Friday, October 29, 2010

Wave High School Cross Country Competes at District

The Greenville High School boys and girls cross country teams competed this past Saturday in the Dayton District Cross Country meet at the Miami Valley Career Tech Center. Leading the girls were Chloe Warvel and Kristen Karns who both qualified for a spot at the regional meet this coming Saturday at Troy. Warvel negotiated the 3.1 mile course in a time of 20:19 (13th), followed by Karns 20:37 (16th), Cheyanne Beam 22:08 (32nd), Catherine Gibson 22:12 (33rd), Elizabeth Conway 23:03 (48th), Angela Borgerding 23:16 (53rd), and Emily Hayes 24:13 (71st). The Lady Wave finished 6th overall missing team qualification to regionals by two spots. Congratulations on a fine season by all these young ladies and best of luck to Chloe Warvel and Kristen Karns in their quest to move on to the state meet.
The boys were once again led by a strong effort from Andrew Cox. Cox ran the course in a time of 16:47 placing him 7th overall in the boys division one race securing him a ticket to the regional meet on Saturday. Following Cox were Andrew Burns 17:59 (38th), Michael Karns 18:17 (47th), Lucas McCabe 18:18 (48th), Calen Bruner 18:34 (54th), Landon Bruner 19:03 (66th), and Caleb Oda 19:36 (73rd). The boys finished 8th overall ending their season as a team. Congrats to the fellas for a very nice season and good luck to Andrew Cox in his quest to move on to the state meet.

Friday, October 22, 2010

4th Graders Collect Food for Local Food Bank

Recently East Fourth Grade Students collected food for the local food bank.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

7th Grade and 8th Grade Battle Sidney in a GWOC Football Showdown

The 8th grade football team had a valiant fourth quarter comeback but lost to Sidney last night 16-10. Drake Peters ran for a touchdown and Garrett Griffin ran for the two-point conversion. The team finished the season 2-6.

The seventh grade football team won an outstanding come-from-behind game last night. Scoring for the boys was Clay Guillozet with a 60-yard touchdown run. Then with less than 3 minutes Codi Byrd threw a 70-yard touchdown bomb to Clay Guillozet to tie the game at 14-14. The play of the night came from Dylan Kolb when he broke five tackles to get the two-point conversion to give the Wave a 16-14 come-from-behind win.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Grandparents visit Mrs. Hottle's Class at South Middle School

Students in Mrs. Hottle's language arts classes invited a few grandparents to visit the class. The students interviewed the older generation and took notes on a variety of subjects.
The grandparents talked about jobs they've had, how school has changed since they were students, what Greenville was like in their childhood, and national events from their lives.
The participants were Honorable James Buchy, Raymond Smith, Tom Engelken, Elee LaFayette,Vicki Mayo, and Earl Curry.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010


“BUG” or Being Unusually Good Awards

“Students Recognized at the Junior High and South for Positive Behavior”

Jody Flommersfeld, Guidance Counselor at Greenville Junior High, leads the BUG or Being Unusually Good Program at GJHS. A student who is caught being unusually good, something beyond the normal routine of the school day, can be nominated by his or her teacher to receive the award. Don’s Pizza is a proud sponsor of the BUG Awards, and Greenville Junior High thanks them for their generosity. South Middle School, under the direction of Tiffany Fine, also added the BUG Award program for the 2010-2011 school year. Both Greenville Junior High and South Middle School strive to recognize and reinforce positive behavior of students. The BUG Award program is an excellent way for us to reward students for displaying positive behavior. Included in the photos are pictures of the bulletin board at South Middle School as well as photos of the award and pictures of award winners. Again, special thanks to Jody Flommersfeld, Don’s Pizza, and Tiffany Fine for all of their efforts with recognizing our students. And…special thanks to our students for being a BUG…Being Unusually Good!!!!!!!!!!!!

GTI Gives Back to South Middle School

Greenville Technology helps add Pride/Greenies to South Middle School

Greenville Technology and South Middle School have a proud partnership in Education. As part of the partnership, Greenville Technology provides workers every other month to help with various projects in and around the school. This past month: GTI painted Greenies in various locations to add color/pride to the school, trimmed hedges, pulled weeds, made copies for teachers, helped with recycling, worked with a teacher to create a bulletin board, helped create student awards, and worked on binding books. Special thanks to Tiffany Fine and her husband for their efforts in working on the bulletin boards with the workers. GTI has been involved in various projects throughout the school in the past. South Middle School and Greenville City Schools are proud to have them as a Partner in Education. Photos attached are of the Greenies and one of the “BUG” or Being Unusually Good Bulletin Boards they worked on to add pride to the school . Thank you GTI and GO WAVE!

Monday, October 18, 2010

Greenville NJROTC take 2nd at Northmont

Greenville High School NJROTC
Congratulations to Greenville's NJROTC students for placing 2nd overall in the Northmont Drill meet on Saturday. The group competed against 12 other schools from as far north as Chicago and as far south as Wheeling, West Virginia. Scoring second place finishes were the Armed Drill Team commanded by Cody Boyd, Unarmed Drill Team commanded by Chelsea Buzard, Academic Team commanded by Jeff Jones, Physical Fitness Team commanded by Chris Fenstermaker, and the Marksmanship Team commanded Joey Adams. The Color Guard scored a fourth place finish and was commanded by Jessica Bowers and the Personnel Inspection Team commanded by Chelsea Buzard placed 5th. The NJROTC earned a total of six trophies in their first drill competition of the season.

JH Cross Country Competes at the GWOC Meet

Junior High Cross Country
The Junior High Cross Country Teams finished a great season Saturday at the GWOC Conference meet held at Lebanon.~ The girls' team finish 2nd overall in the North Division.~ Receiving medals for the team were Chloe McKinney finishing 2nd overall with a time of 12:47 her PR, Ally Hayes was 5th with a PR of 13:11, Zoe Steifel was 9th with a PR of 13:24, Chloe Menning was 20th with a PR of 13:56, and rounding out the scorers for the team~was Hannah Coakley placing 23rd and a PR time of 14:12 also with PRs and running for the Wave on Saturday were Michaela Colby placing 29th with a 13:35, ~Monica Laachmann placing 33rd with a 14:44, and rounding out a great team effort was Kelly Snyder placing 53rd and a time of 16:18.~ The boys team also had a great team effort on Saturday.~ Receiving a medal was Krutant Mehta placing 20t h with a PR time of 13:00 and the other scorers for the team were Jacob Hounshell placing 27th with a PR time of 13:28, Taylor Day was 33rd with a PR time of 13:44, Carson Bruner was 39th with a PR time of 14:08 and rounding out the team's effort was Dylan Hackney placing 46th running a 14:48.~ Way to go Wave Cross Country Runners!

7th Grade Volleyball

7th Grade Volleyball
Last Thursday the seventh grade Lady Wave volleyball team ended their season with a home game against Vandalia-Morton. They played a good match but couldn’t pull off a win. They were defeated by the scores of 20-25 and 18-25. On Saturday the Lady Wave traveled to Piqua for the GWOC tournament. They played Lebanon-Maroon in the first round and during the first game things were looking promising for the Lady Wave. They won the first game by the score of 25-17. During the second game they had the lead but couldn’t hold on and lost by the score of 15-25. It came down to the third game for the Lady Wave to see if they were going to advance on in the tournament. The team stayed positive and played hard but ended up losing to a tough Lebanon team by the score of 17-25.

8th Grade Vollleyball

8th Grade Volleyball
The eighth grade Lady Wave volleyball team defeated Vandalia Morton 25-9 and 25-14 Thursday night. Kimmy Martin led the Wave with 13 points, nine aces, two kills and six assists. Nicole Elifritz added two kills and four assists. Casie Breen added ten points with three aces. Alyssa Baumgardner and Dannielle Liebherr each had two kills. Holly Cameron, Ashley Freeman, Courtney Ketzel and Madison Bixler each added one. The Wave ended the GWOC regular season 8-7.

On Saturday the eighth grade volleyball team played in the GWOC gold tournament in Centerville. The Wave started the day with a two-set win over Miamisburg 25-17 and 25-22. Tanika Ray led the Wave with ten aces, 13 points, a kill and a block. Alyssa Baumgardner added seven aces and eight points. Kimmy Martin added five aces and three assists. Holly Cameron added three kills. In the second round, Greenville was defeated by the #2 team in the South division, Lebanon White, 15-25, 25-19, 6-25. Casie Breen led the Wave with six aces and ten points. Kimmy Martin added three aces and five points. Courtney Ketzel and Ashley Freeman each had two kills. Lindy Cummings and Tanika Ray each added two aces. The Lady Wave finished the season 9-8 in the GWOC. They had many close and exciting games this season. Great job Lady Wave eighth grade!

Monday, October 11, 2010

Bullying Talk at Woodland Primary

Lyle Cogen sponsored by the DCCA is having a serious talk about bullying with Alaina Baugh, a kindergartener, at Woodland Primary.

Woodland Primary Teams up with the Public Library

Woodland Primary teamed up with the Greenville Public Library this past
summer. Any Woodland Primary student that read 20 minutes a day for 5 days
in a week could enter a ticket at the library for a drawing which was held
the first day of school. Several prizes were awarded but the grand prize of
a portable DVD player got to go home with a first grader Emmie Myers!

Curves Fitness Donates Supplies for Children

The local Curves Fitness center for women recently held a promotion where members donated school supplies for children. Rose Combs and Russell Myers, two students at Woodland Primary, are shown modeling book bags along with the generous boxes of donations of school supplies from Curves!

Joys of Learning to READ

Ronald McDonald is pictured with Margaret Copeland, the gym teacher at
Woodland Primary. Ronald recently visited the school to share the joys and
importance of learning to read.

September Students of the Month at Woodland Primary

Pictured are Alex Rasool (2nd grade Mrs. Jones class), Libby McKinney (1st grade Mrs. Weiss' class) and Cole Royer (kindergarten Mrs. Crew's class). These are Woodland Primary's September Students of the Month chosen for exemplary citizenship, academics and character.

Grandparents Night at Woodland Primary

Kie Roosa is shown reading to her grandma (Deb Labig) at a recent Grandparents Night at Woodland Primary.

7th Grade Football Beat Trotwood Madison

The seventh grade boys’ football won a stunning game versus Trotwood 14-12. Scoring for the team was Cody Byrd with two touchdowns. Clay Guillozet caught a 45-yard pass adding with this was Dylan Kolb with a punt block as well as William Nibert with a fumble recovery.

Friday, October 8, 2010

Junior High CC competes at Coldwater Invitational

The junior high cross country teams competed in the Coldwater Lions Cross Country Invitational last night.~ The girls' team finished 6th out 14 teams.~ Chloe Mc Kinney finished 7th overall out of 179 runners.~ Ally Hayes was 28th, Zoe Steifel was 36th, Chloe Menning 49th, Hannah Coakely~91st, Monica Laachmann~96th, and Kelly Snder was 137th.~ The boys' team placed 14th out of 18 teams.~ Out of~174 runners Bailey Hartle finished 10th, Krutant Mehta 75th, Jacob~98th, Taylor Day~126th, and Dylan Hackney was 149th.~

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Wave Junior High Volleyball rolls over Sidney

The seventh grade volleyball team defeated Sidney in the first match by the score of 25-19. In the second match the Lady Wave tried to come back from behind but they couldn’t pull it off and lost by the score of 21-25. In the third match the Lady Wave had the lead and Sidney came back. Both teams continued to battle for every point until Kelsi Smith went back and served four aces to lead our team to another victory. Final score of the third match was 25-23. Aimee Powell was high scorer with nine points and two kills. Jena Snyder added another eight points while Kelsi Smith and Kelsey Crandall had seven points each. Faith Reigle also served well with six points. Candice Malott had two kills for the offense.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Junior CC Competes at Fairmont

The junior high cross country teams ran in the Fairmont Firebird Invitational on Sat.~ The girls' team placed 5th out of 15 teams. Chloe McKinney finished 13th earning a medal, Ally Hayes was 17th getting a ribbon, Zoe Steifel was 25th also getting a ribbon, also placing for the team were Chloe Menning 31st, Michaela Coby 64th and Monica Laachmann 66th, Hannah Coakely and Kelly Snyder.~ Placing for the boys' team were Bailey~ Hartle 6th and earning a medal, Krutant Mehta, Jacob Hounshell, & Dylan Hackney.

Lady Wave Tennis Competes at the GWOC

Congratulations to the girls tennis team. They competed in the GWOC gold division of the tournament this weekend and Meredith Miles, 1st singles, Abby MacKenzie & Caitlyn Jetter, 1st doubles, Leah Lewis & Michelle Borgerding, 2nd doubles all placed 7th. Sophia Navas-Davis, 2nd singles, and Adila Esaak, 3rd singles, both placed 4th and received medals.

Friday, October 1, 2010

7th Grade Volleyball Defeats Piqua

The seventh grade Lady Wave volleyball team played an awesome game last night against Piqua. THE Lady Wave won the first match by the scores of 25-23. Piqua came back to win the second match by the scores of 13-25, but that didn’t discourage the Lady Wave. They came back strong in the third match for the victory with the scores of 23-25. High scorer for the Lady Wave was Aimee Powell with 11 points and two kills. Jena Snyder and Kelsy Crandall each added another eight points. Kelsi Smith played a great defensive game and Candice Malott had a good game at the net.

8th grade football team gets a big "W"

The 8th grade football team defeated Vandalia-Butler last night 8-0. Quinton Wood scored the only Wave touchdown. Defensively Ryan Ramsey tackled the Butler quarterback in the end zone for a safety, Garrett Griffen had an interception, and the entire defense played outstanding, holding Butler on three goal line stands. Their next game is Wednesday at Trotwood.