Morning Announcements - Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Happy Birthday to Craig Poland & Aubriana Smith! 
 
Attention Set, light and sound crew for the spring musical - we will work this Thursday from 3 - 5 pm.  Please let Mrs. Facemire know if you can not attend as we will be setting up the risers and need all the help we can get.
 
If you’re not busy after school today and have been wanting to learn the game of chess, Now is your chance, stop by Mr Newton’s room where you have the opportunity to play with other students just like yourself! Everyone is welcome every Wednesday to learn the game of chess in room 405! 
 
Today is the last day to purchase your carnation for that special person OR persons. Pay for your flower or flowers during the lunch module to Kelly Wilson, they will then be delivered on Friday to the recipients homeroom.  Thanks for supporting the choir council scholarship!
 
Anyone and everyone interested in joining the 2021 track team please stop in Coach Shelley's room and sign up as soon as possible. Again anyone who wants to be a part of this year's track team should stop in and sign up in Coach Shelley's room .
 
The Lady Chargers were defeated by Vermilion last night 47-34. Scoring for the Chargers was Lilli Schuster with 11, Isabella Sanabria with 6, Kalli Quillen with 5, Danielle Blatnik with 4, Jayla Medina with 3, Dean Blatnik and Mallory Meister with 2, and Madison Chaput with 1. The Lady Chargers are back in action tonight at home against Keystone. 
 
Incredible bowling by both the guys and Ladies took down the Huron Tigers last night.  
Lady Charger bowlers out rolled Huron taking the win! Leading the ladies with a very nice 365 series was Piper Ball and Natalie Costello with 293. The Charger guys went crazy for the 2nd night in a row breaking or tying 5 more school records! Leading the boys was Cole Manning tying the single game record of 279 and series with 503 pins. Aydan Houser followed up Cole's great bowling by shooting a 267 game and a 475 series!
 
Boys Records broken in last two days:
High Baker game (258)
Single high game (279)
Two game series (503)
Team single game (1,088)
Match total pins (3,041)
Most wins season (15) 

Brenna Chasney & Anna James have a topic that is very dear to their hearts they’d like to bring awareness to.  Please give them a few minutes of your time and listen...
 
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. During this month we are trying to bring awareness of how widespread this issue is in our daily lives. This can range from verbal, emotional, and even sexual abuse in teen relationships. The goal is to destigmatize this problem and to provide resources for people who are suffering to reach out for the help they need. Nearly one in three teenagers will experience dating violence in their lifetime, a rather startling number that we hope to change. Orange is the color of Teen Dating Violence Awareness month. Orange pins will be available soon to wear in support.
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 

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