Friday, May 5, 2017 - The last STEM meeting for this school year is today! Don’t miss it! See Mrs. Miller if you have any questions.
Get those pencils ready one last time for your final Drug Fact from YAC. “Of Fulton County youth who misused prescription medications, 43% got them from their parents.” Thank you for participating in Drug Fact Week. If you have all of your facts written, turn them into the office or your YAC rep to be entered in the drawing for a Subway gift card. Missing one? Check the hallways for posters listing the fact.
Activity Period today will be for class meetings.
MENU TODAY: Hotdog/Coney, Green Beans, Applesauce Cup, Milk
Thursday, May 4, 2017 - The last STEM meeting for this school year is tomorrow! Don’t miss it! Make sure to touch base with Mrs. Miller if you have a conflict and cannot attend.
OK, the sun is NOT shining today and it’s raining, but all that means is that the fairways and greens will be that much greener when it’s time to play…….GOLF! Now is the time to sign up to play golf for the Blackbirds. This sign up is open to boys and girls, those who play or have never played, and junior high or high school students. All you need is an interest in playing golf this fall. Don’t miss out on all the fun this fall. Stop by Mr. Bracken’s room or Mr. Zimmerman’s room and sign up to play for the Blackbird’s junior high or high school golf team.
There will be a meeting today for all girls in grades 9-11 interested in playing basketball next year in room 146 during lunch. Please bring your lunch with you. If you cannot attend, please see Coach Waldvogel.
Grab your pencils, because it’s time for another drug fact from YAC! Did you know that “6% of Fulton County youth have used medications that were not prescribed for them to get high at some time in their lives?” Remember, turning in all of the facts at the end of the week enters you in a chance to win a Subway gift card!
If you signed up to perform in Pettisville Idol, please sign up for one or two rehearsal times. You must sign up by Thursday morning. The sign-up sheet is just inside Mrs. Bacon’s room by her desk. If you don’t rehearse at school with Lynn Roth, you won’t be able to perform at Pettisville Idol. Please see Mrs. Bacon if you have any questions.
Students in Mrs. Bacon’s 3rd, 6th and 7th period classes are to report to the study hall today.
There will be volleyball open gym tonight from 7:00-8:30 in the varsity gym for girls in grades 8-12.
MENU TODAY: Pizza, Corn, Pears, Pretzels, Milk
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - The last STEM meeting for this school year is Friday! Don’t miss it! Make sure to touch base with Mrs. Miller if you have a conflict and cannot attend.
The sun is shining and it is springtime. The time when our thoughts turn to……GOLF. Yes, it is time to sign up to play golf for the Blackbirds. If you are interested in playing golf for the Pettisville Golf Team this fall, go to Mr. Bracken’s room and sign up. Don’t miss out on all the fun this fall. Stop by Mr. Bracken’s room and sign up to play for the Blackbirds.
We’re already halfway through Drug Fact Week, so don’t forget to keep writing down the facts for a chance to win a Subway gift card. Speaking of halfway, “By the 12th grade, about half of adolescents have abused an illicit drug at least once.”
Ms. Dorosz has a substitute today who is in our building for the first time. Please give Mrs. Garman a nice Blackbird welcome when you see her.
High School art students: Mrs. Nafziger will not be available this morning. 3rd period Art 2 and 4th period Art 1 classes should report to the study hall today. Please take work with you to keep you busy.
Winners of the Consumer Fair raffle from Mrs. Holsopple’s room are as follows. Please pick up your pirizes from Mrs. Holsopple’s room.
Ben Boger – Silver fidget spinner
Micah Rossman – Light fidget spinner
Ashalyn Rice – Gourmet cookies
Darrah Kate Shaw – Bug juice
Emma Stuckey – 2 liter of Dr. Pepper
Thank you all for coming to the 2nd grade Consumer Fair. You helped make it a success!
This is a reminder that class officer/student council applications are due at 3:15 today. Turn them in to your class advisor or Mr. Beck. Elections will be held during class meetings on Friday.
MENU TODAY: Grilled Cheese, Tomato Soup, Carrots and PB, Banana, Crackers, Milk
Tuesday, May 2, 2017 - NHS members: Remember that the NHS picture will happen today at 11:45 in the theater. Please wear a shirt and tie for guys and dress/skirt for girls. No jeans.
Attention all JH baseball players: Please be dressed and ready for a team picture in the high school gym at 4:10 today before your game.
Today is the second day in YAC’s Drug Fact Week campaign to promote healthy decisions. For a chance to win a Subway gift card, pull out a piece of paper and write down the following fact. “7% of Fulton County youth reported binge drinking sometime in their lives.” Binge drinking can cause a variety of health consequences such as a stroke and even death.
This is a reminder that class officer/student council applications are due at 3:15 on Wednesday. Turn them in to your class advisor or Mr. Beck. Elections will be held during class meetings on Friday.
Come one come all to the 2nd grade Consumer Fair in the atrium. It is today from 1:00-2:30. There are many interesting items for you to check out. Proceeds go to the FISH Food Pantry and Heifer Project International. Hope to see you there!
MENU TODAY: Beef Nacho, Carrots, Refried Beans, Peaches, Garlic Bread, Milk
Monday, May 1, 2017 - YAC would like to kick off a Drug Fact Week. Throughout the week, facts will be given over the announcements and on posters throughout the school. Write down each fact and turn it into the office or your YAC rep to be entered into a drawing for a Subway gift card. Today’s drug fact is: 72% of Fulton County youth report that their parents haven’t talked to them about the dangers of underage drinking and drug use in the last month.” Before you head out to pick up your date, talk to your parents about the consequences of your choices.
The second grade Consumer Fair is tomorrow. Come check out the products that Pettisville’s creative second graders have made. Mother’s Day is just around the corner. Who knows, there may be a gift just right for your mom. Hope to see you are the Consumer Fair!
What people work tirelessly each day to make sure you get to school safely and back home again at the end of each day? Who listens day in and day out to hours of chatter, shrieks, and laughter confined in a small space? Who has the stamina and ability to drive in rain, fog, snow, and ice while 50 students are behind them, anxiously waiting to arrive at school? Today is school bus driver appreciation day! Our bus drivers are the best! They drive you to school safely, along with sporting events, musical functions, quiz events and all other extra-curricular activities. The time and energy they are investing in you is very important. Please let your bus driver know they are appreciated by telling them “thank you!”
Detention today will be in Mr. Switzer’s room.
There will be no practice for JH track today.
Attention Prom Decorating committee: Please meet at 11:40 today in the Ag shop for our last meeting to clean up and put away decorations.
Congratulations to FCCLA members for receiving the following honors at State FCCLA Leadership Conference. They were awarded the Ohio Outstanding Chapter which is the highest chapter honor in FCCLA. Six chapters received this award. They also placed 3rd in the State Project called Operation Gratitude.
*Fernanda Hernandez – 1st in Fashion Construction. She will be attending the National FCCLA Conference in Nashville the first week of July.
*Emmah Wilburn and Starr Kessinger – Received Power of One Degree
*Zoe Bullano – Received a silver rating in Recycle and Design
*Abbi Nagel – Receive her state degree
There is an FFA Executive meeting at lunch today. All officers and committee chairmen are requested to be at the meeting.
HS Track Results from Friday at Archbold:
Girls: Team finished 5th. The 4x800 set a meet record. Team members are Elizabeth Sauder, Nichole Foor, and Morgan and Alexa Leppelmeier.
Boys – Team finished 7th.
JH Track Results Saturday at Montpelier:
Girls: Team Runner-up out of 12 teams. Ellie Wixom set a new school and meet record in pole vaulting at 8’6”. Grace Schnitkey set a new meet record in shot put at 36’10”.
Boys: Team place 11th out of 13 teams.
MENU TODAY: Cheeseburger Sandwich, French Fries, Carrots, Applesauce, Pickle Slices, Milk