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VOLUME 10 NUMBER 7

NOVEMBER, 2018

IN THIS ISSUE PAGE 2 PLAIN LOCAL CHAMPIONS PAGES 5-13 SCHOOL UPDATES PAGE 21 WINTER SPORTS SCHEDULES PAGE 24 BOO AT THE SCHOOL

Congratulations to the GlenOak High School girls golf team as well as Brandon Jatich from the boys golf team for making it to the State Golf Tournament in Columbus this fall. The girls finished in ninth place with a 681. Finishing for the Golden Eagles were Jessica Hahn (15th, 155), Madison Reemsnyder (21st, 157), Lauren Petro (54th, 181), Faith Brown (63rd, 189) and Tina Athans (68th, 192). GlenOak’s Brandon Jatich tied for 53rd with a 179.

Dear Community, It is hard to believe snow is falling and the temperatures are getting quite cold. As we begin another holiday season, I would like to wish your family a safe and happy holiday. I know the hustle of a school year and many activities take all of us away from our family. My hope is that you will take some time to enjoy one another and reflect on the many blessings we have. I am honored to lead the Plain Local School District and feel extremely fortunate to live and raise my family in Plain Local. The fall season was full of activities and events across the district and throughout the state of Ohio. I have had the opportunity to watch our kids perform and compete in numerous competitions, events, and performances. After leaving every activity, I take time to reflect on the talent and ability of our students. They dedicate many hours outside of the classroom in activities they love. Their passion and dedication is seen at every event, and they represent the community with great pride. I would also like to thank our entire staff. They are the best in Stark County and constantly strive to provide the best learning environment for all students. No matter their role in the district, I continue to be impressed with their commitment to excellence. They are all Champions! Finally, thank you for your continued support for the Plain Local School District. It takes all of us working together to have a successful school district. I enjoy meeting and talking with many parents and community members throughout our diverse district. Our partnership is the key to our success now and into the future. All of us play an important role for the future of Stark County. I look forward to starting another year in 2019. The Plain Local School District is strong, and ready to serve you and your family. Go Eagles!

Brent May, Superintendent

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PLAIN LOCAL WOULD LIKE TO GIVE SPECIAL RECOGNITION TO INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, TEAMS AND BUSINESSES THAT ARE CHAMPIONS IN OUR SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITY!

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Art Cares club from Glenwood Intermediate School:

Mrs. Arway and the Art Cares Club at Glenwood Intermediate School were recently awarded a Fairfield Product Grant. The company awarded free products in their “We Make for Good” project grants. Mrs. Arway’s students submitted their Felt Monster Toy project and received a donation from the Fairfield company. Way to go Eagle Artist’s for making the community a better place, one project at a time!

Rhonda Nagle:

Rhonda is a bus driver for Plain Local Schools. Here is what our transportation director, Glenna Romine shared, “Rhonda Nagle is a bus driver that is passionate about her job. She focuses on safety and compliance along with keeping in mind what is best for children. I commend Rhonda for a job well done in making her route efficient, effective and greeting all students with a smiling face. When these students arrive at their schools they have already had a great start to their school day. Way to be a CHAMPION Rhonda!”

Deputy, Jerry Elliot:

Deputy Jerry Elliot is a deputy from the Stark County Sherriff’s Office that serves as a school resource officer at Barr, Warstler and Middlebranch Elementary schools. Here is what Middlebranch Elementary principal Jill Downing shared, “Not only does Jerry make sure that we are all safe, but he builds relationships with students to support them. He is always willing to help out in any way that he can.”

Taylor Bogovich:

Ms. Bogovich is a third-grade teacher at Avondale Elementary. This is her first year of teaching, but you would never know it! Here is what Mrs. Moff had to say about her, “She is student-centered, enthusiastic and works very hard to have a positive impact on her third graders. Ms. Bogovich works collaboratively with colleagues and always has a smile on her face. She truly loves teaching and her students. Avondale is so very lucky to have Ms. Bogovich join our team!”

Riley Tharpe:

Riley Tharpe from Warstler Elementary was named Artist of the month from her art teacher Mr. Seeman! Riley is described as a leader in the classroom and her school. She models good behavior for other students and loves to be creative in Art class.

Frazer Fierce Females:

The Frazer Fierce Females are a fourth grade empowerment group at Frazer Elementary. They are meeting with strong women leaders in our community and will be doing a service project this winter.


in the community

Smile A little smile can go a long way!

Engage in conversation Say hello – it’s a great place to start!

Ask open ended questions A great way to get to know someone new is to ask them questions.

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Learn new names Simply asking someone their name can help to build trust.

Be a Be present Avoid using your phone, tablet or computer when engaging in conversation.

Give compliments Giving out praise is free.

think before you act

How to be a

Press pause before you respond.

build relationships A friend is the best thing you can be.

speak up If you see something, say something.

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EARLY LEARNERS (BIRTH–PRE-K) Story Time & More

Story times open up the world of books, music, culture, and play to young children and their families. There will be no story times the week of Dec. 16, 23, and 30. Registration is required for all. Baby/Toddler Wednesdays, 10:30–11 a.m. Preschool Tuesdays, 10:30–11:15 a.m. Pajama Mondays, 7–7:30 p.m. Wear your pajamas and get ready for a cuddly story that’s perfect for bedtime.

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Saturday, Nov. 17, Dec. 15, Jan. 19, Feb. 16 10:30 a.m.–12 p.m. Imagine, create, and build with LEGO® and/or DUPLO® bricks (provided).

Arts @ the Library Saturday, Feb. 2 10 a.m.–12 p.m. Listen to music by a famous composer and try your hand at a work of art.

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TUTORING IS A SLAM DUNK AT AVONDALE Thirty-one fourthgrade students at Avondale Elementary have become Student Leaders and Mentors (SLAM) for students in kindergarten through third grade. These SLAM tutors went through an application and interview process with Avondale principal, Mrs. Moff and school counselor, Mr. McCartney. The SLAM tutors were chosen for either full-time or part-time tutoring. The SLAM tutors will work with the younger students in the mornings from 9-9:20 a.m. They will work with the students on activities that are assigned by the homeroom teachers. Our SLAM tutors began working with younger student buddies at the beginning of November. Not only are they serving as tutors, they are forming bonds and serving as peer role models. Our SLAM tutors are learning to be leaders and the importance of being reliable, respectful and responsible. They are required to make up the morning work they miss as well as have excellent attendance, work habits and behavior. After having their monthly timesheets signed by their Evan Crissey works with La Trell Still as a part of the SLAM tutoring at Avondale Elementary. mentor teachers and their homeroom teachers, SLAM tutors turn those sheets into Mr. McCartney and earn a “payday.” SLAM tutors work for things like donated gift cards, extra responsibilities at school, Eagle badges and other donated items. Mrs. Moff believes that the payday goes beyond the actual donated items. She shared, “I love that our students can see the benefits of hard work through the payday items, like the gift cards. More importantly, our SLAM tutors are developing strong leadership skills that will also help them to be college and career ready. What a wonderful opportunity they have to make a difference in their little buddies’ lives as well. I am incredibly proud of them and excited to see where they will go this year and beyond.”

STUDENTS MAKE WORDS WALK AND TALK IN BARR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL’S FIRST VOCABULARY PARADE!

Students at Barr Elementary created costumes that sent a host of words marching across the grounds at Barr Elementary on Oct. 24, 2018. Parents were able to enjoy, applaud, and be amazed by our students’ ingenuity. The Vocabulary Parade was part of Barr Elementary School’s ongoing effort to increase word recognition among our students. The parade concept is based on Debra Frasier’s book, “Miss Alaineus, A Vocabulary Disaster,” where a student confuses the word “miscellaneous” for the person, Miss Alaineus. In this hilarious story, great embarrassment is assuaged by turning this mortifying mistake into a winning costume at the Vocabulary Parade. All 360 students participated in the Vocabulary Parade, which will now become a new tradition at Barr Elementary.

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FRAZER ELEMENTARY AND WALSH UNIVERSITY CREATE TEACHABLE MOMENTS There has been quite a lot going on in the hallways and classrooms of Frazer Elementary this fall! Students are getting to know their new teachers, volunteers are starting to come back in to work with students and the school is up and running! There is something new happening--Walsh University is working with Frazer staff to create teachable moments for their education students and our Frazer students. On Mondays and Wednesdays, we have, at times, 15 Walsh education students coming in to work with first, third, and fourth-grade students. They are members of Dr. Brenda Rosler’s courses at Walsh University and are working toward meeting their education requirements. The Walsh students are focusing in on their pre-student teaching methods, phonics, and reading assessment and intervention training. It has been a positive experience for our students to get more individualized instruction, all while these future teachers are learning from our staff as well. This has been a great experience that we are hoping could be the start of a great partnership between the two Plain Township educational institutions.

NEW PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT AT MIDDLEBRANCH Middlebranch students and staff are thankful to our community for all of their support in helping the PTO raise funds to purchase new playground equipment! Middlebranch PTO focused their efforts on raising funds to purchase additional playground equipment for three years. PTO officers came to Mrs. Downing, Middlebranch principal, with the idea as the number of students at Middlebranch was increasing. They wanted to be sure that all students had something safe to do while at recess. They also wanted equipment that could be enjoyed by students of all grade levels. Fundraisers included schoolwide walkathons, pretzel and candy bar sales, quarter auctions and dine-outs. These events were supported by our Middlebranch community through purchases of what was being sold, pledges supporting our students during the walkathon, donations from community businesses for walkathon prizes, donations, vendors and bidders during our quarter auctions. The Plain Local Schools maintenance department assisted with the installation so Middlebranch could be sure that the equipment was installed properly and promptly. On Oct. 30, the students celebrated during a ribbon-cutting ceremony that took place at recess, with our PTO officers, past and present, cutting the tape.

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STARK LIBRARY EVENTS - cont. TEENS (6TH–12TH GRADE) TeensCREATE

Wednesday, Nov. 21, Dec. 19, Jan. 16, Feb. 20 2:30–4 pm Hang out with your friends and make new ones at the Library. Enjoy activities including music, art, STEM, snap circuits, and more. Each day will bring something new to do and explore.

ADULTS

Knitting Club Needlechat Every Wednesday | 10–11:30 a.m. Join fellow knitters and crocheters to work on current projects at all skill levels while sharing tips and tricks.

Book Club Mystery Book Club 4–5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17: The Brethren by John Grisham

TAFT ELEMENTARY PUMPKIN PARADE

Thursday, Feb. 21: Bluebird Bluebird by Attica Locke

Written by Taft Elementary Students: Gigi, Mia, and Raegan

Meet Imbolo Mbue, Author of Behold the Dreamers Thursday, Feb. 7 | 6:30 p.m. Held at the Canton Palace Theatre When the financial crisis hit in 2008, Imbolo Mbue lost her job. This inspired Mbue’s award-winning debut novel, “Behold the Dreamers,” in which she shares the different experiences of two families during the 2008 financial crisis. Q&A and book signing to follow. Please register at StarkLibrary.org/SpeakingOfBooks. continued on page 8

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At Taft Elementary, students are encouraged to write every day. Writing for a real purpose helps children have ownership in their work. Taft asked children to submit articles for the paper about an event happening at Taft. Three students worked together to write the following article from Mrs. King’s first and second-grade blended class. Our principal, Mrs. Milford, assigned a Principal Pumpkin Parade Challenge for the whole school! Each grade level had a different book report to complete with their favorite book. Students had to tell a summary of the book with key details. Included were the title, the characters, the setting, the problem, and the solution. Then each student had to decorate a pumpkin to look like the main character from the book! Kids shared these with the entire school in the gym. On a school day, the pumpkins were displayed in the hallway for all students to see as they paraded around. At 3 p.m., parents came in to view the pumpkins and got to have donuts and cider and learn about the importance of reading at home! It was so much fun and we (and our parents) learned a lot!

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OAKWOOD CROSS COUNTRY MAKES DEBUT AT STATE MEET Oakwood Cross Country ran for the first time ever in the state meet. The boys team took second place overall and the girls team took sixth place overall out of 30 teams competing throughout the state. One Oakwood standout won the entire meet: Oakwood’s Tommy Rice is the Ohio State Cross Country Middle School Champion! Plain Local salutes Coaches Scott Laughman, Nicole Winkler and the cross-country runners for a Champion Season!

OAKWOOD STUDENTS MAKING A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE IN THEIR SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY Oakwood students have made an impact in their school community through their problem-based learning projects that have become reality. Students have taken initiative through their planning and connections to make their projects come to life. Oakwood students are champions because they champion for others! Filtered Water Bottle Filling Station: Eighth graders Jazel Issa, Caris Lantz, and Carmen Papaleo worked to fundraise and purchase two water bottle filling stations at Oakwood to provide clean-filtered and cold water for Oakwood. Their project is appreciated everyday by the staff and students at Oakwood! Dollars for Delaney: Seventh grader Abigail Watson sold bracelets and basket raffle tickets to memorialize her best friend, Delaney Riley. Abigail raised over $800 that she donated to Akron Children’s Hospital Heart Unit. Spirit Wear to Increase School Spirit: Eighth graders Madison Dentler and Natalie Stepanovich worked with Liquid designers to create Oakwood spirit T-shirts to sell to students and staff. They took orders last year for delivery this fall. The shirts are being worn and will be used as free entry to basketball and wrestling events to increase school spirit! Matt’s Mile: Eighth grader Xavier Grimwood wanted to do something to help Assistant Principal Matt Gagnon and came up with the idea of selling #GagnonStrong bracelets. The fundraising has evolved into an event sponsored by Our Journey of Hope and several restaurants “Give Back” nights. What a difference one person’s idea and caring can make! Pink Ribbons for Breast Cancer Awareness: Oakwood students Gabby Buckley, Olivia DeSarro and Corrie Schorsten made and sold pink ribbons for Breast Cancer Awareness during the last week of October. Donations will go to Aultman Hospital Breast Cancer Center on behalf of Oakwood. They are donating $124. American Flag Replacement Project: Seventh grader Makenna Avery has proposed for her problem-based learning a project to replace the worn flags in the Oakwood classrooms. She has reached out to the American Legion to research how to dispose of the older flags. She sold patriotic ribbons for the week of Veterans Day to collect funds to order new flags for our school.

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STARK LIBRARY EVENTS - cont. TECHNOLOGY Google Maps

Thursday, Feb. 14 1–2:30 p.m. Going on a vacation? Learn how to plot your journey using Google Maps, a free website/app that can help you find directions and explore new places.

Manage Your Files & Folders with Windows

STEM GIRLS PARTICIPATE IN FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE DAY AT THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

GlenOak and Oakwood STEM girls traveled to The Ohio State University for Florence Nightingale Day. The day consisted of activities related to understanding scientific data and statistics and exploring careers in statistics. Miss Emma Clark, college guide, and Mrs. Burchfield, Oakwood teacher, accompanied the girls to OSU for the day. The girls learned a lot from the experience and came home with great Buckeye goodie bags!

for Seniors

Thursday, Feb. 21 1–2:30 p.m. Learn to create shortcuts for a file, folder; organize your files; empty as well as how to recover files and folders from the Recycle Bin; adjust speaker volume or mute speaker sound.

Android Basics I & II Thursday, Feb. 21 & 28 6–7:30 p.m. This two-part series provides an introduction to Android for smartphones and tablets.

Windows 10 Basics Thursday, Feb. 28 1–2:30 p.m. Whether you purchased a new computer or updated to Windows 10, discover new features of Windows 10, or revisit some of your old favorites.

OAKWOOD EIGHTH-GRADE COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS NIGHT

Eighth-grade students attended the Eighth Annual College and Career Readiness Night at Oakwood. Representatives from Kent State University, Muskingum University, Malone University, Mount Union University, Walsh University, Aultman College, and GlenOak Career Technology programs addressed families in a panel discussion and answered questions. Families had the opportunity to meet with representatives and collect information from area colleges. Appreciation was expressed for the opportunity to have the knowledge of how to plan and prepare for this future endeavor. We thank our community colleges for their partnership in sharing with our eighthgrade families!

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GLENWOOD STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN “NIGHT AT THE RACES”

What does it mean to be an Eagle Champion? The focus at Warstler Elementary has been to acknowledge students and their accomplishments. One way is to make positive choices that positively impact others. For these students, staff acknowledge them as Eagle Champions. Staff members have Eagle Tickets that they can fill out, recognizing what a student has done to positively impact others. It could be anything from helping others to demonstrating leadership. These tickets are then put in our Eagles Nest in the office. The Eagles Nest was created and donated by Jeff Ramser. Everyday five tickets are drawn and those students are acknowledged for their positive choices. We make a difference at Warstler, one choice at a time.

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Congratulations to all fifth-grade Glenwood STEAM students who participated in the Night at the Races on Oct.18. We had 74 cars race in the All-American Soap Box Derby Gravity Racing Challenge. This STEAM challenge asks students to collect and analyze data, build and race mini soap box derby cars and learn the science behind aerodynamics! Mrs. Arway teaches this four-week unit that culminates in the Night at the Races for students and their families to enjoy! Awards were given in the following categories: Teamwork award: Tyler Keyes, Lathan Carl, and Bode Stephan. Best Car Design: Bella Troutman, Laila Cindric and Kaydan Bordwell. Best Car Name was awarded to Daisy Theodore and Sophia Mayle Smith for their car: “TACOCAT!”. Third place winners: Anna Weber and Molly Klein. Second place Winners were: Torrie Garner Mann, Zoey Lockner, and Tara Kennehan and the Grand Prize Winners, who will compete in Akron this spring at Derby Downs are Will Harris and Massimo Robertsi. Congratulations, Eagles!

Eagle Champions at Warstler

Mrs. Arway is ready to race during Glenwood’s “Night at the Races” event.

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Plain Township Soccer: To register visit, https://apm.activecommunites.com/plaintownship/Home Adult Men’s Session 2: Dates: Jan. 27, Feb. 10, 17, 24, March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, April 7. Registration Deadline: Jan. 20, 2019. $660.00 per team. Register at https://apm. activecommunities.com/plaintownship/ Home

GLENOAK STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN STARK STATE MATH COMPETITION

GlenOak competed at the Fifth Annual Stark State Math Competition on Saturday, Nov. 3. They were represented by 20 students in an entire field of 112 students from eight different schools. The competition was composed of both an individual and a team component. Two students, junior Logan Ramos and senior Hannah Gariepy, finished fifth and 10th, respectively, in the individual portion of the competition. GlenOak’s Team D (the five teams were designated A through E), composed of Ramos, Gariepy, and seniors Tristan Monteith and Lauren Turner, finished fourth out of 27 teams.

HS Girls Session 2: Dates: Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24, March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, April 7. Registration Deadline: Jan. 27, 2019. $660.00 per team. Register at https://apm.activecommunities.com/plaintownship/Home Rec 1-6 Session 2: Dates: Jan. 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23, March 2, 9, 16, 23. Registration Deadline: Jan. 20, 2019. $82.50 for first child, $71.50 for second child, $66.00 for third child and up. $55.00 if parent volunteers to coach. One per family. Register at www.teamsideline.com/plaintownship Rec K Session 2: Dates: Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9. Registration Deadline: Dec.31, 2018. $55.00 for first child. $50.00 for second child. $45.00 for third child and up. Register at www.teamsideline.com/plaintownship Rec K Session 3: Dates: Feb. 16, 23, March 2, 9, 16, 23. Registration Deadline: Feb. 10, 2019. $55.00 for first child. $50.00 for second child. $45.00 for third child and up. Register at www.teamsideline.com/ plaintownship

Driver’s Ed – GlenOak High School After School: 2:30-5:40 p.m., Room C113

Rec 7-8 Session 2: Dates: Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25, March 4, 11, 18, 25, April 1, 8. Registration Deadline: Jan. 28, 2019. $82.50 for first child. $71.50 for second child. $66.00 for third child and up. Register at www.teamsideline.com/plaintownship.com

January Course: Jan. 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17

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GlenOak High School of Business students present to a local group of investors as part of the Third Annual Junior Achievement Shark Investment Day

GLENOAK HIGH SCHOOL BUSINESS STUDENTS PITCH BUSINESS IDEAS

On Friday Oct. 19, we held our Third Annual Junior Achievement Shark Investment Day in the business lab at GlenOak High School. Students, who had formed three companies based on their business strengths, presented their ideas to a panel of six local sharks. These sharks have had or currently hold roles in business such as CEO, CFO, founder, manager, owner, and sales. They were a tough group of critics, and offered our students many suggestions. In total, $1,600 was awarded to the three companies! This is a record amount of money for a JA Pitch Day at GlenOak.

WE ARE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THREE COMPANIES FOR THIS YEAR: Bats Around Town - Creating a beautiful, custom bat house in order to stem the mosquito problem in a non-toxic, Earth-friendly way. These bat houses measure 9 ¼” x 24”, are made of pine wood that has been torched to protect against the elements, and protect our bats against the deadly white-nose bat syndrome affecting our Ohio bat population. If you are interested in purchasing a bat house for only $30, please contact Bats Around Town at batsaroundtown@gmail.com. MDRN Marketing - “Reach More for Less” Students in this company offer a fresh, unique and young perspective for area companies to reach customers with cutting edge corporate merchandise. This company offers custom, high quality products, for a price that cannot be beat. Check out www.mdrn.marketing for more information, or contact us at info@ mdrn.marketing.

#PartnersInPlain A big thank you to Mr. David Thompson and the GlenOak Music Production class for joining us at the Music Technology Preview! #BeAChampion Golden Flashes. Golden Eagles. Golden Opportunities.

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Skyline Custom Clothing - “Promoting individual expression through custom clothing designs” - Students in this company have developed four revenue streams to extend their vision: “Class of” Campaign, Made-To-Order Line, Make & Take Line, and Special Events. Check out our limited time “Class of” Campaign for all grade levels - shirts are only $13 and will be delivered before Winter Break (and can be held as a gift). Consider supporting our High School of Business™ senior companies by purchasing from them!


GLENOAK CAREER TECH UPDATES Program Name: Commercial Photography Instructor Name: Jeannene Mathis-Bertosa Commercial Photography seniors Jenna Potter and Nah’Ja Duncan served as event photographers for the Akron Canton Regional Food Bank’s Taste of the Pro Football Hall of Fame event on Sept. 25. The students gained valuable experience photographing guests, surveyors and Hall of Fame enshrinees during the event. Jenna Potter and Nah’Ja Duncan

Program Name: Music Production Instructor Name: David Thompson GlenOak High School Career Tech Music Production students recently traveled to Kent State University at Stark to tour their new music recording, performance, and rehearsal space. The facility expands opportunities for area musicians to develop their skills in all aspects of the music industry. Highlights of the tour included a live performance demonstration of their state-of-the-art studio, an in-depth conversation with music faculty members, and a campus tour. The partnership between GlenOak High School’s Music Production program and Kent State Stark’s Music Production Bachelor’s degree program offers many opportunities for students at both institutions in the exciting and rewarding field of music.

Program Name: Animation & Graphic Design Instructor Name: Paula Hinchliffe As part of the Start Smart Teen Driving Safety Program, through the support of State Farm and Q92 Radio, Safe Communities held a billboard design contest that addressed distracted driving for all Stark County high school students grade 9-12. Students were asked to come up with a slogan and drawing with a distracted driving safety message. Two students from GlenOak High School in the Animation and Graphic Design program were selected as winners. These winning students will have their design placed on a billboard for four weeks at a location in the county starting in December. Senior Alec Fonte was the first-place winner and will select from one of the following prizes: a $700 Gemini Bicycle Center gift card, a $500 Best Buy gift card, or a driver’s training course. Junior, Faye Switzer, was the third-place winner. Animation and Graphic Design students also soared in the Stark Speaks up for Kindness art contest. Clayton Hendrix, Talia Longberry and Cameron Jones are grand prize winners. Their artwork will be displayed on the 2019 Stark Speaks Up for Kindness Calendar, distributed to thousands of families, schools and organizations in Stark County. They announced the winners to the public at the First Friday Art Harvest event at the Canton Museum of Art on Friday, Oct. 5 at 6:30 p.m. Following the First Friday event, their artwork traveled to the North Canton Library’s Little Art Gallery where it was displayed for the rest of the month. The Canton Charge basketball team will also recognize the winners at the Student Game in January.

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2018 PLAIN LOCAL SCHOOLS BOARD MEMBERS AND MEETINGS

John W. Halkias President Term: 2018-2021 c: 234-262-0470 h: 330-494-4719

Kristen Donohue Guardado Vice President Term: 2018-2021 w: 330-489-3395 h: 330-497-2828

Eugene M. Cazantzes Term: 2016-2019 h: 330-456-5787

Meeting Dates: December 12, 2018 6:30 p.m. Plain Local Schools Administration Office.

Monica Rose Gwin Term: 2016-2019 c: 330-417-5208

Dr. Ambrose Perduk, Jr. Term: 2018-2021 h: 330-904-4620

The 2019 Board of Education meeting dates will be posted online and in the Plain Paper in January.

PLAIN LOCAL CELEBRATES DIVERSITY The Plain Local School District will once again be hosting its annual celebration of diversity and culture. This year’s event, entitled “Be a Champion: Stronger Together,” will be held at GlenOak High School on Thursday, Jan. 17, from 6-8:30 p.m. In its fifth year, the Celebrate Diversity event explores the diverse cultures of Plain Local and how they influence art, music, and the community. This is a free event and open to the public. Highlights of past events include vocal musical performances from the district’s first graders, art displays created by students of all ages, a welcome event for the district’s English Learner (EL) families, a student Latin Drumming performance, cultural rooms sponsored by Plain Local’s World Language programs, tables and activities coordinated by community agencies and organizations, a “Battle of the Brush” competition between GlenOak High School students, and spotlighted performances from the dance, drama, vocal music, and instrumental music programs in Plain Local. In addition, this year’s event will feature a return of the Community Choir, a game highlighting GlenOak’s wheelchair basketball team, performances by students participating in school programs partnered with Arts in Stark, a must-see student ukulele performance, and a sneak peek at Oakwood Middle School’s musical production of “James and the Giant Peach, Jr.” Please plan on attending this fun evening for the entire family and celebrate everything that is great about Plain Local!

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PLAIN TOWNSHIP SOCCER: - cont. Adult Coed Session 2: Dates: Jan. 25, Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22, March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29. Registration Deadline: Jan. 20, 2019. $660.00 per team. Register at https://apm.activecommunities.com/plaintownship/Home Adult Women’s Individual: Dates: Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23, March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, April 6, 2019. Registration Deadline: Jan. 27, 2019. $82.50 per individual. Register at www.teamsideline.com/plaintownship Adult Men’s Individual: Dates: Jan. 27, Feb. 10, 17, 24, March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, April 7. Registration Deadline: Jan. 20, 2019. $82.50 per individual. Register at www. teamsideline.com/plaintownship U14 Session 2: Dates: Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25, March 4, 11, 18, 25, April 1, 8. Registration Deadline: Jan. 28, 2019. $660.00 per team. Register at https://apm.activecommunities.com/plaintownship/Home U12 Session 2: Dates: Jan. 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23, March 2, 9, 16, 23. Registration Deadline: Jan. 20, 2019. $660.00 per team. Register at https://apm.activecommunities.com/plaintownship/Home Messy Hands Session 3: Dates: Dec. 3, 10, 17, 2018, Jan. 7, 14, 2019. $41.00 per child. Must be accompanied by an adult. Registration Deadline: Dec. 3, 2018. Register at https://apm.activecommunities.com/ plaintownship/Home Messy Hands Session 4: Dates: Jan. 28, Feb. 4, 11, 25, March 4, 2019. $41.00 per child. Must be accompanied by an adult. Registration Deadline: Jan. 28, 2019. Register at https://apm.activecommunities.com/ plaintownship/Home Messy Hands Session 5: Dates: March 11, 18, April 1, 8, 15, 2019. $41.00 per child. Must be accompanied by an adult. Registration Deadline: March 11, 2019. Register at https://apm.activecommunities.com/plaintownship/Home

STARK PARKS UPDATE • Here Comes Santa!

On Saturday, Dec. 1, meet the big guy himself from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. as Stark Parks and the Stark County District Library welcome Santa to the Exploration Gateway at Sippo Lake Park. Children can visit with Santa, make holiday crafts to take home, see Santa’s live animals, and enjoy cookies and milk.

Santa will make his arrival at 10:30 a.m. Don’t forget your camera!

• Be a part of holiday music magic with Stark Parks and the Canal Fulton Community Band as they present a Holiday Concert! On Wednesday, Dec. 5, come to the Exploration Gateway at 7:30 p.m. to enjoy a performance with an array of music from Hollywood movie tunes to the joyous sounds of the season. • Looking to escape from cabin fever over the holiday break? Register for Winter Camp at Stark Parks! On Thursday, Dec. 27, and Friday, Dec. 28, children ages 6 to 12 can become scientists and sleuths through hands-on activities, crafts, games, outdoor exploration, and even making some “wild” new friends from 9 a.m. to noon each day at the Exploration Gateway. Campers must be able to attend both days. • The Exploration Gateway at Sippo Lake Park is located at 5712 12th St. NW in Canton. It is also a drop-off location for the Toys for Tots campaign. Purchase a Toys for Tots item from the Lily Pad Gift Shop! The Lily Pad is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday. New and unwrapped toys can be dropped off before Dec. 14.

For more information about parks, trails, and winter programming, visit StarkParks.com.

TRANSPORTATION NOTICE

The Plain Local Schools transportation department is busy preparing for the weather change this winter. Please make sure students are dressed for the weather and out at bus stops prior to the buses arriving. Any cancellation of school will be announced on our website, via our district wide All-Call and posted on all local weather stations. We urge drivers to be cautious and remember to stop for all school busses. If you have any questions, please contact our Transportation Department at 330-492-1918.

Messy Hands Session 6: Dates: April 22, 29, May 6, 13, 20, 2019. $41.00 per child. Must be accompanied by an adult. Registration Deadline: April 22, 2019. https:// apm.activecommunities.com/plaintownship/Home

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CHILD & ADOLESCENT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

UNDERSTANDING AND WORKING THROUGH CHILDHOOD TRAUMA Childhood trauma can be experienced in a variety of ways, and not all children respond to trauma alike. What can be considered “traumatic” for one child might not bother another—and how one child experiences the effects of trauma will surely differ from the effects felt by other children. There is no “one way” to understand childhood trauma, but there are several things we can do as parents, teachers, therapists, and community members to help children that are in need. The most important thing we can do is to understand what trauma can look like. Acting out or behavioral problems are chalked up to ADD, bad upbringing, or just “kids being kids,” but can sometimes be a sign that a child is suffering and is overwhelmed by their past experiences. We often think of trauma as being immediate, but it is common for children to go through a traumatic experience and show signs that they are coping well, only to experience the negative side effects of trauma later in life.

ways that are unappealing or that seem to indicate that they do not want interaction with adults (even when they do). Children may also respond by needing an excessive amount of attention and affection. Reacting in a way that demonstrates to the child that their needs are valid and understood is key. There are some ways that you can nurture your child’s emotional needs as they work through their trauma. Build their self-esteem by giving them age-appropriate tasks to complete. This also helps a child feel as if they have

Acting out or behavioral problems are chalked up to ADD, bad upbringing, or just “kids being kids,” but can sometimes be a sign that a child is suffering and is overwhelmed by their past experiences.

There are some other more noticeable signs that can indicate that a child has experienced trauma in their past: • A refusal to return to a certain place, especially if something traumatic has happened there • Problems with sleeping and eating • Problems focusing or a decrease in academic/athletic performance • A fixation on mortality and death • Unexplained irritability, anger, or anxiety • A need for, or a dislike of, attention • Fear of being abandoned

personal agency, and gives them control over something that they can easily manage. You can also create a routine to help children anticipate meal times, play times, and bed times. Many children find comfort in predictability and structure. Finally, the most important thing you can do for a child who has experienced trauma is listen to them. Listen to what they need to tell you, even if you think it’s irrelevant or that it doesn’t matter. They are telling you for a reason. Listen without judging—let them know that you are a person who they can tell things to without worry of punishment or repercussions. If you know a child who needs a little help meeting life’s challenges, please know that Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health is always available to children, young adults, and families that are still learning to cope and thrive. Seeing a therapist can be a key piece of a traumatized child’s well-being, and can provide tools and tips for families learning to move past trauma.

There are also emotional signs to watch out for that may indicate a child has experienced trauma in their past, such as low self-esteem, trouble forming bonds with parents or caregivers, trust issues, depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts or tendencies. These are definitely scary signs, and they should always be taken seriously. The good news is that there are things that parents and caregivers can do to help children who are dealing with trauma and its effects.

Our new location, operating in the GlenOak High School campus, is one of four locations where Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health provides health, hope, and happiness through mental and behavioral health services such as therapy, case management, trauma-informed day treatment, substance use and abuse treatment services, and much more. As a community resource, we want to stress the availability of our services to all in need in Stark County.

The best thing you can do for a traumatized child is to find them professional help. A therapist, counselor, or psychiatrist can help create an action plan for a traumatized child that will not only facilitate a supportive environment where they can work through their trauma, but can be helpful for families learning to provide the best possible care for those children.

If you or a loved one is in need of our services, please call one of our offices:

You also must learn to respond rather than react. Children that experience trauma can sometimes act out in

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SAVE THE DATE FOR PLAIN TOWNSHIP WINTERFEST

Friday, Nov. 30, 6 p.m. Diamond Community Park Pictures with Santa, ice carver, wood carver, crafts for kids and tree lighting! Stay warm by our bonfires and enjoy holiday music!

PLAIN TOWNSHIP HOLIDAY GIFT PROGRAM Be a toy soldier and help provide Stark County Veterans and their dependents in need with a gift this holiday season. Join the Stark County Veterans Service Commission and Plain Township by taking a wish tag from our patriotic Christmas trees located at: • Plain Township Hall at 2600 Easton St. • Central Fire Station at 1742 Schneider St. Return your gift wrapped with the wish tag attached to either location by Dec. 3. This holiday season, you can be a toy soldier for our deserving veterans!

REUNIONS The Class of 1980 is currently in the planning stages for a 40th Class Reunion, tentatively set for mid-summer 2020, and is seeking contact information from classmates who are interested in attending. Please send information to Melissa Volkert @glenoakeagles1980@yahoo.com. For updates, follow “GlenOak 1980” on Facebook.

PLAIN TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY

The Plain Township Historical Society celebration of Glenwood High School’s 60th Anniversary culminates in a two-volume booklet on the history of Glenwood High School called “Educating Plain Township – Glenwood High School 1957-1975.” These booklets preserve the memories of Glenwoodites across the years. The response to our inquiries for information was overwhelming. It was wonderful to see the enthusiasm for Glenwood and its history. We are hoping these booklets continue the sharing of information so we can publish other volumes to the set. If you have play programs, concert programs, sports information, photos, stories, school newspapers or memorabilia, contact the Plain Township Historical Society to donate or make copies. Thank you to all that contributed items and stories. Without you, this publication was not possible. If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the two-volume set for $20, please contact us at preservingplaintwp@gmail.com. Our next installment in the “Educating Plain Township” series will be on Middlebranch High School from 1927 to 1957. If you have any mementos, stories or other information you can share, please contact us. Our intention with the “Educating Plain Township” series is to have each school covered in one of the books. This is where we need your help! Whether you were a student, teacher, administrator, staff or family member at any Plain Local School past or present, you can help. We are looking to capture what school life was like at these schools. PTHS is in the process of collecting photographs, yearbooks, articles, event programs, class photos, school newspapers, memorabilia and stories to help preserve this history. Please contact us if you have any items to share or donate. Help us preserve the history of education in Plain Township. We are “Educating Plain Township” about “Plain History.” Contact us at: preservingplaintwp@gmail.com facebook.com/PlainTownshipHistoricalSociety or call 330-2242660

2018 MEETING SCHEDULE Nov. 19, 2018 – Articles of Confederation December 2018 – No Meeting All meetings start at 7 p.m. and are held at the Plain Township Offices, 2600 Easton St. NE, unless otherwise noted.

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GIRL SCOUTS IN THE COMMUNITY On Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, Girl Scout Troop 61713 comprised of Plain Local students, from seventh, eighth, and ninth grades, completed their Girl Scout Silver Award. The Silver Award is the highest community service award a Girl Scout Cadette can earn. These girls decided on putting together a pasta dinner, called Pasta with a Purpose, to benefit an area family battling cancer for the second time. These young ladies contacted an area organization called Our Journey of Hope from Grace United Methodist Church, a cancer care ministry that supports cancer patients and their loved ones in the community, and asked for their support and guidance. These young ladies worked very hard this past summer organizing and collecting donations from area businesses, spreading the word about the event on the radio, in the newspaper, at community events, and by hanging posters. They organized every detail, down to the decorations on the table. All this in addition to the proceeds of selling tickets or receiving monetary donations goes toward their Silver Award, which will support the Petro family from Plain Local. The girls were able to raise more than $1,000, which they are planning to use to provide useful goods and services to the family including groceries, meals, hiring of a service to come clean their home, and any other services they may need over the next year. Ohio Senator Scott Oelslager attended the dinner and spoke with the Petro family about their struggles with cancer. The troop also collected donations such as journals, scarves, books, and fluffy socks for Our Journey of Hope to put into baskets they provide to area cancer patients. These young ladies learned a lot over the last several months about how cancer impacts the entire family unit. They learned they cannot only help the specific member of the family that is battling cancer, but they can also help and support those closest to them, their family members. This project brought different people together to help a single family battling cancer. It helped to create awareness around our community of the good we can do.

HORTICULTURE DEPARTMENT SEEKING DONATIONS FOR OLD POTS The horticulture department at GlenOak High School is looking for pots that could be used for their class. Examples of what they need are shown in the photo below. If you have any old pots that you no longer use, please consider donating them to the program. Donations can be dropped off to the greenhouse at Oakwood Middle School or email Don Fogle at fogled@plainlocal.org to coordinate.

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GOLDEN EAGLE LACROSSE CLUB 2019 Season Youth Boys 4th – 6th grade Middle School 7th & 8th grade Boys Middle School 6th- 8th grade Girls Boys • Cost: $150 • Practices: Monday – Thursday • Location: Glenwood Intermediate School • Time: 5:30-7 p.m. • Start date: Late February • Equipment Needed: Chest protector, gloves, elbow pads, mouth guard, stick, cup, cleats. Helmet is provided. Girls • Cost: $100 • Practice: Monday – Thursday • Location: Glenwood Intermediate School

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• Practice: Monday and Wednesday • Location: Glenwood Intermediate School • Time: 5:30-7 p.m. • Start date: Late February • Coach: Mark Tarle • Equipment: chest protector, gloves, elbow pads, mouth guard, cleats, and cup. Helmet and stick provided We have multiple volunteer opportunities open. We need parents to participate to continue to ensure this program grows and supports our players. For more information, contact Golden Eagle Lacrosse Club Members Katrina Smith glenoakmslax@gmail.com, Kim Myers zazomyers@aol.com, Amy Caldwell goeaglesmslax@ gmail.com, or Gary Mull gmull@neo.rr.com. Please note: Scholarships are available to players.

PLAIN PAPER The Plain Paper is published by Plain Local Schools. It is distributed free of charge to to community residents, businesses and Plain Local staff. The purpose of Plain Paper is to provide our readers information about life and learning in the Greater Plain Township community. It is not intended to be a public forum. Editor: Mary Beddell, Plain Local Public Relations Director Plain Paper Plain Local Schools 901 44th Street NW, Canton, Ohio 44709 Office: 330-492-3500 • Fax: 330-493-5542 Questions or comments regarding Plain Paper can be emailed to beddellm@plainlocal.org For advertising information please contact Michelle Stahleker 330-323-2993 email: stahlekerm@plainlocal.org Federal Law prohibits Plain Paper from carrying ads containing offers of insurance policies, credit cards and travel promotions. The Plain Local Schools Board of Education reserves the right to reject any press release or advertisement based on content. Plain Paper logo and design are trademarks of Plain Local Schools. All advertising art and editorial content is copyright protected and cannot be used without express written permission. The publisher and its affiliates are not liable for damages arising out of errors in advertisements beyond the amount paid for the ad. NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY The Plain Local School District is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability or age with respect to employment or educational programs and opportunities to students. Civil Rights Compliance Officer, Brent May 330-492-3500.

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ANNUAL ALL-SCHOOL BALLET: SNOW WHITE The Plain Local Schools Foundation and Alumni Association was pleased to present the 2018 all-school ballet under the direction of Jacquenette Blaydes. Plain Local Dance and Saturday Enrichment students, ages 3 years through 12th grade, performed an original choreographed performance featuring the story of Snow White on Nov. 16 and 17. The ballet is an annual fundraiser for the Plain Local Schools Foundation and Alumni Association. Established in 1989, the Plain Local Schools Foundation and Alumni Association was formed to build and maintain a stewardship of community trust and to provide funding for superior, innovative educational programs which exceed the financial resources of the Plain Local School District. Donated funds support Star Grants for teachers, scholarships for graduating seniors, the Eagle Pride program, and other district initiatives and projects. Non-perishable food items were also collected to support the ninth-grade canned food drive at all public performances. Food collected was given to a local food pantry that assists families over the holidays. Thank you to all who attended the performances and supported the Plain Local Schools Foundation and Alumni Association. If you would like to donate to the Plain Local Schools Foundation and Alumni Association, please contact foundation@plainlocal.org.

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Congratulations to All of Our Fall Athletes on a Great Season! Check back in the next issue of the Plain Paper for a recap on each fall season!

Winter Sports Schedules BOYS BASKETBALL SAT., 12/1/18 TUE., 12/4/18 FRI., 12/7/18 SAT., 12/8/18 TUE., 12/11/18 FRI., 12/14/18 FRI., 12/21/18 THUR., 12/27/18 FRI., 1/4/19 TUE., 1/8/19 FRI., 1/11/19 TUE., 1/15/19 FRI., 1/18/19 SUN., 1/20/19 FRI., 1/25/19 FRI., 2/1/19 SAT., 2/2/19 TUE., 2/5/19 TUE., 2/12/19 FRI., 2/15/19 SAT., 2/16/19 FRI., 2/22/19

6:00/7:30 5:30/7:30 6:00/7:30 4:30/6:00/7:30 6:00/7:30 6:00/7:30 6:00/7:30 2:30 6:00/7:30 4:30/6:00/7:30 6:00/7:30 6:00/7:30 6:00/7:30 4:30 6:00/7:30 6:00/7:30 6:45 6:00/7:30 5:30/7:00 6:00/7:30 6:00/7:30 6:00/7:30

COLLINWOOD @BOARDMAN MCKINLEY @CENTRAL CATHOLIC HOOVER @JACKSON @LAKE ELYRIA CATHOLIC @ GARFIELD HTS. H.S. GREEN MASSILLON PERRY @MCKINLEY @HOOVER LINCOLN WEST (MERCY) @ HOOVER H.S. JACKSON LAKE LOUISVILLE (KOUFOS) @GREEN RHODES @PERRY @AKRON EAST CARDINAL MOONEY

BOYS/GIRLS BOWLING

WRESTLING SAT., 12/01/18 9:00AM THURS., 12/06/18 6:00PM FRI./SAT., 12/7-8/18 5:00PM/9AM THUR., 12/13/18 6:00PM FRI./SAT., 12/14-15/18 5:00PM/9AM THUR., 12/20/18 6:00PM FRI., 12/28/18 6:00PM THURS., 1/10/19 6:00PM SAT., 1/12/19 9:00AM THURS., 1/17/19 6:00PM SAT., 1/18-19/19 4:00PM/9AM WED., 1/23/19 TBA SAT., 1/26/19 9:00AM MON., 1/28/19 6:00PM WED., 1/30/18 TBA THURS., 1/31/19 6:00PM THURS., 2/07/19 6:00PM THURS., 2/14/19 6:00PM SAT., 2/23/19 9:00AM FRI/SAT., 3/1-2/19 4PM/9AM FRI/SAT., 3/7-8-9/19 TBA

BOARDMAN DUALS GREEN MARLINGTON DUALS LAKE HUDSON TOURNAMENT MASSILLON/NORTHWEST SALEM JACKSON NORTHWESTERN PERRY AKRON FIRESTONE DUAL STATES/TBA GREEN TOURNAMENT SALEM TEAM DUAL STATES KENMORE/GARFIELD (SN) HOOVER MCKINLEY SECTIONALS @ PERRY DISTRICT @ MENTOR STATE - OSU

SWIMMING MON., 11/26/18 TUE., 11/27/18 WED., 11/28/18 SAT., 12/08/18 THUR., 12/13/18 FRI., 12/14/18 SAT., 12/15/18 WED., 12/19/18 THUR., 12/27/18 SAT., 12/29/18 SAT., 01/05/19 FRI., 01/11/19 SAT., 01/12/19 SAT., 01/26/19 SAT., 02/02/19 SAT., 02/09/19 SAT., 02/16/19 FRI., 02/22/18 SAT., 02/23/18

1:00PM 5:00PM 6:00PM TBA 6:00PM 4:30PM 8:00AM 5:30PM 11:30AM 9:00AM TBA 4:15PM 9:00AM 12:00PM 9:00AM 9:00AM 9:00AM 9:00AM 9:00AM

GREEN & GOLD @ BRANIN WOOSTER/FIRESTONE @WOOSTER MCKINLEY RELAYS @ BRANIN NEAC RELAYS @ WARREN CANFIELD @ BRANIN GREEN @ AKRON GENERAL XMAS INVITATIONAL @ BRANIN LAKE/JACKSON @ BRANIN PERRY/WARREN/MASS @ BRANIN FED. LG. CHAMP. @ BRANIN NEAC CHAMP. WOOSTER HOOVER @ N.C. YMCA NORTHEAST CLASSIC @ BRANIN MCKINLEY/BOARDMAN @BRANIN JV CHAMPIONSHIPS @ BRANIN SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT@ BRANIN DISTRICT CHAMP. @ BRANIN STATE @ CLEVELAND STATE STATE @ CLEVELAND STATE

MON., 11/19/18 MON., 11/26/18 TUE., 11/27/18 WED., 11/28/18 MON., 12/03/18 FRI., 12/07/18 SAT., 12/08/18 MON., 12/1018 WED., 12/12/18 THUR., 12/13/18 SAT., 12/15/18 MON., 12/17/18 MON., 12/31/18 FRI., 1/04/19 MON., 1/07/19 MON., 1/14/19 FRI., 1/25/19 TUE., 1/29/19 THUR., 2/07/19 MON., 2/11/19

3:50PM 3:50PM 3:50PM 3:50PM 3:50PM 3:50PM 9:00AM 3:50PM 3:50PM 3:50PM 9:00AM 3:50PM 10:00AM 3:50PM 3:50PM 3:50PM 3:50PM 3:50PM 3:50PM 3:50PM

NEW PHILADELPHIA CHARGER LANES PARK CENTRE PARK CENTRE PARK CENTRE PARK CENTRE PARK CENTRE PARK CENTRE TURKEY FOOT STRIKE ZONE HALL OF FAME PARK CENTRE PARK CENTRE PARK CENTRE PARK CENTRE PARK CENTRE PARK CENTRE PARK CENTRE HALL OF FAME PARK CENTRE

BOULEVARD LANES BARBERTON MINERVA SANDY VALLEY MARLINGTON GREEN CONFERENCE TOURN. JACKSON @ GREEN @ MCKINLEY MUSKINGUM TOURN. LAKE HOLIDAY TOURN. @ LAKE MCKINLEY NORTH CANTON @ NORTH CANTON @ JACKSON @ PERRY PERRY

GIRLS BASKETBALL SAT., 11/24/18 WED., 11/28/18 SAT., 12/01/18 SAT., 12/01/18 WED., 12/05/18 SAT., 12/08/18 WED., 12/12/18 SAT., 12/15/18 WED., 12/19/18 SAT., 12/22/18 FRI., 12/28/18 SAT., 12/29/18 THUR., 1/03/19 WED., 1/09/19 SAT., 1/12/19 WED., 1/16/19 SAT., 1/19/19 SAT., 1/19/19 SUN., 1/20/19 SUN., 1/20/19 WED., 1/23/19 SAT., 1/26/19 WED., 1/30/19 SAT., 2/02/19 MON., 2/04/19 WED., 2/06/19

4:00 6:00/7:30 1:20 2:00 6:00/7:30 1:00/2:30 6:00/7:30 1:00/2:30 6:00/7:30 12:00/1:30 5:40 1:00 6:00/7:30 6:00/7:30 1:00/2:30 6:00/7:30 3:00 (VARSITY) 5:30 (JV) 1:40 (VARSITY) 3:15 (JV) 6:00/7:30 1:00/2:30 6:00/7:30 11:00AM (JV) 6:00/7:30 6:00/7:30

URSULINE COLLEGE (VARSITY ONLY) ST. VINCENT ST. MARY @NORTHWESTERN INDIANA @ RYLE H.S. KY. @MEDINA (JVONLY) MCKINLEY @HOOVER JACKSON LAKE @GREEN ELYRIA CATHOLIC @NEWARK (VARSITY) @ STOW H.S. @BLACKHAWK H.S. @ HOOVER SOLON @PERRY @MCKINLEY HOOVER @LAKOTA WEST @ BERLIN HILAND @GAHANNA LINCOLN @ B.H. @HUBER HTS. WAYNE @B.H. @WAYNE @ B.H. @JACKSON @LAKE GREEN MEDINA MASSILLON PERRY

GYMNASTICS MON., 1/07/19 THUR., 1/17/19 SAT., 2/02/19 MON., 2/18/19

5:30PM 5:30PM 3:00PM 10:00AM

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SILVERSNEAKERS CLASSIC: NORTH CANTON YMCA PARTNERSHIP AT PLAIN TOWNSHIP HALL

The North Canton YMCA, in partnership with Plain Township, brings you a new exercise class for the senior members of our community. SilverSneakers Classic is a 45-minute class that incorporates light strength training and balance exercises, while increasing your overall mobility. You do not have to have SilverSneakers as part of your health insurance in order to participate. The class will run in two separate seven-week sessions: • Sep. 5-Oct. 17: You can still join this session! • Oct. 24-Dec. 12 (no class on Wednesday, Nov. 21) There is no fee for the class, but you must register. Space is limited to 14 participants! Before registering, please be sure you can attend all (or most) of the seven classes. There is still time to register! If you would like to participate, please join us on a Wednesday at Plain Township Hall at 10:15 am.

SILVERSNEAKERS CLASSIC STAY CONNECTED KEEP MOVING

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VOLLEY FOR A CURE DON’T MISS THIS YEAR’S JUST The GlenOak Volleyball team honored cancer fighters and survivors at their annual Volley PLAIN DANCE for a Cure event! The team ultimately raised over $3,500 for local women battling breast cancer in our community.

Join us at Plain Local’s very own dancing competition supporting the Arts in our schools! Watch as your favorite staff and teachers dance for your votes in one of a kind numbers choreographed by GlenOak student dancers. Every dollar raised is one vote for your favorite team!

SATURDAY, JAN. 26, 2019, AT 7 P.M. AT GLENOAK HIGH SCHOOL. Tickets will go on sale Dec. 7! $15 VIP Preferred Seating $8 General Admission $5 Balcony

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Boo at the School Thank you to all of the families that visited GlenOak High School for Boo at the School on October 25, sponsored by the GlenOak National Honor Society.

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