This is your friendly rule reminder that NO students should park or be dropped off behind the school. This is essential staff parking only. Any student found violating will be issued an after school detention. NO further warnings will be issued.
There will be a mandatory meeting Thursday at 7:45 for grades 8-12 in Coach Lance’s room 500 for anyone interested in playing baseball this spring.
There will be an NHS meeting in Mrs. Karr's room Thursday morning at 7:30 to discuss volunteer opportunities and the talent show.
BCS Schools will host a special event on Friday, January 26th in order to aid the BCS Food Pantry. On this date, all BCS students in grades K-12 that bring 2 canned goods to the home boys basketball game will receive free admission to the game! The canned goods will be given to the BCS Food Pantry while students can cheer on the Rockets at this key Sandusky Bay Conference game against Vermilion.
At this same game, Croghan Colonial Bank and The Rocket Shop have teamed up to offer high school and middle school aged students sitting in the student section a free Oak Harbor basketball t-shirt (while supplies last). It should be a great scene as all boys and girls basketball players, the pep band, and the student section will all have the same t-shirts for this huge boys basketball contest.
The middle school wrestling team was busy last week having beaten Fassett middle School in a dual and winning the Bellevue invitational. The Rockets won 10 of 16 matches against Fassett beating them 47-30. Eighth graders winning matches were: Cade Petersen, Michael Judge, Colby Sigurdson, Robby Jacobsen, Jack Zeitzheim, Ben Sage, Dylan Schiets and Chase Davis representing the "B" team. On Saturday the Rockets had a 4 point lead heading into the finals, but crowning 8 champs helped secure a first place trophy. Eighth grade finishers: Chase Davis 4 th at 94 lbs, runner up was Jack Zeitzheim at 136 lbs, and champs we're Cade Petersen 100 lbs, Michael Judge 106 lbs, Colby Sigurdson 118 lbs, Robby Jacobsen 124 lbs, Ben Sage 152 lbs, and Dylan Schiets at 174. The team will next compete Thursday at Fremont Ross. Congratulations and good luck rocket wrestling team.