Woodmore High/Middle School 

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    633 Fremont St.

    Elmore, Ohio 43416

    419 862-2721  

    419-862-3835                                

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WOODMORE HIGH SCHOOL

  

                                             Principal  Mr.Jim Kieper   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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             High School & Athletic Secretary Mrs. Angie Balduf  abalduf@woodmoreschools.com  

Office Phone 419-862-2721 ext. 304

      

                      

 

 HS Counselor - Andrew Hemminger                   Guidance Secretary - Denise Snyder   

 419-862-2721 ex. 306                                       419-862-2721 - ext 305                 

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  Mission Statement

In partnership with home and community, the mission of the Woodmore High School is to guide our students through comprehensive learning experience in a safe and disciplined environment. 


 

Prudential Spirit of Community Awards begins search for Ohio’s top youth volunteers

Now through Nov. 4, students in grades 5-12 are invited to apply for Prudential Spirit of Community Awards if they have made meaningful contributions to their communities through volunteer service within the past 12 months. Details about the program and the application are available here.

The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards were created in 1995 to recognize youth for outstanding volunteer service and emphasize the importance of service to others, encouraging young Americans to contribute to their communities. State honorees receive $1,000, medallions and all-expense-paid trips to attend the national recognition event in Washington, D.C.

 
 
SAVE THE DATE
 
September 26th - Woodmore & Lake Goodwill PASS IT ON CHALLENGE
Woodmore & Lake will be working together conducting a GOODWILL donation drive.  A GOODWILL truck will be parked at the school form September 22 - 25.  Drop off times are from 7:00 am - 6:00 pm, Monday - Thursday.  All household items will be accepted with the exception of bed mattresses, box springs, tube TV's and chemicals.Start cleaning out those closets!!!!!!  
 
September 30 - School Picture Day
Pictures will be taken during periods 1-4.
 
October 28th - Freshman Parent Meeting - New Graduation Requirements
We will be holding a meeting for all freshman and their parents to inform them about the new graduation requirements that are now part of the law.  Students will receive a letter and an RSVP card for this meeting.  Please return the RSVP card to the Guidance Office by October 24th.  
 
 
 
Colleges on Campus
AS we have done for the last two years, college recruiters will be on campus during "B" lunch to meet with students interested in obtaining information about that college.  Check back frequently to see which colleges will be on campus in the near future.  
 

October 2nd - Bowling Green State University

October 6th - Ohio Northern University

October 7th - University of Akron

October 8th - University of Toledo
October 9th - Ashland University
October 9th - Heidelberg College
October 14th - Owens Community College
October 22nd - Terra State Community College
November 3rd - Eastern Michigan Univeristy
November 13th - Youngstown State
 
The followig schools already visited campus. If you missed their presentation or would like information about the school, please schedule a appointiment with Mr. Hemminger.
 

September 15th - Tiffin University

September 16th - Walsh University

September 17th - University of Findlay

September 18th - Lourdes University

September 19th - University of Cincinnati

September 23rd - Defiance College

 

Important Dates and Information

(These were also listed on the back of the grade cards)

Fee Payments

If your student still owes fees, the fee amount is indicated on the grade card.  Please pay these fees as soon as possible.  Fees can be paid in the office or using www.payforit.net 

End of 1st 9 Week Grading Period

The final day of the grading period is October 31.  Grade cards will be sent home with the students on November 7.  Parent teacher conferences will be held October 20.  Based on this interim report, if your student is struggling or you have questions about a grade or subject, please make contact with the teachers now and request a conference.  Waiting until the scheduled conference date may be to late.  Teachers may be calling and requesting meetings as soon as possible as well.

Freshman Parent Meeting – NEW GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS – October 28 @ 7:00 PM

The State of Ohio has passed legislation that has changed the Ohio Graduation Requirements for this years freshman and beyond.  Mr. Andrew Hemminger and I will be providing this information to all students and their families that are graduating with 2018 and beyond.  The requirements have changed significantly and it is vital that parents and students attend this meeting.

Fall OGT Testing – Juniors and Seniors Only – October 27-31

Students will be informed individually of their testing needs and location.

PSAT Testing -  October 15

The current sophomores will have the opportunity to take the PSAT test on October 15.  This is an optional test and the students are required to pay the testing fee of $14.  The deadline for registration is Monday, September 29th.  Students can see Mr. Hemminger in the Guidance Office or Mrs. Sandwisch if they wish to take the test.  The PSAT is great practice for other standardized test that students may take during their high school career and is used as a qualifying tool for the National Merit Scholarship Program.  Checks should be made payable to Woodmore High School.

College Visits – Juniors & Seniors

Juniors and seniors should be scheduling and attending off campus college visits.  Students are allowed three college visits per year.  Please see Mr. Hemminger for the appropriate forms.  Many colleges are scheduled to be on campus to meet with our students.  Please check the “Colleges on Campus” section on the high school page on the district website.  www.woodmore.k12.oh.us

ACT Testing and Test Prep

The ACT is the college entrance exam that a majority of our students take when applying for colleges.  Scoring well on this test can greatly increase the amount of scholarship money that students could be awarded by the college they attend.  Students can take the ACT as many times as they would like but must pay for each test.  The Woodmore Academic Boosters sponsor an online program that Woodmore students can use to practice for the ACT.  This online program is free for our students.  For information about creating an account and using the system, please see Mr. Hemminger in the Guidance Office.

Penta Career Center – On Campus Meetings  - October 24

On October 24, Penta Career Center will be on campus meeting with all freshman and sophomores.  This meeting is an informational meeting.

Scholarships - http://www.woodmore.k12.oh.us/index.php/guidance

On the Guidance page of the high school website there are many websites listed that students can use to search for available scholarships. 

                              Lifetouch Events

             2014 Graduation photographs are available for purchase online!  

 

2014-15 COURSE FEES

 

  

2014-15 Course Syllabus

Find the link to course syllabus under High School links on the left of this page.     If a syllabus is not posted, please check back as these will be updated frequently.

 

OLWEUS Bullying Prevention Program

 

 

 


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