GHS ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2015
Students: If you will miss a final exam, you will be expected to make it up after Christmas Break unless you have an administrator’s approval to take the exam early. You are expected to take your final exams on the day they are assigned unless you have communicated with your teacher AND have administrator approval.
Sports Performance will be offered for all athletes not in a winter sport through Christmas break. It will be offered on Mondays and Thursdays from 4-5:00 p.m. in the Warehouse. You should change in the weight room locker rooms and take all your things with you over to the Warehouse. If there are questions, contact Coach Clark or Coach Smeltzer. You must have a sports physical and concussion paperwork on file with the Athletic Department before participating.
We will have extended media hours for tutoring TODAY as well as on December 14th and 16th. You can get help, study or just do homework from 3:45-5:00 p.m. You need to be in the media center by 3:45 p.m. any day you attend.
Anyone interested in playing volleyball intramurals can stop by the athletic office and pick up a team or individual registration form. Games will be played through January here at GHS. Each player will receive a t-shirt and the winner of each league will get a pizza party. Each player will have a fee of $8. This fee will cover any intramurals that you participate in this year (volleyball, soccer, basketball). Forms and money are due to Mrs. West in the athletic office by the end of the day Friday. For more information see Mrs. West or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All sophomore student-athletes from any season are encouraged to participate in the Be the Best workshop on January 12th in the auditorium during 2nd period and SRT. Please sign up before break at the athletic office or with Mr. Kissinger on Thursdays when he is on lunch duty. This is great morning of activities with fellow student-athletes on current events in sports, leadership activities, integrity and bullying/hazing prevention. Excuses vs. Excellence? Choose excellence by participating!
Ski Club packets are still available in Mrs. Clark’s room, 2280. Make sure to pick yours up! Paperwork and money are due on Monday.
Student ID’s will be honored for non-tournament athletic events at Goshen College. If you want to see a GC athletic event, your GHS student ID is your ticket in!
IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week: Does your coach talk with you about the use of social media? Are there specific rules and guidelines initiated by your athletic department? Do you follow the guidelines and expectations? A tweet with “insensitive language” caused a Massachusetts cheerleader to be banned from her squad for the rest of the season. This should be a reminder to all student-athletes to think twice before posting any questionable material on social media. What may not seem foolish or insensitive to you could offend someone else. Don’t deter your academic and athletic quests by the push of a button!
Student Council will be selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts on Friday morning in the commons! The cost is $1 a doughnut, $10 a dozen or $8 per dozen for 2 or more dozen.
Student Council will be selling Santa Grams for $1 during lunch next week! Have them sent to your friends, favorite teachers or significant other during SRT.
Key Club will be ringing bells at Walmart Supercenter tomorrow and Friday. Members who signed up to ring bells should check their email for important instructions.
MEETINGS DURING SRT:
The December Stay In Bounds Ambassador meeting will be a “walk by” meeting with your only task being to choose your t-shirt design. Please “walk by” the weight room entrance tomorrow at the start of the 2nd session of SRT to vote and pick up a Christmas treat!
The varsity Lady Redskins overcame a 12 point deficit at halftime to beat the Chargers, 46-40. The Redskins came out with a fire in the second half that they did not have the first half. They were led in scoring by Ashton Ellis with 14 points, Kyrie Potter with 12 points and Tahya Bruce with 11 points. Olivia Love and Bruce also contributed eight rebounds apiece. The Redskins play Wawasee Friday night for their second NLC game of the season.
The JV Lady Redskins were not able to come back from an eight point deficit in the third quarter, and lost to West Noble 30-24. They were led in scoring by Maggie Gallagher with ten points. Gallagher also had five steals.
The girls C basketball team dominated the Hornets, and won 22-5. The leading scorers for the Lady Redskins were Evelyn Santos, Kasey Rodriguez and Courtney Sloop each with four points and Jazmin Vargas with five points.
IN SPORTS ACTION TODAY:
(No events scheduled)