Monday August 30, 2021
HCSD Middle School Musical
The Hilliard Schools will be offering a Middle School Musical (James and the Giant Peach Junior) to all Hilliard 7th and 8th graders under the direction of Mrs. Joy Grubbs, the Station Sixth Grade School Choir Director. The auditions, rehearsals and performances will all be held at Station. There will be a limit of 60 cast members, and the parts will be determined by audition on September 1st. To learn more, go to: https://www.hilliardschools.org/music/memorial/theater/ or scan the QR code from the flyers hanging near the Media Center entrance. Registration packets can be picked up from Mrs. Muzzalupo in the Choir Room.
The Media Center needs Genius Bar students for the first semester. Responsibilities include helping students with iPad issues and assisting with library tasks. If you like helping others and are good with technology, see Mrs. Fout in the Media Center or scan the QR code on the flyer in the Media Center to complete the Google Form.
The Weaver Gay Straight Alliance is a community where everyone belongs. LGBTQ+students, their allies, and those who want to join this supportive community will meet once a month in the Media Center. If you are interested, see Mrs. Fout or scan the QR code on the flyer in the Media Center and complete the Google Form.
Weaver will be having a Social Justice Book Club this year! We will be reading books about a variety of social issues and meet to discuss them. If you love to read, this is the club for you! See Mrs. Fout in the Media Center or scan the QR on the flyer in the Media Center and complete the Google Form if you are interested in joining.
Free Breakfast & Lunch Continues in ‘21-22
The free breakfast and free lunch program will continue for ALL students this entire school year.
Women’s Equality Day
Last week, on August 26th, National Women’s Equality Day was celebrated. This commemorates the 1920 Passage of the 19th amendment to the constitution, granting women the right to vote.
This coming Monday we will have no school in order to celebrate Labor Day. Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers and is traditionally observed on the first Monday in September. It was created by the labor movement in the late 19th century and became a federal holiday in 1894.
8th Grade Football:
The 8th grade football team lost a close game to Marysville last Thursday. The Cats lost 14 to 6, but the defense played aggressive and physical the entire game, and Dayne Schmidt scored a touchdown. The team continues to improve each week and looks forward to the home opener against UA Jones Thursday.
7th Grade Football:
Game was canceled on Wednesday. Game 1 comes this week!
The Hilliard Davidson Cheerleaders will be selling Beat Darby t-shirts, every day starting on Tuesday, September 7th. They will be sold during lunch in the commons. Once they sell out, they are gone. Sizes range from youth Medium to adult XXL. The shirts are $20.00 each. Cash, check or Venmo @Pom-Paws-1 will be accepted at the time of sale.
7th Grade Volleyball:
The 7th grade girls Volleyball team went one and one last week against Brookpark and Pleasant View. The Cats put up an excellent three set fight against the Trojans on Monday, with Mia Garnett giving them awesome serving and great defense from Addi Nadler. On Wednesday, the Cats swept the Pleasant View Panthers in two sets with an almost unstoppable serve from Avery Asp and a great display of effort from Kaitlyn Chenault. Best of luck to the Cats this week!
Your Weaver Girls Tennis Team started off the season with a BIG WIN against Marysville Tuesday night. This season we have 1st Singles – Madison Kline, 2nd Singles – Keely Guffey, 3rd Singles – Mackenzie Kline, 1st Doubles – Brooklyn Murlin & Aila Mahefkey and 2nd Doubles – Olivia Lewis & Clare Carter. The Cats Team won ALL their matches last week. There was solid play on ALL the exhibition courts as well. Way to go Cats and good luck this week!
The boys’ soccer team has a record of 2 wins and no losses thus far. The Wildcats beat Groveport, as well as UA Jones. Against Groveport, The Cats won 5 –to 0 with four different scorers. David Schuster was a brick wall on defense, while Liban Ionno and Ali Rashid were dicing up their opponents on offense. The Cats won their second game, against Jones, 1 to 0. It was played in heavy rain with several lightning delays, but the team persisted! Eli Coleman scored the one and only goal of the game, and the defense was stout with Andrew Kocher and Luke Berridge leading the way. The Cats play tonight against Worthington Christian and on Wednesday at Memorial.
Last week, the Girls’ Soccer Wildcats won their first game against Groveport and tied their second game against UA Jones. Against Groveport, Maria Feicht scored 5 goals and Asalah Kamal added the other, as the Cats won 6 to 2. Against UA Jones, the Cats defense held firm for much of the game, and Asalah Kamal scored the only goal. The girls record stands at 1 win and 1 tie and the Cats return to action tonight with a home against Worthington Christian. Come out and support your Cats! Vamos Gatos!