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328 East Main Street
Amanda, Ohio 43102
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F: 740-969-7620
High School
328 East Main Street
Amanda, Ohio 43102
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Middle School
328 East Main Street
Amanda, Ohio 43102
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F: 740-969-7642
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Amanda, Ohio 43102
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Amanda, Ohio 43102
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School Supply List for 2014-2015


6th Grade  •  7th Grade  •  8th Grade



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Tricia Haughn (email)
Principal
p: 969-7252 ext. 2201

Stephanie Hedges (email
Principal's Secretary
p: 969-7252 ext. 2033

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2014-2015 Student Handbook
Explore Day 2014

Can you save Fred?


7th grade science students perform and lab using the scientific method. It was titled "

Can you save Fred?

"  The goal was to get a gummy life saver (life preserver), out from under a cup ( capsized boat), and put it on a gummy worm ( Fred) using ONLY 4 paper clips....they could ONLY touch the paper clips with their hands NOT the life preserver, boat or Fred!  They really had a lot if fun with this activity!

"Heather Evans Middle School Science Classes"
OCT
27-31
NOV
05
  Digital Danger @ 6:30pm in Gymnasium 1

Wildlife and Fisheries Class


Wildlife biologist showing raptor banding and release. Awesome experience!! Thanks to USDA Wildlife Services! Bird successfully released from our school!

Middle School News


Mr. Wayne Campbell, from "Tyler's Light", came to Amanda-Clearcreek on October 14th and shared his personal story and knowledge with grades 7-12 about drug awareness.  He encouraged students to "Speak Up" and "Save a Life".  This presentation was very well received by students and staff members.

The

week of October 27-31

will be

Red Ribbon Week

in the middle school. 
This week is devoted to educating our students about drug awareness. Mrs. Dupler, the guidance counselor, will work closely with the teachers to create lessons which will teach students about the dangers of drugs.

Our

first grading period will end on October 31st.


Students who earn the honor roll, have no unexcused absences and no discipline referrals will be eligible to attend a reward field trip on November 10th. We will be going bowling at Tiki Lanes in Lancaster, Ohio.

The authors of

Digital Danger

:
If You Think Your Kid is Safe Online, Think Again will be coming to A-C schools. Please join us for this fast - paced interactive workshop, as they share strategies to help students and parents stay safe in a digital world. This workshop will take place on

November 5th at 6:30 PM in Gym #1

. Everyone is welcome!

During the first week of November, teachers will be educating students about cyber-safety as well.



Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday, November 6th, from 5:00-8:30 PM and on November 7th from 8:00-11:30 AM


Please call your child's teacher or the middle school office to schedule a conference. 

Students' artwork will also be displayed in the middle school during parent-teacher conferences.

 
The

ACES of the month for August

were Jay Sahr, Sarah Hayes, Alison Eveland, Dylan Smith, Zane Hayes, Kennedy Rhymer, and Jason Mansell. The ACES of the month for September were Brady Pugh, Morgan Anderson, Emily Ruck, Logan Rigsby, Talitha Hochstetler, and Baline Holbrook.

Congratulations to all of the students!
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