February 19, 2020
Greene County Career Center Students:
Try to be a rainbow in someone else’s cloud by doing a kind gesture for someone else. GCCC staff will do the same. We will do drawings today for $10 gift cards “just because.” No pride ticket needed! Remember to have you picture taken at lunch!
Quote of the day:
“Unexpected kindness is most powerful, least costly, and most underrated agent of human change.”
GCCC apparel is still on sale in the supply room. Plenty of t-shirts, long sleeves, and polos available. Please know that this is not uniform approved apparel, but just clothing with our current logo on them!
Pricing is as follows:
Long sleeves= $4.00
(not permitted to wear hoodies on school grounds)
Attention All staff and students:
Flu cases are on the rise!
Please remember to wash hands frequently
Suman Mediratta is a retired teacher working with Greene County College Partnership to assist any seniors who may have transition needs from School to college/work or any other community agencies or programs. Ms. Mediratta will be at GVCC on Wednesdays in room 218. Please feel free to stop with any college/FAFSA or transition questions. There will leave a sign in sheet on the counter for students to write their name and the best time to reach them.
Are you turning 18 this school year?
Research indicates -that in almost every school district across the country -there is an increase in the number of young men who fail to register. The main reason is because men are not informed that they are required by law to register within 30 days of their 18th birthday. Registration is not only a legal requirement, but a civic duty and a key component of our national defense readiness.
To help men register, they only need to go to SSS.gov. They can preregister at 17 years and 3 months of age and their registration will be held until they reach age 18. Why is this so important? Because every year, tens of thousands of men turn 26 years of age who failed to register. By then, the registration door is permanently closed. That means they are unable to receive federally funded college loans and grants; are unable to get into federally funded training and certification programs; are barred from all federal employment; ineligible for many state and local government jobs; and immigrants -documented and undocumented -will have a 5-year delay in processing their citizenship application. It can't be stressed enough -45 seconds online registering at SSS.gov can save a man 45 years of headaches and heartaches.
Students this is a reminder to write your name on your Play 21 passes before turning them into the office.
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.
Students serving morning detention must enter through the front doors from 7:00- 7:10. Mrs. Osburn will be there to let you in!
Congratulations to our Friends Show Choir on an outstanding showing at the Loveland Showfest this past weekend. Congratulations to TJ Holte for being named the group’s Outstanding Performer. Congrats to Enoch Graham for being named the Best Male Soloist of the competition, and for being chosen to receive a full scholarship to Show Choir Camps of America. Congratulations to our Crew, the Roadies, for earning Best Crew of the day, and congratulations to our combo for being named the Best Combo of the competition. We were honored to be awarded Grand Champion of the Large Mixed Division during the daytime awards, and honored to receive Best Vocals, Best Choreography, and overall Grand Champion of the 2020 Loveland Showfest! A true Beaversweep! Awesome job Friends!
Our BHS gymnastics team had two meets over the weekend and placed 2nd on Saturday. The individuals that placed on events were Kendra Skrlac, Jordan Jarnot, Abby Greenisen, Izzy Espinoza, Natalie Whitman, Megan Stauble, Jordan Da Costa Gomez, Ana Balint, and Mariana Ruiz. Keep up the great work, ladies!
Chess Club meeting on Wednesday in Mr. Nartker's room 1009.
STEM Club is meeting this Thursday after school in Ms. Blazyk's room. The meeting will last until 4:30, and we will be learning about computer programming. Everyone is welcome!
Auditions for the BHS Spring Musical "Cinderella" will be held Thursday, February 20 from 3:10-6:30 in the BHS Choir Room. Audition forms and details may be found on Mr. Kochensparger's web page. Auditions are open to all BHS students grades 9-12.
The deadline to complete the Local Scholarship application, which will apply you for over 30 scholarships, is fast approaching. The application is due on Monday, Feb. 24. The application was sent to ALL Seniors' BHS email on Jan. 24. Any questions, see Mrs. Ralston in the Counseling Office.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT TICKETS – Tickets are on sale in the high school office for the varsity girls and boys basketball tournament games. The girls play this Thursday, February 20th at 6:00 p.m. at Monroe against Miami Valley Christian Academy. The boys play this Saturday, February 22nd at Troy against Yellow Springs. Tickets are $6 presale and $8 at the door. Get your tickets here and save $2.
TICKETS FOR “GREASE: SCHOOL VERSION” –Tickets are available on the school’s website. Student tickets are $8, adult tickets are $10. Performances are February 27-29.
SENIORS – WSU is offering a fee waiver code to seniors who are applying now through March 1. Fee Wavier Code: RaiderUp2020.
Please stop by the Cedarville High School office as soon as possible to pick up a “Senior Year Activities Sheet”. The information you list on this sheet will be printed in the yearbook.
ATTENTION STUDENTS – No more “freebies” with a Yearbook purchase; however, you can still get one for $45
Attention all Skyhawks and residents of Fairborn: Tickets for the spring musical Fiddler on the Roof are on sale now and can be purchased online. The show dates are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, February 20, 21, and 22. You can find the online link for tickets at the Fairborn City Schools website under the "Families" tab.
Conditioning for Boys Track and Field has started in the gym immediately after school. Contact Coach Smith at 937-626-0777 if you have any questions.
“If you are a Fairborn senior going on the class trip to New York City and take prescription medication, you must see Mrs. Drakeford in room 206 to get paperwork that needs to be signed by your doctor. You cannot take your medication to NYC without this form on file.”
Any girl who is interested in running track should please stop by the Athletic office to pick up a preseason conditioning schedule.
Greeneview Greene County Career Center SENIORS . If you are ordering a Senior Shirt please turn money into Lindsey Schrand ASAP
Track and field signup and off-season training is ongoing. See coaches on Tuesdays or Thursdays after school at the track, or see Mr. Rinehart for information. First mandatory practice is February 24th, must be registered and have physical by then.
Seniors with at least a 2.5 GPA who plan to attend a two-year community college or vocational program are encouraged to apply for the NORCO Advanced Learning Scholarship by April 10th. The scholarship awards $4000 per year for two years and the application is available in the Guidance Office.
Do you have a silly selfie, snap, or instagram picture? The yearbook staff wants your goofiest images for potential use in the 2020 yearbook. Share your images with Mrs. Garringer or upload to www.hjeshare.com and use the code: ghsrams.
Local Greeneview Scholarship Applications are now available to Seniors. Check your school email for information regarding how to apply. Higham applications are due on Wednesday, February 12th by 2:30pm, all other Greeneview scholarship applications are due Wednesday, February 19th by 2:30pm. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Gardner.
Greene County Career Center SENIORS - Please check either your GCCC email or your GHS school email and verify the spelling of your name for your diploma. Please respond to the email if it is correct or if it needs to be changed. If you don't see an email from Mrs. Gardner in your email please let her know. firstname.lastname@example.org `
Marching Band & Color Guard members from this past season: if you or your parents are interested in purchasing a memory photo book from the past marching band season, stop by the band room and pick up an order form from Mr. Johnson. The books are $25.
Wright State University would like to invite high school students to an open house Saturday Feb. 22nd from 9 - 12:30 pm. Register at wright.edu/RaiderOpenHouse.
The Greene County Farm Forum Scholarship is now available to any senior who is enrolled or planning to enroll in a field related to agriculture in college. The applications must be complete and mailed by Friday April 17th. The applications can be picked up in the Counselor's Office
Your kindness matters. You can participate in the great kindness challenge and help NHS by stepping up for someone in need. Donate your jeans..... teens.
XHS/GCCC students- the XHS Daily Announcements are posted on the XHS Website.
Yellow Springs Students:
Seniors, don't let senioritis set in. Now that it is 2nd semester, the heat is on for your Senior Project to get done. Remember, they need to be finished by Spring Break. That is March 20th!!!! These are a graduation requirement. If you have questions, let Mr. H, Mr. Smith, or Ms. Moranno know!
Seniors...Do you need Community Service Hours? Please contact Mr. H or Mr. Young if you have any questions or if you are interested in volunteering.
BE RESPECTFUL, BE IMPACTFUL AND SHOW SELF CONTROL!