September 26th, 2016

Good morning Talawanda, today is Monday September 26th, 2016

If you are interested in being a Senior Helper for this year’s PRIDE day, please pick up an application in Room 301.  You must be approved before becoming a volunteer, and the due date for this form is this Friday.

Attention all students!  FCA, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, will be meeting Wednesday, right after school, in room 220.  Daniel Wetzel will be sharing with us this week.  Bring a friend and hope to see you there!

Attention Current NHS Members:  Please meet in Ms. Alfonsi’s room immediately after school TODAY to make plans for tapping.  If you have another commitment, please see Ms. Alfonsi during the school day.

Results are in from the District Land Evaluation Competition held last Thursday near Hillsboro Ohio. The Talawanda FFA sent two teams to the competition, and we are happy to report that both teams have qualified to advance on to the State Finals in two weeks. The Urban Judging team finished  2nd / 15 teams! Individuals in the event were Cody Kiefer who finished 1st high individual, AJ Schwab who was 2nd high individual, Joseph Copeland 7th, Austin Lake 9th, Dakota Kiefer 15th, and Michael Schwab 19th. All six of our team finished in the top quarter of the total individuals. GREAT JOB. The rural Judging team also finished – 2nd out of 20 teams! Individuals in the event were Spencer Crauder 2nd high individual, Jacob Schlichter 7th, Brandon Eschenbrenner 10th, Peyton Weekley 11th, Eliza Jones 16th, and Ben Eichler 23rd. All six of these FFAers finished in the top 20% of the contest. Good luck to Cody, AJ, Joseph, Austin, Spencer, Jacob, Brandon, and Peyton at the State Finals in two weeks. GO AGGIES.

Only one birthday for today: Noah Staton turning 15 

Home Games for Today: Girls JV Tennis vs. William Henry Harrison at 4, Boys JV and Varsity Soccer vs. Middletown, JV playing at 5 while Varsity plays at 7

Talawanda Cross Country ran at Harrison Saturday and held their own against a strong field that included key SWOC competitors. Girls took 7th overall, with Personal Best performances from Awesome Asya Walsh, Zoe “More” Moore, and Super Shayla Allen. The boys’ team took 8th overall and had Personal Bests from Dylan “Gettin’ It Done” Shumway, Alex BadBoy Bowie, Quinn Mountain Man Kissell, and Connor the Great Woodin. Great job, Running Braves!

The JV Boys Soccer team shut out the Badin Rams Saturday scoring 6 and allowing none. Dallas Josey,  Jasper Ralinovsky, Tristan  Fontaine, & Wallace Kelly all scored.  Another clean sheet for Ben Marks and Tom Winkler in goal. Come on out and support your Braves Kickers tonight vs. Middletown and Thursday vs league rival Edgewood. GO BRAVES SOCCER!

The Talawanda Varsity Football team had a great game edging Little Miami 45-44 last week. Amongst all players in the win, quarterback Logan Kamphaus is a nominee for WCPO Channel 9’s Player of the week! He is currently leading the vote out of 13 players across Cincinnati! Vote for him now on wcpo.com

Have a great day Talawanda! 

September 23rd, 2016

Good morning Talawanda, today is Friday September 23rd, 2016

In the Spirit Week class battle its the Freshman in the lead with 13 points, followed by the seniors and sophomores with 10 and the juniors with 7.  In order to beat the Freshmen we have to beat them in the Penny Wars!

Attention Current NHS Members:  Please meet in Ms. Alfonsi’s room immediately after school on Monday to make plans for tapping.  If you have another commitment, please see Ms. Alfonsi during the school day.

Today is the LAST DAY to buy homecoming tickets during lunch and in the main office. You can purchase your ticket for $15.00. Please see Mrs. Stivers in the front office if you need guest forms.

Attention students.  The Talawanda Tribune has some great content up including the Meme Team’s Homecoming preview, B. Phillips’s political satire, and A. Hibbard’s photos of football games.  Check it out at talawandatribune.org

September is the Hispanic Heritage Month, to celebrate, the Miami University Program is holding a latin American and Caribbean festival TODAY from 5:30pm to 9:00pm at Oxford community Park. For more information please talk to Ms. Hofmann in room 117.

Birthday’s for Today: Madlyn Manning turning 15, Victoria Creech, Korey Hopkins and Lacey Trovillo all turning 17 and Jasmine Tipton turning 18, also birthday’s for this weekend are Chad Farler, Coleen Minges and Madison Hickman all turning 15, Cody Crawford turning 17, Christina Haidet turning 18, Samuel L. Gibson turning 16, Nathaniel Entsminger turning 19 and Jodi Cullom turning 18. Also for staff birthday’s Mrs. Stivers birthday is tomorrow

Home Games for Today: Boys Varsity Football vs. Little Miami tonight at 7, Tonight will be a blackout, be sure to come out and support your Braves!

Have a great day Talawanda! 

September 22nd, 2016

Good morning Talawanda, today is Thursday September 22nd, 2016

So far in the Spirit Week class battle its the Freshman in the lead with 12 points, followed by the seniors 8, sophomores with 6 and the juniors with 4.  In order to earn points you have to dress up for each day, so if you don’t want to be beat by the freshmen, wear your class color tomorrow! Seniors wear black, Juniors wear white, Sophomore wear blue and Freshmen wearing red. At this point Penny Wars might be the only thing that can defeat the freshmen, so donate during your lunch period.

 The Farm Business Management Team finished 1st in the nation, and consisted of Patrick Copeland (first individual), Austin Garner (2nd individual), Jenny McFarland (3rd invidual) and Jacob Schulte (5th invidividual). Kyndal Haven finished in 5th place in Creed Speaking, and Emma Sterwerf finished in 3rd place in Extemporaneous Speaking, which was also the first time that Talawanda FFA members had ever qualified for these events! Go aggies!

Homecoming tickets will continue to be on sale during lunch and in the main office this week. You can purchase your ticket for $15.00. Please see Mrs. Stivers in the front office if you need guest forms.

Best Buddies will be meeting after school TODAY for a Game Day! See Ms. Johnson if you’re interested in going.

September is the Hispanic Heritage Month, to celebrate, the Miami University Program is holding a latin American and Caribbean festival TOMORROW from 5:30pm to 9:00pm at Oxford community Park. For more information please talk to Ms. Hofmann in room 117.

Mock Trial practice is today from 4:30-5:30 in room 417.  All returning and new members should attend.  There’s still plenty of time for you to get uptown for the parade.

ATTENTION: key clubs meetings have been changed to Thursdays. There will be a meeting TODAYYY

Art Club will be meeting in room 603  today after school until 4:30.

Diversity Club will be meeting TODAY directly after school until 3:30 in room 413. This week is Ally week, and we encourage those inside and outside the club to attend for some fun activities as well as the chance to receive small prizes. We hope to see you there!

Birthday’s for Today: Victoria Zell turning 15 and Christina Wingeier turning 19

The Varsity Girls tennis team defeated Fenwick last night 4-1, improving their record to 10-8.  Victories came from singles players Carly Sherba, Mazvita Ngorosha, and Katie Lockhart.  The doubles team of Molly Monson and Rory Lykins also won.

The JV Boys Soccer team defeated Mt Healthy last night 6-nil. Led by Dallas Josey and a ‘brace’ of goals, Jasper Rolinovsky, Lokesh Sequeria, Tristan Fontaine, and Dillion Heineman also found the back of the ol’ onion bag. The win improves the JV team to 4-2 on the season.   They play Badin on the road Saturday.  GO BRAVES SOCCER!

Going into the SWOC championship tournament on Tuesday tied with Harrison and Little Miami, the varsity golfers knew that whoever won the tournament would also win the conference. Bravo, Braves! Talawanda won the tournament—and the championship—by ONE stroke, 341 to 342. Tournament medalist and conference Athlete of the Year was Vincent Whitehead with a round of 76.  He and Charlie Winkler, who completed the regular season with the best overall league scoring average, were both named to 1st Team All Conference.  Trey Hubbard received an Honorable Mention, and the sportsmanship award went to Tyler Begley.  Coach Alan Sepsi was again voted conference Coach of the Year.  Congratulations to the entire varsity golf team!

Have a great day Talawanda!

September 21st, 2016

Good morning Talawanda, today is Wednesday September 21st, 2016

So far in the Spirit Week class battle its the Freshman in the lead with 8 points, followed by the seniors both with 5 and the juniors with 2.  In order to earn points you have to dress up for each day, so if you don’t want to be beat by the freshmen, wear a Flannel tomorrow to school!

Penny Wars will be going on during lunch all week! Put pennies in your class jar! Any other silver coins will deduct points from that class jar

Homecoming tickets will continue to be on sale during lunch and in the main office this week. You can purchase your ticket for $15.00. Please see Mrs. Stivers in the front office if you need guest forms.

Best Buddies will be meeting after school TOMORROW for a Game Day! See Ms. Johnson if you’re interested in going.

September is the Hispanic Heritage Month, to celebrate, the Miami University Program is holding a latin American and Caribbean festival on Friday from 5:30pm to 9:00pm at Oxford community Park. For more information please talk to Ms. Hofmann in room 117.

Attention all interested in Mock Trial.  Our first practice will be TOMORROW from 4:30-5:30 in room 417 due to the Homecoming parade.  Starting next week practices will be Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 and Thursdays 5:30-7:00.  All members should report to practice TOMORROW

ATTENTION: key clubs meetings have been changed to Thursdays. The next meeting will be TOMORROW. 

Attention all students!  FCA, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, will be meeting TODAY right after school in room 220.  Nick Frymier will be sharing with us this week.  Bring a friend and hope to see you there!

Diversity Club will be meeting TOMORROW directly after school until 3:30 in room 413. This week is Ally week, and we encourage those inside and outside the club to attend for some fun activities as well as the chance to receive small prizes. We hope to see you there!

Birthday’s for Today: Lillian Spencer turning 16, also for staff birthday’s it is Mr. Mills and Mrs. Richter’s birthday

DOMINATION!!  That is what the competition faced from the Braves of Talawanda at the Hamilton Cross Country Challenge yesterday.  Talawanda Cross Country took first place in both high school and middle school races on the hills of Forest Run Metro Park in sweltering heat yesterday.  Lizzie Sawdai motored up the hills to bring home the first place individual win in the girls race.  Not to be left behind, her teammates Ashley Baxter and Jazz Bennett finished in 2nd and 5th place.  Asya Walson continued her great improvement with a 15th place finish.  Nina Stahr and Zoe Moore made a strong sprint to the line to round out the scoring for the Braves.  Savannah Powell and Livi Mullenix also ran very strong races for the Braves. The boys were the underdogs going into the race, but showed who has the real bite as they beat the field of 11 teams.  Connor Schlade and David Kraushar both set new personal records to finish in 5th and 6th place.  Not to be outdone, Josh Huddleston also set a new personal record to finish 14th and was followed closely by Joshua Ferneding in 16th.  Dylan Shumway was 19th and Quinn Kissell and Brandon Hall finished with new personal best times!   

Home games for today: Girls JV Tennis vs. Bishop Fenwick at 4

Girls Volleyball won last night improving their record to 12-1. Good Job Ladies!

Any girls interested in playing basketball this winter, there will be a meeting TODAY at 1:30pm. We will meet on the gym and go over important information for the season. It will last about 15 minutes, so this also includes those participating in fall sports.

Have a great day Talawanda! 

September 20th, 2016

Good morning Talawanda, today is Tuesday September 20th, 2016

So far in the Spirit Week class battle its the Freshman in the lead with 4 points, followed by the seniors with 3, sophomores with 2, and the juniors with 1.  In order to earn points you have to dress up for each day, so if you don’t want to be beat by the freshmen, wear a Jersey tomorrow to school!

Penny Wars will be going on during lunch! Put any pennies in your class jar, any other change means negative points.

Homecoming tickets will continue to be on sale during lunch and in the main office this week. You can purchase your ticket for $15.00. Please see Mrs. Stivers in the front office if you need guest forms.

Best Buddies will be meeting after school on Thursday for a Game Day! See Ms. Johnson if you’re interested in going.

September is the Hispanic Hertiage Month, to celebrate, the Miami University Program is holding a latin American and Caribbean festival  Friday, September 23rd from 5:30pm to 9:00pm at Oxford community Park. For more information please talk to Ms. Hofmann in room 117.

Attention all interested in Mock Trial.  Our first practice will be this Thursday 4:30-5:30 in room 417 due to the Homecoming parade.  Starting next week practices will be Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 and Thursdays 5:30-7:00.  All members should report to practice this Thursday.

ATTENTION: key clubs meetings have been changed to Thursdays. The next meeting will be this Thursday, September 22nd

Attention all students!  FCA, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, will be meeting TOMORROW right after school in room 220.  Nick Frymier will be sharing with us this week.  Bring a friend and hope to see you there!

Any seniors who are interested on riding the Senior Float for the homecoming parade please contact your Senior Class president Ronnie Sweet for more info

Diversity Club will be meeting this Thursday directly after school until 3:30 in room 413. This week is Ally week, and we encourage those inside and outside the club to attend for some fun activities as well as the chance to receive small prizes. We hope to see you there!

Birthday’s for Today: Sheradyn Proffitt turning 16, Quentyn Garrett turning 16, Alyssa Smith turning 15, and Noah McKinnon turning 17

Home games for today: Girls Varsity Field Hockey vs. Oakwood at 5

The Talawanda JV golf team was beat on Monday by the Badin Rams at Potter’s Park, 180-186. Medalist for the Braves was Alex Gunderson with a 43 followed closely by Josh Verst (45) Evan James (49) and Adam Washburn-Moses (49). Four matches remain to turn the current record of 6 & 8 into a winner for the year. The next match is Wednesday against Fairfield at South Trace.

Any girls interested in playing basketball this winter, there will be a meeting TOMORROW at 1:30pm. We will meet on the gym and go over important information for the season. It will last about 15 minutes, so this also includes those participating in fall sports.

The Varsity Boys Soccer team extended its winning streak to 4 in a row with a resounding win over St. Bernard last night. Leading the scoring for the Braves were Ben Cooley, Isaac Diskin, Owen Ramsey, Alex Pohlabel, Thomas Kelly, and Max Farrell. The victory improves the Braves record to 5 wins and just 2 losses and puts them on top of the SWOC’ table in first place! Come on out and support the Soccer team at one of two home matches next week… Monday vs Middletown or Thursday vs league rival Edgewood. Go Braves Soccer!

And now to weather followed by a Ketchup Report    

Have a great day Talawanda! 

September 16, 2016

Good morning Talawanda, today is Friday September 16th, 2016

Tickets are on sale for homecoming! Tickets are $15.00. You can purchase your tickets during lunch. If you are bringing a guest that is not a current Talawanda student, stop by the front office and pick up a guest form from Mrs. Stivers.

Miami University will host the Girls Who Code club again this year and the first session will be held TOMORROW in Benton Hall, room #1 in the basement. There will be pizza from 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm. The actual classes/ coding will be from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. This year, the girls will be able to choose the activity sets on which to work, including storytelling using Python, game development, web development, creating digital art and music, databases, etc.

The Knolls of Oxford is looking for Food Servers. If you are 16 and enjoy working at 5-star facility, with great benefits and being part of a team, then the Knolls of Oxford is for you! Visit www.knollsofoxford.org for more information

Senior class officers there will be a very short meeting in Mr. TIncher’s room 124 after school TODAY Ronnie Sweet your Senior class president will lead the meeting.

Attention all YITs planning to attend the field trip on Tuesday – please turn in your permission slip to the main office no later than Friday afternoon. If you need a permission slip, extras are available in the main office.

September is the Hispanic Hertiage Month, to celebrate, the Miami Ohio University Program is holding a latin American and Caribbean festival next Friday, September 23rd from 5:30pm to 9:00pm at Oxford community Park. For more information please talk to Ms. Hofmann in room 117.

ATTENTION: key clubs meetings have been changed to Thursdays. The next meeting will be Thursday, September 22nd

Any freshmen student who is interested in riding the freshmen float at next week’s homecoming parade should sign up on signs located in the freshmen hallway or see one of your class officers: Zoe Moore, Piper Mulhauser, Jack Tincher, or Peter Averbach.

Attention Voila Members: Please turn in t-shirt orders and any other paperwork by Monday. All Voila officers we will meet in room 118 next Tuesday during tutorials!

Your Braves Boys Soccer Team has won their second game in a row after defeating #4 Badin on Saturday and league rival Harrison last night 3-0. Senior Kelvin Reisenfeld got the scoring started rebounding a shot off the post and burying it in the net. Reisenfeld then assisted two more goals scored off the head of sophomore Sam Robinson. The Defense of Craig Bond, Ryan Hannon, Alex Pohlable, Owen Ramsey, and Andy June helped Senior Blake Cooke earn his first shut out. The Braves Kickers improve to 3 wins and 2 losses on the season. The team plays Kings High School Saturday at 5:00. Earlier in the evening the JV squad was also victorious by a score of 2-0.  Freshman Jasper Ralinovsky and Sophomore Lokesh Sequeira the goal scorers. GO BRAVES SOCCER!

The Talawanda varsity golf team rebounded nicely from Wednesday’s loss, defeating Ross in conference play by a score of 164 to 189.  Medalist was Vincent Whitehead, with a one-under-par 35.  This brings the Braves’ overall record to 11 & 3, with a conference record of 4 & 1; putting THS in a first-place tie with Little Miami and Harrison. The conference winner will be determined next Tuesday, at the SWOC championship tournament at Miami Whitewater.  Best score wins the conference title. GO BRAVES! The Braves’ JV golf train was also back on track on Thursday, defeating the Ross Rams at Circling Hills 197-209. A somewhat shorthanded squad was led by Aaron Hool with a 47, and Nick Vandenberg with a 48.  The Talawanda JV record now stands at 6 & 7, edging ever closer to the .500 mark.  Play continues Monday against Badin at Twin Run in Hamilton. Go Braves!

Birthday’s for Today and for the weekend: Jora Taylor turning 14, Gabriel Saulnier turning 17, Jacob Tyree turning 15, Samantha Hurst turning 19, Hannah Zmuda turning 17, Randal Colin turning 20, Gianna DeCello turning 16, Alex McQueen turning 18 and Chloe Jones turning 17. 

Spirit Week and the battle between the classes is next week everyone!  Monday is Pajama Day!

Have a great day and an even better weekend Talawanda!

September 15th, 2016

Good morning Talawanda, today is Thursday September 15th, 2016

Tickets are on sale for homecoming! Tickets are $15.00. You can purchase your tickets during lunch. If you are bringing a guest that is not a current Talawanda student, stop by the front office and pick up a guest form from Mrs. Stivers.

Miami University will host the Girls Who Code club again this year and the first session will be held this Saturday, September 17, in Benton Hall, room 001 in the basement. There will be pizza from 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm. The actual classes/ coding will be from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. This year, the girls will be able to choose the activity sets on which to work, including storytelling using Python, game development, web development, creating digital art and music, databases, etc.

The Knolls of Oxford is looking for Food Servers. If you are 16 and enjoy working at 5-star facility, with great benefits and being part of a team, then the Knolls of Oxford is for you! Visit www.knollsofoxford.org for more information

Senior class officers there will be a very short meeting in Mr. TIncher’s room 124 after school TOMORROW Ronnie Sweet your Senior class president will lead the meeting.

September is the Hispanic Hertiage Month, to celebrate, the Miami Ohio University Program is holding a latin American and Caribbean festival next Friday, September 23rd from 5:30pm to 9:00pm at Oxford community Park. For more information please talk to Ms. Hofmann in room 117.

Any freshmen student who is interested in riding the freshmen float at next week’s homecoming parade should sign up on signs located in the freshmen hallway or see one of your class officers: Zoe Moore, Piper Mulhauser, Jack Tincher, or Peter Averbach.

The Zamboni a magical machine that creates a mystical winter wonderland for fun and sport. The Zamboni is fired up and ready to roll for the 2016-17 hockey season. Any Hockey Players that are playing for THS this year there will be a meeting to size equipment TODAY after school in Mr Tinchers room 124. If you can not be present please contact Mr. Tincher, before

The Captain “Lightning” Luke Croucher will be present to demonstrate how to apply the hair band.

Diversity Club will be meeting TODAY directly after school until 3:30 in room 413. We will be making posters to help promote our club. Current and new members are welcome to attend!

Art Club will have their first meeting TODAY in Mr. Hunsche’s room 603. Art club will meet on Thursdays from 2:30 to 4:30.  Come enjoy the free time to develop your artistic ability while working on your own artwork.  All are welcome to attend.

Home games for today: Girls JV Tennis vs. Ross at 4, Boys JV and Varsity Soccer vs. William Henry Harrsion, JV at 5 and Varsity at 7

The Braves varsity golf team ran into a buzz saw on Wednesday, falling to Fenwick by a score of 159 to 169.  Low scorers for Talawanda were Charlie Winkler, 41, and Vincent Whitehead & Trey Hubbard, 42.  This brings the team’s overall record to 10 & 3, with a conference record of 3 & 1. Next up for the varsity is a conference match against Ross on Thursday. Also, the Charming Prince turned back into a frog on Monday, as the Braves JV golf team ended their win streak with a loss to Oak Hills at Miami Whitewater by the score of 203-212.  Medalist for the Braves was Alex Gunderson with a 47.  The setback brought their record to 5 & 7, with six matches remaining in the season.  A new streak begins Thursday at Circling Hills against the Ross Rams.

Today’s birthday’s : Hannah West turning 16 

Have a great day Talawanda!

September 14th, 2016

Good morning Talawanda, today is Wednesday September 14th, 2016

Tickets are on sale for homecoming! Tickets are $15.00. You can purchase your tickets during lunch. If you are bringing a guest that is not a current Talawanda student, stop by the front office and pick up a guest form from Mrs. Stivers.

Sophomores, Jostens will be here TODAY during lunch to take class ring orders and will return TODAY evening from 5-7pm in the high school cafeteria.  There are packets in the main office with class ring ordering information for those who are interested.

Attention all YITS, please plan to attend our meeting after school today.  Permission slips for the upcoming field trip will be available.  Hope to see you then!

Senior class officers there will be a very short meeting in Mr. TIncher’s room 124 after school Friday Ronnie Sweet your Senior class president will lead the meeting.

September is the Hispanic Hertiage Month, to celebrate, the Miami Ohio University Program is holding a latin American and Caribbean festival next Friday, September 23rd from 5:30pm to 9:00pm at Oxford community Park. For more information please talk to Ms. Hofmann in room 117.

Any freshmen student who is interested in riding the freshmen float at next week’s homecoming parade should sign up on signs located in the freshmen hallway or see one of your class officers: Zoe Moore, Piper Mulhauser, Jack Tincher, or Peter Averbach.

The Zamboni a magical machine that creates a mystical winter wonderland for fun and sport. The Zamboni is fired up and ready to roll for the 2016-17 hockey season. Any Hockey Players that are playing for THS this year there will be a meeting to size equipment TOMORROW after school in Mr Tinchers room 124. If you can not be present please contact Mr. Tincher, before  The Captain “Lightning” Luke Croucher will be present to demonstrate how to apply the hair band. Thursday after school!

Attention all students!  FCA, Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be meeting  TODAY in room 220.  Magnolia Sovensen will be sharing with us this week.  Bring a friend and hope to see you there!

Diversity Club will be meeting TOMORROW directly after school until 3:30 in room 413. We will be making posters to help promote our club. Current and new members are welcome to attend!

Art Club will have their first meeting TOMORROW in Mr. Hunsche’s room 603. Art club will meet on Thursdays from 2:30 to 4:30.  Come enjoy the free time to develop your artistic ability while working on your own artwork.  All are welcome to attend.

Home games for today: Girls Freshmen, JV and Varsity Volleyball vs. Fairfield, Freshmen play at 4:30, JV at 5:45, and Varsity at 7

The Girls Varsity Tennis team defeated Northwest last night to improve their league record to 5-0.  The match was highlighted by 1st Singles Carly Sherba’s 6-0,6-1 victory that put her overall record to 10-2.  Good luck tonight vs Seton.

Today we are starting a new daily announcement, Today’s birthday’s are Madison and Macy Pennington both turning 15, Katelyn Azbill also turning 15 and Gage Padgett turning 19

Have a great day Talawanda!

September 13th, 2016

Good morning Talawanda, today is Tuesday September 13th, 2016

Tickets are on sale for homecoming! Tickets are $15.00. You can purchase your tickets during lunch. If you are bringing a guest that is not a current Talawanda student, stop by the front office and pick up a guest form from Mrs. Stivers.

Sophomores, Jostens will be here TOMORROW during lunch to take class ring orders and will return TOMORROW evening from 5-7pm in the high school cafeteria.  There are packets in the main office with class ring ordering information for those who are interested.

The Zamboni a magical machine that creates a mystical winter wonderland for fun and sport. The Zamboni is fired up and ready to roll for the 2016-17 hockey season. Any Hockey Players that are playing for THS this year there will be a meeting to size equipment Thursday after school in Mr Tinchers room 124. If you can not be present please contact Mr. Tincher, before

The Captain “Lightning” Luke Croucher will be present to demonstrate how to apply the hair band. Thursday after school!

Attention all students!  FCA, Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be meeting  TOMORROW in room 220.  Magnolia Sovensen will be sharing with us this week.  Bring a friend and hope to see you there!

Diversity Club will be meeting this Thursday directly after school until 3:30 in room 413. We will be making posters to help promote our club. Current and new members are welcome to attend!

Art Club will have their first meeting on Thursday, September 15th in Mr. Hunsche’s room 603. Art club will meet on Thursdays from 2:30 to 4:30.  Come enjoy the free time to develop your artistic ability while working on your own artwork.  All are welcome to attend.

Home games for today: Girls JV Tennis vs. Northwest HS at 4, Girls Freshmen JV and Varsity Volleyball vs. Edgewood, Freshmen at 4:30, JV at 5:45 and Varsity at 7, also Girls JV and Varsity Soccer playing against William Henry Harrsion HS, JV at 5 and Varsity at 7

The Talawanda varsity golfers easily defeated Northwest in conference play on Monday, by a score of 166 to 228 at the Mill Course in Cincinnati.  Charlie Winkler and Vincent Whitehead were co-medalists, finishing with rounds of 38.  This brings Talawanda’s overall record to 10 & 2, with a conference record of 3 & 1.  Next on the schedule for the varsity will be a home match against Fenwick on Wednesday. The Braves’ JV golf team notched their third win in a row Monday afternoon against the Taylor Yellow Jackets at Shaenee Lookout, 193 to 209. This brings their record to 1 shy of the .500 mark at 5 & 6.  Medalist for the Braves was Alex Gunderson with a 46, followed very closely by Josh Verst and Adam Wasburn-Moses with a pair of 47s.  The action continuesWednesday at Miami Whitewater against Oak Hills. Let the JV squad know they deserve a big “congratulations” when you pass them in the halls !

Have an American day Talawanda! 

September 12th, 2016

Good morning Talawanda, today is Monday September 12th, 2016

Tickets will go on sale for homecoming TODAY. Tickets are $15.00. You can purchase your tickets during lunch. If you are bringing a guest that is not a current Talawanda student, stop by the front office and pick up a guest form from Mrs. Stivers.

Sophomores, Jostens will be here Wednesday during lunch to take class ring orders and will return Wednesday evening from 5-7pm in the high school cafeteria.  There are packets in the main office with class ring ordering information for those who are interested.

Attn: Voila members!!!  We will meet briefly TOMORROW at 2:30 in Room 118 to vote for officers, get your ELL buddy assignments and pick-up t-shirt order forms!!!  Get all your paperwork in!!

Attention all students!  FCA, Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be meeting this Wednesday, September 14 in room 220.  Magnolia Sovensen will be sharing with us this week.  Bring a friend and hope to see you there!

Attention students interested in Mock Trial.  There will be an informational meeting after school TODAY in room 417.  You can pick up tryout materials then.  Returning members do not need to attend.  Practices start on Thursday, September 22 at 5:30 in Waxy’s room.

Art Club will have their first meeting on Thursday, September 15th in Mr. Hunsche’s room 603. Art club will meet on Thursdays from 2:30 to 4:30.  Come enjoy the free time to develop your artistic ability while working on your own artwork.  All are welcome to attend.

Do you love art? music? poetry? stories? Then you should join Setting Stone! Setting Stone Literary-Art magazine is responsible for running the Coffee House at THS, as well as publishing a lit-arts mag and the website settingstone.org.  If you are interested, come out to our first official meeting TODAY.

Interested in community service and a fun time? Join Key Club! The first meeting will be TODAY in room 423. There will be refreshments.

Home games for today: Girls Varsity Field Hockey vs. Fairmont at 5

The Girls Volleyball team beat Badin on Saturday in 5 sets improving their record to 8-1. Great job ladies!

Additionally Mr. Lykins was last weeks teacher of the week, Congratulations! Have a Patriotic day Talawanda!