This week's edition of The BUZZ welcomes a new member to our #ONEHIVE family, contains a COVID update, and has great information for our seniors. Have a wonderful weekend!! https://www.smore.com/58by4
This edition of The BUZZ has the most recent COVID updates and a Purple and Gold take over with our flexible thinking K-8 Students. https://www.smore.com/z7bcu Enjoy the long weekend!
This edition of The BUZZ has the most recent COVID updates and a Purple and Gold take over with our flexible thinking K-8 Students. ttps://www.smore.com/z7bcu Enjoy the long weekend!
IMPORTANT - If your student rides Bus #1 and Bus #5 Due to a shortage of drivers Friday afternoon, students that ride bus 5 home with Mr. Stoner will be released early from school to arrive at Tractor Supply and The Albion Farmers Market one (1) hour early on Friday afternoon, January 14, 2022. ETA for Tractor Supply 2:10pm-2:15pm ETA for Albion Farmers Market 2:25pm-2:30pm Mr. Stoner will return to the school to drive students home on Bus 1. Bus 1 may be running a few minutes later than usual. ALL OTHER STUDENTS WILL BE DISMISSED AT 2:45 AND WILL ARRIVE AT THEIR BUS STOP AT THE REGULARLY SCHEDULED TIME. Also, Bus 1 will have a substitute driver Friday morning. To help, so we do not miss students, please have your child at their stop before the bus arrives so the driver can see them.
Please read our updated protocols and guidance.
This week's edition of The BUZZ has a reminder about the end of the semester, the released graduation date, and information about COVID and COVID cases in the district. Have a wonderful weekend! https://www.smore.com/z4s1w
There will be a boys basketball meeting for all interested in playing JV or varsity boys basketball in Coach Clark’s classroom at 3:30 PM tomorrow. This is for students in grades 9-12.
This is the link to purchase tickets to the volleyball district game at Springport tomorrow night at 7:00 pm. All ticket must be purchased online. https://gofan.co/app/events/414094?schoolId=MI3566
Just a reminder that the sports schedules can be found at https://concord-athletics.com/ You can sign-up for alerts and link the schedule to the calendar on your phones.
The 8th grade volleyball season came to a close today at the Big 8 Tournament held at Springport High School. The girls played tough, but were eliminated in the semi-finals by Homer after being seeded 5th overall after pool play and defeating Jonesville in the quarterfinals. Emma Burbo had 27 kills, 8 aces, and 7 digs. Marissa Mandrelle had 9 aces, 16 kills, and 3 digs. Bella Coppernoll had 6 aces, 10 kills, and 7 assists. Lilie Vandenburgh had 5 aces, 2 kills, and 17 assists. Macy Sinden had 5 digs and 2 kills. Jaylin Knoblett had 2 aces and 2 kills. Gabby Herzberg had 1 ace and 1 kill. Jasmine Carr played great in the front row and 6th grader, Annie Saenz, came in and played great defense and had 1 dig. Injured player, Jordyan Metcalf, kept great stats and cheered the team on all day. These girls may not have ended their season the way they would have liked, but the improvements they have made and successes they have had this season are a true indication of what this team is capable of in the future! Your coaches are proud of you, girls!!! WE ARE CONCORD VOLLEYBALL!
The 8th grade volleyball team defeated Lenawee Christian 25-20, 25-14. Marissa Mandrelle led the team in aces with 4. Also adding aces were Bella Coppernoll with 3, Jaylin Knoblett and Emma Burbo with 2 each, and Lilie Vandenburgh with 1. Emma Burbo and Marissa Mandrelle also added 3 kills each. Gabby Herzberg and Bella Coppernoll each had 1 kill. Macy Sinden and Emma Burbo each had 1 dig. Lilie Vandenburgh had 4 assists. Jasmine Carr had a couple good contacts in the front row as well. The team travels to Springport on Saturday for the Big 8 tournament. Go, Jackets!
The 8th grade volleyball team lost in 5 to Jonesville (20-25, 25-20, 16-25, 25-23, 10-15). Marissa Mandrelle had 7 aces, Gabby Herzberg had 3 aces, Lilie Vandenburgh, Jaylin Knoblett, and Bella Coppernoll each added 2 aces, and Emma Burbo had 1 ace. Emma led the team in kills with 7. Also adding kills were Marissa with 5, Gabby with 4, Bella with 3, and Lilie with 1. Emma had 5 digs, Marissa had 3 digs, and Macy Sinden had 2 digs. Bella and Lilie had 7 combined assists.
The 8th grade volleyball team was victorious over Homer, winning all 5 sets (25-22, 25-20, 25-17, 25-9, 15-9). Marissa Mandrelle led the team in aces with 12, Emma Burbo added 9 aces, Lilie Vandenburgh had 6 aces, Bella Coppernoll had 3 aces, Gabby Herzberg had 2 aces, and Jaylin Knoblett had 1 ace. Marissa also led the team in kills with 10. Also adding kills were Emma and Bella with 5, Lilie with 4, and Gabby and Macy Sinden each had 1. Bella Coppernoll led the team in assists with 4. Lilie Vandenburgh and Macy Sinden each had 2 digs. Jasmine Carr played great defense. Awesome job, ladies!
The 8th grade volleyball team defeated Union City, 25-23, 25-18, 10-25, 25-17, 8-15. Emma Burbo led the team in aces with 10. Lilie Vandenburgh added 7 aces, Bella Coppernoll and Marissa Mandrelle each added 4 aces, Gabby Herzberg had 2 aces, and Jaylin Knoblett had 1 ace. Emma Burbo had 5 kills, and Marissa Mandrelle and Bella Coppernoll each added 3 kills. Keep it up, ladies!
Attention Parents: We need your help to keep tomorrow’s football games safe for all of our younger students. Reminder: **Students should remain on the home side of the bleachers and limit interaction with students from the opposing team. **Students should be supervised by parents, guardians, older siblings, or another responsible adult. Students are encouraged to watch the football game. **Footballs will not be allowed at games. These youth football games are often unsupervised, display poor sportsmanship, and can result in students getting hurt. Footballs will be confiscated and returned after the game. Thank you for your support as we try to create an environment that is safe and enjoyable for all. Go Yellowjackets!
The 8th grade volleyball team was victorious over Quincy 25-22, 22-25, 25-18, 24-26, 15-13. It was a nail biter of a match and the Concord girls never gave up! Emma Burbo led the team in aces with 8, Marissa Mandrelle and Bella Coppernoll added 6 aces each, Gabby Herzberg had 3 aces, Lilie Vandenburgh had 2 aces, and Jaylin Knoblett added 1 ace. Emma Burbo was aggressive at the net and had 9 kills and 1 block. Marissa Mandrelle had 8 kills, Bella Coppernoll had 3 kills, Lilie Vandenburgh had 2 kills, and Macy Sinden had 1 kill. Macy also passed well against some tough servers. Bella Coppernoll and Lilie Vandenburgh also had 7 combined assists. Jasmine Carr supported her team the entire match. Great job, girls! Keep working hard!
The 8th grade volleyball team was victorious against Springport, sweeping all 5 sets (25-12, 25-20, 25-14, 25-21, 15-12). Emma Burbo led the team in aces with 15, Bella Coppernoll had 13 aces, Lilie Vandenburgh had 8 aces, Gabby Herzberg had 3 aces, and Jaylin Knoblett added 1 ace. Emma Burbo was swinging hard and had 12 kills. Setters, Bella Coppernoll and Lilie Vandenburgh, had 12 combined assists. Macy Sinden and Marissa Mandrelle played aggressively in the back row. Keep it up, girls!
Jr. Jacket Youth Cheer Clinic will be held on October 20-21 from 3:00-5:00 pm in the Concord High School Mezzanine. The youth girls will cheer at the varsity football game on Friday, October 22nd. Flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1O-4JYU_6fpmMjUwMM2XvfLNSdQ2-Ey9L/view?usp=sharing Sign Up Form: https://forms.gle/QQFTn5xivRkXa3yWA
If you'd like to watch many of our Concord sporting events, but cannot always attend, I invite you to check out the NFHS website that will broadcast many high school and some middle school sporting events. https://refer.nfhsnetwork.com/Matt67621
The 8th grade volleyball team brought home another championship trophy, going undefeated at the Marshall Tournament! They finished first in their pool after defeating Northwest, Harper Creek, and Lakeview. They then defeated Northwest again in the quarterfinals (25-7, 25-8) and Harper Creek again in the semi-finals (15-25, 25-11, 15-11). They met Homer in the finals, and won 25-13, 25-15. The team was aggressive on the service line. 7th grader, Bradie Lehman, led the team in aces with 75. Bella Coppernoll added 19 aces, Marissa Mandrelle had 18 aces, Emma Burbo had 14 aces, Lilie Vandenburgh added 9 aces, and Jaylin Knoblett had 1 ace. Emma Burbo led the team in kills with 21, while Marissa Mandrelle added 13. Bradie Lehman had 6 kills, and Bella Coppernoll and Gabby Herzberg each added 2 kills. Macy Sinden played the libero position and played great defense. 6th grader, Annie Saenz, came to help the team out and made some clutch digs. Jasmine Carr also played great. Keep it up, ladies!