Announcements

April 28, 2016

 

2015-2016

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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.

 

Genoa Middle School Staff Member of the Month Nomination Form Link

 

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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 Thursday, April 28th, and it’s a B day.

TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY TO BRING IN YOUR BLANKETS TO HELP BENEFIT STARHOUSE. STARHOUSE IS AN ORGANIZATION THAT HELPS HOMELESS TEENS WITH FOOD, CLOTHING, AND A NEW LIFE. DUE TO THE EXTENDED COLD WEATHER, THERE IS A GREAT NEED FOR BLANKETS. WE ARE ASKING YOU TO DONATE CLEAN, GENTLY USED BLANKETS OR A MONEY DONATION TO BENEFIT THIS CAUSE. WE SET A SCHOOL GOAL OF 50 BLANKETS AND AS OF YESTERDAY, WE ARE ONLY 14 BLANKETS AWAY FROM MEETING OUR GOAL. ANY BLANKETS OR MONEY CAN BE GIVEN TO MRS. PAOLINI IN ROOM 167 OR PLACED IN THE MARKED BOX IN THE LOBBY. WE HAVE LOLLIPOPS AND SODA FOR THOSE WHO CONTRIBUTE. KEEP UP THE GREAT EFFORT JAGS!

Attention to any 8th grade boys that are interested in playing golf and heading to Westerville South next year.  There will be an informational meeting at South on Tuesday, May 4th at 7pm in the Media Center.  Please come with at least one parent. Even if you have never played on a golf team before, feel free to come and hear about our program!  If you are unable to attend, please pick up a flyer in the main office.

Attention Musicians!

Drum line/Front Ensemble Clinics for the South Marching Band begin April 26Th from 3:30-6:30 in the South HS Band Room. These dates are for ALL percussion and Front Ensemble students heading to South High School and interested in the South Marching Band this fall. There are no “tryouts” for this ensemble, but during these clinics we will find out where each student best fits into the group! If you are involved in choir, orchestra, or theater but don't play a “band” instrument? Look no further, we'll get you involved! If you are willing to learn then we are willing to teach you. Come be a part of this fantastic group of young students at Westerville South!

Going on the DC trip?  Don’t worry!  We’ll work with you.

Total Spring Clinic dates and Times:

*All clinics are 3:30-6:30 p.m. At South HS

April 26th, 27th, & 28th.

May 2nd ,4th, 10th, 11th, & 12th

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip...May 2 is lunch with a chaperone! Remember to try to pack your lunch that day if possible! If you need a front of the line pass ask your history teacher. Listen up for the classroom you will be eating in.

Bus 1) 198

Bus 2)195

Bus 3) 196

Bus 4) 193

Bus 5)184

 

Sombrero, cap, lid, stocking, baseball, helmet, fedora - big, small - head covering, mortarboard. Nurse, police, hard hat, cowboy, chef.

Why do we wear hats?

to cover our heads

religious reasons

ceremonial reasons

indicator of social status

to tell a branch of service

protection from the sun

AND to raise money for the Faith Pruden Foundation!  We had a pajama day and made $500.00 - half of our goal.

Get your money, only a dollar, and find a great hat. Prepare to wear those hats on Friday, April 29.

You can purchase your ticket in the lobby of school starting tomorrow, April 27 or during lunch from NJHS students.

Attention all who enjoy a cookie on a stick - the final box top contest is under way. The HOMEROOM at each grade level (homerooms must have at least 100) with the most BOX TOPS on Friday,  May 13 at 8 am will enjoy cookies on a stick the following week. Get out there call your grandparents, family members, neighbors and BEG them to cut out those box tops and give them to you!

 

Today is Wednesday, April 27 and it’s an A day.

Happy Birthday today to Sam R., Julien S. and Justin W.. Happy Birthday!

The 8th Grade 9  scored a 13-8 victory ,on the road, over Berkshire. Cami C. pitched well and surrendered only 4 hits and struck out seven. After a poor start defensively, the team settled in and made some fine plays. The Jags’ bats came alive with a 16 hit attack. Leading the attack with 3 hits were Rease G., Danielle I. and Stephanie C.. Riley K and Rachael F. had 2 hits apiece. Cami C. was robbed several time but did get a hit along with Miranda B. and Olivia C.. Aubrey J. played well in the outfield and reached base twice. Play of the day came from Olivia C. who made a fine catch in the outfield and threw to second to complete a double play. Go Jags !!!!

The Genoa Girls Track team placed 2nd at Monday's 3 Dogs and a Cat meet! Standouts include: Kate B. first in the long jump, softball and track star; Abigail R. placed 4th in the shot put, Remi S. was 4th in the 800, Alexa H. won the 100 meter hurdles, Sophia W. placed 2nd in the 100 hurdles and won the 200 hurdles, and Skylar T. won the 200 meters! Great job ladies! Come support the Jags at the last home meet -- today at 5 pm!

THE NJHS BLANKET DRIVE HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL THIS FRIDAY, 4/29. ALL BLANKETS DONATE WILL BE DONATED TO STARHOUSE. STARHOUSE IS AN ORGANIZATION THAT HELPS HOMELESS TEENS WITH FOOD, CLOTHING, AND A NEW LIFE. DUE TO THE EXTENDED COLD WEATHER, THERE IS A GREAT NEED FOR BLANKETS. WE ARE ASKING YOU TO DONATE CLEAN, GENTLY USED BLANKETS OR A MONEY DONATION TO BENEFIT THIS CAUSE. OUR SCHOOL GOAL IS TO DONATE 50 BLANKETS AND AS OF YESTERDAY, WE HAVE 35 BLANKETS. ANY BLANKETS OR MONEY CAN BE GIVEN TO MRS. PAOLINI IN ROOM 167 OR PLACED IN THE MARKED BOX IN THE LOBBY. WE HAVE LOLLIPOPS AND SODA FOR THOSE WHO CONTRIBUTE. KEEP UP THE GREAT EFFORT JAGS!

Attention to any 8th grade boys that are interested in playing golf and heading to Westerville South next year.  There will be an informational meeting at South on Tuesday, May 4th at 7pm in the Media Center.  Please come with at least one parent. Even if you have never played on a golf team before, feel free to come and hear about our program!  If you are unable to attend, please pick up a flyer in the main office.

Attention Musicians!

Drum line/Front Ensemble Clinics for the South Marching Band begin April 26Th from 3:30-6:30 in the South HS Band Room. These dates are for ALL percussion and Front Ensemble students heading to South High School and interested in the South Marching Band this fall. There are no “tryouts” for this ensemble, but during these clinics we will find out where each student best fits into the group! If you are involved in choir, orchestra, or theater but don't play a “band” instrument? Look no further, we'll get you involved! If you are willing to learn then we are willing to teach you. Come be a part of this fantastic group of young students at Westerville South!

Going on the DC trip?  Don’t worry!  We’ll work with you.

Total Spring Clinic dates and Times:

*All clinics are 3:30-6:30 p.m. At South HS

April 26th, 27th, & 28th.

May 2nd ,4th, 10th, 11th, & 12th

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip...May 2 is lunch with a chaperone! Remember to try to pack your lunch that day if possible! If you need a front of the line pass ask your history teacher. Listen up for the classroom you will be eating in.

Bus 1) 198

Bus 2)195

Bus 3) 196

Bus 4) 193

Bus 5)184

 

Sombrero, cap, lid, stocking, baseball, helmet, fedora - big, small - head covering, mortarboard. Nurse, police, hard hat, cowboy, chef.

Why do we wear hats?

to cover our heads

religious reasons

ceremonial reasons

indicator of social status

to tell a branch of service

protection from the sun

AND to raise money for the Faith Pruden Foundation!  We had a pajama day and made $500.00 - half of our goal.

Get your money, only a dollar, and find a great hat. Prepare to wear those hats on Friday, April 29.

You can purchase your ticket in the lobby of school starting tomorrow, April 27 or during lunch from NJHS students.

 

Dodge ball...did you say dodge ball? Coming to Genoa Middle School on Wed, May 11 right after school- dodge ball for 6th and 7th graders. Get your team fired up! 8 players on a team - $8.00 each player. Proceeds go to WARM

Mrs. Paolini will be passing out information during lunch the week of May 2 - that will give you plenty of time to get your team turned in.

Attention all who enjoy a cookie on a stick - the final box top contest is under way. The HOMEROOM at each grade level (homerooms must have at least 100) with the most BOX TOPS on Friday,  May 13 at 8 am will enjoy cookies on a stick the following week. Get out there call your grandparents, family members, neighbors and BEG them to cut out those box tops and give them to you!

 

Today is Tuesday, April 26th, and it’s a B day.

Happy Birthday today to Mulki E., Richard M. and Piers R.. Happy Birthday!

All cheerleaders trying out for the 2016-2017 Genoa cheer squads, please

report to the gym at 3:15 today. Clinics will be today and tomorrow and

the new tryout day will be Thursday 4/28. Go jags!

Congratulation to the Jaguar Track and Field boys for a back to back to back to maybe back rule the championship. Results will be in tomorrow's update. Go jags go

Attention to any 8th grade boys that are interested in playing golf and heading to Westerville South next year.  There will be an informational meeting at South on Tuesday, May 4th at 7pm in the Media Center.  Please come with at least one parent.  Even if you have never played on a golf team before, feel free to come and hear about our program!  If you are unable to attend, please pick up a flyer in the main office.

The following 6th, 7th, & 8th grade students have been selected for JAG Awards - they will be receiving a sundae at lunch this Friday, 4/29. Do you have a JAG award that hasn't been turned in?  Stop by the office to turn it in for our drawing next month!

The 6th grade JAG award winners are...

  • Mia C.

  • Grace F.

  • Lindsay G.

  • Tatem H.

  • Alex M.

  • Sagar S.

  • Andrew S.

  • Nick T.

  • Brady U.

  • Tara W.

The 7th grade JAG award winners are...

  • Alex D.

  • Quinn G.

  • Nylenn G.

  • Sumaya F.

  • Ian H.

  • Haroon J.

  • Melia L.

  • Hayden S.

  • Gary S.

  • Chloe S.

The 8th grade JAG award winners are...

  • Sophia A.

  • Kevin B.

  • Alyssa C.

  • Chrishon F.

  • Anju G.

  • Grant H.

  • Zoe H.

  • Zac O.

  • Anthony S.

Attention Musicians!

Drum line/Front Ensemble Clinics for the South Marching Band begin April 26Th from 3:30-6:30 in the South HS Band Room. These dates are for ALL percussion and Front Ensemble students heading to South High School and interested in the South Marching Band this fall. There are no “tryouts” for this ensemble, but during these clinics we will find out where each student best fits into the group!

If you are involved in choir, orchestra, or theater but don't play a “band” instrument? Look no further, we'll get you involved! If you are willing to learn then we are willing to teach you. Come be a part of this fantastic group of young students at Westerville South!

Going on the DC trip?  Don’t worry!  We’ll work with you.

Total Spring Clinic dates and Times:

*All clinics are 3:30-6:30 p.m. At South HS

April 26th, 27th, & 28th.

May 2nd, 4th, 10th, 11th, & 12th

THE NJHS BLANKET DRIVE HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL NEXT FRIDAY, 4/29. ALL BLANKETS WILL BE DONATED TO STARHOUSE. STARHOUSE IS AN ORGANIZATION THAT HELPS HOMELESS TEENS WITH FOOD, CLOTHING, AND A NEW LIFE. DUE TO THE EXTENDED COLD WEATHER, THERE IS A GREAT NEED FOR BLANKETS. WE ARE ASKING YOU TO DONATE CLEAN, GENTLY USED BLANKETS OR A MONEY DONATION TO BENEFIT THIS CAUSE. OUR SCHOOL GOAL IS TO DONATE 50 BLANKETS AND WE ARE ALMOST HALFWAY THERE. ANY BLANKETS OR MONEY CAN BE GIVEN TO MRS. PAOLINI IN ROOM 167 OR PLACED IN THE MARKED BOX IN THE LOBBY. WE HAVE LOLLIPOPS AND SODA FOR THOSE WHO CONTRIBUTE. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR GREAT EFFORTS.

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip...May 2 is lunch with a chaperone! Remember to try to pack your lunch that day if possible! If you need a front of the line pass ask your history teacher. Listen up for the classroom you will be eating in.

Bus 1) 198 - Spears

Bus 2)195 - Frownfelter

Bus 3) 196 - Alamo

Bus 4) 193 - Borland

Bus 5)184 - Golden

 

Today is Monday, April 25th, and it’s an A day.

Happy Birthday today to Mrs. Trusley, Sabrina A, Kaytlin C, Mateo G, Dylan G, Gabriel G, Amanda H, Adam K, and Riley K. Happy Birthday!

Science & Technology Summer Camp on June 7th - 9th* from 9:00am – 2:00pm. Camps will be held at 3 locations in Delaware (DACC) Visit us online to see where your camp will meet. The cost is $30.00. Students will get a t-shirt & lunch each day. This is for Current 6th - 8th grade students. Limited seats available per camp. View camp descriptions & register online at www.DelawareAreaCC.org/Camp16.  Registration deadline is May 20th

Dodge ball...did you say dodgeball. Yes, coming to Genoa Middle School on Wed, May 11 right after school  dodge ball for 6th and 7th graders. Get your team fired up. Remember 8 players on a team. $8.00 each player. Proceeds go to WARM. Mrs. Paolini will be passing out information during lunch the week of may 2 - that will give you plenty of time to get your team turned in. If you have any questions see Mrs Paolini in 167

Sombrero, cap, lid, stocking, baseball, helmet, fedora, big, small, head covering, mortarboard, nurse, police, hard hat, cowboy, chef.  Why do we wear hats? To cover our heads, religious reasons, ceremonial reasons, indicator of social status, to tell a branch of service, protection from the sun and to raise money for the Faith Pruden Foundation. We had a pajama day and made $500.00 - half of our goal. So get your money, only a dollar, and find a great hat. Prepare to wear those hats on Friday, April 29 ALL DAY, yes we want you to get your monies worth. You can purchase your ticket in the lobby of school starting tomorrow, April 26 or during lunch from NJHS students. How much is it to wear a hat ALL DAY on Friday, April 29? Did you listen???  only one dollar gets you a ticket so you can wear a chapeau to school this Friday. Do not ask..look up the meaning of the word chapeau. Hint - it will indeed cover your head

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip...May 2 is lunch with a chaperone! Remember to try to pack your lunch that day if possible! If you need a front of the line pass ask your history teacher. Listen up for the classroom you will be eating in.

Bus 1) 198 - Spears

Bus 2)195 - Frownfelter

Bus 3) 196 - Alamo

Bus 4) 193 - Borland

Bus 5)184 - Golden

THE NJHS BLANKET DRIVE HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL NEXT FRIDAY, 4/29. ALL BLANKETS WILL BE DONATED TO STARHOUSE. STARHOUSE IS AN ORGANIZATION THAT HELPS HOMELESS TEENS WITH FOOD, CLOTHING, AND A NEW LIFE. DUE TO THE EXTENDED COLD WEATHER, THERE IS A GREAT NEED FOR BLANKETS. WE ARE ASKING YOU TO DONATE CLEAN, GENTLY USED BLANKETS OR A MONEY DONATION TO BENEFIT THIS CAUSE. OUR SCHOOL GOAL IS TO DONATE 50 BLANKETS AND WE ARE ALMOST HALFWAY THERE. ANY BLANKETS OR MONEY CAN BE GIVEN TO MRS. PAOLINI IN ROOM 167 OR PLACED IN THE MARKED BOX IN THE LOBBY. WE HAVE LOLLIPOPS AND SODA FOR THOSE WHO CONTRIBUTE. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR GREAT EFFORTS.

The 8th Grade 9 played a solid game in winning against Liberty .Reace G pitched a 5 hitter and  struck  out 10 . She also lead the team with 3 hits .Cami C. had 2 hits as well as Abigail R. and Stephanie C..Rachael F. , Miranda B. and Aubrey J. also contributed hits in rounding out a 12 hit attack . Olivia C. scored a run and Camryn C. had an RBI on a sacrifice bunt. The injured Danielle I.lead the team in support and motivation . Go Jags !

Attention Musicians!  Drum line/Front Ensemble Clinics for the South Marching Band begin April 26th from 3:30-6:30 in the South HS Band Room. These dates are for ALL percussion and Front Ensemble students heading to South High School and interested in the South Marching Band this fall. There are no “tryouts” for this ensemble, but during these clinics we will find out where each student best fits into the group!

If you are involved in choir, orchestra, or theater but don't play a “band” instrument? Look no further, we'll get you involved! If you are willing to learn then we are willing to teach you. Come be a part of this fantastic group of young students at Westerville South!

Going on the DC trip?  Don’t worry!  We’ll work with you.

Total Spring Clinic dates and Times:

*All clinics are 3:30-6:30 p.m. At South HS

April 26Th, 27Th, & 28Th.

May 2ND ,4Th, 10Th, 11Th, & 12Th

 

Today is Friday, April 22nd, and it’s a B day.

Happy Birthday today and this weekend to Grace W, Lance W, and Matthew H. Happy Birthday!

If you were unable to attend the WSHS cheer tryout information meeting last week and are still interested in trying out for the squad; it is not too late. Clinics will be held at South on Wednesday 4/27 and Thursday 4/28 from 3-5:30pm. Tryouts will be held on Saturday 4/30 beginning at 8:30am. Tryout packets are available in the South athletic office and online at http://westervillesouthathletics.com/ or see Ms. Alamo for details. Go Wildcats!!

Attention all who enjoy a cookie on a stick. The final box top contest is under way. The HOMEROOM at each grade level (homerooms must have at least 100) with the most BOX TOPS on Friday,  May 13 at 8 am will enjoy cookies on a stick the following week. So get out there call your grandparents, family members, neighbors and BEG them to cut out those box tops and give them to you. nothing better than cookies on a stick - Paolini style at 8 am.

Dodge ball...did you say dodge ball. Yes, coming to Genoa Middle School on Wed, May 11 right after school. Dodge ball for 6th and 7th graders. Get your team fired up, remember 8 players on a team, $8.00 each player, proceeds go to WARM. Mrs. Paolini will be passing out information during lunch the week of May 2 - that will give you plenty of time to get your team turned in. If you have any questions see Mrs Paolini in 167.

Sombrero, cap, lid, stocking, baseball, helmet, fedora, big, small, head covering, mortarboard, nurse, police, hard hat, cowboy, chef. Why do we wear hats? To cover our heads, religious reasons, ceremonial reasons, indicator of social status, to tell a branch of service, protection from the sun and to raise money for the Faith Pruden Foundation. We had a pajama day and made $500.00 - half of our goal, so get your money, only a dollar, and find a great hat. Prepare to wear those hats on Friday, April 29 ALL DAY, yes we want you to get your monies worth. You can purchase your ticket in the lobby of school starting tomorrow, April 26 or during lunch from NJHS students. How much is it to wear a hat ALL DAY on Friday, April 29? Did you listen???  Only one dollar gets you a ticket so you can wear a chapeau to school this Friday. Do not ask..look up the meaning of the word chapeau. Hint - it will indeed cover your head.

The last day to accept lunch deposit by check is May 6. Cash and Money Orders will be accepted through out the end of the year. Payments can also be made through the online payment system at www.spsezpay.com

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip...May 2 is lunch with a chaperone! Remember to try to pack your lunch that day if possible! If you need a front of the line pass ask your history teacher. Listen up for the classroom you will be eating in.

Bus 1) 198

Bus 2) 195

Bus 3) 196

Bus 4) 193

Bus 5) 184

The boys' lacrosse team won a hard fought game 5-3 against Buckeye Valley.  Heath J. and Cole P. scored all the goals for Genoa.  Logan M. had 7 saves for the game.  The team is now 4-1 on the season. Good job Jags.

THE NJHS BLANKET DRIVE HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL NEXT FRIDAY, 4/29. ALL BLANKETS WILL BE DONATED TO STARHOUSE. STARHOUSE IS AN ORGANIZATION THAT HELPS HOMELESS TEENS WITH FOOD, CLOTHING, AND A NEW LIFE. DUE TO THE EXTENDED COLD WEATHER, THERE IS A GREAT NEED FOR BLANKETS. WE ARE ASKING YOU TO DONATE CLEAN, GENTLY USED BLANKETS OR A MONEY DONATION TO BENEFIT THIS CAUSE. OUR SCHOOL GOAL IS TO DONATE 50 BLANKETS AND WE ARE ALMOST HALFWAY THERE. ANY BLANKETS OR MONEY CAN BE GIVEN TO MRS. PAOLINI IN ROOM 167 OR PLACED IN THE MARKED BOX IN THE LOBBY. WE HAVE LOLLIPOPS AND SODA FOR THOSE WHO CONTRIBUTE. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR GREAT EFFORTS.

The 8th Grade 9 scored a 24-1 victory over Blendon on a rainy night at Genoa Field. Rachael F. threw a No Hitter but surrendered 8 walks due to the slippery conditions. The Lady Jags had 4 hits and were awarded 27 walks as the Blendon pitchers simply could not find the strike zone. Stephanie C. had 2 hits to lead the Jags and Reece G. and Riley K. had one each. Cami C . did well in catching her first game and Olivia made a fine catch in right field to end the game. Go Jags !

Boys Tennis - The boys tennis team defeated Worthington Christian last night 4-1.   The boys now own an impressive 6-2 record for their inaugural season. Our next match is at home on Monday against Lancaster.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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