An important reminder for all students. Students MUST attend school to attend evening activities at school. That includes practice, performances, & games whether you are participating in them or watching them. 5th & 6th grade students must be at school by 12:15 to participate in evening activities / 7th & 8th grade students must be at school by 12:05 to participate in evening activities. Evening activities are defined by any school event. Students who leave school early due to illness cannot participate in evening activities. If you have any questions about participation your parents can reach out to Mr. Hemmelgarn.
There is no Homework Helps.
All Junior high FFA members are invited to the December FFA Meeting at McBo’s on December 17th. Bowling will start at 5:00pm and the meeting at 6:45pm. All activities should be finished by 8:00pm. Pizza will follow the meeting - both bowling and pizza is free for all Jr. High members.
Starting Thursday, Dec 13th through Dec 19th, The Versailles FFA will be sponsoring the 25th annual Can Food Drive. The middle school homeroom that collects the most cans wins a free pizza party based on a class average. The cans will benefit the Versailles Area Council of Churches and supplies them with can goods for all winter to help over 30 plus families in the Versailles area. Our goal is to collect over 4,000 cans. Bring in your cans to your homeroom and place them in the marked boxes. Thanks again for your cooperation and we look forward to everyone’s involvement.
Also reminder to all Junior High FFA members that sold fruit, the pizza party is Friday, Dec 14th during lunch in the cafetorium.
The VHS Teen Leadership classes wanted to do something to bring the students, faculty, and community together for some Christmas fun. They decided upon a coloring contest for anyone who is interested. Students in grades 5-8 can pick up a coloring sheet in the student display center outside the office. Completed sheets should returned to homeroom teachers by Friday, December 14th. Staff can pick their coloring sheet in the office or in the high school student display center.
The student council will once again be holding a Christmas door decorating contest. The theme is Santa needs a vacation. Students choosing to participate will decorate their study hall classroom door and must have their idea approved by their study hall teacher before decorating. Doors will be judged on creativity, craftsmanship, humor and most related to the theme. Doors need to be completed by 3:05 on Friday, December 14th. Prizes will be awarded for the top doors.
On Thursday, December 6th the 8th grade Lady Tigers were defeated by Fort Recovery by a score of 21-18. Jenna Treon led the Lady Tigers in scoring with 8 points, followed by Tessa Stammen with 6 points. Additional scoring included Renee Rindler and Taylor Grilliot with 2 points each.
Fort Recovery 21,Versailles 20
The 7th grade girls lost Scoring for the tigers was led by Jenna Dirksen and Caroline Anthony, each with 5 points. Carly Graves and Allison Schwartz each scored 3 while Brooke Briscoe and Lydia Bruns each contributed 2 points. The girls will be back in action against Marion Local on Tuesday at home
The Eighth grade boys’ basketball team fell to 2 and 1 on the season with a 34 to 27 loss in overtime to Fort Recovery on Thursday. The Tigers overcame a 7 point deficit in the final 3 minutes to push over time but could not muster enough offense to produce a victory. Scoring for the Tigers: Titus Gehret- 14, Keegan May- 11, Brayden Henry-2
5th and 6th grade band members are reminded to turn in late assignments during their SH time this week.
The following students need to report to the office after announcements: