Friday, April 12th, 2024

 

4.12.24 | FRIDAY

**INTRO**
SIENNA: Recording live from the THS Newsroom in Oxford, Ohio, this is THS daily news.
ALEXA: Today is FRIDAY, APRIL 12th. I’m ALEXA
SIENNA: and I’m SIENNA. Here’s what’s happening around THS:
ALEXA: To start off with, today there is an all-day Mock Trial Moot Court Competition at the Supreme Court of Ohio
SIENNA: Tomorrow at 10:30 AM there will be a Best Buddies friendship walk at Marcum Park.
ALEXA:  Another thing coming up soon is The Spring Setting Stone Coffee House, which will be held on Friday, May 3rd. Anyone interested in performing should sign up outside of Mr. Aerni’s room, 320, starting on Monday!
SIENNA: Also, The 2024 Prom is coming up. It’ll be on May 11th from 7 to 11 PM. It’ll be at the Spooky Nook Conference Center Hamilton Ballroom. Prom tickets are $65, which includes DANCE, DINNER, and AFTER PROM.
ALEXA:  That’s right Sienna, prom tickets are now on sale! So Juniors and Seniors, check your email for the QR code.  The waiver you need for the afterprom is available in the main office and if you are bringing a guest from another school, they will need this waiver, along with their guest form.
SIENNA: This year’s theme is The Eras Prom.
ALEXA: Coming up very soon, is some important testing!
SIENNA: That’s right! EOC testing will begin next week. So students prepare as much as you can.
ALEXA: ELA testing will be on April 16th and 17th
SIENNA: Math will be on April 23rd and 24th
ALEXA: Science will be on April 30th
SIENNA: And lastly, Social Studies will be on May 1st.
SIENNA: Now here’s Evan and Guoiliono interviewing Mrs. Hess about EOC testing.
*NEWS* **Mrs. Hess discussing the specifics of EoC Testing**
ALEXA: And that’s it for news today, so let’s sprint over to Addi for her splits on sports:
SPORTS INTRO: **
ADDI: Both baseball and tennis were canceled last night due to the weather. So we have no updates from yesterday

As for tonight our athletes are hoping the weather clears up as softball is scheduled to take on Tri-county north right here at home at 5pm

Tennis will be hosting Taylor for a makeup game at 430

And finally track will be heading over to Harrison for the Harrison Invitational

We also have some games scheduled as we head into the weekend

On Saturday, softball will have a double header away at eaton. Those games will be at 11 and 1

And finally baseball will be facing off against Oak hills at 12pm. Varsity will be away at Oak hills while JV is at home.

That’s all we got for sports today. Now here’s Dom getting some student thoughts on the upcoming EoCs:

**CONTENT** **Dom Interviewing Students about EoCs**
ALEXA: And, that’s all we have for you today  Talawanda. I’m ALEXA,
SIENNA: …and I’m SIENNA. Have a great weekend, THS.
**OUTRO**

 

Thursday, April 11th, 2024

 

 

 

4.11.24 | THURSDAY

**INTRO**
SIENNA: Recording live from the THS Newsroom in Oxford, Ohio, this is THS daily news.
ALEXA: Today is THURSDAY, APRIL 11th. I’m ALEXA
SIENNA: and I’m SIENNA. Here’s what’s happening around THS:
ALEXA: Today, the Robotics Club will be meeting after school from 3-4 in room 412.
SIENNA: Another meeting happening today,  Moot Court will meet from 4:30 to 7:30 PM in room 315
ALEXA:  Tribune will also be meeting today from 7:30-8:15 in room 315.
SIENNA: Tomorrow the Mock Trial-All Day Moot Court Competition will take place at The Supreme Court of Ohio.
ALEXA:  There will be a Best Buddies meeting during tutorial tomorrow  in the cafeteria. There will also be a Friendship Walk at Marcum Park, starting at 10:30am.
SIENNA: Finally for this week, Bible Study will meet this Friday during tutorial.
SIENNA: Also, next Monday there will be a PickleBall Tournament at 4 PM.
ALEXA:: Hey Sienna, you still have your eclipse glasses from Monday’s total eclipse right?
SIENNA: Yes I do.
ALEXA: Well, I do too, and luckily THS, along with Moon-Co-Op, is collecting the glasses to be recycled and sent to South America for their eclipse on October 2nd.
SIENNA: You can turn in glasses to the box in the main office or the box outside Room 316!
ALEXA: There’s also some really important testing coming up.
SIENNA: That’s right! EOC testing is right around the corner!
ALEXA: ELA testing will be on April 16th and 17th
SIENNA: Math will be on April 23rd and 24th
ALEXA: Science will be on April 30th
SIENNA: And lastly, Social Studies will be on May 1st
ALEXA: Switching gears a little, Prom tickets are now on sale! Juniors and Seniors check your email for the QR code.
SIENNA: That’s right. And, the waiver students need  or the afterprom is available in the main office
ALEXA: If you are planning on going to prom, get your tickets today.
SIENNA: Oh–and, leading up to prom, Student Government is putting on Friday Fit Days every Friday. This Friday’s theme is inside out day.
ALEXA: Hey Sienna, do you like animals?
SIENNA: YES Lex I absolutely do! Goats happen to be my favorite.
ALEXA: I personally love the fluffy cows! And I just know you’re gonna love this live look into AG Day.
*NEWS* **Footage of Cale feeding Goats at AG Day**
SIENNA: And that’s it for news today, so let’s topspin over to Addi for her baseline on sports:
SPORTS INTRO: **
ADDI: Starting with last night’s games and matches, boys tennis was scheduled to face off against Princeton but that match was ultimately canceled due to the rain. \

Baseball was also scheduled to play last night in a conference match against Northwest, but that game was also canceled due to weather.

But despite the weather, softball was still able to play their double header against Northwest overcoming them 10-0 both games. Great work ladies wait to clutch that conference win.

Assuming the weather holds off, here’s what we have scheduled for tonight.

Tennis will be right here at home tonight taking on Badin at 4:30

Baseball will be facing off against Monroe. Varsity will be at home while JV is away. Both games will begin at 5

Finally there will be a JV track invitational at harrison tonight

Good luck to all of our athletes playing tonight, fingers crossed the weather does not get in the way. That’s all for sports, now here’s Cale interviewing some seniors about life after high school.

**CONTENT** **Cale interviewing Seniors about plans after High School**
ALEXA: And, that’s all we have for you today  Talawanda. I’m ALEXA,
SIENNA: …and I’m SIENNA. We’ll see you tomorrow. Have a great day THS!
**OUTRO**

 

Wednesday, April 10th, 2024

 

 

4.10.24 | WEDNESDAY

**INTRO**
SIENNA: Recording live from the THS Newsroom in Oxford, Ohio, this is THS daily news.
ALEXA: Today is WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10th. I’m ALEXA
SIENNA: and I’m SIENNA. Here’s what’s happening around THS:
ALEXA: Diversity Club needs your help on April 12th to commemorate the struggles and triumphs of the LGBTQ+ community.
SIENNA: The Diversity club is asking for a “Day of Silence” on April 12th in solidarity with other national groups of GLSEN(Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network)
ALEXA:  The mission of G.L.S.E.N “is to ensure that every member of every school community is valued and respected regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity and/or gender expression.”
SIENNA: Start your day off by getting a sticker as you enter the building on the 12th to show that you are participating in The Day of Silence.
ALEXA:  You can help by remaining silent on the 12th, writing letters to the school/government officials explaining what it is like to be in the LGBTQ+ Community or an ally.
SIENNA: You can always wear pride related fashion or you could even draw pictures representing your pride.
ALEXA:  On Friday, April 12th there will be a silent sit-in meeting in the academic rotunda.
SIENNA: Join Diversity Club and members of the LGBTQ+ community as well as those that support them, to help the THS community become more inclusive and accepting!
ALEXA: Hey Sienna, do you still have your eclipse glasses from Monday’s total eclipse?
SIENNA: Yes I do.
ALEXA: Well, THS, along with Moon-Co-Op, is collecting the glasses to be recycled and sent to South America for their eclipse on October 2nd. You can turn in glasses to the box in the main office or the box outside Room 316!
SIENNA: Also, note to all chess members, there will be no chess club this week.
ALEXA: Hey Sienna, isn’t some important testing coming up?
SIENNA: That’s right! EOC testing is right around the corner!
ALEXA: ELA testing will be on April 16th and 17th
SIENNA: Math will be on April 23rd and 24th
ALEXA: Science will be on April 30th
SIENNA: And finally, Social Studies will be on May 1st
ALEXA: Tomorrow Robotics Club will be meeting from 3-4 in room 412, and Tribune will be meeting from 7:30-8:15 in room 315
SIENNA: Also, Moot Court will be meeting tomorrow in room 315 from 4:30 to 7:30 PM
ALEXA: Best Buddies will be meeting on Friday during a tutorial in the cafeteria. There will also be a Best Buddies friendship walk Saturday, April 13th at Marcum Park. It will start at 10:30am.
SIENNA: Lastly, this friday Mock Trial-All Day Moot Court Competition will take place at the Supreme Court of Ohio
ALEXA: And that’s it for news today, so let’s pitch it over to Addi to get her swing on sports:
SPORTS INTRO: **
ADDI: Alright we have a lot to talk about from last night so we are gonna get right into it.

Starting with softball, they took on Harrison last night in a key conference match. A very close game, the girls were able to pull out the 12-11 win in an extra inning. That final score was made possible in that last inning by Bailey Sawyers and Quinn Frieden who both got on base to be driven in with a hit by Kaylee Griffin. Here is a video of Friedens game winning run provided to us by Coach Davie. **cut to softball video** Both Sawyers and Frieden were named co-players of the game for their contributions. Great work ladies, wait to clutch that win.

As for baseball, they also found themselves in a conference matchup against Harrison last night. A very close score throughout the entire game as both teams were tied with one run each up until the extra eighth inning where Talawanda gave up 8 runs to the Wildcats. That game ended in a 9-1 loss for the brave.

On a lighter note, Boy’s tennis beat Northwest, a conference opponent, by a score of 4-1. Their overall record improves to 2-0!  Wins were posted by Milo Flaspohler, Ari DelVecchio, Ryan Hohn, Connor Pulaski, and Andy Page.

Finally our track team hit the road to the Eaton Relays Meet. Both the girls and boys teams took second place. A couple of our athletes took home first place. These events were the Boys distance medley consisting of Jesse Troy, Victor Li, Bryson Fears, and Jonah femiani. The Boys 4×1 relay consisting of Jason Frank, Ben Brown, Jake Barkhuzien and Colin Obrien. The Pole vault duo of Olivia Andrews and Maggie Staton. The Girls Distance Medley of Clara Cradduck, Adriana Luking, Ellery Duvall, and Lucia Rodbro. And finally The girls 4×4 relay of Madi Abney, Adriana Luking, Lucia Robro, and Ava Thacker.

That’s all from last night now let’s talk about what we have going on tonight.

Boys tennis will be on the road to Princeton, that match will be at 4:30

Softball will be taking on a double header against northwest. Those games will be at 4:30 and 6

And finally baseball will also be away at northwest, their game is to begin at 5.

That’s all I got for sports. Now heres some very special content where some of our news crew bobs for jelly beans in baked beans

**CONTENT** **Jelly Bean Bobbing in Baked Beans**
ALEXA: Well Sienna, wasn’t that fun?
SIENNA:  Yes Lex, very interesting too.
ALEXA: And, that’s all we have for you today  Talawanda. I’m ALEXA,
SIENNA: …and I’m SIENNA. We’ll see you tomorrow, THS. Have a great day!
**OUTRO**

 

Tuesday, April 9th, 2024

 

 

 

4.9.24 | TUESDAY

**INTRO**
SIENNA: Recording live from the THS Newsroom in Oxford, Ohio, this is THS daily news.
ALEXA: Today is TUESDAY, APRIL 9th. I’m ALEXA
SIENNA: and I’m SIENNA. Here’s what’s happening around THS:
ALEXA: Diversity Club needs your help on April 12th to commemorate the struggles and triumphs of the LGBTQ+ community.
SIENNA: The Diversity club is calling for a “Day of Silence” on April 12th in solidarity with other national groups of GLSEN(Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network)
ALEXA:  The mission of G.L.S.E.N “is to ensure that every member of every school community is valued and respected regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity and/or gender expression.”
SIENNA: Start your day off by getting a sticker as you enter the building on the 12th to show that you are participating in The Day of Silence.
ALEXA:  You can help by remaining silent on the 12th, writing letters to the school/government officials explaining what it is like to be in the LGBTQ+ Community or an ally.
SIENNA: You can wear pride related fashion or even draw pictures representing your pride.
ALEXA:  There will also be a silent sit-in meeting in the academic rotunda after school on the 12th.
SIENNA: Join Diversity Club and members of the LGBTQ+ community as well as those that support them, to help the THS community become more inclusive and accepting!
ALEXA: Hey Sienna, do you still have your eclipse glasses from Monday’s total eclipse?
SIENNA: Yes Lex,  I do.
ALEXA: Well, THS, along with Moon-Co-Op, is collecting the glasses to be recycled and sent to South America for their eclipse on October 2nd. You can turn in glasses to the box in the main office or the box outside Room 316!
SIENNA: Thank you for that information. Also all chess members, there will be no chess club this week.
ALEXA: Another fun announcement is that Eddie Tanner (who is firefighting), Jacob Butler (who is Welding), and Anna Claire (doing First Aid), are competing at SkillsUSA Ohio today in Columbus. There might also be other THS and/or Butler Tech students, but I know of these three for sure!
SIENNA: EOC testing is right around the corner!
ALEXA: ELA testing will be on April 16th and 17th
SIENNA: Math will be on April 23rd and 24th
ALEXA: Science will be on April 30th
SIENNA: And finally, Social Studies will be on May 1st
ALEXA: All right. In other news–the NHS volleyball tournament is coming up soon.
SIENNA: Yes, it is. Here with more information on this is THS Daily News Correspondent Cale:
**NEWS** **NHS Volleyball Tournament Info w/ Cale**
SIENNA: That is going to be fun.
ALEXA: Be sure to get your team signed up at lunch today!
SIENNA: That’s all the news and announcements for the day, so, let’s vault it over to Addi with sports.
SPORTS INTRO: **
ADDI: Welcome back Talawanda. We have some games and matches to talk about from the long weekend so let’s get right into that.

On friday, baseball took on Mt. Healthy overcoming them 25-0, AJ Hainline pitching a no hitter.

Boys tennis had their first match of the season against lebanon, beating them 4-1. Wins were posted by Milo Flaspohler, Ryan Hohn, Connor Pulaski, Andy Page, Julian Danoff, and Davis Thomas.

Finally, Softball took on ursuline, overcoming them 10-0. Kylie Cobb pitching a no hitter along with some impressive hits from the whole team.

As for Saturday, softball had a double header recording two more wins on the season. Starting the day with St. Ursula, beating them 16-6, then moving on to Lakota East overcoming them 7-3. Sounds like a great weekend for our softball players

Baseball took on Lakota West falling to them 11-2. They hope to redeem themselves tonight as they take on Harrison in an important conference matchup. Varsity will be right here at home while JV will be away at Harrison, both games are to begin at 5.

Sounds like a rough night for the wildcats as our softball team will also be taking on Harrison here at THS. That game will be at 5 as well.

Tennis will also take on a conference matchup tonight as they hit the road heading over to Northwest their match will be at 4:30.

Finally our track team will be heading over to Eaton for the Eaton relays meet. Both field and running events will begin to take place at 4:30.

That’s all for sports, good luck to every one of our spring athletes tonight. Now here is Connor and dean with some do’s and don’ts of classroom behavior.

**CONTENT** **Dos and Don’ts of Classroom Behavior**
ALEXA: And, that’s all we have for you today  Talawanda. I’m ALEXA,
SIENNA: …and I’m SIENNA. We’ll see you tomorrow, THS. Have a great day!
**OUTRO**

 

Friday, April 6th, 2024

 

 

4.5.24 | FRIDAY

**INTRO**
WILL: Recording live from the THS Newsroom in Oxford, Ohio, this is THS daily news.
DOM: Today is FRIDAY, APRIL 5th. I’m DOM
WILL: and I’m WILL. Here’s what’s happening around THS:
DOM: The 2024 PROM is just 7 weeks away!
WILL: The Prom will be hosted in the Hamilton Ballroom of the Spooky Nook Conference Center, Hamilton, Ohio. The event is 7:00-11:00pm, followed by the classic Afterprom located in Miami’s REC Center here in Oxford.
DOM:  The prom ticket price will include: Dinner, Dance, and Afterprom! Stay tuned for more information coming soon!
WILL: Today is Character Day!
DOM:  Thats right Will! What are you dressed up as?
WILL: A senior with a case of senioritis. What about you?
DOM:  I told you! I’m a high school junior from south western ohio.
WILL: That’s right… Is there any other news?
DOM: Yes there is! EOC testing is right around the corner!
WILL: ELA testing will be on April 16th and 17th
DOM: Math will be on April 23rd and 24th
WILL: Science will be on April 30th
DOM: And finally, Social Studies will be on May 1st
WILL: As you all know, Monday is a big day.
DOM: That’s right, Dom. Oxford is in the path of totality for Monday’s eclipse!
WILL: I’m sure many of you will be outside to check it out. Here with some information on how to view this once-in-a-lifetime event is science teacher, Ms. Schrann and astronomy student, Crow:
**NEWS** **video on eclipse safety**
DOM: Thanks so much for that information. Hey, WILL, are you excited for the eclipse?
WILL: Yeah, DOM, I’m really looking forward to it.
DOM: Me, too.

All right, let’s switch gears a little bit and check in with Addi to give us a rundown on sports.

SPORTS INTRO: **
ADDI: Last night most of our scheduled sports were canceled as our athletes continue to battle with the weather. Both softball and baseball were canceled due to field conditions and tennis was also canceled due to the continued rain

But the track team was still able to run in the Ross Quad finishing with some impressive scores all around., taking home numerous placings and PR’s. The girls team got first place in the meet, overcoming Ross by one point while the Boys team took second place.

As for tonight, our athletes are really hoping the weather holds off after their week-long unexpected break.

Softball will be taking on Ursuline right here at home, that game is to begin at 5

Baseball will also be at home as they have rescheduled their game from Wednesday for tonight. They will be facing off against Mt. Healthy at 5pm

Tennis is also scheduled to play tonight at home vs. Lebanon their match is at 4:30

Before we head off into the weekend we also got some stuff going on Saturday as the baseball team will be taking on Lakota West. Varsity will be at home while JV is away both games will be at noon.

That’s all I got for sports, good luck to all our athletes tonight and this weekend. Next up here is a promo video for the upcoming NHS Volleyball Tournament.

**CONTENT** **Promo Video for NHS Volleyball Tournament**
DOM: And, that’s all we have for you today, Talawanda. I’m DOM,
WILL: …and I’m WILL. We’ll see you tomorrow, THS. Have a great day!
**OUTRO**

 

Thursday, April 4th, 2024

 

4.4.24 | THURSDAY

**INTRO**
WILL: Recording live from the THS Newsroom in Oxford, Ohio, this is THS daily news.
DOM: Today is THURSDAY, APRIL 4th. I’m DOM
WILL: and I’m WILL. Here’s what’s happening around THS:
DOM: Tomorrow is Friday Fit Fun Day!
WILL: That’s right! Tomorrow’s theme is Character Day. So dress up as your favorite character (as long as it’s school appropriate).+
DOM:  Hey Will, are you dressing up tomorrow?
WILL: I have absolutely no idea what I’d dress up as.
DOM:  Your favorite character of course!
WILL: It’s not particularly school appropriate…
DOM:  What is it?
WILL: **Will leans over to Dom and whispers in his ear**
DOM: Yeah probably don’t wear that…
WILL: What will you be dressing up as?
DOM: I’m thinking a high school junior from south western ohio
WILL: That actually sounds perfect. In other news, robotics club will meet today after school until 4:00 in room 412
DOM: Seniors! The deadline to submit senior pictures has passed. If you still haven’t submitted you senior pictures please email Mr. Zimmerman (zimmermana@talawanda.org) ASAP
WILL: Along with your pictures, don’t forget to order your graduation stoles by April 19th. Contact Ms. Klovekorn for more details.
DOM: EOC testing is right around the corner!
WILL: ELA testing will be on April 16th and 17th
DOM: Math will be on April 23rd and 24th
WILL: Science will be on April 30th
DOM: And finally, Social Studies will be on May 1st
WILL: Switching gears a little, most students have likely heard of Setting Stone’s Coffee House event. But, many probably don’t know that Setting Stone’s main focus is on creating a literary-art magazine and website.
DOM: That’s right, Will. Here with more on this are Setting Stone editors Rory and Sadie:
**NEWS** **Setting Stone’s Rory and Sadie discussing the new magazine**
WILL: I’m really looking forward to seeing the finished magazine.
DOM: Yeah, me, too.

Switching to sports now, there’s a lot going on with Spring sports.

WILL: There sure is. So, let’s vault it over to Addi with sports.
SPORTS INTRO: **
ADDI: Weather didn’t quite clear up yesterday so both tennis and baseball were canceled.

Our athletes hope to be back in action tonight so lets talk about what we got lined up for the evening

Our track team will be hitting the road, heading over to Ross for the Ross quad where they will face off against Ross, Oak Hills, and Harrison. field events are set to start at 4:15 and running will begin at 4:45

Tennis will hopefully get to play their first match of the season Away vs. Monroe that match is to begin at 4pm

The baseball teams will be hitting the fields tonight taking on the Trailblazers, Varsity will be at home while JV is away. Both games will start at 5

Finally, Softball will be taking on Lakota West right here at home also 5pm

Good luck to all of our spring athletes tonight, hopefully the weather holds off. That’s all I got for sports, now heres a senioritis documentary from your favorite content creators, Evan and Guiliano.

**CONTENT** **Evan and Giuliano Senioritis Documentry**
DOM: And, that’s all we have for you today  Talawanda. I’m DOM,
WILL: …and I’m WILL. We’ll see you tomorrow, THS. Have a great day!
**OUTRO**

 

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2024

 

 

4.3.24 | WEDNESDAY

**INTRO**
WILL: Recording live from the THS Newsroom in Oxford, Ohio, this is THS daily news.
DOM: Today is WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3rd. I’m DOM
WILL: and I’m WILL. Here’s what’s happening around THS:
DOM: Let’s start off by wishing good luck to THS art students participating in the 2024 U.S. Congressional Art Competition for Representative Warren Davidson.
WILL: We wish good luck to Olivia Andrews, Jaylyn Byers, Ashley Felblinger, Lillian Franks, and Melody Miao.
DOM:  We would like to thank the Greater Oxford Community Foundation for providing the funding for matting supplies, which allow us to participate in local shows and competitions. More exhibit info will be shared in April, along with a link to the virtual art show. Good luck to all of our talented artists!
WILL: In other news, Chess club meets today after school until 3:45 in room 603
DOM:  Diversity club will meet after school in room 400
WILL: Students, mark your calendars for Spring EOC testing. Be sure to review the schedule and prepare accordingly.
DOM:  And remember, Class testing for ELA and Math will be on April 16th and 17th and April 23rd and 24th.
WILL: And Science and Social Studies testing will be on April 30th and May 1st!
DOM: The THS Chamber Singers have an exciting performance lined up at Music Hall in downtown Cincinnati tonight at 7:30 pm. Get your tickets now for this spectacular event featuring collaborative works with other esteemed choirs!
WILL: Seniors! The deadline to submit senior pictures has passed. If you still haven’t submitted you senior pictures please email Mr. Zimmerman (zimmermana@talawanda.org) ASAP
DOM: Along with your pictures, don’t forget to order your graduation stoles by April 19th. Contact Ms. Klovekorn for more details.
WILL: NHS is hosting its annual Volleyball tournament. Here’s this hype vid from Kate with more info!
**NEWS**
DOM: Sounds fun! Speaking of volleyball, let’s head over to Addi with sports!
SPORTS INTRO: **
ADDI: As most of you probably predicted, no sports occurred last night due to the weather that occurred

But the teams will be back in action tonight after their day off yesterday

Tennis will host taylor for their first match of the season tonight right here at home. That match is to begin at 4pm

Baseball will also be at home tonight against Mt. Healthy at 5pm so if you’re looking for something to do, come out and support those athletes tonight

No content for you guys today so lets send it right back to the desk

**none**
DOM: And, that’s all we have for you today  Talawanda. I’m DOM,
WILL: …and I’m WILL. We’ll see you tomorrow, THS. Have a great day!
**OUTRO**

 

Thursday, March 21st, 2024

 

 

3.21.24 | THURSDAY

**INTRO**
TESSA: Recording live from the THS Newsroom in Oxford, Ohio, this is THS daily news.
KATE: Today is THURSDAY, March 21st. I’m KATE
TESSA: and I’m TESSA. Let’s move onto the news for today.
KATE: First all THS art students who are participating in the U.S. Representative Warren Davidson Congressional Art Competition at Spooky Nook need to have your completed forms and work to Mrs. Claire by tomorrow
TESSA: If you need to pick up any forms, they are located in room 603
KATE:  Next, just a reminder that students who are interested in taking CCP classes over the summer must apply by April 1st.
TESSA: The deadline for taking classes in the fall is June 1st.
KATE:  The talent show is also tomorrow and today is the last day to buy tickets.
TESSA: Tomorrow is also the honor Roll Celebration. It will be held during 6th and 7th period for  the students who made honor roll. If you don’t know if you made honor roll there is a list outside guidance and you will also receive a ticket during 1st period tomorrow.
KATE:  Now let’s take a look at what clubs are meeting today.
TESSA: Robotics club will be meeting in room 412 after school
KATE: Moot Court will also be meeting after school in room 315
TESSA: And the last club meeting happening today is Talawanda’s Tribune which will be meeting in room 315 at 7:30pm
KATE: Remember to dress like a teacher or twin with a friend tomorrow for fit fun Friday.
TESSA: Since the talent show is tomorrow here is Evan with behavior expectations while attending the talent show
NEWS: **Evan with talent behavior**
KATE: Now that we have covered today’s news, let’s head over to Addi to hear about sports.
SPORTS INTRO: **
ADDI: Softball played well last night, overcoming Madison 6-0 after stringing a number of hits together. Making zero defensive errors, the team was able to pull out the win as Maddy Kraemer and Quinn Frieden combined for a 1-hit shutout in the circle.

The baseball team made the trip over to Franklin for their last preseason scrimmage that game ending in a 7-7 tie for the Brave.

On Saturday we are officially moving out of preseason and heading into regular season play. The baseball team will be heading over to Springboro that game to begin at 11. The softball team will be taking on a double header at Arcanum. And track will be on the road to Harrison for their first meet of the season.

Good luck to all of our athletes this weekend and over the break. That’s all I got for sports next up we have Will with who said it: teacher addition”

CONTENT: **Will with “Who Said It : Teacher Addition”**
KATE: And, that’s all we have for you today  Talawanda. I’m Kate,
TESSA: …and I’m TESSA. And a reminder that we will be seeing you tomorrow at the Talent Show.
**OUTRO**

 

Wednesday, March 20th, 2024

 

3.20.24 | WEDNESDAY

**INTRO**
TESSA:: Recording live from the THS Newsroom, this is THS daily news.
KATE:: Today is WEDNESDAY, March 20th. I’m KATE
TESSA: and I’m TESSA. Let’s move onto the news for today.
KATE: First all THS art students who are participating in the U.S. Representative Warren Davidson Congressional Art Competition at Spooky Nook need to have your completed forms and work to Mrs. Claire by this Friday
TESSA: If you need to pick up any forms, they are located in room 603
KATE:  Now let’s take a look at what clubs are meeting today.
TESSA: First Diversity Club will meet today and every Wednesday after school in room 400 and they are always looking for more members.
KATE: So if you are interested in assuring ALL people are welcome and included in our school, please attend.
TESSA: Next up chess club is meeting in room 603 from 2:55-3:45pm
KATE: And tomorrow, Bible Study will meet during tutorial in Mr. Buris’s room.
TESSA: Finally the Tribune will meet in room 315.
KATE: Taking a look later into the week, Friday’s fit fun day is teacher look alike or twin with a friend.
TESSA: The talent show is also this Friday from 8:30 – 11:30.
KATE:  Now let’s head over to Sienna who has more information about how to buy Talent show tickets.
NEWS: **Sienna talking about how to buy Talent Show Tickets**
TESSA: Thank you for that information, make sure you grab your ticket while you can.
KATE:  Now that we have covered today’s news, let’s head over to Addi to hear about sports.
SPORTS INTRO: **
ADDI: Hope everyone had a great day off and although we all got to relax, our spring athletes did not. We had a couple scrimmages last night as both baseball and softball hit the fields.

Baseball took on Edgewood, overcoming them 16-15; A win formulated by great pitching from Eddie Tanner, Hunter Griffin, and Dylan Hacker, as well as some impressive hitting and base running from the whole team.

They will back in action tonight as they head over to Franklin for their final scrimmage before their first official game at Springboro on Saturday

As for softball they hit the road heading over to Badin beating them an impressive 10-2. They will also scrimmage again tonight right here at home against Madison in preparation for their first game of the season on Saturday

And stay tuned for later this week as track will be attending their first meet also on saturday.

CONTENT: **Gracie and Madelyn with “Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader?”**
KATE: And, that’s all we have for you today  Talawanda. I’m Kate,
TESSA: …and I’m TESSA. See you tomorrow, THS.
**OUTRO**

 

Friday, March 15th, 2024

 

**INTRO**
GIULIANO:: Recording live from the PIZZA TRAIN, this is THS daily news.
EVAN:: We’re here to bring you all the latest news, updates, and announcements from in and around the school.
GIULIANO: Today is FRIDAY, March 15th. I’m COVERED IN BEES
EVAN: and I’m ON FIRE. Now, here are some newspaper articles.
GIULIANO: First up, meetings! Also, help, I am covered in bees.
EVAN: Robotics club is meeting today 3-5 in room 412 I think
GIULIANO: That’s probably righ,t I guess.
EVAN:  This weekend, Drama will be presenting “A year with Frog and Toad.”
GIULIANO: The show runs from March 15th to the 17th, with evening performances on Friday and Saturday, and a matinee on Sunday.
EVAN: The show will be goated with the sauce.
GIULIANO: In other news, Student Government is sponsoring Friday Fit Fun Days! Check the signs posted throughout the building for the upcoming themes.
EVAN: Only eight more Fridays of school! Let’s make them lit. Like Me. I’m on fire.
GIULIANO: Coming up, the talent show next week on March 22nd. If you are interested in performing, sign up using the QR code on the posters around the school.
EVAN: Right now, there aren’t many acts signed up.
GIULIANO: That’s right. Scan the QR code in the corners of the screen to sign up today or I will cover you in bees. Here’s THS Daily News Correspondent Cale with a bit more about the Talent show:
NEWS:: **Cale talking about the Talent Show**
EVAN: Sounds great. Be sure to get signed up.
GIULIANO: March is Best Buddies Month. Best Buddies is an international organization that has grown from one original chapter to more than 1,500 college, high school and middle school campuses across the United States and internationally!
EVAN: To celebrate, Best Buddies is hosting a Dance Party today after school from 3-5 pm in the gym.
GIULIANO: Here with a short promo video for the dance is THS News Correspondent Lucia:
CONTENT: **Lucia with a video about the Best Buddies Dance**
EVAN: And, that’s all we have for you today  Talawanda, I’m THE EMBODIMENT OF OUR FLEETING MORTALITY,
GIULIANO: and I’m THE ULTIMATE SIN  . Have a great day, THS.. We’ll see you in your nightmares.
**OUTRO**