Attention CHS Cavalier Girls Track

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There is a mandatory meeting for all track girls and their parents, Thursday at 6:30 at the Field House. If you have any questions contact, Coach Semancik at 740-649-9427.

CMS2 Enjoys Time Together After School

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Friday, March 8, 2013 the sixth grade had a bowling party at Shawnee Lanes from 4-6 pm. The admission included two games of bowling, a pizza buffet, drinks, and a whole lot of FUN!!! Students from CMS2 went head-to-head on teams of 2-6 players. Everyone had a great time competing with their friends. After they competed they could help themselves to pizza and refreshing drinks. Even if they didn’t bowl they could cheer on their friends, enjoy refreshments, and they could also play in the arcade. So, in the end, everybody had an awesome time and got to hang out with their friends. And it was all made possible by the CMS2 Lighthouse Team. 

Guest Reporters Carly Wood and Cameron Snowden

OGT at CHS — All Week

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The week of March 11-15th is Spring OGT week at CHS. There is an adjusted schedule to accommodate the annual Ohio Graduation Test [OGT] which all Ohio high school students are required to pass to earn a high school diploma. The bell schedule will be adjusted to protect the testing environment in our school. Any junior or senior who has not passed a portion of the OGT must report to school on time for the OGT at 7:30 am on select days. Also, all sophomores are required to report on time at 7:30 am for the OGT daily. OGT testing will last all week from 7:30 am to 9:30 am and students will be provided with a free water and granola bar to ensure they are fed and focused for the exams. All freshman and upperclassmen who have passed the test will have late arrival with school opening to all students at 9:30 a.m.: homeroom will begin at 9:45 a.m. If you have further questions please call the guidance department at 702-2287 ext. 2240.

OGT Weekly Bell Schedule

Monday – Thursday

Homeroom 9:45 – 9:50

1st or 2nd 9:55 – 10:26

3rd or 4th 10:31-11:02

5th or 6th 11:07 – 11:38

Lunch/Study Hall 11:42 – 12:12 / 11:43 – 12:18

Study Hall/Lunch 12:18 – 12:52/12:22 – 12:52

7th or 8th 12:58 – 2:15

Friday

1st/Homeroom 9:45 – 10: 03

2nd 10:08 – 10:22

3rd 10:27 – 10:41

4th 10:46– 11:00

5th 11:05 – 11:19

6th 11:24 – 11:38

Lunch/Study Hall 11:42 – 12:12 / 11:43 – 12:18

Study Hall/Lunch 12:18 – 12:52/12:22 – 12:52

7th 12:58 – 1:34

8th 1:39 – 2:15

 

CHS A Safe After Prom Sponsors 5k

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The CHS A Safe After Prom [ASAP] committee is sponsoring a 5K fun run on March 23rd at 8 a.m. in the CHS North Parking lot.  The run begins at 8:30. Monies raised from this activity will fund the fun following the 2013 Prom on April 27th. Tell your friends, get a group together, and run for fun. Registration       Release Form

Everyone’s a Leader at Worthington: Excellence in Attendance Rewarded

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Mrs. Bussell’s first grade class earned a pop for lunch for their excellent attendance. They have won the attendance trophy three times in this grading period!! Congratulations Students!!! If they win again they get a pizza party with the principal!!! Good luck!!

Language Arts Leaders Visualize the Seven Habits at CMS1

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Ms. Goldsberry and Mrs. Conaway’s 8th Grade Language Arts Classes took time to “visualize” the 7 Habits. Each of the students in their classes wrote on a square how the habit impacts their life and created a colorful representation of that habit. At the same time, they wrote their personal mission statements.

Look at some pictures of what the students created.

Everyone’s a Leader at Worthington: Classroom’s Tie for Attendance Recognition

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Mrs. Bussell’s and Mrs. Colburn’s homeroom classes tied for the recognition of Attendance Winners. Congratulations students! If Mrs. Bussell’s students can win one more time in the third quarter, they will earn Pizza with the Principal.

CCSD Accepting Bids to Replace Chiller

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 Sealed proposals will be received by the Chillicothe City School District Board of Education, 235 Cherry Street, Chillicothe, Ohio  45601, Ross County, State of Ohio, in the office of the Treasurer of said Board until public opening of the proposals on March 18, 2013 at 12:00PM local time.  Proposals shall be for chiller replacement at the Mount Logan Elementary School, located at 841 East Main Street, Chillicothe, Ohio 45601

A Pre-bid meeting will be held on March 13, 2013 at 11:00 AM at the Mount Logan Elementary School.

Specifications and instructions to bidders are on file in the Maintenance Office, 841 East Main Street, Chillicothe, Ohio 45601.

Bidders shall submit to the Treasurer a statement, affirmed under oath, that the person/firm with whom the contract is made has not been charged, at the time of the bid with any delinquent personal property tax of any county in which the taxing district has territory or that such person/firm was charged with delinquent personal property taxes on any such tax list; in which case, the statement shall also set forth the amount of such due and unpaid delinquent taxes and any due and unpaid penalties and interest thereon. 

 All proposals shall clearly be marked as follows:  Proposal – Chiller Replacement.  Questions or a request for a site visit may be directed in writing, by phone, or e-mail to Larry Pritchard – phone 740.703.6836 or larry.pritchard@ccsd.us.  Copies of the RFP may be requested in writing or electronically.

This legal notice to bidders is also available on the District’s website at www.ccsd.us.

Chillicothe City Schools reserves the right to waive minor irregularities herein and to reject any and all proposals.  By order of the Board of Education, Kellie A. Lester, Treasurer.

 

The CHS Class of 2013 Presents

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Wait Until Dark: A Thriller by Frederick Knott

Get ready to be glued to the edge of your seats as the Chillicothe High School theater department presents one of the best white-knuckle thrillers ever to be written for the stage, Wait Until Dark. Wait Until Dark is a tense and suspenseful tale about three con-men, a doll full of contraband, and a blind woman whom they must trick into revealing the doll’s location. The play stars CHS senior Courtney Berry as Susy Hendrix, the blind woman in distress. Berry had the unique challenge of having to portray a handicap that she doesn’t really have. “It’s been very difficult,” she says, “Not looking at people isn’t that much of a problem, but not looking at objects I have to use or pick up has been very challenging. You have to learn to use other senses besides your eyes.”
Also leading the cast are seniors Morgan Frederick, Melinda Kepler, and Christian Barnett as the three con artists: Michelle Tallman, Sergeant Carlino, and Mr. Roat respectively. “It’s been really hard playing Michelle,” says Frederick, “because she is so different from who I am. She’s devious and mean, and I don’t usually act that way.” Barnett found finding his character more fun. “He’s a complete sociopath and it’s fun to be someone who’s just so creepy. He gets to play all these games with Susy and enjoys making her afraid.”
Among the other supporting roles is senior Angelique Gabrielle who plays Gloria, a neighbor of Susy’s. “She starts out as a real brat because she’s 12 years old and just started wearing glasses and she isn’t sure how to cope with it yet,” says Gabrielle, “but by the end she helps Susy and becomes something of a hero.” Rounding out the cast are Katy Ferguson, Jenni Bennett, Xavier Q. Newsome, Bailey Mosely, and Gabby Goshorn as policemen and Logan McCord as Sam Hendrix, Susy’s photographer husband.
If you enjoy a good thrill and want to support Chillicothe High School Theater, come to Wait Until Dark which will be performed March 8th and 9th at 7pm in the CHS/CMS auditorium. It’s sure to be a scream.   This is recommended for a PG audience.  Preview
(Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students, children, and senior citizens).

Everyone’s a Leader at Worthington: PAT Winners Announced for March 8th

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The lucky PAT winners at Worthington Elementary are: Bess Route, Trinstin Kuntz,  Josh Searls, and Kennedy Weber.
The Special Prize winners are: Trevor Banks and Madi Stapleton
Each student was rewarded with certificates to Taco Bell, McDonald’s, Frisch’s Big Boy, and Buffalo Wild Wings.
Trevor and Madi received all of the above prizes along with a Football (Trevor) and a remote controlled robot (Madi). Congratulations Students!!!

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