Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Thursday, March 7th, 2019
Attention NHS Members: We will meet today right after school in the upper media center.
The deadline for senior pictures is past due, see Mr. Zimmerman in room 301 if you have any questions or problems.
Attention Setting Stone: we will not meet on Monday, March 11th. Instead, we will meet again as a whole group on Monday, March 18. Please plan on attending on the 18th to begin planning out the magazine.
Attention any students interested in taking one of the IT classes next year: If you are interested in getting CCP credit through the University of Cincinnati, you must apply by this Friday (March 8th). See Mrs. Stark if you have any questions.
YIT is sponsoring “Dodge and Dance” on Friday, March 15th! Make sure you get a team together or come to cheer on the Dodgeball teams and then stay for FREE food and a great sock hop! There is no cost for either event.
Birthdays for today: Ainsley Clark, Zayd Beckington, and Sarah Ferneding turn 17 and Kiera Henson and Nathaniel Berter turn 18.
And now for What’s the T and Patty G
Tigerland is the story of a Black High School’s triumph in inner city Columbus during the turbulent civil rights movement. In the year 1969, the East High Tigers won both the state basketball and baseball championships, despite a severe economic disadvantage. But their African-American sports teams triumphed over the wealthy white schools during the tournament. I sat down with the book’s author Wil Haygood on Tuesday, to talk about his story of triumph, and Tigerland’s place in the 21st century. The full interview is 12 minutes long, so if there is not enough time in your class today, you don’t have to watch all of it. If there’s any part of the interview you should catch, it would be the last 3 minutes, when Haygood gives advice to today’s young students. We’ll also post the full interview on our YouTube channel after today’s news. That’s our broadcast on this Thursday. I’m Patrick Geshan. My conversation now with Wil Haygood.