Inside Bay Schools January 2019

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January, 2019


OHIO SCHOOL BOARD APPRECIATION MONTH
Bay Village board members honored by students
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As a special honor for our board members during School Board Appreciation Month, Bay Middle School students (represented here by Rocco Ereditario, back row left) made these awesome laser-engraved wooden nameplates as gifts! Mrs. Lapolla (second from back left) works with students after school in the BMS maker space, The Launch Pad. Assistant Principal Tom Grodek (back right) is also very involved in the after-school enrichment activity where so many maker tools, from carpentry implements to 3-D printers, let STEM projects be created by highly engaged students! Board members, holding nameplates, are from left: Amy Huntley, Steve Lee, Lisa Priemer, Gayatry Jacob-Mosier and Beth Lally.

Preventure Bay Middle School program offers goal-setting strategies based on personality traits

At Bay Middle School, Principal Sean McAndrews believes middle schools have a rare opportunity to help students recognize their own tendencies that could get in the way of leading successful lives. He has implemented Preventure, a program that surveys students and identifies personality traits that psychologists say make us more susceptible to harmful decisions in key, emotional moments. [Read more in the Observer]
 

CONGRATULATIONS ROCKETS!!!
CHAMPIONS! 7th grade boys basketball team won their Great Lakes Conference championship!
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CHAMPIONS! 8th grade boys basketball team won their Great Lakes Conference championship!
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BAY HIGH RECORD! Matt Cover broke the school records for wrestling career wins. He was also ranked 10th nationally at 195 lbs. by Wrestling USA Magazine.
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MILESTONE! Congratulations Coach Jared Shetzer on 100th win after 6 years as head coach, boys Rockets basketball! The Coach credits his entire coaching staff, especially Coach Scott Sharp who has been at his side for the last 6 years as varsity assistant coach. He gives more credit to all the great players he's coached over the last half-dozen years.

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School board elects new officers, changes committee structure

The Bay Village Board of Education, at its organizational meeting on Jan. 7, elected new officers for 2019: Beth Lally will be president and Lisa Priemer will serve as vice-president. In addition, after months of considering a change to its committee structure, the board is now designating one of its two monthly meetings as a work session. The work session remains a regular, open meeting.

More about the school board plans can be found on our website.

IMPORTANT UPCOMING MEETING:
A Calendar Hearing presenting the proposed calendar for 2020-2021 will be held at the school board's regular work session on Monday, February 11 at 6:30 p.m. This hearing is held no less than 30 days before the board can approve the calendar. This is an open meeting with time for public comment.

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From left: Lisa Priemer will serve as the school board's vice president, and Beth Lally will be president, during 2019.

Happy 90th Birthday Joe!

Bay Village school crossing guard Joe King was honored by Normandy Elementary second-graders on his 90th birthday! He has been a Bay Village crossing guard for 30 years, and has never missed a day of work! You'll find Joe waving and smiling at passersby every school day shift from his crossing station at Douglas and Wolf Roads. Learn more about this dedicated city employee, who is also the author of children's books, on WKYC Channel 3 News.
 
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Plan now to attend . . .
Spaghetti

SPAGHETTI DINNER FUNDRAISER

WHEN: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2019 from 5PM – 7:00PM

WHERE: BAY HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA

FEATURING: Pasta, Meatballs, Side Salad, Bread/Butter, Dessert, Beverage

ENTERTAINMENT: The Bay Rockets JV and Varsity Boys Basketball Teams take on Elyria Catholic High School at 6pm and 7:30pm.  In addition, we will have the fabulous and talented Senior Rockettes performing at halftime of the varsity game.

COST: $7 per person, kids 5 and under FREE

TICKETS: Can be purchased at the door or from class officers

BENEFITING: FRESHMAN, JUNIOR, & SENIORS FOR THEIR PROM


2019 Snoball Run! Are you up for this?
WHAT YOU GET —
  • Pancake breakfast
  • Post- race food and drinks
  • Awards to top finishers
  • B-Tag timing results.
  • NEW! Knit Cap with logo!
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Rox2019 ROX Events on Girl Empowerment Feb.22-23
Join Us for a Weekend of Empowerment sponsored by ROX (Ruling Our Experiences) in partnership with the Bay Village Schools.
http://bit.ly/BayROX2019

A Parent Symposium (free): The Confidence Crisis (Feb. 22, 6:30-8:30 p.m.).

A Mother-Daughter Communication and Self-Defense Workshop (February 23, 9 a.m. to noon, $30 a pair, $15 each additional girl).

Bay Village City School District Presents
Digital Safety and Awareness
Parent Informational Night

Monday, February 25, 2019 7:00
Bay Village Police Department
Community Room

Please join us for an evening presentation for parents
hosted by Bay Village Schools and
Detective Kevin Krolkosky of the Bay Village Police Department

More information on our website.
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