The 2013-14 yearbooks have arrived. If you purchased one you can pick it up during your lunch period on Wednesday. If you have a brother or sister that graduated last year you can pick that up as well.
Attention all baseball players in grades 8-12 not in a fall sport, conditioning and open fields will beginafter school today. Please report to the weight room and wait for Coach Laderach. Please have both your baseball equipment and appropriate shoes for the weight room. If you have any questions stop in to Coach Schimmoeller's room #608.
A message from Mr Grahl to those that were in the students section at Friday nights football game:I want to commend those that were in the student section on Friday night. Despite a tough loss, our student section stayed to the bitter end and cheered their hearts out for our Rockets. They then formed a tunnel and cheered wildly for each and every Oak Harbor football player that walked off the field at the end of the game. It was truly awesome. This show of Rocket Pride was noticed by all. The BCS Superintendent, administrators, staff, and coaches all took note of what a great student section we had on Friday. Even the visiting head coach commented on what a classy group of kids we have in our student section. In short, job well done Rocket fans. I could not have been more proud of you on Friday night. This is what Rocket Pride is all about and if we can keep this up, we will have lots of special moments throughout the year.
The first meeting to join science club will be held with 2 options.Friday before school at7:40 or after schoolon Friday at 2:40both meeting options will be held in Mrs. Swint's room 504.
The Junior High boys cross country finished third as a team this past Saturday at Springfield. Clay Winterfield led the rockets with a first place finish followed by Michael Berlin in second, Ajay Riechman in 11th, Logan Strausbaugh in 15th, Daniel Bollin in 16th, Kobe Fletcher in 17th, and Max Puckett in 18th.
The boys high school cross country team finished second place as a team for the second meet in a row, earning another team plaque. Tyler Sievert led the rockets with a second place finished followed by Konner Fletcher in 4th, Kameron Keegan in 5th, Mark Bodi in 6th, Tim Poiry in 7th. Zach Olson and Trevor Sievert rounded out the scoring for the Rockets.
The ladies cross country team finished fourth overall in a field of nine teams. All lady Rockets earned individual awards. The meet was scored in non-traditional format, meaning it was scored by grade. The sophomore class represented well: Karissa Garza 2nd, MaKalya Wagner 3, Taylor Dunn 4th, Summer Swope 7th. We had a great performance from senior Mary Greggila with her 7th place finish.
Any swimmer or diver currently not in a fall sport can start conditioning after school today andThursday until 4:30. Please bring tennis shoes and swim apparel. Please see Coach Sorg for further details.