Monday, October 7, 2019

The JV and Varsity Volleyball teams travelled to Pandora on Saturday.

The JV Team won 25-17, 25-17
Sage Clement had 2 aces, 9 assists, Grace Selhorst had 3 aces, 9 kills and Koryn Halker had 8 kills and 8 aces including 14 point serving run to come back from an 11-17 deficit to win the second set.

The Varsity team lost 17-25, 25-27, 18-25
The Lady Dawgs drop to 2-3 in the PCL and 10-9 overall.
No one wants to hear the stats from that match so, the Volleyball team would like to focus on this weeks “Senior Week”. Abby Gladwell, Angel Schneider, Becca Choi, Cassie Heilman and Emily Ridinger have all been with the volleyball program since elementary school and are heading into their last week of volleyball this week. Come cheer for them at Kalida tonight, and welcome them home against Allen East on Tuesday. Tuesday’s match will include a ceremony for the seniors and everyone is encouraged to come and show your support. We love you seniors!

 Attention yearbook and Bulldog Press Staff, this is a reminder that our meeting tomorrow is at 7:00 instead of 7:15.

 ATTENTION JUNIOR CLASS:

Be the winning designer of this year's Basketball Spirit Block T-shirt and receive yours for free! Designs need to be submitted to Mrs.Hermiller by Thursday, October 10.

Lima Memorial Health System will be hosting an Open House for the Health Career Explorer Program on Wednesday, October 16th at 6:30 PM.  Future careers that will be highlighted are Physical/Occupational Therapy, Laboratory, Orthopedics, Respiratory and Nursing, and Pharmacy and Radiology.  These are great hands on experiences to find out about future career opportunities.  Any student interested can stop in the guidance office for more information. Students can register for the Open House by sending an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name, school and email address.

The following sophomores should come down to the guidance office during their study hall today: Dylan Brichnaugh, Camryn Escamilla, Hannah Hopkins, Joseph Kohli, Ethan Kreisher, Cody Maag, Kaden Mayes, Cheyenne Prater, and Briana Sproul.

 Bulldogs LEAD is a school wide campaign about Leadership, Encouraging Others, Achieving Goals, and Doing the Right Thing. K through 12 students will be nominated each quarter by their teachers for demonstrating these character traits. This quarter we will focus on Leadership.

Motivational Monday Quote - “Great Leaders don’t set out to be a leader...they set out to make a difference. It’s never about the role - it’s always about the goal."