Inside Bay Schools March 2017

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Our monthly news roundup... March 2017

Educating the whole child . . .
Bay Middle School Health and Wellness Day

Bay Middle School students learned about nutrition, healthy life choices, internet safety, CPR, fitness and many other important aspects to living a long and healthy life.

Bay Village Schools Nurse, Chanda Wall, organized the Health and Wellness Day. "Involving kids with creative, hands-on experience, and engaging them in some of these health fair activities, really allows them to see the benefits of healthy behaviors first-hand," she said. "The information is more likely to stick with them during these critical years of their lives."

Wall hopes the information sparks good discussions at home and guides those who might be having health issues in the right direction. Two dozen exhibitors took part in the event.

Fire Department
Health and Wellness Day
Health and Wellness Day
Health and Wellness Day
Health and Wellness Day


Normandy Elementary's One School One Book program underway

As always, the exciting One School One Book program began with a high-energy assembly that revealed this year's book, to be read by all students and their parents, Normandy staff, and area business people. Students can also earn prizes through a scavenger hunt at area businesses! The book is revealed in the short video at right, starring some of Normandy's teachers!

Book


St. Baldrick's Fundraiser

$20,000 raised brings four-year total to more than $75,000 at Bay High School to conquer childhood cancers.

Congratulations to another wildly successful St. Baldrick's fundraiser at Bay High! A total of $20,000 raised this year, bring the last four-years total to more than $75,000! Co-leaders Will Huntington and Kyle McPhillips are graduating seniors this year, and they leave Bay High with an outstanding legacy, as do all the past "shavees," in raising funds to fight childhood cancer. Watch VIDEO.

Baldricks

Pictured left-to-right: front (kneeling), John Pim, Cory Scobee, Ben Klaus, Jonah Krueger, Will Huntington, Kevin Linder; back row, Arabelle Skelly, John Mosier, Ivan Marlin, Rick Manderine, Thomas Saccany, Bill Downey, Jared Hengst, Anthony Tabasso, Kyle McPhillips and Dave Adams. Not pictured are James McPhillips, Ivan Marlin and Duncan Ward.


Christine O'Hare's "Abandoned Ohio" in Governor's Exhibit

O'Hare

Bay High junior, Christine O'Hare, was honored twice for her work photographing abandoned homes. "Abandoned Ohio" (left) won a Gold Key award in the Cuyahoga County Scholastic Arts competition, and the work was recently one of 311 (out of 11,000) submissions selected for the Ohio Governor's Youth Art Exhibit. Read details in this front page Sun News article!

(Christine O'Hare pictured at left with her photograph, "Abandoned Ohio.")



Westerly vocalists

Westerly students joined with other area elementary vocalists, 150 in all, as part of the Oberlin Choristers Honor Choir on Saturday, March 18. They rehearsed after school for several Mondays and then joined the other singers for rehearsal and performance at Finney Chapel, Oberlin College and Conservatory. Pictured left-to-right are: front row, Alexa Feicks, Lena Piktel, IIsabella Makhlouf; second row, Evie Tenerowicz, Mira Denney, Carsten Stofchek; third row, Greyson Buckingham, Aaron Bernys, Jacob Dwyer; and back row, Katie Dorton, teacher Mrs. Carrie Engelbrecht, and Sarah Leighliter. Congratulations - what a wonderful experience for these youngsters to perform in such a majestic venue!

Westerly


More Trophies for Power of the Pen at Regionals!

Pen

Pictured left-to-right: front row, seventh-graders Aiden Ptak, Ava Anselmo, Milan Oppewall and Gus Priemer; second row, eighth-graders Isabel Hinojosa, Abigail Donahue and Anya Krumbine; back row, eighth-graders Kendall Thomas, Caraline Radcliffe and Kayla Poling. Not pictured is seventh-grader Leah Oxsalida.

Two top team trophies and several individual awards made Bay Middle School writers stand out in a field of 18 other middle schools from surrounding counties at the recent Regional-Level Power of the Pen writing competition held at St. Raphael's School in Bay Village. The eighth-grade team took First Place, and both the seventh and eight-grade teams won the coveted, rotating Sweepstakes Trophy due to high scores at both District and Regional contests. Read about ALL their achievements HERE.



Auditor of State Award for Bay Village Schools

Auditor

Based on the recent financial audit of the Bay Village City School District, Ohio Auditor of State, David Yost, has presented Treasurer Kevin Robertson with the Auditor of State Award.

The Auditor of State Award is presented to local governments and school districts upon completion of a "clean" financial audit report. The audit report must be free of any findings for recovery, material citations, material weaknesses, significant deficiencies, Single Audit findings or questioned



Bay High Model UN excels at spring conference

Twenty-four Bay High Model UN members collaborated and competed with 500 other students at Case Western Reserve University for the Cleveland Council on World Affairs Model UN Conference. Our members captured the "Excellent Delegation" distinction (Courtney Dixon and Sophie Dasko for the Social, Cultural & Humanitarian Committee); and were recognized for "Best Position Paper" (Noah Lowery & Matt Hyland, for their work on the Security Council). Senior Anna Walker led the team's Leadership Council. Advisor is parent Dave Adams. (Special note: last year's BHS Model UN co-president Jacob Melarango, now a freshman at The Ohio State University, has landed a summer internship with the Cleveland Council on World Affairs!)

UN


Closet

Great Closet Clean-Out April 7, 8 and 9 benefits Easter Seals and Bay Athletics

Donate clothing, any cloth items, shoes and bags and help support Easter Seals and Bay Rockets Athletics. Items can be in ANY condition. All items will be re-used, re-sold or recycled. For locations and times, check THIS FLYER.



Pancakes, Princesses and Easter Bunny featured . . .
Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast Sunday, April 2

Join Bay Village Kiwanis and Bay High Key Club for a Pancake Breakfast with the Easter Bunny AND The Fairytale Foundation Princesses - Sunday, April 2, 8 a.m.-Noon at Bay Middle School. Presale tickets are $6, $7 at the door, children under 5 FREE! See MORE DETAILS.

Bunny


Ballroom Blitz

Annual Ballroom Blitz at Bay High - tickets go on sale this weekend!

Kick up your heels and support our fabulous Music Program by attending the annual Ball Room Blitz, held this year at Bay High School on Saturday, April 29th. Tickets go on sale April 1! Purchase online at http//:www.baymusicboosters.com or contact JULIE HARMS at lipkaharms@yahoo.com.




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