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District Office
328 East Main Street
Amanda, Ohio 43102
P: 740-969-7250
F: 740-969-7620
High School
328 East Main Street
Amanda, Ohio 43102
P: 740-969-7251
F: 740-969-7669
Middle School
328 East Main Street
Amanda, Ohio 43102
P: 740-969-7252
F: 740-969-7642
Elementary
328 East Main Street
Amanda, Ohio 43102
P: 740-969-7253
F: 740-969-4764
Primary
414 North School Street
Amanda, Ohio 43102
P: 740-969-7254
F: 740-969-3086

Contacts



Kimberly Radulovich (email)
Principal
p: 969-7251

Jami McClure (email
Principal's Secretary
p: 969-7251

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A Parent's Guide to Dealing with your High School Athlete Part 1
A Parent's Guide to Dealing with your High School Athlete Part 2

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Perfect Weight Room Attendance
Congratulations to Ian White for perfect weight room attendance for the past four months.  In addition the following individuals had perfect weight room attendance for the month of April:  Mack Smith, Dustin Bresler, Stanly Hershberger, Andrew Hunter, Josh Likens, Will Riffle, Colten Roark, Anthony Roberts, Alex Smith, Austin Smith, Hunter Teagardner, and Dylan Warga. 

Learning Under the Lights Football Camp
The AC football program will be holding camp for athletes entering grades 3 through 8.   "Learning under the lights" will take place on the game field June 5th from 6:30-9:30 pm.  Flyers will go home from school.  Any questions please contact Coach Scott Hinton:  740-969-7251. 
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Fairfield County Engineer's Student Employment

The Fairfield County Engineer has an employment opportunity for part-time summer seasonal students. Primary duties will be working as flaggers for the County Road Maintenance Department. You must be a high school graduate, 18 years of age, have a valid driver's license and be enrolled to attend college. You will need an acceptance letter from the college you will be attending attached to your application for employment. Applications may be picked up at the Fairfield County Engineer's Office at 3026 W. Fair Ave., Lancaster, OH, and submitted by May 7th.

Girls State Program

The Department of Ohio, American Legion Auxiliary, along with the local American Legion Auxiliary Unit choose representatives to go the area at Buckeyes Girls State. The seek candidates who show interest in government, scholarstic achievement, exceptional moral character and leadership, ability, maturity, willingness to be involved and on an interview with an American Legion committee. The Girls State program is to train you women, who have completed their junior year in High School, in the duties, privileges, rights and responsibilities of citizenship by providing each attendeee the opportunity to actively participate in a democratic form of government. Samantha M. Young was choosen as an A-C Delegate this year! She will be attending the Buckeye Girls State program this year in June at the University of Mount Union.

American Legion Fairfield Ohio Buckeye Boys State Delegates

Christian Meadows and Robert (Lane) Woodruff was choosen as two of the American Legion Fairfield Ohio Buckeye Boys State delegates. They are to be congratulated on their selection to represent their school, our community and post 11 of the American Legion. Buckeyes Boys State will be held on the Campus of Bowling Green State University from June 14th thru June 21st.

A-C FFA Speakers: Unprecedented Victories

Recently, after advancing through the county and district level contests, four Amanda-Clearcreek FFA members have made chapter history by having four members qualify for the State Public Speaking Contest, and coming home with THREE state winners, which has never happened before in the state of Ohio!

The Public Speaking Career Developmental Event is one of the most rigorous contests that the FFA has to offer. It is broken into five categories: Creed, Advanced Creed, Beginning Prepared, Advanced Prepared, and Extemporaneous. Emma Dearth competed in the Creed division, where Freshmen members present the FFA Creed, and then answer questions regarding it. Emma placed in the Top 6 in the state, which is the highest an Amanda-Clearcreek FFA member has ever placed. Lexie Kougher competed in the Beginning Prepared category, where she had to give a memorized 4 to 6 minute speech over a topic related to agriculture, where she choose to speak on Algae Blooms, followed by questions from the judges. Lexie placed in the top two in her room in the preliminary round, which allowed her to advance to the finals where she placed first in the state! Samantha Young participated in the Advanced Prepared Category, where she had to present a memorized six to eight minute speech, also relating to agriculture, where she choose to speak on Nanotechnology, and then answered questions regarding it. Samantha placed first in the preliminary round, and also went on to place first in the state!! Finally, Josie Montoney participated in the Extemporaneous category, where she had to draw one of 125 topics, and was given half an hour to prepare a speech and present it, followed by questions from the judges. Josie placed first in the preliminary round, advanced to finals, and went on to place first in the state.

This is a incredible accomplishment for the Amanda-Clearcreek FFA Chapter, and is a first in the state. Samantha and Josie will continue on to represent Ohio at the National contest next fall in Louisville, Kentucky.

DISTRICT NEWS
In order to participate in a wide range of activities this 2014-2015 school year, the following Fee Schedule
has been implemented.

• Current school year fees need to be paid by September 1, 2014.
   Please make all checks payable to "Amanda-Clearcreek Schools".
• A minimum of 50% of prior school year fees need to be paid by January 23, 2015,
   the end of the first semester.
• And, 100% of prior school year fees need to be paid before June 2, 2015, the end of the 
   2014-2015 school year.
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