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Friday, October 22nd:

  • Any student who plans to play a Winter Sport (basketball, bowling, or wrestling) must have a current physical on file with the school in order to participate in workouts, conditioning, practice, and games.
  • Calling all nerds! Academic Team practice will be held in Mr. Farr’s room 103 during HS lunch today. Bring your lunch, bring a friend, and bring your brain power!
  • Senior reminder: College application deadlines are quickly approaching. Please be sure to add colleges to your SCOIR account. Transcripts will not be sent unless the information is in your SCOIR account.
  • FAFSA reminder: FAFSA opened Oct. 1. The sooner you fill it out, the more federal and state funding you’ll be considered for, so don’t wait! 
  • Interested in learning more about Great Oaks Career Campuses? Join Great Oaks representatives at one of the following Coffee Chats:
    • Tuesday, Oct 26 at 9:30 a.m. (virtual, but if you register, you will receive a recording of the event)
    • Wednesday, Oct 27 at 6:30 p.m. (virtual, but if you register, you will receive a recording of the event)

Visit the Counseling website to download the flyer for more details.

  • Attention juniors and seniors–sign up for an upcoming college or military visit in your SCOIR account:
    • Tuesday, Oct. 26: Tuskegee University
    • Thursday, Oct. 28: Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • Interested in learning more about attending a Historically Black College or University? Students from Central State University will be joining us on HBCU Day, October 28th, from 10:00-11:24 in room 217. You will have the opportunity to meet notable HBCU alumni and there will be HBCU panel discussions, trivia, prizes, contests, and TikTok challenges to participate in. Contact Ms. Kenny for more information.

Thursday, October 21st:

  • Any student who plans to play a Winter Sport (basketball, bowling, or wrestling) must have a current physical on file with the school in order to participate in workouts, conditioning, practice, and games.
  • Girls high school basketball will have open gym today from 5:30 to 6:30.
  • Do you think your pet has what it takes to be Mayor of Finneytown? Does the cuteness of your family pet reach a level that needs official recognition? Then sign them up to run for Mayor! The candidate who raises the most funds for their campaign will be declared Mayor Finneytown for a year. All proceeds benefit AfterProm. Flyers with more information are available on the Finneytown AfterProm’s facebook page or you can email finneytownafterpromcommittee@gmail.com. Hope to see you on the campaign trail!
  • Calling all middle school engineers: a new competitive club starts today! 6th-8th graders interested in learning more about engineering and competing in three challenges against students across the state are welcome to come to room 242 during middle school lunch today for an introductory meeting. Stop by room 242 before picking up your lunch to get a lunch pass.
  • High schoolers – have you ever watched BattleBots on TV and wanted to make one of your own?  Join the new First Tech Challenge team at Finneytown to build a robot of your own to take to a statewide competition! Come to room 242 during high school lunch today for an introductory meeting. Stop by room 242 before picking up your lunch to get a lunch pass.
  • Hey Finneytown students! See you from 3:15-4 pm in Room 120 for Choir after school today! 
  • Interested in learning more about Great Oaks Career Campuses? Join Great Oaks representatives at one of the following Coffee Chats:
    • Tuesday, Oct 26 at 9:30 a.m. (virtual, but if you register, you will receive a recording of the event)
    • Wednesday, Oct 27 at 6:30 p.m. (virtual, but if you register, you will receive a recording of the event)

Visit the Counseling website to download the flyer for more details.

  • Attention juniors and seniors–sign up for an upcoming college or military visit in your SCOIR account:
    • 10/26 Tuskegee University
    • 10/28 Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • Interested in learning more about attending a Historically Black College or University? Students from Central State University will be joining us on HBCU Day, October 28th, from 10:00-11:24 in room 217. You will have the opportunity to meet notable HBCU alumni and there will be HBCU panel discussions, trivia, prizes, contests, and TikTok challenges to participate in. Contact Ms. Kenny for more information.

Tuesday, October 19th:

  • Any student who plans to play a Winter Sport (basketball, bowling, or wrestling) must have a current physical on file with the school in order to participate in workouts, conditioning, practice, and games.
  • Do you think your pet has what it takes to be Mayor of Finneytown? Does the cuteness of your family pet reach a level that needs official recognition? Then sign them up to run for Mayor! The candidate who raises the most funds for their campaign will be declared Mayor Finneytown for a year. Flyers with more information are available on the Finneytown AfterProm’s facebook page or you can email finneytownafterpromcommittee@gmail.com. All proceeds benefit AfterProm. Hope to see you on the campaign trail!
  • Calling all middle school engineers: a new competitive club starts this week! 6th-8th graders interested in learning more about engineering and competing in three challenges against students across the state are welcome to come to room 242 during middle school lunch on Thursday for an introductory meeting. Stop by room 242 before picking up your lunch to get a lunch pass.
  • High schoolers – have you ever watched BattleBots on TV and wanted to make one of your own?  Join the new First Tech Challenge team at Finneytown to build a robot of your own to take to a statewide competition! Come to room 242 during high school lunch on Thursday for an introductory meeting. Stop by room 242 before picking up your lunch to get a lunch pass.
  • Hey Finneytown students! See you this Thursday from 3:15-4 pm in Room 120 for Choir after school! 
  • Interested in learning more about Great Oaks Career Campuses? Join Great Oaks representatives at one of the following Coffee Chats:
    • Tuesday, Oct 19 at 4:00 p.m. at the Anderson Branch library
    • Wednesday, Oct 20 at 6:30 p.m. at the Deerfield Township administration building
    • Tuesday, Oct 26 at 9:30 a.m. (virtual, but if you register, you will receive a recording of the event)
    • Wednesday, Oct 27 at 6:30 p.m. (virtual, but if you register, you will receive a recording of the event)

Visit the Counseling website to download the flyer for more details.

  • Attention juniors and seniors–sign up for an upcoming college or military visit in your SCOIR account:
    • 10/26 Tuskegee University
    • 10/28 Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • Interested in learning more about attending a Historically Black College or University? Students from Central State University will be joining us on HBCU Day, October 28th, from 10:00-11:24 in room 217. You will have the opportunity to meet notable HBCU alumni and there will be HBCU panel discussions, trivia, prizes, contests, and TikTok challenges to participate in. Contact Ms. Kenny for more information.
  • Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 20th, is a teacher in-service day. There will be no school for students.

Monday, October 18th:

  • Do you think your pet has what it takes to be Mayor of Finneytown? Does the cuteness of your family pet reach a level that needs official recognition? Then sign them up to run for Mayor! The candidate who raises the most funds for their campaign will be declared Mayor Finneytown for a year. Flyers with more information are available on the Finneytown AfterProm’s facebook page or you can email finneytownafterpromcommittee@gmail.com. All proceeds benefit AfterProm. Hope to see you on the campaign trail!
  • Calling all middle school engineers: a new competitive club starts this week! 6th-8th graders interested in learning more about engineering and competing in three challenges against students across the state are welcome to come to room 242 during middle school lunch on Thursday for an introductory meeting. Stop by room 242 before picking up your lunch to get a lunch pass.
  • High schoolers – have you ever watched BattleBots on TV and wanted to make one of your own?  Join the new First Tech Challenge team at Finneytown to build a robot of your own to take to a statewide competition! Come to room 242 during high school lunch on Thursday for an introductory meeting. Stop by room 242 before picking up your lunch to get a lunch pass.
  • Interested in learning more about Great Oaks Career Campuses? Join Great Oaks representatives at one of the following Coffee Chats:
    • Tuesday, Oct 19 at 4:00 p.m. at the Anderson Branch library
    • Wednesday, Oct 20 at 6:30 p.m. at the Deerfield Township administration building
    • Tuesday, Oct 26 at 9:30 a.m. (virtual, but if you register, you will receive a recording of the event)
    • Wednesday, Oct 27 at 6:30 p.m. (virtual, but if you register, you will receive a recording of the event)

Visit the Counseling website to download the flyer for more details.

  • Attention juniors and seniors–sign up for an upcoming college or military visit in your SCOIR account:
    • 10/26 Tuskegee University
    • 10/28 Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • Interested in learning more about attending a Historically Black College or University? Students from Central State University will be joining us on HBCU Day, October 28th, from 10:00-11:24 in room 217. You will have the opportunity to meet notable HBCU alumni and there will be HBCU panel discussions, trivia, prizes, contests, and TikTok challenges to participate in. Contact Ms. Kenny for more information.

Tuesday, October 12th:

  • Winter sports sign-up sheets are posted outside the Attendance Office for those who are interested. Please see Mr. Warmack for more information.
  • The women’s soccer team has senior night today at 6:30. Come support the team!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Upcoming visits include:
      • 10/12: The Marines & The Ohio State University (Main Campus)
      • 10/14: Miami University (Oxford)
      • 10/15: The National Guard
      • 10/28: Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • GSTA will be meeting during HS lunch today in Mr. Budday’s room, 107. Bring your lunches and enjoy food + conversation. All are welcome! 
  • All students who signed up for the PSAT need to report to the Media Center TOMORROW at 7:45 am.  Please remember to bring your photo ID and a #2 pencil.  If you have any questions, please see Ms. Counts.
  • The library will be closed tomorrow morning while the PSAT is taking place. If you need to see Ms. Lindley for technology reasons, you will have to enter her office (room 111) through the door in the 100 building hallway. 
  • Hey Finneytown! This Thursday, October 14th, we will be meeting for Choir after school in Room 120 from 3:15-4 pm. Can’t wait to see you there!
  • Poetry Club will be meeting on Thursday after school in Mr. Budday’s room, 107. All are welcome!
  • Do you have a green thumb? Are you passionate about the environment? If so, you should join the Gardening Club for a full meeting this Thursday during middle and high school lunch bells. The Garden Club will be meeting at the amphitheater located behind the high school art rooms. All are welcome!
  • On Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 6-7 p.m., there will be Open Gym in the MP for any middle schoolers interested in trying out for basketball. Middle School basketball tryouts will be held on November 1st and 2nd from 6-7:30 p.m. in the MP.
  • Girls basketball–both middle and high school–will be having Open Gym this Saturday and Sunday until the start of the season: 10 am on Saturday and 11 am on Sunday. Reach out with any questions to coach Williams.
  • Interested in learning more about Great Oaks Career Campuses? Join Great Oaks representatives at one of the following Coffee Chats for a discussion about the unique programs available:
    • Tuesday, Oct 19 at 4:00 p.m. at the Anderson Branch library
    • Wednesday, Oct 20 at 6:30 p.m. at the Deerfield Township administration building
    • Tuesday, Oct 26 at 9:30 a.m. (virtual, but if you register, you will receive a recording of the event)
    • Wednesday, Oct 27 at 6:30 p.m. (virtual, but if you register, you will receive a recording of the event)
  • Interested in learning more about attending a Historically Black College or University? Students from Central State University will be joining us on HBCU Day, October 28th, from 10:00-11:24 in room 217. You will have the opportunity to meet notable HBCU alumni and there will be HBCU panel discussions, trivia, prizes, contests, and TikTok challenges to participate in. Contact Ms. Kenny for more information.

Monday, October 11th:

  • The Finneytown Marching Band won Grand Champion at the OMEA Kettering Regional this weekend and qualified for OMEA State Finals! The Marching Wildcats also won Best Overall Music, Best Overall General Effect, Best Overall Visual, and Class B champions! Congratulations, band!
  • Winter sports sign-up sheets are posted outside the Attendance Office for those who are interested. Students must have a valid physical, have completed Final Forms online, and be passing five 1-credit hour classes in order to be eligible to play. Please see Mr. Warmack for more information.
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Upcoming visits include:
      • 10/12: The Marines & The Ohio State University (Main Campus)
      • 10/14: Miami University (Oxford)
      • 10/15: The National Guard
      • 10/28: Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • All students who signed up for the PSAT need to report to the Media Center on Wednesday, Oct 15 at 7:45 am.  Please remember to bring your photo ID and a #2 pencil.  If you have any questions, please see Ms. Counts.
  • Do you have a green thumb? Are you passionate about the environment? If so, you should join the Gardening Club for a full meeting this Thursday during middle and high school lunch bells. The Garden Club will be meeting at the amphitheater located behind the high school art rooms. All are welcome!
  • On Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 6-7 p.m., there will be Open Gym in the MP for any middle schoolers interested in trying out for basketball. Middle School basketball tryouts will be held on November 1st and 2nd from 6-7:30 p.m. in the MP.
  • Interested in learning more about attending a Historically Black College or University? Students from Central State University will be joining us on HBCU Day, October 28th, from 10:00-11:24 in room 217. You will have the opportunity to meet notable HBCU alumni and there will be HBCU panel discussions, trivia, prizes, contests, and TikTok challenges to participate in. Contact Ms. Kenny for more information.

Friday, October 8th:

  • Calling all nerds! Academic Team practice will be held in Mr. Farr’s room 103 during HS lunch today. Bring your lunch, bring a friend, and bring your brain power!
  • Winter sports sign-up sheets are posted outside the Attendance Office for those who are interested. Students must have a valid physical, have completed Final Forms online, and be passing five 1-credit hour classes in order to be eligible to play. Please see Mr. Warmack for more information.
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Upcoming visits include:
      • Tomorrow: University of Cincinnati (Blue Ash) 
      • 10/12: The Marines & The Ohio State University (Main Campus)
      • 10/14: Miami University (Oxford)
      • 10/15: The National Guard
      • 10/28: Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • All students who signed up for the PSAT need to report to the Media Center on Wednesday, Oct 15 at 7:45 am.  Please remember to bring your photo ID and a #2 pencil.  If you have any questions, please see Ms. Counts.
  • On Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 6-7 p.m., there will be Open Gym in the MP for any middle schoolers interested in trying out for basketball. Middle School basketball tryouts will be held on November 1st and 2nd from 6-7:30 p.m. in the MP.
  • Interested in learning more about attending a Historically Black College or University? Students from Central State University will be joining us on HBCU Day, October 28th, from 10:00-11:24 in room 217. You will have the opportunity to meet notable HBCU alumni and there will be HBCU panel discussions, trivia, prizes, contests, and TikTok challenges to participate in. Contact Ms. Kenny for more information.

Thursday, October 7th:

  • Winter sports sign-up sheets are posted outside the Attendance Office for those who are interested. Students must have a valid physical, have completed Final Forms online, and be passing five 1-credit hour classes in order to be eligible to play. Please see Mr. Warmack for more information.
  • GSTA will meet during HS lunch today in Mr. Budday’s room, 107. All are welcome!
  • Poetry Club will not be meeting this week. See you all next Thursday after school!
  • There will be NO Choir after school today. See you all next week!
  • The counseling department will be hosting a FAFSA Night from 5:30-6:30pm in the Media Center tonight. Come with specific questions to get expert help!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Upcoming visits include:
      • 10/7: University of Cincinnati (Blue Ash) & New York University (online visit)
      • 10/8: University of Cincinnati (Main Campus) 
      • 10/12: The Ohio State University (Main Campus)
      • 10/14: Miami University (Oxford)
      • 10/28: Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • Interested in learning more about attending a Historically Black College or University? Students from Central State University will be joining us on HBCU Day, October 28th, from 10:00-11:24 in room 217. You will have the opportunity to meet notable HBCU alumni and there will be HBCU panel discussions, trivia, prizes, contests, and TikTok challenges to participate in. Contact Ms. Kenny for more information.

Wednesday, October 6th:

  • Winter sports sign-up sheets are posted outside the Attendance Office for those who are interested. Students must have a valid physical, have completed Final Forms online, and be passing five 1-credit hour classes in order to be eligible to play. Please see Mr. Warmack for more information.
  • Tabletop Gaming Club will meet after school today in Lab 117. We will have a huge selection of games to choose from. Our first Dungeons and Dragons game of the year will be in two weeks, on October 20th.
  • Dance team tryouts will be held tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. in the gym. Please see Ms. Lowe for more information. 
  • There will be NO Choir tomorrow after school. See you all next week!
  • The counseling department will be hosting a FAFSA Night from 5:30-6:30pm in the Media Center during Thursday’s parent-teacher conferences. Come with specific questions to get expert help!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Upcoming visits include:
      • Tomorrow: University of Cincinnati (Blue Ash) & New York University (online visit)
      • 10/8: University of Cincinnati (Main Campus) 
      • 10/12: The Ohio State University (Main Campus)
      • 10/14: Miami University (Oxford)
      • 10/28: Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • Interested in learning more about attending a Historically Black College or University? Students from Central State University will be joining us on HBCU Day, October 28th, from 10:00-11:24 in room 217. You will have the opportunity to meet notable HBCU alumni and there will be HBCU panel discussions, trivia, prizes, contests, and TikTok challenges to participate in. Contact Ms. Kenny for more information.

Monday, October 4th:

  • Congratulations to Friday’s Tug of War Champions! The High School winner was Mr. Fairman’s group in the Clark House. The Middle School winner was Ms. Thompson’s group in Pringle House. Our next competition will be the Deadly Numbers Game, brought to you by the House of PEM. Good luck to everyone!
  • The NHS application deadline has been extended to today. Please contact Mr. Sanders with any questions.
  • Dance team tryouts will be held tomorrow and Thursday at 7:00 a.m. in the gym. Please see Ms. Lowe for more information. 
  • The counseling department will be hosting a FAFSA Night from 5:30-6:30pm in the Media Center during Thursday’s parent-teacher conferences. Come with specific questions to get expert help!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Upcoming visits include:
      • 10/5: New York University (online visit)
      • 10/7: University of Cincinnati (Blue Ash
      • 10/7: New York University (online visit)
      • 10/12: The Ohio State University (Main Campus)
      • 10/14: Miami University (Oxford)
      • 10/28: Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • Interested in learning more about attending a Historically Black College or University? Students from Central State University will be joining us on HBCU Day, October 28th, from 10:00-11:24 in room 217. You will have the opportunity to meet notable HBCU alumni and there will be HBCU panel discussions, trivia, prizes, contests, and TikTok challenges to participate in. Contact Ms. Kenny for more information.

Friday, October 1st:

  • Calling all nerds! Academic Team practice will be held in Mr. Farr’s room 103 during HS lunch today. Bring your lunch, bring a friend, and bring your brain power!
  • Homecoming dance tickets are $10 and are available on SchoolPay. For this dance ONLY, school fees do not have to be paid to purchase tickets. The Homecoming dance will be on Saturday from 8:00-11:00 p.m. and the theme is “Haunted Homecoming.” Hope to see you there!
  • The NHS application deadline has been moved to Monday, Oct. 4th. Please contact Mr. Sanders with any questions.
  • Dance team tryouts will be held on October 5th and 7th at 7:00 a.m. in the gym. Please see Ms. Lowe for more information. 
  • The counseling department will be hosting a FAFSA Night from 5:30-6:30pm in the Media Center during the October 7th parent-teacher conferences. Come with specific questions to get expert help!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Upcoming visits include:
      • 10/5: New York University (online visit)
      • 10/7: University of Cincinnati (Blue Ash
      • 10/7: New York University (online visit)
      • 10/12: The Ohio State University (Main Campus)
      • 10/14: Miami University (Oxford)
      • 10/28: Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • Interested in learning more about attending a Historically Black College or University? Students from Central State University will be joining us on HBCU Day, October 28th, from 10:00-11:24 in room 217. You will have the opportunity to meet notable HBCU alumni and there will be HBCU panel discussions, trivia, prizes, contests, and TikTok challenges to participate in. Contact Ms. Kenny for more information.

Thursday, September 30th:

  • Hey Wildcats–XPeriod Choir is meeting today after school from 3:15-4:00 pm in room 120. Come sing!
  • Poetry Club will meet today from 3-4 in room 107. All are welcome!
  • Attention Powderpuff participants: Powderpuff practice will be held today from 5:30-6:30 at the football field.
  • Do you want to help the Senior class? Do you want to get out of your 6th bell class? If your answer is yes to either of these questions, please donate one dollar to the senior class in order to attend the Senior-Junior Powderpuff football game during 6th bell tomorrow. Tomorrow is the last day to give a dollar to your mentor teacher in order to receive a ticket which you will present to your 6th bell teacher in order to miss class. You will then use your ticket to gain entrance into the stadium for the game and tug of war finals. See Mr. Crawley in Room 102 if you have any questions.  
  • Calling all nerds! Academic Team practice will be held in Mr. Farr’s room 103 during HS lunch tomorrow. Bring your lunch, bring a friend, and bring your brain power!
  • Homecoming dance tickets are $10 and are available on SchoolPay. For this dance ONLY, school fees do not have to be paid to purchase tickets. The Homecoming dance will be on Saturday from 8:00-11:00 p.m. and the theme is “Haunted Homecoming.” Hope to see you there!
  • The NHS application deadline has been moved to Monday, Oct. 4th. Please contact Mr. Sanders with any questions.
  • Dance team tryouts will be held on October 5th and 7th at 7:00 a.m. in the gym. Please see Ms. Lowe for more information. 
  • The counseling department will be hosting a FAFSA Night from 5:30-6:30pm in the Media Center during the October 7th parent-teacher conferences. Come with specific questions to get expert help!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Upcoming visits include:
      • Today: Wright State University
      • 10/5: New York University (online visit)
      • 10/7: University of Cincinnati (Blue Ash
      • 10/7: New York University (online visit)
      • 10/12: The Ohio State University (Main Campus)
      • 10/14: Miami University (Oxford)
      • 10/28: Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • Is making music an interest of yours? If so, you should check out the Music Resource Center at 3032 Woodburn Avenue in East Walnut Hills. The MRC helps teens in gr. 7-12 develop techniques for making music. For just $2/month, you can play instruments, create shows on the 95.7 MRC radio station, work on beat making, audio production, and song writing skills, and have access to a state-of-the-art recording studio. There is also a free live music series from now until the end of October. The MRC is open weekdays from 2-6 p.m. Contact your school counselor for more information.

Wednesday, September 29th:

  • Hey Wildcats–XPeriod Choir is meeting tomorrow after school from 3:15-4:00 pm in room 120. Come sing!
  • Do you want to help the Senior class? Do you want to get out of your 6th bell class? If your answer is yes to either of these questions, please donate one dollar to the senior class in order to attend the Senior-Junior Powderpuff football game during 6th bell this Friday. Give your dollar to your mentor teacher this week in order to receive a ticket which you will then present to your 6th bell teacher on Friday in order to miss class and then use it to gain entrance into the stadium for the game and tug of war finals. See Mr. Crawley in Room 102 if you have any questions.  
  • Homecoming dance tickets are $10 and are available on SchoolPay. For this dance ONLY, school fees do not have to be paid to purchase tickets. The Homecoming dance will be on Saturday from 8:00-11:00 p.m. and the theme is “Haunted Homecoming.” Hope to see you there!
  • Dance team tryouts will be held on October 5th and 7th at 7:00 a.m. in the gym. Please see Ms. Lowe for more information. 
  • The counseling department will be hosting a FAFSA Night from 5:30-6:30pm in the Media Center during the October 7th parent-teacher conferences. Come with specific questions to get expert help!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Upcoming visits include:
      • 9/30: Wright State University
      • 10/5: New York University (online visit)
      • 10/7: University of Cincinnati (Blue Ash
      • 10/7: New York University (online visit)
      • 10/12: The Ohio State University (Main Campus)
      • 10/14: Miami University (Oxford)
      • 10/28: Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • Is making music an interest of yours? If so, you should check out the Music Resource Center at 3032 Woodburn Avenue in East Walnut Hills. The MRC helps teens in gr. 7-12 develop techniques for making music. For just $2/month, you can play instruments, create shows on the 95.7 MRC radio station, work on beat making, audio production, and song writing skills, and have access to a state-of-the-art recording studio. There is also a free live music series from now until the end of October. The MRC is open weekdays from 2-6 p.m. Contact your school counselor for more information.
  • Today is Jostens Order Day. Graduation and/or class ring orders can be placed with a Jostens rep in the PAC lobby at the following times:
    • Before school — 7:30 to 8:15am
    • During HS lunch — 12:26 to 12:56pm
    • After school — 3:00 to 6:00pm

Tuesday, September 28th:

  • GSTA will meet during lunch today in room 107. Bring your food with you. All are welcome!
  • Anime Club will meet today after school in Mrs. Shafor’s room, 341. All are welcome!
  • Come and support the men’s soccer team tonight as they face off against Indian Hill! JV kicks off at 5:00, and Varsity kicks off at 7:00! Tickets are available online at the online box office at Finneytown.org.
  • Hey Wildcats–XPeriod Choir is meeting this Thursday after school from 3:15-4:00 pm in room 120. Come sing!
  • Do you want to help the Senior class? Do you want to get out of your 6th bell class? If your answer is yes to either of these questions, please donate one dollar to the senior class in order to attend the Senior-Junior Powderpuff football game during 6th bell this Friday. Give your dollar to your mentor teacher this week in order to receive a ticket which you will then present to your 6th bell teacher on Friday in order to miss class and then use it to gain entrance into the stadium for the game and tug of war finals. See Mr. Crawley in Room 102 if you have any questions.  
  • Homecoming dance tickets are $10 and are available on SchoolPay. For this dance ONLY, school fees do not have to be paid to purchase tickets. The Homecoming dance will be on Saturday from 8:00-11:00 p.m. and the theme is “Haunted Homecoming.” Hope to see you there!
  • Dance team tryouts will be held on October 5th and 7th at 7:00 a.m. in the gym. Please see Ms. Lowe for more information. 
  • The counseling department will be hosting a FAFSA Night from 5:30-6:30pm in the Media Center during the October 7th parent-teacher conferences. Come with specific questions to get expert help!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Upcoming visits include:
      • 9/30: Wright State University
      • 10/5: New York University (online visit)
      • 10/7: University of Cincinnati (Blue Ash
      • 10/7: New York University (online visit)
      • 10/12: The Ohio State University (Main Campus)
      • 10/14: Miami University (Oxford)
      • 10/28: Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • Is making music an interest of yours? If so, you should check out the Music Resource Center at 3032 Woodburn Avenue in East Walnut Hills. The MRC helps teens in gr. 7-12 develop techniques for making music. For just $2/month, you can play instruments, create shows on the 95.7 MRC radio station, work on beat making, audio production, and song writing skills, and have access to a state-of-the-art recording studio. There is also a free live music series from now until the end of October. The MRC is open weekdays from 2-6 p.m. Contact your school counselor for more information.

Monday, September 27th:

  • GSTA will meet tomorrow during lunch in room 107. Bring your food with you. All are welcome!
  • Anime Club will be meeting tomorrow after school in Mrs. Shafor’s room, 341. All are welcome!
  • Do you want to help the Senior class? Do you want to get out of your 6th bell class? If your answer is yes to either of these questions, please donate one dollar to the senior class in order to attend the Senior-Junior Powderpuff football game during 6th bell this Friday. Give your dollar to your mentor teacher this week in order to receive a ticket which you will then present to your 6th bell teacher on Friday in order to miss class and then use it to gain entrance into the stadium for the game and tug of war finals. See Mr. Crawley in Room 102 if you have any questions.   
  • Homecoming dance tickets are only $10 and are available on SchoolPay for students in grades 9-12. For this dance ONLY, school fees do not have to be paid to purchase tickets. The Homecoming dance will be on Saturday, October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m., and the theme is “Haunted Homecoming.” Hope to see you there!
  • Dance team tryouts will be held on Tuesday, October 5th and Thursday, October 7th at 7:00 a.m. in the gym. Please see Ms. Lowe for more information. 
  • The counseling department will be hosting a FAFSA Night from 5:30-6:30pm in the Media Center during the October 7th parent-teacher conferences. There will be a representative from the University of Cincinnati to share information and answer questions. The FAFSA application opens Oct. 1st and there have been changes to this year’s application. Come with your specific questions to get expert help!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Upcoming visits include:
      • 9/27: Northern Kentucky University
      • 9/30: Wright State University
      • 10/5: New York University (online visit)
      • 10/7: University of Cincinnati (Blue Ash)
      • 10/7: New York University (online visit)
      • 10/12: The Ohio State University (Main Campus)
      • 10/14: Miami University (Oxford)
      • 10/28: Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • There are now two touchless water bottle filling stations in our school. One is near room 214 in the 200 building and one is in the 300 building across from the nurse’s office. Please bring refillable water bottles so that you can stay hydrated throughout the day.

Friday, September 24th:

  • Calling all nerds! Academic Team practice will be held in Mr. Farr’s room 103 during HS lunch today. Bring your lunch, bring a friend, and bring your brain power!  
  • Looking for something to do tonight? The Theatre Department is proud to perform Once On This Island Jr at 6:00 and 8:30 in the Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $5 each. Come and see this show that was originally scheduled for March of 2020!
  • GSTA will meet on Tuesday, Sept 28, during lunch in room 107. Bring your food with you. All are welcome!
  • Anime Club will be meeting Tuesday September 28th after school in Mrs. Shafor’s room, 341. All are welcome!
  • Any 11th or 12th grader who is interested in participating in the Junior/Senior Powderpuff game needs to sign up in Mr. Crawley’s room, 102. The cost to sign up is $5 in order to pay for the game shirt. The game will take place on Friday, October 1. 
  • Homecoming dance tickets are only $10 and are available on SchoolPay. The Homecoming dance will be on October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m. and the theme is “Haunted Homecoming.” Hope to see you there!
  • Dance team tryouts will be held on October 5th and 7th at 7:00 a.m. in the gym. Please see Ms. Lowe for more information. 
  • The counseling department will be hosting a FAFSA Night from 5:30-6:30pm in the Media Center during the October 7th parent-teacher conferences. There will be a representative from the University of Cincinnati to share information and answer questions. The FAFSA application opens Oct. 1st and there have been changes to this year’s application. Come with your specific questions to get expert help!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Upcoming visits include:
      • Monday, Sept 27: Northern Kentucky University
      • Thursday, Sept 30: Wright State University
      • Tuesday, Oct 5: New York University (online visit)
      • Thursday, Oct 7: University of Cincinnati (Blue Ash)
      • Thursday, Oct 7: New York University (online visit)
  • There are now two touchless water bottle filling stations in our school. One is near room 214 in the 200 building and one is in the 300 building across from the nurse’s office. Please bring refillable water bottles so that you can stay hydrated throughout the day.
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Thursday, September 23rd:

  • The Garden Club will have its first full meeting today during high school and middle school lunch. The club will meet at the amphitheater, which is behind the high school art rooms. If it’s raining, they will meet in the Senior Lounge of the MP. All are welcome to attend!
  • Poetry Club will be meeting today from 3-4:00 in room 107. All are welcome!
  • XPeriod Choir is meeting today after school from 3:15-4:00 pm.  Come sing!
  • Looking for something to do this Friday? The Theatre Department is proud to perform Once On This Island Jr at 6:00 and 8:30 in the Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $5 each. Come and see this show that was originally scheduled for March of 2020!
  • GSTA will meet on Tuesday, Sept 28, during lunch in room 107. Bring your food with you. All are welcome!
  • Any 11th or 12th grader who is interested in participating in the Junior/Senior Powderpuff game needs to sign up in Mr. Crawley’s room, 102. The cost to sign up is $5 in order to pay for the game shirt. The game will take place on Friday, October 1. 
  • Homecoming dance tickets are only $10 and are available on SchoolPay. The Homecoming dance will be on October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m. and the theme is “Haunted Homecoming.” Hope to see you there!
  • Dance team tryouts will be held on October 5th and 7th at 7:00 a.m. in the gym. Please see Ms. Lowe for more information. 
  • The counseling department will be hosting a FAFSA Night from 5:30-6:30pm in the Media Center during the October 7th parent-teacher conferences. There will be a representative from the University of Cincinnati to share information and answer questions. The FAFSA application opens Oct. 1st and there have been changes to this year’s application. Come with your specific questions to get expert help!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Today’s visit is with an Army Recruiter
  • There are now two touchless water bottle filling stations in our school. One is near room 214 in the 200 building and one is in the 300 building across from the nurse’s office. Please bring refillable water bottles so that you can stay hydrated throughout the day.

Wednesday, September 22nd:

  • The Garden Club will have its first full meeting tomorrow during high school and middle school lunch. The club will meet at the amphitheater, which is behind the high school art rooms. All are welcome to attend!
  • Poetry Club will be meeting tomorrow from 3-4:00 in room 107. All are welcome!
  • XPeriod Choir is meeting tomorrow after school from 3:15-4:00 pm. Come sing!
  • GSTA will meet on Tuesday, Sept 28, during lunch in room 107. Bring your food with you. All are welcome!
  • Any 11th or 12th grader who is interested in participating in the Junior/Senior Powderpuff game needs to sign up in Mr. Crawley’s room, 102. The cost to sign up is $5 in order to pay for the game shirt. The game will take place on Friday, October 1. 
  • Homecoming dance tickets are only $10 and are available NOW on SchoolPay for students in grades 9-12. The Homecoming dance will be on Saturday, October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m., and the theme is “Haunted Homecoming.” Hope to see you there!
  • Dance team tryouts will be held on October 5th and 7th at 7:00 a.m. in the gym. Please see Ms. Lowe for more information. 
  • The counseling department will be hosting a FAFSA Night from 5:30-6:30pm in the Media Center during the October 7th parent-teacher conferences. There will be a representative from the University of Cincinnati to share information and answer questions. The FAFSA application opens Oct. 1st and there have been changes to this year’s application. Come with your specific questions to get expert help!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • This week’s visits include:
      • Tomorrow: Army Recruiter
  • There are now two touchless water bottle filling stations in our school. One is near room 214 in the 200 building, and one is in the 300 building across from the nurse’s office. Please bring refillable water bottles so that you can stay hydrated throughout the day.

Tuesday, September 21st:

  • The library is closed for every bell today. It is open for HS lunch, but students must get a pass from Ms. Walker in advance.
  • Any high school girls interested in playing softball need to attend a short informational meeting today during lunch in the lunchroom.
  • The Garden Club will have its first full meeting this Thursday during high school and middle school lunch. The club will meet at the amphitheater, which is behind the high school art rooms. All are welcome to attend!
  • Poetry Club will be meeting on Thursday from 3-4:00 in room 107. All are welcome!
  • XPeriod Choir is meeting this Thursday Sept 23rd afterschool from 3:15-4:00 pm.  Come sing!
  • Homecoming dance tickets are only $10 and are available NOW on SchoolPay. The Homecoming dance will be on October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m. and the theme is “Haunted Homecoming.” Hope to see you there!
  • Dance team tryouts will be held on October 5th and 7th at 7:00 a.m. in the gym. Please see Ms. Lowe for more information. 
  • The counseling department will be hosting a FAFSA Night from 5:30-6:30pm in the Media Center during the October 7th parent-teacher conferences. There will be a representative from the University of Cincinnati to share information and answer questions. The FAFSA application opens Oct. 1st and there have been changes to this year’s application. Come with your specific questions to get expert help!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Upcoming visits include:
      • Tuesday: Mount Saint Joseph University
      • Thursday: Army Recruiter
      • Monday, Sept 27: Northern Kentucky University
      • Thursday, Sept 30: Wright State University
      • Tuesday, Oct 5: New York University (online visit)
      • Thursday, Oct 7: University of Cincinnati (Blue Ash)
      • Thursday, Oct 7: New York University (online visit)
  • There are now two touchless water bottle filling stations in our school. One is near room 214 in the 200 building and one is in the 300 building across from the nurse’s office. Please bring refillable water bottles so that you can stay hydrated throughout the day.

Monday, September 20th:

  • Congratulations to the Finneytown Marching Band for their accomplishments this weekend: Best Color Guard in Class 4A, Best Visual in Class 4A, Best General Effect in Class 4A, and 1st place in Class 4A! The band also earned the Reserve Grand Champion Trophy, meaning they got 2nd place overall out of the 17 bands in attendance. Way to go Marching Wildcats!
  • Any high school girls interested in playing softball need to attend a short informational meeting on Tuesday, September 21 during lunch in the lunchroom.
  • Poetry Club will be meeting on Thursday from 3-4:00 in room 107. All are welcome!
  • The Garden Club will have its first full meeting this Thursday, September 23 during high school and middle school lunch. The club will meet at the amphitheater, which is behind the high school art rooms. All are welcome to attend!
  • Homecoming dance tickets are only $10 and are available NOW on SchoolPay. The Homecoming dance will be on October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m. and the theme is “Haunted Halloween.” Hope to see you there!
  • Dance team tryouts will be held on October 5th and 7th at 7:00 a.m. in the gym. Please see Ms. Lowe for more information. 
  • The counseling department will be hosting a FAFSA Night from 5:30-6:30pm in the Media Center during the October 7th parent-teacher conferences. There will be a representative from the University of Cincinnati to share information and answer questions. The FAFSA application opens Oct. 1st and there have been changes to this year’s application. Come with your specific questions to get expert help!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: we will be having several college & military representatives visiting our campus in the coming weeks. Students can sign up in their SCOIR account. 
    • Upcoming visits include:
      • Tuesday: Mount Saint Joseph University
      • Thursday: Army Recruiter
      • Monday, Sept 27: Northern Kentucky University
      • Thursday, Sept 30: Wright State University
      • Tuesday, Oct 5: New York University (online visit)
      • Thursday, Oct 7: University of Cincinnati (Blue Ash)
      • Thursday, Oct 7: New York University (online visit)
  • There are now two touchless water bottle filling stations in our school. One is near room 214 in the 200 building and one is in the 300 building across from the nurse’s office. Please bring refillable water bottles so that you can stay hydrated throughout the day.

Friday, September 17th:

  • Homecoming dance tickets are only $10 and are available NOW on SchoolPay. The Homecoming dance will be on October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m. Hope to see you there!
  • There are now two touchless water bottle filling stations in our school. One is near room 214 in the 200 building, and one is in the 300 building across from the nurse’s office. Please bring refillable water bottles so that you can stay hydrated throughout the day.
  • Attention high school girls interested in playing softball: there will be a short informational meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 21st during lunch in the lunchroom.
  • Dance team tryouts will be held on October 5th and 7th at 7:00 a.m. in the gym. Please see Ms. Lowe for more information.

Thursday, September 16th:

  • Tomorrow is the last day of Spirit Week, and it ends with Finneytown Spirit Day. Wear your Finneytown colors!
  • Today you will vote for your Homecoming Court Royalty.  This couple will represent your class for the 2021 Homecoming.  
  • X-Period Choir will be meeting today after school from 3-4 pm. If you haven’t joined yet, it’s not too late, so stop by Room 120 today to sing!
  • Homecoming dance tickets are only $10 and are available NOW on SchoolPay. The Homecoming dance will be on October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m. Hope to see you there!
  • There are now two touchless water bottle filling stations in our school. One is near room 214 in the 200 building, and one is in the 300 building across from the nurse’s office. Please bring refillable water bottles so that you can stay hydrated throughout the day.
  • Dance team tryouts will be held on October 5th and 7th at 7:00 a.m. in the gym. Please see Ms. Lowe for more information.

Wednesday, September 15th:

  • This week is Spirit Week. Join in the fun each day leading up to the Homecoming game.
    • Tomorrow is Luau Day
    • Friday is Finneytown Spirit Day
  • Attention seniors: There will be a class meeting with Jostens TODAY at 9am in the PAC. Please listen for the announcement over the PA system.
  • Attention sophomores and juniors: There will be a class ring meeting with Jostens TODAY at 9:45am in the PAC. Please listen for the announcement over the PA system.
  • There will be an Academic Team meeting in Room 103 today during HS lunch.  If you are interested in trivia, please plan to attend.
  • Calling all adventurers! The first meeting of the Tabletop Gaming Club will be today in room 107 after school. We will play classic and modern board games as well as role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons. All grades are welcome!
  • X-Period Choir will be meeting again tomorrow after school from 3-4 pm. If you haven’t joined yet, it’s not too late, so stop by Room 120 tomorrow to sing!
  • Homecoming dance tickets are only $10 and are available NOW on SchoolPay for students in grades 9-12. The Homecoming dance will be on October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m. Hope to see you there!

Tuesday, September 14th:

  • This week is Spirit Week. Join in the fun each day leading up to the Homecoming game.
    • Tomorrow is Celebrity Day
    • Thursday is Luau Day
    • Friday is Finneytown Spirit Day
  • Calling all Weebs! Anime Club will still be meeting after school today from 3-4 pm in Ms. Shafor’s Room, room 341. If you cannot make it please email Ms. Shafor at cshafor@finneytown.org
  • Calling all adventurers! The first meeting of the Tabletop Gaming Club will be tomorrow in room 107 after school. We play classic and modern board games as well as role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons. All grades are welcome!
  • There will be an Academic Team meeting in Room 103 tomorrow during HS lunch.  If you are interested in trivia, please plan to attend.
  • X-Period Choir will be meeting again this Thursday after school from 3-4 pm. If you haven’t joined yet, it’s not too late, so stop by Room 120 on Thursday to sing!
  • Homecoming tickets are only $10 and are available NOW on SchoolPay to students in grades 9-12. The Homecoming dance will be on Saturday, October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m. Hope to see you there!
  • Attention seniors: There will be a class meeting with Jostens tomorrow at 9am in the PAC. Please listen for the the announcement.
  • Attention sophomores and juniors: There will be a class ring meeting with Jostens tomorrow at 9:45am in the PAC. Please listen for the announcement.

Monday, September 13th:

  • After 672 days, the Finneytown Marching Band returned to competition this past weekend.  They competed at the Kings Invitational against some very stiff competition, including 2 Bands of America Semifinalist bands.  The band earned 2nd place in their class as well as Best Color Guard in their class!  Overall, the band finished 5th place out of the 15 total bands at the invitational, and the Color Guard placed 2nd overall!  Congratulations, Finneytown Band!
  • This week is Spirit Week. Join in the fun each day leading up to the Homecoming game.
    • Tomorrow is Mismatch Day
    • Wednesday is Celebrity Day
    • Thursday is Luau Day
    • Friday is Finneytown Spirit Day
  • Calling all Weebs! Anime Club will be starting tomorrow right after school. We will be meeting in Mrs. Shafor’s room, room 341. This club is for anyone who enjoys watching anime, reading mangas, or just loves Japanese culture. Hope to see you there! 
  • Calling all adventurers! The first meeting of the Tabletop Gaming Club will be on Wednesday in room 107. We play classic and modern board games as well as role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons. All grades are welcome!
  • There will be an Academic Team meeting in Room 103 on Wednesday at lunch.  If you are interested in trivia, please plan to attend.
  • X-Period Choir will be meeting again this Thursday after school from 3-4 pm. If you haven’t joined yet, it’s not too late, so stop by Room 120 on Thursday to sing!
  • Homecoming tickets are only $10 and are available NOW on SchoolPay. The Homecoming dance will be on October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m. Hope to see you there!
  • Congratulations to this year’s Homecoming Court:
    • Freshmen:
      • Ava Hutchins-Penkala
      • Josephine Thomas
      • Akira Trimm
      • Jaiden Cross
      • Alexander Dykes
      • Damian Murillo
    • Sophomores:
      • Paige Ficke
      • Christina Nix
      • Josie Pickens
      • Chris Coleman-Hill
      • Hasaan Peeples
      • Brennan Volz
    • Juniors
      • Angelina Bush
      • Gabriela Roque
      • Allyson Sanders
      • Joshua Crutcher
      • Edgar Reyes-Rivera
      • Finnian Traubert
    • Seniors
      • Cydni Brooks
      • Keanna Mejia
      • Deja Mobley
      • Noemi Yisra’El
      • Javiahn Coates
      • Hasani Finley
      • Shae Mefford
      • Anthony Youngblood

Please see Mrs. Howard by the end of the day to get your Homecoming Sashes.

Friday, September 10th:

  • Calling all Wildcats! Join us for the House spirit football game TONIGHT against Taylor. Wear your House shirts or colors, tailgate with teachers before the game, and sit with your House as you cheer on participating students. 
  • Homecoming ballots have been distributed, and students will be voting during their English classes TODAY. Any CCP students or students from the Oaks need to see Mrs. Haskin in the attendance office before the end of the day today for their votes to count.
  • Next week is Spirit Week. Join in the fun each day leading up to the Homecoming game.
    • Monday, Sept 13: Pajama Day
    • Tuesday, Sept 14: Mismatch Day
    • Wednesday, Sept 15: Celebrity Day
    • Thursday, Sept 16: Luau Thursday
    • Friday, Sept 17: Finneytown Spirit Friday
  • Calling all Weebs! Anime Club will be starting Tuesday, September 14th right after school. We will be meeting in Mrs. Shafor’s room, room 341. This club is for anyone who enjoys watching anime, reading mangas, or just loves Japanese Culture. Hope to see you there! 
  • Calling all adventurers! The first meeting of the Tabletop Gaming Club will be Wednesday, September 15th in room 107. We play classic and modern board games as well as role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons. All grades are welcome!
  • Homecoming tickets are only $10 and are available NOW on SchoolPay to students in grades 9-12. The Homecoming dance will be on October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m. Hope to see you there!
  • Attention all students: Please only use the locker that has been assigned to you! If you need a locker, please let your mentor teacher know. See Mrs. Haskin in the attendance office if you have any questions.

Thursday, September 9th:

  • Attention all students: Please use only the locker that has been assigned to you! See Mrs. Haskin in the attendance office if you have any questions.
  • Students are reminded that there is free breakfast and lunch available every day.
  • Student drivers: Parking on campus is by permit only and can be paid on SchoolPay. Parking permits are $55 per year with an additional fee of $10 to paint. All designs must be approved by Ms. Miller. Please see Mrs. Turner in the main office for more information.
  • Choir will be meeting after school this year, and it is open to any student in grades 6-12. Our first meeting will be today from 3:15-4:00 pm in the Secondary Campus Orchestra Room (120). If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Kennedy. 
  • Calling all wildcats! Join us for the House spirit football game this Friday against Taylor. Wear your House shirts or colors, tailgate with teachers before the game, and sit with your House as you cheer on participating students. 
  • Homecoming tickets are only $10 and are available NOW on SchoolPay to students in grades 9-12. The Homecoming dance will be on October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m. Hope to see you there!
  • Next week is Spirit Week. Join in the fun each day leading up to the Homecoming game.
    • Monday, Sept 13: Pajama Day
    • Tuesday, Sept 14: Mismatch Day
    • Wednesday, Sept 15: Celebrity Day
    • Thursday, Sept 16: Luau Thursday
    • Friday, Sept 17: Finneytown Spirit Friday
  • Calling all adventurers! The first meeting of the Tabletop Gaming Club will be on Wednesday, September 15th in room 107 after school. We play classic and modern board games as well as role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons. All grades are welcome!

Wednesday, September 8th:

  • Students are reminded that there is free breakfast available every day. Stop by the cafeteria on your way to mentor group every morning to fuel up!
  • Students wanting to go to the library during lunch must ask Ms. Walker for a lunch pass before lunch begins. Please see Ms. Walker for more information.
  • Student drivers: Parking on campus is by permit only. All student spaces are in the upper lot. Parking permits are $55 per year with an additional fee of $10 to paint. This fee can be paid on SchoolPay for any student or parent that wishes to use a credit or debit card. All designs must be approved by Ms. Miller. Please see Mrs. Turner in the main office for more information.
  • Choir will be meeting after school this year, and it is open to any student in grades 6-12. Our first meeting will be tomorrow from 3:15-4:00 pm in the Secondary Campus Orchestra Room (120). If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Kennedy. 
  • Calling all wildcats! Join us for the House spirit football game this Friday, September 10th against Taylor. Wear your House spirit wear or colors, tailgate with teachers before the game, and sit with your House as you cheer on participating students. See you Friday! 
  • Homecoming tickets are only $10 and are available NOW on SchoolPay for students in grades 9-12. School fees must be paid, or there must be a payment plan in place. The Homecoming dance will be on Saturday, October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m. Hope to see you there!
  • Calling all adventurers! The first meeting of the Tabletop Gaming Club will be Wednesday, September 15th in room 107. We play everything from classic to modern board games, to roleplaying games like Dungeons and Dragons. All grades are welcome!

Tuesday, September 7th:

  • Congratulations to the following teams for their wins this weekend!

Football 43-6 over St. Bernard

Boys Soccer 5-1 over Purcell

Girls Soccer 1-0 over Purcell

  • Students are reminded that there is free breakfast available every day. Stop by the cafeteria on your way to mentor group every morning to fuel up!
  • Students wanting to go to the library during lunch must ask Ms. Walker for a lunch pass before lunch begins. Please see Ms. Walker for more information.
  • Student drivers: Parking on campus is by permit only. All student spaces are in the upper lot. Parking permits are $55 per year with an additional fee of $10 to paint. This fee can be paid on SchoolPay for any student or parent that wishes to use a credit or debit card. All designs must be approved by Ms. Miller. Please see Mrs. Turner in the main office if you did not receive the application that was emailed to you in August.
  • Choir will be meeting after school this year, and it is open to any student in grades 6-12. Our first meeting will be this Thursday, September 9th, from 3:15-4:00 pm in the Secondary Campus Orchestra Room (120). If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Kennedy in Room 120. 
  • Calling all Wildcats! Join us for the House spirit football game this Friday, September 10th against Taylor. Wear your House spirit wear or colors, tailgate with teachers before the game, and sit with your House as you cheer on participating students. See you Friday! 
  • Homecoming tickets are only $10 and are available NOW on SchoolPay to students in grades 9-12. School fees must be paid, or there must be a payment plan in place. The Homecoming dance will be on October 2nd from 8:00-11:00 p.m. Hope to see you there!

Friday, September 3rd:

  • Students are reminded that there is free breakfast available every day. Stop by the cafeteria on your way to mentor group every morning to fuel up!
  • Students wanting to go to the library during lunch must ask Ms. Walker for a lunch pass before lunch begins. Please see Ms. Walker for more information.
  • Student drivers: Parking on campus is by permit only. All student spaces are in the upper lot. Parking permits are $55 per year with an additional fee of $10 to paint. This fee can be paid on SchoolPay for any student or parent that wishes to use a credit or debit card. All designs must be approved by Ms. Miller. Please see Mrs. Turner in the main office if you did not receive the application that was emailed to you in August.
  • Choir will be meeting after school this year, and it is open to any student in grades 6-12. Our first meeting will be next Thursday, September 9th, from 3:15-4:00 pm in the Secondary Campus Orchestra Room (120). If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Kennedy in Room 120. 
  • Don’t forget: Monday is a holiday! Have a fantastic Friday, Wildcats! 

Thursday, September 2nd:

  • Students wanting to go to the library during lunch must ask Ms. Walker for a lunch pass before lunch begins. Please see Ms. Walker for more information.
  • Choir will be meeting after school this year, and it is open to any student in grades 6-12. Our first meeting will be on Thursday, September 9th from 3:15-4:00 pm in the Secondary Campus Orchestra Room (120). If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Kennedy in Room 120.
  • Student drivers: Parking on campus is by permit only. All student spaces are in the upper lot.  Parking permits are $55 per year with an additional fee of $10 to paint. This fee can be paid on SchoolPay for any student/parent that wishes to use a credit/debit card. All designs must be approved by Ms. Miller . Please see Mrs. Turner in the main office if you did not receive the application that was emailed to you last month.

Tuesday, August 31st:

  • Attention NHS members: the first NHS meeting will be held on Wednesday in Mr. Sanders’ room, 203, during lunch.
  • Anyone interested in playing baseball this spring should attend an informational meeting on Wednesday immediately after school in Mr. Backer’s room, 106.
  • Choir will be meeting after school this year, and it is open to any student in grades 6-12. Our first meeting will be on Thursday, September 9th from 3:15-4:00 pm in the Secondary Campus Orchestra Room (120). If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Kennedy in Room 120.
  • Student drivers: Parking on campus is by permit only. All student spaces are in the upper lot.  Parking permits are $55 per year with an additional fee of $10 to paint. This fee can be paid on SchoolPay for any student/parent that wishes to use a credit/debit card. All designs must be approved by Ms. Miller . Please see Mrs. Turner in the main office if you did not receive the application that was emailed to you earlier this month.

Monday, August 30th:

  • Attention NHS members: the first NHS meeting will be held on Wednesday in Mr. Sanders’ room, 203, during lunch.
  • Anyone interested in playing baseball this spring should attend an informational meeting on Wednesday immediately after school in Mr. Backer’s room, 106.
  • Choir will be meeting after school this year, and it is open to any student in grades 6-12. Our first meeting will be on Thursday, September 9th from 3:15-4:00 pm in the Secondary Campus Orchestra Room (120). If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Kennedy in Room 120.
  • Student drivers: Parking on campus is by permit only. All student spaces are in the upper lot.  Parking permits are $55 per year with an additional fee of $10 to paint. This fee can be paid on SchoolPay for any student/parent that wishes to use a credit/debit card. All designs must be approved by Ms. Miller . Please see Mrs. Turner in the main office if you did not receive the application that was emailed to you earlier this month.
  • Today is Picture Day. Please use Picture Day ID: EVTRJVDST to order online. Retakes will be on Thursday, October 14th.

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