District News

Student Committee for the Newbery Prize

 

 

Students in Mrs. Dione Greenberg’s class at Warner Middle School have been given a tremendous task.  Stephanie Bange, Director of Wright State University’s Educational Resource Center came to WMS to introduce the task to the class.  Mrs. Bange is on the national committee to select the book for the Newbery Medal in 2015 and she would like the students' assistance.  

 

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Superintendent Weekly Update

I hope that this weekly bulletin finds each of you in good heath and having enjoyed your long weekend.   Thanks for all you do for our kids. This past week was National School Lunch Week.  Thanks to all of our food service folks who do a terrific job every day not only in preparing nutritious and tasty lunches to over 3000 students daily but also for taking the time to get to know our students and making positive comments to them as they go through the lunch line each day.  Charlene Landis heads up the food service department and does an awesome job.  Terrific job everyone associated with our school breakfast and lunch programs.

ACT Score- Congratulations to Chris Council.  Chris took the ACT and scored a 35.  A perfect score is 36.  Great job Chris. We are so proud of you.

Homecoming- Homecoming Week went extremely well.  Thanks to Debb Rucker and Keenan Mikal for leading student council's efforts to have a well organized, spirited week.  Thanks also to the student council members for all the time they put into organizing the spirit days, pep rally, homecoming court presentation and the dance.  The gym looked incredible thanks to their creativity, time and vision.  The student council Executive Board Members are Montgomery Irvine, Paul Harshbarger, Savana McLain, Morgan Siefert, Lauren White, Logan Larson, Kayla Williamson, Brooke Elam, Konni Lorenz, Deborah Michalski, Cassie Gruhort and Natalie Jones.  Thanks also to the many staff members who were in attendance and helped chaperone the dance.

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Pride Certificates

Xenia High School Senior, Tyler Lawson was awarded a Pride Certificate by Superintendent Denny Morrison and the Board of Education for winning the BMX Eastern Division Championship.  Congratulations Tyler! Upon winning, he shared his medal with a Xenia Special Needs student.


Xenia Athletic Hall of Fame

Community Dignitaries, Xenia Community School Administrators, Former Inductees, and XHS Supporters :

On behalf of the Trustees of the Xenia Athletic Hall of Fame, I would like to extend to you the opportunity to attend the ceremony for those individuals and the team to be inducted into the Xenia Athletic Hall of Fame for the Class of 2014.

The inaugural class was inducted in 2011 and this is only the fourth class of outstanding athletes, a coach, a community contributor, and a team to be inducted.  Last year’s induction ceremony was a rewarding experience for the fans of Xenia athletics and this year’s ceremony will be just as outstanding.  Not only will you get to hear the athletes relive their memories and share their inspirational words but we will also serve dessert and light hors d’oeuvres prior to their speeches along with giving you a chance to speak with those who have given so much to Xenia’s rich tradition of athletic excellence.

The Hall of Fame induction ceremony will consist of two parts:

  • The introduction of the Class of 2014 at the XHS basketball game on Friday night, December 5th.
  • The induction ceremony and dinner on Saturday, December 6th at 5:30 PM at Faith Community Methodist Church

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Xenia High School

At Xenia High School, the students and teachers have fun while learning and staying active.  Please enjoy this video of Xenia High School during Spirit Week 2014.

 


WebQuest at Tecumseh

The internet is filled with valuable resources for education.  Fifth Grade Science teacher at Tecumseh, Julie Scheerschmidt, has used a teaching technique that blends creative problem solving with the internet.  This technique is known as a WebQuest.


Plant Soup

Kindergarten teachers at Shawnee Elementary School taught a science lesson about consumable plants.  The students learned about the roots, leaves, and flowers that people can eat.  Students were provided with creative ways to apply their learning.

 

 


Mandatory Winter Sports Meeting Scheduled

On Monday, October 27, XCS will hold their OHSAA mandated Winter Sport Parent/Athlete Meeting in the Xenia High School Gym at 6:00 p.m. Any XCS student in grades 7-12 interested in participating in a Winter sport must attend with parent or guardian. We look forward to seeing you there!


Upcoming Events

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