Daily Announcements

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Today is a Gold Day.

 

Last Football Dance—The last dance of the football season will be this TOMORROW night after the football game.  t is sponsored by Girls Basketball.

 

Attention students in grades 7th, 8th, and 9th grade

Seventh, eighth and ninth grade students will meet on Tuesday September 26 during Tiger Time in the middle auditorium. At this meeting students will view a video on bicycle safety. After viewing students will “pair and share” where they will discuss what they viewed with partners. The meeting will conclude with students sharing what they learned on exit tickets to the proctors as they leave the room.

Thank you,

Mr. Childs, Proud Principal

 

 

Attention Students interested in ART CLUB

Come to the call out meeting today during Tiger Time in room 302. If you are not able to make it, email Mrs. Overfield and let her know that you are interested.

 

Seniors—If you have not received your required vaccination for Senior year, please do so.  Letters are being sent to parents indicating that these are past due.  If the proper paperwork is not filed, you can be excluded from school until complete.

 

TIGER TIME COMPETITION! CLASS WINNER WILL RECEIVE DONUTS!

The National Honor’s Society is collecting donations for the Veteran’s Fair Drive starting Monday Sept. 25th.

They are in need of toiletries such as: toothbrushes, toothpaste, toothbrush holders, deodorant, soap, soap holders, dental floss, combs, disposable razors, shaving cream, shampoo, etc. (Please keep these items full size if possible.) You can also donate socks, gloves, or cold weather hats. If you don’t have time to shop you can also give a monetary donation. The Tiger Time that brings in the most items will win free donuts, courtesy of the NHS. Thanks!

 

Color Guard—There will be color guard try outs September 26th and September 28th from 6-9 at the elementary gym for winter guard.  Everyone is welcome.  If interested please contact Mr. Sloniker for more information.

 

FCCLA—Current FCCLA Member and anyone interested in learning more about Family, Career, Community Leaders of America, we will be having our 2017 Fall State Leadership Rally at Ivy Tech Community College Culinary and Conference Center in Indianapolis on Wednesday, September 27.

Students will gain valuable FCCLA knowledge, leadership skills, and participate in interactive tours Ivy Tech programs related to Family and Consumer Sciences pathways including: Culinary Arts and Hospitality, Education and Training, and Human Services.

If you are interested in attending and “Launching into Leadership” with FCCLA, please see Mrs. Hobson in room 114 for more information. Deadline for sign up is, TODAY, Thursday, September 21.

 

Washington DC Trip—Next Thursday, September 28th at 7:30pm there will be a mandatory Washington D.C meeting in the auditorium. All students and their guardians that are attending the trip must be there. We have important information to share with you about the trip.

 

Senior Information:

Ivy Tech Open House—Please see the flyer at the end of the announcements.

 

Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship

Since 1994, the Wendy’s® High School Heisman® Scholarship has been recognizing and rewarding senior athletes who excel in the classroom, on the field, and in the community. This year, we’re awarding $1

50,000 in college scholarships. Give your most well-rounded seniors a shot at winning.

100 Scholarship Winners. 2 From Every State.
The Wendy’s High School Heisman recognizes 2 winners—one male athlete and one female athlete—from each state.

  • 90 State Winners receive a $1,000 scholarship
  • 10 State Winners move on as National Finalists with a chance to attend the Wendy’s High School Heisman weekend in New York City
  • 8 National Finalists receive a $5,000 scholarship
  • 2 National Winners receive a $10,000 scholarship along with national honor and recognition during ESPN’s telecast of the college Heisman Memorial Trophy presentation
  • Plus, the first 1,000 applicants get a $10 Wendy’s gift card!

They’ve done the hard work. Now, they just need to apply. 
Winning the Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship requires a GPA of 3.0 or better, participation in at least one school-sponsored sport, and demonstrated leadership at school and in the community. You have students who have worked hard for years to make the grade. Now help them get the recognition they deserve:

 

Athletic Results

8TH Grade Volleyball

The 8th grade Lady Tigers defeated Connersville 25-12, 25-13. Marissa Slagle had an outstanding evening with  12 total service points, 5 aces, 2kills, and 3 digs. Allison Ayotte played great at the net with 12 total hit attempts 2 kills of her own and 13 assists. Madison Pruitt had her best hitting game tonight totaling 3 kills. Bethany Castle was tough in the back row and got 8 digs and two kills and Mya Edwards added 5 digs herself. The Tigers play again tonight against Centerville at home at 6pm. Record is now 7-1

 

 

Lunch—Follow the link

http://nettlecreekschools.nutrislice.com/

 

Have a great day!

 

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Today is a Purple Day.

 

Relax & Read in the Library: Congratulations to Autumn Harrison and Mr. Drake’s Tiger Time. They have the opportunity to Relax & Read in the library today.

 

Last Football Dance—The last dance of the football season will be this Friday night after the football game.  Please have your dance requests to the front office by 3:00 pm TODAY, Wednesday.  It is sponsored by Girls Basketball.

 

Seniors—If you have not received your required vaccination for Senior year, please do so.  Letters are being sent to parents indicating that these are past due.  If the proper paperwork is not filed, you can be excluded from school until complete.

 

Seniors—Herff Jones will hold a meeting in the auditorium THIS EVENING at 6:00 pm to discuss with you and your parents about the cap, gown, announcements and other senior items.  If you did not receive a packet, please see Mr. Oliger or Mr. Kindt.

 

TIGER TIME COMPETITION! CLASS WINNER WILL RECEIVE DONUTS!

The National Honor’s Society is collecting donations for the Veteran’s Fair Drive starting Monday Sept. 25th.

They are in need of toiletries such as: toothbrushes, toothpaste, toothbrush holders, deodorant, soap, soap holders, dental floss, combs, disposable razors, shaving cream, shampoo, etc. (Please keep these items full size if possible.) You can also donate socks, gloves, or cold weather hats. If you don’t have time to shop you can also give a monetary donation. The Tiger Time that brings in the most items will win free donuts, courtesy of the NHS. Thanks!

 

Color Guard—There will be color guard try outs September 26th and September 28th from 6-9 at the elementary gym for winter guard.  Everyone is welcome.  If interested please contact Mr. Sloniker for more information.

 

FCCLA—Current FCCLA Member and anyone interested in learning more about Family, Career, Community Leaders of America, we will be having our 2017 Fall State Leadership Rally at Ivy Tech Community College Culinary and Conference Center in Indianapolis on Wednesday, September 27.

Students will gain valuable FCCLA knowledge, leadership skills, and participate in interactive tours Ivy Tech programs related to Family and Consumer Sciences pathways including: Culinary Arts and Hospitality, Education and Training, and Human Services.

If you are interested in attending and “Launching into Leadership” with FCCLA, please see Mrs. Hobson in room 114 for more information. Deadline for sign up is, TOMORROW, Thursday, September 21.

 

Costa Rica Trip—A trip to Costa Rica is currently being organized for June of 2018.  This may be our last trip to Costa Rica in your high school career and your only chance to travel to a tropical paradise and work with endangered sea turtles and see all sorts of other rainforest animals while have a great time on a great adventure with your friends.  Please do not assume this trip is happening every year and you can wait to go at a later time!

An organizational meeting for you and your parents was held on September 11th at 7:00 pm in Mrs. Bowman’s room.  

Another Meeting is scheduled for TODAY, Wednesday, September 20th at the same time in the same place.

This trip is totally voluntary and is open to students grades 7 to 12.  Parents/ adults are also able to attend but need to understand this trip is going to involve staying in cabins and getting dirty….adults going need to be prepared to get physical and be adventurous.

See this link for more information and see you at one of the parent meetings to get you started on your trip to Costa Rica!

 

Washington DC Trip—Next Thursday, September 28th at 7:30pm there will be a mandatory Washington D.C meeting in the auditorium. All students and their guardians that are attending the trip must be there. We have important information to share with you about the trip.

 

Senior Information:

Ivy Tech Open House—Please see the flyer at the end of the announcements.

 

Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship

Since 1994, the Wendy’s® High School Heisman® Scholarship has been recognizing and rewarding senior athletes who excel in the classroom, on the field, and in the community. This year, we’re awarding $1

50,000 in college scholarships. Give your most well-rounded seniors a shot at winning.

100 Scholarship Winners. 2 From Every State.
The Wendy’s High School Heisman recognizes 2 winners—one male athlete and one female athlete—from each state.

  • 90 State Winners receive a $1,000 scholarship
  • 10 State Winners move on as National Finalists with a chance to attend the Wendy’s High School Heisman weekend in New York City
  • 8 National Finalists receive a $5,000 scholarship
  • 2 National Winners receive a $10,000 scholarship along with national honor and recognition during ESPN’s telecast of the college Heisman Memorial Trophy presentation
  • Plus, the first 1,000 applicants get a $10 Wendy’s gift card!

They’ve done the hard work. Now, they just need to apply. 
Winning the Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship requires a GPA of 3.0 or better, participation in at least one school-sponsored sport, and demonstrated leadership at school and in the community. You have students who have worked hard for years to make the grade. Now help them get the recognition they deserve:

 

Athletic Results

Boys First, Girls Eighth at Connersville Cross Country Invite

Hagerstown’s boys won the Connersville Cross Country Invitational for the fourth consecutive year on Tuesday evening.  Seventeen teams of all classes competed on the difficult course under oppressive heat, but the Tigers responded well to the adverse conditions to hold-off a talented East Central squad.  Kaleb Slagle was the top Tiger at fifth place.  Logan Tuttle held off a charge by two East Central runners to place seventh while Eli Halcomb overtook two EC runners in the final mile to finish ninth and seal the win for HHS. Holden Robinson placed 21st, Dylan Napier 22nd, Seth Richards 46th and Alexander McKee 48th in a field of 102 runners.

 

Top Five Team Scores:  HHS 64, East Central 67, Delta 112, Seton 132, Lincoln 154

 

The boys also performed well in the JV race with Blake Creech finishing third, Adam Nadler eighth, Gage James 38th, and David Holt 39th.

 

Logan McRoberts was the top finisher for the ladies at 23rd, leading her team to an eighth-place finish also of 17 teams.  Other Tiger placings included Anna Shafer 37th, Madison Zetzl 46th, Maci Matanich 49th, Teresa Rojas 55th, Baylee Foor 58th, and Kassidy Oliger 62nd in a field of 87 girls.

 

Top Five Team Scores:  East Central 46, Rushville 81, Union County 91, Centerville 131, Delta 142

 

 

Lunch—Follow the link

http://nettlecreekschools.nutrislice.com/

 

Have a great day!

 

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Today is Gold Day.

 

Last Football Dance—The last dance of the football season will be this Friday night after the football game.  Please have your dance requests to the front office by 3:00 pm tomorrow, Wednesday.  It is sponsored by Girls Basketball.

 

Seniors—If you have not received your required vaccination for Senior year, please do so.  Letters are being sent to parents indicating that these are past due.  If the proper paperwork is not filed, you can be excluded from school until complete.

 

Seniors—Cap & Gown packets will be delivered on today or tomorrow and Herff Jones will hold a meeting in the auditorium TOMORROW evening at 6:00 pm to discuss with you and your parents about the packages.

 

Color Guard—There will be color guard try outs September 26th and September 28th from 6-9 at the elementary gym for winter guard.  Everyone is welcome.  If interested please contact Mr. Sloniker for more information.

 

FCCLA—Current FCCLA Member and anyone interested in learning more about Family, Career, Community Leaders of America, we will be having our 2017 Fall State Leadership Rally at Ivy Tech Community College Culinary and Conference Center in Indianapolis on Wednesday, September 27.

Students will gain valuable FCCLA knowledge, leadership skills, and participate in interactive tours Ivy Tech programs related to Family and Consumer Sciences pathways including: Culinary Arts and Hospitality, Education and Training, and Human Services.

If you are interested in attending and “Launching into Leadership” with FCCLA, please see Mrs. Hobson in room 114 for more information. Deadline for sign up is Thursday, September 21.

 

Costa Rica Trip—A trip to Costa Rica is currently being organized for June of 2018.  This may be our last trip to Costa Rica in your high school career and your only chance to travel to a tropical paradise and work with endangered sea turtles and see all sorts of other rainforest animals while have a great time on a great adventure with your friends.  Please do not assume this trip is happening every year and you can wait to go at a later time!

An organizational meeting for you and your parents was held on September 11th at 7:00 pm in Mrs. Bowman’s room.  

Another Meeting is scheduled for TOMORROW, Wednesday September 20th at the same time in the same place.

This trip is totally voluntary and is open to students grades 7 to 12.  Parents/ adults are also able to attend but need to understand this trip is going to involve staying in cabins and getting dirty….adults going need to be prepared to get physical and be adventurous.

See this link for more information and see you at one of the parent meetings to get you started on your trip to Costa Rica!

 

Washington DC Trip—There will be a Washington DC trip meeting September 28th at 7:30 in the auditorium. All students, parents and guardians going on the trip must attend this meeting. We will send papers home later this week. Please share with your parents!

 

Senior Information:

Ivy Tech Open House—Please see the flyer at the end of the announcements.

 

Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship

Since 1994, the Wendy’s® High School Heisman® Scholarship has been recognizing and rewarding senior athletes who excel in the classroom, on the field, and in the community. This year, we’re awarding $1

50,000 in college scholarships. Give your most well-rounded seniors a shot at winning.

100 Scholarship Winners. 2 From Every State.
The Wendy’s High School Heisman recognizes 2 winners—one male athlete and one female athlete—from each state.

  • 90 State Winners receive a $1,000 scholarship
  • 10 State Winners move on as National Finalists with a chance to attend the Wendy’s High School Heisman weekend in New York City
  • 8 National Finalists receive a $5,000 scholarship
  • 2 National Winners receive a $10,000 scholarship along with national honor and recognition during ESPN’s telecast of the college Heisman Memorial Trophy presentation
  • Plus, the first 1,000 applicants get a $10 Wendy’s gift card!

They’ve done the hard work. Now, they just need to apply. 
Winning the Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship requires a GPA of 3.0 or better, participation in at least one school-sponsored sport, and demonstrated leadership at school and in the community. You have students who have worked hard for years to make the grade. Now help them get the recognition they deserve:

 

Athletic Results

JV Football

Hagerstown fell 26-0 Monday evening at Lapel. Hunter Marshall and Braden Himelick each had an interception and Brayden McCormack a fumble recovery for the Tigers. The JV Tigers are now 1-2 on the year and play host to Winchester next Monday.

 

Junior High Cross Country

The junior high Tigers competed at Tri yesterday in a match up that also included Shenandoah in a three-way meet. Each team managed a second place with the boys only losing first by three points on a hot and muggy day of racing.

 

Girls: Strong performances were of note but special consideration goes to Haven Ragen who finished a very respectable second place to an extremely tough runner from Tri. Rounding out the scoring were: Ava Moore, 7th; Taylor Pass, 8th; Hannah Ridge, 12th; and Korah Neal, 14th in a field of 35 runners.

 

Boys: Quentin Osborne did it again remaining undefeated on the season easily taking the top spot a minute and 20 seconds ahead of second place. Also scoring were: Carter Jenkins, 4th; Ryan Hilly Hill, 6th; Quaid Mull, 12th; and Elijah DeBruler, 13th among 26 runners.

 

Both teams compete next on Saturday, 9/23, at the Eagle Invitational at the Muncie Sports Plex hosted by Delta.

 

High School Volleyball

The Varsity Volleyball Team improved their TEC record to 4-0 last night after defeating Union City 25-9, 25-8, 25-9.  Regan Tinkle, Jessica Swimm, Beth Jenkins and Lanie McClanahan each had 6 kills.  Lanie also added 4 aces.  Alexis Ellis put up 6 blocks and Beth Jenkins had 19 assists.  Their overall record is 18-1.

 

The JV Volleyball Team is also 4-0 in the TEC after defeating Union City 25-22, 25-13.  Kenzie Slagle had 13 points, 4 aces and 11 assists.  Ashley Vinson had 7 points and 6 kills while Hallie Rogers had 6 points and 7 kills.  Their record is 14-1.

 

 

Lunch—Follow the link

http://nettlecreekschools.nutrislice.com/

 

Have a great day!

 

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