Good morning Talawanda! Today is Monday, November 27, 2017
Club news for today: Model UN members will meet this Friday for a practice assembly in Mr. Caudill’s room after school. Be prepared to present your authors speech and resolution.
NHS will be holding a meeting after school on Thursday in the upper media center.
The Blood Drive will take place on December 7th, forms can be picked up in the main office or room 611. Fill them out and turn them in by December 1st to reserve your time.
Best Buddies will be collecting canned goods to donate to the Oxford Community Choice Pantry starting this week. The first period class that brings the most canned goods in until December 12 will receive free doughnuts from the Oxford Doughnut Shop, so be sure to bring in that canned food
Attention to all Freshman: you must go see Mrs. Sammons in room 316 to receive the candle orders to deliver to those who purchased.
For the next two weeks, Key Club will be teaming up with Keys for Change and the Thirst Project to sell charm necklaces to build wells in Swaziland and other 3rd world countries. Get one at lunch for just 5$, and help end the global water crisis.
If you would like to learn about the water crisis, here’s a video to help show you.
Lunch for today is meatball subs, baked fries, salad, and chilled fruits
Birthdays for today: Ben Howard and Kim Clark turn 15
And now to weather followed by Patty G with sports
The hockey team went 1-3 last weekend in the DiPaulo tournament at Goggin. The Braves opened up the weekend with a 6-4 victory over the Miami club team with two goals from Josh Shrader. Trey Hubbard, Matt Deaton, Jacob Tyree, and Grady Holmes also recorded tallies on the scoresheet in the win. In game 2 of the tournament, the Braves fell 6-1 to Indian Hill. They played the Cincinnati Swords in games 3 and 4, falling 4-3 on Saturday and 7-3 on Sunday. The Braves next game is December 2nd against Mason at 7:15 on the B Pad.
Don’t forget the Valerie Green award presentation is tomorrow during tutorial. There is no excuse for not going. Don’t forget you have a chance to be on FOX 19 and our school could win $2,500. Again, that’s tomorrow during tutorial.
That’s our broadcast today. I’m Patrick Geshan. Have a great Monday Talawanda!