Scott Minnig

Doug Selvey
Assistant Principal

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Principal's Corner

Last month our 8th grade students returned home from Washington D.C.  This is always a highlight for many of our 8th grade students.  As a chaperone on this year’s trip I am very proud of our students.  There were many compliments heard from the bus drivers, step on guides, restaurant managers, and the direct BrightSpark contact at the hotel about how well behaved our students were during their visit.  I would like to thank Mr. Johnson and his wife for all of their hard work in organizing this trip.  Their preparation helps to make this trip a positive experience for our kids.  I would also like to thank the chaperons for their time and effort during the trip.  Their positivity towards our students also contributed to a great experience. 

During the weekend of November 7th our students performed Beauty and The Beast.  I must say I was blown away by the performance.  Looking at the entire performance from singing, dancing and choreography, costumes, sets, lighting, and the sound it is hard to believe it was a high school performance.  Congratulations to the students, Ms. Barger and Ms. Pellington.  I would also like to thank all the volunteers that helped to make it possible for such a great performance. 

 Last month our High School Staff took a trip to Apollo Career Center. This was a great opportunity for our staff members to see Apollo and its new additions. Our teachers were able to take a tour of the career center, participate in two of the following four classes, Floral Design/Interiors, Multimedia Technology, Automated Manufacturing Technology or the zSpace Virtual Technology Lab. They were also able to see some of their former students learning about something they love and see them in a different environment. We also enjoyed a wonderful lunch provided by the culinary arts students in the Garden Café. Overall, it was a wonderful experience for our staff and one I believe will have a lasting impact not only on our students, but our staff members.

Scott Minnig


January 19, 2017


We invite you to celebrate the International Day of Acceptance with us on January 20th. This day is dedicated to the acceptance of people with disabilities! Acceptance is created from an empowered movement that educates others to embrace diversity and Love Life by seeing beyond abilities. Share your story of acceptance on social networks with the official hastag #DayofAcceptance You can learn more at

Mid-Ohio Energy announces its scholarship contest for its customers.  If your family uses Mid-Ohio Energy, please come to the Guidance Office and collect a copy of the scholarship form.

Reminder,  Hauss-Helms applications are available in the Guidance Office.

Wapakoneta Noon Optimists announce their scholarship contest, available to anyone who is involved with at least two school organizations.  Deadline to apply is April 1, 2017.

Students doing the Senior Leadership Program with Mrs. Epperly will meet their cooperating teachers Friday, January 20.  Mrs. Epperly will walk you over to the elementary school.  

Interested in a career in construction?  If so, create a sixty second video explaining WHY to win a $2500 scholarship.  Deadline is March 1.  Contest and rules are in the Guidance Office.

Any boy in grades 9-12 interested in playing tennis this spring should sign up in the athletic office by the end of the week.

Sophomore Class Officers (Alex Bauer, Hailey Schattschneider, Katie Engle, Mackenzie Courter) will have a meeting during RR today to discuss fundraisers.

International Business College invites you to their open house event on Saturday, January 21 from 9 A.M.-11:15 A.M.  This is your chance to take a scholarship exam for full tuition.

The Kiwanis Club is sponsoring Diva’s Den, a place where you can go to get gently used prom gowns for free!  All gowns are cleaned by Duffy’s Cleaners.  This event will be held on Saturday, January 21 at the Lima Masonic Center.

Versailles Music Boosters will host their first annual Prom & Homecoming Dress Exchange on Sunday, February 5th at the Versailles High School, 280 Marker Road. Please enter door 19 off State Route 185. Girls pay a fee of $7 per dress, $3 per accessory and $3 pair of shoes to display their items for sale. Girls will price their own items and organizers will tag them as they are received. The fee benefits Versailles Music Boosters. Anyone interested in selling their prom or homecoming dresses, shoes or accessories can bring them to the school between 11am and 12:30pm on Sunday February 5th. The doors will be open from 1:00-3:00pm for shopping. This is a "cash only" sale. Admission is free and dressing rooms will be available.

Juniors and Seniors on January 19th Sgt. Adler, from the United States Air Force, will be here during your lunch mod to present information about opportunities and benefits that are available to you after graduation.  There will also be FREE Pizza!  Sign up in guidance office if interested.

8th Grade Year Book Order Forms should have been passed out in your homerooms today.  Orders are due by January 25th.  You can turn them into your homeroom teacher or drop them off in the office. Extra forms will be available outside the main office on the wall.

Attention seniors, please submit your senior photos to Mr. Johnson or Mrs. LaMarr.  Photos can be emailed or given directly to them.  Photos are due by the end of January.  


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