Here are some more pictures of our students helping out at the orphanage they visited yesterday in the Dominican Republic.
over 3 years ago, Josh Jones
Spanish Trip
Spanish Trip
Spanish Trip
Spanish Trip
Our students will bring back a lot of great memories from their trip to the Dominican Republic. Mrs. Wiseman’s summary of yesterday: “Yesterday we spent the day at the Orfanato Niñas de Cristo (Daughters of Christ Orphanage). There are 42 girls ages infant to 18 who live there. From the moment we got off the bus, the girls ran up to us and grabbed our hands to lead us inside. The administrator gave us a tour, and then we spent the day playing kickball, volleyball, basketball, and tennis with the girls. We also served them lunch and had the opportunity to make a grocery store run to buy some supplies that they needed. I was so touched to see how our students interacted with them. From cuddling babies to making leaf pies with toddlers, running with the children and letting the teens do our hair and nails, it was a great day! Some of ours had tears in their eyes as we said our goodbyes. It was a very special experience.”
over 3 years ago, Josh Jones
Spanish Trip
Spanish Trip
Spanish Trip
Spanish Trip
Coach Christina Martin is looking for more students to try cross country. She has set a goal to establish four teams this year. If you are interested, the team meets to run at 8 a.m. on Monday and Wednesday next week. Students in grades 6th through 12th are invited.
over 3 years ago, Josh Jones
Here are some more pictures of our students enjoying their Spanish class trip.
over 3 years ago, Josh Jones
Spanish Trip
Spanish Trip
Spanish Trip
Spanish Trip
Some of our students are getting a great learning experience in the Dominican Republic. Mrs. Wiseman organized this trip for her Spanish class students. She is keeping us updated. The following is a description of their day yesterday. This was their highlights. Mrs. Wiseman: “We spent the day walking in Santo Domingo and exploring surrounding areas. We saw the colonial part of the city including Christopher Columbus’ son’s palace, the first cathedral of the Americas where Christopher Columbus’ remains were found (now housed in the memorial lighthouse which we also saw), Tres Ojos Caves and Cave of Maravillas which had indigenous cave drawings from the Tainos. Tomorrow we will go visit the orphanage.”
over 3 years ago, Josh Jones
Spanish Trip
Spanish Trip
Spanish Trip
Spanish Trip
Our trap shooting team did very well today at the Ohio High School State Trap Tournament in Delaware, Ohio. As a team, they finished fifth out of thirteen teams with a score of 436 points! Individually, Trey Timmons had an overall score of 93 to place third in the varsity boys’ division. Reece Kerns placed third in the conference in the girls’ JV division. As a team, they also finished third in the conference this season. Team members that competed at state today from left to right in the picture: Riley Morris, Evan Sever, Trey Timmons, Johnathan Cokonougher, Slate Kellis, Reece Kerns, and Maddy VanMeter. Coaches pictured from left to right: Duane Bryans, Mark Canter, Ron Preston, Kirk Kellis, and Gary Timmons. Awesome year! Go Warriors!
over 3 years ago, Josh Jones
Trap Shooting Team
Will your child be 4 on or before August 1, 2019? Contact us today to find out about our preschool options! 740-998-5293
over 3 years ago, Lisa Wayland
Adena Local Schools will start using it's new All-Call system in the very near future. This new system will also have the ability to send SMS text messages. If you have recently changed any of your phone numbers please contact the office to update. This will ensure that you receive all the latest information on your student.
over 3 years ago, Adena Local Schools
The Daddy-Daughter dance pictures were picked up this morning by Downtown Photography due to misprints and flaws in the pictures. We will notify you as soon as they are available. We apologize for the inconvenience.
over 3 years ago, Lisa Wayland
At the Division III OHSAA State Track Meet today, Tate Myers finished 7th in the 400m dash preliminaries with a time of 51:35. Great season Tate!
over 3 years ago, Josh Jones
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over 3 years ago, Lisa Wayland
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Free Lunch Available
over 3 years ago, Lisa Wayland
Free Lunch Notice
Our disaster drill for today has concluded. A huge thank you to all departments involved.
over 3 years ago, Adena Local Schools
Class of 2019 sings Country Roads together one final time- Congratulations and best of luck to all.  Remember, you will always be part of the Adena family!
over 3 years ago, Adena Local Schools
Graduation
Our Division III District Runner-Up baseball team. Great season! A lot to be proud of!
over 3 years ago, Josh Jones
Division III Runner-Up
Congratulations to Tate Myers for advancing to the Division III State Track Meet in Columbus in the 400 Meter dash! Tate placed 4th in the event with a time of 50.88. Other track members that made the podium at the Division III Regional Track Meet at Fairfield Union were: Eric Hurtt - Shot Put (5th) Discus (8th) Garrett Simmons- 800m run (8th) Noah Kanniard- 1600m run (8th)
over 3 years ago, Josh Jones
The baseball team defeated Fairland 11-0 tonight in the Division III District Semifinal. They will now play Minford in the Division III District Championship this Saturday at 11 a.m. at VA Memorial Stadium. Go Warriors!
over 3 years ago, Josh Jones
Baseball team
As the year is coming to an end, here are some dates to write down for the high school in the 2019-2020 school year. First Day of School- Wednesday, August 21st Homecoming Football Game-Friday, October 18th Homecoming Dance- Saturday, October 19th Fall Sports Senior Night-Friday, November 1st Jr./Sr. Prom-Saturday, April 25, 2020 Academic Awards Ceremony-Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at 9 a.m. High School Graduation Ceremony-Saturday, May 30, 2020 at 7p.m.
over 3 years ago, Josh Jones
Attention: Check out this great opportunity for parents and students to visit some area colleges!!! Grades 9-12 welcome!!!
over 3 years ago, Adena Local Schools
Flyer
The High School Graduation Ceremony begins at 7 p.m. this Saturday. The doors will open at 6 p.m.
over 3 years ago, Josh Jones