Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Tuesday, August 27th, 2019
Any students interested in science related to nature or the environment are welcome to attend an Open House in room 224 (Mrs. Ruther’s room) on Wednesday, August 28th at 1:35pm. Come see what the Environment and Natural Sciences Club is all about!
The Diversity Club is having its first meeting on Tuesday the 27th, after school in room 312. Diversity is an activist group that works to make Talawanda a more inclusive and accepting place. Come to the meeting to learn about their exciting plans for the year ahead!
Students interested in Mock Trial: Our first practice and informational meeting will be today from 5:00-8:00 p.m. in room 417. Come in through the math hallway door.
NHS seniors: We will meet in Ms. Alfonsi’s room on Thursday, August 29 right after school. Please check your email for information regarding officer elections.
Attention all students interested in participating in Model UN this year, there is an informational meeting about this year’s program on August 29th in Mr McGhehey’s room, room 411, from 2:30 to 3:15. Informational sheets and sign-ups for countries are located outside room 411 and are first-come-first-serve. For additional information contact Mr McGhehey, Benjamin Farmer or Rian DelVecchio.
Setting Stone will meet today, after school, in room 320. If you are interested in being a part of Talawanda’s award-winning literary-arts magazine, or helping out at Setting Stone Coffee Houses, or just hanging out with an incredible group of kids, join us on Monday! We hope to see you there.
And now for Senior vs Freshman
Anyone interested in Joining the club Girls Who Code, there will be an info meeting next Wednesday, August 28th, right after school in room 220. Any questions you can email Miss Klovekorn.
No birthdays for today but wish a happy belated birthday to John Anzano, Jack Mckinley, Mia Damuth, and Ernest Eversole whos birthdays were on Sunday.
And now for Whats the T and Luke WP
The boys and girls cross country team had an awesome meet at home on Saturday. Both teams won the Talawanda Brave Invitational! The girls backed up their top-10 ranking in the state with a dominating win. They placed 6 girls in the top 10. Hannah Lippincott, Maddy Iden, and Libby Farmer took the first 3 places, Eva Motta was 5th, Lilly Iden 8th, and Zoe Moore was 10th. Abby Bahlau, Hannah Hoblitzell, and Bella Walter also ran personal bests. The boys squeaked out a 3 point win over Oak Hills to win the meet for the first time. Kiefer Bell, Logan Murray, and Jens Bartel were 2nd-3rd and 4th. The deciding points were scored by Daniel Sawdai and Benjamin Farmer when they passed Oak Hills’ 5th runner in the last few strides. Both teams will travel to Miamisburg on Saturday.
And on Friday the football team had a scrimmage versus Roger Bacon, there was a great turnout to watch the Brave make their final adjustments before this Friday’s first home game versus Preble Shawnee we hope to see you all there and it is a black out.
And on Saturday the girls soccer team decimated Winton Woods by a score of 10-1 their record improves to 2-0 on the season. Ainsley Clark had a hat trick in that game they play next tomorrow at home versus Colerain.
Home games for today: Girls JV Tennis hosts Oak Hills at 4.
And that’s our broadcast on this day. I’m Luke West Poley. Thanks so much for watching, and happy election day.