Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Wednesday, March 4th, 2020.
A Jostens representative will be here on Monday, the 9th, during lunch, to hand out Graduation Announcement orders.
The talent show this year will be Friday March 20th, if you are interested in showcasing your talent please pick up a form in the office or outside room 611. You may turn them in to Mrs. Gregory or any of the co-chairs listed on the form. This is a great way to showcase your talent and help others, as all the money will be donated to local charities.
Students: Don’t forget to sign the banner for Spread the Word Day in the cafeteria today during lunch. Spread the Word: Inclusion encourages people to pledge to end the use of the R-word. Each pledge is a personal commitment to acknowledge the hurt caused by the R-word and to be respectful in the words and actions taken towards people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Also, tomorrow is Rainbow Day. Wear any or all the colors of the rainbow to support inclusion for all!
Cycling club is going on their Gorgeous Spring Ride today directly after school. Anyone is welcome to come! it will be a short ride touring the wooded roads that will be manageable to all ability levels! If you are interested and don’t have a bike email Mrs. Schran and we’ll try to accommodate you. Come by room 412 on wednesday right after school and enjoy the beautiful weather!
Now for track stereotypes
Hey! You make art? You do writing? You take pics? Setting Stone wants your stuff! Send your stuff to email@example.com, or drop it off in room 320 to be considered for inclusion in the Spring Setting Stone magazine and/or settingstone.org! Thanks, yo!
Now for today’s birthdays, Makenna Watson and Griffin Dempsey turn 15, and Megan Price turns 18. Happy Birthday.
And now for What’s the T and Luke WP.
The Talawanda wrestling team placed fifth at their sectional tournament this past weekend. The team went 9 and 0 in their finals matches and has five district alternates as well as 4 district qualifiers. Sammy Dillon, Davis Williams, Logan Crauder, James Beckett, and Julian Askren all finished fifth in the tournament. Colton Baker, Nick Englehard, and Nathon Detherage all placed 3rd. Senior Terell Wills won the tournament, finishing in first place with a pin over the 17th ranked 220 lbs. Wrestler in the state. The team travels to Kettering Fairmont this upcoming weekend to compete in the district round of the division 1 individual state tournament.
Home Games for today: none
That’s our broadcast on this day I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, and we’ll see you tommorow.