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BPA Receives Recognition at Regional Awards Ceremony

On Wednesday, February 6, 2019, the Ravenna High School BPA Chapter attended the Regional Awards Ceremony at Akron East High School. As members of Region 10, RHS competes alongside 13 other school districts and Career Centers in the Greater Akron area. This year, 25 Juniors and Seniors competed in their choice of over 59 events as both Individuals and Teams.  ALL of our Judged Events placed either 1st, 2nd, or 3rd!!! That's 88% of our students! Ten Students will now compete at the State level at the BPA State Leadership Conference in March!

As a co-curricular activity, Business Professionals of America (BPA) has the ability to enhance student participation in professional, civic, service and social endeavors. BPA members participate in these activities to accomplish its goals of self-improvement, leadership development, professionalism, community service, career development, public relations, student cooperation and safety and health.

This year's students are: (Students who will be competing at the state level are bolded.)

Seniors: Ethan Alexander, Shelby Bayless, Cameron Berry, Lauren Calhoun, Daijah Caples, Madeline Depalma, Indyah Frost, Markwis Gaddy, Geriko Huth,Amil Jenkins, Gage Michael, Raegan Miley, Adelaide Walton, Owen Whittington

Juniors:  Austin England, Kristen Finch, Brant Hanna, Rachael Holt, Connor Lovejoy, AJ Lunardi, Brandon Macko, Avery Robinson, and Nick Sivinski

Girls Bowling Team Advances to District Tournament

The Ravenna Girls Bowling Team traveled  to Stonehedge Bowling Center in Akron last weekend for the Tri-County Sectional Tournament under the leadership of Coach Gary Kline. There were a total of 15 girls teams with the top 4 moving on to the District Tournament in North Olmsted.  Our lady Ravens came in 3rd which earns them the advancement!!  The scoring was as follows: Mayteah Anderson had games of 112,155, &135 for a 412 series; Maggie Remely had games of 142, 114, & 137 for a 393 series; Emily Swauger had games of 104, 161, & 151 for a series of 416; Jordan Nutter had games of 139, 138, & 138 for a series of 415; Tiffany Bolen had games of 149, 141, & 166 for a series of 456. Their baker games were 120, 130, 114, 133, 125, & 186 for a total of 808.  Over all they ended up with a total pin count of 2900.

Come out and support the Ravens on Sunday, February 17th, at Buckeye Lanes, in North Olmsted. The tournament starts at noon!

Save the Date for Kindergarten Registration & Orientation


In addition, a Kindergarten Orientation Program for parents of kindergartners entering school in the 2019-2020 school year is set for Wednesday, March 13th from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. at West Park School.  It is requested that children not attend this meeting.

RHS Students Place 3rd in We the People Competition

Ravenna High School's Honors Government class took 3rd place at the We the People state competition on Friday, February 1st at the State House in Columbus!  We the People...The Cit­i­zen and the Con­sti­tu­tion is an in­struc­tional pro­gram for High School and Middle School students which teaches the his­tory and prin­ci­ples of the Amer­i­can con­sti­tu­tional democ­racy while enhancing students' understanding of government. Students discover the contemporary relevance of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights at the same time. The program is based on materials developed by the Center for Civic Education and is nationally acclaimed by educators. We the People is aligned to the Ohio Learning Standards for So­cial Stud­ies and Eng­lish Lan­guage Arts.  We the People has a built-in authentic performance assessment: simulated congressional hearings. The simulated hearings allow students to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of constitutional principles. Students will have the opportunity to evaluate, take, and defend positions on relevant historical and contemporary issues.

Students Perform Chinese New Year Celebration at RHS

HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR 2019-YEAR OF THE PIG!  The students taking Chinese classes 1-4 along with their teacher, Mrs. Amy Miller, choreographed an outstanding display of Chinese New Year Celebration traditions.  The students performed for the student body by singing, dancing, and playing trivia.  A favorite part of the celebration was the dragon parade.


United Way Donates School Supplies to Students

THANK YOU to United Way for collecting donated school supplies for Ravenna High School.  The supplies come at the optimal time with the start of the new semester.  

Pictured above from Left to right William Childers, President and CEO of United Way, Peighton Turner, Jesse Arthur, Bryanna Carpenter, and Maureen Gebhardt, Director of Community Impact for United Way.