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Announcements - Week of 2/19/18
Announcements - Week of 2/19/18
Deb Graber
Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Friday, Feb. 23

Attention anyone interested in applying to be on the Lariat and Pet Echoes staff next year:  Please turn in your completed application to Ms. Dorosz or Mrs. Dadisman by 3:20 today.  Feel free to come to Mrs. Dadisman’s room before school, after school, during lunch, or during study halls to complete the application.

FCCLA – On Monday right after attendance, please report to the varsity gym for a group picture.

“I Can. We Will!”  In the 1930’s, the official FFA dress of a blue corduroy jacket and black pants was adopted.  We carry on this tradition today to signify unity within our organization.  This allows us to complete the statement, “I can. We will.”

Attention STEM enthusiasts:  A unique opportunity is available for you on June 7 and 8.  It is an overnight field trip to OSU’s Stone Lab on Gilbralter Island in Lake Erie.  You must fill out an application to secure a place in this adventure.  See Mrs. Meller or Mrs. Miller to get your application.  Space IS limited, so don’t delay!

Day 3 of the Spirit Week/FFA Competition have concluded.  The results are in!  Despite their best efforts, the seniors could only pull out enough points for the silver with a score of 6.61.  The juniors were unable to medal with a score of 3.96.  The sophomores have yet to see the podium with a score of 3.4.  The freshmen, with an almost perfect ten, earn the gold with a score of 9.82.  The 7th & 8th grades earn another bronze with a 4.75.  Who will take the gold today?  It is a close match-up between the seniors and freshmen.  Find out at the Pep Rally.

5th quarter for all high school students will be tonight following the boys’ basketball game.  We will be honoring all seniors!  Free pizza, pop and games will be provided.  See you there!

A big thank you to all the sophomores, as well as your parents, staff and the cafeteria ladies, who helped with a successful Sophomore supper last evening!  Thanks from Mrs. Frazer and Mrs. Nafziger.

The JV and varisty boys’ basketball teams will host N.C. tonight in the regular season and BBC finale with the JV game starting at 6:00pm. 

Good luck to the girls’ basketball team tomorrow afternoon in the sectional final.  The girls’ team will take on Antwerp in the sectional final at Defiance High School starting at 1:00pm.  Doors open at 12:00pm.  There are no pre-sale tickets for the sectional tournament.  Ticket prices are $6 for adults and $4 for students.

The theme for tonight’s game against N.C. is “Super Spirit.”

Activity Period today will be for NHS and FCCLA.  NHS will meet in study hall.  FCCLA will meet in Mrs. Bacon’s room.  All other students should report to homeroom.

MENU TODAY:  Fish Sandwich, Broccoli, Fries, Fruit, Milk



Thursday, Feb. 22

This week is FFA week.  FFA is the world’s largest youth-run organization, consisting of more than 650,000 members nationally, around 25,000 in the state of Ohio, and 55 in our local chapter.  This year’s FFA them is “I Can. We will.” The goal of FFA is to bring individuals together to work as a unit.

Attention anyone interested in applying to be on the Lariat and Pet Echoes staff next year:  Please turn in your completed application to Ms. Dorosz or Mrs. Dadisman by 3:20 on Friday.  Feel free to come to Mrs. Dadisman’s room before school, after school, during lunch, or during study halls to complete the application.

The Pettisville Ever-Ready 4-H Club meets Monday at the Park Pavilion at 7:30pm.  This is the first meeting of the year.

Everyone is invited to the Sophomore Supper this evening from 5:00-7:00.  It is in conjunction with Mini Birds basketball. Sophomores, please be ready to work during your scheduled times.   

There is a Spanish Club trip meeting at lunch today in Sra. Richer’s room.  Please bring your lunch and your presentation.

Congratulations to Lyla Heising for finishing 8th at the MathCounts Competition yesterday.  The placing was good enough to go to the state competition, buy Lyla was already committed to the Regional Spelling Bee on the same day.

Tomorrow is a “gold out” for Spirit week.  Be sure you dress head to toe in yellow or gold and prepare to cheer on our boys’ and girls’ basketball teams in their tournament season.

Attention STEM enthusiasts:  A unique opportunity is available for you on June 7 and 8.  It is an overnight field trip to OSU’s Stone Lab on Gilbralter Island in Lake Erie.  You must fill out an application to secure a place in this adventure.  See Mrs. Meller or Mrs. Miller to get your application.  Space IS limited, so don’t delay!

The results of day two of Spirit Week/FFA competition are in.  Points are out of 10.  The seniors pulled out the gold in a fashionable win with an artistic score of 9.03.  The juniors won bronze with an artistic score of 6.67.  The sophomores came close to medaling with a score of 6.  The freshmen went all out and earned the silver with a score of 7.64.  The 7th & 8th grade did not reach the podium.  Their score was a 5.74.

5th quarter for all high school students will be this Friday night following the boys’ basketball game.  We will be honoring all seniors!  Free pizza, pop and games will be provided.  See you there!

MENU TODAY:  Pancakes & Sausage, Potato Rounds, Juice, Milk


Wednesday, Feb. 21

Picture a farmer. What are they wearing? That’s right……flannel and denim!  Today, the FFA is wearing flannel because it is an agriculture product.  The theme for today is “I can, we will.”  The farmers say “I can” produce cotton to make the flannel.  Others say, “we will” convert the cotton into flannel and other things we enjoy.

Attention anyone interested in applying to be on the Lariat and Pet Echoes staff next year:  Please turn in your completed application to Ms. Dorosz or Mrs. Dadisman by 3:20 on Friday.  Feel free to come to Mrs. Dadisman’s room before school, after school, during lunch, or during study halls to complete the application.

The junior high FCA is meeting in Mr. Bishop’s room at lunch today.

Everyone is invited to the Sophomore Supper on Thursday evening from 5:00-7:00.  It is in conjunction with Mini Birds basketball. Sophomores, please check the time that you are scheduled to work and remember to bring in your pies tomorrow. 

Show your Olympic pride tomorrow.  Dress like an Olympic athlete or show support for an Olympic country!

Attention STEM enthusiasts:  A unique opportunity is available for you on June 7 and 8.  It is an overnight field trip to OSU’s Stone Lab on Gilbralter Island in Lake Erie.  You must fill out an application to secure a place in this adventure.  See Mrs. Meller or Mrs. Miller to get your application.  Space IS limited, so don’t delay!

The results of the first day of the Spirit Week/FFA competition are in:  In true Olympic fashion, all scores are out of a possible 10 points.  The seniors, earning a technical score of 7.22, have earned the silver medal.  The juniors, earning a technical score of 2.25, fall short of earning a spot on the podium.  The sophomores with a technical score of 2.09 have a lot of ground to make up the next 3 days of competition.  The freshman edge out the seniors for the gold with a score of 7.5 leaving the bronze to the 7th/8th grade combo with a score of 3.59.

5th quarter for all high school students will be this Friday night following the boys’ basketball game.  We will be honoring all seniors!  Free pizza, pop and games will be provided.  See you there!

Congratulations to the junior high quiz team on their win over Swanton last night 46-32.  Top scorers were Pete Rupp and Rosemary Baer with 5 each, Elizabeth Rochefort with 7 and Lyla Heising with 16.

MENU TODAY:  Mr. Z’s Pizza, Carrots, PB Cup, Fruit, Milk



Tuesday, Feb. 20

Today is FFA Safety Day and agriculture needs safety.  I can, we will be safe, not only on a farm, but also on the road and everywhere else.  Today’s FFA theme is “Safety Day” to try and promote that safety is important.  For safety day, we are wearing hard hats, safety nets, and other clothing that has to do with safety.

Attention anyone interested in applying to be on the Lariat and Pet Echoes staff next year:  Please turn in your completed application to Ms. Dorosz or Mrs. Dadisman by 3:20 on Friday.  Feel free to come to Mrs. Dadisman’s room before school, after school, during lunch, or during study halls to complete the application.

Tomorrow’s spirit week theme is fashion faux pas.  So think through all the fashion mistakes and be sure you make them tomorrow.

If anyone is interested in purchasing a Quiz Team Fan club shirt, please see Ms. Dorosz or a member of the quiz team before sales end tomorrow.

Attention STEM enthusiasts:  A unique opportunity is available for you on June 7 and 8.  It is an overnight field trip to OSU’s Stone Lab on Gilbralter Island in Lake Erie.  You must fill out an application to secure a place in this adventure.  See Mrs. Meller or Mrs. Miller to get your application.  Space IS limited, so don’t delay!

STEM Club meets this afternoon from 3:15 until approximately 4:45.

Musical rehearsal tonight is at 6:30 and is for everyone.

Congratulations to the 6th, 7th, and 8th graders for a VERY SUCCESSFUL fundraiser.  You collected $18, 974.50 on orders turned in and had $1,971.50 of online orders.  WAY TO GO!  Congrats to Mason Stickley for being top salesperson of the fundraiser!  The “Coop” collectible drawing for the first 3 collection days will be this afternoon.  If you received a coop collectible, make sure to show Mrs. Miller to enter your name into the drawings.  The cumulative prize day will be scheduled soon!  A list of sales of each seller will be posted outside the office by the end of the day.  Great job everyone!

MENU TODAY:  Beef & Cheese Nachos, Refried Beans, Lettuce, Salsa, Fruit, Milk



Monday - No School