A reminder to student drivers, if you are interested in painting your parking spot the form needs to be turned in today for review.



Students in grades 9-12, if you are bringing a guest from another school to the homecoming dance, forms are now available in the office.  Please stop by and pick one up.  Guest forms need to be turned back in by Friday, September 29th at 3:00.



Menu change for today will be pizza and Monday will be nachos.



Attention fall play cast: please stop by Miss Tucker’s room for a schedule and scripts as needed.



Beginning today all students that are signing out need to do so in the new office/vestibule.



On Thursday, October 5th from 4:00pm until 7:00pm there will be a job fair that is open to the public for anyone looking for employment opportunities in Ottawa County. The event will be held at the CMP Competition Center at Camp Perry and will be held the evening before a county-wide Career Showcase event that all 9th grade students throughout Ottawa County will participate in. The Career Showcase event is designed to engage 9th grade students with local employers and learn about career opportunities available right here where they live, play, and learn. The event is sponsored by the Ottawa County Business Advisory Council and is part of an ongoing effort to strengthen communication and partnerships between Ottawa County schools and businesses.



The 8th grade football team lost to Clyde 26-6.  Ryan Snow blocked a punt that Dylan Schiets recovered which led to Ben Sage’s 2 yard run for the Rockets lone score.



Varsity volleyball remains undefeated and beat Huron last night 25-22, 25-14, 16-25, 16-25, 15-13. Kaytlynn Sandwisch lead the way with 35 assists.  Leading in kills was peyton bloomer with 24 and Logan Harris with 17.  Ashley Riley lead with 26 digs and Kaytlynn had 24 digs. Peyton added 5 blocks and rachel rayburn with 4.   The rockets are 16-0 (7-0 sbc) and play at tiffin Columbian on Tuesday