Adena Elementary Newsletter, Issue 9 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QrLjo9a2xwaSe2d2XgM-Ahq6gtb_5ZYVv8P2YErKoT8/edit?usp=sharing Josh Jones Principal Adena Local Schools
District Champs! Our Lady Warriors defeated Northwest in three sets (25-7, 25-17, 25-16) to claim a district title! They are now 23-2 on the season. They now play in a regional semifinal on Thursday, November 4th at 6 p.m. against Fort Frye at Logan High School.
Our Academic and Career Night is Monday, November 1st from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Teachers from all buildings have planned some activities and we have a lot of representatives from a variety of careers coming to talk to our high school students. We hope to see you Monday night!
State Bound!! Ryan Richendollar finished in 8th place at the Division III Regional Cross Country meet! He is time of 17.39.32 has qualified him to run in the state meet on Saturday, November 6th at 10 a.m. at Fortress Obetz and Memorial Park.
Mr. Devon Handler has been named October’s Outstanding Ross County Educator of the Month by the Chillicothe-Ross Community Foundation! Mr. Handler is an elementary music teacher at Adena Local Schools. Great work, Mr. Handler!
Please see the following document concerning Adena Warrior Boy's Biddy Basketball: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TrZIE65CKRjnG40O_GVXBStLyNl0DvE8XPWvTZzPMs4/edit?usp=sharing
Our Lady Warriors won their district semifinal in three sets (25-22, 25-15, 25-11) over Eastern Meigs! They will now play for a district championship against Mcdermott Northwest this Saturday, October 30th at 11 a.m. at Waverly High School. Go Warriors!
The Adena Schools Cafeteria would like to inform parents and guardians that we are experiencing some supply chain issues at this time. We might have to make some last minute substitutions in the daily menus, but we will try our best to keep you informed ahead of time. Currently it is very difficult to get chicken products and some other food staples along with serving supplies like styrofoam bowls and plastic ware. Please be patient and we will work through this as best we can while we try to keep appetizing lunches and breakfasts in front of our children. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
A message from Adena Elementary: Here is our 8th edition of the Adena Elementary Newsletter! https://docs.google.com/document/d/17FPoevV4tJeMVqTe_OF4ZEKoTU-fmHRmnA7sBj1PYPY/edit?usp=sharing Josh Jones Principal Adena Local Schools
Our Adena Marching Warriors finished in first place for Class C at their competition at Clark Shawnee High School! Go Warriors!
Ryan Richendollar finished 5th at the district meet today at the University of Rio Grande with a time of 17:28.26! He has advanced to the OHSAA Regional Cross Country meet at Pickerington North High School next Saturday, October 30th at 9 a.m. Congrats to the rest of our cross country team on a great season with a lot of personal best’s made.
Our volleyball team has advanced to the OHSAA Southeast District Semifinal round with a three set victory over Piketon! They will play the winner of Portsmouth/Reedsville Eastern on Wednesday, October 27th at 6:00 p.m. The game will be at Adena High School. Go Warriors!
Parents- YOU’RE INVITED!!! Parents and guardians of Adena students are invited to our upcoming Academic and Career awareness night, Monday, November 1st, from 5:30-7:00 p.m.. We strongly encourage all 8th - 12th grade families to join their kids in exploring the career options available both with and without a college degree that provide a good living to students who are willing to put in the time and effort to learn the skills and work into a full-time job. We have scheduled many local employers who will be available to share with students what they look for in potential employees and what school skills they need to be successful in their jobs along with displays of projects/learning produced by students. Several classrooms will have presentations and information for you to take part in throughout the evening. There will be an Informational meeting beginning at 5:30 to introduce our Career reps and provide an overview of the NEW Ohio Graduation Requirements for the class of 2023 and beyond for students and parents in grades 8-11. Preschool, Elementary and Middle School teachers have also prepared activities focusing on literacy, math, and technology with fun activities throughout the evening. The cafeteria will offer hotdogs, chips and drinks if your schedule is busy and you need to get a quick meal or snack. Please join us for “Line Up for Literacy” this Monday, November 1st from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at Adena School. Together, we can help our kids accomplish great things!
Hello! We need your help. The Adena Local Schools invite you to take a look at the staff pumpkin decorating contest results. Your challenge is to pick one (1) and only ONE favorite pumpkin from the gallery. We thank all staff who submitted an entry. We hope this friendly competition has provided a brief respite from the stress and worry of working during the pandemic. We appreciate everyone's efforts to help give our students as much "normal" as we can provide and applaud everyone for making it possible to keep the doors open through the surge. Congratulations and THANKS to all Adena staff for your hard work in support of our children, and may the best pumpkin win! https://forms.gle/LXMko7ZNM3XhHi9n9
A Message from Adena Elementary: Here is the seventh issue of our newsletter. Enjoy! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JvnLEznQ2ig0OQsgEftITjqrLwK4rJZ0wyVc0JtHfBg/edit?usp=sharing Josh Jones Principal Adena Local Schools
Congratulations to Ryan Willis, Ruth Beery, and Emma Garrison for placing 18th out of 47 teams at the Ohio FFA Urban Soil Judging Contest.
Thank you Adena FCCLA and community service students for representing Adena High School. These students went to a Nature Preserve and worked very hard clearing two pathways for a total of 5 miles in preparation for a big event being held on behalf of our local environment and animal rescue. Nicely done young warriors.
Adena Elementary Announcement: Parents and/or Guardians, Here is the elementary newsletter for the week. Enjoy! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pXSFcoYZLAcmFISVlw82sdIoS6XmrdIeXnw8MJ6myaY/edit?usp=sharing Josh Jones Principal Adena Local Schools
The ParentAccess Mobile App is now available to download. Search for the word progressbook in your smartphone's respective app store. The app is named ProgressBook Parent/Student & has a purple graduation cap icon. You can watch a short video Frontline made about the ParentAccess Mobile App here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9P6SZIQqoW4
Our Lady Warriors improved to 16-2 with a victory over Zane Trace in three sets (25-15, 25-11, 25-16). They are now 9-1 in the league! Go Warriors!