January 22, 2018
WE ARE B-C-S PROUD!
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, RC Water's 2nd Grade teacher, Ashlee Hathaway!
1. What college did you attend, did you participate in any sports in college?
~I attended The University of Findlay for my Bachelor's and Master's degrees. I also played softball all four years--pitched and played third base.
2. How long have you been teaching 2nd Grade at RC Waters?
~This is my 13th year teaching at RC Waters. I started as an Intervention Specialist for 7 years (grades 3-5), then made the switch to 2nd grade.
3. What procedure do you use for discipline, and what do you expect from your second grade
students in terms of behavior.
~Here at RC Waters, we use PBIS. I reward my students for good behavior throughout the day, using Class Dojo. They earn points and they are able to use them to purchase items off of our Dojo prize cart. In terms of behavior expectations, I feel that they are old enough to know the expectations in the classroom and around the school and hold them to it. We have focused a lot on reviewing classroom and school rules as a building that they have daily reminders of what is expected of them. In the elementary, I believe that it's not only our jobs to teach curriculum, but to teach them how to be good person, as well. I focus on kindness and how we accept and treat others. The students have done a great job with this and I've noticed a huge difference in their actions. Many of them go out of their way to give compliments or to help others in and outside of class.
4. Other than teaching, what else have you been involved with at B-C-S Local School District?
~I coached softball for the first 7 years of teaching. I began as a volunteer, became an assistant, then head coach for 2 years. I was a member of the Athletic Boosters. I also enjoy attending events here at B-C-S to watch past students in activities they are involved with as they go through middle and high school.
5. What do you enjoy doing during the summer months with your family?
~I love all the time we spend together in the summer! We have Cedar Point passes and love to go swimming at my parents' house. We get together with friends and their kids for lots of play dates! The park is close to our house, so we like to ride our bikes there to play. Anything to get us outside! My husband and I are big sports fans, so we enjoy going to the Mudhens and Indians games. This summer we'll be going to the Outer Banks with friends and their kids, so we're really looking forward to that!
What's Going On At RC Waters Elementary?
R.C. Waters Participating in One School, One Book Program
This week at RC Waters!
This week we visited a kindergarten class and listened to some budding readers practicing. Great progress- keep growing!
Third grade students learned the butterfly method of comparing fractions.
Third grade students partner reading a chapter book together. This title is a favorite for many third graders each year.
Welcome back Mrs. Seibert!
What's Going On At Oak Harbor Middle School?
Students Win Big at Annual 7th Grade School Bucks Auction
Students at OHMS were required to keep a ledger and monitor their income and spending. They were able to bid on items like gift cards to various local businesses, drinks, blankets, TV's, drones, video games, and much more. OHMS Principal Laramie Spurlock Commented: "This is a great event for our students. They really look forward to it every year. The seventh grade staff puts a tremendous amount of work in to this event each year in order to make it a positive learning experience for the kids. They really do a wonderful job making the seventh grade a year that the students will always remember. This event would not be possible without the very generous donations from our local businesses and parents."
Below are three students who purchased items. Andrew Berlin was able to bid and win a Rockets trash can, Karson Lajti won a drone, and Brandyn Schee was able to win a remote control car. Every student at the event had an opportunity to go home with a prize.
This week at OHMS!
WHATS GOING ON AT OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL?
8th Grade STEM program at Oak Harbor High School received funding from Genoa Bank for the purchase of two new 3D printers
Staci McDaniels, Marketing Manager at Genoa Bank, helped to secure the donation. In the past, Genoa Bank has graciously funded prize money for a semester long project. This year, however, Mr. Zajac thought it best to invest in 3D printers, for which Genoa Bank was fully on board.
“In talking with the 7th grade STEM teacher, 3D printers are making a significant impact in today’s world,” says Zajac. “I opted to modify my semester project, and the natural progression was to incorporate 3D printing.”
Zajac hopes to continue evolving the curriculum to better incorporate the new printers. Benton-Carroll-Salem Schools is excited about Genoa Bank’s continued support of education.
This week at OHHS!
Best of luck to OHHS DECA @ district competitions today!!
Oak Harbor art students displaying their clay skills!
Valerie Mannon from OCIC working with seniors on their career interests on Ohio means job site!
ROCKET SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS!
- Congrats to the Men’s and Women’s swim teams on both winning the Bay Division SBC title!
- Elayna Krupp....SBC Bay Division Swimming/Diving Championship Most Outstanding Female Performer. Great job Elayna! The OHHS Competition Team heads to Columbus today to compete. Good luck ladies!
- V Boys Basketball: Final St Joe 47 Oak Harbor 60 Rockets keep in rolling at the Launch Pad. Next up, a HUGE home game against Vermilion next Friday, Jan 26. The Rockets are one game behind the Sailors for the SBC Bay Division lead. We need all of our OH fans for this one.
- Congrats middle school boys. Another tournament championship at Bellevue today.
- Congrats to the men’s and women’s swimming team as they both earned a win against SBC rival Port Clinton tonight! Lady’s won by a score of 100-82 and the men won with a score of 86-77!
- V Boys Basketball: Final Huron 48 Oak Harbor 58 Jac Alexander leads all scorers with 23 points while Tate Smith pours in 20. Rockets host St Joe on Saturday.
- Jr. Rockets were in action yesterday at the Launch Pad. Some really good moments and some moments the young Rockets will learn from. Thanks to all our coaches! They do such an awesome job!
BENTON-CARROLL-SALEM LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
WEEKLY SPORTS AND SCHOOL CALENDAR
WEEK OF 01/22/2018
Tuesday, January 23
4:30 PM H MS ~ Boys Basketball - Vermilion - Home
4:30 PM A MS ~ Girls Basketball - Vermilion - Away
5:30 PM H HS ~ Girls Basketball - Vermilion - Home
Wednesday, January 24
HS ~ Varsity Wrestling - State Duals -
Thursday, January 25
4:30 PM A MS ~ Boys Basketball - Margaretta - Away
4:30 PM H MS ~ Girls Basketball - Margaretta - Home
4:30 PM A MS ~ Wreslting - Fremont Ross - Away
Friday, January 26
HS ~ NWOAC Diving - Fremont Ross - Away
4:30 PM H HS ~ Boys Basketball - Vermilion - Home
Saturday, January 27
HS ~ NWOAC Swimming - Fremont Ross - Away
10:00 AM A HS ~ JV Wrestling - Galion JV Invite - Away
1:00 PM A HS ~ Girls Basketball - Willard - Away
4:30 PM H HS ~ Boys Basketball - Eastwood - Home
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.