting has begun. Lifting sessions will be held on M/T/Th at 3 pm weekly in Room 1100. Students planning on trying out in the Spring should be in attendance.

    Bellbrook Students:

    Cedarville Students:
    Attention all Cedarville GCCC students- Please have your picture taken or retaken at Cedarville before school Tues., Nov. 27th, if you want to appear in the Cedarville yearbook.

    YEARBOOK ORDERS – Pick up a yearbook order form from Mrs. Barber while you can still order a yearbook for $40.00. On December 15th, the price of a yearbook goes up to $45.00.

    CEDARVILLE HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS… - “The Music Man” Casting information and sheet music are available in Miss Rising’s room, C205. If interested, pick up an information sheet in the High School office or in Miss Rising’s room, C205. The rehearsal calendar is now available in the high school

    Fairborn Students:
    The Prom Committee will meet immediately after school on Monday, November 26, in room 222.
    Media Club’s next meeting will be on Thursday, November 29. Please plan to attend as we are working on Black History Month scripts and images. If you are not a member, but would like to help with this project, feel free to come and join Media Club. It’s not too late.
    Academic Challenge is gearing up for the 2018-2019 season, which begins Pre-Season play on December 8th. Academic challenge is a GWOC competition involving rounds of trivia and competitive point scoring. It is coached by Mr. Cordle. Students interested in joining Academic Challenge should attend a short informational meeting on Tuesday, November 27th immediately after school in room 221 for sign ups. Our first practice will be Tuesday, December 4th, immediately after school in room 221.

    Hey, Seniors: Want to go on A Campus Caravan? The Guidance Office is offering a great opportunity to visit "The University Of Cincinnati" on November 29. The non-refundable cost is $22, which includes transportation and lunch. This is a first-come; first serve opportunity. Permission slips are available in the Guidance office. Money and permission slips must be turned in to the Guidance office by Tuesday, November 20.
    All girls interested in running track: Conditioning/weight lifting will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 to 4:30 starting on Nov. 27.
    Order your 2018-2019 yearbook from Walsworth Yearbooks now to receive the discounted price of $60. Order forms are available in the Main Office. You can also access the Walsworth website from the FHS homepage and order online. If you order online, you will be able to access customization options like book covers, name stamps, and icons that represent extra curricular activities. Order now because prices will increase on December 1 and again on April 1. If you have any questions about your yearbook order, see Mr. Blandino in room 111.

    The FHS JROTC is currently sponsoring a shoe drive that will run through Friday April 12, 2019. The shoes are being collected for underprivileged people around the world. Please donate new and gently worn shoes in all sizes from infant to adult. They will be redistributed to those in need. Bring your shoe donations to the JROTC room (307 in the art hallway), and thank you in advance for your concern and your participation.

    Greeneview Students:
    Jamestown Library has a position open for a “Book Shelver”, 6-10 hours per week, $9.29/hr, and must be at least 14 years of age. Please see the flyer posted on the guidance office bulletin board. Applicants apply online through the Greene County Library Website.

    Any senior who has applied to Ohio State, at either Main Campus or any of the Regional Campuses, is encouraged to apply for the OSU Greene County Alumni Scholarship. Applications are available in the Guidance Office

    Xenia Students:
    Winter workouts will begin Tuesday, November 27th. Workouts will last from 2:30-5:00. Workouts will take place every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the winter. Any player planning to tryout for baseball this spring should attend these workouts. Only players involved in a winter sport are excused from these workouts. Come prepared to lift weights, condition, and hit in the cage
    Have you made a donation for Baskets for Battle? Collection bins are in the main office, Ms. Dunteman's room, and Ms. Rose's room. You can donate lotion, hard candy, games, toys, hats, scarves, and gloves. All donations go to cancer patients in the Dayton area. Do some good this holiday season and donate to Baskets for Battle.
    Bible study will resume on Tuesday, November 27 in Mr. Richey's room after school. Come to learn more about you, the Bible, to eat snacks, and to make fun of Mr. Richey!

    Faculty, Staff and Students – Just a reminder that gently worn and new shoes can be donated to help lost and orphaned pets (via HALO – Helping Animals Lost and Orphaned). Donations will be accepted in the Main Office through November 16!

    The You Can Count on Me scholarship program is now available to seniors have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5, no disciplinary issues, and are going on to a post-secondary education or training program in the fall of 2018. The application is online atwww.YouCanCountOnMe.org. Three recommendations are required. The deadline for this application is Dec. 31.

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

    Yellow Springs Students:
    Sports Physicals are due by the 1st official day of winter sports and turned into the athletic trainer, if physical are not turned in the athlete will sit out until one is completed