Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Friday, April 16th, 2021.
Next week is EOC week at Talawanda High School. Make sure you communicate with your teacher so you know your responsibilities for the day. Only the students who are taking the test are required to report, but all other students will have Asynchronous work to complete. Each teacher will have different requirements for attendance, but everyone will have work to do over the course of the week. Communicate with your teachers if you have any questions. Monday is English, Tuesday is History, Thursday is Math, and Friday is Science. Best of luck on the state tests next week!
Setting Stone is hosting its first, in-person Coffee House of the year on Friday, May 7th, and we are looking for performers! If you would like perform, you can sign up this week outside of Mr. Aerni’s room (320), or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and type of performance you would like to do! Due to certain restrictions, this Coffee House will be much different than in years past–so spots are limited. Sign up today!
Talawanda will be participating in Ohio Military Family Spirit Week this week. Today is RED day – Remember Everyone Deployed. Talawanda is a Purple Star School and is proud to participate in this Spirit Week.
The 2021 Prom will be May 1st from 7:00-11:00 pm here at THS. Tickets are $20 and purchasing information will be sent to you via email. All current Juniors and Seniors, as well as the class of 2020, are invited to attend the prom. Seniors– please check with your English teacher for a link regarding prom attendance and prom queen and king! If you want to be on the king/queen ballot, you MUST use the link provided by your English teacher. The prom theme is “City of Stars” and we are hoping for good weather, a beautiful sunset, and a memorable evening. Please dress accordingly for the elements and a concrete dance floor. Our broadcast team asked some questions and got some answers about this event….(video about PROM)
The list of seniors who have qualified to graduate with honors is now posted outside the guidance office. If you feel that you have met those requirements but are not on the lists please see your counselor as soon as possible.
Happy birthday today to Malachi Swem
Now for the student of the week followed by sports with Luke West Poley
Shoutout to Zachary Goetz and OJ for being a couple of absolute beauticians with birthdays tomorrow.
It was a big night for the baseball bros last night Mason Ball and Evan “Cheese” “the fire hose” Kennel and Mason Birkemeier gave up just 4 hits total in a 3-2 win over Moeller, the team improves to 7-3 on the season with the final game of a back to back homestand tonight versus Ross.
The boys tennis team swept Northwest last night 5-0 they improve to 5-2 on the year and stay undefeated at 3-0 in the conference.
The JV tennis team registered their first win of the season last night over the Northwest Knights by a score of 3-2. Wins were posted by Charles Murray @ 1st singles, Bodhi Ney @ 3rd singles, and Bryce James/Aidan Bruder @ 1st doubles.
Select members of the track team also competed at the Harrison reserve invite last night, the girls came away with a third place finish and the boys were 7th of the 14 teams competing, tonight the varsity runners will compete at the Greg Zueleger Harrison invite.
Home games for this weekend: the baseball and softball teams will both host the Ross Rams tonight at 5.
That’s our broadcast today, I’m Luke West Poley, meet anyone from my city, they gon say that we cousins, thanks so much for watching, good luck to everyone taking EOCs, and we’ll see you next Monday.