HILLCLIMBERS, it's time to get your 2022-2023 Urbana All-Sports Passes and Urbana High School Football Reserved Seats!
Get your passes early!
* Central Buckeye Conference (CBC) set new single-game prices for 2022/23 for seniors, adults, and students. $8 varsity football, $7 all other varsity contests, and $5 for junior high athletics or sub-varsity standalones.
* Please note that adults cannot be admitted on student passes.
* Passes will be digital only. You’ll be emailed a QR code for scanning or can download the Hometown Fan App!
* Seniors in Urbana age 65+ are encouraged to bring proof of age and residency to the Central Office on Wood St for complimentary passes.
Marysville, Ohio – West Liberty-Salem Local Schools is the seventh area school system to join Memorial Sports Medicine’s School Athletic Training Program, which provides designated on-site athletic trainers for junior and high school sporting events and practices.
Memorial’s certified athletic trainers are specialty-trained in sports medicine-related healthcare, and perform the following duties:
Randy Moore, PT, OCS, MBA, and Executive Director of Musculoskeletal Services at Memorial Health shares, “In today’s school athletic world, it is crucial to have a team approach to healthcare for student-athletes in all sports, in all seasons. Memorial Health is honored to serve alongside the coaching staff, athletic department, and school nurses, in addition to the local EMT/paramedics, to complete a comprehensive athletic healthcare model for the students of West Liberty-Salem.”
Since 2012, Memorial has been providing these services to local schools. Today, the Memorial Sports Medicine team stands proudly behind nearly 1,400 junior high and 2,700 high school student-athletes across seven school districts. Memorial funds the salary and benefits of the athletic trainers at all of these schools as a community service.
According to Ryan Hunt, DO, and the Sports Medicine Physician Director at Memorial Sports Medicine, “Our mission at Memorial Health is to promote the health and wellness of our valued area residents, including our student-athletes. We believe that the proper evaluation and treatment of sports-related injuries can make a lifelong difference in the health of an athlete.”
“West Liberty-Salem Local School District is very excited about our new partnership with Memorial Health and we look forward to the upcoming school year,” shares Kraig Hissong, Superintendent of the West Liberty-Salem Local School District. “Having Memorial Health as our sports medicine partner will provide our community with quality, professional resources for our student athletes. Even more important is the interest Memorial has shown in supporting and partnering with us. They are taking this opportunity very seriously and are committed to providing us with the best service. I see a lot of future potential with this partnership – potential that will hopefully result in many benefits to our greater community and school district.”
Other area school systems that have partnerships with Memorial Sports Medicine include Fairbanks, Jonathan Alder, Marysville, Mechanicsburg, North Union, and Triad.
To learn more about Memorial Sports Medicine and how its trained clinical professionals assist all athletes, visit memorialohio.com/sports-medicine.
Memorial Health is an independent health system based in Marysville, Ohio, which consists of Memorial Hospital’s main campus and satellite outpatient locations including Memorial City Gate Medical Center; Memorial Urbana Medical Center; Memorial Hospital Outpatient Surgery Center; Memorial Gables – a skilled nursing facility; Memorial Medical Group – a network of 46 physicians and mid-level providers with office locations throughout Marysville, Plain City, Richwood, and Urbana; and the Memorial Health Foundation. To learn more, visit memorialohio.com.
The problem: Sunny Side Eggs wants to reach a new market with various size packs of eggs and their cartoning. You have been contracted to work with a team to develop and test a carton prototype.
The challenge: Using the materials provided, your challenge is to design an egg carton prototype capable of protecting the enclosed eggs from any breakage under applied pressures such as crushing or dropping.
The schedule will run as follows:
Children will be grouped by ages and only compete against other students their age.
Sign-ups will be held until Friday, May 13th at 4:30pm. Register by either calling 937-484-1526 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. It is FREE to participate and all supplies will be provided. Anyone can join; it is open to all of Champaign County.
The younger age groups will be allowed to have one adult helper per group. Groups will be maxed at 4 participants, but can have as little as 2.
If you have any questions about the STEM Science Fair, please contact Kiley Horn at 937-772-6013 or email email@example.com.
In addition to projects, each class will be competing with their teachers. There will be a walk-a-thon going on all day to raise funds for the Red, White, & Cards day this summer. Teachers will be collecting coins and cash, and classes will get to walk the track if they meet their fundraising goal!
How to donate:
Funds will be collected by the High School National Honor Society and donations will go to Triad Jr. Basketball to support the June 18th fireworks.
Mr. Johnson opened the ceremony remarking that the students being recognized are among some of the top leaders in the school. Many students are athletes, artists, fine art students including band and choir. Some students were in both sports and musical or community action organizations. They are active in the FFA, Student Council, 4H, church and other clubs both in and outside of school. Still, their commitment and dedication to their studies proves they have learned to maintain a high level of self discipline.
This year, 27 Freshman, 20 sophomores, 24 juniors and 19 seniors were recognized. Seniors, who are invited for the third or fourth year, are also invited to honor a teacher or staff member that made a positive impact on their academic experience. 13 out of 19 seniors have attended 3 or four years consecutively.
Mr. Hissong shared the closing remarks for the banquet.
The following teachers were recognized:
Mrs. Renee Arnold by Megan Adams
Mr. Andy Cotrell by Brady Forsythe
Mr. Dan Miller by Ali Gault
Mr. Steve Fannin by Jamie Gluckle
Mrs. Rachel Finch by Emily Hollar
Ms. Jess Haney by Jocelynn Kenna’s
Mrs. Carrie Smith by Lauren Kindle
Mr. Andy Cotrell by Naomi McGill
Mr. Jake Vitt by Hallie Smith
Mr. Sean Stormes by Micha Stoner
Mr. Steve Fannin by Mandilyn Weaver
Mrs. June Seymour by Aubrey Williams
Mrs. Annie Kauffman by Gabrielle Williams
Please call the high school at (937) 663-4127 and leave your name, address, and what task(s) you want. You will receive a call back for conformation.
Emma Lockwood, Prevention Specialist from TCN Behavioral Health, will be the facilitator for this training. Emma has a passion for the LGBTQ+ community and is excited to share this training with those living and working in Logan and Champaign Counties.
There are two training sessions being offered. Participants are welcome to select training sessions that best suits their schedule.
TCN Behavioral Health- West Liberty location, 1521 N. Detroit St., West Liberty, OH 43357
RSVP to Cecilia Yelton at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 937-465-1045.