Inside Bay Village Schools September 2014
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Congratulations Commended Students!

September, 2014

Seven National Merit Commended Students

Bay High's Commended Students scored in the top three percent, or top 50,000, of the 1.5 million students taking the Preliminary SAT exam in their junior year.

BHS Commended students are (left-to-right) front row  -Melanie Kukura, Mary Woods, Jessica Mosier, Andrea Bliscik; and back row - Michael Clark, Arif Caushaj and Joseph O'Brien.

Key Club raises funds to ELIMINATE neonatal tetanus worldwide

Bay High Key Club members conducted a wide variety of activities to raise funds for The Eliminate Project, an International Kiwanis effort to eliminate neonatal tetanus across the globe.

Classroom donation collections, a meal at Crocker Park Chipotle, and a Cow Plop were some of the fundraising activities. The project chairs, Katherine Butler, Claire Mercer and Jessica Mosier, created this public service video.

This year, BHS Key Club will add to the more than $7,000 its members have raised toward this effort in the past three years.

A public service video for the Eliminate Project was created by Bay High seniors (left-to-right) Claire Mercer, Katherine Butler and Jessica Mosier.

Bay High PTA School of Excellence application team members (left-to-right) Andrea Schwartz, Gayatry Jacob-Mosier, past- PTA president
Suzanne Hippler, Principal Jason Martin and

PTA president Cheryll McCarty.

PTA units recognized for excellence

Kudos to our Bay High, Westerly and Normandy PTA units who have completed the detailed process of having their school designated as National PTA Schools of Excellence for their achievement in building effective family-school partnerships.

The program provided guidance in documenting how our schools engage families in school decision-making and help our schools build inclusive policies to benefit students.

Bay Middle School PTSA is also in the process of National PTA School of Excellence designation.

Westerly PTA School of Excellence application team members (adults, left-to-right) Robin Lucak, Pam Bonnett, Principal Josie Sanfilippo and 2013-14 Westerly PTA president Cheryll McCarty. Students helping to celebrate  (left-to-right) are: Evan Trnavsky,

Lily Pellow and Gabe Rodriguez.

Normandy PTA School of Excellence application team members (left-to-right) front row -- Robin Lucak, Principal Dan Sebring and 2013-14 Westerly PTA president Chrissy Morscher; back row - Pam Bonnett (Ohio PTA), Sandra Larimer, Hope Feicks and Ashley Florez.

Coming up quickly  . . .

Bay High Key Club sponsors Cow Plop Friday, September 26

Bay High Key Club members raising funds to eliminate neonatal tetanus in third-world countries are hosting a Cow Plop at Bay High Memorial Stadium Friday, September 26, 6:30 p.m. before the Bay Rockets versus Lakewood Rangers football game.

Email to purchase tickets at $10.

Be Fit in Bay

Join us this Saturday morning, Saturday, September 27, to kick off a fitness challenge with the Cleveland Clinic and other partners. Includes cholesterol, glucose, blood pressure, BMI screening before and after 8-week program. Learn, walk and talk with health professionals each week. Open to all adults who live or work in Bay Village.  Details on flyer at this link: http://bit.ly/BeFitInBay

Love and Logic Parenting Course starts September 30

Register now for this highly-rated, six-week parenting program by Ron Chidsey, LPC, held Tuesdays, 7-9 p.m. at Bay Middle School starting September 30. More information.
 

"Hidden in Plain Sight" to be presented at Bay High evening of October 1

"Looks can be deceiving." That's the message behind a unique traveling exhibit created by the Bath and Copley Township Police Departments. The display is called "Hidden in Plain Sight." The departments constructed what appears to be at first glance the bedroom of the average teenager. But amidst the clutter of clothing scattered on the floor, school supplies on a desk, and personal care products on a vanity are more than 150 items that can actually be signals that a young person could be involved in risky, dangerous and even illegal activity.

"Hidden in Plain Sight" will be on display at Bay High School on Wednesday, October 1.  Doors open for browsing at 6:30 p.m., with a presentation beginning at 7 p.m. The exhibit is open to adults only. There is no charge for admittance.

The audience is encouraged to explore and interact with items in the display which may be indicative that a teenager is involved in substance abuse, underage drinking, eating disorders, sexual activity and more.  Participants will be enlightened, educated and astonished.

The exhibit and presentation continue the collaboration of the Bay Village Schools and the Bay Village Police Department in educating the community's parents and adults in order to prevent risky behaviors by young people. Last year, the collaboration presented retired DEA agent Bob Stutman, who addressed the urgent need to prevent drug abuse by children who begin down the wrong path by abusing prescription drugs. 

For further information, contact Kevin Jakub, Assistant Principal at Bay Middle School at 440-617-7600 or email at

 

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Bay Cares!

Saturday, October 4, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Bay Village Public Library

Fall Fest to showcase community groups

Representatives from nearly 30 Bay Village-based community groups will be on hand at the Bay Village Library to share information about their activities. Take your hobby or interests – gardening, biking, writing, acting, music, democracy, education, history, sustainability, animals and more – to the next level, make new friends and learn how to make a difference volunteering in our community. Freshly made doughnuts will be available from the DonutLab food truck and there will also be crafts for kids and a performance by members of the Bay Village Community Band. Presented in partnership by the Bay Village Library and the Westlake Bay Village Observer.

Bay High PTSA Homecoming Cookout

Friday, October 10, 6 p.m.

(following Homecoming Parade)

Our tent outside Bay High Memorial Stadium

$5 Rocket Deal includes hot dog, drink, chips and dessert!

Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast

Sunday, October 12, 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Bay Middle School

Tickets are $6

PTA Council Scholarship Auction


Saturday, November 8, 6-10 p.m.

Memorial Hall in Rocky River
 

Food and complimentary bar provided by
Sweet Melissa


T
ickets on sale now!

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