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ANNOUNCEMENTS -- Friday -- April 21, 2017

April 21, 2017

1. Prom tickets will be sold today during lunches. The cost is $80 per ticket which includes dinner. Today is the absolute LAST day to buy prom tickets, NO EXCEPTIONS. You may not buy a ticket until you have turned in the prom permission slip to Ms. Reilly (it is not too late to turn these in!)

2. Many FABULOUS prizes will be raffled off at After Prom…
a TV, Bunbury tickets, FC tickets, Reds tickets, Riverbend etc... Today during lunch is the last day to buy tickets. They are $20.00 and checks should be made payable to MHS PTO. The Indian Hill Winter club waiver must be turned in when purchasing tickets.

3. Attention AP students: AP exam fees are due no later than next Friday, April 28th. We will also hold our mandatory pre-administration meeting to complete answer documents on Monday during all bells in the lower library.

4. Iceland, Cooking, Biking, College Visits, Red River Gorge…so many exciting options but not long to sign up! Pick your intersession course choices and submit them by next Friday.
You need TWO submissions:

  • One: Turn in the back page of the booklet to the front office with your 4 choices and parent signature.
  • Two: Submit the Google Form linked on Blackboard. You must choose in BOTH formats, the hardcopy form and the online google form. The deadline of Friday April 28th is quickly approaching!

5. Don’t forget to register for Sunday's Eliminate5K sponsored by our very own Key Club. Help us eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus around the globe! Click here to register now and be a life saver

6. Junior Varsity boys’ baseball pulled off a great win 5-2 over Reading. Freshman Pitcher Jack Neville was awarded the win with Dylan Buerger getting the save. Mike Rubin and Zachary Stith went 2 for 4 and JJ Tenhundfeld went 2 for 3. JV has a makeup game scheduled for tomorrow against Madeira at home.

7. Saturday at the Men's lacrosse game against Milford, the Milford players and parents will be paying a special tribute to Coach Harden and his family. Try to get there for warm-ups, as they are planning a surprise that includes our players. In addition, Milford fans and parents will be wearing GForce gear or white. Let's join them, Warriors! Wear your GForce gear or white! Game on!

8. The MHS Annual Photo Contest is open to all students. Winners receive cash awards. Entry forms can be found in the school office. Entry forms & photos are due to Mrs. Richardson no later than Monday, April 24th.

9. The 5th Annual Book Club Ball: "Fairy Tale Dreamland" is today from 6:30-8:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend this free event in the MHS Library. Costumes are encouraged and there will be a prize for the best one. After the ball, head over to an optional after party at the 9:10 showing of Beauty and the Beast at the Milford Cinemark Theater (tickets and transportation not provided).

10. All graduating seniors are invited to attend the MHS Class of 2017 Riverboat Graduation Cruise, post-graduation party on Sunday, May 28th. The BB Riverboats cruise is for Mariemont High School Graduating Seniors only, and will include music, dancing, soft drinks and prize drawings. The cost of the event is $15 per person. If you plan to attend, please return the waiver with a check made to MHS-PTO Graduation Party to the office by May 24th. Forms are available in the office. Any questions can be emailed to chandrabuswell@yahoo.com.


11. It’s not too late to submit your design to Mrs. Nelson for the Fall 2017 spirit shirt. A prize for the winner will be awarded! Please get your entries in next week.

12. Information on after school job opportunities is available in the CCPC.
 

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ANNOUNCEMENTS -- Thursday -- April 20, 2017

April 20, 2017

1. Prom tickets will be sold all this week during lunches. The cost is $80 per ticket which includes dinner. The absolute LAST day to buy prom tickets will be this Friday April 21st. NO EXCEPTIONS. You may not buy a ticket until you have turned in the prom permission slip to Ms. Reilly (it is not too late to turn these in!)

2. AFTER PROM TICKETS will also be sold all this week during lunch. They are $20.00 and checks should be made payable to MHS PTO. The Indian Hill Winter Club waiver must be turned in when purchasing tickets. The waiver was sent to all junior and senior parents via an email on April 11th from Dr. Renner. Hard copies are also available in the office.

3. Interested in who is running for class officer next year? Head over to warrior watch and check out your classmates’ election videos. Many people are running unopposed but class of 2020 and class of 2019 need to vote on blackboard for next year’s vice president. Polling is open until 5:00 PM today and then will close down. Make sure your voice is heard!

4. Iceland, Cooking, Biking, College Visits, Red River Gorge…so many exciting options but not long to sign up! Pick your intersession course choices and submit them by next Friday.
You need TWO submissions:

  • One: Turn in the back page of the booklet to the front office with your 4 choices and parent signature.
  • Two: Submit the Google Form linked on Blackboard. You must choose in BOTH formats, the hardcopy form and the online google form. The deadline of Friday April 28th is quickly approaching!

5. Don’t forget to register for Sunday's Eliminate5K sponsored by our very own Key Club. Help us eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus around the globe! Click here to register and be a life saver!

6. Shark Tank will meet in the lower library during 1st and 2nd lunch today.

7. Congratulations to Marin Valentine who won the high jump at the Finneytown Track Invitational.

8. Congratulations again to the boys’ Varsity baseball team for their 7-3 win over Reading. Congratulations also to the JV for their 5-2 victory.

9. The trip up to Indian Hill was sweet for both boys’ Lacrosse teams last night as JV topped the braves 19-5 and Varsity cruised to a 10-2 victory. Hats off to Indian Hill for all the GForce signage and fundraising. Next up is Milford at home Saturday at 11 & 1. See you at the game!

10. ATTENTION VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS STUDENTS: All judging for the MAA and Art Club scholarships is complete. All displays must be taken down by the end of the day TODAY. Please return all borrowed equipment to Mrs. Richardson and Mrs. Morris.

11. The MHS Annual Photo Contest is open to all students. Winners receive cash awards. Entry forms can be found in the school office. Entry forms & photos are due to Mrs. Richardson no later than Monday, April 24th.

12. The 5th Annual Book Club Ball: "Fairy Tale Dreamland" is Friday, April 21st from 6:30-8:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend this free event in the MHS Library. Costumes are encouraged and there will be a prize for the best one. After the ball, head over to an optional after party at the 9:10 showing of Beauty and the Beast at the Milford Cinemark Theater (tickets and transportation not provided).

13. All graduating seniors are invited to attend the MHS Class of 2017 Riverboat Graduation Cruise, post-graduation party on Sunday, May 28th. The BB Riverboats cruise is for Mariemont High School Graduating Seniors only, and will include music, dancing, soft drinks and prize drawings. The cost of the event is $15 per person. If you plan to attend, please return the waiver with a check made to MHS-PTO Graduation Party to the office by May 24th. Forms are available in the office. Any questions can be emailed to chandrabuswell@yahoo.com.

14. It’s not too late to submit your design to Mrs. Nelson for the Fall 2017 spirit shirt. A prize for the winner will be awarded! Please get your entries in next week.

15. Information on after school job opportunities is available in the CCPC.
 

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ANNOUNCEMENTS -- Wednesday -- April 19, 2017

April 19, 2017

1. Prom tickets will be sold all this week during lunches. The cost is $80 per ticket which includes dinner.Please make checks payable to Mariemont High School.  The absolute LAST day to buy prom tickets will be this Friday April 21st. NO EXCEPTIONS. You may not buy a ticket until you have turned in the prom permission slip to Ms. Reilly (it is not too late to turn these in!)

2. AFTER PROM TICKETS will also be sold all this week during lunch. They are $20.00 and checks should be made payable to MHS PTO. The Indian Hill Winter Club waiver must be turned in when purchasing tickets. The waiver was sent to all junior and senior parents via an email on April 11th from Dr. Renner. Hard copies are also available in the office.

3. Iceland, Cooking, Biking, College Visits, Red River Gorge…so many exciting options but not long to sign up! Pick your intersession course choices and submit them by next Friday.
You need TWO submissions:
One: Turn in the back page of the booklet to the front office with your 4 choices and parent signature.
Two: Submit the Google Form linked on Blackboard. You must choose in BOTH formats, the hardcopy form and the online google form. The deadline of Friday April 28th is quickly approaching!

4. Congrats to the varsity baseball team on their sweep of Indian Hill. Hayden Seeger threw a complete game shutout, only allowing 2 hits while striking out 10. The Warriors shut out Indian Hill in both games, for the first time in 43 years. They followed this up by a win last night over CNE, 9-8 over 9 innings. Freshman Peter Mysogland won his first Varsity game.

5. For any girls interested in playing tennis next year, there will be an informational meeting after school today in the commons.

6. Don’t forget to register for Sunday's Eliminate5K sponsored by our very own Key Club. Help us eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus around the globe! Register at warriors4theworld.org and be a life saver!

7. Mrs. Etnier’s Intersession “Iceland Explorations” informational meeting during lunch today is canceled and will be rescheduled.

8. ATTENTION VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS STUDENTS: Judging for the Mariemont Arts Association and MHS Art Club scholarships takes place TODAY in the upper library. Exhibits MUST remain on display all day and evening. All exhibits MUST be taken down by tomorrow, Thursday, April 20. We will not be responsible for exhibit materials left up after Thursday.

9. ATTENTION ART CLUB Members: ART Club meets today after school. We will be holding our officer elections. Please come show your support!

10. ATTENTION ALL MHS PHOTOGRAPHERS! Don't forget to enter this year's contest. It is open to ALL MHS students. Entry forms are in the lobby.

11. The 5th Annual Book Club Ball: "Fairy Tale Dreamland" is this Friday, April 21st. All are welcome to this free event in the MHS Library. Costumes are encouraged.

12. Congratulations to Addy Ashinger for winning the AIR Testing Survey drawing for a Starbucks gift card. Thanks to all who provided feedback.

13. All graduating seniors are invited to attend the MHS Class of 2017 Riverboat Graduation Cruise, post-graduation party on Sunday, May 28th. The BB Riverboats cruise is for Mariemont High School Graduating Seniors only, and will include music, dancing, soft drinks and prize drawings. The cost of the event is $15 per person. If you plan to attend, please return the waiver with a check made to MHS-PTO Graduation Party to the office by May 24th. Forms are available in the office. Any questions can be emailed to chandrabuswell@yahoo.com.

14. The MHS PTO wants your creative input on the design for the Fall 2017 spirit shirt. This competition is open to all MHS students. You can submit your design by emailing it to Jean Marie Nelson at JNelson@mariemontschools.org or you can drop off your design at the MHS front office. A prize for the winner will be awarded! All submissions are due by Thursday, April 20.

15. Information on after school job opportunities is available in the CCPC.
 

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ANNOUNCEMENTS -- Tuesday -- April 18, 2017

April 18, 2017

1. Prom tickets will be sold all this week during lunches. The cost is $80 per ticket which includes dinner. The absolute LAST day to buy prom tickets will be Friday April 21st. NO EXCEPTIONS. You may not buy a ticket until you have turned in the prom permission slip to Ms. Reilly (it is not too late to turn these in!)

2. AFTER PROM TICKETS will be sold all this week during lunch. They are $20.00 and checks should be made payable to MHS PTO. The Indian Hill Winter Club waiver must be turned in when purchasing tickets. The waiver was sent to all junior and senior parents via an email on April 11th from Dr. Renner. Hard copies are also available in the office.

3. The Lady Warriors Softball team made it 2 wins in a row last night with a 14-4 win over Indian Hill. Kasey Jones paced the attack with 4 hits, Kelsey Brown added 3 RBIs, and Sliding Julie Meece scored the final run for the Warriors. Sarah Pearson pitched a complete game for the victory.

4. Boys lacrosse traveled to Wyoming on Saturday and were victorious over the Cowboys by a score of 17-4. Our Warriors traveled back to St. Xavier last night to finish off their suspended match but the last second shot by Cole Harden was saved and final result was 11 – 10 Bombers over Mariemont. #1 ranked St. X surely feels lucky today to have held off the Mariemont late charge. A total team effort that came up just short and capped off one of the most exciting halves of lacrosse this season. Next up for Boys Lacrosse – at Indian Hill this Wednesday night. See you at the game!

5. For any girls interested in playing tennis next year, there will be an informational meeting Wednesday after school in the commons.

6. Today there is a Unified for Uganda fundraiser at Marcos pizza ALL DAY and ALL NIGHT. Anytime you place an order at the Mariemont location and mention Unified for Uganda, the club will receive 15% back! Be sure to go to Marcos, get carry out, or delivery to help support Mariemont's chapter of U4U!!!

7. Don’t forget to register for Sunday's Eliminate5K sponsored by our very own Key Club. Help us eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus around the globe! Register at warriors4theworld.org and be a life saver!

8. A reminder that Mariemont Awareness and Action Club will be meeting after school on Tuesday in Mr. Weiss's room.

9. ATTENTION VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS STUDENTS: Judging for the Mariemont Arts Association and MHS Art Club scholarships will take place tomorrow, Wednesday, April 19th in the upper library. You may begin setting up today; however, exhibits and portfolios must be set up no later than 7:30 AM Wednesday morning. If you need AV equipment, please see Mrs. Morris or Mrs. Colpi. If you need easels, display boards, etc. see Mrs. Richardson or Mrs. Hasselbeck today. Exhibits must remain on display all day Wednesday and Wednesday night. All exhibits must be taken down on Thursday.

10. Attention Art Club Members: We will be holding elections for next year’s officers tomorrow during Art Club. If you are interested in running for office, please see Mrs. Richardson TODAY or tomorrow morning to pick up a nomination form.

11. The MHS Annual Photo Contest is open to all students. Winners receive cash awards. Entry forms can be found in the school office or with Mrs. Richardson. All entry forms & photos are due to Mrs. Richardson no later than Monday, April 24th.


12. Spanish Club members should plan on attending a Spain themed event this afternoon from 3-4PM. We will share pictures, music and stories from our spring break trip to Spain. Snacks will be provided. Meet in señora Timmerding's room.

13. Are you interested in traveling to Iceland during intersession next year? Mrs. Etnier’s Intersession “Iceland Explorations” is traveling to Iceland for 6 days to discover the natural glaciers and geysers in the region. Any Freshman, Sophomore or Junior interested in traveling to Iceland for intersession can attend an informational meeting during lunch tomorrow in Mrs. Etnier’s classroom - which is room 36, next to the orchestra room. Bring your lunch and come learn more about this exciting opportunity!

14. The 5th Annual Book Club Ball: "Fairy Tale Dreamland" is this Friday, April 21st. All are welcome to this free event in the MHS Library. Costumes are encouraged.


15. All graduating seniors are invited to attend the MHS Class of 2017 Riverboat Graduation Cruise, post-graduation party on Sunday, May 28th. The BB Riverboats cruise is for Mariemont High School Graduating Seniors only, and will include music, dancing, soft drinks and prize drawings. The cost of the event is $15 per person. If you plan to attend, please return the waiver with a check made to MHS-PTO Graduation Party to the office by May 24th. Forms are available in the office. Any questions can be emailed to chandrabuswell@yahoo.com.


16. The MHS PTO wants your creative input on the design for the Fall 2017 spirit shirt. This competition is open to all MHS students. You can submit your design by emailing it to Jean Marie Nelson at JNelson@mariemontschools.org or you can drop off your design at the MHS front office. A prize for the winner will be awarded! All submissions are due by Thursday, April 20.

17. Information on after school job opportunities is available in the CCPC.
 

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ANNOUNCEMENTS -- Thursday -- April 13, 2017

April 13, 2017

1. Reminder to any student attending prom to turn in the Prom Permission Slip emailed to all Junior and Senior parents before break. Extra forms and prom guest forms are available in the front office. Forms are due by THIS Thursday to Ms. Reilly in Rm. 12. You may not buy a prom ticket without turning in this form.

Prom tickets will be sold all next week during lunches for $80 per ticket. The absolute LAST day to buy Prom tickets will be Friday April 21st. NO EXCEPTIONS.

AFTER PROM TICKETS will be sold all next week during lunch. They are $20.00 and checks should be made payable to MHS PTO. The Indian Hill Winter Club waiver must be turned in when purchasing tickets. The waiver was sent to all junior and senior parents via an email on April 11th from Dr. Renner. Hard copies are also available in the office.

2. Interested in studying Nursing after high school? Thursday, April 13th there will be a career chat with a nurse from Cincinnati Children's Hospital. The career chat will be held during both lunches in the upper library. Please sign up in the CCPC if interested.

3. Any student interested in being a class officer or a student council representative must pick up an application at the front office ASAP. Mandatory meetings will begin this week and applications are due on Monday, April 17th. There will be no exceptions to this rule. Please see Mrs. Mock with any questions.

4. Campus Life will meet during both lunches today. First lunch will meet in C20 and second lunch will meet in Mrs. Thomas’ room.

5. Attention Art Club Members: If you are interested in being an Art Club officer next year, you must see Mrs. Richardson, Isabelle Saulnier or Helen Kemper to get a nomination form. Elections will be held next Wednesday.


6. Attention all Mariemont Students: the MHS Annual Photography Contest is here!! Any Mariemont student can enter for FREE!! Winners receive cash awards. Top 2 photos will be framed and hung near the auditorium. Photos must be 5 x 7 or larger. Entry forms can be found in the front office or with Mrs. Richardson. Attach entry form to the back of photos. All entries due to no later than Monday, April 24th.


7. Spanish Club members should plan on attending a Spain themed event Tuesday, April 18th from 3-4PM. We will share pictures, music and stories from our spring break trip to Spain. Snacks will be provided. Meet in señora Timmerding's room.


8. Attention all cast and crew of the Fall Play and Spring Musical. If you have not already filled out your end-of-the-year awards ballot, please do so no later than end of school today. The link to the ballot was emailed to you last week and is on Blackboard in the Announcements in the High School Musical group.

9. Attention Cappies Team - if you have not already filled out the questionnaire that Mrs. Lowery sent to you, please make sure to do that, even if you are a senior. Thank you!

10. Congratulations to the varsity baseball team on their 1-0 win over Indian Hill yesterday. Henry Lewis picked up the win and had the game winning hit, while Andrew Hall pitched the final 3 innings for the save.

11. Last night the Lady Warriors Varsity softball team came back in the last inning to defeat Indian Hill by a score of 11-6. Kelsey Brown drove in the go ahead runs in the 7th and Kasey Jones added a big blow with a triple to stretch the lead. Sarah Pearson pitched a complete game victory. The Lady Warriors will be at home against Indian Hill on Monday.

12. Carson Fields wins all 3 of her event finals at the New Richmond Track and Field Invitational. Carson won the 100 m dash, 100 and 300 m hurdles. Icing on the cake was the fact that she broke her mother's 100 m dash school record on her 18th birthday! Other medalists include Corinne Fanta, Marin Valentine and Drew Goheen in the 800 and 1600 m runs. Jonah Dill finishes 3rd in the 110 high hurdles along with the girls 4 x 1 relay consisting of Alivia Naticchioni, Ava Morgan, Lauren Croll, and Ellie Lewis.

13. After-School and Summer Job Opportunities:
-Dewey’s Pizza is looking to fill part-time cooks and server assistant positions.
-Camargo Country Club is currently hiring seasonal full and part-time servers, food runners, dishwashers, cooks and grounds maintenance staff.
More information for both of these opportunities can be found in the CCPC.

14. All graduating seniors are invited to attend the MHS Class of 2017 Riverboat Graduation Cruise, post-graduation party on Sunday, May 28th. The BB Riverboats cruise is for Mariemont High School Graduating Seniors only, and will include music, dancing, soft drinks and prize drawings. The cost of the event is $15 per person. If you plan to attend, please return the fully executed Indemnification and Waiver of Liability Clause together with a check, made payable to the MHS-PTO Graduation Party, to the PTO mailbox at the High School by Wednesday, May 24th. Forms can be found in the school office or on the PTO Website. Please feel free to email Chandra Buswell at chandrabuswell@yahoo.com if you have any questions.

15. Looking for a leadership opportunity? Looking for a way to help others? Starting in 2017, the freshmen classes will be placed into teams of 10 that meet throughout the year, helping freshmen adjust to high school. Each group will have two high school leaders. That’s where you come in! To apply to be a leader, pick up the application in the CCPC and return it by May 1st. Good luck!

16. Volunteer at the Barn for Community Service Hours this summer! Summer art camp runs July 10 – 28. We need volunteer assistants for morning, early afternoon, and late afternoon classes for all three weeks. One week earns you 15 service hours, and The Barn is right in Mariemont, at 6980 Cambridge Ave. If interested, please contact Mrs. Long at 272-3700. THANKS!

17. The MHS PTO wants your creative input on the design for the Fall 2017 spirit shirt. This competition is open to all MHS students. You can submit your design by emailing it to Jean Marie Nelson at JNelson@mariemontschools.org or you can drop off your design at the MHS front office. A prize for the winner will be awarded! All submissions are due by Thursday, April 20.
 

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