High School & Junior High Monthly Newsletter

Last Updated: 12/3/2021 7:07 PM

 

December 2021 Valley View vNewsletter

High School Academic Wing

During November, we had the opportunity to have two great guest speakers in our facility.

Dave Roever visited our school on Veterans Day. Dave is a veteran who spoke about his experiences throughout his time in the military while also tying in life learning moments as well as humor. Our students were very happy with this experience.

Tramain Hall came to visit us a week later to talk about Above the Line and Below the Line responses which ties in with our theme of Event + Response = Outcome. Tramain shared his life story and how at his lowest points he had to learn the value of Above the Line responses and stop living below the line.

During the month of November we recognized eight students as our students of the quarter. The students recognized were the following students

9th graders: Emma Whaley and Landon Jensen

10th graders: Chloe Neuman and Owen Moler

11th graders: Scarlett Pursifall and Terry Johnson

12th graders: Cara Holthaus and Zachary Myers

The end of November kicked off our winter athletic schedule which features our Girls Basketball, Boys Basketball, Cheerleading, Wrestling, Swimming and Bowling teams.

The National Honor Society members will be hosting a Christmas dance on the evening of December 11th that will take place in the gymnasium.

HS Counselor's Corner

  • The deadline to register for the December 11th ACT test is November the 5th.
  • State testing retakes will begin on November 29th for certain students who need to retake a state test to ensure graduation requirements are met.
  • All high school credit courses will have exams that will be January 19th - 21st. Students are able to exempt an exam if they have an A in the course and have 1 or less unexcused absences this year. Students can only exempt 1 exam total. Please reach out to your teachers or counselor if you have further questions about exams. Exam schedules will be posted soon for students.

Junior High Academic Wing

Some of the highlights from a busy November at Valley View Junior High School were:

 

  • Three successful remote learning days,

  • Girls and boys basketball and wrestling teams started practice/competitions,

  • Allie Hannahan, Logan Schmidt, Marin Weibel, and Anthony Valenti were named Students of the Quarter for 1st Quarter,

  • Students worked on career exploration activities during Spartan Time,

  • Guest speaker Tramain Hall gave an inspirational talk about Event + Response = Outcome and Above the Line Behaviors,

  • 17 guest speakers from our community, the Miami Valley Career Technology Center, and Sinclair Community College shared information with students about 11 different careers at our Career Day.

 

Looking ahead:

 

  • JH wrestling meet at Valley View HIGH SCHOOL on Sat., 12/4

  • Poinsettia pickup on Saturday, 12/11 in the JH lobby

  • MAP Testing Tuesday, 12/7 and Thursday, 12/9

  • Panorama survey on Wednesday, 12/15

  • JH Dodgeball Tournament on Friday, 12/17 (last day of school before holiday break)

JH Counselor's Corner

VVJH hosted their annual Career Day on Friday, November 19th. A special thank you to the following people who came in and shared information about their careers with our students:

Chief Jon Schade and Chief Joe Andzik police officer

Laura Boyd elementary school teacher

Andrew Marlatt careers in athletics

Justin Morgan auto technology

Brandy Bicknell nursing

Jami Shell make up artist/business owner

MVCTC students sports medicine

MVCTC students firefighter/EMT

MVCTC students graphic design

MVCTC students cosmetology

MVCTC students veterinary science

 

7th and 8th grade students are continuing career and college exploration in their Spartan classes during the month of December.

Sparty's Army

Winter sports are underway!

Best of luck to all student athletes during the winter season. More information, results, and pictures will be included in our newsletter next month.

Social-Emotional Supports

Right now parents in Montgomery County have access to free online Triple P Parenting Courses. Parents simply sign up for FREE and have up to one year to complete the 8 module class session with ongoing support if needed. The modules

  • Module 1: What is Positive Parenting for Teenagers?

  • Module 2: Encourage Appropriate Behavior

  • Module 3: Teaching New Skills

  • Module 4: Managing Problem Behaviors

  • Module 5: Planning Ahead for Risky Situations

  • Module 6: Raising Confident, Capable Teenagers

  • Extra Module: Parenting During COVID-19


Parents simply sign up for FREE at http://www.triplep-parenting.com/montgomery and have up to one year to complete the modules with ongoing support if needed.

Upcoming Events

December 11th - HS Christmas dance

December 17th - Last day of school before Christmas Break


Celebrating Spartans Newsletter for October 2021

high school academic wing

 

This past month we were able to bring Kona Ice in and we will plan to continue that throughout the year. The plan this year is for Kona Ice is come in a total of four or five times to the High School. Students can earn free Kona Ice if they are given an "Above the Line" ticket from a staff member. "Above the Line" tickets are given out to students who do just that, go above the line and exceed expectations.

 

Our culture theme is the concept of Event + Response = Outcome. This concept was made popular when the company Focus3 began working with the Ohio State Football team. The idea is that events happen daily in our lives that are out of our control. Although we do not control events in our lives, we do get to control our response and that does have an impact on the type of outcome we will get. How you respond can be done in one of two ways, you can either make an above the line or below the line response. This is where our "Above the Line" tickets come from.

 

At the end of this month (November 29th) we will begin our fall testing window. Students who still need to meet graduation requirements in regards to state testing are the ones who will be testing at this time.

hs counselor's corner

  • The deadline to register for the December 11th ACT test is November the 5th.
  • State testing retakes will begin on November 29th for certain students who need to retake a state test to ensure graduation requirements are met.

junior high academic wing

Today we are bringing in Kona Ice and we will plan to continue that throughout the year. The plan this year is for Kona Ice is come in a total of four or five times to the High School. Students can earn free Kona Ice if they are given an "Above the Line" ticket from a staff member. "Above the Line" tickets are given out to students who do just that, go above the line and exceed expectations.

 

Our culture theme is the concept of Event + Response = Outcome. This concept was made popular when the company Focus3 began working with the Ohio State Football team. The idea is that events happen daily in our lives that are out of our control. Although we do not control events in our lives, we do get to control our response and that does have an impact on the type of outcome we will get. How you respond can be done in one of two ways, you can either make an above the line or below the line response. This is where our "Above the Line" tickets come from.

 

 

Five members of the junior high cross country team competed at the JH state meet. Marin Weibel finished 10th in the state and Duncan Mitchell finished with his all-time personal record time. Marin Weibel also finished 10th in the league as an individual. The boys team finished third in the SWBL as a team. Hunter Foss finished 6th in the league as an individual.

 

September Students of the Month:
7th grade
  • Allie Hannahan
  • Dawson Sears
  • Emma Gibson
  • Issac Johnson
  • Jacob Sizemore
  • Jillian Shell
  • Katie McAleer
  • Koltlynn Holler
  • Wyatt Burkett
8th grade
  • Anthony Valenti
  • Avey Stevens
  • Braiden Thompson
  • Cy Morris
  • Elly Tackett
  • Evan Philpot
  • Kyla Mclaughlin
  • Skylar Hamric
  • Viriyah Lee

 

October Students of the Month:
7th grade
  • Nicole Strike
  • Brody Hopkins
  • Bryant Morton
  • Carlee Shirley
  • James Wilhelm
  • Karly Stumpf
  • Lucy Shell
  • Melanie Landis
  • Naomi Metcalf
  • Xavior Izor
8th grade
  • Cheyanne Adkins
  • Draven Gierek
  • Dylan Coffman
  • Boaz Fleenor
  • Piper Blakely
  • Yolanda Ramirez
  • DJ Truax
  • Ceasar Berryman
  • Addy Abner

 

  • The 7th grade football team finished with a record of 5-3. The 8th grade team finished as SWBL Champions for the second year in a row. They were also undefeated in league play for the second straight year.

 

  • Mrs. Carmack and the Student Leadership Team made Red Ribbon Week awesome at VVJH! Red Ribbon Week is celebrated annually and is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention awareness program. Red Ribbon Week is a great opportunity for us to engage youth in dialogues about the importance of making positive life choices and avoiding the temptation to use drugs and alcohol. Students participated in Spartan Time activities on Monday, Wednesday and Friday that focused on the importance of positive life choices. Students also participated daily in “theme days” and “guess the college contests”.

 

  • The 7th grade volleyball team learned and progressed a ton throughout the season. It was awesome to see the progress each girl made. It is clear that this is a team loaded with potential! The 8th grade volleyball team persevered through injuries and COVID and continued to improve their game. Highlights included 6 victories on the season and triumphant sets against Bellbrook and Brookville.

junior high newsletter pictures

junior high counselor's corner

Students at the junior high will be participating in career exploration activities in Spartan time during the month of November. The culminating activity will be a career day on Friday, November 19th. Guest speakers will be coming to the junior high to share information about their careers with our students.

sparty's army

We would like to say thank you to all fall athletes, parents and supporters. We are proud of all fall participants and how they represent Valley View.

 

Winter sports have begun and games will begin at the end of the month.

Cross Country

Boys Soccer

Girls Basketball

cross country

Aiden Clendenin qualified for the OHSAA 2021 Regional Cross Country Meet. Congratulations again Aiden!

boys soccer

The boys soccer team became the SWBL champs on October 14th! Great job guys!

girls basketball

Claire Henson, senior at Valley View, has committed to play Division 1 basketball at Long Island University. Congrats Claire!

social-emotional supports

Suite 360

During the month of October, our junior high students started working on some social emotional learning lessons during advisory time. Suite 360 is an evidence and research backed program that directly ties to the 5 social emotional learning competencies. Below, you can click on the companion guide for each lesson to learn more and get resources to support your student(s). Students can log into Suite 360 at school or from home to work on lessons.

 

Grade 7

Mastering Long Term Projects

Prioritizing and Managing Time

Finding and Being a Good Friend

 

Grade 8

Motivation: What Gets Me Going

Planning and Prioritizing for School

It’s All in Good Fun, Or is it? The Truth About Abusive Relationships


 

Youth Leadership in Prevention Program Winners

 

Valley View High School has been awarded a $5,500 grant to support student-led prevention initiatives. Our high school student leadership team will be the group of students doing the work in this area. They will be getting free training on prevention strategies and mental health issues along with support on determining what types of prevention strategies are needed in our school and community. They will be able to learn about different opportunities and decide what we do at Valley View in the world of prevention and supporting mental health. These students have already started talking about the proposed budget and planning. We are very excited to see how these students will grow, and the impact that they will be able to have on others. Here is the article that was sent out by Schools of Excellence in Prevention.

upcoming events

11/2 - Remote day for students, students are expected to check google classroom but will not be required to login for a google meet for each class. Office hours for each teacher will be shared with the students.

11/5 - The end of the 1st quarter

11/11 - Veterans Day. We will have a guest speaker live from the HS but with hopes to also live stream for JH students.

11/19 - Career Day at the Junior High

11/22 and 11/23 - Remote days for students. We will follow the same setup as the remote day on 11/2.

11/24 - 11/28 - Thanksgiving Break

 


Celebrating Spartans Newsletter for October 2021

                        FFA Trips

Junior High Classrooms

Leave It Just as Nice as You Found It

FFA Trips

Recently our FFA members attended a Farm Science Review

Junior High Classrooms

Students in Mr. Soliman's science class building marshmallow towers

Leave it just as nice as you found it

Students of our student sections stick around after each game to clean up!

 

High School Academic Wing

We are off to a great start here at the High School! We recently had a successful Homecoming Parade and Dance. We would like to send a special congratulations to Maddix Cradlebaugh and Kate Berry for being this years king and queen(Pictured above). We hope all students enjoyed this year's homecoming dance and we thank each of you for attending.

We have also recently launched PowerHour and we continue to revise our plans to meet the needs/requests of students. Please ask your students about PowerHour and what clubs they are interested in attending as well as their thoughts about this concept.

We will host our first parent-teacher conference evening of the year on October 5th from 3pm to 6:15pm. You can sign up for a conference using the link after this section. We will also be hosting our 2nd conference night October 26th, 2021. Information and sign up for this will come out later this month.

High School Parent Teacher Conferences

Tuesday, October 5, 3:00 PM-6:15 PM

6027 Farmersville Pike, Germantown, OH

Conference Sign Ups

HS Counselor's Corner

October is a busy month here at the high school! We are giving the PSAT on October 13th to Sophomores and Juniors who signed up. The FAFSA opens up on October 1st and we are going to have a FAFSA workshop for students and families during Parent Teacher conferences on October 26th from 6:00 to 7:30. Counselor Keating will be visiting Senior English classes to discuss college applications, Common App, transcripts, Parchment, FAFSA, and other college goodies. She will also be meeting with Juniors during Government for their minute meetings. College Application day will also be in October. That date has not be set yet but we will let everyone know as soon as possible.

Junior High Academic Wing

Activities that took place at Valley View Junior High during September:

 

  • Student athletes participated in VVJH cross country, football, and volleyball competitions.
  • Map Testing was completed for English Language Arts (ELA) and math.
  • Meetings and fundraisers continued for the 8th Grade trip to Washington, D.C.
  • Say Something/Suicide Prevention Week took place including two days of student training and activities in Spartan Time.
  • Our first group of 8th Graders visited the Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC). (Two more groups will visit in October.)
  • Teachers participated in meetings for the Building Leadership Team (BLT), Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS), and Grade Level and Content Area Teacher Based Teams (TBT).

 

Activities that are upcoming at Valley View Junior High in October:

 

  • Two more groups of 8th Graders going to MVCTC on 10/8 and 10/22
  • We will host our first parent-teacher conference evening of the year on October 7th from 3pm to 6:15pm. You can sign up for a conference using the link after this section.
  • We will also be hosting our 2nd conference night October 28th, 2021. Information and sign up for this will come out later this month.

Junior High Parent Teacher Conferences

Thursday, October 7, 3:00 PM-6:15 PM

202 Jackson St, Farmersville, OH

Conference Sign-Ups

Junior High Counselor's Corner

The junior high will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week, a nationwide drug prevention and awareness week, October 25th - 29th. Students will be completing drug prevention lessons in Spartan Time, and there will be daily activities for students. More information to come!

 

The 8th grade class will be participating in their last two field trips to the Miami Valley Career Technology Center on October 8th and October 22nd. The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) is an option available to students in high school. Eighth grade students will spend half the day touring the campus, then the other half of the day in a computer lab completing career activities. If you would like more information about the MVCTC, you can check out their website at www.mvctc.com.

 

The 7th grade students will be participating in a program October 18 - 22 called "Stuck in the Middle." The program is presented by New Elizabeth Center. The following topics will be covered during the program:

* Friendship -- how to make friends and what it means to be a good friend

* Dating in Middle School -- what is dating, red flags

* Peer Pressure -- types of peer pressure, ways to avoid peer pressure

* Bullying -- what is bullying, what is a bystander, how to stop bullying

* Puberty & Leadership -- what is puberty, managing positive and negative emotions, what is a leader, setting goals

Permission slip will be coming home the week of October 11th.

 

Counseling groups for 7th graders will be starting in the next week or two. Students had an opportunity to sign up for groups this past week. If your child signed up for a group, permission slips will be coming home next week.

 

If you have any questions about the above programs, please reach out to Stephanie Carmack, VVJH Counselor

Sparty's Army

Varsity football is 3-3 as of 9/29/21 and with the remaining games on the schedule they still have the opportunity to win a conference title and qualify for the playoffs.

Volleyball is currently in second place in the conference and with a win over Eaton on Thursday 9/30 will be in a tie for first place.

Boys soccer sits atop the conference as of 9/29/21 and is playing lights out.

Girls soccer is currently in fourth place in the conference but with the remaining schedule they have a solid opportunity to move up the standings.

Cross Country has had a great season so far. The boys took first place in the Fairborn meet in late September and the girls team has competed very well all season.

Girls Tennis has enjoyed a very successful season. The team took 2nd place in the SWBL tennis tournament.

Girls golf has worked hard all season and showed improvement in their scoring each week. The ladies just finished up their season at sectionals on 9/27/21.

Boys golf has a number of beginner golfers who put in the time and effort all season. That work paid off as they improved their scores each week. The boys finished their season at the SWBL golf tournament on Monday 9/27/21

Winter sports are in the beginning stages. If your child is interested in participating in a winter sport, please see our Athletic Director (Mr. Marlatt) right away and he can direct you to the appropriate contact.

Cross Country

Volleyball

Girls Tennis

CROSS COUNTRY

 

VOLLEYBALL

 

GIRLS TENNIS

 

Social-Emotional Supports

There are 5 SEL core competencies: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. Research shows that teaching these competencies to students can improve behavior and academic success.

As the SEL coordinator for grades 7-12, I will help create, adapt, and execute SEL initiatives in the schools. I will be supporting staff, students, families, and the community by coordinating resources that meet the needs of students and work towards building a positive school climate. If you have any questions you can reach out to me at amanda.phillips@valleyview.k12.oh.us.

October SEL Resources

Home Visit Parent Flyer

Back to School: 5 Ways to Support Your Child

For more information about the research behind SEL and Ohio SEL standards click here: Why is Ohio Focused on Social Emotional Learning?

 

Upcoming Events

October 11th - No school for students

October 13th - PSAT will be given at the High School

October 22nd - Some 8th graders will visit the CTC

October 26th - High School Parent Teacher Conferences 3pm - 6:15pm, FAFSA Night in the Library 6:00pm - 7:30pm

October 28th - High School Parent Teacher Conferences

October 30th - High School Fall Show (The Crucible)

 


CELEBRATING SPARTANS Newsletter for September 

Welcome to the 2021-2022 School Year

We are excited to welcome everyone back for the 2021-2022 school year. Our staff have been hard at work during their two weeks preparing for the students return.

 

Our district is also now partnering with the Ohio School Safety Center to provide an anonymous tip line that can be used by parents and students. This link can be found on the website by first selecting your appropriate school in the district and then looking in the quick links on the right hand side of the page. You can utilize this to report anything suspicious or endangering to you, your friends, or your school.

High School Academic Wing

We will have some new faces this year at the high school.

Ken Moyer will be our Dean of Students at the high school. Ken is also our head football coach. Ken comes to us with 9 years experience teaching math at Oak Hills and Dayton Christian.

Andrew Marlatt is the new Athletic Director. Andrew was a teacher for 23 years in the Cincinnati area before he moved on to coach football at the collegiate level.

Marcey Hutchison will be joining us from the junior high and teaching art. This will be Marcey's 13th year as a teacher in our school district.

Danyel Bowman is another staff who will be joining the high school but was at the junior high most recently. This will be her 12th year in education and 6th year in the district. She will be teaching math and is also our head volleyball coach.

Adonis Lemke will be teaching English as well as leading the Drama department. Adonis is familiar with Valley View as he is a recent graduate but now will be rejoining the classroom as a teacher.

Meghan Boehmer will be teaching science this year at the high school. Meghan worked for 8 years as a Production Scientist and is now entering her first year as a teacher.

HS Counselors Corner

REMINDER: Students have FIVE days after the start of the school year to change their schedule.

PSAT will be Wednesday October 13th. Tenth and Eleventh grade students interested in taking the test should contact their counselor before September 14th. The cost to take the exam is $16.

Students interested in taking the October 23rd ACT will need to register by September 17th. Registration can be done online at www.act.org.

Junior High Academic Wing

There will also be a few new faces this year at the Junior High.

Andy Berry will be the new Dean of Students at the Junior High. This will be his 26th year in the district. He has served as a high school science teacher, tennis coach and high school dean of students previous to his new role.

Kendall Grunkemeyer will be moving over from the High School and she will be teaching 8th grade math. This is Kendall's second year as a teacher. Last year she served as a math teacher at the high school.

Edward Soliman is new to the district this year and he will be teaching 8th grade science. Edward is a first year teacher but has previous job experience in pharmaceuticals and medicine.

JH Counselors Corner

Each year, our 8th grade students attend a field trip to the Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC). The MVCTC is an option available to students their junior and senior year of high school. On the trip, students will have the opportunity to tour the MVCTC campus and complete hands-on career activities in their career exploration lab. This year's field trips are scheduled for 9/24, 10/8 and 10/22. I will be visiting classrooms and sharing more information about this field trip during the first two weeks of school. If you would like more information on the MVCTC, you can check out their website at www.mvctc.com.

The week of September 20 - 24 is "Say Something Week/Suicide Prevention Week" at the junior high. During this week, we will use the "Say Something" program to teach our students to recognize the warning signs of someone at risk of hurting themselves or others and how to say something to a trusted adult to get help. To learn more about the Say Something program, you can check out www.sandyhookpromise.org.

To find out what is happening in the VVJH Counseling department, be sure to check out the following:

- Instagram at VVCounselingnews

- Twitter @VVJHCounseling

- on the Valley View school website. Go to the junior high page and check out the counseling tab

 

Starting junior high can be a difficult and stressful transition. Here are some tips to help make the transition a good one!

#1: SLEEP WELL -- teens should be getting 8 - 10 hours of sleep per night in order for their brain and body to function well.

#2: EAT RIGHT -- healthy balanced meals give your body and mind energy to work well throughout the day.

#3: DO YOUR HOMEWORK -- making it a habit to do your homework each night will help you practice skills and be ready for tests and quizzes. It also shows your teacher that you care!

#4: PAY ATTENTION IN CLASS -- focusing and paying attention in class is one of the best ways to get ahead in junior high. Since you will be switching around to 7 different classes, it's

important to follow along and pay attention every minute that you can.

#5: GET INVOLVED -- research shows that school involvement can be a big determining factor in your success. Students who are involved in after school activities, sports and clubs

are more likely to do well inside and outside of school.

#6: THINK POSITIVE -- things will be tough and overwhelming at times. It's important to stay positive and know that YOU CAN do whatever you put your mind to!

#7: ASK FOR HELP -- whether it's academic, social or emotional, there are adults at the school ready and willing to help. Ask for help when you need it!

#8: STAY ORGANIZED -- write down your homework in a consistent place each day. Clean out your folders and backpack weekly.

#9: SET GOALS -- set a goal you want to attain by the end of the nine weeks. Make a plan to get there and stick with it!

#10: TAKE RISKS -- junior high is the time when you start to grow and figure out who you are in this world. Take risks and try new activities. It will pay off in the end!

 

If you need anything, please reach out to me anytime at stephanie.carmack@valleyview.k12.oh.us

Sparty's Army

Cross Country team trained hard all summer and as a result got off to a GREAT start. They ran extremely well at the OHSAA pre-season meet. Boys team took 1st place in their division and the girls team took 2nd place in their division.

Girls Tennis is off to a hot start. The varsity blue team defended their championship at the Schroeder Tennis Invitational and are currently 6-1. The varsity white tennis team is 3-3 and the JV team is now 2-3. All the girls continue to work hard and develop their skills.

Boys and Girls golf teams both continue to improve and as a result shoot better scores each time out. The coaches are working with several golfers that are brand new to the sport and have done a great job helping them develop their games.

Boys soccer is doing very well. They lost a hard fought match to Milton-Union on Tuesday and defeated TVS last night. More importantly, I have received emails from the opposing coach in their first match and from the referee from the second match on their outstanding sportsmanship. Credit to the coaching staff and the student-athletes for playing hard, hustling and competing while also being great sportsmen. The boys travel to Oakwood Tuesday and host Carlisle on Thursday of this week.

Girls Soccer is working hard and has three big matches next week. (Miamisburg, Oakwood, Carlisle) They had a "teachable moment" in their JV game vs. Fairmont this week. The JV goalie, who is new to soccer, made an aggressive play on the ball but unfortunately received a red card. Coach Black and her staff handled it appropriately and will utilize this incident to help the individual as well as the team grow. The girls host Miamisburg on Monday, Oakwood on Tuesday and then travel to Carlisle for a Thursday match.

Volleyball: The volleyball teams are off to a good start. Varsity defeated Madison Wednesday 3-0 in their first regular season match. That evening I received a phone call from the Madison Athletic Director praising our team's sportsmanship, competitiveness and positive attitude. Varsity and JV both competed in multi-team tournaments this past weekend at Miamisburg and Beavercreek. JV/Varsity host Oakwood Tuesday 8/31/ and travel to Monroe on Thursday 9/2/21. JH volleyball hosts Talawanda Monday and Franklin this Tuesday, and then travels to Waynesville on Thursday 9/2/21.

Marching Band: outstanding performance at the first two football games.

Cheerleaders: The varsity football cheer squad did an AMAZING job energizing our fans at the varsity football games at Shawnee and Milton Union.

Football: The varsity football team got off to a great start with a win at Springfield Shawnee. They lost a hard fought battle to Milton-Union last Friday. Home opener this Friday vs. Ross. . The JV team lost their first two games but look to rebound @ Ross on Saturday 9/4/21. . JH football played very well in their scrimmage vs. Edgewood and hosts Waynesville Wednesday. (7th grade only)

Upcoming Important Dates

September 7th - First day for all 7th graders, 9th graders, and anyone who is new to the school district.

September 8th- All students in session

September 10th- High School picture day

September 14th- Jostens will be meeting with Seniors and Sophomores. They will meet with Seniors at 7:40 and Sophomores at 8:20. We will hold a bus for senior students who attend CTC.

September 23rd- Junior High picture day, Homecoming Parade

September 24th- 8th grade field trip to CTC

September 25th- Homecoming dance

September 28th- Students can drop off Jostens orders beginning at 2:30

September 29th- CTC will send their student ambassadors to visit current Sophomores

September 30th- Jostens Graduation and Ring Orders