Steele News
Academic Team on Television
On Sunday, October 26, Steele's Academic Team competed vs Firestone and Wooster high schools on Channel 5's Academic Challenge. Members who competed were seniors Chad Johnson, Matt Cecil, and Ethan Clark; seniors Greg Woltman, Zach Delin, and Jared Hubach also attended as alternates.

The episode will air on WEWS Channel 5 on Saturday, February 7, at 7:00 p.m.

Photo courtesy of WEWS Channel 5
Memorial Service and Reception
Richard S. Cooley was a long time teacher and coach in the Amherst Exempted Village School District.  During his time at Amherst, he touched many people's lives. On Saturday, November 8th at 2:00 p.m., there will be a memorial service to celebrate the life of Mr. Cooley at Marion L. Steele High School in the main gymnasium. There will be a reception in the Cafetorium immediately following the service. If you have any questions regarding the service or reception, please contact Rob Glatz or Casey Wolf. 
Mr. Trunzo featured in Morning Journal
Check out Mr. Trunzo in a Morning Journal article about Margeau's Free to Be Project.
After Prom
The After Prom planning committee is looking for parents interested in helping with organizing After Prom. You don't have to have a senior to help - any parent is encouraged to help. There are many tasks to make the event successful (e.g. fundraising, decorating, phone calls, creative ideas, etc.) so assistance will be greatly appreciated.

There is an After Prom comment box on Mrs. Stack's desk in the lobby that students can leave ideas and suggestions of places to hold After Prom, activities to offer, and prizes to win.  If a parent is interested in helping, students can leave their parent's information in the comment box.

If interested in helping out in some form or providing financial support please contact Ms Pamela (substitute teacher and mother) either by depositing your name and information in the After Prom box or Call (216) 990-2538.  The first meeting of the After Prom Committee will be held on Wednesday, November 12th in the Steele Library at 6:00 p.m.  It will last about an hour.  We hope to see you there!
Senior Parents
We are looking for senior parents to help with Prom to Dawn this year. If you are interested, please contact Stacey Murry 440-984-9697. 
Student and Staff Member of the Month
Nominations are now being accepted for Amherst Steele Students and Staff Members of the Month. Students and staff should be nominated for promoting school spirit, serving the community, creating a positive school climate, and going above and beyond to help others. Student of the Month nominees should be in good academic standing. Nomination forms are can be found online or in the Steele office and are due on the fifteenth of each month. They can be turned in to the Student of the Month box in the office. Winners will be announced on Steele News Live each month and will receive a $5 gift certificate to Hot Dog Heaven or Olde Town Pizza, which can be picked up from Mr. May or Mrs. Provoznik. 
Random Drug Testing Policy
The Amherst Board of Education adopted a Random Drug Testing Policy at the regular June Board meeting earlier this week. The policy will be implemented beginning with the upcoming fall sports season. The district plans to pick up the cost of the random drug tests. Please see the links below for more information.

Random Drug Testing Policy

Facts Regarding Drug Testing Policy

Frequently Asked Questions About The Drug Testing Policy
PowerSchool Parent Account
If you would like to create a PowerSchool Parent account to access your child's grades and information, please use the attached PowerSchool Parent Account document and the PowerSchool Parent iPad document. You may also find these downloadable documents on our website under Parent Resources or Forms and More. (If you are new to the district or are a Kindergarten parent, you will be receiving a letter with this information specifically for you and your children within the next few days.) 
E-mail Update
The Amherst Schools will be sending two or three updates a month via e-mail to parents beginning in mid-September. Updates will highlight student achievements, innovative classrooms, district operations, and plans. Videos may be included as well. If you are interested in receiving these updates, simply email our EMIS Secretary, Patti Killen, and include your name, names of your children, and your e-mail address. Thank you and Go Comets!! 
Amherst Schools Foundation
Since 1986, the Amherst Schools Educational Foundation has awarded more than $366,000 in teacher grants and almost $200,000 in student scholarships within the Amherst community. To make a contribution to the Amherst Schools Educational Foundation, simply go to the Community Foundation of Greater Lorain County's "Make A Gift Now" webpage and type "Amherst" in the Keyword section of the donation tool bar. Select the Amherst Schools Endowment Fund or the Amherst Schools Fine Arts Endowment Fund to make a donation. Your donation is a gift that gives forever.
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