STUDENTS – Clean out your lockers and under your beds! Return or renew your library books before spring break. And while you’re at it, check out extra books to read over break.
ATTENTION STUDENTS – Tomorrow, March 20th we will “Test the Test” during intervention (be sure to complete your homework tonight!). Report to your RSH room for intervention period tomorrow. Everyone will log in to the test site and review the site and test taking tools available. You need to stay logged in the entire intervention period. Use this time to become familiar and comfortable with the test site. Charge your Chromebooks TONIGHT before you go to sleep!
DONATIONS FOR THE NEEDY – The National Honor Society Toiletries for the Needy Drive will conclude this Friday, March 23rd. Please contribute. Thank you to those who have.
ATTENTION MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS – Are you interested in theater but NOT being on stage? Do you have a flair for set design, costumes or make-up? Then this announcement is for you! Help is needed beginning early April for stage crew for the Middle School production of “Crumpled Classics.” You will need to be available beginning April 3rd for the weeks leading up to the performance and the nights of both shows. If you are interested in learning more about the theater program and/or would like to try your hand behind-the-scenes, please sign up with Mrs. Clevenger this week. Even if you have no experience, but are willing to lend a hand and learn something new, sign up!
D & D DRIVING SCHOOL – Cedar Cliff Schools and D & D Driving School will be offering driving classes to Cedarville High School students. This session will be held in June on the following dates: June 18-21 1:00-5:00pm and June 25-28 1:00-5:00pm. Classes will be held in Room C210. We need to have 20 students enrolled to offer this course. Sign up is available in the high school office.
CEDARVILLE UNIVERSITY SUMMER CAMP- Three day summer camp for high school students at Cedarville University on “The Morality of Free Markets” July 10-13, Register at FEE.org/seminars
GREENE DAY – This Thursday, March 22nd is the deadline to submit Greene Day permission slip for the April 4th Greene Day. See Mrs. Tingelstad for permission slips.
CAMP CARDIAC- Camp Cardiac & Camp Neuro are run by medical students in over 30 cities nationwide, these are a 1 week summer day camp for high school students interested in exploring careers in medicine. Students can learn more and register at www.campcardiac.org and www.campneuro.org.
CCP – CCP Intent Forms are due this Friday, March 23rd, 2018 to participate in the program next school year.
SENIORS – The Varsity “C” Blanket Award application is now available in the high school office. Completed applications are due this Friday, March 23rd.
SENIORS – Exercise your creativity and apply for a $1000 scholarship from the Community Blood Center. Create a campaign slogan for donating blood. Help save lives while earning cash for college. See Mrs. Tingelstad or Ms. Doyle for details.
SENIORS MAJORING IN MUSIC OR PERFORMING ARTS – This Friday, March 23rd is the deadline for the Barbara Bradfute Scholarship.
ATTENTION STUDENTS – The City of Kettering has various positions open for summer employment, as well as year round positions. See bulletin boards for details. Positions include, Lifeguard, Recreation Leader, Aquatic Manager, Swimming Instructor, and Water Park Attendant.
JUNIOR BOYS – The American Legion Buckeye Boys’ State is offering an opportunity for High School Junior boys to spend a week at Miami University where they will learn about the Ohio government. There is also an opportunity for students to earn several different scholarships in this program. For those interested visit https://www.ohiolegion.com/programs/buckeye-boys-state/.
STUDENTS – Duke University is offering summer camps for students in grades 9-12. Spaces will fill up quick, visit their website to apply; http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students; The Spirit of America Youth Leadership Program is offering a four day program to high school students interested in cultivating a better understanding of the rights and responsibilities of citizenship through different activities led by an experienced faculty and staff. Learn more about the Freedom Foundation at http://www.freedomsfoundation.org/file/3c23b860-a855-4ffd-ab90-ba58391f4082; Students interested in Miami University Bridges Program can now apply at http://miamioh.edu/admission/high-school/bridges/. Students in all grade levels who are interested in STEM programs and events visit http://wpafbstem.com/pages/k12programs.html; Hope College is hosting a junior visit day on April 6, 13, and 20. For more information visit hope.edu/wcba; UD SUMMER PROGRAMS – UD summer programs available in entrepreneurship and leadership for rising juniors, seniors and first year college students. Students will have the opportunity to earn three credit hours and compete for up to $10,000 in UD scholarship dollars. For more information visit go.udayton.edu/entrepreneurship101 and go.udayton.edu/leardership101.
WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY – WSU is offering a five-day summer business camp June 10-14th. Students will be exposed to economics, accounting, marketing, finance, management info, systems management, and entrepreneurship. This program is free and students have the opportunity to win a $500 scholarship to WSU. Space is limited, apply by Saturday, March 24, 2018 at www.wright.edu/pbi.
STUDENTS CURRENTLY IN GRADES 6-8 – Wright State is offering a two day summer camp on Exploring STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math & Medicine) for rising 7-9th grade students. For more information and registration visit www.wright/edu/precollege.
OSU RESIDENTIAL SUMMER PROGRAMS – Ohio Supercomputer Center offers residential summer programs at OSU for high school students entering their sophomore, junior or senior years who are interested in science and engineering. There is also a program available to middle school girls entering 7th or 8th grade who are interested in computer, math, science and engineering. For more information visit www.osc.edu/education/summer_programs. PROM DRESS CODE – For Girls: Dresses may be backless as long as they are not cut below the naval; Dresses may not have a slit that exceeds mid-thigh or fingertip length; Necklines of female students must not be lower than five inches from the base of the neck; Midriffs may not be exposed, this includes both the front and sides of the dress; Shorter dress lengths should be no high than three inches about the knee: Dresses should not be so tight as to “creep” up when student is moving. For Guys: Dress shirt and tie with dress pants are required. Jacket is optional; Pants should fit properly on the hip and not sag below the waistline; Dress shoes must be worn while in any public building; Tennis shoes and athletic shoes are unacceptable.