December 10, 2018
Good Samaritan Spotlight
On a cold and icy November 15th when school was closed due to the bad weather, Oak Harbor High School student T.J. Branch was out on his golf cart in his Sand Beach neighborhood. T.J. spotted a man hunched over apparently in distress. T.J. assessed the situation and called for his mom and the two of them began CPR on the man. The man in distress was then taken by ambulance to the hospital. Oak Harbor High School is proud of the courage and compassion shown by T.J. Branch. His selfless action is something that our entire community should be proud of! Well done T.J!
Tune in every Monday for #MakeADifferenceMonday where we will feature a stakeholder, student, or fellow alumni answering "Five questions for B-C-S"
This week B-C-S is featuring, The Hand quadruplets, who are 5th-grade students at OHMS!
1. What is your favorite part about Fifth Grade?
Madison - My favorite part of 5th-grade is the memories. Every day makes me happy and I have lots of fun with the teachers and my friends.
Everett- My favorite part of school is lunch. Lunch is the best!
Olivia - My favorite part of 5th-grade is Math. I think it's super easy!
Isabel - Gym is my favorite thing of 5th grade. The games are fun and I love being competitive!
2. What is your favorite lunch at school?
Madison - My favorite lunch is Chinese chicken! I love Chinese food!
Everett - My favorite lunch is the Chinese chicken also! It's the absolute best!
Olivia - I love the bosco sticks! They are so good!
Isabel - Nachos are my favorite lunch! The meat is juicy, good chips and I love the cheese!
3. What do you want to be when you grow up?
Madison - When I grow up I want to be a vet. I get to help animals! Animals are awesome!
Everett - I want to be an astronaut!
Olivia - I want to be a teacher or in the military. I like teachers because of my 1st and 3rd-grade teachers. I also like the military because I'm helping people and my father was in the military.
Isabel - I hope to one day be a teacher. I like to work with kids and I want to help them learn.
4. What is your favorite subject in school?
Madison - Science is my favorite subject! My teacher is awesome and we have a lot of fun!
Everett - I love Social Studies.
Olivia - Math is so much fun. I love it!
Isabel - I love history, so Social Studies is my favorite subject. I like history and learning about it.
5. What is your favorite thing to do outside?
Madison - I love to have fun with my friends playing 4 square and chatting in the hallways. I had a lot of fun toilet papering my friend's house (with permission)
Everett - I love playing Jack Pot! I have a lot of fun with my friends here at school.
Olivia - I love playing 4 square with my friends, but I also hang out with my friends by the monkey bars.
Isabel - I love horses. I like to spend my time riding and working with them. I also enjoy playing kickball and basketball.
Olivia, Madison, Everett, & Isabel Hand
The Annual B-C-S Senior Citizen Luncheon
OHHS hosted the annual B-C-S Senior Citizen Luncheon on Tuesday, December 4th. Over 200 people attended the 2018 Christmas Luncheon event this year! Thank you to all of the students and staff that helped make this annual event great: Jazz Band, OHHS Choir, OHHS Student Council, MS Student Council, FFA, National Honor Society, and Mary Wood who provided holiday piano music during lunch. Poinsettias were also given away during the luncheon. We hope we shared some Christmas cheer with all those that were able to attend!
Coffee Connections Announced for 2019
District citizens are invited to join B-C-S Superintendent Guy Parmigian and Treasurer Cajon Keeton to attend a district coffee. Coffees provide an informal opportunity to introduce yourself, chat, ask questions, and learn more about the B-C-S school system and where we are heading. All district citizens are invited to attend. There are no reservations needed, and there is no cost to attend.
Below is a listing of the dates/times/locations of Coffee Connections:
Subway - January 15, 2019 at 8:30 a.m.
Evolve - February 12, 2019 at 8:30 a.m.
Kozy's - March 19, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.
Kaiser's Limestone Tavern - April 16, 2019 at Noon
McDonald's - May 15, 2019 at 8:30 a.m.
**All subject to change if needed.
Contact the Board Office at 898-6210 if you have any questions.
What's Going On At RC Waters Elementary?
R.C Waters Elementary School Receives Bronze Award!
R.C Waters Elementary School received a bronze award, from the Region 1 State Support Team, at the 4th Annual OH PBIS Showcase in Worthington on November 29, 2018. This is the second year receiving statewide recognition for their implementation of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) with a high degree of quality and fidelity. The focus of PBIS is to improve the social-emotional climate for both staff and students in the building. While at the conference, staff members attended breakout sessions to discover new ideas from other schools and districts in the state. R.C. Waters staff is excited to incorporate the new ideas into their program.
Staff members representing R.C. Waters: Cassy Dornbusch, Reading Teacher; Angie Lipstraw, Assistant Principal
RC Waters’ Christmas Concert!
This Week At RC Waters!
Mrs. Bergman’s reading group read a story on the invention of duct tape. Then the students each worked on a duct tape creation of their own.
These kindergarten students were showing off their reading skills. They have made such growth this year already! Awesome!
3rd grade is learning about the states of matter. Students experimented with balloons filled with ice (solid), water (liquid), and air (gas)..
Kindergarten Students Learn Chromebook Skills!
WHATS FOR LUNCH AT RC WATERS?
DECEMBER BREAKFAST MENU!
DECEMBER LUNCH MENU!
What's Going On At Oak Harbor Middle School?
Thank you OHMS Staff for all you for our students!
A BIG thank you to Mr. Neiderhouse and his students for the new bike racks at OHMS!
Congratulations to the 7th Grade Academic Challenge Team for taking 2nd place!
Job Shadow / Penta Day!
7th-grade students enjoyed their job shadow / Penta Day!
This Week At OHMS!
7th-grade girls warming up before their first basketball game of the season! Go Rockets!
One of the new Girls Clubs - Learning to tie ties so their dads, brothers, and uncles....are ready for the holiday season!
Middle School wrestlers were busy this weekend! Keep working hard Rockets!
WHAT'S FOR LUNCH AT OHMS?
DECEMBER BREAKFAST MENU!
DECEMBER LUNCH MENU
WHATS GOING ON AT OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL?
8th-grade Academic Challenge Team places 3rd!
Congrats to Oak Harbor’s 8th-grade academic challenge team on their 3rd place finish @ the Tri-County Academic challenge!
A Holiday Celebration!
The Oak Harbor 8th grade and high school bands presented A Holiday Celebration Sunday afternoon at OHHS auditorium! Thank you OHHS 8th grade and HS bands for a wonderful holiday performance by all! Way to go Rockets!
This Week At OHHS!
Art club Christmas party fun!
A wonderful Holiday Performance by all!! Way to go Rockets!
The OHHS Band plays for the 2018 B-C-S Senior Citizens Christmas Luncheon crowd! Thanks to all who could attend!
OHHS Music Performance Class is looking for Instrument donations!
Do you have an old guitar or bass guitar laying around? Have your days of shredding come to an end? If so, the Oak Harbor HS Music Performance class could be that instrument's new home! The class is looking for donations of gently used guitars, basses, and related equipment such as amps and cables. If you have anything you think may be useful to a class that focuses on rock/pop/modern music, please send an email to email@example.com or bring your instrument by the high school!
WHAT'S FOR LUNCH AT OHHS?
DECEMBER BREAKFAST MENU!
DECEMBER LUNCH MENU!
WHATS GOING ON AT PENTA?
ROCKET SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS:
- Runner-ups at the Bob Bailey Invitational. Good day on the mats.
- Rockets win 47-33! Alexander with 20 and Booker with 12! Way to get back to your winning ways!
- Finals: 145 Tad Jensen wins 6-3. Finishes Champion.
- Boys 200 medley relay 14th: Thomas Chovanec, Caleb Heintz, Troy Metcalf and Kobe Fletcher
- Elayna Krupp 7th in 50 free
- Troy Metcalf 20th in 50 free
- Finals 132: Cam Dickman wins by pin in 1st period. Finishes Champion.
- Finals 138 Matthew Dewitz wins 10-6 over Will Roth. Finishes Champion.
- Finals 113 Tyler Davis wins 2-0 over Alda of Bellevue. Finishes Champion.
- Final score from the Launch Pad Huron 54, Oak Harbor 44
- Lady Rockets fall to Eastwood by the final score of 63-58
Oak Harbor Athletic Department Looking for Sub Announcers
The Oak Harbor Athletic Department is looking for volunteers to be a backup announcer for both Boys and Girls Basketball Games. Pay is $17 per game. If you are interested please contact Dan Hoover (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Doug Slagle (email@example.com) or call the Athletic office at 419-898-6216 ext 2726.
BENTON-CARROLL-SALEM LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
WEEKLY SPORTS AND SCHOOL CALENDAR
WEEK OF 12/10/2018
Tuesday, December 11
4:30 PM A MS ~ Boys Basketball - Sandusky
4:30 PM H MS ~ Girls Basketball - Sandusky
5:00 PM H HS ~ Swim & Dive - SMCC/Margaretta
5:30 PM H HS ~ Girls Basketball - St. Mary
6:00 PM RC ~ TIE Meeting
Wednesday, December 12
5:00 PM A MS ~ Wrestling - Bellevue/Sandusky @ Bellevue MS
Thursday, December 13
4:30 PM H MS ~ Boys Basketball - Vermilion
4:30 PM A MS ~ Girls Basketball - Vermilion
Friday, December 14
HS ~ Diving - DHL - NWO Classic - Findlay
5:00 PM A MS ~ Diving - SBC - @ Port Clinton
Saturday, December 15
HS ~ Swim - DHL - NWO Classic - Away - Ross/BGSU - 9:00/5:00
MS ~ Swimming - SBC -@ Port Clinton
9:00 AM A HS ~ JV Wrestling - Clyde JV Invite
10:00 AM A MS ~ Wrestling - Mohawk Invite
1:00 PM H HS ~ Girls Basketball - Vermilion
4:30 PM H HS ~ Boys Basketball - Old Fort
The school district was founded on July 1, 1967 due to the consolidation of the Benton Township School District, the Carroll Township School District, and the Salem-Oak Harbor School District.Benton-Carroll-Salem Local School District, home of the Oak Harbor Rockets, serves 1700 students on three campuses: R.C. Waters Elementary School (Grades K--3), Oak Harbor Middle School (Grades 4--7), and Oak Harbor High School (Grades 8--12). The district is committed to serving the needs of all students to prepare them for the challenges of citizenship, the workforce, and life long learning.