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Announcements - Week of 3/2/2020
Announcements - Week of 3/2/2020
Deb Graber
Monday, March 02, 2020

Friday, March 6 -

Today’s activity period will be for class meetings.

All 7th graders should bring a planner and writing utensil to today’s class meeting.

The high school quiz team should meet in Ms. Dorosz’s room during extension today.

MENU TODAY:  Cheesy Garlic Flatbread w/Marinara, Steamed Broccoli, Carrots, Fruit, Milk

 


Thursday, March 5 - 

FCCLA members planning on attending the spring rally, please remember to bring in your permission slip and $1 to Mrs. Bacon by tomorrow.

The JV/Varsity girls’ basketball awards night will take place this evening at 7:00pm in the study hall.

Student Council blood drive is today. Student donors should arrive on time to their appointments to keep the drive on schedule. Thank you to all who have supported this endeavor! 

Mrs. Richer’s Spanish classes should report to study hall today. 5th period study hall reports to the JH gym.

MENU TODAY:  Hamburger Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Dinner roll, Carrots w/Ranch, Fruit, Milk


Wednesday, March 4 - 

By donating blood, the iron stored in the body are maintained at healthy levels. A reduction in the iron level in the body is linked with lower cancer risk.  Student donors should drink extra water today in preparation for donation. Please bring your license to your appointment and, if you are 16 or 17, your parent permission slip. There is still time to sign up to help us reach our goal of 25 pints collected tomorrow! Sign up at lunch with Student Council, contact Mrs. Richer, or visit Redcross.org. If you have already registered, you can save time tomorrow morning by filling out the RapidPass on the Red Cross website. Thank you for your life-saving gift!

Student council members working at the blood drive should remember to bring their food tomorrow. Also, please be sure you have checked in with your teachers in advance so they are aware of your absence. 

The JH Quiz team wrapped up their season yesterday with a 49-31 win over Archbold, Olivia Rossman lead the way for the Blackbirds with 7 points while Caden Bishop and Sophie Sterken each scored 5 points. The team finished the regular season with an undefeated record. They will compete in the County Wide tournament next Thursday. Congratulations to all the quiz team members.

The JV/Varsity girls’ basketball awards night will take place on Thursday, March 5 at 7:00pm in the study hall.

The Spanish Club Costa Rica trip is 11 days away! We will meet in Thursday at 8:00pm in the study hall. Please be in attendance with a parent for this important meeting. If you have not turned in phone chain, medical forms, or vaccination papers, please get those in today.

Detention today will be in Mr. Kester’s band room.

MENU TODAY:  Coyote Grill – Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Salsa, Steamed Corn, Carrots, Fruit, Milk


Tuesday, March 3 - 

The Red Cross is in great need of type O positive blood, so if you know you are that blood type, you are strongly encouraged to consider donating blood this Thursday. Students 16 and 17 years old need a parent permission slip to donate blood. You will need your license with you the day of donating. See the Student Council table at lunch every day this week for more information about making your contribution to society to save lives.

MENU TODAY:  Handmade Pizza (K-2), Big Daddy Pizza (3-12), Carrots, Lettuce Salad (7-12), Fruit, Milk


Monday, March 2 - 

If only one more percent of all Americans would give blood, blood shortages would disappear for the foreseeable future.   Students 16 and 17 years old need a parent permission slip to donate blood. Bring your license with you the day of donating.  Remember to drink plenty of water leading up to Thursday.  See the Student Council table at lunch every day this week for more information about making your contribution to society to save lives. 

FCCLA Regional Competition was Saturday.  Results are as follows: Zoe Bullano and Taylor Boger – Fashion Construction – Gold Medals; Kenzi Rivera and Kaylee Grimm – National Programs in Action/Stop the Violence – Gold Medals; Kaylee Grimm – Career Investigation – Silver Medal; Keegan Wyse – Professional presentation – Silver Medal; Elise Hartzler – Repurpose and Redesign – Gold Medal. On March 10, we will know who advances to state competition. Thank you for supporting FCCLA students!

There will be a Spanish Club lunch meeting today in Sra. Richer’s room. Come as early as possible so we can fit our presentations in.

This past Saturday, members of the HS quiz team traveled back to WNWO studios to continue taping the Academic Challenge. After 3 rounds (plus the 2 previously recorded), the team remained undefeated and has made it to the championship game which will be filmed at a later date. Congrats to them, and tune in next Sunday, March 8 at 11:00am to watch their first round against Seneca East.

This past Friday, 8 students competed in the District FFA AgriScience Fair. Jessie McWatters placed 1st in Animal Systems; Baden Skates placed 2nd in Environmental Systems and the team of Amanda Grimm and Susan Ringler placed 2nd in Food Systems. Competing in Plant Systems were 2 teams: Grace Crawford and Hollyn Klopfenstein and also Delana Damman and Olivia Rossman. Thanks to all for participating.

Three HS students participated in the NOW Regional Science & Engineering Fair at NSCC on Saturday.  Baden Skates and Kelly Wyse earned superior ratings.  Baden Skates placed 1st in the HS Materials & Bioengineering Category. Kelly Wyse placed 3rd in the HS Medicine & Health Sciences Category.  Madison Beck received the US Aid Award and Keiffer Presentation Sponsored Award.  Baden Skates received the 2nd place Favorito Environmental Science Award, Thomas Edison Governor’s Award in Environmental Science Award, and the NOAA Award.  Baden qualified for super judging and placed 5th out of the top nine HS projects at the regional fair.  Our next science fair competition is the Ohio Academy of Science District Science Day at the University of Toledo this coming Saturday. Nine HS and JH students will be competing.

The varsity boys’ basketball team’s season came to an end on Friday night in the sectional final by a score of 41 to 39.  The Blackbirds finish the season with an overall record of 15 and 9 and a conference record of 12-0 for the third conference championship in a row.  The senior class finishes their career with a BBC record of 43 and 5 with three BBC Championships and one Runner-up BBC finish. The boys basketball program would like to thank the Pettisville fans and the outstanding cheering section for their support.

Detention today will be with Mr. Horning in room #150.

MENU TODAY:  Hot Ham & Cheese Calzone, Tater Tots, Carrots w/Ranch, Fruit, Milk