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Morning Announcements

May 14th, 2019





Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements

-This week;  May (Wednesday) 15th & (Thursday) 16th, next week, we will be holding Career Exploration Days. You will NOT report to BCC on these days, students need to arrange to visit businesses, industrial settings, visit colleges, or any post-secondary school, visit military recruits, complete job applications, shadow someone in your career area, participate in an interview here at BCC, or if you are presently employed, you may work. All students need to determine their activities and have your pre-approval form completed and turned into your lab instructor by Monday, May 13. On both Career Exploration days, there will be no transportation to BCC. Students will be counted absent if your verification forms are not turned in by May 20.

-Next week during Career Exploration on May 15th & 16th Park Village will be at Buckeye Career Center for open interviews. Interviews are available from 9am-1pm. If you are interested please sign up with Mrs. Beaber in the front office. You MUST sign up for these interview time slots. Positions available: STNA’s, full-time cook position available, and those students that have not yet taken or passed their STNA test, we have personal attendant positions in assisted living. The personal attendant positions must be 18 years of age.

-Senior grades are due on Wednesday, seniors you have until the end of the day tomorrow to complete any class assignments.

-This Friday Awards Ceremony Practice will be held May 17th at 12:30 for the May 21st Awards Ceremony and at 1:15 for the May 22nd Awards Ceremony. Practices will be held in Energy Ops.

-This Friday seniors will be turning in laptops. You will be called down by lab. Please make sure you have your charger. If your device is damages, lost, or stolen, you will be responsible for the cost.

-Congratulations to our national technical honor society inductees. This is a reminder that the ceremony will be this Friday at 8:00am in the Carlisle Café.

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

May 8th, 2019


Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements

-On May 16th & 17th, next week, we will be holding Career Exploration Days. You will NOT report to BCC on these days, students need to arrange to visit businesses, industrial settings, visit colleges, or any post-secondary school, visit military recruits, complete job applications, shadow someone in your career area, participate in an interview here at BCC, or if you are presently employed, you may work. All students need to determine their activities and have your pre-approval form completed and turned into your lab instructor by Monday, May 13. On both Career Exploration days, there will be no transportation to BCC. Students will be counted absent if your verification forms are not turned in by May 20.

-Attention seniors – you have 5 school days to complete all course work. Senior grades will be due Wednesday May, 15.

-Seniors will be turning in laptops on Friday May 17. Please make sure you have your chargers as well. If your device is lost or stolen, you will be responsible for the cost.

-This Friday we will be holding Home School meetings, we will be on activity schedule.

-Our drug free cookout will be held this Friday from 11-12 and is sponsored by Skyline Homes. Remember you must have your card to participate – no exceptions.

-As we quickly approach the Awards Ceremony here are a few reminders for seniors. In order to participate you must have: a C average in your lab. Must have passed all classes to earn your credits. ALL fees must be paid – that deadline is this Friday. No more than 15 days absent.

-Also remember that our awards ceremony is a formal dignified event, any misbehavior, disrespect, immorality, or pranks leading up to the ceremony will disqualify you from participating in this special event. Remember – no writing, artwork, or decorating of any kind is permitted on your graduation cap. Practice for the Awards Ceremony is May 17th, Last day for seniors is May 23rd.


“Don’t wait for things to get easier, simpler, better…Life will always be complicated. Learn to be happy right now, otherwise, you’ll run out of time – choose joy!”

May 6th, 2019


Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements

-Congratulations to those who competed at BPA nationals this past weekend!

-On May 16th & 17th, next week, we will be holding Career Exploration Days. You will NOT report to BCC on these days, students need to arrange to visit businesses, industrial settings, visit colleges, or any post-secondary school, visit military recruits, complete job applications, shadow someone in your career area, participate in an interview here at BCC, or if you are presently employed, you may work. All students need to determine their activities and have your pre-approval form completed and turned into your lab instructor by Monday, May 13. On both Career Exploration days, there will be no transportation to BCC. Students will be counted absent if your verification forms are not turned in by May 20.

-Attention seniors – you have 7 school days to complete all course work. Senior grades will be due Wednesday May, 15.

-Seniors will be turning in laptops on Friday May 17. Please make sure you have your chargers as well. If your device is lost or stolen, you will be responsible for the cost.

-This Friday we will be holding Home School meetings, we will be on activity schedule.

-Our drug free cookout will be held this Friday from 11-12 and is sponsored by Skyline Homes. Remember you must have your card to participate – no exceptions.

-As we quickly approach the Awards Ceremony here are a few reminders for seniors. In order to participate you must have: a C average in your lab. Must have passed all classes to earn your credits. ALL fees must be paid – that deadline is this Friday. No more than 15 days absent.

-Also remember that our awards ceremony is a formal dignified event, any misbehavior, disrespect, immorality, or pranks leading up to the ceremony will disqualify you from participating in this special event. Remember – no writing, artwork, or decorating of any kind is permitted on your graduation cap. Practice for the Awards Ceremony is May 17th, Last day for seniors is May 23rd.

-There is a scholarship in guidance for any student whose parent or guardian is a member of one of the local unions affiliated and in good standing with the Hall of Fame Central Labor Council – the AFL-CIO, they are awarding 4- $500.00 scholarships.


“People who succeed have momentum. The more they succeed, the more they want to succeed and the more they find a way to succeed. Similarly, when someone is failing, the tendency is to get on a downward spiral that can even become a self-fulfilling prophecy.” Tony Robbins



May 3rd, 2019


Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements

-As we quickly approach the Awards Ceremony here are a few reminders for seniors. In order to participate you must have: a C average in your lab. Must have passed all classes to earn your credits. ALL fees must be paid – that deadline is this Friday. No more than 15 days absent.

-Also remember that our awards ceremony is a formal dignified event, any misbehavior, disrespect, immorality, or pranks leading up to the ceremony will disqualify you from participating in this special event. Remember – no writing, artwork, or decorating of any kind is permitted on your graduation cap. Practice for the Awards Ceremony is May 17th, Last day for seniors is May 23rd.

-Attention Drug Free Club members: Due to the forecasted weather for this Friday, we have postponed our Skyline Homes Drug –Free Club BBQ that was to be held this Friday. It will now be held Friday May 10th from 11-noon here at BCC. You must bring your club card to participate.

-Attention Students: You are NOT permitted to park in the front of the building until you are directed to by a school official.

-Buckeye Ambassadors – Your end of the year breakfast is Tuesday, May 7th at 8:15am in the Joe Carlisle Café. Please plan to attend. Senior Ambassadors: Please turn in your ambassador polo at this breakfast!

-For those of you running to be an officer for SkillsUSA please be sure you have your nomination form turned into Mrs. Strimbu by this Friday, May 3rd. IF you have not received a form they may be picked up in Graphic Arts.

-Any Dover Senior that has been awarded a scholarship, please stop in the guidance office and fill out a paper for the Dover Awards Assembly.

-Claymont Students: Students are reminded from Mrs. Dotts to sign up your guests for Grandparents day. Check your email for registration information.

-There is a scholarship in Guidance for any student whose parent or guardian is a member of one of the local unions affiliated and in good standing with the Hall of Fame Central Labor Council – the AFL-CIO. They are awarding 4 - $500.00 scholarships.


“Your smile is your logo, your personality, is your business card, how you leave others feeling after an experience with you becomes your trademark.”


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.”

May 1st, 2019


Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements

-As we quickly approach the Awards Ceremony here are a few reminders for seniors. In order to participate you must have: a C average in your lab. Must have passed all classes to earn your credits. ALL fees must be paid – that deadline is this Friday. No more than 15 days absent.

-Also remember that our awards ceremony is a formal dignified event, any misbehavior, disrespect, immorality, or pranks leading up to the ceremony will disqualify you from participating in this special event. Remember – no writing, artwork, or decorating of any kind is permitted on your graduation cap. Practice for the Awards Ceremony is May 17th, Last day for seniors is May 23rd.

This Friday we will have our A Game Assembly; and we will be running on A Game schedule – Nate Kamban from the Tusc. County Board of Developmental Disabilities will be speaking about appreciation.

-Attention Drug Free Club members: Due to the forecasted weather for this Friday, we have postponed our Skyline Homes Drug –Free Club BBQ that was to be held this Friday. It will now be held Friday May 10th from 11-noon here at BCC. You must bring your club card to participate.

-Attention Students: You are NOT permitted to park in the front of the building until you are directed to by a school official.

-Graphic Arts is still collecting toys! Precision Machine is now in the lead and graphic arts 2nd!

-Attention Dover Students – Mr. Morris will be at Buckeye, Wednesday May 1st, during lunch to sell Dover Prom tickets and after Prom tickets. The cost of a ticket is $25 per person for prom, $5 per person for post-prom. He will be selling them in the cafeteria.

-Tusky Valley Seniors: Please look at the email that Mrs. Wise sent out yesterday. You must fill out the Mandatory Senior check OUT Google form by the end of the day for Tusky Valley. If you have any questions please come see Mrs. Wise.

-Buckeye Ambassadors – Your end of the year breakfast is Tuesday, May 7th at 8:15am in the Joe Carlisle Café. Please plan to attend. Senior Ambassadors: Please turn in your ambassador polo at this breakfast!

-For those of you running to be an officer for SkillsUSA please be sure you have your nomination form turned into Mrs. Strimbu by this Friday, May 3rd. IF you have not received a form they may be picked up in Graphic Arts.

-Any Dover Senior that has been awarded a scholarship, please stop in the guidance office and fill out a paper for the Dover Awards Assembly.



April 29th, 2019




Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements

-Congratulations to our FCCLA student State Competition winners!

-ATTENTION SENIORS – Today is the deadline to submit your ticket request forms in for the Awards Ceremony – PLEASE turn these into the front office TODAY.

-As we quickly approach the Awards Ceremony here are a few reminders for seniors. In order to participate you must have: a C average in your lab. Must have passed all classes to earn your credits. ALL fees must be paid – that deadline is this Friday. No more than 15 days absent.

-Also remember that our awards ceremony is a formal dignified event, any misbehavior, disrespect, immorality, or pranks leading up to the ceremony will disqualify you from participating in this special event. Remember – no writing, artwork, or decorating of any kind is permitted on your graduation cap. Practice for the Awards Ceremony is May 17th, Last day for seniors is May 23rd.

This Friday we will have our A Game Assembly; and we will be running on A Game schedule – Nate Kamban from the Tusc. County Board of Developmental Disabilities will be speaking about appreciation.

-Attention Drug Free Club members: This Friday from 11-12 you are invited to a cookout sponsored by Skyline Homes. The menu includes Burgers, Hot Dogs, baked beans, pasta salad, drinks and ice cream. All members must have their cards in order to attend. NO Exceptions.

-Attention Students: You are NOT permitted to park in the front of the building until you are directed to by a school official.

-Career Readiness Seal- turn in by Tuesday/Tomorrow by doing so you will be receiving a formal designation on your diploma that demonstrates the professional skills required in the workplace – validation such as this is what employers are looking for. Get It turned IN! 

-Graphic Arts is still collecting toys! Precision Machine is now in the lead and graphic arts 2nd!

-Attention Dover Students – Mr. Morris will be at Buckeye, Wednesday May 1st, during lunch to sell Dover Prom tickets and after Prom tickets. The cost of a ticket is $25 per person for prom, $5 per person for post-prom. He will be selling them in the cafeteria.


“Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about – so be kind- always. If you don’t know where someone started, you have no idea how far they may have come.”

April 26th, 2019

py, warm, and genuine people.”


Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements

-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.

-Attention Seniors: The local VFW is offering (2) $1,000 scholarships to BCC Seniors. It is not necessary to be a member to apply. Stop in guidance & pick up an application.

-Any graduating Carrollton Senior; if you are interested in attending a presentation at AAM – Minerva Manufacturing and watch a short video about AAM, as well as a plant tour to see production in action, sign up with Mr. Stocker. This will take place on May 9th at 7:30am. A bus from the high school will take you. A bus can also be scheduled to return you to BCC if need be. If you are interested, you will fill out an application and start the hiring process. You need to be 18 upon graduation and able to pass a drug test.

-Graphic Arts is still collecting donations up to May 4th for Union Hospital ER. We are in the final few days of the toy drive, so please consider donating a new toy with tags or in packaging. We are also accepting cash donations to purchase toys with as well. Winner gets a pizza party. Graphic arts and outdoor power are in the lead.

-Please turn in your Ohio Readiness Seal to the front office. The Deadline is April 30th

- Teens workout FREE all summer long and enter to win a scholarship at Planet Fitness! Stop in the front office for a flyer.

-Reminder to Seniors: The Buckeye Unified Scholarship Apps are due to Guidance by Tuesday 4/30/2019.


“There’s a difference between interest & commitment, when you’re interested in doing something, you only do it when it’s convenient.  When you’re committed to something, you accept no excuses; only results.” – Kenneth Blanchard 

-Make today a productive day, have a positive day, have a positive end to your week. I continue to be proud of our teachers and staff.

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