Daily Announcements



Friday September 23, 2022


Positive Ticket Recipient

Ava Ward for helping Ms Axarides with a lesson.



Our first scheduled eLearning day of the year is next Wednesday September 28. We will be utilizing synchronous learning. Students will need to login live on Google Meets with their classes, starting at the regular school start time of 7:35 am. You have received the schedule for the day in the last two Weekly Updates that I have sent out. Use this as a reference for when to report.

Vocational students are expected to report to your vocational sites/classes on scheduled eLearning days, unless directed otherwise by the career center or your instructors.

Thanks and see Mr. George if you have any questions.


The lost and found has quite a few water jugs. If you think you are missing your water jug see Mrs. Martin in the front office.



ATTENTION: Honor Society will be having their first meeting of the year this today during SRT. This meeting is for last year's members only. The meeting will be held in Mrs. Dippo's room and we will be discussing this year's induction ceremony and potential service projects for the 2022-23 school year! Hope to see you there! 



The girls JV volleyball team defeated Washington Township in 3 sets: 23-25, 25-23, & 15-10. Lexi Rippe passed 49/50 and had 11 kills. Lexie Ivanyo had 11 assists. Abby Wasz served 15/15. Ava Ward and Elodie Spears each had 4 kills. The team travels to Kouts Saturday for the JV Girls PCC tournament at 10am against South Central.


The MS cross country program had a great showing last night at the Viking Invite.

The following runners were Top 15 medalist finishers in their respective races:

McKenna Bucher overall 1st place

Clara Meints

Brooke Parsons

Lilly Herlitz

Hallie Hitz

Shae Bucher

Cathryn Gulley

EmmyLou Meints

Jenna Abbring

The 6th grade girls placed 1st in Team score.

Rocko Bucher

Kaleb Freyenberger

Rowan Hatala

Christian Freyenberger

Great job Cherokees!

Good luck Saturday at Culver. 


Last night the Middle School baseball team defeated Westville 11-1 in the opening round of the PCC tournament. Jackson McFarland pitched a great game lasting 4 innings allowing 1 run off of only 1 hit and striking out 7 Westville batters. Leading the offense was Cal Lemmons with 2 hits and 2 RBI's including a double,  Caleb Ksenak with 2 RBI's and Clint Lemmons adding 3 hits for the Cherokees. The team plays at home tonight in the Semi-Final matchup vs. Hebron. Please come out and support your cherokees!





Sausage Patty

Tri Tater

Choice: Biscuits and Gravy