Inside Bay Schools October 2016 (events)

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Our monthly news roundup... October 2016

Homecoming begins with new meaning for traditional bonfire

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LIGHT THE NIGHT: Bay High students will host a "Light the Night" fundraiser and bonfire at Bay High on Thursday, October 6, 7:45 p.m. to raise funds for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. After a short ceremony at the stadium, participants will walk the luminaria-lined path to the school for their traditional homecoming bonfire, this time with additional meaning. Learn more, participate and donate with information HERE.

HOMECOMING PARADE & COOKOUT: Don't miss a great cook out right after the HOMECOMING PARADE (which starts at 6 p.m. along Wolf Road) on Friday, October 7. Don't even try to cook Homecoming night - let us feed your family! Benefits the Bay High PTSA. Read on...

PANCAKE BREAKFAST: Bay Kiwanis and Key Club students will flip for you on Sunday morning at their Pancake Breakfast, October 9, from 8 a.m. to noon at Bay Middle School. Pancakes, sausage, fruit cup, juice and milk is $7 (kids age 5 and under eat free). Read on...

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Bay High honors National Merit scholars . . .

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Left-to-right, front row--Phillip Lally, Shawn Simko;
back row--Carter White, and National Merit Semi-finalist Will Huntington.

Bay High senior Will Huntington has been named a National Merit Semi-finalist.

In addition, three Bay High seniors qualified as Commended Students scoring in the top five percent of test takers nationwide: Phillip Lally, Shawn Simko and Carter White.

Read more about these students' impressive achievements and their future plans HERE.



Levy Information Meeting this Monday

Do you have questions about the school board's upcoming levy request?

The board is allotting extra time at its upcoming meeting Monday, October 10, at 6:30 p.m. to answer questions about the 5.9 mill levy on the November 8 ballot.

In the meantime, many of the questions we frequently hear, along with answers, can be found in this brochure recently mailed to residents.

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News from the student point of view . . . The Bay Window newspaper and Ground Control video online:

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Read articles written by our Bay High student journalists. News, opinion, movie reviews . . . everything about Bay High HERE!

Watch news and announcements from Bay High:

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Special school board meeting . . .
Hearing on 2017-18 school calendar Monday, October 24

Back to School

The school board will hold a required hearing on a proposed calendar for the 2017-2018 academic year at its Board of Education meeting Monday, October 24, 6:30 p.m. See draft calendars at following link: Proposed draft calendars A and B



How do we measure up? . . .
New data show Bay Village Schools compare near the top

New comparison statistics on how Bay Village Schools compare with county, state and national academic performance as measured by standardized tests are available for the 2015-16 school year.

Results for SAT and ACT tests show that Bay High students excel in these important college entrance exams as compared to peers across Ohio and the U.S. In addition, new Ohio Report Cards show that students in all categories are achieving at or beyond state expectations -- in spite of Ohio using three different tests in three years and increasing "cut scores" for performance.

These outstanding results came even as we spent less per pupil than two-thirds of Cuyahoga County districts.

Read about these achievements in the latest Community Report.

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Inside Bay Village Schools on video . . .
Board members introduce themselves, discuss issues

Learn a bit more about some of our newest school board members, Beth Lally and Steve Lee, as they discuss challenges ahead with Board of Education President Amy Huntley and Superintendent Clint Keener.

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Clint Keener editorial . . .
Technology in our Schools

Read Superintendent Chris Keener's latest editorial in the Westlake Bay Village Observer: Technology in our Schools.


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Read more about our 2016 Ohio Report Card
A comparison of the Performance Index percentages in the Achievement category, which factors in every test taken by every student, shows Bay Village achieving at the 6th highest level out of 31 Cuyahoga County school districts. Read on ...


More coming up...


JOIN THE PTA COUNCIL'S
NIGHT AT THE RACES!

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2016 Scholarship Auction: A Night at the Races!
Saturday, November 19th, 6-10 p.m. at the Copper Cup.

Enjoy heavy hors d'oeuvres, beer, and wine. Bet on races, have fun with sideboards and 50/50 raffles, and bid on silent auction items. Buy tickets, a horse, or sponsor a race at:
https://bayvillagepta.eventbrite.com


Law enforcement career learning opportunity for ages 14-20
From the Bay Village Police Department:

There will be an informational night this Wednesday, October 5, 7 p.m. at the Bay Village police station for all students ages 14-20 who are interested in a career in local or federal law enforcement. The Explorer Post is a year-long career education program where kids get hands on experiences working hand in hand with the Westlake and Bay Police Departments. Activities include forensics, crime scene investigation, patrol operations, etc. Interested students are invited to attend along with their parents.




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