Monday, February 27, 2017
Greene County Career Center Students:
The WPAFB Educational Outreach Office will once again host a Spring Job Shadow Day for high school juniors and seniors on Friday, 24 March 2017 from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Pre-registration is required. See Mr. Prather for details
It is mandatory for all seniors to complete 15 hours of community service and to have this turned in by May 2 in order to receive your Certificate of Completion. See your lab instructor if you have questions.
Reminder to Career Center students that all daily announcements are posted on the school website. Check our homepage on the right hand side and click on the Daily Announcements link. This page includes updates of all of your partner school announcements as well.
College-bound students should be looking for scholarships right now, because deadlines are going to be coming up throughout winter and spring. Several local scholarships have recently become available through the Greene County College Partnership. Anyone with questions about those scholarships or any other scholarships can visit the College Guide in room 128 for an application packet and scholarship listings. College-bound seniors should also be filling out their FAFSAs if they haven’t already, because federal aid and many scholarships will require that to be filed.
GCCC’s 90’s Throwback Prom tickets are on sale! Get yours for $15 a person, $25 a couple during the month of February from Mr. Wilson in the Enrichment Room. You can also buy tickets on Thursday and Friday of each week in the cafeteria. Remember, your date must be 20 or under and you need to fill out an out-of-district date form. It’s going to be a blast from the past!!
This is a reminder that students are not to park in the staff or visitor parking spots. Students parking in the front of the building may face discipline and/or a loss of driving privileges.
Need Extra help in your classes? The Enrichment Room is open for tutoring, Credit Recovery, Carnegie or just a quiet place to work. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4:30.
Don’t forget the “Do the Right Thing” box is located in the guidance office. Students can report issues anonymously. Keep the ticket attached and you might win a reward!
School fees may be paid in the Supply Room, or on-line, using the PayForIt.net link on the school website.
Attention Dodgeballers: The due date for Dodgeball applications has been extended until Wednesday, March 1st. Get your forms turned in and finalized as soon as possible.
Men’s Volleyball Tryouts will be held March 6th and 7th from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. in the Field House. Everyone must have a current physical on final forms by tryouts. See Coach Bysak in the Attendance Office of the main building if you have any questions.
Is writing your strength? Do you love to take photographs? Are you always at a computer designing something? Have you never met a stranger and can talk to anyone? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Yearbook could be the place for you! Applications for the 2018 yearbook staff are now available on line on the BHS website. Go to the Yearbook page under Extracurriculars and print out the form today. Packets can also be picked up in the Main Office and from Miss Creech. Don’t miss out on the chance to become part of a national award-winning publication. Applications are due Friday, February 10. Apply now!
Attention Key Club Members: If anyone is interested in a simple and quick project that will also provide you leadership opportunities see Mrs. Kaffenberger in the guidance office.
The Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Local Scholarship Application is open. Go to the Guidance Page of the high school website to see the link at the top of the page. The Bellbrook Athletic Boosters Scholarship requires a separate application than the one online. You can pick up this application in the guidance office.
SENIORS- Scholarship Connect is now open. Complete an application for scholarships! For more information, stop by the guidance office.
Buckeye Boys State is a week-long hand on experience in the operation of the government and shaping of political parties. The camp will be June 11-18th at BGSU. Interested students must notify their counselor by Feb 28th.
ATTENTION ALL PROM-GOERS – Greeneview High School is hosting a “Bippity Boppity Boo Boutique” on February 28th and March 2nd both 4-6pm and 4-9 pm respectively. At the event, people can donate gently used prom dresses and/jewelry for a girl in need of attire. You can also pick up any items you want and it is all free! Spread the word and contact any siblings or friends who have a dress that they do not know what to do with! Donations will be accepted at any time of the day of. If you have any questions, contact John Sizer.
ATTENTION – Tickets are now on sale for State Fair, in the HS office. Adults $8.00, students and senior citizens $6.00.
STUDENTS IN GRADES 9-12 – High School students interested in playing tennis this spring, please sign up in the office by Wednesday, March 1st. practice will begin Monday, March 6th.
VARSITY “C” BLANKET AWARD – Applications are now available in the High School office for the Varsity “C” Blanket Award. Completed applications are due to the office no later than March 31, 2017. Criteria for this award is listed on the back of the application.
SCHOLARSHIP – The Red and White Scholarship is posted on the website. Applications are available to pick up from Mrs. Tingelstad or to print from the website. Completed applications are due March 3rd.
HELP NEEDED - The National Honor Society is collecting hygiene supplies, and monetary donations, for the needy.
HS BOYS BASEBALL - Baseball conditioning will be on Mon, Wed, and Thursdays at 8pm in the Junior High Gym. All players not playing a winter sport are expected to be there.
HELP WANTED – The high school musical, State Fair, is looking for a backstage crew. If you are interested in being on the stage crew or helping with props, costumes, hair and makeup, or lights and sound, please sign up in Miss Rising’s room, C205.
SENIORS – Remember to check the scholarship list on the school website.
Attention Skyhawks: If you are interested in making Fairborn a better place, you can do so by working with the Mayor’s Beautification Committee. The committee currently has a few vacancies for high school students. The Mayor’s Beautification Committee is responsible for activities such as downtown’s holiday lighting, the July 3rd Block Party, seasonal landscaping, the Sweet Corn Festival, and the Halloween Costume Party. If you are interested, please contact Rob Gast at 684-3722 for additional information.
The Boys Tennis team will meet every day this week at the tennis courts for conditioning from 4:00 to 5:30 weather permitting.
All seniors attending the Senior Class Trip to NYC are required to attend the mandatory pre-trip meeting with a parent on Thursday, March 2, 2017, at 6:30pm in the FHS auditorium. Please make arrangements accordingly to be present with a parent on March 2nd! Any questions- see Mr. Kirsch in room 206. Thank you!
The Skyhawk Shop has another deal for the month of February: If you buy a “6-Man” shirt, you’ll get a wrist band absolutely free! Get your T-Shirt and wrist band TODAY!
Art Club meets every Tuesday! Don't forget to come and enjoy the friendships, the arts, and the crafts. Students may still join! Come and have a little fun!
Attention Girls Softball and Track Team members: Conditioning workouts are happening NOW. Please plan to attend every Tuesday and Thursday at 3:15pm.
Attention Seniors! There are a number of new scholarship opportunities available. Be sure to pick up the scholarship list located outside the guidance office and check out the scholarship opportunities on the FHS guidance website. Please visit the guidance office for any questions or for more information.
There will be a meeting for any junior interested in attending the Washington DC trip next year on Thursday, March 2, at 7 pm. Parents of students interested must attend this meeting, and students’ attendance is strongly encouraged. Any questions, see Mr. Thompson.
Listen up ladies! If you have a gently used prom dress that you would like to donate for a girl in need, please consider donating it to a fellow Greeneview student. Greeneview is opening the Bibbity Bobbity Boutique on Feb. 28th from 4 - 6pm and March 2nd from 4 - 7pm for girls in need of a dress. Dresses can be donated until March 2nd. See Mrs. Garringer or Ciara Reffitt for more information.
Academic Boosters in having another Chipotle fundraiser night in Jeffersonville on Thursday, March 2nd from 4:00-8:00pm. Tell the cashier you’re supporting GHS Academic Boosters and Boosters will receive 50% of the proceeds.
NHS is collecting cans for the cure. Aluminum cans can be placed in trash bags in classrooms and the lunchroom with the labeled box. No beer cans or soup cans. Proceeds will be donated to Jamestown Cancer Care. See Jessica Dale with any questions.
Katy Hilbig and Haley Whitehead are requesting donations for the Envelove Program. Donations such as jumbo crayons, coloring books, stickers, gel pens, playing cards, and hair ties are put together in envelope care packages for patients at Dayton Children’s Hospital. Collection boxes will be located in the office, library and auditeria. The Advisory with the most donations will win a food prize, so be sure to write your Advisory on all donations. For a complete list of requested items and items not to be included see Katy, Haley, or look for flyers posted around school. Donations will be accepted until March 24th.
Attention GHS Seniors, including GHS Career Center Seniors: GHS scholarships are now available. Please visit the Greeneview High School Guidance website for GHS scholarship opportunities, applications, and deadline information. Any questions please contact the GHS guidance office.
Baseball and Softball practices have begun track & field and boys tennis will begin soon.
If you are interested in running track this year and were not at the mandatory meeting you need to stop by and sign up in B107. Any Questions see Coach Bartley.
Seniors continue to check the Xenia Counselor's website for updated scholarship opportunities that are coming in.
Yellow Springs Students:
Attention Seniors: Please check your emails for information on the Senior Class Trip. And don’t forget to sign up in the office by TODAY.
2017 yearbooks will be in before graduation this year. You can help with their creation by contacting Mr. H. You can purchase a 2017 yearbook for $45 in the office or online. Any questions ask Mr. H.
Got a great picture for the yearbook, check out the replay it app and upload your picture.