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Announcements for the week of April 3rd

Friday, April 7th

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Monday, April 3rd

Attention students: If you are somebody who likes to explore the different cultures of the world, the Rotary Club is sponsoring a World Community Workshop that will study the history, customs, economic, and political issues of New Zealand: Fire and Ice. The event will be held at the Defiance College from Thursday, May 11th to Saturday, May 13th. If you are interested in expanding your cultural knowledge in a world that is rapidly diversifying, please see Mr. Niese by Friday, April 28th to apply. (4/27)

The Bryan High School Music and Theater Departments have been working daily to prepare for their upcoming production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Shows are Friday, April 7 and Saturday, April 8 at 7:30pm and Sunday, April 9 at 2:00pm. Tickets are $10.00 for adults and $8.00 for students and seniors. Purple and Gold Cards will be honored. Tickets are available in the High School Office during school hours or online at bhstheatre.tix.com. (4/7)

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Hocking College is here right now!. If you are interested in meeting with this college rep, please see Mrs. Bassett ASAP. (4/3)

Any current 6th or 7th grade girl interested in playing volleyball in the fall should sign-up in the athletic office. (4/3)

Any boy interested in playing Junior High or High School basketball next year and is not currently in a spring sport can come to open gyms starting this Monday, April 3, from 5-6:15. Please email Coach Fisher with any questions.  (4/3)

Teachers and staff have voted on the March Student of Action Award based on the (CAHF) Community Advocates for Healthy Families characteristic trait. For the month of March, the characteristic trait was Forgiveness. The senior winner is Isabella Swartz. The junior class winner is Ford Roberts. The sophomore winner is Jerah Flint. And the freshman winner is Nate Miller. Congratulations to these students for their actions last month. This month, April, the characteristic trait is Flexibility. Even trees bend.

Varsity Baseball lost two closed ones on Saturday to Van Wert; 2-0 and 3-0. Leading hitter was Nate Miller with a double.

The Annual Buckle Up Bowl will be starting today and continuing through May 5th.  Student Council will be out in the parking lots sometime during the last week of April or the first week of May looking for students who are buckled-up and handing out candy and tickets to win prizes.  All students are encouraged to buckle up when driving or riding in a car.  Please Buckle Up and Stay Safe!

Today’s driver safety stat: There are over 1.6 million car crashes per year which lead to 11 teen deaths each day. If you’re doing the math at home, that’s three car accidents each minute which results in 4,000 teenager’s deaths each year.





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