ATTENTION UNDERCLASSMEN- You must turn in your Chromebook and charger before leaving for summer break!
AP ENGLISH/ENGLISH 1111 – Students taking AP English/English 1111 next year need to pick up their summer assignment from Mrs. Anderson.
LIBRARY BOOKS & MAGAZINES – Remember to use your public library this summer!
ATTENTION STUDENTS – No lunch charges for the rest of the school year. All charges should have already been paid in full.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS – Mrs. Barber has a summer service project for you. Also, please check with Mrs. Tingelstad to make sure your senior schedule meets NHS requirements.
6TH & 7TH GRADE GIRLS –Open gyms for volleyball will be held Tuesdays & Thursdays this summer from 6-8pm in the middle school gym. The dates and times are listed on the school’s website Calendar of Events. The first open gym will be June 12th at 6pm. See you there!
YEARBOOK ORDERS - You will have until the end of July to order online at Jostens.com. There are only 5 pre-order books left, so don’t miss out on your opportunity to get this amazing book. See Mr. Rogers in C103 if you have any questions.
YEARBOOK PHOTOS – Anyone who has photos of Cedarville events could have their pictures featured in this year’s yearbook. Just download the Replayit App from your phone’s playstore or app store, select Cedarville High School as the institution and upload photos directly from your phones photo gallery. They could be selected and used in the yearbook. See Mr. Rogers in C103 if you have any questions about using the app.
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 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 FREE.org/seminars.
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.
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.
SOPHOMORES & JUNIORS – If you have attended Buckeye Boys’ State, Buckeye Girls’ State or the HOBY Leadership programs, you have the opportunity to compete for selection to attend the US Senate Youth Program. If you have attended or will be attending one of these programs and are interested in the US Senate youth Program see Mrs. Tingelstad for more details or visit http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Other-Resources/Scholarships/US-Senate-Youth-Program.
ATTENTION JUNIORS & SENIORS – If you are interested in joining the Ohio Attorney General Teen Ambassador Board, you need to submit applications by today. Applications available at http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/State-and-Local-Government/Schools/Teen-ambassoador-Board/Teen-Ambassador-Board-Application.
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/.
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.
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.