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MS Student Council
Red Ribbon Week at the middle school is . Students are encouraged to show they support being drug free by participating in the spirit days. The days are as follows:
: Crazy Hair or Hat Day
: Grade Level Color Day, 6th green, 7th tie dye and 8th blue
: Wear Red Day
Thursday: Dress to Impress Day
: Bandana Day
The middle school Halloween Dance is from . Tickets are $5 and will be on sale during lunch . Costumes are welcome but not needed. Dress is casual. There will be a costume contest with prizes.
MS Cross Country
The MS CC teams ran their TAAC Championship meet at Maumee Bay last Saturday. The girls team placed 3rd overall. Leading the girls were Hannah, who placed 3rd overall with a time of , and earned 1st team TAAC. Madison () and Madison ( Personal Record) were 10th and 11th. Isabel ( Personal Record) and Jackie ( Personal Record) were 16th and 19th overall.
The boys team finished 2nd overall. Nicholas finished 7th, earning him first team TAAC, and ran a new PR of . Tyler ( PR) finished 8th, Bryce ( PR) was 9th, and Nicholas was 11th ( ). Those three boys earned 2nd team honors. Logan was 20th ( ), Chase ( PR) was 28th, Jacob ( ) was 29th, and Dylan was 34th ( ). Great job to all!
Board of Education
The cross country teams competed in the TAAC Championships . The girls team placed 4th and the boys team took 2nd. The following runners came away with All-Conference awards for their performances :
Nathan - First Team TAAC (6th place)
Travis - 2nd Team (9th Place)
Camden - 2nd Team (10th Place)
Nate S. - 2nd Team (13th Place)
Andrew - 2nd Team (14th Place)
Emma - 2nd Team (10th Place)
Jenna - 2nd Team (13th Place)
Nathan, Wyatt, Payton, Austin, and Suzanne all established new PR's . The teams will compete in the District Championships at Galion. The boys race begins at and the girls race begins at .
Congrats to the Middle School Football Team. Last nights 28 to 0 shut out victory over the Danbury Lakers gives the Bears an 8 win 0 loss perfect season. They are the 2016 Toledo Area Athletic Conference Champions. This is the second year in a row that the Bears have completed a perfect 8 win season and have taken the T.A.A.C. Championship. Offensive Highlights: Kain starts the game with a 35 yard run. Mitch scores on a 18 yard run. Josh runs in the 2 point conversion. Kain scores on a 50 yard run. Trevor catches a 26 yard touchdown pass from Mitch. Kain runs in the 2 point conversion. Mitch connects with Philip for a 40 yard touchdown pass. Defensive Highlights: Cole, Jack, Mason, Kain, and Isaac all had a tackle for a loss. Philip picks off a Laker pass. Congrats again the 2016 T.A.A.C.Champions on an excellent season. Go Bears!!!
13 ABC Pass it on Challenge
Parents of Athletes
OHSAA meeting in room 302 (computer lab) for any High School parent of a winter athlete who was not in a fall sport.
The boys cross country team took 6th of 16 teams at the Fostoria Invitational , and the girls team placed 15th. Congratulations to Emma for establishing a new Personal Record once again. Emma has now established a new PR in 7 of the 8 races so far this season! Emily and Suzanne had solid races to establish new season best times, while Wyatt, Payton, and Dean all had PR's for the boys team. The teams compete in the TAAC Championships at Maumee Bay State Park . The girls race begins at , and the boys will begin at .
Board Of Education
From Mr. White
Registration is now starting for a Hunters Safety Course that will be held at Gibsonburg High School in November. The dates for the course sessions will be Tuesday 10/25, Thursday 10/27, Tuesday 11/1 and Thursday 11/3 from 6 to 9:30 P.M at Gibsonburg High School. Students need to attend all 4 sessions unless prior arrangements are made with the instructor. The certification test will take place at the Thursday November 3rd session. Participation will be limited to the first 50 participants to register. The course will be offered to men or women ages 8 and older. Children 10 and under may complete the course but must be accompanied by an adult during all class sessions. Participants from outside the Sandusky County area are welcome. The cost of the course is free.