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Daily Announcements

Friday, May 20th:

  • Did you know that the Secondary Campus library will be open during the summer? Every Monday will be Media Center Monday from noon-3 p.m. so that you can continue to check out books all summer long.
  • Attention seniors: please return your textbooks and other library materials to the library as soon as possible.
  • ATTENTION SENIORS: please clean out your lockers and return your assigned lock to the attendance office by the end of the day today.

Thursday, May 19th:

  • Did you know that the Secondary Campus library will be open during the summer? Every Monday will be Media Center Monday from noon-3 p.m. so that you can continue to check out books all summer long.
  • The last full meeting of the Garden Club will take place today during MS and HS lunch.
  • Attention all 2022-23 Middle School and High School cheerleaders. There will be a final meeting today immediately after school in Ms. Gaines’ room 301. We will be discussing the summer conditioning and practice schedules. It is mandatory that all cheerleaders attend this meeting. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Gaines.
  • Attention CCP students: please return your textbooks and other CCP materials to the library as soon as possible.
  • ATTENTION SENIORS: please clean out your lockers and return your assigned lock to the attendance office before Friday.

Wednesday, May 18th:

  • Looking forward to summer and having lots of time to read? Today is the last day to come to the K-12 Buy-One-Get-One-Free Book Fair. We’re open until 7:30 tonight, so stay after school or come early to the concert and stock up on reading material for the extra long summer vacation.
  • It’s also the last day to view the Art Show. Come to the library anytime until 7:30 tonight to see all of the amazing work by our talented artists.
  • Attention all National Honor Society members: service hours are due at 3:15 today and must be turned in to Jack Isphording, Noemi Yisra’el, or Mr. Sanders.
  • There will be a brief meeting in the 200 lobby after school for any HS or MS students interested in running cross country this fall. If you cannot attend, please see coach Wolferst for information. 
  • The last full meeting of the Garden Club will take place tomorrow during MS and HS lunch.
  • Attention all 2022-23 Middle School and High School cheerleaders. There will be a final meeting tomorrow immediately after school in Ms. Gaines’ room 301. We will be discussing the summer conditioning and practice schedules. It is mandatory that all cheerleaders attend this meeting. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Gaines.
  • Attention CCP students: please return your textbooks and other CCP materials to the library as soon as possible.
  • ATTENTION SENIORS: please clean out your lockers and return your assigned lock to the attendance office before Friday May 20.

Tuesday, May 17th:

  • Congratulations to three of our wrestlers who traveled 8 hours to Wisconsin Dells over the weekend: James Paudel, Brady Volz, and My’Shawanna Tinsely. They represented Ohio in the USA Wrestling Northern Plains Regionals. It was a national tournament with wrestlers from 15 different states. All three wrestled well against stiff competition. My’Shawanna earned a bronze medal in her weight class in the Greco-Roman style. We’re so proud of all of you!
  • Looking forward to summer and having lots of time to read? Come to the K-12 Buy-One-Get-One-Free Book Fair today and tomorrow, from 3-7:30 p.m., and stock up on reading material for the extra long summer vacation.
  • The Poetry Showcase & Slam originally scheduled for today has been canceled due to illness. Mr. Budday apologizes to everyone who had planned on performing.
  • Attention all National Honor Society members: service hours will be due Wednesday at 3:15 and must be turned in to Jack Isphording, Noemi Yisra’el, or Mr. Sanders.
  • There will be a brief meeting on Wednesday in the 200 lobby after school, for any HS or MS students interested in running cross country this fall. If you cannot attend, please see coach Wolferst for information. 
  • The last full meeting of the Garden Club will take place on Thursday during MS and HS lunch.
  • Attention all 2022-23 Middle School and High School cheerleaders. There will be a final meeting on Thursday immediately after school in Ms. Gaines’ room 301. We will be discussing the summer conditioning and practice schedules. It is mandatory that all cheerleaders attend this meeting. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Gaines.
  • Attention CCP students: please return your textbooks and other CCP materials to the library as soon as possible.
  • ATTENTION SENIORS: please clean out your lockers and return your assigned lock to the attendance office before Friday May 20.
  • Senior superlatives are in! Best Dressed–Island Clark & Javiahn Coates. Best Duo–Erin Ruth and Alexis Ellis. Class Clown–Miles Pickens & Cheyanne Way. Most Spirited–Noemi Yisra’el & Jack Isphording. Worst Case of Senioritis–Jordan Gerbus & Leashia Goodwin. Most Athletic–Hailey Rozier & Ryan Siakam. Most Changed from Freshman Year–Ty’Woine O’Neal & Jessica Sanders. 

Monday, May 16th:

  • Congratulations to the following students who had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to perform with rock legends The Who last night: Annie Haarlammert, Lizzie Carter, and Isabel Valle played in the orchestra; Dakota Brooks, Anna Tenhundfeld, Lina Bush, Max Revelle, Layla Nixon, Claire Adams, and Kay Nicht sang with the band; and Josh Crutcher worked with the production crew. We are so proud that you represented Finneytown and honored the memory of the 3 Finneytown students who died in 1979 at the last Who concert: Stephan Preston, Jackie Eckerle, and Karen Morrison, namesakes for the PEM House and the PEM memorial. 
  • Congratulations to the winners of Finneytown’s Got Talent: Triple B for MS and D’Juan Chappell for HS.
  • The boys and girls Track teams competed at the CHL Championships at Taylor on Friday. The girls finished fifth overall and the boys finished third. The boys 800 meter relay team broke our own record at the CHL Meet. Congrats to the teams and good luck at Districts this week at New Richmond!!
  • Come support the Winter Guard tonight at their performance in the Secondary Campus Main Gym at 7pm. They have worked hard this winter, and would appreciate your support!
  • Looking forward to summer and having lots of time to read? Come to the K-12 Buy-One-Get-One-Free Book Fair today through Wednesday, from 3-7:30 p.m. and stock up on reading material for the extra long summer vacation.
  • The next student World Cafe will be on today during 6th bell. All invited students need to return their permission forms by this morning. See Mr Crawley in room 102 if you have any questions. 
  • Poetry Club will be hosting a Poetry Showcase & Slam on Tuesday at 3:15 in the Garden Amphitheater, weather permitting. All are welcome!
  • Attention all National Honor Society members: service hours will be due Wednesday at 3:15 and must be turned in to Jack Isphording, Noemi Yisra’el, or Mr. Sanders.
  • There will be a brief meeting on Wednesday in the 200 lobby after school, for any HS or MS students interested in running cross country this fall. If you cannot attend, please see coach Wolferst for information. 
  • The last full meeting of the Garden Club will take place on Thursday during MS and HS lunch.
  • SENIORS: the Google Form for voting for Senior Superlatives is in your inbox. Vote for your choice of Best Dressed, Best Duo, Worst Case of Senioritis, and more! Voting closes today!
  • Attention CCP students: please return your textbooks and other CCP materials to the library as soon as possible.

Friday, May 13th:

  • Looking forward to summer and having lots of time to read? Come to the K-12 Buy-One-Get-One-Free Book Fair Monday through Wednesday, from 3-7:30 p.m. and stock up on reading material for the extra long summer vacation.
  • The next student World Cafe will be on Monday during 6th bell. All invited students need to return their permission forms by Monday morning at the latest. See Mr Crawley in room 102 if you have any questions. 
  • Poetry Club will be hosting a Poetry Showcase & Slam on Tuesday, May 17th at 3:15 in the Garden Amphitheater, weather permitting. All are welcome!
  • Attention all National Honor Society members: service hours will be due next Wednesday, May 18th at 3:15 and must be turned in to Jack Isphording, Noemi Yisra’el, or Mr. Sanders.
  • There will be a brief meeting Wednesday, May 18 in the 200 lobby after school, for any HS or MS students interested in running cross country this fall. If you cannot attend, please see coach Wolferst for information. 
  • The last full meeting of the Garden Club will take place on Thursday, May 19th during MS and HS lunch.
  • Attention CCP students: please return your textbooks and other CCP materials to the library as soon as possible.
  • Seniors: Yard sign pick up is today from 3-4 in the PAC. Bring your photo ID.
  • SENIORS: the Google Form for voting for Senior Superlatives is in your inbox. Vote for your choice of Best Dressed, Best Duo, Worst Case of Senioritis and more! Voting Closes Monday 5/16.

Thursday, May 12th:

  • Finneytown’s Got Talent is today during 6th bell! The show will be live streamed for those who were unable to purchase tickets, and the video will be posted to the Finneytown YouTube channel. Live voting will open as soon as the show ends and will stay open for 24 hours. QR codes will be posted around the school after the show so you can vote for your favorite HS and MS act. 
  • Looking forward to summer and having lots of time to read? Come to the K-12 Buy-One-Get-One-Free Book Fair Monday through Wednesday, from 3-7:30 p.m. and stock up on reading material for the extra long summer vacation.
  • The next student World Cafe will be on Monday during 6th bell. All invited students need to return their permission forms by Monday morning at the latest. See Mr Crawley in room 102 if you have any questions. 
  • Poetry Club will be hosting a Poetry Showcase & Slam on Tuesday, May 17th at 3:15 in the Garden Amphitheater, weather permitting. All are welcome!
  • Attention all National Honor Society members: service hours will be due next Wednesday, May 18th at 3:15 and must be turned in to Jack Isphording, Noemi Yisra’el, or Mr. Sanders.
  • The last full meeting of the Garden Club will take place on Thursday, May 19th during MS and HS lunch.
  • Attention CCP students: please return your textbooks and other CCP materials to the library as soon as possible.
  • Seniors: Yard sign pick up is tomorrow from 3-4 in the PAC. Bring your photo ID.
  • SENIORS: the Google Form for voting for Senior Superlatives is in your inbox. Vote for your choice of Best Dressed, Best Duo, Worst Case of Senioritis and more! Voting closes Monday 5/16.

Wednesday, May 11th:

  • Finneytown’s Got Talent is Thursday during 6th bell! The show will be live streamed for those who were unable to purchase tickets, and the video will be posted to the Finneytown YouTube channel. Live voting will open as soon as the show ends and will stay open for 24 hours. QR codes will be posted around the school after the show so you can vote for your favorite HS and MS act. Dress rehearsal for all performers is today from 3-4:30 in the PAC.  Attendance is mandatory. 
  • Attention all National Honor Society members: it’s time to celebrate! The Final NHS meeting is today during High School lunch in room 117. NHS service hours will be due next Wednesday, May 18th at 3:15 and must be turned in to Jack Isphording, Noemi Yisra’el, or Mr. Sanders.
  • Looking forward to summer and having lots of time to read? Come to the K-12 Buy-One-Get-One-Free Book Fair Monday through Wednesday, from 3-7:30 p.m. and stock up on reading material for the extra long summer vacation.
  • Poetry Club will be hosting a Poetry Showcase & Slam on Tuesday, May 17th at 3:15 in the Garden Amphitheater, weather permitting. All are welcome!
  • Attention CCP students: please return your textbooks and other CCP materials to the library as soon as possible.
  • Seniors–the Garden Club is introducing garden graduation cords. If you complete the requirements, you will be distinguished as a Garden Club Environmental Scholar at graduation. See Jack Isphording or the Google Classroom for more information.
  • The last full meeting of the Garden Club will take place on Thursday, May 19th during MS and HS lunch. 

Tuesday, May 10th:

  • Finneytown’s Got Talent is this Thursday during 6th bell! Tomorrow is the last day for students to purchase tickets during mentor group in the MS lobby. Tickets are $2 each and there are only 300 tickets available. The show will be live streamed for those unable to purchase tickets and the video will be posted to the Finneytown YouTube channel. Live voting will open as soon as the show ends and will stay open for 24 hours. QR codes will be posted around the school after the show so you can vote for your favorite HS and MS act. Dress rehearsal for all performers is Wednesday from 3-4:30 in the PAC.  Attendance is mandatory. 
  • Attention all National Honor Society members: it’s time to celebrate! The Final NHS meeting is tomorrow during High School lunch in room 117. NHS service hours will be due next Wednesday, May 18th at 3:15 and must be turned in to Jack Isphording, Noemi Yisra’el, or Mr. Sanders.
  • Poetry Club will be hosting a Poetry Showcase & Slam on Tuesday, May 17th at 3:15 in the Garden Amphitheater, weather permitting. All are welcome!
  • Attention CCP students: please return your textbooks and other CCP materials to the library as soon as possible.
  • Seniors–the Garden Club is introducing garden graduation cords. If you complete the requirements, you will be distinguished as a Garden Club Environmental Scholar at graduation. See Jack Isphording or the Google Classroom for more information.
  • The last full meeting of the Garden Club will take place on Thursday, May 19th during MS and HS lunch.

Monday, May 9th:

  • A shout out and huge THANK YOU to Mrs. Sowders!!! Mrs. Sowders goes above and beyond each and every day. The 7th grade team of teachers and students are thankful for all the hard work she put into making our field trip happen. Thank you for all you do, Mrs. Sowders!
  • Finneytown’s Got Talent will be held on Thursday during 6th bell. Students may purchase tickets during mentor group in the MS lobby today through Wednesday. Tickets are $2 each and all money will go to the junior class. There are only 300 tickets available and they will sell out quickly!! The show will be live streamed for those unable to purchase tickets. Live voting will open as soon as the show ends and will stay open for 24 hours. QR codes will be posted around the school after the show so you can vote for your favorite HS and MS act. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Cleghorn. 
  • Poetry Club will be hosting a Poetry Showcase & Slam on Tuesday, May 17th at 3:15 in the Garden Amphitheater, weather permitting. All are welcome!
  • Attention CCP students: please return your textbooks and other CCP materials to the library as soon as possible.
  • Seniors–the Garden Club is introducing garden graduation cords. If you complete the requirements, you will be distinguished as a Garden Club Environmental Scholar at graduation. The cord will be green of course!
  • The last full meeting of the Garden Club will take place on Thursday, May 19th during MS and HS lunch.

Thursday, May 5th:

  • Hey Choir! We’ll be meeting after school today. There’s only one more week until our concert!
  • Do you like board games? Join the Tabletop Gaming Club this Saturday for the 3rd annual FinneyCon! FinneyCon is Finneytown’s very own gaming convention, with dozens of different games to try. Lunch will be provided. The convention will be held from 11 am- 4 pm in the Secondary Campus library. See Mr. Pierce in Room 104 or Mr. Budday in room 107 if you have any questions. Nerd up and be there!
  • Finneytown’s Got Talent will be held on May 12th during 6th bell. Students may purchase tickets during mentor group in the MS lobby from Monday, May 9th through Wednesday, May 11th. Tickets are $2 each and all money will go to the junior class. There are only 300 tickets available and they will sell out quickly!! The show will be live streamed for those unable to purchase tickets. Live voting will open as soon as the show ends and will stay open for 24 hours. QR codes will be posted around the school after the show so you can vote for your favorite HS and MS act. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Cleghorn.  
  • Attention CCP students: please return your textbooks and other CCP materials to the library as soon as possible.
  • The library will be closed after school today and all day tomorrow. If you have tech needs, please enter the IT office through the door in the hallway.

Wednesday, May 4th:

  • Hey Choir! We’ll be meeting after school tomorrow. There’s only one more week until our concert!
  • Do you like board games? Join the Tabletop Gaming Club on Saturday, May 7th for the 3rd annual FinneyCon! FinneyCon is Finneytown’s very own gaming convention, with dozens of different games to try. Lunch will be provided. The convention will be held from 11 am- 4 pm in the Secondary Campus library. See Mr. Pierce in Room 104 or Mr. Budday in room 107 if you have any questions. Nerd up and be there!
  • Finneytown’s Got Talent will be held on May 12th during 6th bell. Students may purchase tickets during mentor group in the MS lobby from Monday, May 9th through Wednesday, May 11th. Tickets are $2 each and all money will go to the junior class. There are only 300 tickets available and they will sell out quickly!! The show will be live streamed for those unable to purchase tickets. Live voting will open as soon as the show ends and will stay open for 24 hours. QR codes will be posted around the school after the show so you can vote for your favorite HS and MS act. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Cleghorn.  
  • Attention CCP students: please return your textbooks and other CCP materials to the library as soon as possible.

Tuesday, May 3rd:

  • Do you like board games? Join the Tabletop Gaming club on Saturday, May 7th for the 3rd annual FinneyCon! FinneyCon is Finneytown’s very own gaming convention, with dozens of different games to try. Lunch will be provided. The convention will be held from 11 am- 4 pm in the Secondary Campus library. See Mr. Pierce in Room 104 or Mr. Budday in room 107 if you have any questions. Nerd up and be there!
  • Attention CCP students: please return your textbooks and other CCP materials to the library as soon as possible.

Friday, April 29th:

  • Do you like to run, or do you know someone who does? Sign-ups for Cross Country are located outside of the attendance office. We’d love to have you run with us this fall. All skill levels are welcome!
  • Attention students: today is the last day to submit poetry, short stories, nonfiction essays, works of art, and photography to the literary magazine. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library.

Thursday, April 28th:

  • Attention Choir: see you after school today in Room 120! Come and sing!
  • Congratulations to all those who made the cheerleading team for next school year. There will be a brief meeting in Ms. Gaines’ room immediately after school today for all those who made the team. If you can’t make the meeting, please see Ms. Gaines.
  • All Talent Show finalists need to report to room 117 tomorrow during Switch Up for a mandatory meeting. Mark your calendars for May 12th for Finneytown’s Got Talent!
  • Do you like to run, or do you know someone who does? Sign-ups for Cross Country are located outside of the attendance office. We’d love to have you run with us this fall. All skill levels are welcome!
  • Attention students: the deadline to submit poetry, short stories, nonfiction essays, works of art, and photography to the literary magazine has been extended to Friday. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library.

Wednesday, April 27th:

  • The National Honor Society is holding a meeting today during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is required.
  • Attention Choir: see you tomorrow after school in Room 120! Come and sing!
  • Congratulations to all those who made the cheerleading team for next school year. There will be a brief meeting in Ms. Gaines’ room immediately after school tomorrow for all those who made the team. If you can’t make the meeting, please see Ms. Gaines.
  • Do you like to run, or do you know someone who does? Sign-ups for Cross Country are located outside of the attendance office. We’d love to have you run with us this fall. All skill levels are welcome!
  • Attention students: the deadline to submit poetry, short stories, nonfiction essays, works of art, and photography to the literary magazine has been extended to Friday. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library.

Tuesday, April 26th:

  • Attention RPMs that were trained in November and 2 weekends ago! You will be meeting in the cafeteria today during 3rd bell to plan our next steps! See Ms. Dietz if you have questions.
  • The National Honor Society is holding a meeting tomorrow during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is required.
  • Do you like to run, or do you know someone who does? Sign-ups for Cross Country are located outside of the attendance office. We’d love to have you run with us this fall. All skill levels are welcome!
  • Attention students: the deadline to submit poetry, short stories, nonfiction essays, works of art, and photography to the literary magazine has been extended to Friday. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library.

Monday, April 25th:

  • Attention RPMs that were trained in November and this past weekend: You will be meeting in the cafeteria tomorrow during 3rd bell to plan our next steps! See Ms. Dietz if you have questions.
  • The National Honor Society is holding a meeting on Wednesday during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is required.
  • Attention students: the deadline to submit poetry, short stories, nonfiction essays, works of art, and photography to the literary magazine has been extended to Friday. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library.

Friday, April 22nd:

  • Do you like to run, or do you know someone who does? Sign-ups for Cross Country are located outside of the attendance office. We’d love to have you run with us this fall. All skill levels are welcome!
  • Hurry to purchase your Prom tickets. At 3 pm today, the Prom link will be removed and no tickets will be able to be purchased after that. 
  • Seniors must complete a senior exit survey on the Finneytown Counseling website in order to receive their diploma. This information is very important as we help you transition from Finneytown to your next step. Please complete the survey by the end of the day today.
  • Attention RPMs that were trained in November and this past weekend! You will be meeting in the cafeteria on Tuesday during 3rd bell to plan our next steps! See Ms. Dietz if you have questions.
  • Attention students: the deadline to submit poetry, short stories, nonfiction essays, works of art, and photography to the literary magazine has been extended to April 29th. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library.

Thursday, April 21st:

  • The library will be closed after lunch. Please enter the IT office through the door in the hallway if you have technology issues. We apologize for the inconvenience.
  • Spirit Week is happening now! Tomorrow is class color day (6th grade = orange; 7th grade = gray; 8th grade = green; 9th grade = white; 10th grade is blue; 11th grade is red; 12th grade is black or wear your senior gear).
  • Do you like to run, or do you know someone who does? Sign-ups for Cross Country are located outside of the attendance office. We’d love to have you run with us this fall. All skill levels are welcome!
  • There will be NO Choir after school today.
  • The GSTA will be sponsoring Finneytown’s participation in the National Day of Silence tomorrow. If you wish to participate, please see Mr. Buddy or speak to a member of the GSTA. There will be a check-in booth located at the main entrance for those who wish to participate.
  • Hurry to purchase your Prom tickets. At 3 pm tomorrow, the Prom link will be removed and no tickets will be able to be purchased after that. 
  • AfterProm tickets are available UNTIL 12 p.m. today, both online & in person through Mrs. Turner in the principal’s office. All contracts are due by 8 p.m. tonight. Consult the contract for more details.
  • Seniors must complete a senior exit survey on the Finneytown Counseling website in order to receive their diploma. This information is very important as we help you transition from Finneytown to your next step. Please complete the survey by tomorrow.
  • Attention RPMs that were trained in November and this past weekend! You will be meeting in the cafeteria next Tuesday during 3rd bell to plan our next steps! See Ms. Dietz if you have questions.
  • Attention students: the deadline to submit poetry, short stories, nonfiction essays, works of art, and photography to the literary magazine has been extended to April 29th. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library.

Wednesday, April 20th:

  • The library will be closed all day today. Please enter the IT office through the door in the hallway if you have technology issues. We apologize for the inconvenience.
  • Spirit Week is happening now! Tomorrow is bring anything but a backpack day (bring school supplies in something other than a backpack). Friday is class color day (6th grade = orange; 7th grade = gray; 8th grade = green; 9th grade = white; 10th grade is blue; 11th grade is red; 12th grade is black or wear your senior gear).
  • Do you like to run, or do you know someone who does? Sign-ups for Cross Country are located outside of the attendance office. We’d love to have you run with us this fall. All skill levels are welcome!
  • GSTA will have a planning meeting in room 107 during HS lunch today.
  • There will be an informational meeting today right after school today in the main gym for any boys in grades 7-11 interested in playing basketball next year. Information about the spring and summer schedule will be covered.
  • There will be NO Choir after school tomorrow.
  • The GSTA will be sponsoring Finneytown’s participation in the National Day of Silence on Friday. If you wish to participate, please see Mr. Buddy or speak to a member of the GSTA. There will be a check-in booth on Friday morning located at the main entrance for those who wish to participate.
  • Hurry to purchase your Prom tickets. At 3 pm on Friday, the Prom link will be removed and no tickets will be able to be purchased after that. 
  • AfterProm tickets are available online & in person through Mrs. Turner in the principal’s office before & after school only. School fees must be paid, and students must sign an AfterProm contract.  
  • Seniors must complete a senior exit survey on the Finneytown Counseling website in order to receive their diploma. This information is very important as we help you transition from Finneytown to your next step. Please complete the survey by Friday.
  • Attention RPMs that were trained in November and this past weekend! You will be meeting in the cafeteria next Tuesday during 3rd bell to plan our next steps! See Ms. Dietz if you have questions.
  • Attention students: the deadline to submit poetry, short stories, nonfiction essays, works of art, and photography to the literary magazine has been extended to April 29th. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library.

Tuesday, April 19th:

  • Attention ALL students: just a reminder that students in 8th grade Science as well as Biology will be taking the Science state test tomorrow and will need to report to their mentor group classrooms at 8:00. Students who are not testing will report to their mentor groups at 10:00.
  • The library will be closed for make-up testing this morning. Please enter the IT office through the door in the hallway if you have technology issues. The library will also be closed after school today. We apologize for the inconvenience.
  • Spirit Week is happening now! Tomorrow is dress as a biker or a surfer. Thursday is bring anything but a backpack day (bring school supplies in something other than a backpack). Friday is class color day (6th grade = orange; 7th grade = gray; 8th grade = green; 9th grade = white; 10th grade is blue; 11th grade is red; 12th grade is black or wear your senior gear.
  • Sign-ups for fall athletics are now posted outside of the attendance office. Students must pass five one-credit hour academic classes in the 4th quarter in order to be eligible for fall sports. We will be offering the following athletic teams in the fall for BOYS in grades 7-12: Golf, Football, Cross Country, Soccer, and Dance. We will be offering the following athletic teams in the fall for GIRLS in grades 7-12: Tennis, Cross Country, Volleyball, Dance, and Soccer. Show your pride and help RESTORE THE ROAR!
  • Do you like to run, or do you know someone who does? Sign-ups for Cross Country are located outside of the attendance office. We’d love to have you run with us this fall. All skill levels are welcome!
  • There will be an informational meeting tomorrow right after school in the main gym for any boys in grades 7-11 interested in playing basketball next year. Information about the spring and summer schedule will be covered.
  • The GSTA will be sponsoring Finneytown’s participation in the National Day of Silence on Friday. If you wish to participate, please see Mr. Buddy or speak to a member of the GSTA. There will be a check-in booth on Friday morning located at the main entrance for those who wish to participate.
  • Attention seniors!!! Please join the senior Google Classroom ASAP for important info about senior festivities. The code is LZZSW3J. Please see Mr. Crawley or Noemi Yisra’el with any questions.
  • Attention students: the deadline to submit poetry, short stories, nonfiction essays, works of art, and photography to the literary magazine has been extended to April 29th. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library.
  • Seniors must complete a senior exit survey on the Finneytown Counseling website in order to receive their diploma. This information is very important as we help you transition from Finneytown to your next step. Please complete the survey by Friday.
  • Hurry up and purchase your Enchanted Prom tickets! The price is now $70 per ticket. Please make sure you have your student fees paid and that you’ve taken care of lost library books & textbooks. See Ms. Morey in the district office to discuss fee payment before school, after school, or during high school lunch only.
  • AfterProm tickets are available online ($17, including a service fee) & in person ($15 cash) through Mrs. Turner in the principal’s office before & after school only. School fees must be paid, and students must sign an AfterProm contract.  
  • Congratulations to this year’s prom court. Our 4 gentleman are: Christian Merry, Caden Sexten, Ryan Siakam, and Kobey White. Our 4 ladies are: Amaiya Drain, Hailey Rozier, Erin Ruth, and Jada Williams. Please stop by Mrs. Howard’s classroom for your sashes.

Monday, April 18th:

  • Attention ALL students: just a reminder that students in 8th grade Science as well as Biology will be taking the Science state test on Wednesday and will need to report to their mentor group classrooms at 8:00. Students who are not testing will report to their mentor groups at 10:00.
  • Sign-ups for fall athletics are now posted outside of the attendance office. Students must pass five one-credit hour academic classes in the 4th quarter in order to be eligible for fall sports. We will be offering the following athletic teams in the fall for BOYS in grades 7-12: Golf, Football, Cross Country, Soccer, and Dance. We will be offering the following athletic teams in the fall for GIRLS in grades 7-12: Tennis, Cross Country, Volleyball, Dance, and Soccer. Show your pride and help RESTORE THE ROAR!
  • There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday right after school in the main gym for any boys in grades 8-12 interested in playing basketball next year. Information about the spring and summer schedule will be covered.
  • Attention seniors!!! Please join the senior Google Classroom ASAP for important info about senior festivities. The code is LZZSW3J. Please see Mr. Crawley or Noemi Yisra’el with any questions.
  • Attention students: the deadline to submit poetry, short stories, nonfiction essays, works of art, and photography to the literary magazine has been extended to April 29th. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library.
  • Seniors must complete a senior exit survey on the Finneytown Counseling website in order to receive their diploma. This information is very important as we help you transition from Finneytown to your next step. Please complete the survey by Friday.
  • Hurry up and purchase your Enchanted Prom tickets! The price is now $70 per ticket. Please make sure you have your student fees paid and that you’ve taken care of lost library books & textbooks. See Ms. Morey in the district office to discuss fee payment before school, after school, or during high school lunch only.
  • AfterProm tickets are available online ($17, including a service fee) & in person ($15 cash) through Mrs. Turner in the principal’s office before & after school only. School fees must be paid, and students must sign an AfterProm contract. 

Thursday, April 14th:

  • Sign-ups for fall athletics are now posted outside of the attendance office. Students must pass five one-credit hour academic classes in the 4th quarter in order to be eligible for fall sports. We will be offering the following athletic teams in the fall for BOYS in grades 7-12: Golf, Football, Cross Country, Soccer, and Dance. We will be offering the following athletic teams in the fall for GIRLS in grades 7-12: Tennis, Cross Country, Volleyball, Dance, and Soccer. Show your pride and help RESTORE THE ROAR!
  • Are you interested in learning to code? Do you want to explore a future career in computing?  Finneytown is offering the unique opportunity to take AP Computer Science Principles next year with no prerequisites! Any high schooler is eligible to take this class, and all you need is enthusiasm. Talk to Ms. Johnson in room 242 this week for more information or to sign up for the course.
  • Choir will be meeting today in room 120. Come join us from 3:15-4 pm to sing!
  • There will be a GSTA planning meeting at lunch today in Budday’s room, 107.
  • Poetry Club will be meeting today after school in Budday’s room, 107.
  • Attention seniors!!! Please join the senior Google Classroom ASAP for important info about senior festivities. The code is LZZSW3J. Please see Mr. Crawley or Noemi Yisra’el with any questions.
  • Interested in helping the people of Ukraine? Please join community service students in Ms. Drain’s class by donating canned goods, hygiene products and non-perishable goods until the end of this month. Please place items in the blue and yellow boxes in the library media center or in the main hallway of the high school.
  • Juniors & seniors: please complete the AfterProm Family Feud survey sent to your school email ASAP. The deadline is tonight. 
  • Attention students: the literary magazine is back and taking submissions! You can submit poetry, short stories or nonfiction essays to be published. We are also taking works of art and photography. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library. The deadline has been extended to April 29th.
  • There will be a Garden Service Day tomorrow from 2 to 5 pm! Everyone is welcome to help out for the whole duration or for as long as they can. Some snacks and light refreshments will be provided. We hope to see you there!
  • Seniors must complete a senior exit survey on the Finneytown Counseling website in order to receive their diploma. This information is very important as we help you transition from Finneytown to your next step. Please complete the survey by April 22.
  • Hurry up and purchase your Enchanted Prom tickets! The price is now $70 per ticket. Please make sure you have your student fees paid and that you’ve taken care of lost library books & textbooks. See Ms. Morey in the district office to discuss fee payment before school, after school, or during high school lunch only.
  • AfterProm tickets are now for sale, both online ($17, including a service fee) & in person ($15 cash) through Mrs. Turner in the principal’s office before & after school only. School fees must be paid and students must sign an AfterProm contract. 

Wednesday, April 13th:

  • Signups for fall athletics are now posted outside of the attendance office. Students must pass five one-credit hour academic classes in the 4th quarter in order to be eligible for fall sports. We will be offering the following athletic teams in the fall for BOYS in grades 7-12: Golf, Football, Cross Country, Soccer, and Dance. We will be offering the following athletic teams in the fall for GIRLS in grades 7-12: Tennis, Cross Country, Volleyball, Dance, and Soccer. Show your pride and help RESTORE THE ROAR!
  • Are you interested in learning to code? Do you want to explore a future career in computing?  Finneytown is offering the unique opportunity to take AP Computer Science Principles next year with no prerequisites! Any high schooler is eligible to take this class, and all you need is enthusiasm. Talk to Ms. Johnson in room 242 this week for more information or to sign up for the course.
  • The National Honor Society will be hosting a full meeting today during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is mandatory.
  • Juniors & seniors: please complete the AfterProm Family Feud survey sent to your school email ASAP. The deadline is Thursday night. 
  • Attention students: the literary magazine is back and taking submissions! You can submit poetry, short stories or nonfiction essays to be published. We are also taking works of art and photography. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library. Make sure to get your submissions in by Friday.
  • There will be a Garden Service Day this Friday from 2 to 5 pm! Everyone is welcome to help out for the whole duration or for as long as they can. Some snacks and light refreshments will be provided. We hope to see you there!
  • Seniors must complete a senior exit survey on the Finneytown Counseling website in order to receive their diploma. This information is very important as we help you transition from Finneytown to your next step. Please complete the survey by April 22.
  • Hurry up and purchase your Enchanted Prom tickets! The price is now $70 per ticket. Please make sure you have your student fees paid and that you’ve taken care of lost library books & textbooks. See Ms. Morey in the district office to discuss fee payment before school, after school, or during high school lunch only.
  • AfterProm tickets are now for sale, both online ($17, including a service fee) & in person ($15 cash) through Mrs. Turner in the principal’s office before & after school only. School fees must be paid and students must sign an AfterProm contract.  

Tuesday, April 12th:

  • Attention ALL students: just a reminder that students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Math as well as Algebra & Geometry will be taking the Math state test tomorrow and will need to report to their mentor group classrooms by 8:00am. Students who are not testing will report to school at 10:00. 
  • GSTA will be meeting today during HS lunch in room 107. We will be planning Finneytown’s Day of Silence events. All are welcome.
  • Marching Band: Are you a student in the 7th-11th grade and interested in joining the marching band? This is your chance to be a member of the percussion section in the Finneytown marching band. Come to our first clinic tonight at 6pm in the band room. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Delaney or Mr. Fronk in the band room. 
  • The National Honor Society will be hosting a full meeting tomorrow during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is mandatory.
  • Attention students: the literary magazine is back and taking submissions! You can submit poetry, short stories or nonfiction essays to be published. We are also taking works of art and photography. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library. Make sure to get your submissions in by Friday.
  • Seniors must complete a senior exit survey on the Finneytown Counseling website in order to receive their diploma. This information is very important as we help you transition from Finneytown to your next step. Please complete the survey by April 22.
  • Hurry up and purchase your Enchanted Prom tickets! The price is now $70 per ticket. Please make sure you have your student fees paid and that you’ve taken care of lost library books & textbooks. See Ms. Morey in the district office to discuss fee payment before school, after school, or during high school lunch only.
  • AfterProm tickets are now for sale, both online ($17, including a service fee) & in person ($15 cash) through Mrs. Turner in the principal’s office before & after school only. School fees must be paid and students must sign an AfterProm contract.  

Monday, April 11th:

  • The hills were alive with The Sounds of Music this past weekend! Congratulations to the cast, crew, and directors for putting on such a fantastic show!
  • There will be an emergency Poetry Club Meeting after school today in 107. All students on the Mackinac Trip should attend.
  • GSTA will be meeting Tuesday during HS lunch in room 107. We will be planning Finneytown’s Day of Silence events. All are welcome.
  • The National Honor Society will be hosting a full meeting this Wednesday during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is mandatory.
  • Attention students: the literary magazine is back and taking submissions! You can submit poetry, short stories or nonfiction essays to be published. We are also taking works of art and photography. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library. Make sure to get your submissions in by Friday.
  • Seniors must complete a senior exit survey on the Finneytown Counseling website in order to receive their diploma. This information is very important as we help you transition from Finneytown to your next step. Please complete the survey by April 22.
  • Cheerleading tryouts for the 2022-2023 school year will begin today at 4pm. If you have any questions, see Ms. Gaines in room 301.
  • Hurry up and purchase your Enchanted Prom tickets! The price is now $70 per ticket. Please make sure you have your student fees paid and that you’ve taken care of lost library books & textbooks. See Ms. Morey in the district office to discuss fee payment before school, after school, or during high school lunch only.
  • AfterProm tickets are now for sale, both online ($17, including a service fee) & in person ($15 cash). School fees must be paid and students must sign an AfterProm contract. Please see Mrs. Turner in the principals’ office before or after school only.

Thursday, April 7th:

  • Choir will be meeting this Thursday in room 120. Come join us from 3:15-4 pm to sing!
  • The women’s and men’s track teams traveled to Madeira for an invitational meet. The women finished fifth overall and the men finished fourth! There were many bright spots from the meet. One week from today, the Wildcats will travel to the Owl’s Nest to compete in the Owl’s Classic. Make your way to Mt. Healthy to cheer us on!
  • Scarlet & Diamond Oaks students: please submit 3 pictures ASAP (birth, middle school, high school) to Ms. Alcorn for the senior video. 
  • Attention juniors and seniors: please check your school email for a link to complete a survey for the Family Feud game at AfterProm. If you don’t fill out the survey, there might not be a Family Feud game.
  • Starting Monday, AfterProm tickets will be for sale, both online ($17, including a service fee) & in person ($15 cash). School fees must be paid and students must sign an AfterProm contract. 
  • Seniors must complete a senior exit survey on the Finneytown Counseling website in order to receive their diploma. This information is very important as we help you transition from Finneytown to your next step. Please complete the survey by April 22.
  • The PAC comes to life THIS weekend with one of Broadway’s beloved classics–The Sound of Music! Performances are on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. All faculty, staff, and students are invited to visit the high school website to purchase tickets and take part in a night of melodious storytelling! Hope to see you there! 
  • Attention students! Anyone interested in trying out for either Middle School or High School Cheerleading for the 2022-2023 school year should sign up outside the Athletic Office. Tryouts will begin on Monday at 4pm. If you have any questions, see Ms. Gaines in room 301.
  • Hurry up and purchase your Enchanted Prom tickets! From today through Saturday, ticket prices are $60 each. Prices will rise to $70 from April 10th to the 22nd. Please make sure you have your student fees paid and that you’ve taken care of lost library books & textbooks. See Ms. Morey in the district office to discuss fee payment before school, after school, or during high school lunch only.

Wednesday, April 6th:

  • Choir will be meeting this Thursday in room 120. Come join us from 3:15-4 pm to sing!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: please check your school email for a link to complete a survey for the Family Feud game at AfterProm. If you don’t fill out the survey, there might not be a Family Feud game.
  • Starting Monday, AfterProm tickets will be for sale, both online ($17, including a service fee) & in person ($15 cash). School fees must be paid and students must sign an AfterProm contract. 
  • Seniors must complete a senior exit survey on the Finneytown Counseling website in order to receive their diploma. This information is very important as we help you transition from Finneytown to your next step. Please complete the survey by April 22.
  • Attention students: the literary magazine is back and taking submissions! You can submit poetry, short stories or nonfiction essays to be published. We are also taking works of art and photography. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library. Make sure to get your submissions in by April 15.
  • Interested in going to prom but need an outfit?  See your school counselor or the school social worker for information about how to get a dress, shoes, and jewelry for the big night.
  • Looking for service hours and/or weekend plans?! Consider volunteering as a student or staff usher for this weekend’s production of The Sound of Music. All ushers receive free admission to the show and/or can leave after doors close. Interested participants need to contact Zach Jung by this evening.
  • The PAC comes to life THIS weekend with one of Broadway’s beloved classics–The Sound of Music! Performances are on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. All faculty, staff, and students are invited to visit the high school website to purchase tickets and take part in a night of melodious storytelling! Hope to see you there! 
  • Attention students! Anyone interested in trying out for either Middle School or High School Cheerleading for the 2022-2023 school year should sign up outside the Athletic Office. Tryouts will begin on Monday at 4pm. If you have any questions, see Ms. Gaines in room 301.
  • Hurry up and purchase your Enchanted Prom tickets! From today through Saturday, ticket prices are $60 each. Prices will rise to $70 from April 10th to the 22nd. Please make sure you have your student fees paid and that you’ve taken care of lost library books & textbooks. See Ms. Morey in the district office to discuss fee payment before school, after school, or during high school lunch only.

Tuesday, April 5th:

  • Attention ALL students: just a reminder that students in Government, AP Government, U.S. History, and AP U.S. History will be taking the Social Studies state test tomorrow and will need to report to their mentor group classrooms at 8:00. Students who are not testing will report to school at 10:00. 
  • Scarlet & Diamond Oaks students: please submit 3 pictures ASAP (birth, middle school, high school) to mistyalcorn@finneytown.org for the senior video. 
  • Attention students: the literary magazine is back and taking submissions! You can submit poetry, short stories or nonfiction essays to be published. We are also taking works of art and photography. Scan the QR codes on the posters around school or pick up a paper submission form in the library. Make sure to get your submissions in by April 15.
  • Interested in going to prom but need an outfit?  See your school counselor or the school social worker for information about how to get a dress, shoes, and jewelry for the big night.
  • Looking for service hours and/or weekend plans?! Consider volunteering as a student or staff usher for this weekend’s production of The Sound of Music. All ushers receive free admission to the show and/or can leave after doors close. Interested participants need to contact Zach Jung by tomorrow evening at the latest.
  • The PAC comes to life THIS weekend with one of Broadway’s beloved classics–The Sound of Music! Performances are on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. All faculty, staff, and students are invited to visit the high school website to purchase tickets and take part in a night of melodious storytelling! Hope to see you there! 
  • Attention students! Anyone interested in trying out for either Middle School or High School Cheerleading for the 2022-2023 school year should sign up outside the Athletic Office. Tryouts will begin on Monday, April 11th at 4pm. If you have any questions, see Ms. Gaines in room 301.
  • Hurry up and purchase your Enchanted Prom tickets! From today through Saturday, ticket prices are $60 each. Prices will rise to $70 from April 10th to the 22nd. Please make sure you have your student fees paid and that you’ve taken care of lost library books & textbooks. See Ms. Morey in the district office to discuss fee payment before school, after school, or during high school lunch only.

Friday, April 1st:

  • Interested in going to prom but need an outfit?  See your school counselor or the school social worker for information about how to get a dress, shoes, and jewelry for the big night.
  • Attention students! Don’t miss your chance to see the PAC come to life with one of Broadway’s classics–The Sound of Music! Performances run Friday, April 8th to Sunday, April 10th with student tickets priced at $5 (plus a small service fee). This is certainly a show you won’t want to miss, so make your purchase now by visiting the high school’s website or following the link provided on the posters around school. For questions, please contact Zach Jung via email.
  • Attention students! Anyone interested in trying out for either Middle School or High School Cheerleading for the 2022-2023 school year should sign up outside the Athletic Office. Tryouts will begin Monday, April 11th at 4pm. If you have any questions, see Ms. Gaines in room 301.
  • Hurry up and purchase your Enchanted Prom tickets! From today through April 9th, ticket prices are $60 each. Prices will rise to $70 from April 10th to the 22nd. Please make sure you have your student fees paid and that you’ve taken care of lost library books & textbooks. See Ms. Morey in the district office to discuss fee payment before school, after school, or during high school lunch only.

Thursday, March 31st:

  • Choir will be today after school from 3:15-4!
  • Interested in going to prom but need an outfit?  See your school counselor or the school social worker for information about how to get a dress, shoes, and jewelry for the big night.
  • The Garden Club is hosting a meeting today during middle school and high school lunch. If the weather permits, the meeting will be held at the amphitheater. Contact Jack Isphording or Ella Beverly with any questions and refer to the Garden Google Classroom for location changes.
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The Local Scholarship applications have been extended until 3 p.m. today. Please go to the FSC Counseling website to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • Attention students! Don’t miss your chance to see the PAC come to life with one of Broadway’s classics–The Sound of Music! Performances run Friday, April 8th to Sunday, April 10th with student tickets priced at $5 (plus a small service fee). This is certainly a show you won’t want to miss, so make your purchase now by visiting the high school’s website or following the link provided on the posters around school. For questions, please contact Zach Jung via email.
  • Attention students! Anyone interested in trying out for either Middle School or High School Cheerleading for the 2022-2023 school year should sign up outside the Athletic Office. Tryouts will begin Monday, April 11th at 4pm. If you have any questions, see Ms. Gaines in room 301.
  • Hurry up and purchase your Enchanted Prom tickets! For today only, they will be priced at $50 each. From Friday, April 1st to April 9th, ticket prices will go up to $60 each. Prices will rise once again to $70 from April 11th to the 22nd. Please make sure you have your student fees paid and that you’ve returned or paid for all lost library books & textbooks. See Ms. Morey in the district office to discuss fee payment before school, after school, or during high school lunch only.
  • Happy birthday to the incredible Randy Hajer! We appreciate all that you do for us, sir!

Wednesday, March 30th:

  • The track will be unavailable this afternoon due to some much-needed repairs. Sorry for any inconvenience this might cause. 
  • Interested in going to prom but need an outfit?  See your school counselor or the school social worker for information about how to get a dress, shoes, and jewelry for the big night.
  • The National Honor Society will be hosting a majestic full meeting today during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is mandatory.
  • The Garden Club is hosting a meeting tomorrow during middle school and high school lunch. If the weather permits, the meeting will be held at the amphitheater. Contact Jack Isphording or Ella Beverly with any questions and refer to the Garden Google Classroom for location changes.
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The Local Scholarship applications have been extended until 3 p.m. tomorrow. Please go to the FSC Counseling website to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • Attention students! Don’t miss your chance to see the PAC come to life with one of Broadway’s classics–The Sound of Music! Performances run Friday, April 8th to Sunday, April 10th with student tickets priced at $5 (includes a small service fee). This is certainly a show you won’t want to miss, so make your purchase now by visiting the high school’s website or following the link provided on the posters around school. For questions, please contact Zach Jung via email (zachjung@finneytown.org).
  • Attention students! Anyone interested in trying out for either Middle School or High School Cheerleading for the 2022-2023 school year should sign up outside the Athletic Office. Tryouts will begin Monday, April 11th at 4pm. If you have any questions, see Ms. Gaines in room 301.
  • Hurry up and purchase your Enchanted Prom tickets! For today & tomorrow only, they will be priced at $50 each. From April 1st to April 9th, ticket prices will go up to $60 each. Prices will rise once again to $70 from April 11th to the 22nd. Please make sure you have your student fees paid and that you’ve returned or paid for all lost library books & textbooks. See Ms. Morey in the district office to discuss fee payment before school, after school, or during high school lunch only.

Tuesday, March 29th:

  • The library will be closed all day today for staff training. If you need to enter the technology office, please use the door in the hallway.
  • Attention ALL students: just a reminder that students in grades 6, 7, 8, and 10 who are taking part 2 of the ELA state test tomorrow need to report to their mentor group classrooms at 8:00. Students who are not testing will report to school at 10:00. If you don’t know if you have an ELA test, ask your English teacher.
  • The National Honor Society will be hosting a majestic full meeting tomorrow during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is mandatory.
  • The Garden Club is hosting a meeting on Thursday during middle school and high school lunch. Weather permitting, the meeting will be held at the amphitheater. Contact Jack Isphording or Ella Beverly with any questions and refer to the Garden Google Classroom for change of meeting location.
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The Local Scholarship applications have been extended to Thursday, 3/31. Please go to the FSC Counseling website to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • Attention students! Don’t miss your chance to see the PAC come to life with one of Broadway’s classics–The Sound of Music! Performances run Friday, April 8th to Sunday, April 10th with student tickets priced at $5 (includes a small service fee). This is certainly a show you won’t want to miss, so make your purchase now by visiting the high school’s website or following the link provided on the posters around school. For questions, please contact Zach Jung via email (zachjung@finneytown.org).
  • Hurry up and purchase your Enchanted Prom tickets! Until the end of March, they will be priced at $50 each. From April 1st to April 9th, ticket prices will go up to $60 each. Prices will rise once again to $70 from April 11th to the 22nd. Please make sure you have your student fees paid and all lost library books & textbooks are taken care of.

Monday, March 28th:

  • The National Honor Society will be hosting a majestic full meeting this Wednesday during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is mandatory.
  • The Garden Club is hosting a meeting on Thursday during middle school and high school lunch. Weather permitting, the meeting will be held at the amphitheater. Contact Jack Isphording or Ella Beverly with any questions and refer to the Garden Google Classroom for change of meeting location.
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The Local Scholarship applications have been extended to Thursday. Please go to the FSC Counseling website to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • Attention students! Don’t miss your chance to see the PAC come to life with one of Broadway’s classics–The Sound of Music! Performances run Friday, April 8th to Sunday, April 10th with student tickets priced at $5 (includes a small service fee). This is certainly a show you won’t want to miss, so make your purchase now by visiting the high school’s website or following the link provided on the posters around school. For questions, please contact Zach Jung via email (zachjung@finneytown.org).
  • Finneytown’s Enchanted Forest Prom is on April 23 and tickets are available now via SchoolPay.com. Tickets are $50/each during the month of March. Prices will go up as the date gets closer. School fees need to be paid in order to purchase prom tickets. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Howard.

Friday, March 25th:

  • The library will be closed for high school lunch and after school today. Sorry for the inconvenience!
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The Local Scholarship applications have been extended to March 31st. Please go to the FSC Counseling website to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • We are getting rid of six old, broken 3D printers. If you are handy and willing to try to fix one, sign up for a chance to win it by stopping by and giving your name to Ms. Johnson in room 242! You must sign up by Friday, April 1 to enter the drawing.
  • Attention students! Don’t miss your chance to see the PAC come to life with one of Broadway’s classics–The Sound of Music! Performances run Friday, April 8th to Sunday, April 10th with student tickets priced at $5 (includes a small service fee). This is certainly a show you won’t want to miss, so make your purchase now by visiting the high school’s website or following the link provided on the posters around school. For questions, please contact Zach Jung via email (zachjung@finneytown.org).
  • Finneytown’s Enchanted Forest Prom is on April 23 and tickets are available now via SchoolPay.com. Tickets are $50/each during the month of March. Prices will go up as the date gets closer. School fees need to be paid in order to purchase prom tickets. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Howard.
  • Seniors: just a reminder that anyone interested in sharing their story of Finneytown at graduation needs to share it with Principal Miller via Google. Check your email or see Ms. Miller for more details.

Thursday, March 24th:

  • There will be NO Choir today. See you all next week!
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The Local Scholarship applications have been extended to March 31st. The technological difficulties have been resolved, so please go to the FSC Counseling website to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • Tryouts for the Mackinac poetry trip are being held today at 3:10 in room 107. See Mr. Budday to sign up.
  • Attention students! Don’t miss your chance to see the PAC come to life with one of Broadway’s classics–The Sound of Music! Performances run Friday, April 8th to Sunday, April 10th with student tickets priced at $5 (includes a small service fee). This is certainly a show you won’t want to miss, so make your purchase now by visiting the high school’s website or following the link provided on the posters around school. For questions, please contact Zach Jung via email (zachjung@finneytown.org).
  • Finneytown’s Enchanted Forest Prom is on April 23 and tickets are available now via SchoolPay.com. Tickets are $50/each during the month of March. Prices will go up as the date gets closer. School fees need to be paid in order to purchase prom tickets. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Howard.
  • Attention juniors and seniors: please check your school email ASAP for a link to complete a survey for the Family Feud game at AfterProm.
  • Seniors: just a reminder that anyone interested in sharing their story of Finneytown at graduation needs to share it with Principal Miller via Google. Check your email or see Ms. Miller for more details.

Wednesday, March 23rd:

  • There will be a boys Tennis meeting today after school in room 217.
  • Attention all Garden Club members: we will have a Garden Service Day from 3:15 to 5:00 today. Check the Google Classroom for weather related updates.
  • There will be NO Choir tomorrow. See you all next week!
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The Local Scholarship applications have been extended to March 31st. The technological difficulties have been resolved, so please go to the FSC Counseling website to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • Tryouts for the Mackinac poetry trip are being held tomorrow at 3:10 in room 107. See Mr. Budday to sign up.
  • Attention students! Don’t miss your chance to see the PAC come to life with one of Broadway’s classics–The Sound of Music! Performances run Friday, April 8th to Sunday, April 10th with student tickets priced at $5 (includes a small service fee). This is certainly a show you won’t want to miss, so make your purchase now by visiting the high school’s website or following the link provided on the posters around school. For questions, please contact Zach Jung via email (zachjung@finneytown.org).
  • Finneytown’s Enchanted Forest Prom is on April 23 and tickets are available now via SchoolPay.com. Tickets are $50/each during the month of March. Prices will go up as the date gets closer. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Howard.
  • Attention juniors and seniors: please check your school email ASAP for a link to complete a survey for the Family Feud game at AfterProm.
  • Seniors: just a reminder that anyone interested in sharing their story of Finneytown at graduation needs to share it with Principal Miller via Google. Check your email or see Ms. Miller for more details.

Tuesday, March 22nd:

  • Attention ALL students: just a reminder that students in grades 6, 7, 8, and 10 who are taking an ELA state test tomorrow need to report to their mentor group classrooms at 8:00. Students who are not testing will report to school at 10:00. If you don’t know if you have an ELA test, ask your English teacher.
  • There will be a post-season Bowling meeting today at 3:30 in room 217.
  • Attention all Garden Club members: we will have Garden Service Days from 3:15 to 5:00 today & tomorrow. Check the Google Classroom for weather related updates.
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The deadline for Local Scholarship applications has been extended to 3/31 at 3:00pm. Please go to the FSC Counseling website to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • Tryouts for the Mackinac poetry trip are being held on Thursday at 3:10 in room 107. See Mr. Budday to sign up.
  • Attention students! Don’t miss your chance to see the PAC come to life with one of Broadway’s classics–The Sound of Music! Performances run Friday, April 8th-Sunday, April 10th with student tickets priced at $5 (includes a small service fee). This is certainly a show you won’t want to miss, so make your purchase now by visiting the high school’s website or following the link provided on the posters around school. For questions, please contact Zach Jung via email (zachjung@finneytown.org).
  • Finneytown’s Enchanted Forest Prom is on April 23 and tickets are available now via SchoolPay.com. Tickets are $50/each during the month of March. Prices will go up as the date gets closer. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Howard.
  • Attention juniors and seniors: please check your school email ASAP for a link to complete a survey for the Family Feud game at AfterProm.

Monday, March 21st:

  • Last week, 8th grader My’Shawnna Tinsley traveled to Marion, Ohio to represent the Regulators Wrestling club in the OHWAY girls state wrestling championships. My`Shawnna placed 4th in her very competitive age and weight division. My’Shawnna will join five other Middle school wrestlers (Alyssa Bolt, Brady Volz, CJ Summers, Dominick Schoff, and James Paudel) this Saturday to compete in the OHWAY boys state championships. Good luck, wrestlers! 
  • Attention all Garden Club members: we will have Garden Service Days from 3:15 to 5:00 on Tuesday the 22nd and Wednesday the 23rd. Check the Google Classroom for weather related updates.
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The Local Scholarship applications are due on Wednesday. Please go to the FSC Counseling website to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • Tryouts for the Mackinac poetry trip are being held on Thursday at 3:10 in room 107. See Mr. Budday to sign up.
  • Attention students! Don’t miss your chance to see the PAC come to life with one of Broadway’s classics–The Sound of Music! Performances run Friday, April 8th-Sunday, April 10th with student tickets priced at $5 (includes a small service fee). This is certainly a show you won’t want to miss, so make your purchase now by visiting the high school’s website or following the link provided on the posters around school. For questions, please contact Zach Jung via email (zachjung@finneytown.org).
  • Finneytown’s Enchanted Forest Prom is on April 23 and tickets are available now via SchoolPay.com. Tickets are $50/each during the month of March. Prices will go up as the date gets closer. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Howard.

Friday, March 11th:

  • Today is the last day for sign-ups in the HS lobby for the March Madness house tournament of Jenga, Trivia, and 3-on-3 basketball. Competitions begin after Spring Break. See Mr. Wolferst, Mr. Crawley, or Mrs. Cleghorn for more information.
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The Local Scholarship applications are due after we get back from Spring Break, on March 23rd. Please go to the FSC Counseling website to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • Tickets for Finneytown High School’s production of The Sound of Music on April 8th, 9th, and 10th are officially on sale! This year, student tickets are $5 with a service fee and can be purchased by visiting the high school’s website or by following the link provided on the posters around school. Help us fill the PAC and bring the theater alive with the sound of music as we present one of Broadway’s timeless classics. For questions, please contact Zach Jung.
  • Finneytown’s Enchanted Forest Prom is on April 23 and tickets are available now via SchoolPay.com. Tickets are $50/each during the month of March. Prices will go up as the date gets closer. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Howard.
  • Have a relaxing and safe Spring Break! We’ll return on Monday, March 21st.

Thursday, March 10th:

  • Finneytown’s Enchanted Forest Prom is April 23 and tickets are available now via SchoolPay.com. Tickets are $50/each during the month of March. Prices will go up as the date gets closer. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Howard.
  • Sign-ups for the March Madness house tournament are located in the HS lobby for Jenga, Trivia, or 3-on-3 basketball! House conference competitions begin after Spring Break. Teams must be by house. See Mr. Wolferst, Mr. Crawley, or Mrs. Cleghorn for more information.
  • Tickets for Finneytown High School’s production of The Sound of Music are officially on sale! This year, student tickets are $5 with a service fee and can be purchased by visiting the high school’s website or by following the link provided on the posters around school. Help us fill the PAC and bring the theater alive with the sound of music as we present one of Broadway’s timeless classics. For questions, please contact Zach Jung.
  • There will be an informational meeting for Poetry Club today after school in Mr. Budday’s room, 107. This is a mandatory meeting for all those interested in the Mackinac trip.
  • Hey Choir! We will be meeting today after school in room 120. See you there!
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The Local Scholarship applications are now available!!!  There is A LOT of money that will be awarded, but you need to apply in order to win something. Please go to the FSC Counseling website to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • Missing your keys? Please stop by the attendance office to claim them. All unclaimed items will be thrown away on March 11.

Tuesday, March 8th:

  • Sign ups begin TODAY for the March Madness house tournament!!! Sign up your teams in the HS lobby for Jenga, Trivia, or 3-on-3 basketball! House conference competitions begin after Spring Break. Teams must be by house. See Mr. Wolferst, Mr. Crawley, or Mrs. Cleghorn for more information.
  • Talent show auditions are still being held during mentor group today through Thursday of this week. If students want to audition, they should go to room 117 during mentor group. If anyone has questions, please see Mrs. Cleghorn in room 206. 
  • Boys Tennis Tryouts begin today at Winton Woods High School Tennis Courts, which sit behind the Forest Park Police Station. Arrive between 3:15 and 3:30. Contact Coach Weiler at coachmike@fioptics.com for more information.
  • Tickets for Finneytown High School’s production of The Sound of Music are officially on sale! This year, student tickets are $5 with a service fee and can be purchased by visiting the high school’s website or by following the link provided on the posters around school. Help us fill the PAC and bring the theater alive with the sound of music as we present one of Broadway’s timeless classics. For questions, please contact Zach Jung.
  • The National Honor Society will be holding a full meeting tomorrow during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is mandatory.
  • There will be an informational meeting for Poetry Club on Thursday after school in Mr. Budday’s room, 107. 
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The Local Scholarship applications are now available!!!  There is A LOT of money that will be awarded, but you need to apply in order to win something. Please go to the FSC Counseling web page to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • Seniors, let us know what you want to do after high school! Follow ftseniors on Instagram and send a DM about your post-graduation plans.
  • Interested in the Armed Forces? Come to the cafeteria during HS lunch today to talk to someone from the Navy.
  • Missing your keys? Please stop by the attendance office to claim them. All unclaimed items will be thrown away on March 11.

Monday, March 7th:

  • Talent show auditions are still being held during mentor group Tuesday through Thursday of this week. If students want to audition, they should go to room 117 during mentor group. If anyone has questions, please see Mrs. Cleghorn in room 206. 
  • Boys Tennis Tryouts begin tomorrow at Winton Woods High School Tennis Courts, which sit behind the Forest Park Police Station. Arrive between 3:15 and 3:30. Contact Coach Weiler at coachmike@fioptics.com for more information.
  • Tickets for Finneytown High School’s production of The Sound of Music are officially on sale! This year, student tickets are $5 with a service fee and can be purchased by visiting the high school’s website or by following the link provided on the posters around school. Help us fill the PAC and bring the theater alive with the sound of music as we present one of Broadway’s timeless classics. For questions, please contact Zach Jung.
  • The National Honor Society will be holding a full meeting on Wednesday during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is mandatory.
  • There will be an informational meeting for Poetry Club on Thursday after school in Mr. Budday’s room, 107. 
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The Local Scholarship applications are now available!!!  There is A LOT of money that will be awarded, but you need to apply in order to win something. Please go to the FSC Counseling web page to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • Seniors, let us know what you want to do after high school! Follow ftseniors on Instagram and send a DM about your post-graduation plans.
  • Interested in the Navy? Come to the cafeteria during HS lunch tomorrow to talk to someone from the Navy.
  • Today is the last day to donate period & hygiene products to the HER Drive. The mentor group that collects the most items will win a pizza or donut party. 
  • Missing your keys? Please stop by the attendance office to claim them. All unclaimed items will be tossed out in the trash on March 11.

Friday, March 4th:

  • Black History Month artists need to see Ms. Ficke ASAP to pick up their artwork.
  • Congratulations to Imani Montgomery who was chosen as an honored artist for the Youth Art Month Exhibition and Sambridhi Rai who was chosen as an honored artist for the Young People’s Art Exhibition, both sponsored by the Ohio Art Education Association. Only 95 student works from all over the state were selected for each show!
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The Local Scholarship applications are now available!!!  There is A LOT of money that will be awarded, but you need to apply in order to win something. Please go to the FSC Counseling web page to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • Seniors, there are less than 3 months until graduation, so let us know what you want to do after high school! Follow ftseniors on Instagram and send a DM about your post-graduation plans.
  • Juniors that took the ACT this week need to complete their MyACT account TODAY. This account will allow you to send 4 free test reports to schools and receive your results faster. Reach out to your counselor with questions!
  • Attention all students! We are looking for students who are interested in being trained as Restorative Peer Mediators (RPMs). If you are interested, please see Ms. Dietz. 
  • Interested in the Navy? Come to the cafeteria during HS lunch on Tuesday to talk to someone from the Navy.
  • Sign-ups for Finneytown’s Got Talent audition times are posted in the MS and HS lobbies. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Cleghorn in room 206.
  • The HER Drive for hygiene and period products has been extended to March 7th and it’s now a mentor group competition! The mentor group that collects the most items will win a pizza or donut party. 
  • Missing your keys? Please stop by the attendance office to claim them. All unclaimed items will be tossed out in the trash on March 11.
  • Today is Marching Music Day, a day to celebrate all varieties of art forms that bring us “music on the move” and to honor the dedicated musicians and performers of many diverse styles and backgrounds. For centuries, the beat of a drum has kept military units moving in unison. From the training field to the battlefield, the football stadium to the Broadway stage, marching music delights performers and spectators. They also perform in small gyms, auditoriums, and grand arenas. From small parades to impressive spectacles, fifers, pipers, buglers, drum corps, marching bands, parade groups, drill teams, and color guards bring music to life. They bring audiences to their feet while stirring a crowd to an enthusiastic roar. Special shout out to our amazing Wildcat Marching Band!

Thursday, March 3rd:

  • Students are reminded that wearing masks is still mandatory per Finneytown Local School Board policy. 
  • Anyone interested in playing football in the fall needs to meet Coach Warmack in the locker room at 3:05 today.
  • Wildcat Nation! Our very own Nate Heath will be bowling for a state championship tomorrow in Columbus! Let’s lift Nate up and send him our best wishes as he represents Wildcat Nation at the state championships!
  • Attention ALL seniors!! The Local Scholarship applications are now available!!!  There is A LOT of money that will be awarded, but you need to apply in order to win something. Please go to the FSC Counseling web page to access the applications. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Counts.
  • Seniors, there are less than 3 months until graduation, so let us know what you want to do after high school! Follow ftseniors on Instagram and DM us your post-graduation plans to be featured. Congratulations class of 2022!
  • Juniors that took the ACT this week need to complete their MyACT account by March 4th. This account will allow you to send 4 free test reports to schools and receive your results faster. Reach out to your counselor with questions!
  • Hey Choir families! We will be meeting Thursday after school in the Orchestra room from 3:15-4 pm. See you there!
  • Attention all students! We are looking for students who are interested in being trained as Restorative Peer Mediators (RPMs). If you are interested, please give your name to Ms. Dietz or a teacher and ask them to email Ms. Dietz. 
  • Interested in the Armed Forces? Come to the cafeteria during HS lunch today to talk to someone from the National Guard, and to someone from the Navy next Tuesday.
  • Sign-ups for Finneytown’s Got Talent audition times are posted in the MS and HS lobbies. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Cleghorn in room 206.
  • The HER Drive has been extended to March 7th and it’s now a mentor group competition! The mentor group that collects the most items will win a pizza or donut party. Bring in your hygiene and period products to help combat period poverty!
  • Interested in playing tennis? Come to the informational meetings after school today in room 211. Boys in grades 9-12 will meet at 3:15. Girls in grades 8-11 will meet at 4:15.  211.

Tuesday, March 1st:

  • Students are reminded that wearing masks is still mandatory per Finneytown Local School Board policy. 
  • World Culture Night is taking place at Brent Elementary tonight from 6:30-8:00. Everyone is invited to experience all of the cultures that make up the Finneytown community by enjoying food, dancing, and special activities related to each culture.
  • Attention all students! We are looking for students who are interested in being trained as Restorative Peer Mediators (RPMs). If you are interested, please give your name to Ms. Dietz or a teacher and ask them to email Ms. Dietz. 
  • Juniors and Seniors: Please check your school email to request songs that will be played at Prom.
  • Interested in the Armed Forces? Come to the cafeteria during HS lunch today to talk to someone from the Air Force, Thursday the National Guard, and next Tuesday the Navy.
  • Sign-ups for Finneytown’s Got Talent audition times are posted in the MS and HS lobbies. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Cleghorn in room 206.
  • The HER Drive has been extended to March 7th and it’s now a mentor group competition! The mentor group that collects the most items will win a pizza or donut party. Bring in your hygiene and period products to help combat period poverty!
  • 11th grade students are the ONLY students who will report to school tomorrow as all juniors will be taking the ACT. Juniors will need to arrive at school between 7:30 am & 7:45 am for check in–WITH THEIR PHOTO IDs and FULLY CHARGED CHROMEBOOKS–and to receive their room assignments. Students must be on time or they will not be permitted to take the exam. Please reach out to your counselor with questions. 
  • Interested in playing tennis? Come to the informational meetings on Thursday in room 211. Boys in grades 9-12 will meet at 3:15. Girls in grades 8-11 will meet at 4:15.

Monday, February 28th:

  • The middle school wrestlers traveled to Wilmington this weekend for the Regional wrestling tournament, and six of our wrestlers advanced to the state wrestling tournament:  
    • Brady Volz – 1st place
    • James Paudel – 1st place
    • Alyssa Bolt – 3rd place
    • Dominick Schoff – 4th place
    • CJ Summers – 4th place
    • My’shawna Tinsley – 5th place

Great job wrestlers! We will keep you posted on their successes at the state wrestling tournament.  

  • Attention all students! We are looking for students who are interested in being trained as Restorative Peer Mediators (RPMs). We are conducting an overnight training session from  Friday, April 15th to Saturday, April 16th at Hueston Woods Lodge in Oxford, OH. All meals, transportation, and lodging costs will be provided. If you are interested, please give your name to Ms. Dietz or a teacher and ask them to email Ms. Dietz. We would like to select 4 students from each grade level!
  • Juniors and Seniors: Please check your school email to request songs that will be played at Prom.
  • Want to speak to someone about joining the Armed Forces? Come to the cafeteria during HS lunch on Tuesday for the Air Force, Thursday for the National Guard, and next Tuesday for the Navy.
  • Sign-ups for Finneytown’s Got Talent audition times are posted in the MS and HS lobbies. Time to warm up your vocal chords, get your dance crews together and be ready to show us what you’ve got!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Cleghorn in room 206.
  • It’s not too late to donate to the HER Drive! There is a donation box for hygiene items & period products in Mr. Farr’s room, 103, or DM Gabi Roque or Annie Haarlammert @ft.herdrive for a donation pickup. 
  • 11th grade students are the ONLY students who will report to school on Wednesday as all juniors will be taking the ACT. Juniors will need to arrive at school between 7:30 am & 7:45 am for check in–WITH THEIR PHOTO IDs and FULLY CHARGED CHROMEBOOKS–and to receive their room assignments. Students must be on time or they will not be permitted to take the exam. Please reach out to your counselor with questions. 
  • Interested in playing tennis? Come to the informational meetings on Thursday in room 211. Boys in grades 9-12 will meet at 3:15. Girls in grades 8-11 will meet at 4:15.

Friday, February 25th:

  • Many thanks to the students who helped a parent unload a lot of heavy items at the concession stand recently. We love it when you act with compassion and are helpful to others. Way to show our community who we are, Wildcats!  
  • The Boys Bowling team finished 6th place in Districts just 84 pins from making the state tournament. Nate Heath shot a 708 series and will be bowling at the state tournament as an individual. He also set a School District record with 708 and an average of 236. He will bowl in Columbus on Friday March 4th.
  • Attention all students! We are looking for students who are interested in being trained as Restorative Peer Mediators (RPMs). We are conducting an overnight training session from  Friday, April 15th to Saturday, April 16th at Hueston Woods Lodge in Oxford, OH. All meals, transportation, and lodging costs will be provided. If you are interested, please give your name to Ms. Dietz or a teacher and ask them to email Ms. Dietz. We would like to select 4 students from each grade level!
  • Juniors and Seniors: Please check your school email to request songs that will be played at Prom.
  • Want to speak to someone about joining the Armed Forces? Come to the cafeteria during HS lunch on the following days:
    • Tuesday: Air Force
    • Thursday: National Guard
    • Tuesday, March 8: Navy
  • Finneytown’s Got Talent season has begun! What are your talents? Auditions will begin today during mentor group and will run until next Friday. Sign ups for audition times are posted in the MS and HS lobbies. Time to warm up your vocal chords, get your dance crews together and be ready to show us what you’ve got!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Cleghorn in room 206.
  • The Chess Tournament will take place on Monday for those who have signed up. Spectators are welcome!
  • Please consider donating to the HER Drive for the month of February to help combat period & hygiene poverty in our area. Any period product or hygiene item (like toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, lotion, etc.) will be happily accepted. There is a donation box in Mr. Farr’s room, 103, or DM Gabi Roque or Annie Haarlammert @ft.herdrive for a donation pickup. 
  • 11th grade students are the ONLY students who will report to school on Wednesday as all juniors will be taking the ACT. Every 11th grade student has already been signed up. Free test prep can be accessed on the ACT website or you can ask for a hard copy of the practice test in the counseling office. Juniors will need to arrive at school between 7:30 am & 7:45 am for check in–WITH THEIR PHOTO IDs and FULLY CHARGED CHROMEBOOKS–and to receive their room assignment. Students must be on time or they will not be permitted to take the exam. Please reach out to your counselor with questions. 
  • Interested in playing tennis? Come to the informational meetings on Thursday, March 3 in room 211. Boys in grades 9-12 will meet at 3:15. Girls in grades 8-11 will meet at 4:15. See Mrs. Haskin in the Attendance Office for more information.

Thursday, February 24th:

  • Want to speak to someone about joining the Armed Forces? Come to the cafeteria during HS lunch on the following days:
    • Today: Army
    • Next Tuesday: Air Force
    • Next Thursday: National Guard
    • Tuesday, March 8: Navy
  • Finneytown’s Got Talent season has begun! What are your talents? Auditions will begin today during mentor group and will run until next Friday. Sign ups for audition times are posted in the MS and HS lobbies. Time to warm up your vocal chords, get your dance crews together and be ready to show us what you’ve got!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Cleghorn in room 206.
  • There will be choir practice after school today in the Orchestra Room from 3:15-4 pm.  Come and sing!
  • Poetry Club will be meeting after school today in Mr. Budday’s room, 107. All are welcome!
  • Please consider donating to the HER Drive for the month of February to help combat period & hygiene poverty in our area. Any period product or hygiene item (like toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, lotion, etc.) will be happily accepted. There is a donation box in Mr. Farr’s room, 103, or DM Gabi Roque or Annie Haarlammert @ft.herdrive for a donation pickup. 
  • ACT update: Finneytown juniors will be taking the ACT on Wednesday, March 2nd. All 11th grade students have been automatically signed up for this test. Free test prep can be accessed on ACT’s website or there are a few hard copies of a practice test in the counseling office. Students will need to arrive at school between 7:30 am & 7:45 am for check in and to receive their room assignment. Students must be on time or will not be permitted to take the exam. Reach out to your counselor with questions. 
  • Interested in playing tennis? Come to the informational meetings on Thursday, March 3 in room 211. Boys in grades 9-12 will meet at 3:15. Girls in grades 8-11 will meet at 4:15. See Mrs. Haskin in the Attendance Office for more information.

Wednesday, February 23rd:

  • Want to speak to someone about joining the Armed Forces? Come to the cafeteria during HS lunch on the following days:
    • Tomorrow: Army
    • Next Tuesday: Air Force
    • Thursday, March 3: National Guard
    • Tuesday, March 8: Navy
  • Finneytown’s Got Talent season has begun! What are your talents? Auditions will begin tomorrow during mentor group and will run until next Friday. Sign ups for audition times are posted in the MS and HS lobbies. Time to warm up your vocal chords, get your dance crews together and be ready to show us what you’ve got!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Cleghorn in room 206.
  • There will be an information meeting today for High School boys interested in playing baseball during High School lunch in room 211.
  • The National Honor Society will be hosting a sensational, miraculous, unparalleled full meeting today during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is mandatory.
  • There will be choir practice after school tomorrow in the Orchestra Room from 3:15-4 pm.  Come and sing!
  • Please consider donating to the HER Drive for the month of February to help combat period & hygiene poverty in our area. Any period product or hygiene item (like toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, lotion, etc.) will be happily accepted. There is a donation box in Mr. Farr’s room, 103, or DM Gabi Roque or Annie Haarlammert @ft.herdrive for a donation pickup. 
  • ACT update: Finneytown juniors will be taking the ACT next Wednesday, March 2nd. All 11th grade students have been automatically signed up for this test. Free test prep can be accessed on ACT’s website or there are a few hard copies of a practice test in the counseling office. Students will need to arrive at school between 7:30 am & 7:45 am for check in and to receive their room assignment. Students must be on time or will not be permitted to take the exam. Reach out to your counselor with questions. 
  • Interested in playing tennis? Come to the informational meetings on March 3 in room 211. Boys in grades 9-12 will meet at 3:15. Girls in grades 8-11 will meet at 4:15. See Mrs. Haskin in the Attendance Office for more information.

Tuesday, 2/22/22:

  • Congratulations to Mrs. Ficke, Art teacher extraordinaire, for being named this year’s “T” in the PTA Winner, formerly known as the PTA Outstanding Educator of the Year award. We’re grateful for you, Mrs. Ficke!
  • Want to speak to someone about joining the Armed Forces? Come to the cafeteria during HS lunch on the following days:
    • Today: Marines
    • Thursday: Army
    • Tuesday, March 1: Air Force
    • Thursday, March 3: National Guard
    • Tuesday, March 8: Navy
  • Finneytown’s Got Talent season has begun! What are your talents? Auditions will begin on Thursday during mentor group and will run until next Friday. Sign ups for audition times are posted in the MS and HS lobbies. Time to warm up your vocal chords, get your dance crews together and be ready to show us what you’ve got!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Cleghorn in room 206.
  • Congratulations to the Bowling Teams for a great season! 
  • Nathan Deuitch made 1st team All CHL
  • Nate Heath made 2nd team All CHL
  • Adam Steimle was an Honorable Mention
  • Anya Revelle made 2nd team All CHL Ladies
  • Our Varsity Boys qualified for the State District tournament (first time in school history!!!) and will be bowling in Beavercreek on Wednesday.
  • Our bowlers will bowl in the All-Star Tournament on March 26th at Western Bowl
  • If anyone is interested in becoming a bowler, please let the athletic department know. We have lots of activities in the spring and summer time.
  • For High School boys interested in playing baseball this season, there will be an information meeting on Wednesday during High School lunch in room 211.
  • The National Honor Society will be hosting a sensational, miraculous, unparalleled full meeting on Wednesday during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is mandatory.
  • Please consider donating to the HER Drive for the month of February to help combat period & hygiene poverty in our area. Any period product or hygiene item (like toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, lotion, etc.) will be happily accepted. There is a donation box in Mr. Farr’s room, 103, or DM Gabi Roque or Annie Haarlammert @ft.herdrive for a donation pickup. 
  • ACT update: Finneytown juniors will be taking the ACT on Wednesday, March 2nd. All 11th grade students have been automatically signed up for this test. Free test prep can be accessed on ACT’s website or there are a few hard copies of a practice test in the counseling office. Students will need to arrive at school between 7:30 & 7:45 am for check in and to receive their room assignment. Students must be on time or will not be permitted to take the exam. Reach out to your counselor with questions. 
  • Interested in playing tennis? Come to the informational meetings on March 3 in room 211. Boys in grades 9-12 will meet at 3:15. Girls in grades 8-11 will meet at 4:15. See Mrs. Haskin in the Attendance Office for more information.

Thursday, February 17th:

  • Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Bowling team. They are moving on to District Championships!
  • There will be no Track practice today due to conferences. The official start of the season is Tuesday of next week. An announcement will be made where we will meet for practice.
  • The girls’ restroom in the 100 hallway is now open. Let’s all do the right thing and treat it well so that it remains open!
  • The Community Garden Club is hosting a meeting today during MS and HS lunch bells. Middle School will be meeting in Ms. Klumb’s room 342 while High School will be meeting in Mr. Chambers’ room 244. All are welcome!
  • Interested in playing baseball? There will be an informational meeting for boys in grades 9-12 during HS lunch today in room 211.
  • There will be Choir practice after school today in the Orchestra Room from 3:15-4 pm. Come and sing!
  • Finneytown’s Got Talent season has begun! What are your talents? Auditions will begin next week, on Thursday, February 25th during mentor group and will run until the following Friday, March 4th. Sign ups for audition times will be posted in the MS and HS lobbies beginning Tuesday, February 22nd. TIme to warm up your vocal chords, get your dance crews together and be ready to show us what you’ve got!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Cleghorn in room 206.
  • Please consider donating to the HER Drive for the month of February to help combat period & hygiene poverty in our area. Any period product or hygiene item (like toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, lotion, etc.) will be happily accepted. There is a donation box in Mr. Farr’s room, 103, or DM Gabi Roque or Annie Haarlammert @ft.herdrive for a donation pickup. 
  • Want to speak to someone about joining the Armed Forces? Come to the cafeteria during HS lunch on the following days:
    • Tuesday, Feb. 22: Marines
    • Thursday, Feb. 24: Army
    • Tuesday, March 1: Air Force
    • Thursday, March 3: National Guard
    • Tuesday, March 8: Navy
  • Interested in playing tennis? Come to the informational meetings on March 3 in room 211. Boys in grades 9-12 will meet at 3:15. Girls in grades 8-11 will meet at 4:15. See Mrs. Haskin in the Attendance Office for more information.

Wednesday, February 16th:

  • The girls’ restroom in the 100 hallway is now open. Let’s all do the right thing and treat it well so that it remains open!
  • The Community Garden Club is hosting a meeting tomorrow during MS and HS lunch bells. Middle School will be meeting in Ms. Klumb’s room 342 while High School will be meeting in Mr. Chambers’ room 244. All are welcome!
  • Interested in playing baseball? There will be an informational meeting for boys in grades 9-12 during HS lunch tomorrow in room 211.
  • There will be choir after school tomorrow in the Orchestra Room from 3:15-4 pm. Come and sing!
  • Please consider donating to the HER Drive for the month of February to help combat period & hygiene poverty in our area. Any period product or hygiene item (like toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, lotion, etc.) will be happily accepted. There is a donation box in Mr. Farr’s room, 103, or DM Gabi Roque or Annie Haarlammert @ft.herdrive for a donation pickup. 
  • Want to speak to someone in the Armed Forces about joining the military? Join us in the cafeteria during HS lunch on the following days:
    • Tuesday, Feb. 22: Marines
    • Thursday, Feb. 24: Army
    • Tuesday, March 1: Air Force
    • Thursday, March 3: National Guard
    • Tuesday, March 8: Navy
  • Interested in playing tennis? Come to the informational meetings on March 3 in room 211. Boys in grades 9-12 will meet at 3:15. Girls in grades 8-11 will meet at 4:15. See Mrs. Haskin in the Attendance Office for more information.

Tuesday, February 15th:

  • Over the weekend, the Middle School Wrestling team traveled to Taylor to compete in the CHL tournament. They scored 125 points and finished third behind only Indian Hill and host school Taylor, who won the event. The Wildcats finished ahead of Deer Park, Wyoming, Mariemont, Madeira and Reading. This was the highest finish for the Wildcats since 2005 when they finished 2nd. This 3rd place finish makes Wrestling Finneytown’s most successful middle school team this winter. Congratulations to the following wrestlers:
    • 8th Grader Brady Volz: GOLD MEDAL in a heavier weight class 
    • 8th Grader Vincent Foggie: GOLD MEDAL in a heavier weight class
    • 8th Grader Dominick Schoff: Silver Medal
    • 7th Grader Tylandis McNeil: Silver medal in a heavier weight class
    • 8th Grader Alyssa Bolt: Bronze Medal in the  BOYS division
    • 7th Grader Hosea Clark: Bronze Medal 
    • 7th Grader CJ Summers: Bronze Medal 
    • 8th Grader Malachi Thomas: 4th Place 
    • 7th Grader Wesley Hall: 4th Place 
    • 8th Grader Myshawnna Tinsley: 5th place in the BOYS division
    • 8th Grader James Paudel: 5th place 
    • 7th Grader Sharoj Gurung: 5th place
    • 7th Grader Nolan Ficke: 5th Place 
  • Congratulations to the HS Girls Basketball team who won the first round of tournament play over the weekend, beating Blanchester 53 to 34.
  • The Community Garden Club is hosting a meeting on Thursday, Feb. 17th during MS and HS lunch bells. Middle School will be meeting in Ms. Klumb’s room 342, while High School will be meeting in Mr. Chambers’ room 244. All are welcome!
  • Please consider donating to the HER Drive for the month of February to help combat period & hygiene poverty in our area. Any period product or hygiene item (like toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, lotion, etc.) will be happily accepted. There is a donation box in Mr. Farr’s room, 103, or DM Gabi Roque or Annie Haarlammert @ft.herdrive for a donation pickup. 
  • Want to speak to someone in the Armed Forces about joining the military? Join us in the cafeteria during HS lunch on the following days:
    • Tuesday, Feb. 22: Marines
    • Thursday, Feb. 24: Army
    • Tuesday, March 1: Air Force
    • Thursday, March 3: National Guard
    • Tuesday, March 8: Navy
  • Interested in playing tennis? Come to the informational meetings on March 3 in room 211. Boys in grades 9-12 will meet at 3:15. Girls in grades 8-11 will meet at 4:15. See Mrs. Haskin in the Attendance Office for more information.

Fridey, February 11th:

  • Interested in giving blood on Tuesday but think you might have missed the deadline? Good news–it’s not too late! There are 3 time slots available. Please contact Ms. Howard as soon as possible or sign up online.
  • Come and support our Boys Basketball team during Senior Night at 7:30 tonight in the main gym.
  • Please consider donating to the HER Drive for the month of February to help combat period & hygiene poverty in our area. Any period product or hygiene item (like toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, lotion, etc.) will be happily accepted. There is a donation box in Mr. Farr’s room, 103, or DM Gabi Roque or Annie Haarlammert @ft.herdrive for a donation pickup. 
  • Want to speak to someone in the Armed Forces about what it’s like to join the military? Join us in the cafeteria during HS lunch on the following days:
    • Tuesday, Feb. 22: Marines
    • Thursday, Feb. 24: Army
    • Tuesday, March 1: Air Force
    • Thursday, March 3: National Guard
    • Tuesday, March 8: Navy
  • Interested in playing tennis? Come to the informational meetings on March 3 in room 211. Boys in grades 9-12 will meet at 3:15. Girls in grades 8-11 will meet at 4:15. See Mrs. Haskin in the Attendance Office for more information.
  • CCP update: did you miss the CCP lunch meeting? The presentation is available on the counseling website. All students planning to participate in CCP during the 2022-2023 school year need to complete the CCP Intent Form by April 1, which is also available on the counseling website.

Thursdey, February 10th:

  • Alyssa Bolt and My’Shawanna Tinsley traveled to Norwood on Tuesday night for their Girls Junior High Wrestling meet. Alyssa went 2-0 with two 1st period pins (one of them was in about 10 seconds!) My’Shawanna went 1 and 0 with a decisive 2nd period pin. Congratulations!
  • Do you want to play in the chess tournament? Go to Mr. Farr’s room, 103, and sign up before the end of the day today!
  • GSTA is sponsoring a Valentine’s Day meal today during HS lunch. All are welcome!
  • Poetry Club will meet in Mr. Budday’s room, 107, today after school. All are welcome!
  • Choir will be meeting after school today. See you there!
  • Come and support our Boys Basketball team during Senior Night at 7:30 on Friday in the main gym.
  • Finneytown’s 3rd annual blood drive will be held next Tuesday.  Information is available from your mentor teacher or Ms. Howard.
  • Please consider donating to the HER Drive for the month of February to help combat period & hygiene poverty in our area. Any period product or hygiene item (like toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, lotion, etc.) will be happily accepted. There is a donation box in Mr. Farr’s room, 103, or DM Gabi Roque or Annie Haarlammert @ft.herdrive for a donation pickup. 
  • Interested in playing tennis? Come to the informational meetings on March 3 in room 211. Boys in grades 9-12 will meet at 3:15. Girls in grades 8-11 will meet at 4:15. See Mrs. Haskin in the Attendance Office for more information.
  • CCP update: did you miss the CCP lunch meeting? The presentation is available on the counseling website. All students planning to participate in CCP during the 2022-2023 school year need to complete the CCP Intent Form by April 1, which is also available on the counseling website.
  • Happy National School Counseling week! We are grateful for our wonderful school counselors: Ms. Styles, Ms. Belschner, Ms. Brown, and Ms. Counts.

Wednesdey, February 9th:

  • The library is closed every bell today for all students except CCP students & those being tested. It will also be closed during lunch. If you have technology needs, please enter the tech office through the door in the hallway. 
  • There will be NO TableTop Gaming Club today due to parent-teacher conferences tonight. 
  • The National Honor Society will be hosting a meeting today during HS lunch in room 117.
  • Anyone interested in Winter Guard should attend an informational meeting in the band room today from 3:15-3:45. Please see Mr. Delaney if you have any questions.
  • Do you want to play in the chess tournament? Go to Mr. Farr’s room, 103, and sign up before the end of the day tomorrow!
  • GSTA is sponsoring a Valentine’s Day meal tomorrow during HS lunch. All are welcome!
  • Poetry Club will meet in Mr. Budday’s room, 107, tomorrow after school. All are welcome!
  • Choir will be meeting after school tomorrow.  See you there!
  • Finneytown’s 3rd annual blood drive will be held next Tuesday.  Information is available from your mentor teacher or Ms. Howard.
  • Please consider donating to the HER Drive for the month of February to help combat period & hygiene poverty in our area. Any period product or hygiene item (like toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, lotion, etc.) will be happily accepted. There is a donation box in Mr. Farr’s room, 103, or DM Gabi Roque or Annie Haarlammert @ft.herdrive for a donation pickup. 
  • Interested in playing tennis? Come to the informational meetings on Thursday, March 3rd, in room 211. Boys in grades 9-12 will meet at 3:15. Girls in grades 8-11 will meet at 4:15. See Mrs. Haskin in the Attendance Office for more information.
  • CCP update: did you miss the CCP lunch meeting? The presentation is available on the counseling website. All students planning to participate in CCP during the 2022-2023 school year need to complete the CCP Intent Form by April 1, which is also available on the counseling website.

Tuesdey, February 8th:

  • The library is closed every bell today for all students except CCP students & those being tested. It will also be closed during lunch and after school. If you have technology needs, please enter the tech office through the door in the hallway. 
  • Tonight at 6:00 is the last home game for girls’ basketball. Come & support our Wildcats!
  • Anyone interested in Winter Guard should attend an informational meeting in the band room tomorrow from 3:15-3:45. Please see Mr. Delaney if you have any questions.
  • Do you want to play in the chess tournament? Go to Mr. Farr’s room, 103, and sign up before Thursday!
  • Finneytown’s 3rd annual blood drive will be held next Tuesday.  Information is available from your mentor teacher or Ms. Howard. Thank you to everyone who has signed up to donate — all time slots have been filled!
  • Please consider donating to the HER Drive for the month of February to help combat period & hygiene poverty in our area. Any period product or hygiene item (like toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, lotion, etc.) will be happily accepted. There is a donation box in Mr. Farr’s room, 103, or DM Gabi Roque or Annie Haarlammert @ft.herdrive for a donation pickup. 
  • CCP update: did you miss the CCP lunch meeting? The presentation is available on the counseling website. All students planning to participate in CCP during the 2022-2023 school year need to complete the CCP Intent Form by April 1, which is also available on the counseling website.

Mondey, February 7th:

  • The library is closed every bell today for all students except CCP students & those being tested. It will also be closed during middle school lunch. If you have technology needs, please enter the tech office through the door in the hallway. 
  • Anyone interested in Winter Guard should attend an informational meeting in the band room on Wednesday from 3:15-3:45. Please see Mr. Delaney if you have any questions.
  • Do you want to play in the chess tournament? Go to Mr. Farr’s room, 103, and sign up before Thursday!
  • Finneytown’s 3rd annual blood drive will be held on February 15th.  Information is available from your mentor teacher or Ms. Howard.
  • Please consider donating to the HER Drive for the month of February to help combat period & hygiene poverty in our area. Any period product or hygiene item (like toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, lotion, etc.) will be happily accepted. There is a donation box in Mr. Farr’s room, 103, or DM Gabi Roque or Annie Haarlammert @ft.herdrive for a donation pickup.

Wednesday, February 2nd:

Happy twos-day!

  • The library is closed every bell today for all students except CCP students & those being tested. It will also be closed during lunch. If you have technology needs, please enter the tech office through the door in the hallway. 
  • The Girls varsity basketball senior night game is tonight at 6:00. Wear black & help us break the attendance record while winning free stuff. 
  • Track will have a meeting after school today in Mr. Hafner’s Room, 101.
  • Anyone interested in Winter Guard should attend an informational meeting in the band room next Wednesday, Feb. 9th, from 3:15-3:45. Please see Mr. Delaney if you have any questions.
  • Do you want to play in the chess tournament? Go to Mr. Farr’s room, 103, and sign up before February 10th!
  • Finneytown’s 3rd annual blood drive will be held on February 15th.  Information is available from your mentor teacher or Ms. Howard.
  • Please consider donating to the HER Drive for the month of February to help combat period & hygiene poverty in our area. Any period product or hygiene item (like toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, lotion, etc.) will be happily accepted. There is a donation box in Mr. Farr’s room, 103, or DM Gabi Roque or Annie Haarlammert @ft.herdrive for a donation pickup. 
  • We would like to wish our amazing principal, Ms. Miller, a very happy birthday!

Tuesday, February 1st:

  • The library is closed for testing all bells today for everyone except CCP students & those being tested. It will also be closed during lunch & after school. If you have technology needs, please enter the tech office through the door in the hallway. Sorry for the inconvenience. 
  • GSTA Leadership will be meeting during lunch today in Budday’s room, 107.
  • Do you want to support your seniors? Do you like to get free stuff? Do you want to help set a record for attendance? If yes, then come to the Girls varsity basketball senior night game tomorrow at 6:00. Your presale ticket will include admission to the game, a snack from the concession stand, and a raffle ticket with a chance to win free stuff. You can purchase your paper ticket during lunch. Tickets are $5 presale, instead of the normal $8 online. Wear black to support the blackout theme. See Mr Crawley in room 102, Noemi Yisrael, or Isabel Valle if you have any questions. 
  • Track will have a meeting after school tomorrow in Mr. Hafner’s Room, 101.
  • Anyone interested in Winter Guard should attend an informational meeting in the band room on Wednesday, Feb. 9th from 3:15-3:45. Please see Mr. Delaney if you have any questions.
  • Do you want to play in the chess tournament? Go to Mr. Farr’s room, 103, and sign up before February 10th!
  • Finneytown’s 3rd annual blood drive will be held on February 15th.  Information is available from your mentor teacher or Ms. Howard.

Monday, January 31st:

  • The library is closed for testing all bells today for everyone except CCP students & those being tested. If you have technology needs, please enter the tech office through the door in the hallway. Sorry for the inconvenience.
  • GSTA Leadership will be meeting during lunch tomorrow in Budday’s room, 107.
  • Do you want to support your seniors? Do you like to get free stuff? Do you want to help set a record for attendance? If yes, then come to the Girls varsity basketball senior night game on Wednesday at 6:00. Your presale ticket will include admission to the game, a snack from the concession stand, and a raffle ticket with a chance to win free stuff. You can purchase your paper ticket during lunch. Tickets are $5 presale, instead of the normal $8 online. Wear black to support the blackout theme. See Mr Crawley in room 102, Noemi Yisrael, or Isabel Valle if you have any questions. 
  • Track will have a meeting after school on Wednesday in Mr. Hafner’s Room, 101.
  • Anyone interested in Winter Guard should attend an informational meeting in the band room on Wednesday, Feb. 9th from 3:15-3:45. Please see Mr. Delaney if you have any questions.
  • Finneytown’s 3rd annual blood drive will be held on February 15th.  Information is available from your mentor teacher or Ms. Howard.

Friday, January 28th:

  • Do you want to support your seniors? Do you like to get free stuff? Do you want to help set a record for attendance? If yes, then here is your chance. Come to the Girls varsity basketball senior night game on Wednesday, February 2 at 6:00. Your presale ticket will include admission to the game, a snack from the concession stand, and a raffle ticket with a chance to win free stuff. You can purchase your paper ticket beginning on Friday during lunch and continuing next week. Tickets are $5 presale, instead of the normal $8 online. Wear black to support the blackout theme. Any questions, see Mr Crawley in room 102, Noemi Yisrael, or Isabel Valle. 
  • Finneytown’s 3rd annual blood drive will be held on February 15th.  Information is available from your mentor teacher or Ms. Howard.

Thursday, January 27th:

  • The library is CLOSED for the CCP meeting during HS lunch today. Sorry for the inconvenience.
  • Last night the middle school Wrestling Wildcats took it to the Princeton Vikings! The victory over the Vikings was a tough battle on the mat. Allysa Bolt, Dominick Schoff, Brady Volz, Vincent Foggie, and James Paudel pinned their opponents, while Myshawnna Tinsley, Hosea Clark, CJ Summers, and Ty McNeil wrestled like champions and helped our team come out victorious over Princeton. Our high school wrestlers battled tough against Princeton and Winton Woods. Conner Quinn, Mark Miller, and Marcus Miller wrestled like champions against tough opponents. The high standards the wrestling team has set for themselves is paying off in victories and building the foundation of a winning Wildcat program. We are restoring the Wildcat roar! 
  • The Community Garden Club is hosting a meeting today during middle school and high school lunch. Middle school will be meeting in Ms. Klumb’s room 342 while high school will be meeting in Mr. Chambers’ room 244. All are welcome!
  • CCP meeting for 2022-2023 school year: Our annual presentation with information about the CCP program and applying for the upcoming school year will be held today during high school lunch in the Media Center. You must attend if you are planning to take CCP classes next year!
  • Any boys in grades 9-12 and girls in grades 8-12 who are interested in playing tennis need to attend a meeting today in room 211 at 3:15.
  • Hey Choir! We will be meeting today after school from 3:15-4 pm. Bring a friend and come sing!
  • Do you want to support your seniors? Do you like to get free stuff? Do you want to help set a record for attendance? If yes, then here is your chance. Come to the Girls varsity basketball senior night game on Wednesday, February 2 at 6:00. Your presale ticket will include admission to the game, a snack from the concession stand, and a raffle ticket with a chance to win free stuff. You can purchase your paper ticket beginning on Friday during lunch and continuing next week. Tickets are $5 presale, instead of the normal $8 online. Wear black to support the blackout theme. Any questions, see Mr Crawley in room 102, Noemi Yisrael, or Isabel Valle. 
  • Finneytown’s 3rd annual blood drive will be held on February 15th. Information is available from your mentor teacher or Ms. Howard.

Wednesday, January 26th:

  • The library is CLOSED for HS lunch today. Sorry for the inconvenience.
  • Seniors– make sure you check your email to vote for this year’s prom theme. Voting is open through the end of the day today.
  • Poetry Club will be meeting TODAY after school in Mr. Budday’s room 107. All are welcome!
  • Tonight the Finneytown wrestling team travels to Princeton for a middle and high school tri-meet against Princeton and Winton Woods. The wrestling teams have worked hard to prepare and set high expectations for themselves tonight. We will battle hard to restore the wildcat roar.
  • The National Honor Society will be holding a full meeting today during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is mandatory.
  • The Community Garden Club is hosting a meeting tomorrow during middle school and high school lunch. Middle school will be meeting in Ms. Klumb’s room 342 while high school will be meeting in Mr. Chambers’ room 244. All are welcome!
  • CCP meeting for 2022-2023 school year: Our annual presentation with information about the CCP program and applying for the upcoming school year will be held tomorrow during high school lunch in the Media Center. You must attend if you are planning to take CCP classes next year!
  • Any boys in grades 9-12 and girls in grades 8-12 who are interested in playing tennis need to attend a meeting tomorrow in room 211 at 3:15.
  • Hey Choir! We will be meeting this Thursday after school from 3:15-4 pm. Bring a friend and come sing!
  • Do you want to support your seniors? Do you like to get free stuff? Do you want to help set a record for attendance? If yes, then here is your chance. Come to the Girls varsity basketball senior night game on Wednesday, February 2 at 6:00. Your presale ticket will include admission to the game, a snack from the concession stand, and a raffle ticket with a chance to win free stuff. You can purchase your paper ticket beginning on Friday during lunch and continuing next week. Tickets are $5 presale, instead of the normal $8 online. Wear black to support the blackout theme. Any questions, see Mr Crawley in room 102, Noemi Yisrael, or Isabel Valle. 
  • Finneytown’s 3rd annual blood drive will be held on February 15th. Information will be available during mentor group.

Tuesday, January 25th:

  • The library will be closed for 6th bell today. Sorry for the inconvenience.
  • Seniors- make sure you check your email to vote for this year’s prom theme. Voting is open through the end of the day on Wednesday.
  • The National Honor Society will be holding a full meeting tomorrow during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is mandatory.
  • The Community Garden Club is hosting a meeting on Thursday the 27th during middle school and high school lunch. Middle school will be meeting in Ms. Klumb’s room 342 while high school will be meeting in Mr. Chambers’ room 244. All are welcome!
  • CCP meeting for 2022-2023 school year: Our annual presentation with information about the CCP program and applying for the upcoming school year will be held on Thursday during high school lunch in the Media Center. You must attend if you are planning to take CCP classes next year!
  • Any boys in grades 9-12 and girls in grades 8-12 who are interested in playing tennis need to attend a meeting on Thursday in room 211 at 3:15.
  • Do you want to support your seniors? Do you like to get free stuff? Do you want to help set a record for attendance? If yes, then here is your chance. Come to the Girls varsity basketball senior night game on Wednesday, February 2 at 6:00. Your presale ticket will include admission to the game, a snack from the concession stand, and a raffle ticket with a chance to win free stuff. You can purchase your paper ticket beginning on Friday during lunch and continuing next week. Tickets are $5 presale, instead of the normal $8 online. Wear black to support the blackout theme. Any questions, see Mr. Crawley in room 102, Noemi Yisrael, or Isabel Valle.

Monday, January 24th:

  • There will be no Chess Club today. 
  • There will be no Peer Mediator meeting today.
  • The National Honor Society will be holding a full meeting on Wednesday the 26th during high school lunch in room 117. NHS member attendance is mandatory.
  • The community garden club is hosting a meeting on Thursday during middle school and high school lunches. The middle school meeting location is ‘to be determined’ while the high school will be meeting in room 244 (Mr. Chambers’ room). All are welcome.
  • Any boys in grades 9-12 and girls in grades 8-12 who are interested in playing tennis need to attend a meeting on Thursday in room 211 at 3:15.
  • Attention current CCP students: Students must fill out the Spring 2022 CCP Information Google Form in order to receive credit for their CCP classes. Students who do not fill out the form will not have their classes paid for by Finneytown.
  • CCP meeting for 2022-2023 school year: Our annual presentation with information about the CCP program and applying for the upcoming school year will be held on Thursday during high school lunch in the Media Center. You must attend if you are planning to take CCP classes next year!

Friday, January 21st:

  • Book Club Movie Night will be happening today after school in the library. This month we’ll be watching Enola Holmes. All are welcome!
  • Passes to the library will only be given during 1st bell today. Sorry for any inconvenience.
  • Attention Peer Mediators! We have a meeting on Monday at 3:15pm in the RP Room. Please plan on attending to get your RPM schedule and badge! 
  • Attention current CCP students: Students must fill out the Spring 2022 CCP Information Google Form in order to receive credit for their CCP classes. Students who do not fill out the form will not have their classes paid for by Finneytown.
  • CCP meeting for 2022-2023 school year: Our annual presentation with information about the CCP program and applying for the upcoming school year will be held next Thursday during high school lunch in the Media Center. You must attend if you are planning to take CCP classes next year!
  • Applications for 10th grade students interested in applying to the Great Oaks Career Programs are now open. The priority deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 8. There are some virtual and in-person Open House events for prospective students on January 26th and 27th. Visit the Great Oaks website for more information.

Thursday, January 20th:

  • Hey Choir! Don’t forget that we are meeting today after school from 3:15-4 in the Orchestra Room. Bring a friend and come sing!
  • Book Club Movie Night will be happening tomorrow after school in the library. This month we’ll be watching Enola Holmes. All are welcome!
  • Attention 10th grade students: All 10th graders will go on a field trip to tour the Diamond Oaks campus tomorrow. Students must have their Emergency Medical Forms completed in order to attend. Please complete on Final Forms ASAP!
  • Attention Peer Mediators! We have a meeting on Monday at 3:15pm in the RP Room. Please plan on attending to get your RPM schedule and badge! 
  • Attention current CCP students: Students must fill out the Spring 2022 CCP Information Google Form in order to receive credit for their CCP classes. Students who do not fill out the form will not have their classes paid for by Finneytown.
  • CCP meeting for 2022-2023 school year: Our annual presentation with information about the CCP program and applying for the upcoming school year will be held next Thursday during high school lunch in the Media Center. You must attend if you are planning to take CCP classes next year!
  • Applications for 10th grade students interested in applying to the Great Oaks Career Programs are now open. The priority deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 8. There are some virtual and in-person Open House events for prospective students on January 26th and 27th. Visit the Great Oaks website for more information.

Tuesday, January 18th:

  • Congratulations to the Wrestling team for their strong finish at their tournament this past weekend: 6th place out of 14 teams. Marcus Miller and Jemetri Thompson both wrestled like champions and contributed to our team’s success. We placed second in the 215 pound weight class; Donavyn Hill, Mark Miller, Jared Baugh, and Conner Quinn all placed 4th; and Paige Ficke placed 6th. It was a strong performance by our young wrestling team as we learn what it takes to be a champion on and off the mat. Finneytown Wrestling has a bright future. Tonight, we wrestle at Dayton Christian, and this Saturday we are at home. 
  • Hey Choir! Don’t forget that we are meeting this Thursday after school from 3:15-4 in the Orchestra Room. Bring a friend and come sing!
  • Seniors: please send photos of school events or activities to Katie Petersen or Mrs. Cleghorn for the photo board outside of the counseling office.
  • Sign-ups for spring sports are posted outside the attendance office. 
  • Anyone interested in playing golf or girls’ tennis next fall needs to see Coach Warmack. All skill levels are welcome.
  • Attention current CCP students: Students must fill out the Spring 2022 CCP Information Google Form in order to receive credit for their CCP classes. Students who do not fill out the form will not have their classes paid for by Finneytown.
  • CCP meeting for 2022-2023 school year: Our annual presentation with information about the CCP program and applying for the upcoming school year will be held on Thursday, Jan. 27 during high school lunch in the Media Center. You must attend if you are planning to take CCP classes next year!
  • Applications for 10th grade students interested in applying to the Great Oaks Career Programs are now open. The priority deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 8. There are some virtual and in-person Open House events for prospective students today, January 26th, and 27th. Visit the Great Oaks website for more information.
  • Attention 10th grade students: All 10th graders will go on a field trip to tour the Diamond Oaks campus on Friday, Jan. 21. Students must have their Emergency Medical Forms completed in order to attend. Please complete on Final Forms ASAP!

Thursday, January 13th:

  • Choir will meet today after school. See you then!
  • Poetry Club will meet today after school in Mr. Budday’s room, 107. All are welcome!
  • Do you like to read or talk about books with other people? Come to the Book Club meeting today after school in the library! All are welcome!
  • Seniors: please send photos of school events or activities to Katie Petersen or Mrs. Cleghorn for the photo board outside of the counseling office.
  • Sign-ups for spring sports are posted outside the attendance office. 
  • Anyone interested in playing golf or girls’ tennis next fall needs to see Coach Warmack. All skill levels are welcome.
  • Applications for 10th grade students interested in applying to the Great Oaks Career Programs are now open. The priority deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 8. There are some virtual and in-person Open House events for prospective students on January 18th, 26th, and 27th. Visit the Great Oaks website for more information.
  • Attention 10th grade students: All 10th graders will go on a field trip to tour the Diamond Oaks campus on Friday, Jan. 21. Students must have their Emergency Medical Forms completed in order to attend. Please complete on Final Forms ASAP!

Wednesday, January 12th:

  • There will be NO TableTop Gaming Club after school today. We apologize for the inconvenience.
  • Choir will meet tomorrow after school. See you then!
  • Seniors: please send photos of school events or activities to Katie Petersen or Mrs. Cleghorn for the photo board outside of the counseling office.
  • Sign-ups for spring sports are posted outside the attendance office. 
  • Anyone interested in playing golf or girls’ tennis next fall needs to see Coach Warmack. All skill levels are welcome.
  • The National Honor Society will meet today during high school lunch in room 117. All members must attend. Service forms must be turned in today by 3:15 to either Mr. Sanders, Noemi, or Jack. 
  • Do you like to read or talk about books with other people? Come to the Book Club meeting tomorrow after school in the library! All are welcome!
  • Applications for 10th grade students interested in applying to the Great Oaks Career Programs are now open. The priority deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 8. There are some virtual and in-person Open House events for prospective students on January 18th, 26th, and 27th. Visit the Great Oaks website for more information.
  • Attention 10th grade students: All 10th graders will go on a field trip to tour the Diamond Oaks campus on Friday, Jan. 21. Students must have their Emergency Medical Forms completed in order to attend. Please complete on Final Forms ASAP!

Tuesday, January 11th:

  • Congratulations to the 7th grade boys basketball team for their win over Deer Park.
  • The National Honor Society will be holding a meeting tomorrow during high school lunch in room 117. All members must attend. The deadline for NHS members to turn in service forms is tomorrow as well. Forms must be turned in by 3:15 to either Mr. Sanders, Noemi, or Jack. 
  • Do you like to read or talk about books with other people? Come to the Book Club meeting this Thursday after school in the library! All are welcome!
  • Applications for 10th grade students interested in applying to the Great Oaks Career Programs are now open. The priority deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 8. There are some virtual and in-person Open House events for prospective students on January 18th, 26th, and 27th. Visit the Great Oaks website for more information.
  • Attention 10th grade students: All 10th graders will go on a field trip to tour the Diamond Oaks campus on Friday, Jan. 21. Students must have their Emergency Medical Forms completed in order to attend. Please complete on Final Forms ASAP!

Monday, January 10th:

  • Attention Restorative Peer Mediators! We are meeting today after school in the RP Room until 4 pm. Can’t wait to see everyone!
  • The National Honor Society will be holding a meeting this Wednesday during high school lunch in room 117. All members must attend. The deadline for NHS members to turn in service forms is Wednesday as well. Forms must be turned in by 3:15 to either Mr. Sanders, Noemi, or Jack. 
  • Do you like to read or talk about books with other people? Come to the Book Club meeting this Thursday after school in the library! All are welcome!
  • Applications for 10th grade students interested in applying to the Great Oaks Career Programs are now open. The priority deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 8. There are some virtual and in-person Open House events for prospective students on January 18th, 26th, and 27th. Visit the Great Oaks website for more information.
  • Attention 10th grade students: All 10th graders will go on a field trip to tour the Diamond Oaks campus on Friday, Jan. 21. Students must have their Emergency Medical Forms completed in order to attend. Please complete on Final Forms ASAP!

Thursday, January 6th:

  • The high school musical needs more girls to be in the ensemble of The Sound of Music! No experience is necessary, but commitment is required. If interested, please contact Kay Nicht, Dakota Brooks, or the director Zach Jung today. 
  • Any student who submitted a crew application for The Sound of Music needs to refer to their email and complete the Google Form sent by Zach Jung by Friday afternoon at the latest. Failure to do so could result in no participation.
  • Go on a “Freedom Walk” right here on the Finneytown Secondary Campus! The 7th grade students researched people who fought for their–and our–freedoms. As you walk up the main hallway from the high school to the middle school, look for the pictures of those iconic people who were trailblazers. Use your phone to check out the QR code to learn who they are, what they did, and how we now have the freedom that they fought for.
  • Choir will be rehearsing after school today from 3:15-4 pm in room 120. See you there!
  • Any student taking CCP classes needs to contact Mrs. Walker about textbook needs for 2nd semester ASAP!
  • Applications for 10th grade students interested in applying to the Great Oaks Career Programs are now open. The priority deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 8.
  • Attention 10th grade students: All 10th graders will go on a field trip to tour the Diamond Oaks campus on Friday, Jan. 21. Students must have their Emergency Medical Forms completed in order to attend. Please complete on Final Forms ASAP!

Wednesday, January 5th:

  • The high school musical needs more girls to be in the ensemble of The Sound of Music! No experience is necessary, but commitment is required. If interested, please contact Kay Nicht, Dakota Brooks, or the director Zach Jung before Thursday. 
  • Go on a “Freedom Walk” right here on the Finneytown Secondary Campus! The 7th grade students researched people who fought for their–and our–freedoms. As you walk up the main hallway from the high school to the middle school, look for the pictures of those iconic people who were trailblazers. Use your phone to check out the QR code to learn who they are, what they did, and how we now have the freedom that they fought for.
  • Auditions for the middle school winter musical have been postponed. See Mrs. Walker in the library for more information.
  • Choir will be rehearsing after school this Thursday, Jan 6th, from 3:15-4 pm in room 120. See you there!
  • Any student taking CCP classes needs to contact Mrs. Walker about textbook needs for 2nd semester ASAP!
  • Applications for 10th grade students interested in applying to the Great Oaks Career Programs are now open. The priority deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 8.
  • Attention 10th grade students: All 10th graders will go on a field trip to tour the Diamond Oaks campus on Friday, Jan. 21. Students must have their Emergency Medical Forms completed in order to attend. Please complete on Final Forms ASAP!

Tuesday, January 4th:

  • The high school musical needs more girls to be in the ensemble of The Sound of Music! No experience is necessary, but commitment is required. If interested, please contact Kay Nicht, Dakota Brooks, or the director Zach Jung before Thursday. 
  • Auditions for the middle school winter musical have been postponed. See Mrs. Walker in the library for more information.
  • Choir will be rehearsing after school this Thursday, Jan 6th, from 3:15-4:00 pm in room 120. See you there!
  • Any student taking CCP classes needs to contact Mrs. Walker about textbook needs for 2nd semester ASAP!

Monday, January 3rd:

  • Auditions for the middle school winter musical have been postponed. See Mrs. Walker in the library for more information.
  • Any student taking CCP classes needs to contact Mrs. Walker about textbook needs for 2nd semester ASAP!

Friday, December 17th:

  • Any high school student interested in joining the crew for the production of The Sound of Music should head to the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page on the high school website to learn about available positions, important dates, and the application process by the end of the day today.
  • Any middle school students who are interested in auditioning for the winter musical should see Mrs. Walker for the Google Classroom code. Auditions will be held on January 6th & 7th. See Mrs. Walker in the library for more information.
  • Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Basketball team. They beat Taylor yesterday, 49-38. 
  • On Wednesday, the Boys Varsity Bowling team was victorious against Wyoming, defeating them 2692-2300. 2692 total pins is a new school record. The Wildcats were led by Nate Heath, who averaged 212. The boys set a new school record with a 825 pin baker game set. The Wyoming Girls Bowling team barely defeated our girls 1590-1427. Our Wildcats were led by newcomer Sophie Ward who averaged 129. Both teams will play Reading High School today at Rollhouse Fairfield Lanes at 4pm.
  • Any student taking CCP classes needs to contact Mrs. Walker about textbook needs for 2nd semester ASAP!
  • Good luck during the last 2 exams of the semester. Have a safe and relaxing winter break!

Tuesday, December 14th:

  • The Varsity Boys Bowling team was victorious against St. X on Friday December 10, led by Nathan Deuitch who averaged 208 and Adam Stiemle who averaged 198. The Varsity Boys are currently 2nd in our athletic conference. The Varsity Boys posted a 269 baker game (which is a new school record). In a losing effort to St. Ursuline, the Varsity Girls continue to be competitive, led by Anya Revelle who averaged 154 on Friday. The girls are currently 3rd in our athletic conference. Both teams will be in match play this week: Wednesday against Wyoming at Stone Lanes and Friday against Reading at Rollhouse Fairfield Lanes.
  • Snacks will be sold between exams: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.  Everything will cost $1.  Please don’t forget to bring your money. 
  • Any high school students interested in joining the crew for the production of The Sound of Music should head to the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page on the high school website to learn about available positions, important dates, and the application process by this Friday.
  • Any middle school students who are interested in auditioning for the winter musical should see Mrs. Walker for the Google Classroom code. Auditions with Ms. Cain will be held on January 6th & 7th.

Monday, December 13th:

  • Chess Club will be meeting today after school in Mr. Farr’s room, 103. All are welcome!
  • Any high school student interested in joining the crew for the production of The Sound of Music should head to the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page on the high school website to learn about available positions, important dates, and the application process by Friday.
  • Thank you to everyone who purchased something at the Book Fair last week. We are able to buy more books for the library because of your support! Here are the last of the random Book Fair prize winners, so listen closely to see if your name is called: Saruna Rai, Junny Aberto-Rivera, Autumn Boehm, Hyleah Phillips, Cameron Parson, John Phelps, Salina Bhatterai, Daphne Laird, Alijah Partin, Bobby Fairbanks, & Ben Page. Come and pick up your prizes at any time today.

Friday, December 10th:

  • Congratulations to the CLARK HOUSE for dominating in the cornhole competition finals! Ms. Grady’s mentor group won for the middle school and Mr. Fairman’s group won for the high school. 
  • The Finneytown Wrestling Wildcats are restoring the roar! The gym was packed with wrestling fans last night as the middle school wrestling team put in a strong performance on the mat. We would like to thank the many Finnetown fans that were there to cheer us on to victory. My’Shawna Tinsley & Randy Masters wrestled hard for their wins! CJ Summers, Hosea Clark, and Wesley Hall took it to their opponents. Alyssa Bolt, Dominick Schoff, Brady Volz, Ty McNeil, and Vincent Foggie were undefeated for the night with Dominick pinning all three of his opponents. The future is bright for these wrestling wildcats as our hard work continues to result in victories. 
  • Today is the LAST day of the Book Fair! Come and shop for books for yourself or as gifts for everyone on your holiday list. We’re open until 4:00 today.
  • Any high school student interested in joining the crew for the production of The Sound of Music should head to the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page on the high school website to learn about available positions, important dates, and the application process by Friday, December 17th.
  • Congratulations to today’s Book Fair prize winners: Lamine Diop, Adeola Osho, Judah Hardy, Davonte Huggins, Kushal Rai, Nolan Ponferrada, Davae Huntley, Regan Rivers, Dominick Schoff, & Wyatt Brooks. Today is the last day for you to enter your name in the raffle, so get yourself to the library if you want a chance to win random prizes.

Thursday, December 9th:

  • Book Fair is only here for 2 more days! Come and shop for books for yourself or as gifts for everyone on your holiday list. While you’re there, enter the drawing for random Book Fair prizes.
  • High School Robotics Club: we will meet today after school. Stop in and learn how to build a robot for competition!
  • Any high school student interested in joining the crew for the production of The Sound of Music should head to the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page on the high school website to learn about available positions, important dates, and the application process by Friday, December 17th.
  • The Finneytown Community Gardening Club invites you to join their last full meeting of the year! The meeting will be held during middle school and high school lunch today. Any middle schoolers interested will meet in the senior lounge, any high schoolers interested will meet in room 244, aka Mr. Chambers’ room. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided. All are welcome.
  • Poetry Club will meet today after school in Mr. Budday’s room, 107. All are welcome!
  • Congratulations to the following Book Fair prize winners: Annie Haarlammert, Roman Arnold, Saruna Rai, Luke Tudor, Sandip Tamang, Gabriel Cottrill, Andrew Imhulse, Jared Coffman, Ciana Rinfrow, & Anthony Gilliam.

Wednesday, December 8th:

  • Senior treats can be picked up at the end of the day.
  • Attention Winter Sports participants: team pictures will be taken today starting at 3:00 pm.  in the Main Gym lobby.
  • Attention all Choir students – don’t forget that tonight is our concert!  Report at 6:30 pm to the Orchestra room. Can’t wait to see you there!
  • Book Fair is taking place in the library this week only! Come and shop for books for yourself or as gifts for everyone on your holiday list. The Book Fair will be open late today to coincide with the Art Show, so drag your parents along to buy you books while admiring the work of our talented students.
  • High School Robotics Club: we will meet tomorrow after school. Stop in and learn to build a robot for competition!
  • Any high school student interested in joining the crew for the production of The Sound of Music should head to the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page on the high school website to learn about available positions, important dates, and the application process by Friday, December 17th.
  • Are you interested in being a part of the award winning Finneytown Marching Band, but you don’t play an instrument? Do you like to dance? Are you a passionate person? If so, Color Guard might be for you! Join us for an informational meeting about Color Guard today from 3:15pm-3:45pm in the band room. If you can’t make it, see Mr. Delaney ASAP.
  • The Finneytown Community Gardening Club invites you to join their last full meeting of the year! The meeting will be held during middle school and high school lunch tomorrow. Any middle schoolers interested will meet in the senior lounge, any high schoolers interested will meet in room 244, aka Mr. Chambers’ room. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided. All are welcome.
  • Poetry Club will meet tomorrow after school in Mr. Budday’s room, 107. All are welcome!
  • The following students can pick up their random Book Fair prizes at any time: La’Dan Barber, Kye Hargis, Nolan Neefus, Terrance Lawson, Javiahn Coates, Shila Phuyal, T.J. Hill, Alex Grevas, Daziah Roberts, & Braxton Payne.

Tuesday, December 7th:

  • Book Fair is taking place in the library this week only! Come and shop for books for yourself or as gifts for everyone on your holiday list. The Book Fair will be open late today & tomorrow to coincide with the Art Show, so drag your parents along to buy you books while admiring the work of our talented students.
  • There will be a GSTA lunch in room 117 today. All are welcome to join!
  • Middle School Engineering Club: check the posters around the school or check your email for your meeting days and times. See Ms. Johnson if you need a lunch pass.
  • High School Robotics Club: we will meet Thursday after school. Stop in and learn to build a robot for competition!
  • Congratulations to the students recently cast in The Sound of Music! Be sure you and your parents/guardians attend the “Welcome to the Show” meeting today from 6:30pm-7:30pm in the PAC. Any high school student interested in joining the crew for this production should head to the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page on the high school website to learn about available positions, important dates, and the application process by Friday, December 17th.
  • Do you like playing computer games?  Want to compete with friends and other schools?  Finneytown is starting an eSports club for middle and high school students!  There will be a general interest meeting today after school in room 242. All are welcome!
  • Are you interested in being a part of the award winning Finneytown Marching Band, but you don’t play an instrument? Do you like to dance? Are you a passionate person? If so, Color Guard might be for you! Join us for an informational meeting about Color Guard tomorrow from 3:15pm-3:45pm in the band room. If you can’t make it, see Mr. Delaney ASAP.
  • The Finneytown Community Gardening Club invites you to join their last full meeting of the year! The meeting will be held during middle school and high school lunch this Thursday. Any middle schoolers interested will meet in the senior lounge, any high schoolers interested will meet in room 244, aka Mr. Chambers’ room. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided. All are welcome.
  • Poetry Club will meet on Thursday after school in Mr. Budday’s room, 107. All are welcome!
  • The following students can pick up their random Book Fair prizes at any time: Joevonne Person, Mekiah Miranda, Jack Isphording, Josey Thomas, Prajwal Magar, Kushal Rai, Landen Khalfani, Taylor Bush, Anthony Gilliam, Keanna Mejia.

Monday. December 6th:

  • Senior treats are available in the attendance office. Please pick them up at the end of the day.
  • The Technology Office will be closed today from 10:00-11:00.
  • There will be a GSTA planning meeting today at lunch in Budday’s room, 107.
  • Anime Club has moved to Mondays. I repeat, Anime Club will meet TODAY after school from 3-4. All are welcome!
  • Attention Restorative Peer Mediators (RPMs)! Please attend our gathering today at 3:15pm in the RP Room. We will decide next steps and check-in with one another. See Ms. Dietz if you have any questions. 
  • Book Fair is taking place in the library this week only! Come and shop for books for yourself or as gifts for everyone on your holiday list. The Book Fair will be open late today, tomorrow, & Wednesday to coincide with the Art Show, so drag your parents along to buy you books while admiring the work of our talented students.
  • Congratulations to the students recently cast in The Sound of Music! Be sure you and your parents/guardians attend the “Welcome to the Show” meeting tomorrow from 6:30pm-7:30pm in the PAC. Any high school student interested in joining the crew for this production should head to the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page on the high school website to learn about available positions, important dates, and the application process by Friday, December 17th.
  • Do you like playing computer games?  Want to compete with friends and other schools?  Finneytown is starting an eSports club for middle and high school students!  There will be a general interest meeting tomorrow after school in room 242. All are welcome!
  • The Finneytown Community Gardening Club invites you to join their last full meeting of the year! The meeting will be held during middle school and high school lunch this Thursday. Any middle schoolers interested will meet in the senior lounge, any high schoolers interested will meet in room 244, aka Mr. Chambers’ room. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided; all are welcome.
  • Are you interested in being a part of the award winning Finneytown Marching Band, but you don’t play an instrument? Do you like to dance? Are you a passionate person? If so, Color Guard might be for you! Join us for an informational meeting about Color Guard on Wednesday from 3:15pm-3:45pm in the band room. If you can’t make it, see Mr. Delaney ASAP.
  • Poetry Club will meet on Thursday after school in Mr. Budday’s room, 107. All are welcome!

Friday, December 3rd:

  • Congratulations to the Varsity Bowling teams!  Both the boys and girls teams got their first win of the season against Mariemont. The boys’ score was 2573 to 2353, and they were led by Nate Heath who averaged 220 in individual games. The girls’ score was 1457 to 1350, and were led by Anya Revelle who averaged 134 in individual games. Keep up the great work!
  • Finneytown Wrestling is back! The Middle School Wrestling team took first place last night in the King of the Hill Wrestling event. The High School Wrestlers took second place. Congratulations, Wrestlers! We are working hard to restore the roar of the Wildcats!
  • Hey Finneytown–it’s going to be a RED-OUT today! Show some support for our basketball teams and wear red to tonight’s game.
  • Anime Club is moving to Mondays. I repeat, Anime Club will now meet on Mondays after school from 3-4. All are welcome!
  • Attention Restorative Peer Mediators (RPMs)! Please attend our gathering on Monday, December 6th at 3:15pm in the RP Room. We will decide next steps and check-in with one another. See Ms. Dietz if you have any questions. 
  • Book Fair will be happening in the library next week, Dec. 6-10. Come and shop for books for yourself or as gifts for everyone on your holiday list. The Book Fair will be open late on Monday-Wednesday to coincide with the Art Show, so drag your parents along in the hopes that they will buy you books while admiring the work of our talented students.
  • Do you like playing computer games?  Want to compete with friends and other schools?  Finneytown is starting an eSports club for middle and high school students!  There will be a general interest meeting on Tuesday, December 7 after school in room 242. All are welcome!
  • Are you interested in being a part of the award winning Finneytown Marching Band, but you don’t play an instrument? Do you like to dance? Are you a passionate person? If so, Color Guard might be for you! Join us for an informational meeting about Color Guard on Wednesday, December 8th from 3:15pm-3:45pm in the band room. If you can’t make it, see Mr. Delaney ASAP.

Thursday, December 2nd:

  • Here are the new policies & procedures from the Technology Department:
    • Loaner computers WILL be provided through the IT department when repairs are required or when students have a signed teacher or administrator request for a loaner.
  • Loaner computers WILL NOT be provided through the IT department when students forgot to charge their Chromebooks, can’t find their Chromebooks, leave Chromebooks in their locker, or leave Chromebooks at home.
  • Students may visit the IT department ONLY if they have a lanyard or signed request from a teacher/administrator or have a staff escort.
  • Poetry Club will meet after school today in room 107. All are welcome!
  • Hey Finneytown Choir! Today is our final Choir rehearsal before our concert.  See all Choir members after school today in Room 120!
  • Hey Finneytown–it’s going to be a RED-OUT this Friday! Show some support for our basketball teams tomorrow and wear red to the game.
  • Anime Club is moving to Mondays. I repeat, Anime Club will now meet on Mondays after school from 3-4. All are welcome!
  • Attention Restorative Peer Mediators (RPMs)! Please attend our gathering on Monday, December 6th at 3:15pm in the RP Room. We will decide next steps and check-in with one another. See Ms. Dietz if you have any questions. 
  • Book Fair will be happening in the library next week, Dec. 6-10. Come and shop for books for yourself or as gifts for everyone on your holiday list. The Book Fair will be open late on Monday-Wednesday to coincide with the Art Show, so drag your parents along in the hopes that they will buy you books while admiring the work of our talented students.
  • Are you interested in being a part of the award winning Finneytown Marching Band, but you don’t play an instrument? Do you like to dance? Are you a passionate person? If so, Color Guard might be for you! Join us for an informational meeting about Color Guard on Wednesday, December 8th from 3:15pm-3:45pm in the band room. If you can’t make it, see Mr. Delaney ASAP.

Wednesday, December 1st:

  • Here are the new policies & procedures from the Technology Department:
    • Loaner computers WILL be provided through the IT department when repairs are required or when students have a signed teacher or administrator request for a loaner.
  • Loaner computers WILL NOT be provided through the IT department when students forgot to charge their chromebooks, can’t find their chromebooks, leave chromebooks in their locker, or leave chromebooks at home.
  • Students may visit the IT department ONLY if they have a lanyard or signed request from a teacher/administrator or have a staff escort.
  • Attention High School Students: This is a reminder that today is the last day to audition for The Sound of Music from 5:30pm-8:30pm in the PAC. Students interested in participating should visit the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page on the high school website for further details and individual sign-ups. This production has numerous principal, supporting, and featured roles available, so students of all talents/levels of experience are encouraged to audition! Feel free to come to the PAC and/or contact Zach Jung via email at zachjung@finneytown.org for further questions, comments, or concerns. Hope to see you there!
  • The National Honor Society will be hosting a meeting today during High School lunch in room 117. Attendance is mandatory for members. We look forward to seeing you!
  • Poetry Club will meet after school tomorrow in room 107. All are welcome!
  • Hey Finneytown Choir! Tomorrow is our final Choir rehearsal before our concert.  See all Choir members after school this Thursday in Room 120!
  • Hey Finneytown–it’s going to be a RED-OUT this Friday! Show some support for our basketball teams this Friday and wear red to the game.
  • Attention Restorative Peer Mediators (RPMs)! Please attend our gathering on Monday, December 6th at 3:15pm in the RP Room. We will decide next steps and check-in with one another. See Ms. Dietz if you have any questions. See you then!
  • Book Fair will be happening in the library next week, Dec. 6-10. Come and shop for books for yourself or as gifts for everyone on your holiday list. The Book Fair will be open late on Monday-Wednesday to coincide with the Art Show, so drag your parents along in the hopes that they will buy you books while admiring the work of our talented students.

Tuesday, November 30th:

  • Here are the new policies & procedures from the Technology Department:
    • Loaner computers WILL be provided through the IT department when repairs are required or when students have a signed teacher or administrator request for a loaner.
  • Loaner computers WILL NOT be provided through the IT department when students forgot to charge their chromebooks, can’t find their chromebooks, leave chromebooks in their locker, or leave chromebooks at home.
  • Students may visit the IT department ONLY if they have a lanyard or signed request from a teacher/administrator or have a staff escort.
  • GSTA will meet today during HS lunch in room 107. All are welcome!
  • Attention High School Students: This is a reminder that auditions for The Sound of Music will be held today and tomorrow from 5:30pm-8:30pm in the PAC. You will only need to attend one day, so students interested in participating should visit the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page on the high school website for further details and individual sign-ups. This production has numerous principal, supporting, and featured roles available, so students of all talents/levels of experience are encouraged to audition! Feel free to come to the PAC during the dates/times noted above and/or contact Zach Jung via email at zachjung@finneytown.org for further questions, comments, or concerns. Hope to see you there!
  • The National Honor Society will be hosting a meeting tomorrow during High School lunch in room 117. Attendance is mandatory for members. We look forward to seeing you!
  • Poetry Club will meet after school on Thursday in room 107. All are welcome!
  • Book Fair will be happening in the library next week, Dec. 6-10. Come and shop for books for yourself or as gifts for everyone on your holiday list. The Book Fair will be open late on Monday-Wednesday to coincide with the Art Show, so drag your parents along in the hopes that they will buy you books while admiring the work of our talented students.

Monday, November 29th:

  • Here are the new policies & procedures from the Technology Department:
    • Loaner computers WILL be provided through the IT department when repairs are required or when students have a signed teacher or administrator request for a loaner.
  • Loaner computers WILL NOT be provided through the IT department when students forgot to charge their Chromebooks, can’t find their Chromebooks, leave Chromebooks in their locker, or leave Chromebooks at home.
  • Students may visit the IT department ONLY if they have a lanyard or signed request from a teacher/administrator or have a staff escort.
  • Middle School Engineering Club – remember that the forensic technology team starts TODAY at lunch!  Check your email for the schedule for other teams.  Make sure to check with Ms. Johnson in room 242 if you need a lunch pass. 
  • High School Robotics Club – we meet TODAY at lunch!  See Ms. Johnson in 242 if you need a lunch pass.  Check your email for more details.
  • GSTA will meet tomorrow during HS lunch in room 107. All are welcome!
  • The National Honor Society will be hosting a meeting this Wednesday during High School lunch in room 117. Attendance is mandatory for members. We look forward to seeing you!
  • Attention High School Students: This is a reminder that auditions for The Sound of Music will be held this week, tomorrow and Wednesday, from 5:30pm-8:30pm in the PAC. You will only need to attend one day, so students interested in participating should visit the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page on the high school website for further details and individual sign-ups. This production has numerous principal, supporting, and featured roles available, so students of all talents/levels of experience are encouraged to audition! Feel free to come to the PAC during the dates/times noted above and/or contact Zach Jung via email at zachjung@finneytown.org for further questions, comments, or concerns. Hope to see you there!
  • Poetry Club will meet after school on Thursday in room 107. All are welcome!

Thursday, November 18th:

  • Attention Peer Mediator Invitees! Please return your permission slip for Hueston Woods to Ms. Dietz or to Ms. Turner in the Main Office TODAY. Looking forward to our training!
  • Poetry Club will meet today after school in room 107. All are welcome!
  • Hey Choir–we will be meeting after school today. See you there!
  • Middle School Engineering and High School Robotics Clubs will resume after Thanksgiving break! Check your email for times and dates, or see Ms. Johnson in 242 if you didn’t get an email. 
  • Calling all artists! Submit your ideas for a new Wildcats logo to Mr. Muchmore by tomorrow. Check the website for a list of logo guidelines.
  • Upon your return from Thanksgiving break, there will be new policies & procedures from the Technology Department.
    • Loaner computers WILL be provided through the IT department when:
      • Repairs are required 
      • You have a signed teacher or administrator request 
  • Loaner computers WILL NOT be provided through the IT department when:
    • Students forgot to charge their Chromebooks
    • Students can’t find their Chromebooks
    • Students left Chromebooks in their locker
    • The location of a Chromebook is known but currently not accessible (someone’s house/vehicle/relative, etc.)
  • Students may visit the IT department ONLY if they have a lanyard or signed request from a teacher/administrator OR have a staff escort
  • Attention High School Students: the time has finally come! Anyone interested in auditioning for The Sound of Music should visit the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page on the high school website. Audition dates, details, and materials can be found there, so you are encouraged to browse through each document carefully. Be sure to sign-up for a specific time slot and complete the audition form by Tuesday, November 30th at 5:00pm. Should you have further questions, comments, or concerns, please contact Zach Jung.

Wednesday, November 17th:

  • Attention Peer Mediator Invitees! Please return your permission slip for Hueston Woods to Ms. Dietz or to Ms. Turner in the Main Office by TOMORROW. Looking forward to our training!
  • There will NOT be a Tabletop Gaming Club meeting today. Tabletop will resume after the Thanksgiving break.
  • Poetry Club will meet tomorrow after school in room 107. All are welcome!
  • Hey Choir–we will be meeting after school tomorrow. See you there!
  • Middle School Engineering and High School Robotics Clubs will resume after Thanksgiving break! Check your email for times and dates, or see Ms. Johnson in 242 if you didn’t get an email. 
  • Calling all artists! Submit your ideas for a new Wildcats logo to Mr. Muchmore by Friday. Check the website for a list of logo guidelines.
  • Attention High School Students: the time has finally come! Anyone interested in auditioning for The Sound of Music should visit the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page on the high school website. Audition dates, details, and materials can be found there, so you are encouraged to browse through each document carefully. Be sure to sign-up for a specific time slot and complete the audition form by Tuesday, November 30th at 5:00 p.m. Should you have further questions, comments, or concerns, please contact Zach Jung.

Tuesday, November 16th:

  • Attention Peer Mediator Invitees! Please return your permission slip to Hueston Woods to Ms. Dietz or to Ms. Turner in the Main Office by Thursday, November 18th. Looking forward to our training!
  • There will be a GSTA meeting today during HS lunch in room 107.
  • Attention High School Students: This year’s spring musical will be Rodgers & Hammerstein’s timeless classic, The Sound of Music! Any and all individuals interested in joining the cast and/or crew are encouraged to attend an interest meeting TODAY from 6:00pm-7:00pm in the PAC. During this time, you’ll meet the new creative team, obtain audition materials, and learn about ways to get involved with Finneytown Theatre. Students unable to attend the meeting should visit the high school website and locate audition information under the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page anytime after November 16th. Questions, comments, and concerns can be sent to Zach Jung via email. Hope to see you soon!  
  • Poetry Club will meet on Thursday after school in room 107. All are welcome!
  • Middle School Engineering and High School Robotics Clubs will resume after Thanksgiving break! Check your email for times and dates, or see Ms. Johnson in 242 if you didn’t get an email. 
  • Calling all artists! Submit your ideas for a new Wildcats logo to Mr. Muchmore by Friday. Check the website for a list of logo guidelines.
  • No school this Friday, November 19th, due to the staff vaccine clinic.

Monday, November 15th:

  • Any high school students interested in being a part of Chess Club should meet today during HS lunch in Mr. Farr’s room. 
  • There will be a GSTA meeting tomorrow during HS lunch in room 107.
  • Attention High School Students: This year’s spring musical will be Rodgers & Hammerstein’s timeless classic, The Sound of Music! Any and all individuals interested in joining the cast and/or crew are encouraged to attend an interest meeting tomorrow, November 16th, from 6:00pm-7:00pm in the PAC. During this time, you’ll meet the new creative team, obtain audition materials, and learn about ways to get involved with Finneytown Theatre. Students unable to attend the meeting should visit the high school website and locate audition information under the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page anytime after November 16th. Questions, comments, and concerns can be sent to Zach Jung via email. Hope to see you soon!  
  • Attention Peer Mediator Invitees! Attention Peer Mediator Invitees!! Please return your permission slip to Hueston Woods to Ms. Dietz or to Ms. Turner in the Main Office by Thursday, November 18th. Looking forward to our training!
  • Poetry Club will meet on Thursday after school in room 107. All are welcome!
  • Calling all artists! Submit your ideas for a new Wildcats logo to Mr. Muchmore by Nov. 19th. Check the website for a list of logo guidelines.

Friday, November 12th:

  • The library will be closed after school today.
  • Any high school students interested in being a part of Chess Club should meet every Monday during HS lunch in Mr. Farr’s room. 
  • Attention High School Students: This year’s spring musical will be Rodgers & Hammerstein’s timeless classic, The Sound of Music! Any and all individuals interested in joining the cast and/or crew are encouraged to attend an interest meeting on Tuesday, November 16th from 6:00pm-7:00pm in the PAC. During this time, you’ll meet the new creative team, obtain audition materials, and learn about ways to get involved with Finneytown Theatre. Students unable to attend the meeting should visit the high school website and locate audition information under the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page anytime after November 16th. Questions, comments, and concerns can be sent to Zach Jung via email. Hope to see you soon!  
  • Calling all artists! Submit your ideas for a new Wildcats logo to Mr. Muchmore by Nov. 19th. Check the website for a list of logo guidelines.

Thursday, November 11th:

  • Friday, November 12, is the last day to bring in canned or boxed goods for the Wildcat Serve Food Drive House Competition! See your mentor teacher for a recommended list of items needed.
  • Poetry Club will meet today in room 107 after school. All are welcome!
  • Hey Finneytown! Choir is meeting after school today in Room 120. See you there!
  • Any high school students interested in being a part of Chess Club should meet every Monday during HS lunch in Mr. Farr’s room. 
  • Attention High School Students: This year’s spring musical will be Rodgers & Hammerstein’s timeless classic, The Sound of Music! Any and all individuals interested in joining the cast and/or crew are encouraged to attend an interest meeting on Tuesday, November 16th from 6:00pm-7:00pm in the PAC. During this time, you’ll meet the new creative team, obtain audition materials, and learn about ways to get involved with Finneytown Theatre. Students unable to attend the meeting should visit the high school website and locate audition information under the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page anytime after November 16th. Questions, comments, and concerns can be sent to Zach Jung via email. Hope to see you soon!  
  • Calling all artists! Submit your ideas for a new Wildcats logo to Mr. Muchmore by Nov. 19th. Check the website for a list of logo guidelines.

Wednesday, November 10th:

  • The Wildcat Serve Food Drive is underway! Please bring in as many canned and boxed goods as you can for House points. See your mentor teacher for a recommended list of items needed.
  • Tabletop Gaming Club meets today after school in room 117.
  • Poetry Club will meet on Thursday, 11/11 in room 107 after school. All are welcome!
  • Hey Finneytown! Choir is meeting after school tomorrow (Thursday, 11/11) in Room 120–see you there!
  • Any high school students interested in being a part of Chess Club should meet every Monday during HS lunch in Mr. Farr’s room. 
  • Attention High School Students: This year’s spring musical will be Rodgers & Hammerstein’s timeless classic, The Sound of Music! Any and all individuals interested in joining the cast and/or crew are encouraged to attend an interest meeting on Tuesday, November 16th from 6:00pm-7:00pm in the PAC. During this time, you’ll meet the new creative team, obtain audition materials, and learn about ways to get involved with Finneytown Theatre. Students unable to attend the meeting should visit the high school website and locate audition information under the “FHS Spring 2022 Musical” page anytime after November 16th. Questions, comments, and concerns can be sent to Zach Jung via email at zacharyjung22@gmail.com. Hope to see you soon!  
  • Calling all artists! Submit your ideas for a new Wildcats logo to Mr. Muchmore by Nov. 19th. Check the website for a list of logo guidelines.

Tuesday, November 9th:

  • The Wildcat Serve Food Drive is underway! Please bring in as many canned and boxed goods as you can for House points. See your mentor teacher for a recommended list of items needed.
  • Calling all artists! Submit your ideas for a new Wildcats logo to Mr. Muchmore by Nov. 19th. Check the website for a list of logo guidelines.
  • AP test fees are due Thursday, November 10th by 4:00pm.

Monday, November 8th:

  • A huge congratulations to the record-setting Finneytown High School Marching Band! They wrapped up their competition season this weekend with two spectacular performances! On Saturday at Midstates Finals, the band received a 78.6 and placed 2nd overall out of the 10 best bands in our class, setting 2 new school records! Then on Sunday, the band performed for the Ohio Music Education Association State Finals and received a Superior Rating, the highest rating possible in the State of Ohio. Way to go, band!
  • AP test fees must be paid in SchoolPay or through the Board Office prior to test ordering. After today, unpaid tests will not be ordered and students will be unable to take their AP tests.
  • The Wildcat Serve Food Drive begins today! Bring in as many canned and boxed goods as you can for House points. See your mentor teacher for a recommended list of items needed.
  • Calling all artists! Submit your ideas for a new Wildcats logo to Mr. Muchmore by Nov. 19th. Check the website for a list of logo guidelines.

Friday, November 5th:

  • AP test fees must be paid in SchoolPay or through the Board Office prior to test ordering. After Monday, unpaid tests will not be ordered and students will be unable to take their AP tests.
  • The Wildcat Serve Food Drive begins on Monday. Bring in as many canned and boxed goods as you can for House points. See your mentor teacher for a recommended list of items needed.

Thursday, November 4th:

  • Do you have a green thumb? Are you passionate about the environment? If so, join the Gardening Club for a full meeting today during both high school and middle school lunch bells. Middle schoolers will meet in the senior lounge located in the lunch room and high schoolers will meet in Mr. Chambers’ room 244.  All are welcome!
  • Hey Wildcats! Choir will be meeting after school today in Room 120. See you there!
  • Poetry Club will meet after school today in room 107. All are welcome!
  • AP test fees must be paid in SchoolPay or through the Board Office prior to test ordering. After November 8th, unpaid tests will not be ordered and students will be unable to take their AP tests.

Wednesday, November 3rd:

  • HS Boys Basketball tryouts will be held today from 7-9 pm in the main gym. 
  • Do you have a green thumb? Are you passionate about the environment? If so, join the Gardening Club for a full meeting tomorrow during both high school and middle school lunch bells. Middle schoolers will meet in the senior lounge located in the lunch room and high schoolers will meet in Mr. Chambers’ room 244.  All are welcome!
  • Hey Wildcats! Choir will be meeting after school this Thursday in Room 120. See you there!
  • 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! 
  • Fee waivers: Think your family might qualify for fee waivers for college applications, AP testing or the ACT? Please make sure to fill out the SSO Household Information Survey in Final Forms as soon as possible!
  • AP test fees must be paid in SchoolPay or through the Board Office prior to test ordering. After November 8th, unpaid tests will not be ordered and students will be unable to take their AP tests.

Tuesday, November 2nd:

  • HS Boys Basketball tryouts will be held today & tomorrow from 7-9 pm in the main gym. Tryouts for 7th & 8th grade Boys Basketball are today in the MP from 6-7:30 pm.
  • Do you have a green thumb? Are you passionate about the environment? If so, join the Gardening Club for a full meeting on Thursday during both high school and middle school lunch bells. Middle schoolers will meet in the senior lounge located in the lunch room and high schoolers will meet in Mr. Chambers’ room 244.  All are welcome!
  • 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! 
  • Fee waivers: Think your family might qualify for fee waivers for college applications, AP testing or the ACT? Please make sure to fill out the SSO Household Information Survey in Final Forms as soon as possible!
  • AP test fees must be paid in SchoolPay or through the Board Office prior to test ordering. After November 8th, unpaid tests will not be ordered and students will be unable to take their AP tests.

Monday, November 1st:

  • The Finneytown Marching Band had a fantastic weekend at the West Clermont Invitational, receiving Best Color Guard, Best Percussion, Best Visual Effect, Best General Effect, Best Music, and 1st place in Class 4A! This was the band’s first ever “class sweep” at a Midstates show! The band has 2 more contests at Midstates Finals and OMEA State Finals this weekend to round out a wonderful season! Great job, band!
  • Congratulations to Jessica Sanders for finishing in the top 10 at Cross Country Regionals on Saturday. She will now advance to State on Nov 6th. Good luck, Jessica!
  • HS Boys Basketball tryouts will be held today through Wednesday from 7-9 pm in the main gym. Tryouts for 7th & 8th grade Boys Basketball are today & tomorrow in the MP from 6-7:30 pm.
  • 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 have a green thumb? Are you passionate about the environment? If so, join the Gardening Club for a full meeting on Thursday during both high school and middle school lunch bells. The location is ‘To be decided,’ so check the Garden Google Classroom for updates. All are welcome!
  • 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! 
  • Fee waivers: Think your family might qualify for fee waivers for college applications, AP testing, or the ACT? Please make sure to fill out the SSO Household Information Survey in Final Forms as soon as possible!
  • AP test fees must be paid in SchoolPay or through the Board Office prior to test ordering. After November 8th, unpaid tests will not be ordered and students will be unable to take their AP tests.

Friday, October 29th:

  • Students: there is currently a stomach virus going around the school. Symptoms may include stomach pain, nausea, & vomiting. Please take extra precautions in hand washing, masking, not sharing any personal items or foods. Talk to our nurse if you have any questions. 
  • Starting next week, the girls’ restroom in the 100 building will re-open for student use. Please be advised that if anyone is abusing restroom privileges in any way (for example: fighting, smoking, hanging out with friends, eating, or being gone for too long), the restroom will revert to being locked indefinitely. Please note that students are not allowed to use staff restrooms for any reason. Do the right thing!
  • GSTA will be hosting a Halloween themed gathering during HS lunch today in room 107. All are welcome!
  • The HS Bowling team meets on Fridays at 4:00 pm and Sundays at 2:00 pm at Fairfield Bowling Lanes.
  • HS Boys Basketball tryouts will be held on Monday through Wednesday from 7-9 pm in the main gym.
  • 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.
  • 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! 
  • Fee waivers: Think your family might qualify for fee waivers for college applications, AP testing or the ACT? Please make sure to fill out the SSO Household Information Survey in Final Forms as soon as possible!
  • AP test fees must be paid in SchoolPay or through the Board Office prior to test ordering. After November 8th, unpaid tests will not be ordered and students will be unable to take their AP tests.

Thursday, October 28th:

  • If you choose to wear a Halloween costume tomorrow, the following guidelines will apply:

Students may wear Halloween costumes to school. We encourage you to be creative, dress up with friends, and have fun with the spirit of the holiday.

Dress code – all regular dress code policies apply: including, no “revealing” clothing, appropriate shoes must be worn, etc.

No masks that cover your entire face – we must be able to identify students 

Violence – No excessive gore or fake blood. No pretend “prop” weapons such as guns, knives, swords, etc. 

Appropriateness – costumes cannot promote use of drugs, alcohol, sex, smoking, gangs or violence of any kind. Costumes may not be offensive, obscene, profane, or inappropriate in any way.

Please bring a change of clothes to school with you. Students who wear costumes that do not conform to the costume guidelines listed above will be asked to change their clothing or sent home to acquire an appropriate alternative.

  • Students: there is currently a stomach virus going around the school. Symptoms may include stomach pain, nausea, & vomiting. Please take extra precautions in hand washing, masking, not sharing any personal items or foods. Talk to our nurse if you have any questions. 
  • Starting next week, the girls’ restroom in the 100 building will re-open for student use. Please be advised that if anyone is abusing restroom privileges in any way (for example: fighting, smoking, hanging out with friends, eating, or being gone for too long), the restroom will revert to being locked indefinitely. Please note that students are not allowed to use staff restrooms for any reason. Do the right thing!
  • Hey Middle School and High School! See you for Choir after school today in room 120!
  • Attention juniors and seniors–sign up for an upcoming college or military visit in your SCOIR account:
    • Today: Ohio University (Main Campus)
  • GSTA will be hosting a Halloween themed gathering during HS lunch on Friday in room 107. All are welcome!
  • The HS Bowling team meets on Fridays at 4:00 pm and Sundays at 2:00 pm at Fairfield Bowling Lanes.
  • HS Boys Basketball tryouts will be held on November 1st, 2nd, and 3rd from 7-9 pm in the main gym.
  • 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.
  • 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 the last virtual Coffee Chat today at 6:30 p.m.  If you register, you will receive a recording of the event, even if you’re not able to attend the actual meeting.

Wednesday, October 27th:

  • The HS Bowling team meets on Fridays at 4:00 pm and Sundays at 2:00 pm at Fairfield Bowling Lanes.
  • HS Boys Basketball tryouts will be held on November 1st, 2nd, and 3rd from 7-9 pm in the main gym.
  • 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.
  • The National Honor Society will be holding a meeting during HS lunch today in room 117 (aka the AP literature room). It is required for NHS members to attend; if you are unable to, please contact your NHS president or vice president. We look forward to seeing you!
  • Tabletop Gaming Club will meet after school today in room 117 for our first Dungeons & Dragons game. Hope to see you there!
  • Interested in learning more about attending a Historically Black College or University? Students from Central State University will be joining us today for HBCU Day, from 10:00-11:24 in room 217. 
  • 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 a virtual Coffee Chat tomorrow or Wednesday. If you register, you will receive a recording of the event, even if you’re not able to attend the actual meeting:
  • Hey Middle School and High School! See you for Choir after school tomorrow in room 120!
  • Attention juniors and seniors–sign up for an upcoming college or military visit in your SCOIR account:
    • Tomorrow: Ohio University (Main Campus)

Tuesday, October 26th:

  • There will be a GSTA planning meeting during HS lunch today. All are welcome!
  • Anime Club meets today after school in Mrs. Shafor’s room. Please make sure you check the Google Classroom for announcements. 
  • Girls Basketball practice is today for both Middle School and High School from 4:30-6 in the main gym.
  • Join the HS Bowling team on Fridays at 4:00 pm and Sundays at 2:00 pm at Fairfield Bowling Lanes.
  • HS Boys Basketball tryouts will be held on November 1st, 2nd, and 3rd from 7-9 pm in the main gym.
  • 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.
  • The National Honor Society will be holding a meeting during HS lunch tomorrow in room 117 (aka the AP literature room). It is required for NHS members to attend; if you are unable to, please contact your NHS president or vice president. We look forward to seeing you!
  • 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 a virtual Coffee Chat tomorrow or Wednesday. If you register, you will receive a recording of the event, even if you’re not able to attend the actual meeting:

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:
    • Today: Tuskegee University
    • Thursday: 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 tomorrow for HBCU Day, 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 in room 217 by the end of the day today for a pass if you are interested.

Monday, October 25th:

  • The Finneytown Marching Band had a fantastic performance on Saturday at the Forest Hills Band Expo! The Marching Wildcats came in 2nd place in Class B, won best percussion, and received Superior Ratings in every category! Congratulations to our amazing student performers!
  • Anime Club meets tomorrow after school in Mrs. Shafor’s room. Please make sure you check the Google Classroom for announcements. 
  • 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 a virtual Coffee Chat tomorrow or Wednesday. If you register, you will receive a recording of the event, even if you’re not able to attend the actual meeting:

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: Tuskegee University
    • Thursday: 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 this Wednesday for HBCU Day, 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 in room 217 by the end of the day on Tuesday for a pass if you are interested.

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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