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328 East Main Street
Amanda, Ohio 43102
P: 740-969-7250
F: 740-969-7620
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328 East Main Street
Amanda, Ohio 43102
P: 740-969-7251
F: 740-969-7669
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328 East Main Street
Amanda, Ohio 43102
P: 740-969-7252
F: 740-969-7642
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Amanda, Ohio 43102
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414 North School Street
Amanda, Ohio 43102
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F: 740-969-3086

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Stephanie Hedges (email
Principal's Secretary
p: 740-969-7252 ext. 2033
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2015-2016 Student Handbook

ACES of the Month
February 2016

6th  Grade
Andy Newsom + Lauren Schuldt
7th  Grade
Andrew Harber + Jacqueline Huntzinger
8th  Grade
Will Johnson + Sydney Sharp
Tricia Haughn (email)
Principal
p: 740-969-7252 ext. 2201
ACES OF THE MONTH - AUGUST 2015
back row: Saleah Jarrell, Natalie Heister, Emma Chamber
front row: Cade Young, Carson Dum, Cort Kleinline
ACES OF THE MONTH - SEPTEMBER 2015
L to R-  Alison Eveland, Jacob Shamblin, Anthony Buckley, Elaina Fowler,
Trent Hedges, Jazlynn Aman
ACES OF THE MONTH - OCTOBER 2015
L to R-  Grant Guiler, Aaron Sharp, Sara Sharp, Stephanie
Bowers, Jilane Predmore,Kade Donnelly
ACES OF THE MONTH - NOVEMBER 2015
back row: Kiersten Wolfe, Christian Riley, Hunter Palmer, Emily Ruck
front row: Addy Jones, Dilon Riffle
ACES OF THE MONTH - DECEMBER 2015
ACES OF THE MONTH - JANUARY 2016
Back row: Isaac Numbers, Ryan Chambers, Quintin Lott
Front row: Gracie Hyme, Macy Vandagriff,Olivia Hutchison
Andy Newsom, Lauren Schuldt, Andrew Harber, Jacqueline Huntzinger, Will Johnson and Sydney Sharp
ACES OF THE MONTH - FEBRUARY 2016
6th grade: Evann Milless and Madison Durr
7th grade: Connor Lafferty and Abbie Stats
8th grade: Jesse Connell and Laci Kuhlwein
ACES OF THE MONTH - MARCH 2016
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Shared Hope International
Shared Hope International will be presenting at Amanda-Clearcreek Schools on Monday, February 8 at 7:00 PM.  Shared Hope International strives to prevent the conditions that foster trafficking and help bring justice to the vulnerable.They lead prevention strategies, restoration programs and justice initiatives  to combat trafficking in the U.S. and abroad.  Please join us to hear the facts concerning trafficking in your area and ways we can help prevent this from happening to our children.
The Middle School Gamer's Club held it's monthly meeting last week. This club gives all kids an opportunity to attend an after school activity to
engage and interact with their peers.
Gamer's Club
T-Shirt Winners
Recently, the 7th grade science students competed in a T-shirt design contest, sponsored by the Ohio Energy Project.  Any 7th grader could take part in the competition.  The top 5 were selected by members of the staff. These 5 students will move on to compete with other school involved in the Ohio Energy Project.  All 5 of our winners received a $10 gift card to subway! Pictured from left to right are: Stephanie Bowers, Megan Bausun, Elaina Fowler, Abigail Bolin and Carson Dumm.  Congratulations on your hard work!! Good luck at the next level!
Visual Dictionary
Contest Winners

Students in 7th grade science created pages for a visual dictionary.  The following students were the winners of each term that was studied in our Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Unit.  Winners got to choose between getting bonus points for the nine weeks or a candy bar.
From left to right (top row): Dawson Mullen, Audrey Butterbaugh, Emily McCormick, Addison Icenhour, Paige Alford, Kierstan Wolfe and Elaina Fowler.
From left to right (bottom row): Kaylee Sharp, Laura McKenzie, Natalie Heister, Sophia Mazgay, Olivia Hutchinson, Morgan Anderson and Kyla Poling.
Photosynthesis Winners!
Snow Day Make Up Schedule 2015-2016
We WILL be going to school EVERY FRIDAY in April

The first 5 days we do not have to make up.  Here is a chart to help you plan your last days of school.
Boccia
It’s time for Boccia…check out the attached flier for information on practice times and location.

Parent Presenter in 7th Grade Science Class

It was an exciting day today in 7th grade science! We had a parent, Phil Pugh, father of Brody Pugh, present to us his career today.  Mr. Pugh is an ER nurse at OSU East and is also a clinical teacher for new nurses in
Newark.  The sudents were very intersted in what Mr. Pugh had to say regarding his career.  Students also got the opportunity to practice the skills he taught them today in CPR.  I am so thankful to have parent
vounteers come in to share their career experiences with our students.  A BIG THANK YOU goes out to Phil Pugh for giving up his day off to come speak to my classes!!
If we have snow day number... Student's Last Day Teachers Last Day
  6   Thurs. May 26   Fri. May 27
  7   Fri. May 27   Tues. May 31
  8   Tues. May 31   Wed. June 1
  9   Wed. June 1   Thurs. June 2
  10   Thurs. June 2   Fri. June 3
7th Grade Immunization Requirements
Attention Parents/Guardians,

The Ohio Department of Health requires ALL students entering 7th grade to have an additional dose of Tdap or Td booster shot AND one dose of Meningococcal vaccine. This requirement MUST be met prior to the first day of school in August. Please contact your family physician or local health department at 740-689-6758 to make an appointment.  We REQUIRE written documentation by your child’s physician PRIOR to the start of seventh grade. 

Any student who does not have record of this immunization by September 9, 2016 will NOT be permitted to attend school until this is completed.
Thank you for your attention to this matter, any questions please call Mrs.Haughn or Nurse Emily.

Mrs. Haughn
Principal
We enjoyed our first parent presenter in 7th grade science class today!  Joy Sharp, mom of Kaylee Sharp, is the extention agent through the Pickaway County extention office.  She presented how her job relates to science.  Mrs. Sharp demonstrated how germs can be passed from one person to the other using a "secret" hand lotion she had Mrs. Evans use and shake random sutdents' hands as they came to class.  She further demonstrated germ growth using beans.  Students were disgusted to learn that in 512 bacteria germs have multiplied after just 2 hrs and 12 hours.  Students got to participate in a hands on game that "quizzed" them on the facts she presented.  A BIG thanks  to Joy Sharp for sharing her knowledge and being "edutaining" to our students today!!
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HONOR ROLL INCENTIVE TRIP TO SLATE RUN METRO PARK
4TH 9 WEEKS INTERIMS SENT HOME
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6TH-8TH GRADE DANCE - 6:30-8PM
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BATTLE OF THE BOOKS @ CANAL WINCHESTER
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NO SCHOOL - TEACHER IN SERVICE DAY
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6TH GRADE CAMP
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8TH GRADE WASHINGTON DC TRIP
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LAST DAY OF SCHOOL - FINAL REPORTS CARDS WILL BE MAILED
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HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION
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SUMMER MATH AND READING CAMP - 8AM-12PM