Announcements

December 9, 2016

 

2016-2017

Genoa Middle School Calendar 

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Dates Subject to Change 

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7th GRADE T-DAP

Please e-mail the School Nurse, Amy Loehnis at loehnisa@wcsoh.org the date your child received their T-Dap Booster.

 

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Pride Period: Academic Assistance Available for Students

 

Tutoring – Are you having difficulty writing that paragraph for Language Arts? Still have questions about last night’s math homework? Do you need a hand getting organized for the day?

Pride Period is your answer to those questions and more.

Every Tuesday through Friday, from 7:40 to 8:00 AM there are teachers waiting to help you with Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies or organization. In the mornings you can get a pass from teachers with Hall Duty to go back to the academic wings for help. You can also ask your teacher for a pass the day before you go to get help. For the afternoon, the process is the same … all you need is a pass to drop in and get assistance from a content teacher.

Pride Period, where teachers are here to help!

 
 

Daily Announcements

Today is Friday December 9th and it’s a B day.

Happy Birthday today and over the weekend to Chase G., Allan R., Anab A., Deshajuan C., Tasos C.and Jacob O.! Happy Birthday!

Attention all Genoa students, starting Monday, December 12th, the Genoa Student Council will be hosting the annual WARM Food Drive with a twist. Instead of just collecting canned foods to donate to WARM, we will be mixing it with a spirit week! That means in order to dress up for spirit week, you must bring in a canned good that corresponds with the food collected that day.

On Monday wear PJs and bring in toothpaste,

On Tuesday it’s crazy hair day and bring in canned fruit,

On Wednesday wear your clothes inside out and bring in condiments,

On Thursday wear Hawaiian clothes and bring in more canned fruit, and

On Friday wear holiday clothes and bring in hot cereal.

Make sure to tally up the number of cans you bring in each day, because the seminar that brings in the most canned goods each day gets a prize! And just a reminder to all student council members, make sure you bring in the goods your seminar collects each day to Mrs. Hinkle’s room during your seminar. Don’t miss out on a chance to help out those who are less fortunate in our community.

NJHS is collecting blankets. Blankets are needed in a BIG way  - PLEASE consider this need. Make one, purchase one, or bring in a used blanket that your family does not need any more(please make sure it is clean). There are homeless families that do not have any blankets therefore they are extremely cold. Njhs members have come up with 60 blankets and we are trying to get to 100. You can turn in your blankets in the lobby before school on or before the 16 of december. One blanket will get you one can of pop. Also there is a way to make blankets from plastic bags - if you do not have a blanket  bring in plastic bags. If you want to see one of these blankets see mrs. paolini. We can make a difference one blanket at a time.

Congratulations to the 8th Grade Boys Basketball Team for sweeping Gahanna this week.  On Tuesday the Jags beat Gahanna West 49-30. Leading strong offensive efforts were Peter P. and Luke P. and great overall efforts came from Luke S. and Luke W.. Last night, the Jags beat Gahanna East 39-30.  They opened up a big first half lead and maintained the big lead throughout behind a great team defensive effort led by MJ D. They were led on offense by Will J. and Tasos C..

Hey Jags!  Do you like to tinker?  Then Robotics Club is for you.  We will be meeting every Tuesday beginning January 9th in lab 120 directly after school.  Meetings will end at 4:30.  All grades are welcome and no previous experience is needed.  Hope to see you there!

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip...The next deposit is due January 13, 2017. The amount due is $195. Please make sure the deposit is paid on time to Prodigy Student Travel. Any questions see Miss. Frownfelter or your history teacher!

Attention ALL jaguars!! NEXT tuesday (the 13th) there is a home basketball game for the 7th and 8th grade boys basketball teams and theme is black out! So tell your friends and spread the word! We want a HUGE student section for this game. If you are not attending the game wear black anyways to support the jaguar teams! Remember the 7th grade game starts at 5:00 pm and the 8th grade game following.  

 

 

Today is Thursday December 8th and it’s an A day.

Happy Birthday today to Kaylie M.! Happy Birthday!

Attention all Genoa students, starting Monday, December 12th, the Genoa Student Council will be hosting the annual WARM Food Drive with a twist. Instead of just collecting canned foods to donate to WARM, we will be mixing it with a spirit week! That means in order to dress up for spirit week, you must bring in a canned good that corresponds with the food collected that day.

On Monday wear PJs and bring in toothpaste,

On Tuesday it’s crazy hair day and bring in canned fruit,

On Wednesday wear your clothes inside out and bring in condiments,

On Thursday wear Hawaiian clothes and bring in more canned fruit, and

On Friday wear holiday clothes and bring in hot cereal.

Make sure to tally up the number of cans you bring in each day, because the seminar that brings in the most canned goods each day gets a prize! And just a reminder to all student council members, make sure you bring in the goods your seminar collects each day to Mrs. Hinkle’s room during your seminar. Don’t miss out on a chance to help out those who are less fortunate in our community.

Blankets are needed in a BIG way  - PLEASE consider this need. Make one, purchase one, or bring in a used blanket that your family does not need any more (please make sure it is clean). There are homeless families that do not have any blankets  therefore they are extremely cold. Njhs members have come up with 60 blankets and we are trying to get to 100. You can turn in your blankets  in the lobby before school on or before the 16 of december. One blanket will get you one can of pop. Also there is a way to make blankets from plastic bags - if you do not have a blanket  bring in plastic bags. If you want to see one of these blankets see Mrs. Paolini. We can make a difference one blanket at a time.

6th grade TGIF participants - we have TGIF tomorrow. Please go straight to the teacher's lounge in the cafeteria instead of going to seminar!!   A reminder to the 7th and 8th grade GAL members that we have a meeting tomorrow, Friday, after school from 2:45pm-5pm in the Media Center. The High School leaders and Maylin are excited to see you there!!"

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip...The next deposit is due January 13, 2017. The amount due is $195. Please make sure the deposit is paid on time to Prodigy Student Travel. Any questions see Miss. Frownfelter or your history teacher!

 

 

Today is Wednesday December 7th and it’s an B day.

Attention all Genoa students, starting Monday, December 12th, the Genoa Student Council will be hosting the annual WARM Food Drive with a twist. Instead of just collecting canned foods to donate to WARM, we will be mixing it with a spirit week! That means in order to dress up for spirit week, you must bring in a canned good that corresponds with the food collected that day.

On Monday wear PJs and bring in toothpaste,

On Tuesday it’s crazy hair day and bring in canned fruit,

On Wednesday wear your clothes inside out and bring in condiments,

On Thursday wear Hawaiian clothes and bring in more canned fruit, and

On Friday wear holiday clothes and bring in hot cereal.

Make sure to tally up the number of cans you bring in each day, because the seminar that brings in the most canned goods each day gets a prize! And just a reminder to all student council members, make sure you bring in the goods your seminar collects each day to Mrs. Hinkle’s room during your seminar. Don’t miss out on a chance to help out those who are less fortunate in our community.

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip...The next deposit is due January 13, 2017. The amount due is $195. Please make sure the deposit is paid on time to Prodigy Student Travel. Any questions see Miss. Frownfelter or your history teacher!

Hey Jags!  Do you like to tinker?  Than Robotics Club is for you!  We will be meeting every Tuesday beginning January 9th in lab 120 directly after school.  Meetings will end at 4:30.  All grades are welcome and no previous experience is needed.  Hope to see you there!

The 8th Grade Girls Basketball Team won over Gahanna West 29-25 last night! The girls are 2-1 so far this season and play again Thursday right after the 7th graders. Come out and support them! Great Job girls! GO JAGS!

7th grade Lady Jags pulled out the Big win over Gahanna West with a 2-0 winning streak at home and 2-1 overall record. Charia S., the leading scorer, had an outstanding performance, both at the post and free throw line. Ashley K. followed with three jump shots in the 3rd quarter. Ka'mya W., Emily M. and Camille A. all contributed to the offensive scoreboard. An energetic defense by the entire team helped seal the WIN. Don't forget the lady Jags will be at home again Thursday, come out and support!

 

 

Today is Tuesday December 6th and it’s an A day.

Happy Birthday today to Elijah P! Happy Birthday

Hey Jags!  Do you like to tinker?  Then robotics club is for you.  We will be meeting every Tuesday beginning January 9th in lab 120 directly after school.  Meetings will end at 4:30.  All grades are welcome and no previous experience is needed.  Hope to see you there!

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip...The next deposit is due January 13, 2017. The amount due is $195. Please make sure the deposit is paid on time to Prodigy Student Travel. Any questions see Miss. Frownfelter or your history teacher!

Attention all Genoa students, starting Monday, December 12th, the Genoa Student Council will be hosting the annual WARM Food Drive with a twist. Instead of just collecting canned foods to donate to WARM, we will be mixing it with a spirit week! That means in order to dress up for spirit week, you must bring in a canned good that corresponds with the food collected that day.

On Monday wear PJs and bring in toothpaste,

On Tuesday it’s crazy hair day and bring in canned fruit,

On Wednesday wear your clothes inside out and bring in condiments,

On Thursday wear Hawaiian clothes and bring in more canned fruit, and

On Friday wear holiday clothes and bring in hot cereal.

Make sure to tally up the number of cans you bring in each day, because the seminar that brings in the most canned goods each day gets a prize! And just a reminder to all student council members, make sure you bring in the goods your seminar collects each day to Mrs. Hinkle’s room during your seminar. Don’t miss out on a chance to help out those who are less fortunate in our community.

 

Today is Monday December 5th and it’s an B day.

Happy Birthday today to Mrs. Loehnis, Abadir S. and Vivian Y.! Happy Birthday!

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip...The next deposit is due January 13, 2017. The amount due is $195. Please make sure the deposit is paid on time to Prodigy Student Travel. Any questions see Miss. Frownfelter or your history teacher!

Attention all Genoa students, starting Monday, December 12th, the Genoa Student Council will be hosting the annual WARM Food Drive with a twist. Instead of just collecting canned foods to donate to WARM, we will be mixing it with a spirit week! That means in order to dress up for spirit week, you must bring in a canned good that corresponds with the food collected that day.

On Monday wear PJs and bring in toothpaste,

On Tuesday it’s crazy hair day and bring in fruit,

On Wednesday wear your clothes inside out and bring in condiments,

On Thursday wear Hawaiian clothes and bring in more fruit, and

On Friday wear holiday clothes and bring in hot cereal.

Make sure to tally up the number of cans you bring in each day, because the seminar that brings in the most canned goods each day gets a prize! And just a reminder to all student council members, make sure you bring in the goods your seminar collects each day to Mrs. Hinkle’s room during your seminar. Don’t miss out on a chance to help out those who are less fortunate in our community.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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