School Announcements

Friday, September 21, 2018

  • Please return your copy of The Hate U Give if you’ve finished reading it!  Others our dying to read it too! 
  • There are 50 seniors who have not yet signed up to get their picture taken for the yearbook on Nov. 28.  Please sign up today in the library!  We want to see your beautiful face in the yearbook!


  1. Thank you to everyone who ran for a class officer position and to all those who voted. Now, the moment you've all been waiting for, here are your class officers: The freshman class' president is Priya Roy and vice president is Sydney Hoffman! The sophomore class' president is Nathan Ma and vice president is Tommy Bloebaum! The junior class' president is Maya Rothchild and vice president is Will Feldman! And finally, the senior class' president is Livia Hill and vice president is Maeve Herzog! Congratulations to our winners!   Don't forget to join student council in Mr. Featherstone's room at lunch today!
  2. Today is the day! Ping Pong Club is in the gym at 12:20!  Be there or be square!
  3. Garden Club will be hosting our first meeting this Monday 09-24 during the first half of lunch in Mrs. Motasem’s Room. 
  4. Crafts and charity club will have its first meeting during lunch today in Mrs. Groot’s room (room 7111). We will be discussing our plans for the year.
  5. GSA is meeting on Monday. We will be talking about queer historical figure Alan Turing, who cracked the enigma code in WW2 and saved thousands of lives. Anyone and everyone is welcome to join us!
  1. Model UN will be having it’s first meeting of the year on Monday, September 24th in room 4311. There will also be information about our first conference so PLEASE make sure you attend if you are interested.
  2. There will be an NHS meeting this Monday in Ms.Lilly’s room.  The meeting has been moved to the second half of lunch at 12:33.
  3. There will be a key club meeting this Tuesday in Ms. Motasem’s room, room 7229.  We will be baking cookies and having lots of fun!  All are welcome. 
  1. The first Conservative Club meeting is on Thursday, September 27 in Mr. Chrysler’s room during the first half of lunch.
  2. Avez-vous entendu?  Bexley High School is going to France THIS Spring Break!  Are you signed up?  If not, there is still one week left to sign up!  We will be visiting the iconic landmarks of Paris, exploring Renaissance chateaux in the Loire Valley, and walking along the D-Day beaches of Normandy.  Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity!  Stop by and see Mr. Kozy for more information.
  3. Book Club has made its selections:

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas.  Oct. 16

One of Us is Lying by Karen McManus.  Nov. 20

I'll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson.  Dec. 11

Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli.  Jan. 8

I'll Be Gone in the Dark by Michelle McNamara.  Feb. 12

Join us each month for stimulating discussion and succulent sustenance!



  1. Big shout out to the JV and Varsity volleyball teams for their  epic wins over Worthington Christian last night!  Way to go Lady Lions!
  2. The boys JVA team won a decisive game over Grandview 5-0 to remain undefeated!  The Varsity team dropped a heartbreaker of a game to the Bobcats 5-3 - with goals from Noah Luehmann, Ted Schoedinger and Will Simpson, and assists from Miles Joseph and Noah Luehmann.  Both teams play Marietta at home on Saturday @ 5:30 and 7:15  - with Senior Night happening right after the JVA game. 
  3. It’s a Blue Out tonight at our home Football Game!
  4. And then wear those same clothes to the Blue Mile this Sunday @ 11:00 a.m.  Cost is only $5 for students, and the first 50 to register get a “free” Blue Mile t-shirt.  All proceeds will go to Nationwide Children's Hospital. See Mrs. Hayes in room 4188 for a registration form. 


JV Football @ Grandview tomorrow

Field Hockey vs Indian Hills

Girls Soccer @ Mariemont

Boys Soccer vs Mariemont


Happy birthday today to Emma Beckman, Miles Sanford, and Chloe Wassertrom.  Happy birthday this weekend to Jacob Brown & Lauren Fournier!


On this day in 1780, during the American Revolution, American General Benedict Arnold meets with British Major John Andre to discuss handing over West Point to the British, in return for the promise of a large sum of money and a high position in the British army. The plot was foiled and Arnold, a former American hero, became synonymous with the word “traitor.”

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