Rocket Report

August 27, 2018

Welcome Officer Loren Welch!

Dear Benton-Carroll-Salem Community:


We are proud and excited to welcome a new leader within our school district. His name is Officer Loren Welch, and today he begins his duties as the School Resource Officer (SRO) for Benton-Carroll-Salem School District. Officer Welch is a new addition to the Village of Oak Harbor Police Department and is employed by the Village. He will be assigned to work at the school district full-time during the school year. Officer Welch has previously worked as an officer with the Marblehead Police Department. Officer Welch had been motivated to become an SRO and saw this as his opportunity. Mr. Welch and his family reside in Oak Harbor.


Officer Welch will have a presence in all of our buildings where he will work to build relationships with students, staff, and community. Officer Welch will be focused on the goal of keeping all who use our facilities safe. We want everyone to understand that Officer Welch is not here at B-C-S to do student discipline or to have student behavior issues become police matters. Student behavior matters will continue to be issues that will be handled by our building administrators. Officer Welch will be working toward these goals:


1. To ensure a safe learning environment for all children and adults who enter the building.

2. To prevent, or at a minimum reduce potential harm related to incidents of school violence.

3. To foster a positive school climate based on respect for all children and adults in the school.

4. To create partnerships with behavioral health and other care providers in the community for student and family referral.


Further, I want you to know that B-C-S School District and the Village of Oak Harbor are entering into an agreement to split the cost of Officer Welch's salary and benefits. The Village will be invoicing B-C-S for 65% of the cost of Officer Welch's salary and benefits since he will be assigned to B-C-S for 65% of the year. We are also exploring grant opportunities to help offset these costs. I wish to thank Chief Weirich and the Oak Harbor Village Council for their leadership and support in bringing the SRO to our school district.


Having an SRO is part of Benton-Carroll-Salem's comprehensive approach to school safety. Officer Welch will help us address school violence with both prevention and intervention techniques. Having an SRO on a school campus can deter problem situations from arising and can enhance a school’s capacity to address its safety and security concerns. When problems do arise, SROs can intervene quickly to address the situation. SROs can contribute to safe school planning efforts and offer their schools a resource to turn to when emergencies occur. Ultimately, the presence of an SRO assists in making the school safer and more secure for students, teachers, and staff. The entire community benefits as well because learning is more likely to take place in such an environment.


I am sure that as I am writing that Officer Welch is making the rounds in our buildings to introduce himself to students and staff. I am excited to have him as part of our team! In the near future, look for information about a parent and community meeting that we will host, which will give you the opportunity to meet Officer Welch and learn more about school safety efforts at B-C-S. Should you have any questions concerning the SRO or school safety in general, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Sincerely,

Guy Parmigian, Superintendent

Senator Randy Gardner Night at Rocket Stadium!

We celebrated Senator Randy Gardner Night at Rocket Stadium on Friday, August 24th!

Thank you for being a good friend and advocate for B-C-S Local School District!

Welcome New Staff!

B-C-S Local School District would like to give a BIG welcome to the following new staff members for the 2018-19 school year!


Beth Craddock - Special Education Aide at OHHS

Hannah Carroll - Intervention Specialist at RC Waters Elem.

Katie Brough - First Grade Teacher at RC Waters Elem.

Kelly Shirkey - Health/PE Teacher at OHMS

Mackenzie Warren - Art Teacher at RC Waters Elem. and OHMS

Mandi Chasteen - Bus Driver

Nicole Glaser - District Nurse

Rebecca Witkowski - Intervention Specialist at RC Waters Elem.

Adam Downs - Agriculture Teacher


Here's to a fantastic first year at B-C-S Local School District!

THANK YOU!

Thank you Shoreline Church for the donation of school supplies to benefit B-C-S Students!

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B-C-S Alumni Band Takes the Field Once Again!

The Oak Harbor High School Marching Band will be joined by the BCS Alumni band for a halftime performance this fall football season. The band department has extended an invitation to all BCS Band Alumni to participate and become a part of this year’s Alumni Band. This is a great chance to see old classmates, as well as perform on the field “one more time.” The date of the performance is Friday, September 7th, for the Oak Harbor vs. Woodmore football game. For more information, please visit the band’s website at www.OakHarborBands.com. The registration deadline for this event is Tuesday, September 4th.


Contact Information:


Travis A. Magoto

Instrumental Music Director

Oak Harbor High School

11661 W St Rt 163

Oak Harbor, OH 43449


tmagoto@bcssd.com
(419) 898-6216

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What's Going On At RC Waters Elementary?

Follow RC Waters Elementary on Twitter to keep up with what's going on!

RCRockets

Ready for a great year!

We welcomed our students back August 23rd. A new year, new staff, new friends...let's make the 2018-19 school year an incredible year!

Welcome Jack Berckemeyer!

Our staff had the pleasure of attending PD with presenter Jack Berckemeyer today. He has such energy and positivity! What a great way for our staff to get inspired for the new school year!

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OPEN HOUSE EXCITEMENT!

The building was filled with excitement for a new year at Open House this past week. So many returning smiling faces and a few new ones. We’re going to have an Incredible year at RCW!

RC Waters Lunch Menu for August 2018!

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What's Going On At Oak Harbor Middle School?

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@OakHarborMS

Jack Berckemeyer created excitement for B-C-S Staff for the start of the new school year!

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THANK YOU!

Thank you to all of the Custodians, Summer Crew, and Maintenance Dept. for getting our buildings ready!

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Jumping for Joy for the first day of school!

OHMS 7th Grade Students were found Jumping for Joy for the first day of school!

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REMEMBER.....CHOOSE KINDNESS THIS SCHOOL YEAR!

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OHMS Lunch Menu for August 2018!

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WHATS GOING ON AT OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL?

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@cschell32

First day fun in the art room!

Why Physical education?

Students get to be physically active during the day and learn how to work as a team to accomplish a goal!! #Teaching the whole child!

SHOW US YOUR #ROCKETPRIDE!

The Karbor Krazies rush the field after the Rockets shut out Fostoria!!

Way to go Rockets in the home opener victory!!

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Celebrating the first TD of 2018 in fine fashion!!

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OHHS Lunch Menu for August 2018!

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WHATS GOING ON AT PENTA?

Follow PENTA on Twitter to keep up with what's going on!

@Callie_Haas

Calling all Karbor Krazies!

Get your Karbor Krazies gear here, the deadline is September 2nd! Spread the word!


ORDER HERE!

ATTENTION STUDENTS:

Meeting with Mrs. Schell Tuesday during student success AND early release FRIDAY!

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WHATS GOING ON AT OUR PRESCHOOL CLASSROOM AT NORTH POINT EDUCATIONAL SERVICE CENTER?

See what our Preschool Classroom is up to at North Point Educational Service Center located at Graytown!

Welcome to Preschool!

Students are off to a great start in Mrs. Krupp’s preschool class!


#RocketPride

ROCKET SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS!


  • The ladies cross-country squad placed 9th in the company of 20 teams at Norm Bray Invitational for combined DI-DIII races. Among DII teams the ladies were 4th, just 1 pt behind 3rd place. We had two personal records from Sam Tallman and Logan Wagner.

  • Varsity Volleyball beats Clyde and Mansfield Madison in two sets. Way to keep it rolling ladies!

  • The boys cross country team traveled to Fremont for the Norm Bray Invite. The Boys place 9th out of 20 teams. Almost all of the teams ahead of them were Division 1 schools!

  • Final score from Oak Harbor. Rockets defeat Fostoria Redmen 18-0. Nice job Rockets!

  • At the Rocket Soccer complex the JV girls Soccer team plays to a 2-2 tie vs Perrysburg. The boys JV soccer team lost 3-2 vs Perrysburg

  • At Oak Harbor, the Rocket Tennis Team swept Tiffin Calvert 5-0. Winning at singles were Chloe Duquette, Addi Hasselbach, and Mya Lenke. Doubles winners were Christine Arent, Vivian Kunkle, Bailey LaFountain, and Haley Hess. Nice job ladies

  • Rockets win set 3 25-16 over Rossford to close the match. The ladies move to 3-0 on the season. Outstanding effort!

  • JV Volleyball wins 2 sets to 1 over Rossford to move to 3-0 in the season

  • Oak Harbor girls golf team defeats the Edison Chargers @ Thunderbirs South. Oak Harbor 181 Edison 209 Wojo 40 Genzman 45 Glaser 46 Hayes 50 1st time they have beat the Chargers in 5 years... Nice job Girls.

  • The Oak Harbor Boys Cross Country Team finished 7th out of 16 teams at the Upper Sandusky Ice Breaker Invitational. Marcus Hartlage finished in 25th and the next four went 36, 42, 52, 54 a solid start for the Rockets. Keep up the good work

  • Lady Rocket JV Soccer team defeats Huron tonight 3-1. Nice Job ladies

  • Lady Rocket Tennis Team loses to Oregon Clay 5-0

  • Rocket Volleyball closes out set 3 25-13 to win the match over the Irish.

  • Boys Varsity Soccer Team drops their game to Woodmore by the score of 5-2.

  • JV Volleyball defeats Toledo Central Catholic in 2 games. Nice job ladies

  • Oak Harbor Girls Golf team hosted St Mary's and St. Paul at Oak Harbor Golf Club. SMCC 243 Oak Harbor 186 St. PAUL 183 Jaclyn Wojciechowski played steady again at 2 over par (38) while Hannah Genzman tallied a 44 today.

BENTON-CARROLL-SALEM LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

WEEKLY SPORTS AND SCHOOL CALENDAR

WEEK OF 08/27/2018

Monday, August 27

3:45 PM A HS ~ Boys Golf - Edison - @ Thunderbird South

4:00 PM H HS ~ Girls Tennis - Fremont St. Joe

5:00 PM H HS ~ Girls Golf - Margaretta

5:00 PM A HS ~ 9th Football - Rossford

5:00 PM A HS ~ Varsity Boys Soccer - Willard

5:00 PM A HS ~ JV Girls Soccer @ Widewater Park

5:00 PM A HS ~ Varsity Girls Soccer - Vermilion

Tuesday, August 28

HS ~ Boys Golf - Fremont Ross - @ Fremont CC

2:30 PM A HS ~ Girls Golf - Huron - @ Thunderbird North

4:00 PM A HS ~ Girls Tennis - Port Clinton

4:30 PM H MS ~ Volleyball - Huron

5:00 PM A HS ~ Volleyball - Huron

6:00 PM Board Meeting ~ @Board Office

Wednesday, August 29

3:00 PM H HS ~ Boys Golf - Margaretta

4:30 PM A MS ~ Volleyball - Sandusky -

5:00 PM A HS ~ Varsity Boys Soccer - Old Fort

Thursday, August 30

4:00 PM A HS ~ Girls Golf - Margaretta - @ Sleepy Hollow

4:15 PM A HS ~ Girls Tennis - Edison

4:30 PM A MS ~ 7th Football - Genoa @ OHHS

5:00 PM H HS ~ Volleyball - Tiffin Columbian

5:00 PM A MS ~ CC Flying Eagle Invite @ Eastwood HS

5:00 PM H HS ~ JV Boys Soccer - Toledo CC

5:00 PM A HS ~ Varsity Girls Soccer - Wauseon

6:00 PM H MS ~ 8th Football - Genoa - @ OHHS

Friday, August 31

7:00 PM A HS ~ Football - Genoa

Saturday, September 1

11:00 AM H HS ~ JV Football - Genoa

REMINDER NO SCHOOL MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3rd!

HAPPY LABOR DAY!

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About Us

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.