1 Announcements—Tuesday, April 30, 2019 Today is a GOLD day: Tiger Library Hours Today: Open for student use G1: Open for student use Tiger Time: G2: Open for student use Open for student use G3: G4: Open for student use Today at a glance: Leadership Academy - Auditorium Tiger Time: Study Tables - CANCELLED TODAY 3 pm: 4:30 pm: Boys Golf at Winchester Country Club 5 pm: Varsity Baseball at Northeastern 5 pm: Varsity Track & Field at Connersville 5:30 pm: Jr. Varsity Baseball vs. Eastern Hancock
2 Tiger News STUDY TABLES Cancelled TODAY - Tuesday, April 30, 2019! ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS - Need Extra Help? When: Tuesdays and Wednesdays 3-4 pm Where: Room 102 (Van Meter's Room) Questions? Contact Ms. Williamson -CIS STUDENTS OF THE WEEK Jimmy Doll, 7th grader, was selected as our Jr. High Student of the Week. Emma Cool, a Sophomore, was selected as our High School Student of the Week. Both students are being recognized for their positivity and hard work. Keep it up! NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Seniors and new inductees: Please get your purple forms turned in to Mrs. Isaacs today so that plans can be made for the Spring Ceremony celebration dinner.
3 ATTENTION JUNIORS:
4 ILEARN TEST Reminders ● The ILEARN testing window for 7th and 8th grade runs through May 16th. ● Reminders for each day of testing: 1. Make sure you bring your Chromebook and it is CHARGED!! Bring your earbuds. 2. Get a good night’s sleep, a 3. healthy breakfast, and give your best effort! SENIORS Get your pictures submitted for Senior Salute. Current and baby pictures are needed; group pictures are welcome. E-mail picture to Amy Marker [email protected] or give pictures to Mrs. Halcomb in the front office. Pictures are due by May 3. Date for Senior Salute: May 17
5 PHYSICALS LEADERSHIP ACADEMY Meetings will be every Tuesday and Thursday during Tiger Time in the Auditorium. Topics will include: How everyone leads in some way - The Leadership Mentality - 4/11 1. 2. Focusing on the PROCESS of being Champions - 4/16 3. What is LEADERSHIP and how it starts with ME - 4/18 4. Vision- Our ROAD MAP to success - 4/23 5. Character and Influence- The true definition of LEADERSHIP - 4/25 6. Sacrifice- The price we pay for the CHANCE to succeed - 4/30 7. Integrity-Who we ARE as opposed to who people THINK we are - 5/2 8. Attitude- The power to CHOOSE to succeed or fail - 5/7 9. Goal Setting- PERSONAL goals, TEAM goals, EFFORT goals - 5/9 10. Pyramid of Success and Competitive Greatness - 5/14
6 11. The “Dream Team” - 5/16 Graduation – Breakfast/Dinner 12. Tiger Results JR. HIGH TRACK & FIELD The Boys' and Girls' squads competed for the Wayne County title last evening at Childs Field. On the boys' side of things, Northeastern proved a tough opponent besting the field of four, as the scores for that match up ended with Northeastern the easy victor with 102 points followed by Hagerstown, 45; Centerville, 18; and Lincoln, 13. Scorers were Jake Beach, 3rd in the 110 m hurdles; Mason Romack, 1st in the 100 m (PR), Quaid Mull, 2nd in the 1600 m (PR); the 4x1 squad of Jenkins, LaMar, Ervin, and Romack, 2nd; Bryce LaMar, 3rd (PR) and Carter Jenkins, 5th in the 400 m; Quaid Mull, 4th in the 800 m; Lowell Berger, 4th in the 200 m; the 4x4 squad of Gary Lehman, Lowell Berger, Bryce LaMar, and Carter Jenkins, 2nd; Mason Romack, 1st (PR) in Long Jump; Logen Driskill, 5th in shot; Bryce LaMar 5th in Discus; and Mason Romack, 2nd followed by Gary Lehman, 3rd in high jump.
7 The Boys' record now stands at 5 - 2. This writer and coach admires all the young people who come out and put forth effort in an attempt to win at honest competition, but sometimes something special happens. Such was the case last night with the girls' team who only a week ago fell hard to Centerville 47 - 19. A coach can teach technique and attempt to train athletes toward peak performance, but something that cannot be coached is desire and determination. Either a kid has it or not. There were many girls who performed well last evening, but the MVP of the v i c t o r i o u s lady Tigers has to go to seventh grader, Kasiti Ferriell. On the night, Kasiti won the day in the 100 hurdles; placed 2nd in the 100 m; and won the 400 m with a new school record of 1:06:37. But it was her effort, once again, as the anchor leg of the 4x4 that wowed the crowd. Centerville had a commanding lead into the final lap. When Ferriell received her baton, Centerville was on the opposite side of the track. As before, Ferriell was undaunted by this fact giving no regard to the odds, spitting in the face of the facts, and she tore out of there a girl on on a singular mission. By the
8 final turn, Ferriell caught her opponent and sped onto victory. It is unproven, but highly likely, that her split on that leg may well have bested her record time in the 400 m. Needless to say, it was one of the needed victories to win the day for the girls. Final scores ended with Hagerstown, 50; Centerville, 48; Northeastern, 48, and Lincoln, 18. Also showing moxie on the night were Hannah Ridge, 4th in the 100 h; Erika Grams, 5th in the 1600 m; Jada Briar, 2nd in the 400 m; Hannah Ridge, 5th in the 800 m; Jada Briar, 3rd, and Ashlyn Claywell, 5th in the 200 m; the remaining members of the 4x4 squad, Hannah Ridge, Logan Klein, and Kenzie Scholl; Trinity Payne, 2nd in Long Jump (PR); Hannah Pyle, 1st in shot; Laney Oliger, 3rd (PR) and Hannah Pyle, 5th in discus; and Logan Klein, 5th in high jump. This bring the girls' record on the season to 5 - 2. Both teams travel to Monroe Central Wednesday.
9 Today’s Lunch Follow this link for this week’s menu: Hagerstown Jr./Sr. High School Lunch Menus Remember, it’s up to YOU to make it a SUPER day!
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