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Morning Announcements

February 14th, 2019



Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements


-Tomorrow we will have out A Game assembly focusing on accountability – we will be running on A game schedule.

-This Friday is also midterm for the 3rd nine weeks grading period. Teachers, please have grades updated in Progress Book by 12:00pm on Tuesday February 19th.

-Reminder to Seniors to please review the list of scholarship options available. It is a lengthy list & you have all received email notifying you of those scholarships. Please stop into guidance to pick up an application.

-BCC will NOT be in session on Monday February 18th in observance of President’s Day

-Last Chance to get your senior tshirt! Order yours today! Stop by Business & Marketing upstairs by Friday only $12.00 Each Don’t Miss out!

-CTE spirit week closes out tomorrow with Making Dreams come true! Wear attire to represent your Dream job!

February 12th, 2019




Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements


-Tomorrow Morning is Pancakes with Parents from 7:45 – 8:45. We look forward to having your parents in the building and learning more about our student’s day at BCC.

-This Friday we will have our A Game assembly focusing on accountability – We will be running on A game schedule.

-This Friday is also midterm for the 3rd nine weeks grading period. Teachers, please have grades updated in Progress Book by 12:00pm on Tuesday February 19th.

-Garaway and East Holmes Students will be picked up early Tuesday February 12, for a pep rally at Garaway. Students who ride the bus will be picked up at 1:15pm. Students who drive to Buckeye and want to attend the Pep Rally, may be dismissed. If you are not attending the Pep rally you are not dismissed – you will need to sign in with Mrs. O’Farrell.

February 8th, 2019


Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements


-Pancakes with Parents will be held February 13th from 7:45 – 8:45. 

-We have a large list of scholarships available to graduating seniors. Please take advantage of these opportunities. Seniors were emailed a large list of scholarship opportunities, please review. Applications can be obtained in the guidance office.

Vietnam Veterans of America – available to any student who has a family member that is a Vietnam Vet.

Ohio Gas Association Scholarship – any student attending college for Life Sciences, Liberal Arts, Engineering or Business.

Richard Ronald Scholarship – any student graduating from a tusc. Co. High School

Tusc. Co. Community Foundation Leadership Scholarship – any student from a Tusc. County High School.

Scott Graham Memorial Scholarship – any student pursuing Firefighting Training or Paramedic Training

DJ’s Weld & Fab Scholarship – any student going directly into the workforce.

Claymont Foundation – 2 types – one academic performance based & one financial need based.

Ohio Oil & Gas – any student going into the Gas & Oil Industry. Whether clerical, engineer, welding, etc.

Mrs. J’s Scholarship – Garaway students; any vocational or teaching careers.

Suzanne Stauffer Scholarship for the arts – Garaway student planning to further education in an artistic field.

Lila M. VanSweringen Scholarship – pursuing education in Office related career.

BCC Adult Education – one full ride scholarship for any full time program. (1) Awarded to a student from each feeder school.

Holmes Co. Education Foundation – Available to any student going for further education that resides in Holmes Co.

Kiwanis Club scholarship – available to residents of Dover or New Phila

OSU Alumni Scholarship – Tusc. Co. residents attending any OSU campus, including ATI

Thomas Patton YMCA Scholarship – any student who is a member of the YMCA

-Reminder BCC 2019 Senior tshirts are for sale now! $12.00 a shirt. Flyers are around the building as well as the bulletin board at the English hallway to see the design. Place your order with any Business/Marketing student or in the bcc pride shop.

-Career Tech Spirit Week

Monday 2/11 Dress for Success

Tuesday 2/12 Dress to Save Lives

Wednesday 2/13 Build your Future

Thursday 2/14 Cooking Up Careers

Friday 2/15 Making Dreams Come True

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“3 things to think about every day: where you started, where you are, and where you are going.” – Jim Valvano

February 6th, 2019


Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements


-This is a reminder to students that Pancakes with parents has been moved to February 13th

from 7:45 – 8:45. If your parent has already RSVP’d there is no need to RSVP again; However, if your parent or guardian is unable to attend please have them contact the office.

-This Friday we will be on Activity Schedule for Home School Meetings.

-Drug Free Club Members: All club members are to report to the cafeteria this Thursday after announcements. Please plan to attend; there will be a couple of incentives distributed to each member and important information on the use of the Café & Marketplace.

-Any Jr. who would like to learn more about the possibility of taking double labs next school year is encouraged to attend a meeting this Thursday at 6:00pm with your parents in the Buckeye room.

-We have a large list of scholarships available to graduating seniors. Please take advantage of these opportunities. Seniors were emailed a large list of scholarship opportunities, please review. Applications can be obtained in the guidance office.

New Phila Quaker Foundation – due date February 4th

Vietnam Veterans of America – available to any student who has a family member that is a Vietnam Vet.

Ohio Gas Association Scholarship – any student attending college for Life Sciences, Liberal Arts, Engineering or Business.

Richard Ronald Scholarship – any student graduating from a tusc. Co. High School

Tusc. Co. Community Foundation Leadership Scholarship – any student from a Tusc. County High School.

Scott Graham Memorial Scholarship – any student pursuing Firefighting Training or Paramedic Training

DJ’s Weld & Fab Scholarship – any student going directly into the workforce.

Claymont Foundation – 2 types – one academic performance based & one financial need based.

Ohio Oil & Gas – any student going into the Gas & Oil Industry. Whether clerical, engineer, welding, etc.

Mrs. J’s Scholarship – Garaway students; any vocational or teaching careers.

Suzanne Stauffer Scholarship for the arts – Garaway student planning to further education in an artistic field.

Lila M. VanSweringen Scholarship – pursuing education in Office related career.

BCC Adult Education – one full ride scholarship for any full time program. (1) Awarded to a student from each feeder school.

Holmes Co. Education Foundation – Available to any student going for further education that resides in Holmes Co.

Kiwanis Club scholarship – available to residents of Dover or New Phila

OSU Alumni Scholarship – Tusc. Co. residents attending any OSU campus, including ATI

Thomas Patton YMCA Scholarship – any student who is a member of the YMCA

-Any Carrollton junior or senior that wishes to sell strawberries to defer the cost of your prom ticket, stop in the counseling office today after 1:00 or tomorrow and pick up an order form. Orders must then be turned into Mrs. Gross this Friday.

-The perfect attendance awards ceremony will be tomorrow Wednesday Feb. 6th after announcements. Mrs. Beaber will be passing out awards tickets to lab teachers this afternoon, please bring this ticket with you tomorrow.

-Reminder BCC 2019 Senior tshirts are for sale now! $12.00 a shirt. Flyers are around the building as well as the bulletin board at the English hallway to see the design. Place your order with any Business/Marketing student or in the bcc pride shop.

-FFA Strawberry sales are due Feb. 6th

-Order your Valentine’s package today!

-Newcomerstown students will have an early dismissal at 12:15pm on Thursday 2/7.

-Career Tech Spirit Week

Monday 2/11 Dress for Success

Tuesday 2/12 Dress to Save Lives

Wednesday 2/13 Build your Future

Thursday 2/14 Cooking Up Careers

Friday 2/15 Making Dreams Come True

-Strawberry Sales are due Friday Feb. 6th. Money should be turned to Mrs. Burdette.

“You don’t get what you wish for, you get what you work for” – Michael A. Smith

February 5th, 2019




Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements


-This is a reminder to students that Pancakes with parents has been moved to February 13th

from 7:45 – 8:45. If your parent has already RSVP’d there is no need to RSVP again; However, if your parent or guardian is unable to attend please have them contact the office.

-This Friday we will be on Activity Schedule for Home School Meetings. A Game from last Friday has been moved to Friday Feb. 15th and Club Meetings will be Friday Feb. 22nd.

-Students are reminded to make sure you store your laptops in warm, dry areas. Please do not leave them in your vehicle. Cold weather is extremely hard on the battery & it can affect your Chromebook’s performance.

-Drug Free Club Members: All club members are to report to the cafeteria this Thursday after announcements. Please plan to attend; there will be a couple of incentives distributed to each member and important information on the use of the Café & Marketplace.

-Any Jr. who would like to learn more about the possibility of taking double labs next school year is encouraged to attend a meeting this Thursday at 6:00pm with your parents in the Buckeye room.

-Today we welcome Business Owners, public officials, and state officials to Buckeye Career Center for Director for A Day. We have 12 individuals who will be visiting various labs and will be learning more about Buckeye Career Center. Please be sure that these individuals receive a warm Buckeye welcome as they are in our building tomorrow.

-We have a large list of scholarships available to graduating seniors. Please take advantage of these opportunities. Seniors were emailed a large list of scholarship opportunities, please review. Applications can be obtained in the guidance office.

New Phila Quaker Foundation – due date February 4th

Vietnam Veterans of America – available to any student who has a family member that is a Vietnam Vet.

Ohio Gas Association Scholarship – any student attending college for Life Sciences, Liberal Arts, Engineering or Business.

Richard Ronald Scholarship – any student graduating from a tusc. Co. High School

Tusc. Co. Community Foundation Leadership Scholarship – any student from a Tusc. County High School.

Scott Graham Memorial Scholarship – any student pursuing Firefighting Training or Paramedic Training

DJ’s Weld & Fab Scholarship – any student going directly into the workforce.

Claymont Foundation – 2 types – one academic performance based & one financial need based.

Ohio Oil & Gas – any student going into the Gas & Oil Industry. Whether clerical, engineer, welding, etc.

Mrs. J’s Scholarship – Garaway students; any vocational or teaching careers.

Suzanne Stauffer Scholarship for the arts – Garaway student planning to further education in an artistic field.

Lila M. VanSweringen Scholarship – pursuing education in Office related career.

BCC Adult Education – one full ride scholarship for any full time program. (1) Awarded to a student from each feeder school.

Holmes Co. Education Foundation – Available to any student going for further education that resides in Holmes Co.

Kiwanis Club scholarship – available to residents of Dover or New Phila

OSU Alumni Scholarship – Tusc. Co. residents attending any OSU campus, including ATI

Thomas Patton YMCA Scholarship – any student who is a member of the YMCA

-Any Carrollton junior or senior that wishes to sell strawberries to defer the cost of your prom ticket, stop in the counseling office today after 1:00 or tomorrow and pick up an order form. Orders must then be turned into Mrs. Gross this Friday.

-The perfect attendance awards ceremony will be tomorrow Wednesday Feb. 6th after announcements. Mrs. Beaber will be passing out awards tickets to lab teachers this afternoon, please bring this ticket with you tomorrow.

-Reminder BCC 2019 Senior tshirts are for sale now! $12.00 a shirt. Flyers are around the building as well as the bulletin board at the English hallway to see the design. Place your order with any Business/Marketing student or in the bcc pride shop.

-FFA Strawberry sales are due Feb. 6th

-Order your Valentine’s package today!

-Newcomerstown students will have an early dismissal at 12:15pm on Thursday 2/7.

-Career Tech Spirit Week

Monday 2/11 Dress for Success

Tuesday 2/12 Dress to Save Lives

Wednesday 2/13 Build your Future

Thursday 2/14 Cooking Up Careers

Friday 2/15 Making Dreams Come True


February 4th, 2019


Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements


-This is a reminder to students that Pancakes with parents has been moved to February 13th

from 7:45 – 8:45. If your parent has already RSVP’d there is no need to RSVP again; However, if your parent or guardian is unable to attend please have them contact the office.

-This Friday we will be on Activity Schedule for Home School Meetings. A Game from last Friday has been moved to Friday Feb. 15th and Club Meetings will be Friday Feb. 22nd.

-Students are reminded to make sure you store your laptops in warm, dry areas. Please do not leave them in your vehicle. Cold weather is extremely hard on the battery & it can affect your Chromebook’s performance.

-Drug Free Club Members: All club members are to report to the cafeteria this Thursday after announcements. Please plan to attend; there will be a couple of incentives distributed to each member and important information on the use of the Café & Marketplace.

-Any Jr. who would like to learn more about the possibility of taking double labs next school year is encouraged to attend a meeting this Thursday at 6:00pm with your parents in the Buckeye room.

-Tomorrow we welcome Business Owners, public officials, and state officials to Buckeye Career Center for Director for A Day. We have 12 individuals who will be visiting various labs and will be learning more about Buckeye Career Center. Please be sure that these individuals receive a warm Buckeye welcome as they are in our building tomorrow.

-Congratulations to the 39 members of HOSA who competed at the Midwest Regional HOSA competition held this past Saturday at Canton South High School. It was a very large competition and all the HOSA members who competed represented BCC very well!

-We have a large list of scholarships available to graduating seniors. Please take advantage of these opportunities. Applications can be obtained in the guidance office.

New Phila Quaker Foundation – due date February 4th

Vietnam Veterans of America – available to any student who has a family member that is a Vietnam Vet.

Ohio Gas Association Scholarship – any student attending college for Life Sciences, Liberal Arts, Engineering or Business.

Richard Ronald Scholarship – any student graduating from a tusc. Co. High School

Tusc. Co. Community Foundation Leadership Scholarship – any student from a Tusc. County High School.

Scott Graham Memorial Scholarship – any student pursuing Firefighting Training or Paramedic Training

DJ’s Weld & Fab Scholarship – any student going directly into the workforce.

Claymont Foundation – 2 types – one academic performance based & one financial need based.

Ohio Oil & Gas – any student going into the Gas & Oil Industry. Whether clerical, engineer, welding, etc.

Mrs. J’s Scholarship – Garaway students; any vocational or teaching careers.

Suzanne Stauffer Scholarship for the arts – Garaway student planning to further education in an artistic field.

Lila M. VanSweringen Scholarship – pursuing education in Office related career.

BCC Adult Education – one full ride scholarship for any full time program. (1) Awarded to a student from each feeder school.

Holmes Co. Education Foundation – Available to any student going for further education that resides in Holmes Co.

Kiwanis Club scholarship – available to residents of Dover or New Phila

OSU Alumni Scholarship – Tusc. Co. residents attending any OSU campus, including ATI

Thomas Patton YMCA Scholarship – any student who is a member of the YMCA

January 29th, 2019

 January 29th, 2019

Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements


-This is a reminder to students that Pancakes with parents has been moved to February 13th

from 7:45 – 8:45. If your parent has already RSVP’d there is no need to RSVP again; However, if your parent or guardian is unable to attend please have them contact the office.

-This Friday we will be on A Game schedule – our speaker will be Mr. Brian Proctor from MAPP investments and he will be speaking on accountability.

-Due to cold temperatures, students are reminded to make sure you store your laptops in warm, dry areas. Please do not leave them in your vehicle. The cold weather is extremely hard on the battery & it can affect your chromebook’s performance.

-Again we remind students that you are to follow Buckeye Career Center’s schedule – if Buckeye is in session you are expected to be here – this includes delays when your home school is not is session for example teacher inservice days & spring break days. However, if your home district cancels or delays, you are to follow that delay & cancellation & not report to BCC for safety reasons.

-The scholarship foundation for the Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program is accepting scholarship applications. This is a $1000.00 scholarship available to students interested in pursuing a career goal in the crude oil and natural gas industry. Students must have a 2.5 GPA or higher. Deadline is March 1 and applications are available in Guidance.

-Attention Drug Free Club Members- All members are to report to the cafeteria on Thursday after announcements. Please plan to attend; there will be a couple incentives distributed to each member – and important info on the use of the Café and Marketplace. 

-Plan ahead for Friday’s Bible study at 7:25am in the Early Childhood Education Lab.


“Believe in yourself. You are braver than you think, more talented than you know, and capable of more than you imagine. Believing in yourself is a key ingredient to any success.”  




January 25th, 2019



Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements


-Pancakes with Parents has been rescheduled for Wednesday February 13th. We hope your parents and grandparents are still able to make it!

-Students are reminded that they are to follow Buckeye’s schedule. If your homeschool is closed for teacher in-service, and Buckeye is in regular session, you are expected to be here. This includes spring break as well. It will count against you if you do not attend when Buckeye is in session. The ONLY time this does NOT apply is when your district delays or cancels due to weather. When this happens, you are to abide by your home districts cancellation or delay due to safety reasons.

-Attention Carrollton students- you have a pep rally today and will be dismissed at 12:50pm to attend the pep rally. Also, Pre-Sale Homecoming tickets will be sold in the CHS lobby upon arrival to the pep rally today for $5. Tickets at the door are $10, however, IF you truly do not have a chance to get a pre-sale ticket you will be admitted for the pre-sale price. Simply talk to Mr. Brooks at the door.

-Looking ahead to next Friday- we will have A Game, so we will be running on A Game schedule next Friday.

-Next week we will be conducting WorkKeys testing with juniors during lab times. A schedule for that will be distributed.


“The leaders who work most effectively, it seems to me, never say ‘I’. And that’s not because they have trained themselves not to say ‘I’. They don’t think ‘I’. They think ‘we’; they think ‘team’. They understand their job to be to make the team function. They accept responsibility and don’t sidestep it, but ‘we’ gets the credit…This is what creates trust, what enables you to get the task done.” 

                                                                                                                                            -Peter Drucker

January 23, 2019




Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements

--Tomorrow January 24 th is Pancakes with Parents – for those students and your parents who RSVP’d, we look forward to an enjoyable breakfast tomorrow morning!


February 15th, 2019







Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements


-Today is the midterm for the 3rd nine week grading period; teachers please have grades updated by Tuesday February 19th at 12:00pm

-This Monday February 18th – BCC will not be in session in observance of President’s day.

-Seniors are reminded to check with guidance counselors if they are interested in applying for scholarships. Please be sure to take advantage of this opportunity.

-Attention Drug Free Club Members Who Drive to School: You MUST be out of the parking lot by 2:25 when dismissed at 2:20. If you choose to wait for a friend who is not a Drug Free Club Member to be released at 2:25 you are forfeiting your early dismissal privilege and must wait to be dismissed by staff members on parking lot duty.

-Any students who have committed to military service (active duty, Reserve or National Guard) please stop in the guidance office and see Mr. Stocker or Mrs. Kinsey.

-All Newcomerstown students will be dismissed at 12:15pm today. Don’t forget to sign out in the cafeteria before leaving!

- Tusky Valley students will have an early dismissal today at 1:55pm. Students leaving are required to sign out in the cafeteria prior to leaving the building.


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