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Announcements - Week of 10-21-19
Announcements - Week of 10-21-19
Deb Graber
Monday, October 21, 2019

Friday, Oct. 25 - Today you are choosing to support your school and community.  “We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.”  Let’s make positive choices today and every day.  Prize winners for the challengers will be announced on Monday.

Afternoon Activity Period will be for NHS – meet in the computer lab; FCCLA – meet in Mrs. Bacon’s room.  Mrs. Bacon’s homeroom needs to go to Mrs. Richer’s room.

Seniors need to turn in their quote to the yearbook editors by November 1st.

Everyone is invited to attend this weekend’s production of “The Diary of Anne Frank.” Show times are 7:00pm on Friday and Saturday and 2:30pm on Sunday. You may purchase tickets at the door for $5 each.

Students who go out for lunch to a friend’s home need permission from your parent and your friend’s parent.

There will be a Senior class meeting on Friday, Nov. 1 starting at 8:30am. There will be an announcement to release all seniors to the café.  The meeting will last for about 30 min.

There will be a Freshman class meeting on Friday, Nov. 1 starting at 9am.  There will be an announcement to release all freshmen to the cafeteria.  The meeting will last for approximately 30 min.

MENU TODAY:  Cream of Potato Soup in Bread Bowl, Romaine Salad w/Ranch, Celery w/PB, Carrots, Fruit, Milk



Thursday, Oct. 24 - 

A college rep from the University of Findley will be here today at 1:30.

What “bus” crossed the ocean?  Columbus!!  Happy National School Bus Safety week to our school bus drivers! Did you know that our bus drivers, who drive a daily route, all have other jobs in addition to driving a school bus? Please always show your appreciation to your bus driver! We thank you, drivers, for all you do to keep everyone safe!

Today you are treating yourself and others with respect.  “Respect yourself and others will respect you.” The challenge for today is to write down 3 things you like about yourself.  Tomorrow you are choosing to support your school and community. Wear a Pettisville shirt.

MENU TODAY:  Rotini in Sauce (K-6), Spaghetti Pizza (7-12), Garlic Toast, Corn, Carrots, Fruit, Milk


Wednesday, Oct. 23 - 

A college rep from University of Findley will be here on Thursday at 1:30.

Today you are being a friend.  “Share your smile with the world. It’s a symbol of friendship and peace.”  The challenge today is to write down 3 qualities you want in a friend. Tomorrow you are choosing to treat yourself and others with respect. Wear something you feel confident in.  Dress up!

Detention today will be in Mr. Poulson’s room #163.

Hey students! Have you checked out the 2nd issue of Pet Echoes? If not, make sure to take a look for many great features, including a quiz featuring 5 of our staff members. You have until this Thursday to complete the quiz for a chance to win a king size candy bar.

MENU TODAY:  Chicken Fajita w/Cheese, Rice, Black Beans, Lettuce, Salsa, Carrots, Fruit, Milk


Tuesday, Oct. 22 - 

The Spanish Club trip meeting will be moved to Thursday at lunch. Please enjoy “Mix It Up” Day instead!

Attention JH and HS basketball players: Anyone who ordered shoes through the school may pick them up from Mr. Waldvogel.  The shoes will need to be paid for before you will receive them. Checks will need to made to Pettisville Schools. If you have questions, please see Coach Waldvogel.

A college rep from University of Findley will be here on Thursday at 1:30.

Congratulations to the high school quiz team who opened their Toledo Area League season with 345-100 win over Springfield. The JV team also won 220-150.

Because it is National School Bus Safety Week, here are some fun facts about school buses:

  • Before the 1920’s, buses used cloth curtains instead of glass windows.
  • The largest bus in the world holds 300 passengers. It is in China and is 82 feet long. Normal buses are around 64 feet long.
  • School buses drive nearly 4,680,000,000 miles per year.
  • 48 percent of all K-12 students ride a school bus for 180 school days.

“Hats off” to our bus drivers!!

Today you are choosing to be kind to others. When you are kind to others, it not only changes you, it changes the world.  The challenge for today is to give three people a compliment. Tomorrow we are choosing to be a friend – wear yellow!

Hey students! Have you checked out the 2nd issue of Pet Echoes? If not, make sure to take a look for many great features, including a quiz featuring 5 of our staff members. You have until this Thursday to complete the quiz for a chance to win a king size candy bar.

MENU TODAY:  Pizza, Green Beans w/Ham, Carrots, Fruit, Milk


Monday, Oct. 21 - 

This week is National School Bus Safety Week. Our bus drivers are very important and have a huge responsibility.  Our drivers will do whatever they need to do in order to make sure each student is safe while traveling on the bus. Respect the bus rules and the driver! Be sure to tell your bus driver “thank you” for all they do!

Today you are choosing to be healthy. The challenge today is to write down 3 healthy things you are going to try. Some health tips: Get active each day. Switch off the TV or cell phone and get active. Eat more fruits and vegetables. Choose water as a drink. Tomorrow we are choosing to be kind to others. Wear a different school’s shirt.

There will be open gym tonight for girls in grades 5-12 from 7:30-9:00pm.

Attention JH and HS basketball players: Anyone who ordered shoes through the school may start to pick them up from Mr. Waldvogel starting at open gym this evening.  The shoes will need to be paid for before you will receive them. Checks will need to made to Pettisville Schools. If you have questions, please see Coach Waldvogel.

Congratulations to the varsity girls’ cross country team for the 3rd place finish at the district meet this past Saturday. This qualifies the girls for the regional cross country meet this Saturday at Tiffins Hedges Boyer at 11:00. Top finishers: Kate Stuber 5th place, Sarah Foor 19th place, Kelly Miller 24th place, Elise Hoylman 39th place, and Ava Hoylman 41st place.

Boys’ basketball open gym is after school today for grades 9-12.

MENU TODAY:  Grilled Cheese, Tomato Soup, Mixed Greens w/Ranch, Carrots, Fruit, Cornbread, Milk