Congratulations to the following students who were chosen as CG January Bulldogs of the Month and Mr. Arthur who was chosen as our January Teacher of the Month. Thank you for demonstrating outstanding Bulldog character both in and out of the classroom.
L to R 1st Row: Liliana Thomson, Ellie Oswald, Lincoln Heffner, Artemis Wannemacher, Ryan Furry, Adalynn Yant, Tyson Jones, Olivia Blankenship, Sophia Stauffer
L to R 2nd Row: Kaison Williams, Karlie Hughes, Destyni Sims, Riley Jones, Rylan Palte, Amelia Shoop, Cali Gilbert
L to R 3rd Row - Mr. Arthur, Corey Byrd, Aubrey Schroeder, Ella King, Lilly Ledford, Jenna Longbrake, Nolan Hadsell
Not Pictured: Liam Schmidt and Cameron Gerding
Mindy Losh, K-12 School Counselor
Phone: (419) 659-4310
Contact Mrs. Losh with concerns about Graduation Requirements, Scheduling (grades 7-12), District Testing, College Credit Plus, College Planning and Career Readiness, Student Success Plans for At-Risk students, 504 Plans, Transcripts, Financial Aid and Scholarships, and Academic Concerns.
Brenda Bruce, K-12 School Counselor
Phone: (419) 659-4328
Contact Mrs. Bruce for Social/Emotional Counseling, Academic Concerns, Small Group Counseling, Classroom Lessons, and Liaison for Mental Health Counseling.
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Columbus Grove celebrated Christmas with some extra special help this year. Elfie and Selfie made their grand debut with exciting adventures and escapades daily. Each morning students searched to find Elfie and Selfie and see what mess they had left behind. Smiles and giggles were heard in the halls when students discovered the mischievous elves. The final week before Christmas break CG’s own real life elf made his appearance on the roof.
Congratulations to the following students who were chosen as CG December Bulldogs of the Month and Mr. Staley who was chosen as our December Teacher of the Month. Thank you for demonstrating outstanding Bulldog character both in and out of the classroom.
L to R 1st Row: Jenna Harnishfeger, Adyianna Almanza, Brandon Burkhart, Blaize Sturgill, Theo Mayberry, Koyrn Maag, Braxton Musil
L to R 2nd Row: Konner Hosmer, Lola Mayberry, Brivana Woods, Kaitlyn Hites, Jasmine Lewis, Jillian Hoskins, Nathaniel Jones
L to R 3rd Row: Carter Tyree, Matt Hough, Gavin Baxter, Mr. Staley, Emma Tussing, Lance Hadsell, Braylee Kozlowski, Miranda Vogt, Corvin Kistler
An attitude of gratitude means creating a conscious mindset and habit to be thankful, and express appreciation for every aspect of your life, both big and small. When you have a gratitude mindset you feel more confident, positive, optimistic, happy and joyful about the things you have, and the people that matter most.
1 Picture, No Explanation
This past week 7-12 students and staff were asked to share a picture of one thing they are grateful for. The pictures were used to create a schoolwide collage for a gratitude bulletin board. Thank you to all 7-12 students and staff who shared a picture of something they are grateful for. As you walk out the doors by the student parking lot, please check out the bulletin board. Our students and staff have many things in Columbus Grove they are grateful for and appreciate. Schoolwide we had over 250 pictures submitted!
The guidance office kept track of each grade level's percentage of participation for pictures submitted. The winners of the junior high competition were the 8th graders with 83% participation.
The junior class had the highest percentage of participation with 77%, followed by the sophomores, seniors, and freshmen. To the left - Grades 9-12 class presidents pose for a picture after the spirit stick was presented to the junior class president. (L to R): Ella Dotson (9th Grade-39%), Reed Schumacher (12th Grade-45%), Kate Dipnarine (10th Grade-60%) and Gwen Langhals (11th Grade-77%).
The Columbus Grove High School Guidance Department will be recognizing one senior each month to spotlight. The advisers for LEO Club, Student Council, National Honor Society, Scholastic Team, and Class Officers have been asked to nominate students in their organizations that have stepped up to take a leadership role at Columbus Grove High School. In addition, the students have maintained their grades while participating in their extracurricular activities. Students will be awarded a certificate, given a small gift and recognized at the Senior Academic Awards Night in May.
Congratulations to Faith Anderson for being selected for the November Senior in the Spotlight. Faith is the daughter of Brad and Vanessa Anderson. She was nominated by the Leo Club advisor, Mrs. Birnesser, for volunteering and organizing the Leo Club truck for the homecoming parade. She is an outstanding student academically, maintaining a 3.955 GPA in her high school coursework. She is active in Bulldog athletics, where she is a 3-year varsity member in track and field. Faith has had an outstanding track and field career winning scholar athlete once, qualifying for regionals in discus, and being a state qualifier in indoor track and field twice. Faith is very active in the school and the community as well. She participates in Leo Club, National Honor Society, and All County Choir.
Faith is a kind, considerate young woman who is a positive role model for students at Columbus Grove. The Columbus Grove High School staff is pleased to award the November Senior in the Spotlight to Faith Anderson.
After graduation, Faith plans to attend college to study Sports Management.
Written by: Dalton Wurth and Mrs. Losh