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Columbia Book Fair

Columbia Book Fair starts on Monday!

Students will be able to shop the book fair during their library time!

FAMILY EVENT will be March 1st, Friday, 5:00-7:30pm in the Columbia gym!

Visit our Book Fair homepage and get started with eWallet and online shopping:
https://www.scholastic.com/bf/columbiaelementaryschool28

Email if you have any questions, jazmine.rentschler@zebras.net.

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1 month left to order yearbooks

To order your yearbook visit: https://inter-state.com/order and enter code: 83095R

Online ordering available until: Friday, March 08, 2024


Para ordenar su Anuario visite: https://inter-state.com/order e introduzca este codigo: 83095R
Ordenar en llnea termina el: viernes, 9 de marzo, 2024

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SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY FOR JUNIORS

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Fairy Godmother Project

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Columbia Book Fair

Here's what you need to know about the big event, which will take place from 2/26 - 3/1! During that week students will be able to make purchases during their library time! We also have a FAMILY EVENT, 3/1 from 5 pm to 7:30 pm!

Visit our Book Fair homepage to learn more and get started with eWallet and online shopping:

https://www.scholastic.com/bf/columbiaelementaryschool28.

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K-1-2 Little Dribblers

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Announcements

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Columbia yearbooks on sale! $16

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Riddle Yearbook Order Form

Yearbook Order Form 

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Full Ride Scholarship Opportunity!

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When I grow up...

By Mrs. Beall's 1st Grade class.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwjfGV-EtlM 

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Manchester Academic Visit Day!

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2023 College Application Week!

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Manchester University Fall Events

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Miami University Bridges Program

Miami University is proud to present the Bridges Program, which was founded 40 years ago by Black students who wanted a Miami degree to be more accessible to students from diverse backgrounds and to ensure that their experiences here would be rewarding. The Bridges Program is an engaging experience that provides an inside look at Miami University to prospective students. This program invites high-achieving high school seniors from historically underrepresented populations, as well as students who have a commitment to promoting a deeper understanding of and appreciation for diversity, to engage with our current students, faculty, and staff. The program attracts students who represent various diverse identities — racial/ethnic, sexual orientation and gender identity, and socioeconomic.

Click here for more information.

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Purdue University ASEC Preview Day

The Agricultural Sciences Education and Communication department at Purdue University is hosting a Preview Day. This opportunity is open to any high school aged student that may want to study agriculture communications, marketing, education, extension, and more. We are excited to see you and your students at Agricultural Sciences Education and Communication's (ASEC) Preview Day on Thursday September 21st.

Registration will be from 8:30-9:00am in Krach Leadership Center Rm 230, on Purdue's campus. A complete itinerary will be sent closer to time.

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Columbia Picture Day

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Kindergarten & 1st Grade Car Line Video Instructions

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Loehmers classes will stay at RHS today

Mr. Roberts, Mr. Wilson, Miss Bendes, and Mrs. Newtons classes will report to the cafeteria for class today.

The following have been nominated for Zebra of the week;

Damian Gohn, Jake Seuferer, Kasey Gray, Barrett Brown, Emma Bays, Riley Jordan,

Charles McCarty, Hunter Conley and Lillee Lett

Two Special Mentions; 1) The FFA for putting on FFA week, 2) Brady Beck, Alex Deming,

Brant Beck, Layne Horn and Grant Holloway for qualifying for wrestling state.

Thanks to all the nominees for what you do for the herd.

And Zebra of the week is.......Kasey Gray who was nominated by Mrs Snyder for going above and beyond in her internship. Congratulations, see Mr Hughes in room 106 for your gift card.

Seniors the William A Smith Memorial scholarship is due by 3pm today!

Applications should be turned in to the guidance office!

State swim shirts are in Guidance for anyone that ordered them

The RMS Varsity Wrestling team lost Thursday night to Maconaquah with a team score of 54-42.

Individual Winners include:

Lucas Enyart

Auggie Wells

Ayden Smith

Matthias Field

Jaser Garrett

Derek Wortley

Jace Lawson

Landon Hisey

Maddie Maclain

Jacob Ellinger

Carlise Clark

Happy Birthday to Kiyla Reese, Colton Lowry, Adam McDaniels, Adalyn Samuels, and Charles McCarty, Also celebrating this weekend Mitchell Clark

Good luck to Jake Seuferer at swimming state, boys basketball at home against Maconaquah

BE PROUD, DO RIGHT, TREAT EVERYONE WITH RESPECT HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY! 












Juniors and Seniors open lunch forms for Friday are available in the office, you will turn them in as you walk out to lunch on Friday!

The Ag shop is open today during homeroom and lunch. Be sure to sign in using the QR code to get free ice cream on Friday. Make sure to check out the lunch activities outside of the lunch room, along with sign up for corn hole which cost 10 dollars, and Ag olympics. Here are the dress up days for the rest of the week:

Thursday: Blue & Gold day (FFA Members wear official dress)

Friday: Here by the Flag

Red white & Blue Day (FFA Members wear polos)

There is an FCCLA meeting after school in room 108. This meeting is MANDATORY if you are attending conference!

Seniors the William A Smith Memorial scholarship is due by 3pm THIS Friday!

Applications should be turned in to the guidance office!

There will be a junior high baseball callout Thursday at 1145 in the library, get your lunch and head to the library if you are interested in baseball.

Happy Birthday to Grace Fowler

8th grade girls basketball won against Maconaquah 31-4

Scorers:

Amara Wieringa- 5

Constance Velez- 2

Emma Mathias- 2

Jayla Miller- 6

Kyla Conley- 2

Maddie Bailon- 12

Bahyla Vanderwall- 2

RMS traveled to North Miami and wrestled in a triple dual Tuesday night against North Miami and Peru. The Varsity team went 1-1 on the night, losing to a tough Peru team 57-40 and defeating North Miami 49-33.

Individual winners include:

Tanner Horn

Maddie Maclain

Elise Enyart

Landon Hisey

Serenity Howard

Jacob Pierce

Kianna Susuraba

Chevy Swank

Alayna Jones

Ryker Smith

Auggie Wells

Braxton Hester

Ayden Smith

Caden Biernacki

Derek Wortley

Owen Lett

BE PROUD, DO RIGHT, TREAT EVERYONE WITH RESPECT HAVE A WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY! 




Juniors and Seniors open lunch forms for Friday are available in the office, you will turn them in as you walk out to lunch on Friday!

Boys Swim Sectional recap:

Shoutout to Jake Seuferer for earning a trip to State Finals on Friday night at the IU Natatorium in Indy!

As a team, the Zebras had 6 podium swims (4 individuals and 2 relays) and 11 top 16 finishes. They also earned 8 more personal best swims while dropping nearly 30 more seconds in time from Prelims.

Great job boys!

This week is FFA week, the high school chapter has been preparing for this week for a while. They will be having dress up days each day this week:

Wednesday : Thank a Farmer ( Wear jeans, boots, overalls, plaid) or wear favorite tractor gear

Thursday: Blue and Gold Day

Friday: here by the flag (Red white blue)

Be sure to come down to the Ag shop Tuesday - Friday, sign in using the QR code, to get a Free flag pole ice cream on Friday. The FFA is excited for a well thought out and fun week!

There is an FCCLA meeting after school in room 108. This meeting is MANDATORY if you are attending conference!

Seniors the William A Smith Memorial scholarship is due by 3pm THIS Friday!

Applications should be turned in to the guidance office!


Art Club members will be meeting after school today in Mrs.Schaeffer's room until 4 pm to work on their book nooks.

There will be a junior high baseball callout Thursday at 1145 in the library, get your lunch and head to the library if you are interested in baseball.

Happy Birthday to Jonathan Huskins, and Madyson Miller

Good luck to boys basketball at home against Oregon Davis, middle school wrestling at North Miami

BE PROUD, DO RIGHT, TREAT EVERYONE WITH RESPECT HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY!






Mrs. Hughes 5th period will report to the library!

This week is FFA week, the high school chapter has been preparing for this week for a while. They will be having dress up days each day this week:

Tuesday: Battle of the Trucks( Ford: Blue, Chevy: Red, Dodge: Black)

Wednesday : Thank a Farmer ( Wear jeans, boots, overalls, plaid) or wear favorite tractor gear

Thursday: Blue and Gold Day

Friday: here by the flag (Red white blue)

The Ag shop is closed today, it will reopen tomorrow but will only be open during homeroom and lunch. Be sure to come down to the Ag shop Tuesday - Friday, sign in using the QR code, to get a Free flag pole ice cream on Friday. The FFA is excited for a well thought out and fun week!

Your #1 ranked Class 1A Zebras took 5 guys to the IHSAA State Tournament and came away with 2 place winners and a finished 21st as a team.

Grant Holloway - 106. Did not place. Grant Finishes his freshman year at 19-7.

Layne Horn - 126. Did not place. Layne finishes his sophomore year 44-2 with 36 falls, breaking Damon Hummel's 30 year record.

Brant Beck - 165. Brant finishes his sophomore season at 46-2 and a 3rd place finish at the state tournament.

Alex Deming -215. Did not place. Alex finishes his senior season at 43-3. He finishes his career at Rochester as a 3x TRC, Sectional, and Regional Champ. A 1x Semi-State Champ, a 3x State Qualifier, and 1x State Placewinner. He's a 2x Academic All-State Wrestler and finishes with 150 wins.

Brady Beck - 285. Brady finishes his senior year at 46-2 with a 5th place finish at the state tournament. He caps off a GOAT career with 162 wins (all-time wins leader at Rochester), 4x TRC Champ, 3x Sectional Champ, 4x Regional Champ, 3x Semi-State Runner Up, and a 3x state qualifier with 3 state medals…6th, 7th, and 5th. He also finishes as a 2x Academic All-State Wrestler.

Finally, Brady and Alex were part of bringing 4 TRC Championships, 4 Sectional Championships, 3 Regional Championships, 2 Semi-State Championships, and 3 IHSWCA Team State medals (2nd, 3rd, and 1st) to Rochester.

Art Club members will be meeting after school in Mrs.Schaeffer's room this Tuesday, February 20th, until 4 pm to work on their book nooks.

BE PROUD, DO RIGHT, TREAT EVERYONE WITH RESPECT HAVE A MAGNIFICENT MONDAY!
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Naturalization Exam Passing Rate: 91%

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