April 29, 2011 OAK HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL
DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL
School Contacts HONOR ROLL NEWS
Congratulations to all the Honor Roll Students. Oak Hill
Middle School had 75 students that achieved Distinguished
Honor Roll. There were 198 students receiving “A” Honor Roll
Ken Wempe, Principal and 187 students receiving “B” Honor Roll. Oak Hill had 56%
firstname.lastname@example.org of the student body reach Honor Roll status. Congratulations
Julie Hart, Assistant Principal
to the Honor Roll students for their hard work.
DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL
Sue Schriber, Counselor
email@example.com Grade 6
Alexis Barnett Kenan Lochmueller
Cindy Williams, Principal’s Secretary Grant Barnett Zachary Martin
firstname.lastname@example.org Michelle Brakie Elena McMahon
Bertie Gerling, Secretary/Treasurer Delanie Burgess Nidhi Menon
Hannah Burry Ann Meyer-Rasmussen
Paige Byrd Logan Miller
Shelly Donovan, Nurse Charles Eich Jessica Peistrup
email@example.com Emily Gray Lindsay Phipps
Samuel Hahn Daniel Sellers
Carol Cage, Attendance
Lauren Hodoval Brittany Skinner
Danielle Hoover Madeline Stevens
Karen House, Cafeteria Manager Braedon Huber Sydney Stippler
Karen.firstname.lastname@example.org Christopher Laszlo Holly Witten
If your child is ill, going out of town, or will
Beau Ayres Jonathan Kline
be late to school, please call the School Joshua Brown Tyler Maassen
Office at 867-6426 by 9:30 A.M. A call is Trenton Burton Jacob Riggs
expected every day that the child is out. Jiawei Chen Danielle Rine
PRESS 1 for ATTENDANCE Lauren Day Alexander Sermersheim
REMINDER Gabrielle Dunning Nathanael Smith
Students are expected in be in their seats Ethan Elleser Vincent Somody
at 7:55 A.M. Lauren Falconer Edwin Velez-Calez
School is dismissed at 2:40.
Hannah Gore Shloak Vyas
Homework Routers are run when your
Tequilla Howard Jennifer Wade
child has been absent 3 consecutive days.
Please request a homework router from
Blake Kanoy Michaela Ward
the office or the attendance line. Kazuki Kawamura
Assignments can be picked after school
that day. Please bring locker number and
combination. (8th grade continued on next page.)
Distinguished Honor Roll continued EVSC Substitute Food Service Assistants:
We are accepting applications for the 2011/2012
Emma Burry Tristan Kitch
school year. We will be filling positions in all
Samuel Dugan Hope Luker
schools. Please submit an online application at
Jessica Fehd Lydia Miller
www.evscschools.com along with email
John Grimm Katelyn Parmenter
references. Be sure to check the box to apply for
Rachel Hale Trevor Purkiser
Substitute Food Service Assistants. We will be
Anna Hevron Kaley Rose
reviewing applications starting the beginning of
Jacilynn Holifield Peyton Smith
June for interview sessions to be held between the
Cory Hostetler Samantha Smith
middle and end of June. If you have any questions,
Brooke Huebner Taylor Stucke
please call 435-8259.
Ally Jacobs Maggie Vincent
Madeline Jaebker Natalie Wilhelm
Evan Johnson Abbie Wilson
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR
DEACONESS ART SHOW WINNERS
Lydia Miller- 1st Place
Taylor Bell -2nd Place
Ford Johnson – Honorable Mention
Joy Pajdo – Honorable Mention
A.B.C. – A BENCH FOR CAPS
The students at Oak Hill and Evans Middle
Mackenzie Tucker – Deaconess Choice Award
School will be working together on a new
project! We are collecting bottle caps from Oak
Hill and Evans students to make/create a bench
at the new North Junior High. Please collect the
bottle caps you have used at home because we
need 250 lbs. of caps! This includes all drink
container caps, food container lids, and
shampoo container caps, etc. Bring them to
school and place them in the buckets located in
the cafeteria and front office. The bench will be
located at the new North Junior High and North
High School. This is also a recycling project.
Please help us join together and benefit the SNOW MAKE-UP DAYS
May 6, 2011
May 26, 2011
If you need an activation code, or if you need any
assistance with the EdEase system,
please call the school office 867-6426.
2011/2012 NORTH JR. HIGH
7 Graders 8th Graders
Felisha Bailey (HP) Kennedy Andrew (OH) BUS TRANSPORTATION CREATES EMAIL
Cassie Carlile (OH) Audrey Ferguson (OH) ADDRESS.
MacKenzie Chapman(TMS) Kelsey Francis (OH)
Payton Johnson (OH) Ivy (Renee) Jackson (EMS) To create more efficiency and ease of
Lindsay Phipps (OH) Alena McTier (OH) communication, EVSC’s Bus Transportation
Carly Valentine (OH) Grace Parks (OH) has created an email address that parents
Lauren White (OH) Savanah Scarlett (OH) and schools can utilize when looking for
Briley Wingerter (OH) Samantha Shepherd (OH) answers regarding bus information. EVSC
Lexi Wells (ECS) Kierstin Taylor (EMS) bus officials will respond to any inquiries,
including bus stop location, time, bus
number, etc. within 24 hours. Parents also
NORTH HIGH SCHOOL FRESHMAN CHEER TEAM can email if they need to relay information
2011/2012 to officials such as their child not riding the
Libby Daugherty Lexi Parker bus that day.
Rachel Hale Mackenzie Schimmel
Olivia Keitel Hannah White The email address is:
Hope Luker Abbie Wilson email@example.com
Madison Mooney Kiersten Wingerter
DANCE/FLAG TEAM AT NORTH 2011/2012 UPCOMING DATES:
Camry Birdwell Alexandra Paul May 2 to May 6 – TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK
Alyssa Clayton Chelsey Vance May 2 -6:30 PM PTSA meeting
Sarah King Caitlyn Wasson May 4 -District Track Meet at Central
May 5 -6:30 PM 6 & 7 grade
Held in Oak Hill’s gym
“A WILDCAT NIGHT OF MEMORIES"
May 9 -6:00 PM 8 grade Honor’s Banquet
Held at North High School’s Dining Room
May 11 -Nurse’s Day
May 13, 2011 – 5:00 to 7:00 PM -City Track Meet at Central
(Rain date May 16)
May 12 -This is Our Story
Join the celebration for all former/current
May 13 -5:00 to 7:00 PM NIGHT OF MEMORIES
students, staff, and teachers of OHMS. There will May 19 -8:00 AM Super Citizenship Program
be a cookout, program put on by former students th
May 20 -8 Grade Holiday World Trip
(yes, you may participate!), and then a concert by -6 & 7 grade Picnic Lunch
May 24 -6:00 PM 8 Grade Graduation
THE DUKE BOYS! th
-8:00 to 10:00 PM 8 Grade Dance
(For more info, look at Facebook page: Oak Hill May 26 -Talent Show & End of Year Video
Middle School "A Wildcat Night of Memories"). -LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
QUESTION: How can we show our appreciation to our child/children's teacher(s), principal, or
ANSWER: You can express your "thank you" to any outstanding Educator by contributing to the Public
Education Foundation of Evansville, Inc. in his/her honor.
"Thank-A-Teacher" contributions to the Public Education Foundation are returned to schools in
the form of classroom enrichment grants. For 25 years, PEF has been a school and community partner
in public education. Since 1985, PEF has granted over $6 million to all curriculum areas. Last year, over
$2,100 was received in Thank-a-Teacher donations. These donations help fund our 2010 Excellence in
Education grants – a total of nearly $10,000 which was awarded in 19 grants to 13 schools for projects
impacting over 2,250 students.
Won't you consider honoring that significant educator in your child/children's life by
contributing to the "Thank-A-Teacher" program? Upon receipt of your contribution, the Foundation will
send a special card to the honored person congratulating him/her on being recognized by your family.
Please send your tax-deductible contribution check with the form below to:
Public Education Foundation
P O Box 1163
Evansville, IN 47706
P.S. May 2-6 2011 is PTA Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week. What a unique and caring way to honor
your child's special educator(s)! Send your donation now and we will send the honored
teacher(s)/administrator(s) a card and special little gift during Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week.
Name of Teacher: _____________________________________________________________________
Student's Name: _____________________________________________________________________
Your name: __________________________________________________________________________
Phone: ___________________________Contribution Amount: _________________________________
PTSA News…PEASE READ ENTIRE MESSAGE...TONS OF INFO!
I know the end of the year is so busy for all of us. As you read this email, please keep in mind
that the things we are doing are for EVERYONE'S children...we need a lot of help.
The last OHMS PTSA meeting - EVER - is Monday, May 2nd @ 6:30. PLEASE attend this
meeting to get info about the end-of-the-year events that we need to pull together.
6th & 7th Grade Parents:
** If you can help May 5th at the 6th/7th Grade Honors Reception, please meet in the small gym
at 5:30 to set up. VERY EASY - just cookies and drinks. We will also need people to help clean
8TH Grade Parents:
** If you would like to be involved with the 8th Grade Graduation Dance, we will be meeting
IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE PTSA MEETING ON MONDAY. We need to get some
planning done! If you can't attend the meeting but want to be involved, let me know!
** 8th Grade Honors Banquet: Some help setting up before the banquet is needed. Please be at
North High School at 5:00 if you can help.
** Teacher Appreciation Week starts May 2nd. The committee has planned some great things
for the teachers. Please be sure to look at emails regarding the need for food. This is a great
opportunity for the people who can't do things during the day to just drop stuff off at school.
ALSO, we will be putting together goodie bags for the teachers at the PTSA meeting Monday.
** "A WILDCAT NIGHT OF MEMORIES" is May 13th. If you have not heard about this, it's a
night of celebration for all former/current students, staff, and teachers of OHMS. There will be a
cookout, program put on by former students (yes, you may participate!), and then a concert by
THE DUKE BOYS! (For more information, look at Facebook page: Oak Hill Middle School "A
Wildcat Night of Memories"). The PTSA has been asked to take care of the food for the event.
WE WILL NEED HELP!!! The cookout is from 5:30-7:00. If you would like to help, please
let me know!
Unfortunately, the offices of PRESIDENT, VICE-PRESIDENT, AND SECRETARY have
not been filled for next year. I know it seems like these positions are very time-consuming, when
actually, they are not. I have made sure that that the biggest events/committees have been filled
for next year. This will take a HUGE weight off the shoulders of next year's President. ALSO, a
lot of schools are trending toward the idea of CO-PRESIDENTS. This enables 2 people to work
together and SPLIT the meetings, forms, responsibilities, etc. I really think this would work well
for next year. IN ALL HONESTY - if my daughter were not graduating this year, I would stay
on as President for next year. Now that I have it "figured out", it's not so bad. I will be glad to
help guide whoever decides to take the positions for next year. I have great pride in what we
have done this year, and I know that it will be better next year! Please feel free to contact me if
you have any questions about possibly filling one of these positions. Consider it an opportunity
to have a front row seat to what is going on at the new school...I know we all care about our kids
and what is happening at their school.
So, like I said....tons of info! Thanks in advance for helping out during the CrAzY time of year!
We need to help the students and teachers end the FINAL school year at OHMS with a BANG!
Hope to see you Monday night!