The Science Club will have blood drive sign-ups during the lunch periods this week. Sixteen year old donors are required to have a parent permission. The blood drive is Tuesday March 13th.
8th grade Spelling Bee finalists: Tristian Moeller, Caitlyn Noble, and Haley Frondorf, please meet in Mrs. Mills room at 2:45 today for a brief meeting before tonight's Ottawa County Spelling Bee. The Spelling Bee is at 6:30 at the Port Clinton Performing Arts Center unless rescheduled due to weather.
Academic Challenge Teams, practice this week will be on tomorrow (Wednesday) from 2:45-3:15pm in Mrs. Mills' room.
Buy that special someone a flower for Valentine’s Day. Order your flowers at lunch until February 9th for $2.00 each. The flowers will be delivered on Valentine’s Day
National Honor Society is collaborating with Oak Harbor DECA and will be having a paper drive for Ruth Ann’s house and Lighthouse sober living. Ruth Ann’s house is a battered woman and children shelter. Lighthouse sober living is a house for recovering addicts. Both serve Ottawa County Residents. Along with paper products, DECA would appreciate also donating toilette’s such as laundry detergent, toothbrushes, toothpaste, cleaning supplies and men’s soap and shampoo.
Seniors: in less than two weeks, you will be given detailed information about how to apply for more than 80 local scholarships! You will attend a meeting in the auditorium Feb 15 to learn about the process, but be prepared for several local scholarship opportunities coming up!
The Jr High Rocket wrestling team won the sbc tournament this past Saturday and crowning 5 champs. Eighth grade placers were: Robby Jacobsen, Jack Zeitzheim, and Ben Sage runner up, and champs were Cade Peterson 100 lbs, Michael Judge 106 lbs, Colby Sigurdson 118 lbs, and Dylan Schiets 174 lbs. Other eighth graders scoring points for the team were Nick Dewitz, Parker Lindsay, and Jayson England.