Friday, April 28, 2017

Greene County Career Center Students:
HOSA will be sponsoring a blood drive on May 12th.  Registration ends on May 1st.  Hosa officers will be registering students during Junior and Senior lunches.  On Friday, registration will be during Senior lunch only. 

It is mandatory for all seniors to complete 15 hours of community service and to have this turned in by May 2 in order to receive your Certificate of Completion.  See your lab instructor if you have questions.

Reminder to Career Center students that all daily announcements are posted on the school website. Check our homepage on the right hand side and click on the Daily Announcements link. This page includes updates of all of your partner school announcements as well.

College-bound students should be looking for scholarships right now, because deadlines are going to be coming up throughout winter and spring.  Several local scholarships have recently become available through the Greene County College Partnership.  Anyone with questions about those scholarships or any other scholarships can visit the College Guide in room 128 for an application packet and scholarship listings.  College-bound seniors should also be filling out their FAFSAs if they haven’t already, because federal aid and many scholarships will require that to be filed.

GCCC’s 90’s Throwback Prom tickets are on sale! Get yours for $20 a person, $30 a couple from Mr. Wilson in the Enrichment Room. You can also buy tickets on Thursday and Friday of each week in the cafeteria. Remember, your date must be 20 or under and you need to fill out an out-of-district date form. It’s going to be a blast from the past!! 

This is a reminder that students are not to park in the staff or visitor parking spots.  Students parking in the front of the building may face discipline and/or a loss of driving privileges. 

Need Extra help in your classes?  The Enrichment Room is open for tutoring, Credit Recovery, Carnegie or just a quiet place to work. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4:30.

Don’t forget the “Do the Right Thing” box is located in the guidance office. Students can report issues anonymously.  Keep the ticket attached and you might win a reward!  
School fees may be paid in the Supply Room, or on-line, using the link on the school website.

Beavercreek Students:
Dance Team auditions are beginning soon!  The audition prep clinic is Wednesday from 6:00 – 8:00 AT Ferguson Hall with an audition meeting at 8:00 p.m.  Auditions will be May 1st – 4th at 6:00 p.m. at Ferguson Hall.  Visit our dance team page on the school website for more information.

Anyone interested in trying out for fall sideline cheerleading should pick up an informational packet in the Main Office of BHS or Ferguson Hall.

Beavercreek students at GCCC can buy tickets to Prom and After Prom the week of May 1-5 from Mrs. Mann in Beavercreek’s Guidance Office at the end of the day (2-3:15). Tickets are 20.00 each.  Make sure you have a Beavercreek Out of District Date Form for any non-Beavercreek High School students.

After Prom-Beavercreek Church of the Nazarene.  Tickets sold at the same time/location as Prom Tickets.  After Prom tickets are $15 each

Bellbrook Students:
Students interested in going to BHS Prom on Sat. May 6th tickets will be available starting on Monday.  The cost is $25.00 per ticket.

Any BHS senior that is interested in going to Kings Island for the senior field trip on May 25th will need to get tickets from the Athletic Office by this Friday.

There is a Key Club meeting Friday April 28th during Mentor. elections for next year will be held. If you are interested in running for an office you need to sign up by Thursday on the Key Club bulletin board in the guidance office.

Bellbrook seniors need to complete the Senior Survey, which can be found on the Bellbrook High School’s website under the Guidance tab.  It is a short survey and should only take about 5-10 minutes to complete.  Bellbrook needs to know what your plans are after graduation such as college, armed forces, work, etc. Also, which college to send your final transcript.

It is DUE by May 15.  

BHS JROTC Annual 5k will be held April 29th 9:00am at Miami Valley South Stadium.

Cedarville Students:
DODGEBALL – The cost to sign up is $40 per team.  (6 players per team).

Today is the last class meeting of the year for Cedarville!

CONGRATULATIONS! Choralation performed at State Contest last Saturday and earned a SUPERIOR RATING, the top rating possible.  This is Choralation’s 5th consecutive year earning the top rating at State. Choralation has been performing in the more difficult classification now for three years and have continued their remarkable success. Special recognition goes out to Noah Myers and Alexis Voisard for their solos in the performance. Also, special honor goes out to our three seniors: Natalie Kroger, Alix Paris, and Alexis Voisard. Congratulations, Choralation!

2017-2018 CHEER TRYOUTS – Open to students in grades 6-11. Sign up and pick up your packet in the High School Office before Monday, April 24th. Must attend at least one, of four, clinics to learn material. Tryouts are Wednesday, May 10th from 3:30-5:30(ish). See Miss Thomas with any questions!

HELP NEEDED - The National Honor Society is collecting hygiene supplies, and monetary donations, for the needy.

SENIORS – Remember to check the scholarship list on the school website.

Fairborn Students:
NHS members must work at least one snack pack night.  If you have not worked yet, you must sign up for May 3rd or May 24th.  See Mrs. Wright or Ms. Gaudette in room 111.  Also remember that your last monthly service hours are due the week we return from spring break.  Forms are available in room 111.
The Skyhawk Shop is currently offering this $15 “two-fer”:  Buy yourself a Skyhawk Tumbler AND a black Skyhawk Nation t-shirt and get them both for just $15. Remember: The Skyhawk Shop is open only on Fridays.
NHS has free prom dresses available to anyone who needs one. These dresses have been donated by staff and Fairborn community members, so many have never been worn to a FHS prom!  In fact, many of the dresses are still brand new with the tags intact.  Please take advantage of this great opportunity and schedule a time with Mrs. Wright or Ms. Gaudette for a private viewing of this great selection

Art Club meets every Tuesday! Don't forget to come and enjoy the friendships, the arts, and the crafts. Students may still join! Come and have a little fun!

Attention Seniors! There are a number of new scholarship opportunities available.  Be sure to pick up the scholarship list located outside the guidance office and check out the scholarship opportunities on the FHS guidance website. Please visit the guidance office for any questions or for more information.

Greeneview Students:
Forms are available in the office for Prom Preview.  Please complete and return to the office by
Friday, May 5th.

Tickets for the May 6 Prom are on sale after school. Tickets are $30 per person. You must have a dance contract on file in order to purchase.
If you are bringing a date from another school, a guest form must be on file in the office.

This year’s Spring Musical: Decades in Revue will be held this Friday, April 28th and Saturday, April 29th at 7pm. Tickets will be sold at the door and will cost $5 for students & senior citizens and $8 general admission. You don't want to miss it!

Senior Apparel website is now up and running.  Order now until April 30th
Any questions see Brianna Seigfried.

Yearbooks are on sale until May 5th!

Attention Band and Choir members: If you have any appropriate pictures from Disney that you would like featured in the yearbook, please email them to Mrs. Rich @

The Color Blaze Run 5k is Saturday, May 13th at 10am.  The cost is $20 and includes a t-shirt, color packet, and sunglasses.  You don’t have to run, you can walk or jog.  It will be held at the high school and proceeds benefit the Blessings in a Backpack program.  Registrations are due by April 26th and forms are available in the office.

There is an After Prom Meeting on Wednesday, April 26th at 6pm.

Handball Tournament is coming May 12th. Please get your teams together by May 5th. Sign up sheets are outside Mrs. Ford's room. Cost is $20 per team.

Seniors: A list of students who will be receiving a Diploma With Honors at graduation has been posted in the Guidance Office window. Please check this list for accuracy and see Mr. Zipes if you have any questions.

Attention: Any Senior planning to attend an accredited two-year community college or vocational program, there are applications for The Norco Advanced Learning Award Scholarship in the guidance office.

Attention GHS Seniors, including GHS Career Center Seniors: GHS scholarships are now available.  Please visit the Greeneview High School Guidance website for GHS scholarship opportunities, applications, and deadline information.  Any questions please contact the GHS guidance office.

Xenia Students:
Attention Seniors! This is your last opportunity to purchase a senior shirt. Please purchase your shirt for $10. We will sell shirts Friday, Monday, and Tuesday ONLY. Please see Mrs. Tate in B213 with any questions.

This week is the busiest of the spring for our sports teams. Baseball, softball and boys tennis are all in contention for league titles. The weather is going to be great, if you have a chance please come out and support our student athletes!

Get ready to relive the glory or not so glorious days of Jr. High with Xenia's Production of: 13 The Musical. Shows are May 5th and 6th at 7:30 and May 6th and 7th at 2:00. Tickets are $15 and $10 for adults and $10 and $5 for students, and can be purchased next week after school.

Seniors continue to check the Xenia Counselor's website for updated scholarship opportunities that are coming in.

Yellow Springs Students:
Attention!!!!!! Are you gay? Are you straight? Are you all of the above? Do YOU like to party? Then come support your L G B T Q I A community, and Kyra, Miranda, and Gracie’s senior project at the Bryan center at 6:30 until 9 o clock PM on the 12Th of May. (Grant’s Song)

There's a book and art supplies drive for the Artemis Center, so if you have any unwanted books or supplies like unused pencils, paper, paint, etc. please put them in the bins and the will be donated. Thank you.

Attention Students: There will be a food drive at the school starting on Monday, April 24th and will conclude Friday, April 28th. For more information about the drive, please see info flyers in the cafeteria and on the bulletin board in front of the main office.

Sam Green and Duard Headley's senior project will be a pair of talks addressing the current political climate and the Trump presidency, and how it compares to the dystopian works of literary merit 1984 and A Handmaid's Tale. The talks will focus on the parallels between the oppressive world of the books, and the path our own country is headed down. They will be open to the whole community, and will be Saturday, April 29th at 12;30, and Sunday, April 30th at 1 at the town library. Come out and join the discussion!

The Discover U in Business camp targets students from historically underrepresented populations or who have a commitment to promoting a deeper understanding of and appreciation for diversity. Students representing different ethnic/racial backgrounds are encouraged to apply."
Free 3 day camp 6/22-24/17 at Miami U-deadline to apply is 5/22/17
(Applicants must be high school SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, or SENIORS in fall 2017, have at least a 3.0 gpa or higher, and reside in the Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus or Cleveland area. Students in other geographic areas may also apply)

Order your 2016-2017 yearbook now. Check the school webpage for information on how you can order it or add pictures to it!

The School Forest T-Shirts are in and they are gorgeous!! To get yours, bring $13 to Mr. Day before or after school.

The Fitness Center will be open for students on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:40-4:45.