TVS HS/MS November 2021
FIRST QUARTER HIGH HONOR ROLL
7th Grade: Dakota Allison, Ellie Arnett, Karly Arnold, Lucas Barlow, Noelle Bassler, Ryliee Caldwell, Kierstyn Coffman, Evan Day, Samuel DeHart, Olivia Hoover, Parker Howard, Peyton Howard, Mya Hundley, Kelsie Maggard, Owen McKee, Kynlee Metzger, Dustin Miller, Alexi Nicolini, Trent Ray, Amelia Suggs, Hayden Thorpe, Clarity Wharton, and Nixie Wilson
8th Grade: Chloe Clopper, Rhett Emig, Connor Grant, Eshton Justice, Kaylee Lipps, Lainey Mercer, Logan Mershon, Madison Nelson, Karsyn Roell, Brycen Simpson, Makenzye Stansberry, Mason Thornburgh, Tyler Thuma, Sophia Valentin, Logan Wells, Aidan White, Kiturah White, and Emilee Zinn
9th Grade: Caleb Allison, Maci Arndts, Caden Bishop. Brody Bowen, Valen Burkett, Eithan Campbell, Allison Cole, Brooklynn Grover, Rylan Haines, Jenna Henkes, Pierce Henkes, Makenzie Kaiser, Myleigh Lakes, Clara Meyers, Jayce Mowell, Kyra Mullins, Jordan Ritchie, Alexandra Thompson, Lillian Wharton, and Lucy Zimmer
10th Grade: Jandon Ankrom, Brayden Childers, Abby Crouse, Lani Howard, Brayden Koeller, Peyton Pitcox, Rylee Ray, Chandler Ulrich, Charles Voge, and Makenzie Wise
11th Grade: Grady Arndts, Kasey Blair, Madison Cole, Anna Collins, Allison DeLong, Danielle Denlinger, Claire Fogle, Madalynn Henkes, Elliana Hurst, Nathan King, Nathan Knapp, Parker Mershon, Thomas Mullins, Jesse Vlad, Ellie Webb, and Brooke White
12th Grade: Brionna Abner, Arianna Bland, Logan Clark, Allison Class, Aaron Cole, Lauren Cole, Dakota Dwiggins, Morgan Harrod, Abigail Hickey, Madison Hundley, Heather Janecek, William Jerdon, William Knapp, Lexie Lutz, Riley Maggard, Jenna McCoy, Abigail McGuire, Skylyn Mowell, Amberly Reed, Pearle Rollyson, Lucas Sievering, Lee Swafford, and Lynnlee Voge
FIRST QUARTER HONOR ROLL
7th Grade: Levi Ritchie, Adisen Rojo, Maddux Smith, and Hunter Todd
8th Grade: Luke Cross, Brylii Day, Dalton Napier, Sabrina Ochoa, Paul Reed, Donnie Sievering, and Mariah Tucker
9th Grade: Macy Bailey, Maggie Butler, Kyra Davis, Matthew DeHart, Jacob Ditton, Zion Gade, Jason Gaulding, Honye Libecap, Connor McKee, Brayden Perry, Meredith Pieratt, and Gracie Robinson
10th Grade: Olivia Abner, Kira Chesney, Paul Day, Sidnee Elswick, Robert Garza, Kara McCoy, Kyrstin Monroe, Hannah Thorpe, Jace Thuma, and Seth Vorhis
11th Grade: Caleb Goad, Savannah Olsen and Colin Smith
12th Grade: Zoey Bailey, Matthew Cornett, Makiah Newport, Matthew Parker, Jacob Sullivan, and Brenden Webb
FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES
FROM OUR MUSIC DEPARTMENT
HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR
MIDDLE SCHOOL CHOIR
FROM OUR SHOP TEACHER
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: BROOKLYN RIEGER-MARKER (COSMETOLOGY)
ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS
TVS STUDENTS AND LIVESCHOOL
Seniors: Riley Maggard and Allison Class
Juniors: Jesse Vlad and Claire Fogle
Sophomores: Wes Hager and Rylee Ray
Freshman: Jason Gaulding and Jenna Henkes
Eighth Grade: Parker Howard and Kynlee Metzger
LiveSchool correlates with PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports), which Twin Valley South implemented at the beginning of the school year. LiveSchool is an award-winning app which makes students accountable for their behaviors. Students receive points based on their behaviors which help them earn rewards. LiveSchool also helps our teachers give feedback to parents so they understand how their students are doing in school.
Click here for more information on PBIS.
Middle School Students Earn Reward through PBIS
RED RIBBON WEEK CONTEST WINNER
SENIOR CLASS NEWS
2022 SENIOR INFORMATION: THE REMIND TEXT MESSAGE SYSTEM
- Get senior-only related information from our HS Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Douglas.
- Your exact phone number is NOT saved. Your privacy is respected.
Follow the directions below to receive text messages regarding senior news and information:
- Text #369k8b to the number 81010
JUNIOR CLASS NEWS
SOPHOMORE CLASS NEWS
- CHECK www.tvs.k12.oh.us - Click on Department heading, scroll down and click on HS Guidance. Local scholarships will be listed under the SCHOLARSHIP heading on the right side of the page starting after the first of the year. Other scholarship information can be found by clicking on the LINK heading and scrolling until you find scholarships. Print and complete applications from site or link or, some can be completed online.
- MEET THE DEADLINES - read the directions whether to send yourself or give to guidance.
- GIVE YOUR COUNSELOR - Mrs. Douglas, AT LEAST ONE WEEK TO COMPLETE HER PART.
- GIVE TEACHERS AT LEAST ONE WEEK TO WRITE RECOMMENDATIONS.
- IF TRANSCRIPT NEEDED - GIVE Mrs. Watkins 3 DAYS TO PROCESS.
- ALSO CHECK www.fastweb.com
- ASK YOUR PARENTS ABOUT THEIR EMPLOYERS/ORGANIZATIONS
- LISTEN TO ANNOUNCEMENTS
- SEE YOUR COUNSELOR WITH QUESTIONS.
- TVS will not print those that are available online. If paper copies of applications are available from TVS-those can be obtained in the Guidance Office.
ELK'S MOST VALUABLE STUDENT AWARD
MIAMI UNIVERSITY REGIONALS OFFERS $1000 SCHOLARSHIP
ONE MIAMI EVENTS
Join representatives from Miami’s Oxford, Hamilton, and Middletown campuses to learn more about admission requirements and next steps for applying to each campus. We will host rotating information sessions for prospective high school, non-traditional, and transfer students and their families to ask questions. Attendees will receive an admission application fee waiver.
For more information and to register, visit the One Miami Admission Days website.
FALL OPEN HOUSE AT SINCLAIR REGIONALS
FROM INDIANA UNIVERSITY EAST
Friday, Nov. 12th, 10am-12pm
Whitewater Hall, Richmond, IN, USA
The Career Path Less Taken
For quite some time, parents have held the belief that the best path for their children to take to ensure their future success is to attend college. Times have changed; however, and more than half of students who graduate with a college degree are not able to get a job using that degree. As such, many students are left with a great deal of student debt without the means to repay that debt. In fact, there is a great need for skilled labor in our country. Many of these jobs pay as well or better than those requiring a four-year degree. Before deciding whether or not to send your child to college, it is worth considering other options.
TWIN VALLEY SOUTH/MVCTC FFA MEMBERS ATTEND THE 94TH ANNUAL FFA CONVENTION AND EXPO
Pictured above are (L to R):
Back row: Briana Henemyre, Danielle Denlinger, Ryan McRill, Abbey Earich, Brody Bowen, Krystin Monroe, Lily Wharton, Lauren Cole and Lynnlee Voge.Front row: Lucy Zimmer, Jordan Ritchie, Elli Hurst, Sydney Flory, Myleigh Lakes, Lani Howard, Braden Sullivan and Izzie O’Connor.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Pictured above are the new inductees along with current NHS members (left to right): Allison Class, Lynnlee Voge, Lauren Cole, Grant Ulrich, Madison Hundley, Morgan Harrod, Katelyn Wright, Danielle Denlinger, Elliana Hurst, Claire Fogle, Allison Delong, William Knapp, and Nathan King
HIGH SCHOOL QUIZ TEAM
On October 18, the TVS team defeated the Dixie Greyhounds 47-39 with Allison Class dominating the first round and Jenna McCoy's answering streak in the lightning round.
The team travelled to Milton Union on October 25. Despite their success in the alphabet round, the team came up short against Bethel.
MIDDLE SCHOOL QUIZ TEAM TOURNAMENT
Monday, Nov. 15th, 4pm
100 Education Drive
West Alexandria, OH
HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE OLYMPIAD
Students are able to ride the elementary bus route home.
VETERANS DAY PROGRAM
TVS LADY PANTHERS WIN TITLE
HOW TVS MS/HS TEACHERS ARE HELPING STUDENTS THROUGH 8TH PERIOD
The school launched its 8th Period afterschool program last year to help students to catch up in their classes and receive extra help. The program is open to ALL TVS students and is scheduled to run through the remainder of the school year. The administration has even worked with the athletic department to allow student athletes a chance to participate in 8th Period even if they afterschool sports practices. The ultimate goal is to get students to the end of the year successfully.
The program is from 2:35-3:25pm, with middle school students reporting to Mrs. Amanda Beneke's classroom and high school students to Mrs. Dianna Beneke's classroom. Students should bring missing or current homework assignments.
At the end of the session, students who are not walkers or car riders may ride the elementary bus routes home.
We are happy to provide expanded menu choices daily for breakfast and lunch. New items have also been added but, no worries, you will still see your all-time favorites! Additionally, we are going digital! Our new food service website will provide important food service information and helpful articles on nutrition. This can be accessed from the home page of the district's website. We are excited to now be able to provide “interactive” Menus! You will be able to do the following:
· Hover over any menu item and view the nutritional and allergen information
· Click on Nutrition, Nutrition Report Card, to select daily items and see total nutritional information for the day.
· Enter any allergens you are concerned with under "special meal accommodations" and the menu will automatically highlight in red, any menu items that contain those allergens.
· Sign up on the website to have the monthly menu’s automatically emailed to you as soon as they are posted to the website!
We hope you enjoy the new interactive menus. As always we welcome your suggestions. Soon we will be adding a method to submit your suggestions electronically on the website as well.
ALL STUDENTS EAT FREE BREAKFAST AND LUNCH!
For the 2021-2022 school year, the federal government will continue to provide free school meals for all students. Prepaid cafeteria deposits for ala carte items can be made online or cash and checks can be accepted in the school office. Free/reduced meal applications will be available online and paper applications are also available. Qualifying families should apply to receive reduced textbook and program fees. For more food service information including menus, please visit our website.
Daily Illness & Appointment Absences:
- Call: 937-839-4693 (TVS HS)
- Call: 937-839-4165 (TVS MS)
A student MUST Have Permission to Leave the Building During the School Day.
Pre-arranged Absences: A prearranged/vacation form must be filled out and signed in advance.
College Visit Absences Three (3) per year for Juniors & Seniors Stop by the office to request the form.
Attendance Policy & Procedures can be found on pages 26-29 in the Student Handbook
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