Use the following link for your daily COVID-19 updates from Adena Local Schools: https://sites.google.com/adenalocalschools.com/adenacovid
Please click the link below to read important information regarding our preschool program for the upcoming school year. https://docs.google.com/document/d/102SiZ-PlYQ-9_ZV2FrDAp6i7Pg8pB-pV-8Gl0JVZFSE/edit?usp=sharing
Adena MS boys and girls basketball games against Westfall have be postponed. No makeup date determined at this time.
Adena Elementary Announcement: Attached is the 19th edition of our elementary newsletter. This letter includes information about the Adena PTO calendar raffle and an update on our PBIS program. https://docs.google.com/document/d/13JSH1KRlXzaUlFAgel6LggB9-PzfdeboEPqcBTNFcg0/edit?usp=sharing Josh Jones Elementary Principal Adena Local Schools
Adena Middle School was awarded $2,500 through the @OSLN STEM Classroom Grant Program, funded by @Battelle. OSLN is committed to supporting 'STEM for All' by exposing traditionally underserved students to STEM exploration. The grant allows the purchase of resources from NASA, Apogee Rockets, and Estes Rockets to provide hands-on experiences through the Launching Learning project. Each student will design, build, and launch their own model rocket, studying the parts, flight phases, engines, launch set-up, safety code, and ways to chart their data. We are honored to be chosen as a recipient in the very first year of this program. Grant information and a complete list of winners can be found at https://osln.org/2022/01/151-classrooms-awarded-osln-grants/.
Ross County 4-H is always looking for new members. Check out the video below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1s2urmHtVaA
Adena Local Schools CLOSED Tuesday, January 18th
We are excited to announce that starting Tuesday, January 18th, Adena Elementary will start scheduling assessment/registration appointments for the incoming 2022-2023 kindergarten students!!!! Appointments can be made by calling the school at 740-998-5293 from 8:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. This year our kindergarten assessment and registration days are March 31st with evening appointments available and April 1st for daytime appointments. Looking forward to serving our new little Warriors!
Adena Elementary Newsletter, Issue 18 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bW7qhxse_KRj3j91nqN8weOALexLTExbnAFwtgI9dDA/edit?usp=sharing Josh Jones Adena Elementary Principal
The Big Brothers Big Sisters program is a one-to-one mentoring program that is in its first year coming into Adena Local Schools. The organizers of this program have paired some of our high school students with some of our elementary students. The high school students that have volunteered to be a big brother or big sister were screened and paired with an elementary student with similar interests. The elementary students in the program meet their big brother or big sister every Wednesday to have the opportunity to do variety of fun activities together. The impact our high school students can make is more than they may realize. Our little ones look forward to this. It will also make a big impact on our high school students. Parents interested in getting their student into the program can contact the elementary office at 740-998-5293.
The Adena Local School District has been made aware that an individual identifying himself as "Ed" is approaching local businesses attempting to sell an ad for the school athletic program. They are asking for credit card information. The school district NEVER uses credit cards for this process. If you are approached by someone selling an ad and asking for credit card information notify the Ross County Sheriff's Office at 740-773-1185 immediately, and do not divulge any credit card information.
Our elementary students are starting to fill up the “Big BLUE Jug” with their tickets that are earned for good behavior. If they fill the jug up, the whole building will get rewarded. They will know the big prize soon. They can earn five different colors of tickets. Each color represents a different location that their PAX behavior was noticed. For instance, a yellow ticket came from a bus driver. Each ticket earned by a student goes towards incentives that can be earned in the classroom. Incentive charts are posted in classrooms. The reaction of a student when they receive a red ticket from the principal is priceless. Those tickets are worth two!
Congratulations to our December PAX Students of the Month for our elementary! Great work! L-R: Ally Ashcraft (5th) Emma Looney (2nd), Olivia Tripp (4th), Tattum Murray (2nd), Reed Clever (3rd), Darren Wagner (1st) and Jaxon Brown (K)
We are gearing up for the 2022-2023 school year at Adena Elementary Preschool! We are looking for future Warriors who will be 4 years old on or before August 1, 2022. Our application process will be different this year. At 6:30pm on February 1, 2022, a link will go live on our school Facebook account, the Live Feed on our school website, and through text message to families of currently enrolled PK-12 students. This form will replace the paper application that was previously collected on the morning of February 1. Spots will still be filled on a first come, first served basis. In the meantime, if you have questions about our preschool program, please contact Kacey Shaffer at 740-998-6813 or email@example.com.
A message from Adena Elementary: Adena Elementary Newsletter, Issue 17 This edition includes our preschool PBIS program, the updated lunch menu, and more information about kindergarten registration. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QwjD6rEhGM61caZIqh2CA4UWaLgGBrnydsvayU9eFHs/edit?usp=sharing Josh Jones Adena Elementary Principal
Our swim team competed at the Ross County YMCA tonight against Chillicothe and Zane Trace. Evan Ater and Eva Kruger both swam in a new event and did very well. Evan swam in the 500 yard free and finished second with a time of 6:20.31. He also won the the 100 yard breaststroke with a time of 1:18.69! Eva Kruger won the 200 yard freestyle with a time of 2:53 in her first time swimming in the event! She then swam a 1:16.13 in the 100 yard freestyle. McKenzie Kitchen swam a 1:54.52 in the 100 yard breaststroke and a 2:01.34 in the 100 yard backstroke. Zach Posey swam a 1:14.82 in the 100 yard backstroke and a 1:05.19 in the 100 yard freestyle. Go Warriors!
Attached is Adena Elementary Newsletter, Issue 16. This newsletter has a whole section dedicated to the PBIS and PAX changes that we have been actively working to put in place. Have a great week! Josh Jones Adena Elementary Principal https://docs.google.com/document/d/19LZh5UEz4Gblr0d6SvGIpTaWntu8K7qFnySSYKt3mm0/edit?usp=sharing
Our PBIS program at the elementary has made several improvements over the break. This in response to try and become a PBIS Tier III school. PBIS was mandated by the state with House Bill 318. PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports. The next elementary newsletter will cover the following changes. This newsletter will go out on Monday, January 3rd. 1. PAX home booklets. 2. PBIS pamphlets. 3. BLUE ticket reward system. 4.Behavior interventions with staff have replaced detentions. 5. 19 signs reinforcing PAX behavior in different settings around the building. 6. More emphasis on PAX, our PBIS Tier I program. 7. SWIS program.
Our wrestling team had a successful Christmas toy drive! They donated gifts to a local church in Frankfort and to Mrs. Susan Glandon, our elementary school counselor, so she and some others could distribute gifts to some local families. Awesome! Wresting meet update: Isaac Gray was also named MVP of the Huntington Holiday Classic today!
Isaac Gray won the 165 lb weight class at the Huntington Holiday Classic with a 5-0 record! He set a new school record with his 104th career pin in his second match! His total now stands at 107 pins. Great work, Isaac!