GHS Falcon Flier

Week of February 11th

State Wrestling Duals Champions

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Falcons of the Month

Congratulations to the following Students of the Month:

  • SENIORS: Sara Masters and Cameron Tyler
  • JUNIORS: Makenna Nichols and Zach Sanderson
  • SOPHOMORES: Morgan Pine and James Mills
  • FRESHMEN: Nolan Neves and Kayla Smith

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Graham High School Honor Roll

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Graham High School Merit Roll

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Graham High School First Semester Perfect Attandance

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Teen Titans- Sign up in the Counselor's Office Today!

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BPA Participates in Regional Leadership Conference

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Youth & Government Delegates Tour the Statehouse

By: Alexis Lewis, YG President


The Graham High School Youth & Government (YG) delegation is taking bounds and leaps in their strive to attend the conference for a second time in March, 2019. Alongside fundraisers to help abate the immense price of attending the conference, generous donors have graciously contributed to Youth & Government. The YG students would like to recognize the following individuals and businesses and their amazing donations:


X- Cel Feeds

Midge Audio

Zirkle Farms

Steve Prince Farms

Ward Construction

Darby Dental

Forgotten Creek Farm

Maurice Farms

Henderson Land Investment Company

Carrie’s Studio of Style

Peoples Savings Bank

Nanette's Concessions, Catering, and Desserts.


The YG students thank you for your generous donations!


YG is a YMCA program that enhances the development of knowledge in areas of democracy, legislative proceedings, and law. The GHS YG delegation has participated in conferences, meetings, etc. and have recently taken a trip to the Ohio Statehouse. The tour offered interesting history of the building, alongside fun facts and fascinating pieces of artwork. YG students are working hard on finalizing their bills for the March conference and are looking forward to another fun adventure with Youth & Government!


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Second Annual Wing Eating Contest- March 15th

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Upcoming Scholarship Deadlines

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After School Program is taking members!

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Upcoming Items

February

  • 11- Blizzard Bag 2 Due
  • 12- Blizzard Bag 3 Due
  • 18- No School
  • 20- All-Junior ACT (UVCC and OHP Juniors will attend GHS for this test. Block Days will be Thursday and Friday on this week.)
  • 21- Odd Block Day
  • 22- Even Block Day

March

  • 15- Wing Eating Contest (Assembly Schedule)

April

  • 4- Odd Block with No Flight Time (ELA 1 and 2 testing during 1st block)
  • 5- Even Block with No Flight Time (ELA 1 and 2 testing during 2nd block)
  • 8- Odd Block with No Flight Time (End of Course tests)
  • 9- Odd Block with No Flight Time (End of Course tests)
  • 10- Even Block with No Flight Time (End of Course tests)
  • 11- Even Block with No Flight Time (End of Course tests)

Last Week in Sports

  • Boys Basketball
    • Win over Indian Lake

  • Girls Basketball
    • Loss versus Indian Lake

    • Loss versus North Union

  • Boys Bowling
    • CBC Champions

  • Girls Bowling
    • CBC Runner-Up

  • Swimming
    • Finished season at Sectionals

  • Wrestling
    • State Duals Champions

    • QuarterFinals

      Graham Local 62 - London 8

      106 Nolan Gessler 9 (Graham Local) dec. Brady Fisher 9 (London)tf20-55

      113 Trace Braun 10 (Graham Local) pin Grace Jones 10 (London)0:236

      120 Dawson Show 12 (Graham Local) pin Josiah Kennedy 10 (London)3:276

      126 Chris Kelly 11 (Graham Local) dec. Dominic Davis 11 (London)md16-64

      132 Nick Moore 10 (Graham Local) pin Ethan James 11 (London)1:126

      138 Alek Martin 10 (Graham Local) pin Jeremiah Yearout 10 (London)1:386

      145 Antwaun Burns 9 (London) dec. Jack Mefford 10 (Graham Local)tf21-65

      152 Jeffrey Thomas 12 (Graham Local) dec. Josh Colvin 12 (London)tf23-85

      160 Isaiah Stickley 11 (Graham Local) pin Nic Scaggs 11 (London)0:196

      170 Darian Huff 11 (London) dec. Eric Thomas 10 (Graham Local)Dec 5-43

      182 Nolan Neves 9 (Graham Local) dec. Jack Minner 12 (London)tf19-45

      195 William Mannier 10 (Graham Local) dec. Antonio Burns 9 (London)md14-14

      220 Trey Pence 12 (Graham Local) dec. Thadd Huff 9 (London)Dec 11-43

      285 Johnny Shafer 12 (Graham Local) pin Dustin Massie 12 (London)0:556



    • Semifinals- Graham Local 58 - Perkins 13

      106 Nolan Gessler 9 (Graham Local) dec. Max Oprzadek 10 (Perkins)md10-24

      113 Trace Braun 10 (Graham Local) pin Keegan Schoen 9 (Perkins)2:356

      120 Dawson Show 12 (Graham Local) dec. Jordan Holt 12 (Perkins)Dec 8-53

      126 Chris Kelly 11 (Graham Local) pin J.D. Thom 10 (Perkins)2:246

      132 Nick Moore 10 (Graham Local) pin Logan Schoen 12 (Perkins)0:136

      138 Alek Martin 10 (Graham Local) pin Logan Catri 10 (Perkins)0:546

      145 Jack Mefford 10 (Graham Local) dec. Cole Weatherly 11 (Perkins)Dec 7-63

      152 Jeffrey Thomas 12 (Graham Local) pin Cameron Smith 11 (Perkins)5:306

      160 Isaiah Stickley 11 (Graham Local) pin Jordan Jackson 11 (Perkins)1:196

      170 Lucas Salmon 12 (Perkins) dec. Eric Thomas 10 (Graham Local)md19-64

      182 Tai Carter 11 (Perkins) dec. Nolan Neves 9 (Graham Local)Dec 7-43

      195 William Mannier 10 (Graham Local) pin Brock Runner 10 (Perkins)4:306

      220 Sam McNulty 11 (Perkins) pin Trey Pence 12 (Graham Local)0:356

      285 Johnny Shafer 12 (Graham Local) forfeit (Perkins)

      Final

      Graham Local 38 - Aurora 24

      106 Nolan Gessler 9 (Graham Local) dec. Robbie Sagaris 10 (Aurora)md14-44

      113 Nic Willingham 9 (Aurora) dec. Trace Braun 10 (Graham Local)Dec 6-03

      120 Dawson Show 12 (Graham Local) dec. Antwan Sagaris 10 (Aurora)md13-04

      126 Chris Kelly 11 (Graham Local) dec. Brian Kennedy 10 (Aurora)tf23-85

      132 Nick Moore 10 (Graham Local) forfeit (Aurora)Forfeit6

      138 Alek Martin 10 (Graham Local) dec. Jack Gorman 12 (Aurora)md25-124

      145 Jack Mefford 10 (Graham Local) pin Kyle Petersen 12 (Aurora)3:526

      152 Jeffrey Thomas 12 (Graham Local) dec. Andy Garr 12 (Aurora)Dec 7-33

      160 Dylan Fishback 9 (Aurora) dec. Isaiah Stickley 11 (Graham Local)md12-44

      170 Will McGhee 12 (Aurora) dec. Eric Thomas 10 (Graham Local)tf15-05

      182 Ethan Anderson 11 (Aurora) pin Nolan Neves 9 (Graham Local)5:206

      195 Evan Anderson 9 (Aurora) dec. William Mannier 10 (Graham Local)Dec 6-33

      220 Colin McNamara 12 (Aurora) dec. Trey Pence 12 (Graham Local)Dec 3-2 UTB3

      285 Johnny Shafer 12 (Graham Local) pin Marcus Barroun 12 (Aurora)2:546





Week of February 11th Activity Schedule

  • February 11
    • Girls Varsity Basketball versus Urbana 6:00 PM

  • February 12
    • Boys Freshman Basketball at Kenton Ridge 4:30 PM

    • 8th Grade Scheduling Night

  • February 13
    • Sectional Girls Bowling at Huber Heights

  • February 14
    • Sectional Boys Bowling at Huber Heights

    • Girls Basketball Tournament versus Trotwood Madison at Tecumseh 6:00 PM

  • February 15
    • Boys Freshman Basketball at North Union 4:30 PM

    • Boys JV Basketball at North Union 6:00 PM

    • Boys Varsity Basketball at North Union 7:30 PM

  • February 16
    • Boys Wrestling CBC Tournament at Bellefontaine

  • February 21
    • District Boys Bowling

    • District Girls Bowling
  • February 22
    • Sectional Wrestling
    • Boys Varsity Basketball Tournament versus Northridge at Springfield 6:00 PM
  • February 23
    • Sectional Wrestling

John Hopkins Engineering Innovation Summer Program

The Johns Hopkins Engineering Innovation Summer (EI) Program will be held at Clark State Community Collegein Springfield, OH. We are asking that you share the information below with students interested in math, science, and engineering.

EI is the summer version of a course offered to first year engineering majors at Johns Hopkins University (JHU). The semester-long course has been condensed into four or five weeks. During the program, students complete lab activities in computer, chemical, electrical, computer, civil, mechanical engineering, and materials science. Course materials, including labs and sample quizzes, can be viewed here. Students who earn an A or B in the class receive three college credits from JHU.

This is a great opportunity for students to try college engineering while still in high school. They can decide if they want to pursue an engineering major and which field is of the most interest to them.

Students applying to EI at Clarks State may request a waiver for the application fee. Need-based full and partial scholarships are available for commuting students. Students interested in receiving financial aid should apply early.

Below is a link to a video in which past EI students and faculty talk about the program: https://ei.jhu.edu/engineering-overview-video/.

This course is rigorous, and students must have As and Bs in their high school math and science classes. They also must have taken the following subjects to be eligible to apply:

· Algebra II

· Physics or Chemistry

· Trigonometry, or have learned to use the trig functions – up through the application of the laws of sines and cosines to resolve non-right angle triangles in another math course

· Most students are rising Juniors and Seniors in high school

Important Dates:

· EI Course:

June 24 – July 19, 2019, Monday – Friday,

9:00 am – 3:00 pm

· Online Application Available: December 15, 2018

· First Deadline: February 15, 2019

· Financial Aid Priority Deadline: March 15, 2019

· Final Deadline: June 1, 2019

Please discuss this opportunity with your students who may be interested in learning more about engineering. We would be happy to email you an information flyer to share with your students. If you are interested, please let us know by sending an email to ei@jhu.edu.

For more information please visit our website: https://ei.jhu.edu/.

Please share the Engineering Innovation video with your students:

https://ei.jhu.edu/engineering-overview-video/.

Volunteer Opportunities

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