Hopewell-Loudon Schools

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Announcements 10/17/18

***Please use our 24-hour absence line 419-937-2802 when calling in a students absence, leave your name, students name, grade and the reason for the absence. When your student returns to school, a note with the dates of absence, the reason for the absence, and parent signature must be turned into the office.

**If you haven't logged into Final Forms this year, please do so. If there are no updating, the parent, and the student just needs to sign all documents and then you will be done.  

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***Congratulations to our Boys and Girls Varsity Cross Country teams for winning the BVC last Saturday. Jordan Foster for taking home 1st place BVC for the Boys.

Congratulations to our JH Girls Cross Country and our 7th Grade Volleyball team who also won Championships last Saturday. Congratulations to all Athletes and Coaches!

***Congratulations to the HL State Urban Soils Team for placing 24th at State. Top score was Ainslee Riser followed by Denver Staib and Adam Daniel.

Good luck to our Varsity Volleyball Team and Boys and Girls Cross Country as they enter OHSAA Tournament play this week! Good Luck to all Athletes and Coaches this week. ****Go Chieftains***

October 22nd - October 26th -  RED RIBBON WEEK- More info to come!

Student Council is sponsoring a spirit bus next week for the last football game to Cory Rawson. This will be open to any HL student grades 7-12. We hope to fill the bus with 52 spirited students, so it is on a First come First serve basis. The student section theme that night is "Scare them with a Win" by wearing your best Halloween costumes. If you ride the bus, you should plan to dress in a costume (but doesn't have to be a "scary" one. Let's see your Chieftain Spirit.

The cost for each student is $5 to help pay for the bus. You will also need to pay for entry into the football game. The bus will leave H-L at 5:45 pm and return about 10:00 pm. See Mrs. Jury to sign up, pay your $5, and get a permission form.

ALL students are encouraged and allowed to dress up in your costume during that school day to show your spirit on Friday, October 26th!

Student Council is sponsoring a Halloween dress-up day on Wednesday, October 31st during the school day. Students and Staff can pay $1 (or more) to dress up that day and all money collected will be donated to the Siebenaller Family on behalf of our Student Body.

HL Spanish Club will have the first meeting of the year this coming Tuesday, October 23rd. the club will meet at 7:15 am or 3:05 pm in "la clase de Senora Jury" to accommodate students' schedules. If you attend the morning meeting, please enter the gym doors by 7:10. Any student who is currently in a Spanish Class or who has previously been in a Spanish Class is invited to join the club. See SEnora Jury if you want to join but cannot attend either meeting on Tuesday. 

Students in grades 7-12 are invited to the last Fifth Quarter after the football game on Friday, October 19th at the Church of God on Country Rd 48. The evening highlights at Fifth Quarter will be PIZZA, refreshments, fun and you can win some great prizes. Join us after the game until 11:00 pm.  Fifth Quarter is for grades 7-12 ONLY!

The H-L Elementary is having their annual Veteran Family Event on Monday, November 12th. The JH/HS Student Council would like the JH/HS Staff and Students to help out monetary with donations in helping to purchase the needed items for the 2 female and 40 male veterans that they will be buying for this year. Let's challenge each other to show your Chieftain Pride and support our vets.

Meraki Salon and Barber located 205 Jefferson St. in Tiffin are graciously donating their free time all day on November 10th to offer updos for all girls attending our formal dance that day.  Please call the salon at 567-230-4146 to schedule your FREE appointment.

***All students must park in the student parking lot and use the student entrance only.    Do not drive behind the school.

2018 yearbooks have arrived. You may pick your copy up in Mrs. Lucius' room either before or after school. Extra 2018 Yearbooks were sent, if you would like to purchase one please bring in a check for $50 as soon as possible before they run out.

Attention Sophomores every year H-L sends one student to represent our school at the Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Seminar. Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership is one of the oldest and most prominent youth leadership organizations in the world. The seminar is for the student who feels they are a strong leader, has the courage to speak up for the beliefs, has concern for others, and is interested in improving their skills in critical thinking, goal setting and would like to realize the importance of enhancing their leadership skills. Please see Mrs. Hendrix in the guidance office for an application.

Attention Seniors: If you are undecided about what you would like to do in the future you might want to consider the Fostoria Learning Center? They offer several training programs for in-demand careers right in Fostoria. You would have the ability to work and take training the training program at the same time. They welcome tours!          See Mrs. Hendrix for more information.

College Visits at H-L for Juniors and Seniors

October 18th @ 10:30 Youngstown State

Monthly Group Meetings:

National Honor Society - 2nd Friday at 7:15 am

Student Council - 2nd Tuesday at 7:15 am

Spanish Club - 4th Tuesday at 7:15 am

Quiz Bowl - Every Wednesday 7:15-7:45 am

SADD - 1st and 3rd Fridays at 7:15 am

Traveling Ensemble - Tuesday & Thursday at 7:15 am

FFA - 2nd Friday at 6:15 am

REMINDER: Please do not open doors for anyone trying to enter the building...other students, parents, visitors, delivery people etc. Please direct them to enter the office doors. This is a very important part of our security for our building.

Thank you!