Scott Minnig

Will Snyder
Assistant Principal

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Principal's Corner

December 2014


First of all I would like to congratulate Coach Moyer, the coaching staff, and players for a great football season.  This sure was a fun football season to be a Redskin!  Success in the playoffs requires a lot of extra time from the coaches, players, and several other groups.  I would like to thank Mrs. Koch and the cheerleaders, Mr. Wimmers, Mr. Hilleary and the band for all of their extra time and commitment throughout the playoff run.  There are many other people behind the scenes that help make the experience positive for our students and I would like to thank them as well. 

Earlier this month Mrs. Semple’s Consumer Science class participated in the Real Money Real World project.  During this activity the students learn how to budget their money with life expenses such as food, rent, mortgages and car insurance.  This is a real eye opening experience for many of our students.  We also have several local business people that participate throughout the day.  I would like to thank Mrs. Semple and our volunteers for providing this opportunity for our students. 

Our drama club premiered the weekend of November 15th with an interactive dinner theater.  Approximately 40 students were involved in the entire process.  Most of the students that participated in the production were students that have not been a part of the school musical or performing arts of Wapakoneta High School.  A total of 157 people came to watch the performance and have dinner.  This was the first event for our Drama Club and I would like to thank Nikki Barger, our club advisor, for all of her hard work and dedication to make this club a reality. 

The 8th grade students recently visited Washington D.C. trip.  This is always a highlight for many of our 8th grade students.  I would like to thank Mr. Johnson and all of the chaperones for helping to make this trip a success.  Also, if you get a chance to check out our school Facebook page you can watch a YouTube video of Mr. Snyder dancing to the Cupid Shuffle on the dinner cruise. 

Mr. Scott Minnig, Principal


January 28, 2015


If you are fourteen years old and interested in the medial field, consider volunteering at St. Rita's Medical Center.  This is a great way to begin your journey on that path.  Applications are in the Guidance Office.

Any young lady in 8th grade or high school interested in playing soccer for Wapakoneta High School in the fall is invited to open gym - indoor soccer this Sunday from 1- 3pm.

Seniors, The next set of announcements from the Guidance Office will be available on February 2, 2015.  This will contain most of the local scholarships.

Get your FAFSA filled out ASAP, seniors!  Most colleges want to done in the early part of February.  We have a Financial Aid night here at school on February 9 from 6-7.  College Goal Sunday is the day before.

Deadline to apply to Ohio State is February 1, 2015.

See your counselor with any questions about college, career, or graduation.

Staff, The Y is offering a walking class after school, starting on Monday, January 26, 2015.  All are welcome!

If you are interested in Veterinary Medicine, there is a great exploratory program available in Columbus on February 21.  See the bulletin board for a sheet of information that includes the registration website.

Anyone interested in working backstage with the musical or painting/ building the set please sign up by the choir room. Some positions you will need to apply and interview for. Do make sure you fill those out as soon as possible

The yearbook staff at Bath High School is holding its 2nd Annual Homecoming/Prom Dress Sale on February 15, 2015 in Bath High School's Cafeteria.

The Senior who emailed their picture to Mrs. LaMarr on Sunday or Monday, please email the picture again. There was a problem with the file.  

Midmark has a scholarship available to those majoring in mechanical, electrical, or computer engineering.  It just arrived and is due February 27.  Come and get yours today.

Don't forget, as well, about the WEA scholarship and the Women's Civic League scholarship.  Come to the Guidance Office to get a copy or talk with your counselor.


If you are majoring in manufacturing technology or manufacturing engineering, or a closely related field, AND plan to attend Rhodes State, Edison, Sinclair, or Columbus State, get a Honda Scholarship form from the Guidance Office bulletin board today.  Deadline to apply is February 1!

Edison Community College has an open house event planned for Thursday, February 5:  6-8 P.M.

The International College of Broadcasting has an open house event on Saturday, January 31:  9:30-2.  This school is in Dayton, OH.  See the bulletin board.

SENIORS:  The FAFSA looms:  this is the event where your parents file taxes, and you learn how much money you may get for college via grants and loans.  You have to be ready--remind your parents to file taxes EARLY this year.  College Goal Sunday is February 8 at 2 P.M.

Columbus Grove High School will host this FAFSA event--it's when your parents take their tax information and file the FAFSA on site.

8th Grade Lock in on February 7, 2015.  Permission forms are available outside the principal's office in the wooden rack.

8TH GRADE Memory book order forms are available outside the principals office.  ORDERS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY.

Senior photos are due to the Yearbook staff by Friday. Please email your photos to Mrs. LaMarr ( or Mr. Johnson ( as soon as possible. If you only have print copies, please bring them to the library Monday or Wednesday after school to have them scanned and returned to you.  Please note that the photos should be vertical in order to fit into the page template.  

Also, watch your mail for information regarding parent ads that can be purchased placed in this year's book.


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