September 30, 2019
September 30, 2019
Dear Parents & Guardians:
The safety and security of our students is of the utmost importance. We continuously review our policies and practices to ensure that recent research and data support the strategies we employ. The US Department of Education, International Association of Chiefs of Police, FEMA and the FBI all recommend having active plans that include decision making and options rather than Lockdowns, in the unlikely event of a school intruder.
The Benton-Carroll-Salem School District has adopted ALICE, a nationally recognized program. ALICE is a proactive approach to an active intruder event which empowers individuals to utilize human action. ALICE stands for:
Alert – Get the word out! Use clear, concise language to convey the type and location of the event.
Lockdown- Good starting point. We will continue to lockdown students in a secure area however, we will include barricading the area for additional security.
Inform- Communication keeps the intruder off balance and allows for good decision making.
Counter –Apply skills to distract, confuse and gain control.
Evacuate- As soon as it is safe to do so, evacuate.
To be clear, in NO WAY are we asking our students or staff to make any attempt to subdue an armed intruder outside of their secure area. Our goal is to provide them with options if faced with a serious situation or event. These options include escaping, barricading the door, and/or protecting oneself by any means necessary should an armed intruder enter the school.
Officer Welch, the District School Resource Officer, is a certified ALICE instructor; school district staff have been trained for many years on proper ALICE protocol. Throughout the school year, the school administration conducts several safety drills, one of these drills is ALICE.
While attending any extracurricular activities, it is good practice to know your surroundings and to know where your exits are. ALICE is the District procedure at all Benton-Carroll-Salem School functions.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Dr. Guy Parmigian Superintendent
Officer Loren Welch School Resource Officer
Congratulations to the 2019 Homecoming King and Queen!
Congratulations to Julie Young and Tyler May.
The Oak Harbor High School 2019 Queen and King!
Rocket Alumni Band
The Oak Harbor High School Marching Band will be joined for a halftime performance this fall football season with the BCS Alumni Band. We would like to cordially invite all Oak Harbor Band alumni to participate and become a part of the 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, October 4th, for the Oak Harbor vs. Vermilion football game.
Please visit the band website at www.OakHarborBands.com for more information and to register for this fun-filled event. The registration deadline is WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2ND.
Travis A. Magoto
Instrumental Music Director
Oak Harbor High School
11661 W St Rt 163
B-C-S would remain one of the lowest taxed school districts in the area even with passage of Nov. 5th levy.
B-C-S Fact Sheet #1
Free and Reduced Meal Applications for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year are available
Free and Reduced Meal Applications for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year are available.
To apply for free/reduced-priced benefits, fill out the online application at:
Payschoolscentral.com or call the Food Service Office at 419-898-6216.
Looking to view your students meal account activity?
To add money to, or otherwise access (check balances, etc) your child's school lunch account, you can go to this link below:
To access this in the future, you can go to the B-C-S Website (www.bcssd.com) under the Parents Tab.
Everyone has to register if you have not logged in. If you need help with registering please call us.
B-C-S Food Service Department.
Victoria Coffman: email@example.com
419-898-6216, Ext. 2210
District Calendar for B-C-S Local School District for the 2019-2020 School Year!
The 41st Annual Oak Harbor Apple Festival Schedule!
What's Going On At RC Waters Elementary?
Check out what we did this week!
Mrs. Beard’s class and Mrs. Schlagheck’s class did an activity that related to a story they read. Students worked in groups to make up a game out of common classroom materials.
Mrs. Koren treated these two students to lunch for passing all of their addition facts!
Way to go!
Enjoyed our first Lunch-With-The-Principals with our friend, Andee. She earned enough Dojo points to purchase a coupon. We enjoyed a game together and had great conversation!
What's Going On At Oak Harbor Middle School?
SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR
SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR BEGINS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH - OCTOBER 4TH. STUDENTS WILL HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO LOOK AND PURCHASE BOOKS. THE BOOK FAIR WILL BE OPEN FROM 8 A.M. UNTIL 2:30 P.M. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
Picture Re-Take Day!
LIFETOUCH PICTURE RETAKE DAY WILL BE ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18TH, 2019
Spirit Week Fun!
Dress as your favorite holiday!
Way to Go September Students of the Month!
WHATS GOING ON AT OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL?
OHHS/PENTA FFA: Jason Pumpkin Patch Kiddie Tractor Pull!
Congratulations to the 2019-2020 DECA officer team!
OHHS 2019 Homecoming Court!
The Amazing Shake Program!
The 8th-grade Rockets demonstrated the various “work ready” skills they will be learning this year to prepare for the national “Amazing Shake” competition.
Congrats to Kobe Fletcher for winning Life Touch’s $1000.00 scholarships!
Coming soon....new art work for the auditorium lobby!
Attention Seniors - Note important yearbook dates!
IMPORTANT OHHS DROP OFF & PICK UP INFORMATION!
OHHS Doors Open @ 7:00 a.m. for student drop off. Classes begin @ 8:00 a.m.
Classes end at 2:40 p.m. Building Closes @ 4 p.m.
Student Drivers enter Lot A through drive 1 & 4.
Students Drivers exit HS through drive #4 only!
Parent drivers for student drop off/pick up enter Lot A through drives 1 & 4. Please pull all the way up to alleviate lines on route 163.
Lot B is staff parking and Buses ONLY. No entrance for students and parents between 7:35 – 7:55 and 2:20 – 2:50 p.m.
Drive 2 & 3 NO ENTRANCE. This is bus entrance only during the above hours!
WHATS GOING ON AT PENTA?
Penta/Oak Harbor King and Queen!
Congrats to Kobe Fletcher and Sky Ulrich for being nominated as Penta/Oak Harbor King and Queen!
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!
We welcomed Autumn by foil painting trees with fall colors. We did apple prints with red, yellow, and green paints. We also observed the parts of apples and made cinnamon applesauce from scratch!
We have been talking about our community, the neighborhoods that we live in, our school environment, and the people who share these areas with us. We enjoyed a visit from Ms. Chris from the Oak Harbor Library who read some books about apples. We also enjoyed a visit from Mr. Ryan Smith, our maintenance technician. He told us all about his job and how he takes care of our school building.
ROCKET SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS:
- The Lady Rocket Tennis Team Lost to Bellevue tonight by the score of 3-2. Winners were Christine Arent and Hailey Shiets
- The Lady Rockets Soccer Teams defeated The Huron Tigers by the score of 3-0. Nice Job Ladies
- The Boys Varsity Soccer Team ties The Huron Tigers 1-1 at Huron.
- Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Soccer Team on their 2-1 win over Port Clinton. Nice job Ladies. The Rockets will now play for an SBC Championship Monday here at the Rocket Soccer Complex when they take on the Edison Chargers in the second game of a double header.
- FINAL: OAK HARBOR ROCKETS 6 - Port Clinton Redskins 0
- Thank you to Riverview for sponsoring our team meal. Our players had a great time playing bingo with the residents!
- Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Soccer Team for their 6-0 win over Port Clinton. Great game guys. The Rocket Boys will now play for an SBC Championship on Monday night starting at 5:00 at the Rocket Soccer Complex.
- Final score from Rocket Stadium Oak Harbor 61 Toledo Bowsher 3
BENTON-CARROLL-SALEM LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
WEEKLY SPORTS AND SCHOOL CALENDAR
WEEK OF 09/30/2019
Monday, September 30
4:30 PM H MS ~ Volleyball - Port Clinton
5:00 PM H HS ~ Boys Varsity Soccer - Edison
6:30 PM H HS ~ Girls Varsity Soccer - Edison
Tuesday, October 1
5:00 PM H HS ~ Volleyball - Port Clinton
5:30 PM A HS ~ Girls JV Soccer - Lake
Wednesday, October 2
4:30 PM A MS ~ Volleyball - Huron
5:00 PM A HS ~ Girls Varsity Soccer - Clyde
5:00 PM H MS ~ 7th Football - Van Buren
6:45 PM A HS ~ Boys Varsity Soccer - Clyde
Thursday, October 3
4:30 PM A MS ~ Cross Country - Fremont Invite @ Walsh Park
4:30 PM H MS ~ 8th Football - Vermilion @ Middle School
5:00 PM A HS ~ Volleyball - Huron - Away
Friday, October 4
HS ~ Career Showcase field trip for all Freshmen
8:45 AM HS ~ Sophomore Assembly with Penta reps
7:00 PM H HS ~ Football - Vermilion - Home ~ Alumni Band
Saturday, October 5
9:00 AM A HS ~ Cross Country - Fostoria Invite @ Fostoria HS
9:00 AM A MS ~ Cross Country - Fostoria Invite @ Fostoria HS
10:00 AM A HS ~ Volleyball - Tiffin Columbian
10:00 AM A HS ~ JV Football - Vermilion
12:00 POM A HS ~ Girls Varsity Soccer - Eastwood
B-C-S Alum Highlight Nominations needed!
The Benton-Carroll-Salem School District wishes to highlight the accomplishments of its graduates who reside in our area, the nation, and the world!
The B-C-S Alum Highlight will be featured in the Sampler and in other media throughout our area. We know that Rocket Pride is strong, and so are the accomplishments and contributions of B-C-S alumni.
We look forward to recognizing and honoring the extraordinary individuals who are graduates of Oak Harbor High School.
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.