Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Wednesday, May 8th, 2019
Attention sophomores who are signed up for Ms. Alfonsi’s AP English Language and Comp class for next year: we will meet on Thursday, May 9 (that’s tomorrow) during tutorial in the Performing Arts Center to go over summer work expectations. Please see Ms. Alfonsi in room 315 if you have a conflict.
A few announcements from the front office!
Seniors, you must turn in your Chromebook before graduation! You can hand it in this week to the Media Center or on Monday the 13th in the PAC. YOU MUST RETURN YOUR CHROMEBOOK BY THE 13th!
Senior exam schedule is: Wednesday the 15th: 1st, 5th, 7th. Thursday the 16th: 2nd, 4th. Friday the 17th: 3rd, 6th.
Underclassmen: if you have a drivers license and want a parking spot next year please see Mrs. Stivers in the front office. To get a spot you must pay all your school fees, fill out a form, show your license and registration, and pay $50.
Any girl interested in playing tennis next fall there will be a brief meeting in room 310 right after school on Tues May 13th. See Mr. Thomas with any questions.
Seniors a few things to know for graduation!
-All student fees must be paid by May 22nd. If fees aren’t paid students can’t walk in graduation or receive a diploma.
-May 23rd, 11a-1p, graduation rehearsal at Millett Hall, if you do not attend rehearsal in its entirety you will not be permitted to participate in commencement.
-May 23rd, 7p, Graduation Ceremony! Doors open to the public at 5:30. Graduates should arrive no later than 6p and report directly to the East Concourse.
All students taking English 3 Honors with Ms. Webb next year: You must come to room 318 for Tutorial either Tuesday, May 14 or Thursday, May 16. Ms Webb will tell you all you need to know for your summer reading assignment. No pass will be necessary; an email will notify teachers after you attend the session.
Lists are now posted outside the guidance office of those students who are invited to the departmental awards this week. It will be held on Friday, May 10. Seniors will be recognized 2nd period and underclassmen will be recognized 6th period.
Congratulations to our State Proficiency Finalist. Colleen Minges placed 4th with her Agricultural Education Proficiency and Talawanda graduate Eric Glaab placed 4th with his Forage Production Proficiency. Many hours of record keeping go into these applications and work and we are proud of Colleen & Eric’s success with both SAE’s.
Congratulations to Justin Beckner who was a Top 8 Agriscience Fair Finalist in the area of Plant Systems, Division 5 for his work documenting the growth patterns of tomato plants in an aquaponic grow system.
Gold Treasurer Rating – Rachel Tussey
Gold Reporter Rating – Colleen Minges
Gold Secretary Rating – Lexi Durbin
And now Mrs. Aerni wants to talk to the student body
And now for whats the T and Patty G
The St. Louis Blues have moved on after a double overtime victory over Dallas last night, and in the NBA Playoffs the Nuggets took a 3-2 lead in their series and the Raptors did the same.
The Baseball team played Monday and Tuesday this week, on Monday they went to Franklin and defeated them 9-1, Mason Hansford and Freshman Parker Geshan shared the mound with a scattered 5 hits and Brecken Hornsby had three hits with a double and triple on the day. Yesterday they played Ross losing 3-1 despite great pitching by Sam Steiby and Luke Saurber. The team continues tonight against Northwest at home at 5:00
Congratulations to the track and field team last night at the SWOC Championship. The boys earned 3rd and had outstanding performances across all events. David Kraushar was named male runner of the year. The girls dominated and not only captured the title, but one ever single open race except one. Congratulations to Megan Minnellie for a new meet record in the pole vault, Hannah Lippincott for setting a new meet record in the 1600, and Maddy Iden who broke her own meet record in the 3200. And overall Kyra Koontz was named female runner of the year, winning all 4 events she was in and breaking her own school record in the 100m dash. What an outstanding night. Next week is the district meet and hopefully the path to State for many of our runners, jumpers, and throwers.
Home games for today: Boys Varsity Baseball hosts Northwest at 5, and we wish luck to the Tennis teams who are beginning their run in the State Tournament today. Action began at 8 this morning.
And that’s our broadcast on this Tuesday. I’m still not Patrick Geshan. Thanks so much for watching, and we’ll see you tomorrow.