Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Monday, December 19, 2011
Friday, December 16, 2011
86 lbs: Drew New 1-1
104 lbs: Aaron Minniard 1-1
110 lbs: Hunter Gambrel 1-0
116 lbs: Logan Gorrel 1-1
122 lbs: Lance Miller 2-0
128 lbs: Justin Brown 2-0
134 lbs: Daniel Cline 2-0
150 lbs: Dalton Mayer 2-0
160 lbs: William Nibert 2-0
205 lbs: Craig Nelson 1-1
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Monday, December 12, 2011
Champion: William Nibert
Runner-up: Lance Miller, Daniel Cline
4th: Dalton Mayer
5th: Brad Mead, Hunter Gambrel
6th: Alli Hill
8th: Sean Wideman, Aaron Minniard
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
On Saturday the swimmers participated in a 22 team meet at Wright State. The girls finished 7th and the boys were 10th. Megan Foley finished first in the 50 Freestyle. Other swimmers placing for the Wave were: Sarah Green-5th, Jackie Kensinger-7th, Jessie Dorsten, Emily Hayes, Jacob Clark, Caleb Custer, Kevin Cameron, Brandon Myers, and Jacob B
Friday, December 2, 2011
The following students are the top sellers in the South Middle School fundraiser. They received a limo ride to McDonalds and a free lunch. Brianna Gerace, Hayley Meade, Ryan Geesey, MacKenzie Brown, Levi Wilson, Carissa Arnett, Cheyenne Hinshaw, Cheyanna Hanish
Thursday, December 1, 2011
The Greenville High School Student Council held a "Hats on Day" in September, and raised $83.00. It was decided to donate the money to Community Unity to be used for Medical Bills. Presenting the check to Mr. Jim Morehouse is Andrew Cech from our Student Council.
In the photo L to R: Mrs. Carol Paul-advisor, Nicole Raffel-member, Andrew Cech-member, and Mr. Jim Morehouse from Community Unity.
Monday, November 14, 2011
Monday, November 7, 2011
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
1st row l-r: Sam Cox, Daniel Cox, Savanna Cook, Natasha Swank, Nicole Noble, Nicole Raffel, Claire Sherman, Paige Keller, Chloe Menning, Erika Jeffers, Darpan Kaur
2nd row l-r: Taylor Amburgey, Chloe Light, Pankti Bhavsar, Jenilee Braun, Becca Braun, Caitlynn Jones, Alex Davis, Heath Marker, Cole Ward, Jeanna Gnade, and Lucas Keller
Greenville High School Student Council and Key Club Members helped work Timmy's Toss and Corn Hole Tournament on the 15th of October. The students helped with set up, sold tickets for and helped man the carnival games, and kept score for the corn hole tournament. The White family was very appreciative and grateful for the help from all of the students.
The event was held for Timmy White who is 3 years old. He lives with the terminal genetic disorder, MPS II, commonly called Hunter Syndrome. This requires weekly 4 hour enzyme infusions, numerous special doctors, special schooling and multiple therapies. MPS II is just one out of seven MPS disorders. Some have treatments. Some do not. All are terminal. All proceeds from these events will be donated to the National MPS society to further research and trials helping children survive this life-limiting genetic disorder.
Monday, October 31, 2011
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
The Greenville High School Girls Cross Country team have qualified for the OHSAA Regional Meet . The girls competed at the District Meet this past Saturday taking fourth place overall in the Dayton District 1 race held at the Miami Valley Career Tech Center. Leading the girls was Kristen Karns, followed by Emily Hayes, Cheyann Beam, Zoe Steifel, Nicole Raffel, Anne Bradfield, and Catherine Gibson. The girls regional race will begin at 12:30pm on Saturday in Troy.
She then showed them the building where engineering students attend classes. The students’ eyes widened when she told them about the robots that the students program in the building.
“So many jobs now require some type of education after high school. This could be an apprenticeship, specialized training, or a college degree,” Sears said. “That’s why it’s important that students take challenging classes and work hard in middle and high school.”
“We are very thankful that the Greenville Rotary is supporting this effort,” Sears said.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
The Junior High Cross Country team competed in the Greater Western Ohio Conference meet in Fairborn this past Saturday. The girl's received first place, making them the North Division Champions. Placing for the Wave was: Lexi Roth 6th, Ally Hayes 7th, Chloe McKinney 8th, Hannah Coakley 12th, Meg Rehmert 14th, Lexi Addington 20th and Skyler Marker 22nd. The top six finishers for the Wave received medals, making them Honorable Mention In the GWOC North Division. The boy's finished fifth in the North GWOC. Placing for the Wave was: Anrich Vandersmit 10th, Quintin Muhlenkamp 13th, Jacob Hounshell 16th, Carson Bruner 22nd, Jacob Buchy 57th and Paul Gibson 58th. Top four finishers for the Wave received medals, making them Honorable Mention in the GWOC North.
The seventh grade Lady Wave volleyball team lost in the first round of tournament on Saturday to a tough Springboro team. The girls played well and gave it their best effort~but fell short in three games with the scores of 10-25, 28–26 and 14-25. The Lady Wave ended their season with a 10-7 GWOC record.
The eighth grade volleyball team ended their season this weekend in the first round of the tournament against Ferguson. They dominated in the first game with a score of 25-9. Allison Minnich served the first 12 points in a row. The second and third~games were not as successful with the scores of 15-25 and 23-25.
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
The Varsity Volleyball team won their first round OHSAA sectional game over Kenton Ridge on Saturday in five games - 25-17, 24-26, 25-18, 29-31, and 15-8. The Wave will play against the #1 seed, Urbana High School in the next round on Tuesday evening (6:00pm) at Tecumseh High School.
The following Lady Wave Soccer players have been recognized for their accomplishments on the field this fall:
All Miami Valley Division 2 North
2nd Team:~ Aubrey Devoss
Honorable Mention: Jessica Kerg and Brittany Peters
GWOC North Division 1st Team: Aubrey Devoss
GWOC North Division 2nd Team: Jessica Kerg and Brittany Peters
GWOC North Division Honorable Mention:~ Mikayla Byers
All Miami Valley Academic Award Winners:~~ Courtney Fullroth, Claire Shermann, Tracy Bunger, Brittany Peters, and Erika Lemar
The Lady Wave Soccer team was also nominated for the Team Ethics Award and Team Academic All-Ohio.
Monday, October 10, 2011
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
L to R: Lizzie Hart, Heath Marker, Darpan Kaur, Paige Keller, Erika Jeffers, and Caitlynn Jones.
Thursday, September 22, 2011
The parade will be held on Thursday, October 20th at 6:30pm and the Homecoming Football game is scheduled for Friday, October 21st.
Also, the Lady Wave tennis team beat Piqua 5-0 yesterday in their match making their season record 12-3. Winners for the Wave were: first singles, Sophia Navas-Davis, second singles, Meredith Miles, third singles, Michelle Borgerding, first doubles, Kirby Lantz and Nicole Leis, and second doubles, Alexis Medley and Patricia De Stefano. The ladies are currently 4-0 in the GWOC. A win on Saturday at Trotwood will bring home a GWOC North Division championship. GO LADY WAVE!
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Winning for the Varsity were Meredith Miles, Michelle Borgerding, Kirby Lantz & Nicole Leis, and Alexis Medley & Caitlyn Jetter. The wave is now 8-3, winning the last 7 in a row.
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Friday, May 27, 2011
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Monday, May 23, 2011
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Congratulations to Zaid Esaak, Landen Kiser and Jonathan Jetter for making 2nd team GWOC north Tennis Team and Kent Holmes for making Honorable Mention GWOC North
Monday, May 9, 2011
Thursday, May 5, 2011
The varsity softball team beat Sidney last night to end the GWOC season undefeated.
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
The students and staff of Greenville City Schools thank you very much for your support in passing the Operating Renewal Levy. We will continue to work hard to make you proud of our school district as we strive for Excellence.
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Greenville Junior High and Greenville South Middle School will be adding Smart Boards and Smart Response Systems to every Core Subject Area and Special Education Classroom very soon. Smart Boards are interactive White Boards where students/staff can utilize the internet through hands-on demonstrations and presentations. The Smart Response Systems provide real time data to staff to help them monitor and guage student learning. The Smart Response Systems have a screen that displays the question the teacher is asking and allows the students in the classroom to answer the question with the response system. Once answered, the teacher can monitor student responses and determine if they need to re-teach the concept or move on with the lesson. This is a great way for teachers to reach students who may not always answer questions that are asked of the whole class during a lesson/discussion. The teacher receives real-time feedback for all students and can then determine how to proceed with the lesson for all students. Teachers will be given on-going professional development in the utilization of the Smart Technology. We will work closely with the Curriculum Staff from the Darke County Educational Service Center to develop hinge questions with the Smart Response Systems. Hinge questions are questions that teachers will develop to guage student assessment of the learning target being presented with the lesson. It is our goal in Greenville City Schools to provide our students with the tools/skills to become 21st Century Learners. The implementation of the Smart Boards and Smart Response Systems will be a wonderful addition/enhancement to the education of each child grades 5-8. Please feel free to visit www.smarttech.com to learn more about the Smart Boards and Smart Response Systems and to view the technology your kids will soon be utilizing under Education. In addition, South Middle School has also gone wireless and added Netbook Computers in the classroom as another step to move our students forward in becoming 21st Century Learners.
Friday, April 29, 2011
The students and staff would like to thank the following volunteers who assisted with this event: Heather Crews, Michelle Hiestand, David Hiestand, Dan Coppess, Sonja Coppess, Diana Manges, Melissa Begoon, Elisabeth Lance, and Jason Lance. Thanks also goes to former EAST students Lindsey Tilly, Rachel Britsch, and Emily Fulton for their hard work.
Appreciation is also shown for the staff members who chapperoned the event- Mrs. Flora, Mrs. Holzapfel, Mrs. Gibson, Mrs. Capasso, Mrs. Leas, Mrs. Evers, Mr. Winner, Mr. Stickel, Mrs. Koontz, Mrs. Holm, and Mrs. Britsch.
The students would like to give a special thank you to Mrs.Wise as her efforts made the event possible.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
The PTA recently raffled off a Nintendo Gaming System. Dustin Sendeza, who purchased one ticket, was the lucky winner. Congratulations, Dustin. Thanks to the PTA for supporting our students and providing some Spring Spirit!
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Greenville’s Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) placed First at the Ebbert Education Center Drill Meet which took place in Anderson Indiana. Competing in their last drill meet of the season against 5 other schools from Indiana and Ohio the Greenwave NJROTC team placed first in Inspection/Academics led by Chad Denman, 2nd in Unarmed Drill led by Colten Forte, 2nd in Armed Exhibition led by Kody Roark, 3rd in Physical Fitness led by Alex Dearing, 3rd in Color Guard led by Logan George, 3rd in Unarmed Exhibition led by Chad Denman and 3rd in Marksmanship led by Brandon Mendenhall. Competing against 120 other cadets individual awards went to Kody Roark 1st place Unit Leader Evaluation, Liz Hornbeck 2nd place Female Athletics, Joey Adam 2nd Place Male Athletics, Zeppilin Hoehn 2nd place Armed Drill, T.J. Wenning 3rd place armed drill, Thorn Swartout 4th place Armed drill, Jeremiah Flatter 6th Armed Drill, Colt Grilliot 7th place Armed drill, Colten Forte 8th place armed drill Kody Roark 6th place unarmed drill, Elizabeth Trepanier 7th place unarmed drill, Storm Parsons 8th place unarmed drill, Liz Hornbeck 9th place Unarmed Drill, Joey Adams 10th place unarmed drill. Greenville’s NJROTC finished the season winning 21 team awards and 25 individual awards.
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Monday, April 18, 2011
Monday, April 11, 2011
Friday, April 8, 2011
Monday, April 4, 2011
Monday, March 28, 2011
Friday, March 18, 2011
To date, nine third graders have mastered learning the multiplication facts. All nine of the students have Mrs. Leas as a math instructor:
Mrs. Barga's class brought in the most money for the third grade with $468.25, while Mrs. Heitkamp's class brought in the most money for the fourth grade with $500.57.
Thanks to all who participated in this worthy cause.
Monday, March 7, 2011
Mr. Price, Mr. Winner, Mrs. Wise, Mrs. Warner, Mrs. Shumaker, Mrs. Holm, Mrs. Gibson, Mrs. Flora, Mrs. Capasso, Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Koontz, Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Brandewie, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. DeSchepper, and Mr. Coblentz.
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
DJ West will spin tunes from the "Top Forty." There will be no couples dancing. Students will want to dress casually (jeans, tennis shoes, etc.) and grab a snack before coming to boogie down. The event will be chaperoned by the staff. Drop off and pick up will be on Green Street (by staff parking). Students will need their ticket to be admitted to the dance as there are no ticket sales at the door.
Additionally, all winners were instructed by Mrs. Corrie Holm. Kelsey Stewart placed first while Mariah Nicholas earned second place honors. Additionally Elijah Livingston's poem was designated as third place. The poems written by Kelsey and Mariah will be submitted to the Central Ohio Writing Contest.
Monday, February 28, 2011
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
DJ West will spin tunes from the "Top Forty." There will be no couples dancing. Students will want to dress casually (jeans, tennis shoes, etc.) and grab a snack before coming to boogie down.
The event will be chaperoned by the staff. Drop off and pick up will be on Green Street (by staff parking). Students will need their ticket to be admitted to the dance as there are no ticket sales at the door.
Monday, February 14, 2011
Congratulations to Business Professionals of America members on the Financial Analyst team of Alyssa Ditty, Christy Greek, and Seirra Welch who placed 2nd in their event. Also placing 2nd were Amanda Helfrich, Dustin Phillips, and Michelle Weimer in the Small Business Management team.
Other winners were Jason Howard who placed 4th in Computerized Accounting and Robbie Detling who placed 5th in Computerized Accounting. Jessica Jenkins placed 4th in Banking and Finance, Lauren Swisher placed 4th in Human Resource Management and Chelsi Brown placed 5th in Information Marketing/Management. Congratulations to all on a job well done at regional competition.
Chris Kolb - 5th in PC Servicing and Troubleshooting
Jared Partin - 5th in C++ Programming
Matt Breen - 3rd in C++ Programming
Jimmy Parker - 5th in CISCO
Jalen Gregorace - 4th in CISCO
Dustin Frederick - 1st in Extemporaneous Speech. Dustin will be competing in Columbus at the State BPA contest in March.
The JV Wrestling Team competed in the JV GWOC Meet this past weekend.~ Sam Barga placed 3rd for the Wave.
Monday, February 7, 2011
On Wednesday the 8th grade boys’ basketball team defeated Vandalia Smith 43-23. Cody Preston had 16 points and eight rebounds. Kendall Hemer had 16 points and eight steals. Allen Tabler added eight points and had four assists.
The 7th grade girls’ basketball team played against a very aggressive Troy basketball team and came up on the short end 39-12. We will now prepare for a run in tournament. Scoring for the Lady Wave was Faith Reigle, Shyanne Byers, Ashton Kester, Mallory Rich, Emily Jones, and Caitlin Beasecker.
The 8th grade girls’ basketball team lost their last home game of the season against a strong Troy team. The girls played a much improved game. Scoring for the Wave were Nicole Elifritz and Tanika Ray.
1st Team GWOC North
Maya Lynch - 200 Individual Medley
Megan Foley - 50 Freestyle
2nd Team GWOC North
Megan Foley - 100 Freestyle, 200 Medley Relay, and 400 Freestyle Relay
Maya Lynch - 100 Backstroke, 200 Medley Relay and 400 Freestyle Relay
Courtney Boroff - 200 Medley Relay and 400 Freestyle Relay
Jackie Kensinger - 200 Medley Relay and 400 Freestyle Relay
Special Mention GWOC North (3rd place)
Brandon Myers - 200 Medley Relay
Jacob Clark - 200 Medley Relay
Jake Price - 200 Medley Relay
Landon Bruner - 200 Medley Relay
At the All Conference meet (Sunday)
Girls 200 Freestyle Relay got 7th place. (They got up on the podium and
received a medal.)
Maya Lynch, Courtney Boroff, Jessie Dorsten, Megal Foley
Girls 200 Individual Medley - Maya Lynch got 8th place.
"I wanted to send you a quick e-mail to let you know that during the past three weeks I have had the pleasure of spending time with your middle school wrestling team, high school swim team, and high school wrestling team at the GWOC meets.
Please know that it does not go unnoticed at how wonderful your students are and how nice it has been to work with your coaches. I have witnessed great sportsmanship, watched your coaches teach/coach when things didn’t go an athlete’s way, and been able to talk to some of your athletes. It has all been a rewarding experience for me and the conference. I’m so happy to have you back in the GWOC.
Take care, thank you for being a great conference member."
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
East School - Max Erwin and Tessa Garber
South Middle School -Chad Harter and Landin Brown - 1st Place
Greenville Junior High - Danielle Liebherr and Natalie Esarey - 2nd Place
St. Mary's Catholic School - Athan Whitney and Alex Hartzell
Montessori Elementary - Jacob Troutwine 3rd Place and Elizabeth Elierman
Montessori Junior High - Kelly Snyder and Ally Hays
Congratulations to everyone for an outstanding Spelling Bee
Friday, January 14, 2011
The eighth grade boys’ basketball team beat Springfield Blue 48-42. Kendall Hemer was leading scorer with 19 points with Allen Tabler adding 11points and 5 assists
The eighth grade boys’ basketball team lost to Wayne Weisenborn 26-45. Kendall Hemer 10 points and Martin Maksvytis added 7 points.
The Green Wave Wrestlers picked up their third straight dual meet victory Thursday night with a 43-28 victory over rival Versailles.
The wrestling team came in 6th place this past weekend with 111 points at the Franklin Junior High wrestling tournament. Placing for the Green Wave was:
Champions: Dylan Kolb at 134; Drake Peters at 160
Runner Up: Kyle Carlisle at 92
3rd: William Nibert at 128
4th: Alex Vanhoose at 122
Pictured are the Learning Targets the students could select from as well as a picture of the game/project currently under construction by: Breann Menger, Katie Brinley, Sarah Branden, and Haley Baker. This particular game was called Twisterland, which they described as a combination of Monopoly and Candyland. The two Learning Tagets the students selected were: I can identify prefixes, suffixes, and roots and also I can use word parts. Directions included rolling a dice and answering questions related to the Learning Targets. The students created the questions and answers, the game board, and took photographs of historical landmarks in Greenville. To win the game, one must answer the questions correctly to be the first one to reach the photograph of the Statue of Annie Oakely and save the city of Greenville from a Twister!!!
This was just one example of the projects/games being created. Special thanks to our students and Ms. Colley for their hard work and efforts.
Sadako Sasaki was two years old when the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945. Ten years later she was diagnosed with leukemia ( atomic bomb disease) and only had a year to live. Sadako's best friend told her of the Japanese legend that if you fold 1,000 paper cranes you get a wish granted. Sadako then began folding 1,000 cranes of her own so she could get her wish to live. Unfortunately, she only made it to 644 before she died. Her friends finished the paper cranes and buried them with her.
When our Language Arts teacher told us we had to do a project on World War 2, I decided to use my own cranes for my project. I had actually started last summer for the fun of it, and then decided to incorporate my 1,000 cranes into my project. It took me 50 hours total to make all 1,000 paper cranes, but it was definately worth it.
Special thanks to Alison and Mrs. Rhoades for their hard work and efforts.