Inside Bay Schools September 2018

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September 2018

Welcome Home!
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What a beautiful night for our Homecoming Parade! Watch Here!

The King, The Queen and their court:
Congratulations to the 2018 Homecoming Court: from left -- Charlie Gibbons, Christina Randazzo, King Anthony Stiegelmeyer, Queen Annie Spies, Katherine Baeppler, Garrett Butler. The weather cooperated for a wonderful Homecoming weekend for everyone!
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Focus for school leaders and staff . . .
Safety and security an ongoing process
Bay Village Schools are working hard to ensure that an integrated process of school safety is in place to protect our students and staff. It is important to continually review and update our safety plans as new research and technology show us how we must evolve. Superintendent Hausmann sent parents and staff an initial update on information about safety plans that we are able to share. Read it HERE.
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Light the Night brings community together for cancer cure

Bay High students for the third year showed love for fellow students & others fighting cancer. Leading a crowd through a luminaria-lined path, the presented $7,500 to The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. "No One Fights Alone." Watch Here:
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An A for Bay on Ohio Report Card!
Bay Schools earned an "A" on the Ohio Report Card, released today. Bay ranked 6th of 31 districts in Cuyahoga County, and 16th of 609 districts in the State of Ohio, on academic achievement based on state test scores. Read more about our report card results here. Grade of A

Interview Podcasts with Superintendent Hausmann!
SEPTEMBER, 2018:
Superintendent Jodie Hausmann interviews three Bay High seniors regarding how they feel about their senior year, what they look forward to, etc. Enjoy this fun conversation with seniors Grace Frey, Meredith Gerrity and Garrett Butler.

Listen to the podcast HERE:
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Bay High Emerging Artists!
Four Bay High student artists are included in the Ohio Art Education Association's 153-piece "Emerging Artists exhibit! The 153 (out of 240 pieces submitted) selected for this juried show come from nine OAEA regions in the state of Ohio. Congratulations Samantha Gully, Page Lucas, Isabel Juhasz, and Una Willhoite!
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Bay High teacher and student selected for prestigious exhibit
Exhibition: State of the Arts
Exhibition dates: Sept. 18 - Oct. 8, 2018
Location: Ohio University Art Gallery, 536 Seigfred Hall, Athens, Ohio, 45701
Bay High art teacher Cherie Bauer had “Narrative of Fear” accepted into OU's State of the Arts exhibit. Also accepted is Bay High student Jenna Goff's "Just Playing."

“Narrative of Fear” is an acrylic painting on paper that consists of layers of texts and image.  The image is purposefully whimsical in nature, almost a cartoon, expressing frustration at and wishing to throttle or at least pounce on the unbridled, unfiltered, UNTHINKING use of social media, in particular Twitter by society in general.  The immediacy of social media has allowed for an unprecedented amount of reactionism without accountability resulting in a destabilization of social norms and behaviors.  This current destabilizing rhetoric a kind of NARRATIVE OF FEAR, is more about creating a sensation than speaking the truth.  One quote “trivializing the momentous and complicating the obvious” seemed particularly apropos to this phenomenon.
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Cherie Bauer's "Narrative of Fear"
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UPCOMING EVENTS
Rockets Youth Camps
Find upcoming athletic events HERE!

Two-Year Calendar reference available: You can find a side-by-side listing of the approved school calendars for 2018-19 and 2019-20 HERE.
Find full district calendar of activities HERE.
Great Closet Clean-Out supports Bay Rockets and Savers/Easter Seals
October 19-20!
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RUN 2018 for the Bay Village Foundation
  • Race through beautiful Bay Village, starting at Bay Middle School
  • Saturday, October 20
  • Mail pre-registration by Wednesday, October 17 - $20
  • Online pre-registration by 9 a.m. on Friday, October 19 - $20
  • Day of event registration - $25
  • Online registration: www.hermescleveland.com
  • Registration/packet pick-up at Fleet Feet Westlake,
  • 26149 Detroit Road on Friday, October 19, 3:00-7:00 p.m.
  • Race day registration/packet pick-up at Bay Middle School, 7:30 a.m.
  • 5K RUN: 9:00 a.m. / 1 MILE WALK: 9:05 a.m.
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Enter PTA Reflections now through November 27
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