The Skipper Scoop

Week of October 22nd

SKIPPER NATION

It's a busy week here at Harding. A Halloween dance, a talent show, and the last home football game on Friday night will be keeping our kids busy this week. information about the dance is below. Kids can go home, eat dinner, and then attend the dance.


The game Friday is against Richmond Heights and our seniors will be honored for Senior Night. It's been a fun season to be a Skipper- come show your support!


I hope you all have a great week.


Mrs Rumbarger

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News You Can Use...

  • If you are coming into the school it is recommended you use the high school entrance on New Fourth vs. the library entrance.
  • The 1st quarter ends on October 10/23
  • Skipper Support happens during the lunch block for kids who need to complete work.
  • In the interest of security, the building will remain closed during home football games for restroom use.
  • There is a mandatory Winter Sports meeting @ 7PM on 10-25. If you attended the Fall OHSAA meeting, this meeting in not mandatory.

"Woot Woot" Wagon!

We have such an amazing staff that works so hard for kids every day. The "Woot Woot" wagon is a thank you to the staff for everything they do. The cart is filled with healthy and junky snacks and drinks for the staff at Harding. Mr. Rayl and Miss. Macko were pleasantly surprised today. Now if anyone has an idea how we can better carry this thing up the stairs...let me know. Keep up the good work Harding staff! And thanks for the great idea Mrs. Fischer!
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Auburn Visits

Barb Gordon from Auburn Career Center visited this week and spoke to our freshmen about career paths and choices. Auburn has so much to offer our students and a clear path to an industry certification program. Programs vary from criminal justice, cosmetology, welding, all the way to landscape design and implementation. Auburn programs can start as early as sophomore year. Kids that attend Auburn can still be involved with College Credit Plus as well. These kids pictured are currently enrolled in programs at Auburn and answered student questions. These Skippers make us all proud.
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Academic Challenge

My Yaussy and his Academic Challenge team competed in an invitational tournament at Shaker Heights on Saturday. The team won two matches, including a win over Riverside. Congrats to Gino Coraretti, Sarah Kazsmer, Josh Safick, Nora Rock, Olivia Hoge Massengill, Christian Hoge Massengill, and Nick Fazekas. Nice job kiddos and Mr. Yaussy!
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