Monday October 11, 2021

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National Hispanic Heritage Month

Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th to October 15th, by celebrating the histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.

Did You Know…?

Within the four military branches of the US Department of Defense it was reported in 2017 that 36% of active duty military are of Hispanic descent.  There are approximately 1.1 million veterans in the United States who are of Hispanic origin.

Thought of the Week

Being kind = being happy. Happiness is partially gained by contributing to the cycle of goodness. By being kind to someone else, you create joy in yourself.

As musician Jon Batiste says, “You’re never too important to be nice to people”.

Cardboard Haunted House Contest

Mrs. Fout and the Media Center will be hosting a Cardboard Haunted House Contest this year. If interested, make an original handmade haunted house at home using cardboard for the structure and any non-edible decorations to embellish the house and the base. Houses can be dropped off at the Media Center from October 18th to October 25th. Students and staff will vote from October 25th through the 28th, and the winner will be announced on October 29th. For the contest rules as well as more information, see the paper flyer in the Media Center or Mrs. Fout.

Cheerleading Tryouts for Winter Season

Cheer tryouts for basketball season will be October 13th and 14th from 4-7 pm at WMS.

Hilliard Idol

Hilliard Bradley High School will once again be hosting Hilliard Idol. Auditions begin on Saturday, November 13th. The Finals take place on Saturday, November 20th. Scan the QR code that can be found on the flyers by the Media Center or across from Mr. DeChant’s room. This packet provides all the information, including the Entry Form that must be submitted. If you have questions, Contact Jeremy Witt at

Girls’ Basketball Open Gyms

Any girl interested in playing basketball at Weaver who is not participating in a fall sport, open gyms are every Sunday (through October 17th) from 7-8:30 pm at Davidson High School.

8th Grade Football:

Last Thursday the 8th grade football team defeated Dublin Karrer, 30-6. Dayne Schmitt scored 4 rushing touchdowns along with Logan Bucks extra points. The defense played hard and aggressive the whole game to hold karrer to only 6 points. The Cats had a great season and will look forward to playing over at Davidson. The team ended the year with a record of 5-2. Excellent job, Cats!

7th Grade Football:

No game last week. Last game is today! Good luck, Cats!


The ladies have done a wonderful job of supporting all the teams. Thank you cheerleaders!

7th Grade Volleyball:

The 7th grade volleyball team had another successful week with their last two regular season games. Last Monday, the Cats defeated Jones in their final home match with incredible defense from Addi Nadler and Lexi Tracy.

On Wednesday, the team travelled to their last away game against Dublin Sells. They brought home the win with excellent serving from Sophie Smith and Avery Asp.

And on Saturday in the tournament, the girls put up a great fight for the opposing team, but ended up losing the first game. But the cats had great hitting from Mia Garnett, and some great setting from Maddy Lahmers, and Katilin Chenalt. In the second game, the cats had some amazing offense from Zowi Murphy, and Leah Perez. Great job this season!

Flex Volleyball: 

The 7th Grade Flex Volleyball put up a fight against Heritage last Tuesday but unfortunately didn’t win. They had great plays from all the girls, great games Cats. They took on Marysville Bunsold last Wednesday but also fell short. They put up their best fight against them with great effort from everyone. Huge thanks to coach Baker for making this team possible.

Cross Country:

This past Tuesday both Cross Country teams had a meet against Dublin Karrer. The girls kept their undefeated streak going! Finishing in the top five for the girls were Erica Kaulen, Sara Bettinger, Gemma Pusateri and Sofia Tartaglia. The boys fought hard but were defeated 38 to 21.

On Saturday’s meet at Thomas Worthington High School, the girls earned 2nd place behind Dublin Grizzell. This was the last full team meet for the season. On October 24th, the top 7 runners for boys and girls will compete at States. Good luck Cats!

Boys’ Soccer:

The Boys’ Soccer Team lost in the tournament quarterfinals against Wellington, who was the host of the tournament. The Cats played hard, but ended up losing by a score of 4-0. The squad for this year played excellently this season

Girls’ Soccer

Last week, the girls soccer team saw their season end in the semi-finals, where they were defeated by the number one ranked Grandview team. The Cats played their best in the first half, as Maria Feicht and Lucy Drobik lead the attack, but could not quite get the ball in the goal.

In the second half, a combination of injuries to Abbie Burroughs and Rose Hickey and the Cats pressing to score allowed Grandview’s skill to dominate the match, and they pulled away to win. It was a tough end to an excellent season. Thank you for supporting your Cats! Vamos Gatos!


The Weaver gymnastics team finished strong at the District meet on Wednesday, October 6th.

A great performance was made by Lucy Aichele on floor.  Alex Kim placed 5th on bars, 4th on beam, 2nd on vault and floor, and 2nd in the all around. Great season girls!!!