School Announcements

Thursday 3/4/21

Thursday, March 4, 2021

Today is Grammar Day! (an English Teacher’s Delight!)

On This Day in History

  1. 1794 – The 11th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is passed by the U.S. Congress.

  2. 1917 – Jeannette Rankin of Montana becomes the first female member of the United States House of Representatives.

  3. 1933 – Frances Perkins becomes United States Secretary of Labor, the first female member of the United States Cabinet.

  4. 1966 – In an interview in the London Evening StandardThe BeatlesJohn Lennon declares that the band is "more popular than Jesus now".

  5. 1985 – The Food and Drug Administration approves a blood test for HIV infection, used since then for screening all blood donations in the United States.

  6. 1998 – Gay rightsOncale v. Sundowner Offshore Services, Inc.: The Supreme Court of the United States rules that federal laws banning on-the-job sexual harassment also apply when both parties are the same sex.


  1. Are you the first in your family to either go to or graduate from college? If so, please consider applying for the Mary Myers First Generation College Scholarship! Deadline to apply is 3/31/21. 

  2. Do you plan to follow in the steps of your favorite teachers and major in education next year? If so, consider applying for the Bexley Education Association Scholarship. The deadline to apply is 3/31.

  3. Reminder: Students leaving early for or returning late from Spring Break must complete a planned absence form at least 3 days prior the absence. Once the form has been submitted, a parent or guardian must email [email protected] to confirm the absence. Be safe out there, folks!



  1. Student Council is selling candy grams in the front lobby during lunch. Buy them for yourself and your friends. All proceeds go to Charity Newsies.

  2. Attention all minority seniors who have not gotten their picture taken for the Bexley Minority Parent Alliance Circle of Excellence event.  You have one last chance to get your portrait done TODAY 7th period to 3:45 in the Roar Store Studio!

  3. As we all know, school can be very stressful at times and many people forget to give themselves a break. Everything seems to pile up and students may begin to feel lost. DE-STRESS FOR SUCCESS is a CLUB for those who need a breather & a break!

We will meet in the library every Wednesday during lunch to destress. We will do activities such as make stress balls, do hand wax, massage machines, go through relaxation techniques and will create an environment for those who are stressed about school or anything happening in life to get the break they deserve. We will also provide snacks and/or pizza once a month to surprise those who join us! Please fill out the Google Form in your email if you think the De-Stress Club is a good idea!  If enough students respond positively, the administration will grant us permission to DeStress! All the best from your DeStress leaders Caroline Collier, Grace Heilman, and Lillian Hoyer.

  1. Key Club is collecting items for a local shelter like toothpaste, toothbrushes, travel size toiletries, etc. please bring them to your homeroom! Key Club is meeting TODAY during lunch in Mrs. Motasem’s room and on ZOOM; all are welcome! 

  2. Seniors, please check your email and respond to the forms for senior superlativeswills, and bios by Thursday, March 11. Contact SAM ADLERAri MartinEimear McCann if you have any questions.

  3. Charity month food drive continues! Collection boxes are set up for you to donate your canned goods and cereal. 




  1. The 2021 Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition is almost here. Judging is online this year on Saturday, March 6. Students can create accounts and upload artwork starting on Tuesday February 16, 2021 at 8:00 am. Each entry costs $2. If you're interested in entering, see your art teacher for help with this process. See rules and instructions here: artists, competition, Gallery, OH



Happy birthday to David Higgins and Noah Lyons!


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Here’s the link for suggesting this week’s special question:

The last poll will remain the same all week.

Have a Roaring Day, Lions!