Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Good morning. Today is Wednesday, April 25, 2018.

In girl's track action last night the lady dogs finished 2nd in a tri meet with Ottawa Glandorf and Liberty Benton. Event winners were Madi Maag shot and discus, Rylee Sybert 100, Leanndra Price 3200, and the 4x200 relay team of Bailey Dunifon, Carlee McCluer, Alycea Ruhlen, and Rylee Sybert, and the 4x400 relay team of Lauren Benroth, Morgan Deffenbaugh, Abby Gladwell, and Alycea Ruhlen. Good job girls.

Petitions to run for a class officer or student council for the 2018-2019 school year are due by Friday, April 27th.

There will be a junior high student council meeting in Mrs. Hermiller's room during activity period today.

Reminder that graduation speaker tryouts will take place after school on April 30th, May 1st, and May 2nd. Sign up in the office if interested.

Due to testing, the library will be closed periods 1 - 3.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Good morning. Today is Tuesday, April 24, 2018.

Full circle Martial Arts is proud to present a self-defense class for males and females ages 14 and older on May 5th. This will be held at 3477 S. Dixie Hwy from 9:30am -11:00am at a cost of $15 per student.  Please see the posting in the office for more details.

Jr. High choir will meet today in the Elementary gym during 9th period.

Due to testing, the library will be closed periods 1 - 4.

Monday, April 23, 2018

Good morning. Today is Monday, April 23, 2018.

In girl's track action over the weekend, the lady dogs won the 18 team Diller Invitational in Ayersville. Event winners were Madi Maag discus, Rylee Sybert 100 and 200, Carlee McCluer 100 hurdles, Alyssa Ellerbrock 3200 with another meet and school record time, the 4x800 relay team of Alyssa Ellerbrock, Taylor Ellerbrock, Morgan Deffenbaugh, and Erin Downing, and the 4x100 relay team of Carlee McCluer, Rylee Sybert, Abby Gladwell, and Alycea Ruhlen. Great job girls.

The Junior High trackies were in action last Friday night at the Bob Kaple Invitational in Ottoville. The team showed a lot of improvement and met many goals. The boys team finished first out of 12 teams, scoring 104 points. The girls finished in second place overall.

Event winners were:

Faith Anderson in the shot and disc, Brynn Fortman in the 400 and 200, Lawson Maag in the discus, and Carson Closson in the 800 and 1600. Carson broke the meet record in the mile with a time of 5 minutes flat. The teams will be competing in their final home meet of the season today. Come on out and cheer on the young Bulldogs!

 

The 7th grade baseball team defeated the Hardin County Bulldogs twice on Saturday.

In the first game the Taylor Schroeder picked up the win, going 4 strong innings. Nick Wolverton came on in relief in the 9-2 win. At the plate, Landen Schroeder had 3 hits and Trenton Mata came up with a big 2 RBI single.

In the second game, the junior dogs won in dramatic fashion with a walk-off run in the bottom of the 6th to take the game 7-6. Dalton Wurth hit a single up the middle to score Taylor Schroeder. Brenton Renner picked up the win in relief, striking out 6 in 3 innings.

On the day Landen Schroeder had 4 hits and 3 runs, Trevor Wynkoop had 2 hits and 3 runs, Brenton Renner had 3 hits and 3 runs and Isaac Ricker had 2 hits and 2 runs. Great job guys.

 

After announcements and attendance, Algebra 1 students should go to the library for testing. The library will be closed due to testing periods 1 - 4.

After 2nd Period, Geometry students should go to the library for testing.

Friday, April 20, 2018

Good morning. Today is Friday, April 20, 2018.

Petitions to run for a high school class officer or student council for the 2018-2019 school year are now available. Forms can be picked up in the office or from Mrs. Baumgartner. Petitions are due by Friday, April 27th.

Ever dream of starring in a music video? Now is your chance! Sign up in the office today or tomorrow to try out for a lip sync spot in the lip dub video!

Attention cross country runners. If you received a ballot to vote on our trip for next fall you need to turn that in to Mr. Schnipke ASAP. If you did not receive a ballot, you need to get one to vote. Currently there is a tie for the destination of our trip next fall.

Select choir is asked to meet in the vocal room during activity period today.

Penny Wars!!!   Help your class win ice-cream sundaes while helping the United Way of Putnam County! National Honors Society, Leo club and Student Council are raising money to help the United Way of Putnam County. Put pennies in your grade’s jar and sabotage other grades by placing larger coins in their jars. For example, if you put a quarter in another grade’s jar it will subtract 25 pennies from their score. The grade with the most pennies after the subtraction of the other coins or dollars will win an ice-cream treat at lunch. All proceeds will go to the United Way of Putnam County to help fund the Imagination Library program. The Penny War will start Monday. Don't forget to bring your change.

Seniors please complete the survey emailed to you about your future plans by May 4th. If you have any questions about this, please stop in the guidance office.

All Biology students should go to the library after announcements and attendance for Part 2 of the Biology test.

All 8th graders should report to their designated testing room after announcements and attendance.

Mr. Suever's 2nd period- 7th grade science should to go to study hall today.

Juniors please report to the commons after announcements today.

The 30th episode of the Bulldog Newscast is available for viewing during activity period today.

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Good morning. Today is Thursday, April 19, 2018.

The 7th grade baseball team lost a back-and-forth battle to Van Wert last night 5 to 4. Brenton Renner was a bulldog on the mound, pitching all but one pitch of the 7 inning game, striking out 6 and giving up only 2 earned runs. Dalton Wurth, Taylor Schroeder, Trever Wynkoop and Maddox Halker made some great plays on defense and Taylor Schroeder had a 2 RBI single to give the Dogs the lead.

Due to testing, the library will be closed today periods 7 - 9.

Select choir meet on stage today during activity period.

Petitions to run for a class officer or student council for the 2018-2019 school year are now available. Forms can be picked up in the office or from Mrs. Baumgartner. Petitions are due by Friday, April 27th.

After announcements and attendance, all 8th graders should report to Mr. Sautter, Mrs. Hermiller, Mr. Suever, or Mrs. Benton's classrooms for testing.

All Biology students will be testing in the library after 6th period. We will begin the Biology test at 12:45.

Ever dream of starring in a music video? Now is your chance! Sign up in the office today or tomorrow to try out for a lip sync spot in the lip dub video!

All available government students should attend the meeting in the commons with Ohio Representative Jim Hoops at the beginning of activity period today.

Page 1 of 3

Superintendent: (419) 659-2639
High School (7-12): (419) 659-2156
Elementary (K-6): (419) 659-2631
Central Office Fax: (419) 659-5134

Columbus Grove Schools
201 W. Cross St.
Columbus Grove, OH
45830-1237 

© Columbus Grove Local Schools. USDA is an equal opportunity employer and provider.

Main Mobile Menu