Steel Magnolias was this year’s senior play. The play cast required all girls. “I had such a great time in my last ever high school play!” said senior Anna Kemple. Photo by Olivia King
Senior Joey Hoffman pitches at a varsity game against West Washington Photo by Olivia King
Although President Snow hates a tie, Charlie Chapman and Alicia Hitner won the Hunger Games, and Erica Laws eliminated the most people.
Girls track members need to return uniforms and sweats by next Tuesday or you will have to pay for them.
The AP US History class presented their projects at the Night at the Museum display. The display had to be interactive and was a very in-depth project. “I liked this project because it was something different,” said junior Kylene Baker Photo by Olivia King
The Lady Rams softball team was defeated at home by Brownstown Central, 1-6. The JV was also defeated , 0-9. The baseball team was also defeated by Lanesville, 6-7 in 12 innings. The tennis team defeated BNL with a score of 4-1. Individual winners for the Rams were Abbie Franklin, Meagan Dooley, Jessica Fullington and …
Sophomore Jessica Fullington hits the ball back to her opponent. Photo by Victoria Kesterson
FCA will meet this Friday at the Ritz at 6:45am for our final meeting of the school year.
Sophomore Jessica Fullington prepares for her opponent to serve the ball Photo by Victoria Kesterson
Thanks to everyone who attended last night’s “Night at the Museum.” The Advanced U.S. History students displayed their three-dimensional exhibits for a large audience. Congratulations go to Olivia Strother who was received the most votes for this year’s People’s Choice Award.
Students, looking for a chance to take a shot at a teacher with a whipped cream pie? Junior high SADD is giving you a chance this week by collecting donations. Each teacher in the running will have a pie pan on their desk accepting donations this week. The teacher who collects the most money will …
Jessica Fullington gets ready as her opponent serves the ball Photo by Victoria Kesterson
Any 7th Grade student interested in participating next year on the Jr. Division Spell Bowl team should see Mrs. Brown in room 206 for a copy of the word list.
Robotics Club will meet Thursday after school for club picture.
It is not too late to sign up for Cheer tryouts! Junior high and High School students interested, please sign up in the guidance office. There will be fall and winter cheer teams. If you play other sports, but would still like to participate in cheerleading, you can try out to be a football cheerleader …
The Drama Club would like to congratulate and welcome two new board members, Tori Mills and Chase Meehan
Tri-Hi-Y will be finishing superhero capes for homeless children Tuesday, May 20 after school.
This Thursday and Friday is the girls Senior Play: Steel Magnolias. The prices are $4 for students and $5 for adults. The senior girls are Anna Kemple, Lindsay Begely, Ashley Allen, and Beth Nobblit.
Any girl in Junior High or High School interested in playing volleyball next year please come to a meeting in Miss Bough’s room Friday during homeroom.
Congratulations to the high school Academic Super Bowl English team consisting of Anna Kemple, Melody Pinnick, and Tristan Murphy for their 3rd place finish at state competition on Saturday. All three students put in a lot of hard work and they were rewarded with a bronze medal following Saturday’s competition at Purdue University. Well done!
Junior Ruger Gill helps hold up the canopy as students decorate for the 2014 Prom. Photo by Heather Rodewig
Student Council permission slips for the trip to Big Splash are due Friday, May 16th. Please return them to Mrs. Noble as soon as possible.
Senior Joey Hoffman swings as the ball is hitting his bat for a base hit. Photo by Ty Minton
Drama and Tri-Hi-Y students wanting to run for office needs to complete a form by the end of the day today. Tri-Hi-Y service award applications are due Friday. Drama and Tri-Hi-Y will meet Friday to vote for officers for next year and to discuss other important business.
Next Wednesday students from both the art and photo departments will be presenting their work at the seventh annual photo and art show. The show will be in the auditorium entry on Wednesday starting during lunch. Students are welcome to come to the show to view student work and may purchase photos if desired. The …
Sophomore, Carter Chastain, drives with the goggles on during the drunk driving experiment during lunch on Tuesday.
he Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be meeting at the Ritz this Friday at 6:45 am
Senior, Zoe Dyer, drives through the cones during the drunken driving experiment during lunch.
If you would like to run for office for Tri-Hi-Y or be on the board for Drama Club, pick up an application outside room 111 and return to Mrs. Wishart by May 8. Members of both clubs should plan to attend a meeting during homeroom this Friday.
Any junior high and high school students interested in trying out for cheerleading for the fall or winter seasons, please sign up in the guidance office with Ms. Kerley or Mrs. Parks!
Eighth graders Callie Baker and Ali Kerby help decorate the doors for junior high morp.
The greenhouse will be open Mondays and Thursdays until 4:30 and Tuesday, Wednesday, and Fridays until 3:30. We have a wide variety of vegetable and flowering plants. All packs will be $1.50 and all Hanging baskets will be $7.00. Get in early for the best selection.
Robotic club meeting during homeroom. Wear club shirt of black t-shirt.
The Teens of the Public Library will meet on Wednesday, May 7 at 3:10 P.M. in the Champions’ Conference Room. Refreshments will be provided. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.
Sophomore Erika Andis works on painting her prom decoration. Photo by Emily Condra
Congratulations to the super mileage team. They finished 4th in the urban concept category with 125 miles per gallon and 12th in the Prototype category with 853.17 miles per gallon at the Shell Eco Marathon in Houston Texas. Great job guys!