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Morning Announcements

April 22nd, 2019

Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements

-I want to comment all of our students who participated in last Thursday’s Career Fair for your engagement and professionalism. It was an outstanding event and all of you were outstanding representatives of BCC!

-End of course testing continues today with American History and Biology Part I will be periods 1-3 and part II periods 7-9. If testing is taking place in your academic classroom, please report to your lab.

-Webxam post testing will continue this week. A reminder to teachers that testing must be completed by the end of the day this Friday.

-We will hold Club meetings this Friday – we will be running on Activity Schedule.

-Seniors are reminded to get your ticket requests turned into the main office by Friday April 26th.

-All Seniors, fees are due to be paid in full by Friday May 3rd. If your fees are not paid, you will not receive your certificate or be able to participate in the Awards Ceremony. This also applies if you have been absent 15 days or more.

-Any Strasburg student that is interested in going to Prom & has not bought tickets, please see Mrs. Robinson in guidance today.

-Any Buckeye prom committee members interested in helping with this Friday’s Hollywood themed Starlight Spring Formal, please see Mr. or Mrs. Strimbu. Also, a reminder to all SkillsUSA officers and members that there will be a meeting this Friday after announcements.

“The most dangerous phrase in the English language is: We’ve always done it that way. If you keep doing things the same way – expect the dame result.”

April 17th, 2019


Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements

-End of course testing continues today with Algebra I. Part I will be periods 1-3 and Part II will be periods 7-9. Teachers please review the lists that were emailed to make sure students report to make sure students report to testing. A list of students reporting to lab was also distributed. Students, if testing is taking place in your math class – report to your lab for that period ONLY.

-All students have an outstanding opportunity tomorrow to gain valuable interviewing and career readiness skills and will have the opportunity to meet employers and learn more about your chosen career field. All students are encouraged to dress professionally – What does that look like? CLEAN, Nice clothing- NO holes in pants, nice shirt – such as a polo shirt, clean shoes, no muddy boots. Remember feedback from employers indicates that the first thing they observe is a person’s appearance and dress.

-As you prepare for tomorrow remember that our speaker and other guests will be treated with respect and ALL students sill represent BCC in a [positive manner. Teachers please familiarize yourself with the bell schedule and review with students- students will eat lunch in Landscaping and energy ops.

-Reminder to seniors that your fees are due to be paid in full on May 3. If your fees are not paid, you will not receive your certificate or be permitted to participate in the Awards Ceremony. – No more than 15 absences to participate in the Awards Ceremony.

Scholarships

-The BEA unified scholarships are now available. These are scholarships sponsored by the employees and members of the schools union.  One is for any student going to additional education.

The second is for any senior going into the workforce. This can be used for tool or uniforms or any related supplies for your job.

-Stein Memorial Scholarship – this is available to any senior who has plans to attend College, Technical or Vocational School. Deadline is May 1st.

-Dover Seniors: Cedar Point tickets are now on sale. The Senior Trip is May 23rd. Cost is $50, that includes a drink wristband. Reminder… all school fees must be paid in order to purchase tickets. The EmMed forms can be turned in when they buy tickets or later at the high school by May 10th. tickets will be sold at BCC guidance, See Mrs. Kinsey.You may also purchase tickets April 1st – 26th before school and after school in Room 120, from 7:30-7:45 and 2:35 – 2:50, and 8th and 9th periods in red and gray café (rm. 119). Cost is $50, which includes a drink wristband. Reminder.. all school fees must be paid in order to purchase tickets.

-Attention Claymont students – the Buckeye Bus is running today! The Buckeye Bus will run tomorrow as well from the middle school at 7:30 and will also pick up tomorrow afternoon. Next week we are back to normal schedule.

All students- please check your email, you were set a google form “What you know about Vaping?” – This is for a FCCLA project please fill out the form and submit – thank you


April 16th, 2019


Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements

-This Thursday we will be holding our Career Fair here at BCC. All students will gain valuable experience in interviewing and career readiness. All of our students will have the opportunity to meet perspective employers and learn about required qualifications for your chosen career fields. All students are encouraged to dress professionally on Thursday and represent BCC in a positive manner. Teachers please familiarize yourself with the bell schedule and review with students that lunches will take place in Landscaping and Energy Ops.

-Reminder to seniors that your fees are due to be paid in full on May 3. If your fees are not paid, you will not receive your certificate or be permitted to participate in the Awards Ceremony. – No more than 15 absences to participate in the Awards Ceremony.

Scholarships

-The BEA unified scholarships are now available. These are scholarships sponsored by the employees and members of the schools union.  One is for any student going to additional education.

The second is for any senior going into the workforce. This can be used for tool or uniforms or any related supplies for your job.

-Stein Memorial Scholarship – this is available to any senior who has plans to attend College, Technical or Vocational School. Deadline is May 1st.


Dover Seniors: Cedar Point tickets are now on sale. The Senior Trip is May 23rd. Cost is $50 , that includes a drink wristband. Reminder… all school fees must be paid in order to purchase tickets. The EmMed forms can be turned in when they buy tickets or later at the high school by May 10th.

-tickets will be sold at BCC guidance, See Mrs. Kinsey.

You may also purchase tickets April 1st – 26th before school and after school in Room 120, from 7:30-7:45 and 2:35 – 2:50, and 8th and 9th periods in red and gray café (rm. 119). Cost is $50, which includes a drink wristband. Reminder.. all school fees must be paid in order to purchase tickets.

April 11th, 2019






Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements

-Reminder- if you are in the hallway for ANY reason during classes you must have a signed pass from your teacher – NO EXCEPTIONS

-End of course testing will continue for juniors who will be taking the government test. Your Social Studies teachers have prepared you well for this assessment, and we remind our test takers the importance of a great work ethic and attitude as you begin this assessment – Good Luck!

-Tomorrow we will hold Home School Meetings – we will run on Activity Schedule. 

-Next Thursday we will be holding our Career Fair here at BCC. All of our students will have the opportunity to meet prospective employers and learn about required qualifications for your chosen career fields. All students are encouraged to dress professionally next Thursday and represent BCC in positive manner.

-Reminder to all seniors that your fees are due to be paid in full on May 3rd. If your fees are not paid, you will not receive your certificate or be permitted to participate in the Awards Ceremony.

-Attention Carrollton students: Your yearbook distribution party is May 9th at CHS. If you preordered a book the cost is $1 to get in. If you didn’t preorder a book the cost is $2. The party is from 12:40pm – 2:17 pm. If you are interested in attending, you must sign up with Ken Stocker in the BCC Guidance office by Friday, April 19th. Mrs. Gross needs to know if you are coming and if you need a bus.

-Reminder the Graphic Arts class community service project is running a toy drive called BCC cares. Make sure you drop the toys off in the Graphic Arts lab by May 4th. The lab that donates the most toys will receive a pizza party.

-New Philadelphia Students: New Philadelphia will be here during your lunch period on Thursday, April 18th to sell Prom tickets. Ticket prices are $70 for a couple, $40 for a single, and $30 for post prom only. You can also stop at the high school either before or after school to buy tickets in Mrs. Jenkin’s room – Room 335.

-New Philadelphia Seniors – Money for the senior trip to Cedar Point on May 23rd will be collected on the 18th during your lunch. Cost of the ticket is $40.00. You can also contact Mrs. Jenkins for more information.

-During Home School meetings tomorrow Strasburg prom tickets will be on sale for $30/ticket

-Garaway prom tickets are available in the BCC guidance office. Prices are $15 individual & $30 for a couple. Please see Mrs. Robinson if you would like to purchase any.

-On Friday April 12th Mrs. Kochman will be at BCC to sell prom tickets. Cost is $20 for single and $40 for couple.



“Stay positive and happy. Work hard and don’t give up hope. Be open to criticism and keep learning. Surround yourself with happy, warm, and genuine people.”

April 10th, 2019






Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements

-Reminder- if you are in the hallway for ANY reason during classes you must have a signed pass from your teacher – NO EXCEPTIONS

-This Friday we will hold Home School Meetings – we will run on Activity Schedule. 

-Next Thursday we will be holding our Career Fair here at BCC. All of our students will have the opportunity to meet prospective employers and learn about required qualifications for your chosen career fields. All students are encouraged to dress professionally next Thursday and represent BCC in positive manner.

-Reminder to all seniors that your fees are due to be paid in full on May 3rd. If your fees are not paid, you will not receive your certificate or be permitted to participate in the Awards Ceremony.

-Attention Carrollton students: Voting for Prom King, Queen, Prince, & Princess will take place this Wednesday April 10th during your lunch. You must log onto your Carrollton email for the directions on what to do. You will receive the email Tuesday night. Prom tickets will be sold Thursday and Friday Morning from 7:00-7:30am. Prom tickets are $60 per couple, singles $30. Reminder, your class dues must be paid in order to buy prom tickets. Dues are $10 for junior year and $10 for senior year.

-Reminder the Graphic Arts class community service project is running a toy drive called BCC cares. Make sure you drop the toys off in the Graphic Arts lab by May 4th. The lab that donates the most toys will receive a pizza party.

-New Philadelphia Students: New Philadelphia will be here during your lunch period on Thursday, April 18th to sell Prom tickets. Ticket prices are $70 for a couple, $40 for a single, and $30 for post prom only. You can also stop at the high school either before or after school to buy tickets in Mrs. Jenkin’s room – Room 335.

-New Philadelphia Seniors – Money for the senior trip to Cedar Point on May 23rd will be collected on the 18th during your lunch. Cost of the ticket is $40.00. You can also contact Mrs. Jenkins for more information.

April 5th, 2019




Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements

-Regular Bell Schedule today – any student in the halls today – as usual- must have a hall pass – no exceptions!

-Due to Prom decorating the cafeteria seating is CLOSED for lunch- students are asked to get your lunch in the Cafeteria and then go to either Landscaping Lab or Energy Operations lab to eat.

-Motorcycle Ohio will be holding class tomorrow in the back parking lot. ALL cars MUST be off the lot by 3:00pm today! – no cars are permitted to be parked there overnight.

-ATTENTION SENIORS: Awards Ceremony Letter- A letter was sent to your home over break, regarding the BCC Awards Ceremonies that will be held May 21st and 22nd. Please refer to that letter for information. In order to participate you have to maintain a C average in your lab, must have passed all classes, met graduation requirements, and all fees must be paid by May 3rd.laptop must be turned in and no more than 15 absences for the school year.

-Attention Buckeye Ambassadors participating in the Teen Driving Rodeo: Please remember that your signed permission slips & copy of insurance are due to Mrs. Carroll by tomorrow!

-PROM- a reminder that all students and their guests will be required to pass a breathalyzer test before being admitted to prom. Anyone failing to pass the breathalyzer will be denied entry and no ticket money will be refunded. New Philadelphia Police will be present to assist with any underage drinking issues. In an effort to make this process go as quickly as possible, please do not chew gum, use mouthwash, or use breath mints before taking the test. This will interfere with the breathalyzer and delay your entry into prom.

-We do have extra parking available in the rear of the building. This area is located across the street from the back lot. Students parking in this area will need to back into the parking spots and your vehicle will face the building for safe and efficient dismissal. You will park here instead of the front of the building.

-Graphic Arts Community Service project to collect toys for children at Union Hospital is still going. Make sure toys are dropped off in the Graphic Arts Lab by May 4th. The lab that donates the most toys will receive a pizza party. – Outdoor power is currently in the lead with 50 toys!

-Reminder to seniors who received the Buckeye Foundation Scholarship – Remember – your Bio and Pictures are due to Mrs. Kinsey by the end of the week.

-Prom committee members- meet in the Graphic Arts Lab at 12:30 this afternoon to begin setup. Be sure to have your pre-signed pass with you. Also any member that is free this morning may continue to keep assembling props.


“Don’t be upset with the results you didn’t get from the work you didn’t do.”


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