We are currently holding a food drive. We are collecting canned goods, dry goods, boxed food, dish soap, and toiletries. They can be dropped off in either main office.
If you are or have a current Junior we are offering a new course next year, AP Research. Learn more about it here http://bit.ly/2QLRYgw There will be a meeting Monday December 17th from 6:00-7:00 at the high school.
If you are in 8th-11th grade, next year we will be offering a trip from Rome to Athens. You can learn about it here http://bit.ly/2Pt4Xzh There will be a meeting about it Monday, December 17th from 7:00-8:00 at the high school.
Both of these amazing groups of young artists have been asked to bring their shows to the OHEDTA State Conference in Akron, March 2019. ROMEO AND JULIET will present a 45 minute cutting and GIRLS LIKE THAT will be presented in its entirety. So proud of these students and their commitment to telling all the stories which affect their lives and their communities.
THE BULLDOG THEATER FESTIVAL DATES HAVE CHANGED! Due to an unusual storm of personal and artistic events, the Bulldog Theater Festival will move its opening out one week. In addition, each show will run *one weekend only.* The new dates are: GIRLS LIKE THAT: November 2,3 at 8 pm and November 4 at 2 pm. ROMEO AND JULIET: November 9, 10 at 8 pm and November 11 at 2 pm. Reserve your tickets in advance at http://showtix4u.com (search Bulldog Festival). Don’t miss these amazing students!
8th Grade students working and collaborating on their Kehinde Wiley paintings. For more info on Kehinde Wiley go to http://kehindewiley.com/
Girls Soccer wins! 2-1 against conference rival Middletown Christian! Goals scored by A. Griffis and T. Potter.
Girls soccer goes up 1-0 against Middletown Christian.
Attention 7th Grade Parents/Guardians: Don’t forget about our Into The Wild Parent Meeting this Wednesday, September 12th at 6pm in Rooms 106/107. We will be going over important information, collecting forms, answering questions, and signing up parent volunteers. Email Rebecca Eastman or Kate Lohmeyer with any questions.
The 9th grade Study Skills class kicked off their PBL project for the year, the YSHS Career Seminars. They attended a mock 10-year high school class reunion to get them thinking of what kinds of things they would like to accomplish in the next 14 years. They had fun mingling and telling their classmates all about it, followed by refreshments, of course.
McKinney 7th Graders: Make sure you prepare physically and mentally for our training ride tomorrow afternoon. It will be hot! Dress appropriately! Bring your bike, water bottle, and helmet ready to ride!
Auditions for the 2018 Fall Bulldog Theater Festival are 8/29 and 8/30! See the District Theater Website for information -- it's going to be AMAZING!