The Elementary PTO Fundraiser items will be set for pick-up at Brad Lightle Park on May 14th. More information will be sent out in regards to time and how to pick up the items
almost 4 years ago, Lisa Wayland
Congratulations to Maddie Huff! She has been named Ross County’s Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award winner! This means that Maddie was chosen by the Ross-Pike Educational Service Center to receive the honor as Ross County’s top student.
almost 4 years ago, Josh Jones
Max Willis is a senior at Adena High School. After graduation, Max plans to continue his education but has not decided on a major yet. Whatever he does, we are sure he will do it well. We could not be more proud of him and all he has accomplished so far. We love you son!
about 4 years ago, Josh Jones
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We want to share with you the work of Erica Cormany who captured a lot of great pictures of students during Monday's senior recognition event. Thanks Mrs. Cormany for sharing!! https://youtu.be/zi5EdxigUCg
about 4 years ago, Adena Local Schools
Trey Timmons is a senior at Adena High School. After Trey finished his requirements for graduation earlier this year in January, he started working full time for his father's business at M & M Fabrication. Trey has been accepted to the University of Cincinnati where he would like to possibly pursue his interest in structural engineering but hasn't made up his mind if he will be attending this fall. He has developed a joy in landscaping using heavy equipment and is quite good at it, so this is also an area that his interest is directed to. Whatever decision he makes we know he will be successful. We love you son! Mom and Dad
about 4 years ago, Josh Jones
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KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION INFORMATION. Registration in the building has been cancelled. If you do not already have an appointment, please complete form on school website. A kindergarten teacher will then contact all who have registered to set up a screening date and time. Those with appointments do not need to complete form.
about 4 years ago, Lisa Wayland
An important announcement from the Elementary Principal regarding Kindergarten registration for the 2020-21 school year. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1n8MTt6nPBWRF-5lkSvZ7yDdUOi5BvWjTvfxwPJnZ03I/edit?usp=sharing
about 4 years ago, Adena Local Schools
Good Afternoon, This is Adena Superintendent John Balzer with a reminder that we will honor our seniors this evening at 8:20 by lighting the stadium to recognize their achievements and contributions to our school and community over the past 13 years. We have made arrangements to allow our seniors to meet in their cars at the school parking lot between 8:00 and 8:15 to form a senior procession which will be escorted by law enforcement down 550, passing the field and ending at the fire station. From there, students will be expected to head home. We will get a recording of this procession to post and share with students who want a copy for their school memorabilia collection. Again, we ask that you do not plan to go onto the field which will be closed due to the crowd restrictions we must adhere to during the stay-at-home order. We will make time available for photos with your seniors in the stadium when we are permitted to do so and we will give you plenty of advance notice. Also, I would like to ask all residents of the Adena Local School District to participate in recognizing our senior class by turning on your porch light from 8:20 to 8:40, resulting in twenty minutes of light for the Class of 2020. Thank you, and have a great afternoon. Stay safe and stay well. Together, we are Warrior Strong!
about 4 years ago, Adena Local Schools
Kayana Newsome is a senior at Adena High School. She also attends Ohio University of Chillicothe and will receive certification in Sports Medicine. She has worked as an STNA for two years and will continue her education at Southern State Community College to obtain a nursing degree. Kayana plans to become a labor and delivery nurse. Our hearts are broken because your senior year has been way less than expected, and that you are missing out on some of the traditional senior experiences. We could not be more proud of you and everything you have achieved thus far, and can't wait to see what the future holds for you. Keep your head up, reach for the stars and always follow your dreams. Love you Most, Mom, Harley and Family!
about 4 years ago, Josh Jones
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Update from Adena Superintendent John Balzer Good Afternoon Warrior Nation! Tomorrow, April 20th, we will honor our Seniors, at 20:20 (8:20 p.m.) by lighting the stadium lights for 20 minutes. This is a symbolic gesture to recognize the 13-year journey these outstanding young men and women have taken to reach the point in life where they set off to make their way in the world. Theirs hasn’t been the easiest of journeys. However, this group of students have formed bonds of friendship that will last a lifetime and experienced many significant achievements in spite of obstacles that threatened to block their paths. This group of students have been tested far more in spirit, determination and unity than most groups. They’ve demonstrated they have the strength and conviction to stand together as the Village when one of their own needs them to be there. As crowd restrictions remain in place, we cannot open the stadium or promote gatherings during this recognition. Hopefully the Governor will announce needed details early this week so we can begin making firm plans for what comes next. As soon as the restrictions ease up, we will announce the opportunity to come back to the stadium for pictures when we are able to do so safely. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. Monday evening we encourage you to drive by and have a look from the road. You might stop or slow down to take a quick picture from the car, but please don’t create a crowd situation that would possibly promote or worsen community spread of the virus or create safety hazards by impeding traffic. For you, Seniors, Monday night the lights will shine brightly. The stadium will be empty and silent, but the light will provide witness to the integrity, determination, courage, commitment and Warrior pride the Class of 2020 has demonstrated from Kindergarten through their senior year, in spite of the challenges presented this year by a global pandemic. The light will symbolically represent the character and accomplishments the Class of 2020 have forged from absolute determination and spirit. Although it has not been the spring we wanted for our children, we can celebrate the fact that the Class of 2020 has successfully learned the lessons of character, the reward of hard work and perseverance and the importance of unity and community pride. The Village will be well represented and fortified when the graduates of 2020 take their places beside us. It’s not over yet, Class of 2020- all is not lost! You were born at the time of the September 11 terror attack, lived through a financial collapse and recovery, numerous other moments of political and social upheaval and now a pandemic virus. You have what it takes to prevail! In true Warrior fashion, you’ll get through this and we will celebrate joyfully when better days return to Warrior Nation. Congratulations, Class of 2020- your light will shine brightly long past Monday!!!
about 4 years ago, Adena Local Schools
To all Elementary students and parents. Teachers will now be recording grades for work that has been assigned (pass/fail). Please be sure you have made contact with your child’s teacher so that all students are participating with the instruction that continues. Take care and stay safe.
about 4 years ago, Lisa Wayland
Survey Says! Hello Adena parents and caregivers! Please take a few minutes to click this link and access a brief survey to help us provide improved quality of service and assistance to you during the distance learning phase of the COVID19 pandemic. We want to do the best we can to help all of our families. We realize there are many different sets of circumstances and levels of comfort with technology and such. With your input we will attempt to do the best we can to help all of you get through this. Thank you for your help! https://forms.gle/hXvz3MmyfwCqArfb8
about 4 years ago, Adena Local Schools
Sydnie is a senior at Adena High School. She also attends Ohio University-Chillicothe CC+ classes and PRCTC where she has earned her STNA and Phlebotomy certification. After graduation, Sydnie plans to continue her education with Ohio University to obtain her Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology. This will serve as a foundation for her Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant Practice at Ohio University, Dublin.
about 4 years ago, Josh Jones
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Miah Richendollar is a senior at Adena High School. Miah plans to attend Ohio University in Chillicothe. She is still undecided on a major but looks forward to a career working with animals.
about 4 years ago, Josh Jones
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A tribute to the Senior Class of 2020.  On the 20th of the April we will light the stadium lights for 20 minutes at 8:20 to honor your perseverance and determination to succeed and rise above adversity- Warrior Strong and ready to venture out into the world beyond the familiar.  Congratulations Seniors and well done!
about 4 years ago, Adena Local Schools
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Kenton Dalton is a senior at Adena High School. After graduation, Kenton will be attending Ohio Christian University for music ministry. His major is undecided.
about 4 years ago, Josh Jones
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Lucas Foglesong is a senior at Adena High School. After graduation, Lucas will be attending the University of Cincinnati to study engineering.
about 4 years ago, Josh Jones
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Please see the following link for updates and announcements for the week ending 4-9-2020 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tZQudk7Z3lJNogKR-ljlAfZxEmGuTzMI0RDvju8bM_0/edit?usp=sharing
about 4 years ago, Adena Local Schools
Leah Beery is a senior at Adena High School. She has been accepted into Shawnee State University’s online program and is planning on getting a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy Assistant.
about 4 years ago, Josh Jones
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Dylan Gallaugher is a senior at Adena High School. Dylan is currently taking CC+ classes at Ohio University-Chillicothe. He has been accepted to continue there in the fall to complete his first year of college. He then plans to transfer to Ohio University to complete his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.
about 4 years ago, Josh Jones
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