High School Daily Announcements

Monday, Sept 28th

Are you interested in NHS? Do you have questions about the application process? Then stop by Ms. Allen's Room #208 this Wednesday, September 30th after school at 3pm for an Informational Meeting. All application materials are due by November 2nd. 

Freshman class officers please meet in Ms. Steel's room right after school this Weds. September 30th. We will be discussing upcoming fundraisers for the class. 

Mark your calendars. Picture day is coming soon! It will be next Wednesday, October 7th from 8am-10am. ALL students are welcome to have their pictures taken during that time. More information coming home soon!

Friday, Sept 25th

Freshman class officers please meet in Ms. Steel's room right after school next Weds. September 30th. We will be discussing upcoming fundraisers for the class. 

Yearbooks are in! Please feel free to stop by Mrs. Allen's room before school or after to pick yours up! 

Mark your calendars. Picture day is coming soon! It will be Wednesday, October 7th from 8am-10am. ALL students are welcome to have their pictures taken during that time. More information coming home soon!

Immunization records for seniors are due today! If you do not have your updated required immunizations into the office today, you cannot return to school this coming Monday! You are excluded from attending until they are provided.

Now for our weekly thought from our guidance department:

Next week, let's focus on getting to know our classmates better.

Our quote is: “There are no strangers here--only friends we have yet to meet.” by William Butler Yeats

Next week, let’s look for opportunities to make new friends. We can greet people in class and in the halls.  We can smile, reach out to new students, and make a point of making new acquaintances.  Watch what a difference it makes in your feelings about school to be friendly, to get to know some new people, and to make school a welcoming place.



Thursday, Sept 24th

Yearbooks are in! Please feel free to stop by Mrs. Allen's room before school or after to pick yours up! We also have extras for sale if you didn't order one, the cost is $55.00. Don't miss out and get yours today!

Mark your calendars. Picture day is coming soon! It will be Wednesday, October 7th from 8am-10am. ALL students are welcome to have their pictures taken during that time. More information coming home soon!

Immunization records for seniors are due tomorrow. If you do not have your updated required immunizations, you cannot return to school on Monday, Sept 28th! Again, seniors must have updated immunizations completed to come to school on Monday, Sept 28th. Without them, you are excluded from school until they are turned in.

Wednesday, Sept 23rd

A local resident is seeking students who would be interested in doing yard work and outdoor fall cleanup.  Pay is $20 an hour.  If interested please stop in the office to get the contact number. 

Attention Current NHS members: There will be an all-member meeting today after school at 3pm in Ms. Allen's Room #208. We will discuss membership, fundraising, and officer positions. Please see Ms. Allen if you cannot attend.

Yearbooks are in! Please feel free to stop by Mrs. Allen's room before school or after to pick yours up! We also have extras for sale if you didn't order one, the cost is $55.00. Don't miss out and get yours today!

Mark your calendars. Picture day is coming soon! It will be Wednesday, October 7th from 8am-10am. ALL students are welcome to have their pictures taken during that time. More information coming home soon!

Immunization records for seniors are due this Friday. If you do not have your updated required immunizations, you cannot return to school on Monday, Sept 28th! Again, seniors must have updated immunizations completed to come to school on Monday, Sept 28th. Without them, you are excluded from school until they are turned in.

Tuesday, Sept 22nd

A local resident is seeking students who would be interested in doing yard work and outdoor fall cleanup.  Pay is $20 an hour.  If interested please stop in the office to get the contact number. 

Attention Current NHS members: There will be an all-member meeting tomorrow after school at 3pm in Ms. Allen's Room #208. We will discuss membership, fundraising, and officer positions. Please see Ms. Allen if you cannot attend.

Yearbooks are in! Please feel free to stop by Mrs. Allen's room before school or after to pick yours up! We also have extras for sale if you didn't order one, the cost is $55.00. Don't miss out and get yours today!

Mark your calendars. Picture day is coming soon! It will be Wednesday, October 7th from 8am-10am. ALL students are welcome to have their pictures taken during that time. More information coming home soon!

Immunization records for seniors are due this Friday. If you do not have your updated required immunizations, you cannot return to school on Monday, Sept 28th! Again, seniors must have updated immunizations completed to come to school on Monday, Sept 28th. Without them, you are excluded from school until they are turned in.

Monday, Sept 21st

Attention to students who were in art or ceramic classes last year: 
Your art portfolios and ceramic pieces are in the cafeteria to be picked up. Please take your artwork home. If you have a friend that is not at school with artwork out, it might be a good idea to let them know that they can pick up their artwork too. Please do not touch any artwork that is not yours (especially delicate ceramic pieces).  Artworks will be in the cafeteria through the end of this week.

A local resident is seeking students who would be interested in doing yard work and outdoor fall cleanup.  Pay is $20 an hour.  If interested please stop in the office to get the contact number. 

Our boys soccer team scored a 2-1 win over Jackson Milton this past Saturday!! Goals were made by Logan McClellan & Ethan Wise. Nice job boys!

Attention Current NHS members: There will be an all-member meeting this Wednesday, September 23rd after school at 3pm in Ms. Allen's Room #208. We will discuss membership, fundraising, and officer positions. Please see Ms. Allen if you cannot attend.

Yearbooks are in! Please feel free to stop by Mrs. Allen's room before school or after to pick yours up! We also have extras for sale if you didn't order one, the cost is $55.00. Don't miss out and get yours today!

Mark your calendars. Picture day is coming soon! It will be Wednesday, October 7th from 8am-10am. ALL students are welcome to have their pictures taken during that time. More information coming home soon!


Friday, Sept 18th

Congratulations to the 2020-2021 Waterloo High School Class Officers. They are as follows:

Seniors
P       Jared Eichler
VP    Taylor Werbeck
S       Braelynn McClain
PR     Michael Duplaga

Juniors
P      Emma More
VP   Haley Nehlsen
S      Not filled
PR   Not filled

Sophomores
P      Jake Hermann
VP    Sofia Smith
S       Jocelynn McClain
PR    Rebecca Stump

Freshmen
P      Kylie Duvall
VP    Gracie Abbe
S       Hailey Johnson
PR     Not filled

Attention to students who were in art or ceramic classes last year: 
Your art portfolios and ceramic pieces are in the cafeteria to be picked up. Please take your artwork home. If you have a friend that is not at school with artwork out, it might be a good idea to let them know that they can pick up their artwork too. Please do not touch any artwork that is not yours (especially delicate ceramic pieces). Thank you.  Artworks will be in the cafeteria through next Friday.

Attention Current NHS members: There will be an all-member meeting on Wednesday, September 23rd after school at 3pm in Ms. Allen's Room #208. We will discuss membership, fundraising, and officer positions. Please see Ms. Allen if you cannot attend.

Yearbooks are in! Please feel free to stop by Mrs. Allen's room before school or after to pick yours up! We also have extras for sale if you didn't order one, the cost is $55.00. Don't miss out and get yours today!

In case your family did not receive the all-call from our Superintendent last night, we wanted to make sure you are all aware that the Homecoming Dance for next month has been postponed. That does not mean it won't take place, it is just not happening next month. We will share more news with you as it becomes available. 

Mark your calendars. Picture day is coming soon! It will be Wednesday, October 7th from 8am-10am. ALL students are welcome to have their pictures taken during that time. More information coming home soon!

Just a reminder that if you drive to school you will need a parking permit.  Forms are available in the office and the cost is $15.  Please get those turned in by today!

The pink emergency medical forms are due to the office by the end of the day today! 

Every Friday, we will be sharing some thoughts, ideas and ways for each of us to improve our daily lives and just be better people. Thanks to our counselors for putting these together for us. Today's topic is mindfulness:
Mindfulness is the idea of being present in the current moment, rather than spending time anticipating concerns, thinking about what might happen or what did happen. When was the last time you practiced mindfulness? How can you spend more time in your day practicing mindfulness?


Thursday, Sept 17th

Congratulations to the golf team who finished as the MVAC runner ups in the league championship tournament yesterday at Salem Hills.  Earning league honors were Luke Simons with 1st team All MVAC and Gavin English and Hunter Rothermel who both earned 2nd team All MVAC.

Attention to students who were in art or ceramic classes last year: 
Your art portfolios and ceramic pieces are in the cafeteria to be picked up. Please take your artwork home. If you have a friend that is not at school with artwork out, it might be a good idea to let them know that they can pick up their artwork too. Please do not touch any artwork that is not yours (especially delicate ceramic pieces). Thank you.  Artworks will be in the cafeteria through next Friday.

Yearbooks are in! Please feel free to stop by Mrs. Allen's room before school or after to pick yours up! We also have extras for sale if you didn't order one, the cost is $55.00. Don't miss out and get yours today!

Mark your calendars. Picture day is coming soon! It will be Wednesday, October 7th from 8am-10am. ALL students are welcome to have their pictures taken during that time. We will have a photographer here earlier for our MW students. Our remote learners will need their own transportation. We will be sending home packets with ordering details as soon as they arrive! #vikingpride 

Just a reminder that if you drive to school you will need a parking permit.  Forms are available in the office and the cost is $15.  Please get those turned in by tomorrow.

The pink emergency medical forms are due to the office by tomorrow. 

There are bookbags, masks, and plenty of school supplies in the main office for any student who may need something.  These supplies are available year round and available to all students.  See Mrs. English if you are in need of anything.

Voting for class officers will be conducted today. Check your email for the a ballots.

If you want to be involved in student council, you may do so without being an officer. Please see Mr. Negron to sign up. As a matter of fact, we encourage you to get involved!!

Wednesday, Sept 16th

Yearbooks are in! Please feel free to stop by Mrs. Allen's room before school or after to pick yours up! We also have extras for sale if you didn't order one, the cost is $55.00. Don't miss out and get yours today!

Mark your calendars. Picture day is coming soon! It will be Wednesday, October 7th from 8am-10am. ALL students are welcome to have their pictures taken during that time. We will have a photographer here earlier for our MW students. Our remote learners will need their own transportation. We will be sending home packets with ordering details as soon as they arrive! #vikingpride 

Just a reminder that if you drive to school you will need a parking permit.  Forms are available in the office and the cost is $15.  Please get those turned in by this Friday.

The pink emergency medical forms are due to the office by this Friday September 18.  

There are bookbags, masks, and plenty of school supplies in the main office for any student who may need something.  These supplies are available year round and available to all students.  See Mrs. English if you are in need of anything.

Students interested in running for a Senior, Junior, Sophomore or Freshman class office can pick up applications in the main office today. They are on the front counter. Applications for class officer candidates must be returned by 2:30PM today!.  Actual voting for class officers will be conducted on Thursday, September 17th.

If you want to be involved in student council, you may do so without being an officer. Please see Mr. Negron to sign up. As a matter of fact, we encourage you to get involved!!

Tuesday, Sept 15th

The Vikings defended the Scotty Cup defeating Garfield 173-192 on Senior Night. Luke Simons was match medalist shooting a 37. Rounding out the scoring for the Vikings were Hunter Rothermel 44, Gavin English 46, Noah Hughes 46,Tucker  Brown 49, and Drew Flarida 51.


The girls soccer team defeated Brookfield in a 8-1 victory. Scorers for the Vikings were Kaira English, Sydney Jackson, Lilly Foster, and Emma More. Assists were made by Hailey Waldeck, Roselyn Couts, Olivia Boyle, and Sydney Jackson. Great overall teamwork and effort!

Congratulations to our boys soccer team. They won last night with a score of 5- 2. Goals were scored by Logan McClellan, Aaron Hart & Clay Jacobs. Great job boys!!

Mark your calendars. Picture day is coming soon! It will be Wednesday, October 7th from 8am-10am. ALL students are welcome to have their pictures taken during that time. We will have a photographer here earlier for our MW students. Our remote learners will need their own transportation. We will be sending home packets with ordering details as soon as they arrive! #vikingpride 

Just a reminder that if you drive to school you will need a parking permit.  Forms are available in the office and the cost is $15.  Please get those turned in by this Friday.

The pink emergency medical forms are due to the office by this Friday September 18.  

There are bookbags, masks, and plenty of school supplies in the main office for any student who may need something.  These supplies are available year round and available to all students.  See Mrs. English if you are in need of anything.

Students interested in running for a Senior, Junior, Sophomore or Freshman class office can pick up applications in the main office today. They are on the front counter. Applications for class officer candidates must be returned by 2:30PM tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept 16th.  Actual voting for class officers will be conducted on Thursday, September 17th.

If you want to be involved in student council, you may do so without being an officer. Please see Mr. Negron to sign up. As a matter of fact, we encourage you to get involved!!

Monday, Sept 14th

Mark your calendars. Picture day is coming soon! It will be Wednesday, October 7th from 8am-10am. ALL students are welcome to have their pictures taken during that time. We will have a photographer here earlier for our MW students. Our remote learners will need their own transportation. We will be sending home packets with ordering details as soon as they arrive! #vikingpride 

Just a reminder that if you drive to school you will need a parking permit.  Forms are available in the office and the cost is $15.  Please get those turned in by this Friday.

The pink emergency medical forms are due to the office by this Friday September 18.  

There are bookbags, masks, and plenty of school supplies in the main office for any student who may need something.  These supplies are available year round and available to all students.  See Mrs. English if you are in need of anything.

Thursday at the Oscar Grant cross country invite Cheyanne Biltz finished 89th out of 140 runners. Congratulations Cheyanne.

Attention seniors:  you should have received information about immunizations that are required this year.  Please see Mrs. English  if you did not receive it.

Students interested in running for a Senior, Junior, Sophomore or Freshman class office can pick up applications in the main office beginning today. Applications for class officer candidates must be returned by 2:30PM this Wednesday, Sept 16th.  Actual voting for class officers will be conducted on Thursday, September 17th.

If you want to be involved in student council, you may do so without being an officer. Please see Mr. Negron to sign up. As a matter of fact, we encourage you to get involved!!

Friday, Sept 11th

Just a reminder that if you drive to school you will need a parking permit.  Forms are available in the office and the cost is $15.  Please get those turned in by next Friday.

The pink emergency medical forms are due to the office by Friday September 18.  

There are bookbags, masks, and plenty of school supplies in the main office for any student who may need something.  These supplies are available year round and available to all students.  See Mrs. English if you are in need of anything.

Any High School Student who did not get their Chromebook last week, please stop by the office and get a Waiver form that must be signed by a parent.  Once it is signed, please bring it in this week.  You may get it during your lunch period from Mr. Dockery. Thank you.

Attention seniors:  you should have received information about immunizations during first period yesterday.  Please see Mrs. English  if you did not receive it.

Attention freshman: There are extra yearbooks from last year. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Huth in the MS main office at the end of the day. The cost is $15.00. 

Students interested in running for a Senior, Junior, Sophomore or Freshman class office can pick up applications in the main office beginning today. Applications for class officer candidates must be returned by 2:30PM next Wednesday, Sept 16th.  Actual voting for class officers will be conducted on Thursday, September 17th.

If you want to be involved in student council, you may do so without being an officer. Please see Mr. Negron to sign up. As a matter of fact, we encourage you to get involved!!

Thursday, Sept 10th

Any High School Student who did not get their Chromebook last week, please stop by the office and get a Waiver form that must be signed by a parent.  Once it is signed, please bring it in this week.  You may get it during your lunch period from Mr. Dockery. Thank you.

Attention seniors:  you should have received information about immunizations during first period yesterday.  Please see Mrs. English  if you did not receive it.

Vikings golf defeated Mineral Ridge 176-192 to pick up win #12. Leading the Vikings were Luke Simons 39, Gavin English 44, Hunter Rothermel 46, and Tucker Brown 47. With tonight's win, the Vikings finish MVAC league play with an 11-1 record, and will enter the league tourney with at least a tie for the best record.

Attention freshman: There are extra yearbooks from last year. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Huth in the MS main office at the end of the day. The cost is $15.00. 

Wednesday, Sept 9

Happy Wednesday. Everyone did a great job yesterday with your masks and only a few reminders throughout the day needed to be made. Let's continue that pattern as we move on with the year. You MUST wear your mask unless you are seated in the cafeteria, eating your breakfast or lunch. If you are not wearing it or not wearing it properly, you will be asked by anyone on staff to fix it. Non-compliance will not be tolerated. 

You also did a great job with locker visits yesterday. Thank you!  You will be allowed to go to your locker 3 times per day. You may go before school starts, before and after lunch, and at the end of the day. No other visits will be permitted. Please make sure you have what you need. Teachers will give you some time to adjust, but we need to limit the gatherings around the lockers.

Any High School Student who did not get their Chromebook last week, please stop by the office and get a Waiver form that must be signed by a parent.  Once it is signed, please bring it in this week.  You may get it during your lunch period starting today from Mr. Dockery. Thank you.

Attention seniors:  you should be receiving information about immunizations during first period today.  Please see Mrs. English by the end of the day if you do not receive it. 


Tuesday, Sept 8

Welcome back everyone! We're so glad you are all here. While many things have changed, we will give you time to figure everything out. Please pay attention throughout the day as your teachers will be giving you a lot of information and directions today. First and foremost, you MUST wear your mask unless you are seated in the cafeteria, eating your breakfast or lunch. If you are not wearing it or not wearing it properly, you will be asked by anyone on staff to fix it. Non-compliance will not be tolerated. 

The other major change is this year is locker visits. You will be allowed to go to your locker 3 times per day. You may go before school starts, before and after lunch, and at the end of the day. No other visits will be permitted. Please make sure you have what you need. Teachers will give you some time to adjust, but we need to limit the gatherings around the lockers.

All other changes will be explained by your teachers. Again, please make sure you are paying attention!

Any High School Student who did not get their Chromebook last week, please stop by the office and get a Waiver form that must be signed by a parent.  Once it is signed, please bring it in this week.  You may get it during your lunch period starting Wednesday from Mr. Dockery. Thank you.

At the Billy Goat cross country meet on Saturday, Cheyanne Biltz finished in 80th place out of 130 runners!

Attention Freshmen: if you ordered a middle school yearbook please stop in the office to pick it up from Mrs. English.

All of Mrs. Dennison’s classes please meet in room 106 today.

Open House 2020 High School




Aug 10, 2020

Please check our website weekly for new information leading up to the opening of school. 

Supplies:
There are NO supply lists for high school students other than basic school needs such as notebooks and pens/pencils. Depending on your student's schedule, each teacher will have different requests. They will give you plenty of time to acquire the materials needed. 



Jan 23, 2020

If you recently have sold candy bars for the freshmen class, please turn your money  into Ms. Steel as soon as possible. Also if you are decorating the hallways for the upcoming spirit week, come after school and work in Ms. Steel's room the week of January 27th.

Senior pictures are due March 1st for the yearbook. Please have your photographers send them directly to Mrs. Allen via email or bring a hard copy to her in room 201.

Attention NHS Applicants: There will be an Applicant-ONLY meeting today  in Ms. Allen's A/O Rm 208. We will discuss the obligations of membership and the upcoming induction ceremony.

Anyone who will be 18 years old by November 3, 2020 is eligible to vote for candidates only in the upcoming primary election.  The primary election is March 17th. If you are able to vote please stop by Mr. Peters room for a voter registration form. Deadline to register is February 18th. 

This Friday, we will have a FREE spirit bus available for the first 50 students to sign up in the high school office.  Your ride to McDonald and your ticket cost will be covered. Do not sign up unless you are serious about attending.  We have limited space available. Bus will leave promptly at 5:00 p.m. Again, the bus will leave at 5pm!!

Attention all Juniors:
You will all be attending an ACT prep seminar on February 3rd at Kent Roosevelt High School. This will be an all day field trip. Please have your permission slip signed and turned  in to Mrs. English or Mrs. DePerro by Thursday, January 30th at the latest. Lunch will not be provided at the seminar, so you will need to either bring a lunch from home, or purchase a to-go lunch from Waterloo before we leave for the trip. This is a great opportunity to improve your ACT score. All Juniors will be expected to attend as the school is covering the cost. This includes Juniors attending Maplewood.  Please see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

Jan 22, 2020

If you recently have sold candy bars for the freshmen class, please turn your money  into Ms. Steel as soon as possible. Also if you are decorating the hallways for the upcoming spirit week, come after school and work in Ms. Steel's room the week of January 27th.

Senior pictures are due March 1st for the yearbook. Please have your photographers send them directly to Mrs. Allen via email or bring a hard copy to her in room 201.

Attention NHS Applicants: There will be an Applicant-ONLY meeting tomorrow  in Ms. Allen's A/O Rm 208. We will discuss the obligations of membership and the upcoming induction ceremony.

Anyone who will be 18 years old by November 3, 2020 is eligible to vote for candidates only in the upcoming primary election.  The primary election is March 17th. If you are able to vote please stop by Mr. Peters room for a voter registration form. Deadline to register is February 18th. 

This Friday, we will have a FREE spirit bus available for the first 50 students to sign up in the high school office.  Your ride to McDonald and your ticket cost will be covered. Do not sign up unless you are serious about attending.  We have limited space available. Bus will leave promptly at 5:45 p.m.

Attention all Juniors:
You will all be attending an ACT prep seminar on February 3rd at Kent Roosevelt High School. This will be an all day field trip. Please have your permission slip signed and turned  in to Mrs. English or Mrs. DePerro by Thursday, January 30th at the latest. Lunch will not be provided at the seminar, so you will need to either bring a lunch from home, or purchase a to-go lunch from Waterloo before we leave for the trip. This is a great opportunity to improve your ACT score. All Juniors will be expected to attend as the school is covering the cost. This includes Juniors attending Maplewood.  Please see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

Jan 21, 2020

Senior pictures are due March 1st for the yearbook. Please have your photographers send them directly to Mrs. Allen via email or bring a hard copy to her in room 201.

Attention NHS Applicants: There will be an Applicant-ONLY meeting this Thursday 1/23 in Ms. Allen's A/O Rm 208. We will discuss the obligations of membership and the upcoming induction ceremony.

Anyone who will be 18 years old by November 3, 2020 is eligible to vote for candidates only in the upcoming primary election.  The primary election is March 17th. If you are able to vote please stop by Mr. Peters room for a voter registration form. Deadline to register is February 18th. 

This Friday, we will have a FREE spirit bus available for the first 50 students to sign up in the high school office.  Your ride to McDonald and your ticket cost will be covered. Do not sign up unless you are serious about attending.  We have limited space available. Bus will leave promptly at 5:45 p.m.

Attention all Juniors:
You will all be attending an ACT prep seminar on February 3rd at Kent Roosevelt High School. This will be an all day field trip. Please have your permission slip signed and turned  in to Mrs. English or Mrs. DePerro by Thursday, January 30th at the latest. Lunch will not be provided at the seminar, so you will need to either bring a lunch from home, or purchase a to-go lunch from Waterloo before we leave for the trip. This is a great opportunity to improve your ACT score. All Juniors will be expected to attend as the school is covering the cost. This includes Juniors attending Maplewood.  Please see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

Jan 17, 2020

PAC and student council members, remember to turn in your permission slip for the Portage County Youth Leadership Summit to Mrs. DePerro by today in order to participate in the field trip on 1/29.

Senior pictures are due March 1st for the yearbook. Please have your photographers send them directly to Mrs. Allen via email or bring a hard copy to her in room 201.

Come support our Vikings as they take on Springfield tonight. We need your LOUD support!! Plus, we'll have a very special halftime news report from Deagan and Jack that you won't want to miss! It's gonna be a great night! Free tickets are still available in the main office. Grab one on your way out today!

Reminder, there is no school on Monday the 20th and our new semester starts on Tuesday, Jan 21st.


Jan 16, 2020

If you took the PSAT in October please see Mrs. DePerro for your score report.

PAC and student council members, remember to turn in your permission slip for the Portage County Youth Leadership Summit to Mrs. DePerro by tomorrow in order to participate in the field trip on 1/29.

Sophomores, if you are planning on applying to Maplewood but have not done so yet, be sure to fill out the online application as soon as possible. Students are already being placed into programs! See Mrs. DePerro with questions.

Senior pictures are due March 1st for the yearbook. Please have your photographers send them directly to Mrs. Allen via email or bring a hard copy to her in room 201.

Come support our Vikings as they take on Springfield tomorrow. We need your LOUD support!! Springfield has been our only loss this year and we need beat them in our house! Plus, we'll have a very special halftime news report from Deagan and Jack that you won't want to miss! It's gonna be a great night!

Reminder, there is no school on Monday the 20th and our new semester starts on Tuesday, Jan 21st.

Jan 15, 2020

Congratulations to the JV and Boys Basketball teams with their victories over Sebring last night. Come join us on Friday when we take on the Springfield Tigers at home. JV tip-off is at 5:30, Varsity starts at 7. The theme for the game will be a Hawaiian theme. Look for our special halftime report by our own Deagan Foster and Jack Adelman on Facebook live!

If you took the PSAT in October please see Mrs. DePerro for your score report.

PAC and student council members, remember to turn in your permission slip for the Portage County Youth Leadership Summit to Mrs. DePerro by this Friday in order to participate in the field trip on 1/29.

Sophomores, if you are planning on applying to Maplewood but have not done so yet, be sure to fill out the online application as soon as possible. Students are already being placed into programs! See Mrs. DePerro with questions.

Senior pictures are due March 1st for the yearbook. Please have your photographers send them directly to Mrs. Allen via email or bring a hard copy to her in room 201.


Jan 14, 2020

If you took the PSAT in October please see Mrs. DePerro for your score report.

Would you like a free ticket to tonight's boy's basketball game against Sebring?  We had another generous donation to benefit our students! Stop in the HS office and sign up and receive your free ticket!  There are still tickets available. Let's fill the student section to support our Vikings!  The theme for tonight is White-Out.

There will be a student council meeting today during AO to plan Spirit Week. All student council members should attend. We will meet in the media center. 

PAC and student council members, remember to turn in your permission slip for the Portage County Youth Leadership Summit to Mrs. DePerro by Friday 1/17 in order to participate in the field trip on 1/29.

Sophomores, if you are planning on applying to Maplewood but have not done so yet, be sure to fill out the online application as soon as possible. Students are already being placed into programs! See Mrs. DePerro with questions.

Senior pictures are due March 1st for the yearbook. Please have your photographers send them directly to Mrs. Allen via email or bring a hard copy to her in room 201.

Reminder: Exams start tomorrow. Please make sure you have turned in your permission slip which will allow you to only come on the days you have exams and leave early when you are finished. Additionally, there is NO school next Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr Day.

Due to an after school teacher meeting, there will be no detention this afternoon. If you were planning to stay, please make arrangements to go home after school.


Jan 13, 2020

Would you like a free ticket to Tuesday's January 14th boys basketball game against Sebring?  We had another generous donation to benefit our students! Stop in the HS office and sign up and receive your free ticket!  There are 50 tickets available. Let's fill the student section to support our Vikings!  The theme for Tuesday is White-Out.

There will be a student council meeting tomorrow during AO to plan Spirit Week. All student council members should attend. We will meet in the media center. 

PAC and student council members, remember to turn in your permission slip for the Portage County Youth Leadership Summit to Mrs. DePerro by Friday 1/17 in order to participate in the field trip on 1/29.

Sophomores, if you are planning on applying to Maplewood but have not done so yet, be sure to fill out the online application as soon as possible. Students are already being placed into programs! See Mrs. DePerro with questions.

Senior pictures are due March 1st for the yearbook. Please have your photographers send them directly to Mrs. Allen via email or bring a hard copy to her in room 201.

Attn: Ski Club Members

We will be going to Brandywine tonight. The bus will pick us up outside the high school locker room doors at 3:35. Do not be late! If you are staying after school, we will meet in the high school cafeteria to wait for the bus.

Reminder: Exams start Wednesday. Please make sure you have turned in your permission slip which will allow you to only come on the days you have exams and leave early when you are finished. Additionally, there is NO school next Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr Day.


Jan 10, 2020    

Congratulations to our December Pride Card winners:
9th - Noah Hughes
10th - Jacob Kuhns
11th - Emmett Plymale
12th - Lance Diven
Please report to the office after announcements.

Starting Monday January 13th the cafeteria will be selling Iced Lattes. This Friday will be FREE samples during lunch.  So make sure to get a sample of either a Caramel Iced latte or French Vanilla Iced Latte and let the cafeteria staff know if you like them.


The First semester ends next Friday,  Jan 17th. The mid-term exam schedule was handed already. Please stop in the main office if you didn't get your copy or need another one! 

Sophomores, if you are planning on applying to Maplewood but have not done so yet, be sure to fill out the online application as soon as possible. Students are already being placed into programs! See Mrs. DePerro with questions.

Senior pictures are due March 1st for the yearbook. Please have your photographers send them directly to Mrs. Allen via email or bring a hard copy to her in room 201.


Jan 9, 2020

Starting Monday January 13th the cafeteria will be selling Iced Lattes. This Friday will be FREE samples during lunch.  So make sure to get a sample of either a Caramel Iced latte or French Vanilla Iced Latte and let the cafeteria staff know if you like them.


The First semester ends on Jan 17th. The mid-term exam schedule was handed already. Please stop in the main office if you didn't get your copy or need another one! 

Sophomores, if you are planning on applying to Maplewood but have not done so yet, be sure to fill out the online application as soon as possible. Students are already being placed into programs! See Mrs. DePerro with questions.

There will be a short Principal's Advisory Council meeting today with Mrs. DePerro in the media center. There is a field trip planned and she needs to pass out permission slips. Please plan on attending!

Senior pictures are due March 1st for the yearbook. Please have your photographers send them directly to Mrs. Allen via email or bring a hard copy to her in room 201.

The MS football team will be selling used Varsity Football jerseys during lunch on Wednesday for only $5.00 each. There is a great selection of numbers to choose from. All proceeds will be used to buy new uniforms for the MS team.

Attention NHS Officers: There will be an OFFICER-ONLY meeting today 1/09 in Ms. Allen's A/O Rm 208. We will discuss upcoming fundraising, decorations, service opportunities, and induction

Jan 8, 2020

Starting Monday January 13th the cafeteria will be selling Iced Lattes. This Friday will be FREE samples during lunch.  So make sure to get a sample of either a Caramel Iced latte or French Vanilla Iced Latte and let the cafeteria staff know if you like them.


The First semester ends in two weeks on Jan 17th. The mid-term exam schedule was handed out yesterday during AO. Stop in the main office if you didn't get your copy or need another one! 

Sophomores, if you are planning on applying to Maplewood but have not done so yet, be sure to fill out the online application as soon as possible. Students are already being placed into programs! See Mrs. DePerro with questions.

There will be a short Principal's Advisory Council meeting tomorrow with Mrs. DePerro in the media center. There is a field trip planned and she needs to pass out permission slips. Please plan on attending!

Senior pictures are due March 1st for the yearbook. Please have your photographers send them directly to Mrs. Allen via email or bring a hard copy to her in room 201.

Pep Club will meet today after school.

The MS football team will be selling used Varsity Football jerseys during lunch on Wednesday for only $5.00 each. There is a great selection of numbers to choose from. All proceeds will be used to buy new uniforms for the MS team.

Attention NHS Officers: There will be an OFFICER-ONLY meeting this Thursday 1/09 in Ms. Allen's A/O Rm 208. We will discuss upcoming fundraising, decorations, service opportunities, and induction

Jan 7, 2020

The First semester ends in two weeks on Jan 17th. The mid-term exam schedule will be handed out during AO today. 

Sophomores, if you are planning on applying to Maplewood but have not done so yet, be sure to fill out the online application as soon as possible. Students are already being placed into programs! See Mrs. DePerro with questions.

There will be a short Principal's Advisory Council meeting on Thursday with Mrs. DePerro in the media center. There is a field trip planned and she needs to pass out permission slips. Please plan on attending!

Senior pictures are due March 1st for the yearbook. Please have your photographers send them directly to Mrs. Allen via email or bring a hard copy to her in room 201.

Pep Club will meet Wednesday after school this week.

The MS football team will be selling used Varsity Football jerseys during lunch on Wednesday for only $5.00 each. There is a great selection of numbers to choose from. All proceeds will be used to buy new uniforms for the MS team.


Jan 6, 2020

Welcome back Vikings! We hope you all had a restful but fun break and are ready to get right back at it to finish off the semester on a positive note! First semester ends in two weeks on Jan 17th. The mid-term exam schedule will be handed out during AO this week. 

Sophomores, if you are planning on applying to Maplewood but have not done so yet, be sure to fill out the online application as soon as possible. Students are already being placed into programs! See Mrs. DePerro with questions.

Attention Ski Club Members:

We will be going on our first trip to Brandywine tonight. The bus will pick us up outside the high school locker room doors at 3:35. Do not be late. If you are staying after school, please wait for the bus in the high school cafeteria.



Dec 20, 2019

Attn: Ski Club Members
Our first trip to Brandywine will be Monday January 6th. This is the first day back from Winter Break. The bus will pick us up outside the locker room doors at 3:30. Also club card passes are in! See Mr. Wiles if would like yours to use over break. Do not lose the passes, they are $25 to replace.

On Friday December 27th our boys basketball program will host West Branch.  There will be 3 games that night with the freshmen starting us off at 4:00 followed by the JV and varsity games.  There will also be Chick-Fil-A sandwiches for your dining pleasure.  An anonymous donor has graciously donated 50 student tickets for the game.  Please sign up in the office to receive your free student ticket!

Also over break come out and see our JV and varsity girls basketball in action on Monday, December 23rd vs. Ellet at 5:30 at home.  The girls will also host Akron North on Monday, December 30th at 5:30.


Mrs. Ritchey's art room hall pass was not returned earlier this week. If you have it please return it ASAP. - Thank You

Winter Break runs from Monday, Dec 23rd through Friday, Jan 3rd. We will resume school on Monday, Jan 6th 2020. 

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!!


Dec 19, 2019

Congratulations to January's Vikings of the Month.  
9th grade - Jocelynn McClain
10th grade - Mackenzie Webb
11th grade - Jack Sandel and 
12th grade - Riley Tierney.  
Please see Mrs. Dean today for the information sheet and also please see Mrs. Dennison for your picture.

Attn: Ski Club Members
Our first trip to Brandywine will be Monday January 6th. This is the first day back from Winter Break. The bus will pick us up outside the locker room doors at 3:30. Also club card passes are in! See Mr. Wiles if would like yours to use over break. Do not lose the passes, they are $25 to replace.

On Friday December 27th our boys basketball program will host West Branch.  There will be 3 games that night with the freshmen starting us off at 4:00 followed by the JV and varsity games.  There will also be Chick-Fil-A sandwiches for your dining pleasure.  An anonymous donor has graciously donated 50 student tickets for the game.  Please sign up in the office to receive your free student ticket!

Also over break come out and see our JV and varsity girls basketball in action on Monday, December 23rd vs. Ellet at 5:30 at home.  The girls will also host Akron North on Monday, December 30th at 5:30.


Mrs. Ritchey's art room hall pass was not returned earlier this week. If you have it please return it ASAP. - Thank You

Let's see your Christmas spirit!  Wear your best ugly(favorite) holiday sweater tomorrow! Teachers, join us!


Dec 18, 2019

Let's see your Christmas spirit!  Wear your best ugly(favorite) holiday sweater this Friday!

Dec 17, 2019

Attention Seniors:  The deadline date to order your Cap and Gown is TODAY!  Make sure you go to Josetens.com to get that done!
There will be a quick Principals Advisory Council meeting today in the media center. We will call you down shortly after the period begins.
The theme for tonight's game is ugly holiday sweaters. Enjoy!


Dec 16,2019

Attention Seniors:  The deadline date to order your Cap and Gown is December 17th which is tomorrow!  Make sure you go to Josetens.com to get that done!
The Athletic Booster Club has given the middle school football team permission to sell previously worn varsity football jerseys as a fundraiser for new uniforms and equipment.  The jerseys are available for $10 each and can be seen on the athletic dept's Facebook page.   They will be available to purchase at the boys HS basketball game next Tuesday.
There will be a quick Principals Advisory Council meeting tomorrow in the media center. We will call you down shortly after the period begins.


Dec 13, 2019

Attention Seniors:  The deadline date to order your Cap and Gown is December 17th which is next Tuesday!  Jostens will be here during lunches on December 12th to take orders.  
Come support your Waterloo Baseball team on Sunday Dec. 8th. Stop at the Randolph Subway from 1 to 5 and get a sub! Proceeds will go to the team!
There are 10 tickets left to the basketball game against McDonald on Tuesday. Mrs. English has them in the main office. 
The Athletic Booster Club has given the middle school football team permission to sell previously worn varsity football jerseys as a fundraiser for new uniforms and equipment.  The jerseys are available for $10 each and can be seen on the athletic dept's Facebook page.   They will be available to purchase at the boys HS basketball game next Tuesday.


Dec 12, 2019

Ms. Steel is sending out another order for candy bars in order to raise money for the freshmen class. If you are interested in selling candy bars over Christmas break, please contact Ms. Steel.

Attention Seniors:  The deadline date to order your Cap and Gown is December 17th which is next Tuesday!  Jostens will be here during lunches on December 12th to take orders.  
Remember to sign up for the baseball team subway fundraiser in Mr. Perretta’s room! Also, on Sunday Dec. 8th, stop in the Randolph Subway from 1 to 5 and get a sub! Proceeds will go to the team!
Remember, there is a Principal's Advisory Council Meeting today during AO.  We will make an announcement to remind you. Please plan on attending.

Dec 11, 2019

Ms. Steel is sending out another order for candy bars in order to raise money for the freshmen class. If you are interested in selling candy bars over Christmas break, please contact Ms. Steel.

Attention Seniors:  The deadline date to order your Cap and Gown is December 17th which is next Tuesday!  Jostens will be here during lunches on December 12th to take orders.  
Remember to sign up for the baseball team subway fundraiser in Mr. Perretta’s room! Also, on Sunday Dec. 8th, stop in the Randolph Subway from 1 to 5 and get a sub! Proceeds will go to the team!
Remember, there is a Principal's Advisory Council Meeting tomorrow during AO.  We will make an announcement to remind you. Please plan on attending. Jared will have his famous cookies!

Dec 10, 2019

Congratulations to our Viking Pride card winners for the month of November.
9th grade - Lynsie Grissom
10th grade - Leah Koslosky
11th grade - Taylor Werbeck
12th grade - Abigail Lindsey

Please come to the main office after announcements. 

Ms. Steel is sending out another order for candy bars in order to raise money for the freshmen class. If you are interested in selling candy bars over Christmas break, please contact Ms. Steel.

Attention Seniors:  The deadline date to order your Cap and Gown is December 17th which is next Tuesday!  Jostens will be here during lunches on December 12th to take orders.  
Remember to sign up for the baseball team subway fundraiser in Mr. Perretta’s room! Also, on Sunday Dec. 8th, stop in the Randolph Subway from 1 to 5 and get a sub! Proceeds will go to the team!
And if you get a minute today, please take a quick survey about a basketball theme night on Twitter @eichler_jared. We appreciate your input. 

Dec 9, 2019

Ms. Steel is sending out another order for candy bars in order to raise money for the freshmen class. If you are interested in selling candy bars over Christmas break, please contact Ms. Steel.

Attention Seniors:  The deadline date to order your Cap and Gown is December 17th.  Jostens will be here during lunches on December 12th to take orders.  
Remember to sign up for the baseball team subway fundraiser in Mr. Perretta’s room! Also, on Sunday Dec. 8th, stop in the Randolph Subway from 1 to 5 and get a sub! Proceeds will go to the team!


Dec 6, 2019
The Waterloo Cheerleaders will be hosting "Dinner at the North Pole" on Sat, Dec 7th from 5-7:30pm. Dinner will be served from 5-6pm at Ravenna Church of Christ. There will be games, crafts, a photo booth and pictures with Santa after dinner. The evening will end with sugar cookies, hot cocoa and a story from Santa. All proceeds will benefit Waterloo HS cheerleaders.
Attention Seniors:  The deadline date to order your Cap and Gown is December 17th.  Jostens will be here during lunches on December 12th to take orders.  
Remember to sign up for the baseball team subway fundraiser in Mr. Perretta’s room! Also, on Sunday Dec. 8th, stop in the Randolph Subway from 1 to 5 and get a sub! Proceeds will go to the team!

Sophomores, if you are interested in going to Maplewood next year be sure to submit your online application. Maplewood will begin reviewing them soon, and placing you into your programs.

Buy a student Pre-sale ticket for $2.00 and receive a Waterloo water bottle for free! Tickets can be purchased in the High School and Middle School offices!

The theme for tonight's basketball game is "black out."  

Dec 5, 2019
The Waterloo Cheerleaders will be hosting "Dinner at the North Pole" on Sat, Dec 7th from 5-7:30pm. Dinner will be served from 5-6pm at Ravenna Church of Christ. There will be games, crafts, a photo booth and pictures with Santa after dinner. The evening will end with sugar cookies, hot cocoa and a story from Santa. All proceeds will benefit Waterloo HS cheerleaders.
Attention Seniors:  The deadline date to order your Cap and Gown is December 17th.  Jostens will be here during lunches on December 12th to take orders.  
Remember to sign up for the baseball team subway fundraiser in Mr. Perretta’s room! Also, on Sunday Dec. 8th, stop in the Randolph Subway from 1 to 5 and get a sub! Proceeds will go to the team!

Sophomores, if you are interested in going to Maplewood next year be sure to submit your online application. Maplewood will begin reviewing them soon, and placing you into your programs.

If anyone is interested in selling more candy bars to continue raising money for the freshmen class, please stop in and see Ms. Steel Thursday during A/O.

If anyone is interested in working concessions for both the boys and/or girls basketball games, please see Mrs. Wise today during A/O.  

Buy a student Pre-sale ticket for $2.00 and receive a Waterloo water bottle for free! Tickets can be purchased in the High School and Middle School offices!

The theme for this Friday's boys basketball game is "black out."  
Dec 4, 2019
Congratulations to the Varsity and JV boys basketball teams with their wins over Windham last night. The JV won 47-41 and the Varsity won 71-45. What a great way to start the season! Come out this Friday as the Vikings take on United at home. JV starts at 5:30. Varsity starts at 7pm. 
The Waterloo Cheerleaders will be hosting "Dinner at the North Pole" on Sat, Dec 7th from 5-7:30pm. Dinner will be served from 5-6pm at Ravenna Church of Christ. There will be games, crafts, a photo booth and pictures with Santa after dinner. The evening will end with sugar cookies, hot cocoa and a story from Santa. All proceeds will benefit Waterloo HS cheerleaders.
Attention Seniors:  The deadline date to order your Cap and Gown is December 17th.  Jostens will be here during lunches on December 12th to take orders.  
Remember to sign up for the baseball team subway fundraiser in Mr. Perretta’s room! Also, on Sunday Dec. 8th, stop in the Randolph Subway from 1 to 5 and get a sub! Proceeds will go to the team!

Sophomores, if you are interested in going to Maplewood next year be sure to submit your online application. Maplewood will begin reviewing them soon, and placing you into your programs.

If anyone is interested in selling more candy bars to continue raising money for the freshmen class, please stop in and see Ms. Steel Thursday during A/O.


Dec 3, 2019
Attention Seniors:  The deadline date to order your Cap and Gown is December 17th.  Jostens will be here during lunches on December 12th to take orders.  
Remember to sign up for the baseball team subway fundraiser in Mr. Perretta’s room! Also, on Sunday Dec. 8th, stop in the Randolph Subway from 1 to 5 and get a sub! Proceeds will go to the team!

Sophomores, if you are interested in going to Maplewood next year be sure to submit your online application. Maplewood will begin reviewing them soon, and placing you into your programs.

Any students who took candy bars to sell for the freshmen class, please bring in and return your money to Ms. Steel.

Nov 26, 2019

Remember to sign up for the baseball team subway fundraiser in Mr. Perretta’s room! Also, on Sunday Dec. 8th, stop in the Randolph Subway from 1 to 5 and get a sub! Proceeds will go to the team!
Just a reminder for all baseball players who have attended lifting. There is no lifting next Monday, December 2nd, since there is no school

The Salvation Army serving Portage County is looking for bell ringers. The location for ringing the bells will be the Rootstown Giant Eagle Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. If you are interested in these community service hours, please see Mrs. English in the main office for more details.

Sophomores, if you are interested in going to Maplewood next year be sure to submit your online application. Maplewood will begin reviewing them soon, and placing you into your programs

Any students who took candy bars to sell for the freshmen class, please bring in and return your money after Thanksgiving Break if possible or touch base with Ms. Steel where you are with your sales. 

And, as today is the last day before Thanksgiving break, this is a reminder that there is no school starting tomorrow and we do not return to school until next Tuesday, Dec 3rd. Again, Thanksgiving break is from tomorrow, Wed, November 27th through Monday, Dec 2. We return to school on Tuesday, Dec 3rd. Gobble, gobble!

Nov 25, 2019
Remember to sign up for the baseball team subway fundraiser in Mr. Perretta’s room! Also, on Sunday Dec. 8th, stop in the Randolph Subway from 1 to 5 and get a sub! Proceeds will go to the team!
Congratulations to our December's Viking of the Month; 
9th grade - Anthony Podojil
10th grade - Jacob Hall
11th grade - Grace England 
12th grade - Morgan Turner
Please see Mrs. Dean today to pick up the informational sheet.

The Salvation Army serving Portage County is looking for bell ringers. The location for ringing the bells will be the Rootstown Giant Eagle Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. If you are interested in these community service hours, please see Mrs. English in the main office for more details.

Sophomores, if you are interested in going to Maplewood next year be sure to submit your online application. Maplewood will begin reviewing them soon, and placing you into your programs

Any students who took candy bars to sell for the freshmen class, please bring in and return your money after Thanksgiving Break if possible or touch base with Ms. Steel where you are with your sales. 

Nov 22, 2019
Attn: Skiers and snowboarders
If you are planning to join ski club please turn in your payment for transportation, sign up online and turn in your emergency medical form by today. If you need an emergency medical form, they are available in the office or from Mr. Wiles.

The Salvation Army serving Portage County is looking for bell ringers. The location for ringing the bells will be the Rootstown Giant Eagle Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. If you are interested in these community service hours, please see Mrs. English in the main office for more details.

Sophomores, if you are interested in going to Maplewood next year be sure to submit your online application. Maplewood will begin reviewing them soon, and placing you into your programs

Any students who took candy bars to sell for the freshmen class, please bring in and return your money after Thanksgiving Break if possible or touch base with Ms. Steel where you are with your sales. 


Nov 21, 2019
If you are interested in College Credit Plus for next year but you were not able to make the CCP Info Night last month, Mrs. DePerro is hosting an info session for students during AO today.  Please plan on attending if you would like to participate in CCP courses in the 2020-2021 school year.
Attn: Skiers and snowboarders
If you are planning to join ski club please turn in your payment for transportation, sign up online and turn in your emergency medical form by tomorrow. If you need an emergency medical form, they are available in the office or from Mr. Wiles.

Beta Club will be collecting non perishable food items and toiletries through today.  All donated items will be used to help our local community.  Please bring cans and toiletries to your first period teacher.

The Salvation Army serving Portage County is looking for bell ringers. The location for ringing the bells will be the Rootstown Giant Eagle Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. If you are interested in these community service hours, please see Mrs. English in the main office for more details.

Sophomores, if you are interested in going to Maplewood next year be sure to submit your online application. Maplewood will begin reviewing them soon, and placing you into your programs

Any students who took candy bars to sell for the freshmen class, please bring in and return your money after Thanksgiving Break if possible or touch base with Ms. Steel where you are with your sales. 

Nov 20,2019

If you are interested in College Credit Plus for next year but you were not able to make the CCP Info Night last month, Mrs. DePerro is hosting an info session for students during AO tomorrow.  Please plan on attending if you would like to participate in CCP courses in the 2020-2021 school year.
Attn: Skiers and snowboarders
If you are planning to join ski club please turn in your payment for transportation, sign up online and turn in your emergency medical form by this Friday. If you need an emergency medical form, they are available in the office or from Mr. Wiles.

Beta Club will be collecting non perishable food items and toiletries through tomorrow..  All donated items will be used to help our local community.  Please bring cans and toiletries to your first period teacher.

There is a sign up sheet in the office to write down different theme ideas for boys basketball games.  You can also sign up to help decorate. 

The Blood Drive is today from 8am to 12:30 pm. Please make sure you report to first period class for attendance purposes and  know if you are working or donating so you can get any work you might miss from your teachers.

The Salvation Army serving Portage County is looking for bell ringers. The location for ringing the bells will be the Rootstown Giant Eagle Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. If you are interested in these community service hours, please see Mrs. English in the main office for more details.

Nov 19, 2019
If you are interested in College Credit Plus for next year but you were not able to make the CCP Info Night last month, Mrs. DePerro is hosting an info session for students during AO this Thursday 11/21. Please plan on attending if you would like to participate in CCP courses in the 2020-2021 school year.

Attn: Skiers and snowboarders
If you are planning to join ski club please turn in your payment for transportation, sign up online and turn in your emergency medical form by this Friday. If you need an emergency medical form, they are available in the office or from Mr. Wiles.

Beta Club will be collecting non perishable food items and toiletries this Thursday.  All donated items will be used to help our local community.  Please bring cans and toiletries to your first period teacher.

There is a sign up sheet in the office to write down different theme ideas for boys basketball games.  You can also sign up to help decorate. 

The Blood Drive is tomorrow from 8am to 12:30 pm. Please make sure your know if you are working or donating and get any work you might miss from your teachers.

Nov 18, 2019

If you are interested in College Credit Plus for next year but you were not able to make the CCP Info Night last month, Mrs. DePerro is hosting an info session for students during AO this Thursday 11/21. Please plan on attending if you would like to participate in CCP courses in the 2020-2021 school year.

Attn: Skiers and snowboarders
If you are planning to join ski club please turn in your payment for transportation, sign up online and turn in your emergency medical form by this Friday. If you need an emergency medical form, they are available in the office or from Mr. Wiles.

Beta Club will be collecting non perishable food items and toiletries this Thursday.  All donated items will be used to help our local community.  Please bring cans and toiletries to your first period teacher.

There is a sign up sheet in the office to write down different theme ideas for boys basketball games.  You can also sign up to help decorate. 


Nov 15, 2019
If you are interested in College Credit Plus for next year but you were not able to make the CCP Info Night last month, Mrs. DePerro is hosting an info session for students during AO next Thursday 11/21. Please plan on attending if you would like to participate in CCP courses in the 2020-2021 school year.

Attn: Skiers and snowboarders
If you are planning to join ski club please turn in your payment for transportation, sign up online and turn in your emergency medical form by November 22nd. If you need an emergency medical form, they are available in the office or from Mr. Wiles.

Beta Club will be collecting non perishable food items and toiletries until November 21.  All donated items will be used to help our local community.  Please bring cans and toiletries to your first period teacher.

There is a sign up sheet in the office to write down different theme ideas for boys basketball games.  You can also sign up to help decorate. 

Any freshman who turned in a signed permission slip to sell candy, please stop by room 216 today.

Nov 14, 2019

If you are interested in College Credit Plus for next year but you were not able to make the CCP Info Night last month, Mrs. DePerro is hosting an info session for students during AO next Thursday 11/21. Please plan on attending if you would like to participate in CCP courses in the 2020-2021 school year.
Fall Sports Banquet will be tonight @ 6:00 p.m. in the HS cafeteria and gymnasium.

Juniors will enjoy a presentation from a college professor today during AO. He will share some stories with you about the do's and don'ts of your first year of college. All Juniors will attend. 

Attn: Skiers and snowboarders
If you are planning to join ski club please turn in your payment for transportation, sign up online and turn in your emergency medical form by November 22nd. If you need an emergency medical form, they are available in the office or from Mr. Wiles.

Beta Club will be collecting non perishable food items and toiletries until November 21.  All donated items will be used to help our local community.  Please bring cans and toiletries to your first period teacher.

Nov 13, 2019

If you are interested in College Credit Plus for next year but you were not able to make the CCP Info Night last month, Mrs. DePerro is hosting an info session for students during AO on Thursday 11/21. Please plan on attending if you would like to participate in CCP courses in the 2020-2021 school year.

Seniors, there have been many scholarships added to the Guidance website scholarship page recently. Be sure to check the list and apply for any you qualify for!

Fall Sports Banquet will be tomorrow, November 14th @ 6:00 p.m. in the HS cafeteria and gymnasium.

Juniors will enjoy a presentation from a college professor tomorrow during AO. He will share some stories with you about the do's and don'ts of your first year of college. All Juniors will attend. 

Attn: Skiers and snowboarders
If you are planning to join ski club please turn in your payment for transportation, sign up online and turn in your emergency medical form by November 22nd. If you need an emergency medical form, they are available in the office or from Mr. Wiles.


Nov 12, 2019
Seniors, there have been many scholarships added to the Guidance website scholarship page recently. Be sure to check the list and apply for any you qualify for!

Fall Sports Banquet will be  this Thursday, November 14th @ 6:00 p.m. in the HS cafeteria and gymnasium.

There will be a Principal's Advisory Council meeting in the media center tomorrow during AO. Students should report to AO first and then we will call them down.

Juniors will enjoy a presentation from a college professor on Thursday during AO. He will share some stories with you about the do's and don'ts of your first year of college. All Juniors will attend. 

Attn: Skiers and snowboarders
If you are planning to join ski club please turn in your payment for transportation, sign up online and turn in your emergency medical form by November 22nd. If you need an emergency medical form, they are available in the office or from Mr. Wiles.

Please come out to BW3s in Alliance tomorrow to support our Waterloo Football team. Thirty percent of your bill comes back to Waterloo. Eat some wings and support your school. What could be better?

Nov 11, 2019

Today is Veteran's Day. Welcome to all of our area Veterans that are here with us this morning. 

Veterans Day is a time for us to pay our respects to those who have served. For one day, we stand united in respect to our veterans. This holiday started as a day to reflect upon the heroism of those who died in our country's service and was originally called Armistice Day. It fell on Nov. 11 because that is the anniversary of the signing of the Armistice that ended World War I. However, in 1954, the holiday was changed to "Veterans Day" in order to account for all veterans in all wars. We celebrate and honor America's veterans for their patriotism, love of country and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good.

Seniors, there have been many scholarships added to the Guidance website scholarship page recently. Be sure to check the list and apply for any you qualify for!

Fall Sports Banquet will be  this Thursday, November 14th @ 6:00 p.m. in the HS cafeteria and gymnasium.

All Seniors will be participating in our Veteran's Day assembly on this morning. They will report to your room for attendance purposes and then come to the cafeteria to greet our guests and participate in the program. We will make an announcement when they are returning to class. 

There will be a Principal's Advisory Council meeting in the media center tomorrow during AO. Students should report to AO first and then we will call them down.

Juniors will enjoy a presentation from a college professor on Thursday during AO. He will share some stories with you about the do's and dont's of your first year of college. All Juniors will attend. 

Nov 8, 2019

Seniors, there have been many scholarships added to the Guidance website scholarship page recently. Be sure to check the list and apply for any you qualify for!

Fall Sports Banquet will be  next Thursday, November 14th @ 6:00 p.m. in the HS cafeteria and gymnasium.

I know it's hard to believe but seniors, please start thinking about your Senior pictures if you haven't had them take yet. The deadline to submit them to Mrs. Allen for the yearbook is March 1st. You can email them to her or bring an actual picture for her to use. 

All Seniors will be participating in our Veteran's Day assembly on Monday morning. They will report to your room for attendance purposes and then come to the cafeteria to greet our guests and participate in the program. We will make an announcement when they are returning to class. 

Nov 7, 2019

Seniors, there have been many scholarships added to the Guidance website scholarship page recently. Be sure to check the list and apply for any you qualify for!

Winter Sports Parent Meeting will be today, November 7th @ 5:30 p.m. in the HS Gym.

Fall Sports Banquet will be  next Thursday, November 14th @ 6:00 p.m. in the HS cafeteria and gymnasium.

I know it's hard to believe but seniors, please start thinking about your Senior pictures if you haven't had them take yet. The deadline to submit them to Mrs. Allen for the yearbook is March 1st. You can email them to her or bring an actual picture for her to use. 

This week,  as part of Military Appreciation Week, we will host one more themed day! 

Today is Stars and Stripes Day- Wear as much red, white and blue as you can!
Tomorrow is Red Day. When a solider is deployed, his/her family wears red every Friday until they return home. Wear red in support of families whose loved ones are currently deployed. 

All Seniors will be participating in our Veteran's Day assembly on Monday morning. They will report to your room for attendance purposes and then come to the cafeteria to greet our guests and participate in the program. We will make an announcement when they are returning to class. 

Nov 6, 2019

Attn:Skiers and snowboarders 

The meeting for ski club members and parents is tonight at 5 in the high school media center. We will go over procedures and how to sign up online. See Mr. Wiles with questions. 


Seniors, there have been many scholarships added to the Guidance website scholarship page recently. Be sure to check the list and apply for any you qualify for!

Winter Sports Parent Meeting will be tomorrow, November 7th @ 5:30 p.m. in the HS Gym.

Fall Sports Banquet will be  next Thursday, November 14th @ 6:00 p.m. in the HS cafeteria and gymnasium.

I know it's hard to believe but seniors, please start thinking about your Senior pictures if you haven't had them take yet. The deadline to submit them to Mrs. Allen for the yearbook is March 1st. You can email them to her or bring an actual picture for her to use. 

This week,  as part of Military Appreciation Week, we will host a few themed dress days! 

Today is Camo Day or Armed Forces Day

Tomorrow is Stars and Stripes Day - Wear as much red, white and blue as you can!
Friday is Red Day. When a solider is deployed, his/her family wears red every Friday until they return home. Wear red in support of families whose loved ones are currently deployed. 

Pep club will meet today after school only.

Did you know that the words camouflage is a borrowed French word meaning to veil or disguise. Camouflage was extensively developed by the French during World War I, and then soon followed by other armies as well.
The art of camouflage in practice means applying color and materials to military equipment of all kinds, including vehicles, ships, aircraft, gun positions and battledress,either to conceal it from observation or to make it appear as something else.
Camouflage patterns have appeared in the work of artists such as Andy Warhol and Ian HamiltonIn fashion, many major designers have exploited camouflage's style andsymbolism, and military clothing or imitations of it have been used both as street wear and as a symbol of political protest. Camo has been being worn communicating both supportive and anti-war messages .Some have wrestled with the idea of the popularity of camo in the fashion world but another author says  “Though veterans wear camouflage in battle, they shouldn’t be invisible whenthey return home. Whenever I see the pattern, it reminds me of my friends; I remember their service and their sacrifice. I realize now that wearing the pattern as a civilian doesn't have to be stolen valor. It can be an act of remembrance.”

Nov 5, 2019

Seniors, there have been many scholarships added to the Guidance website scholarship page recently. Be sure to check the list and apply for any you qualify for!

Winter Sports Parent Meeting will be this Thursday, November 7th @ 5:30 p.m. in the HS Gym.

Fall Sports Banquet will be  next Thursday, November 14th @ 6:00 p.m. in the HS cafeteria and gymnasium.

I know it's hard to believe but seniors, please start thinking about your Senior pictures if you haven't had them take yet. The deadline to submit them to Mrs. Allen for the yearbook is March 1st. You can email them to her or bring an actual picture for her to use. 

For all students interested in playing baseball. There will be a short meeting during AO today in Mr. Perretta’s room, to pass out the winter workout and open gym schedule.

The Girls' Basketball team is playing in a Foundation Game on Tuesday, November 19th at Newton Falls High School.  A Foundation Game is played to benefit someone in need.  Currently one of the Newton Falls girls basketball players', Chloe Downing, is battling EDS.  Members of the Lady Vikings Basketball team are partnering with Newton Falls by selling t-shirts through tomorrow, November 6th.  You may contact any member of the basketball team to order a shirt to "Help Us Help Chloe"

Today,  during A/O, students that are in Pep Club, Student Council, Quiz Bowl and Principals Advisory Council  will be called down to the gym for pictures for the yearbook. We will make an announcement calling you down at the start of A/O Tuesday. 


This week,  as part of Military Appreciation Week, we will host a few themed dress days! 

Today is election day. We hope you have your Waterloo gear on showing support for our school. Make sure, when you get home today, you ask your parents if they went out to vote. If not, tell them they still have time! Get to the polls and support our school!
Tomorrow is Camo Day or Armed Forces Day. If you have camo, wear it head to toe. If you have a shirt or hoodie with any other military branch on it, wear it!
Thursday is Stars and Stripes Day - Wear as much red, white and blue as you can!
Friday is Red Day. When a solider is deployed, his/her family wears red every Friday until they return home. Wear red in support of families whose loved ones are currently deployed. 

Pep club will meet Wednesday after school. Only Wednesday this week.

Nov 4, 2019
Seniors, there have been many scholarships added to the Guidance website scholarship page recently. Be sure to check the list and apply for any you qualify for!

Waterloo High School cares about its military and their families and this is just one small way we can show that. Please support our efforts and our troops!

Winter Sports Parent Meeting will be Thursday, November 7th @ 5:30 p.m. in the HS Gym.

Fall Sports Banquet will be Thursday, November 14th @ 6:00 p.m. in the HS cafeteria and gymnasium.

I know it's hard to believe but seniors, please start thinking about your Senior pictures if you haven't had them take yet. The deadline to submit them to Mrs. Allen for the yearbook is March 1st. You can email them to her or bring an actual picture for her to use. 

For all students interested in playing baseball. There will be a short meeting during AO tomorrow, in Mr. Perretta’s room, to pass out the winter workout and open gym schedule.

The Girls' Basketball team is playing in a Foundation Game on Tuesday, November 19th at Newton Falls High School.  A Foundation Game is played to benefit someone in need.  Currently one of the Newton Falls girls basketball players', Chloe Downing, is battling EDS.  EDS attacks the muscles, connective tissue and blood vessels of the body..  Members of the Lady Vikings Basketball team are partnering with Newton Falls by selling t-shirts through November 6th.  You may contact any member of the basketball team to order a shirt to "Help Us Help Chloe

Come and support the band at their End of Season Concert tonight  at 7:00pm in the high school gym.

Picture Retake Day will be tomorrow November 5th.  Order forms are available in the office.

Tomorrow,  during A/O, students that are in Pep Club, Student Council, Quiz Bowl and Principals Advisory Council  will be called down to the gym for pictures for the yearbook. We will make an announcement calling you down at the start of A/O Tuesday. 


This week,  as part of Military Appreciation Week, we will host a few themed dress days! 
Tuesday, election day, please wear any Waterloo gear you have to show support for our school and then go home and make sure your parents have made it to the polls! We need everyone's support!
Wed is Camo Day or Armed Forces Day. If you have camo, wear it head to toe. If you have a shirt or hoodie with any other military branch on it, wear it!
Thursday is Stars and Stripes Day - Wear as much red, white and blue as you can!
Friday is Red Day. When a solider is deployed, his/her family wears red every Friday until they return home. Mrs. Ritchey's husband, Dan is currently deployed so we are wearing red in support of her and her family. 

Have you ever seen a yellow ribbon displayed and wondered what does it mean? Since the Gulf war in the early 1990’s Americans have displayed yellow ribbons in support of military members overseas.  In the early 2000’s, yellow ribbons were visable across the country as many U.S. families awaited the return of their loved ones from overseas deployments during military operations such as Operation Iraqi freedom. At that time yellow ribbons could be seen on car bumpers, front doors, mailboxes, tied around tree trunks, or worn as jewelry. You may see someone you know displaying yellow ribbon currently as there are many families from Ohio that may have a soldier overseas at this time. 

Though this tradition has been used in support of deployed military members over the past several of decades the tradition of displaying a yellow ribbon ribbon to visually communicate waiting for a loved one, or welcoming a loved one home is a notion that is centuries old. “She wore a yellow ribbon” is song/poem at least four-hundred years old and refers to a young woman who is facing a trial as she waits for her beloved to return.  “She wore a yellow ribbon round her neck” is a popular marching song in the United States military. The song inspired a 1949 film by the same title, and has been re-written and performed in various ways since. In the 1970’s “Tie a ribbon around the old oak tree” was a son that was popular towards the end of the Vietnam war, in which a man asks his beloved to tie a ribbon around the old oak tree to signify if she still loves him and welcomes him home. So next time you see a yellow ribbon know that it means that someone is  waiting, praying, hoping, and longing for their soldier to come home. 

Today your home room teacher has been given yellow ribbons for you to take and wear in support of someone that you may know who is waiting for a loved one or soldier to return. Feel free to personalize your ribbon by adding someone's name or decorating them to wear today. Please also respectfully keep in mind and pray for if you’d like those families who have worn a yellow ribbon, but did not have the opportunity to see or hold their soldier once more. Today we would like to remember and honor Ashley White as one of those soldiers.


October 31, 2019

Happy Halloween!!

The Girls' Basketball team is playing in a Foundation Game on Tuesday, November 19th at Newton Falls High School.  A Foundation Game is played to benefit someone in need.  Currently one of the Newton Falls girls basketball players', Chloe Downing, is battling EDS.  EDS attacks the muscles, connective tissue and blood vessels of the body..  Members of the Lady Vikings Basketball team are partnering with Newton Falls by selling t-shirts through November 6th.  You may contact any member of the basketball team to order a shirt to "Help Us Help Chloe.

Presale tickets for Saturday's senior night football game are on sale in the office.  Tickets are $4 for students and $6 for adults.

Freshmen, if you are planning on selling candy bars in order to raise money for the freshmen class, please get the permission slips in to Ms. Steel by tomorrow!

Come and support the band at their End of Season Concert, on November 4th at 7:00pm in the high school gym.

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. That's tomorrow!! Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! 

Attn: Skiers and Snowboarders or students who think learning to ski or snowboard sounds fun. It is time for Waterloo Ski Club to start again. The club is open to all experience levels. This club is super fun and a way to actually enjoy our snowy winters. Information packets are available in the office and there will be an informational meeting on November 6th at 5pm in the high school media center. Come shred it with us.

Did someone say Chipotle? Support the Freshman Class on Sat, Nov 2nd between 4 and 8 pm at the Chipotle in Alliance. A portion of the proceeds go directly to the Class of 2023.

Picture Retake Day will be next Tuesday November 5th.  Order forms are available in the office.

Attention interested NHS applicants: Don't forget all application materials are due to Miss Allen by tomorrow.  This includes the recommendations, service hours, and essay. Please see Miss Allen in Room 208 if you have questions about any of the application documents or procedures. 

Next Tuesday, during A/O, students that are in Pep Club, Student Council, Quiz Bowl and Principals Advisory Council  will be called down to the gym for pictures for the yearbook. We will make an announcement calling you down at the start of A/O Tuesday. 

There will be a sign on the cafeteria to sign if you would like to write a message to our Veterans. They will be here Monday, Nov 11th. Take a minute to thank them for their service. 



October 30, 2019

We are painting car windows in support of our upcoming school levy. There is a sign up sheet in the main office. Let us know by the end of the day if you are interested. Windows will be painted on Thursday during AO. 

Presale tickets for Saturday's senior night football game are on sale in the office.  Tickets are $4 for students and $6 for adults.

Freshmen, if you are planning on selling candy bars in order to raise money for the freshmen class, please get the permission slips in to Ms. Steel by Friday.

Come and support the band at their End of Season Concert, on November 4th at 7:00pm in the high school gym.

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. That's this Friday!! Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! 

Attn: Skiers and Snowboarders or students who think learning to ski or snowboard sounds fun. It is time for Waterloo Ski Club to start again. The club is open to all experience levels. This club is super fun and a way to actually enjoy our snowy winters. Information packets are available in the office and there will be an informational meeting on November 6th at 5pm in the high school media center. Come shred it with us.

Did someone say Chipotle? Support the Freshman Class this Sat, Nov 2nd between 4 and 8 pm at the Chipotle in Alliance. A portion of the proceeds go directly to the Class of 2023.

Picture Retake Day will be next Tuesday November 5th.  Order forms are available in the office.

Attention interested NHS applicants: Don't forget all application materials are due to Miss Allen by this Friday 11/1. This includes the recommendations, service hours, and essay. Please see Miss Allen in Room 208 if you have questions about any of the application documents or procedures. 

Dressing up for Halloween will occur tomorrow. Please make sure your costumes are school appropriate. No masks, no paint that makes your face unrecognizable, no weapons and nothing offensive. If you have a question, please ask in advance so you are not sent home to change.  Teachers, please join in the fun! We will judge costumes at lunch and hand out prizes during AO that day! There will also be a short parade of costumed students near the end of AO. The little kids want to see you all dressed up!

Next Tuesday, during A/O, students that are in Pep Club, Student Council, Quiz Bowl and Principals Advisory Council  will be called down to the gym for pictures for the yearbook. We will make an announcement calling you down at the start of A/O Tuesday. 


October 29, 2019

Congratulations to our Vikings of the Month for November!  
9th grade - Shyann Myers 
10th grade - Makayla Kachner
11th grade - Michael DuPlaga 
12th grade - Nate Wise.
Please Mrs. Dean for the information sheet and Mrs. Dennison for pictures today.

Presale tickets for Saturday's senior night football game are on sale in the office.  Tickets are $4 for students and $6 for adults.

Freshmen, if you are planning on selling candy bars in order to raise money for the freshmen class, please get the permission slips in to Ms. Steel by Nov. 1st. 

Come and support the band at their End of Season Concert, on November 4th at 7:00pm in the high school gym.

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. That's this Friday!! Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! 

Attn: Skiers and Snowboarders or students who think learning to ski or snowboard sounds fun. It is time for Waterloo Ski Club to start again. The club is open to all experience levels. This club is super fun and a way to actually enjoy our snowy winters. Information packets are available in the office and there will be an informational meeting on November 6th at 5pm in the high school media center. Come shred it with us.

Did someone say Chipotle? Support the Freshman Class this Sat, Nov 2nd between 4 and 8 pm at the Chipotle in Alliance. A portion of the proceeds go directly to the Class of 2023.

Picture Retake Day will be next Tuesday November 5th.  Order forms are available in the office.

Maplewood students: If you are interested in attending our Military Appreciation Week kick-off assembly, please complete a purple form and get it to Mrs. Sandel to sign. Mr. Negron will also be around next week to pick them up from you if needed. You must have your own transportation. The assembly is Friday, Nov. 1st. We would love to have as many of you as we can to participate in our Interservice competition! Come join us!

Attention interested NHS applicants: Don't forget all application materials are due to Miss Allen by this Friday 11/1. This includes the recommendations, service hours, and essay. Please see Miss Allen in Room 208 if you have questions about any of the application documents or procedures. 

Dressing up for Halloween will occur this Thursday, October 31st. Please make sure your costumes are school appropriate. No masks, no paint that makes your face unrecognizable, no weapons and nothing offensive. If you have a question, please ask in advance so you are not sent home to change.  Teachers, please join in the fun! We will judge costumes at lunch and hand out prizes during AO that day!



October 28, 2019

The Waterloo Viking Marching Machine competed at the Ohio Music Education Association's New Philadelphia Competition this past Saturday, 10/26, and received an overall Excellent rating. This is a wonderful accomplishment and a true testament to their hard work and effort this season. The percussion section received a "Best in Class" rating, outscoring 6 other bands in their class.

Congratulations to the band on a wonderful performance! Finally, come and support the band at their End of Season Concert, on November 4th at 7:00pm in the high school gym.

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. That's this Friday!! Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! 

Attn: Skiers and Snowboarders or students who think learning to ski or snowboard sounds fun. It is time for Waterloo Ski Club to start again. The club is open to all experience levels. This club is super fun and a way to actually enjoy our snowy winters. Information packets are available in the office and there will be an informational meeting on November 6th at 5pm in the high school media center. Come shred it with us.

Did someone say Chipotle? Support the Freshman Class this Sat, Nov 2nd between 4 and 8 pm at the Chipotle in Alliance. A portion of the proceeds go directly to the Class of 2023.

Picture Retake Day will be next Tuesday November 5th.  Order forms are available in the office.

Maplewood students: If you are interested in attending our Military Appreciation Week kick-off assembly, please complete a purple form and get it to Mrs. Sandel to sign. Mr. Negron will also be around next week to pick them up from you if needed. You must have your own transportation. The assembly is Friday, Nov. 1st. We would love to have as many of you as we can to participate in our Interservice competition! Come join us!

Attention interested NHS applicants: Don't forget all application materials are due to Miss Allen by this Friday 11/1. This includes the recommendations, service hours, and essay. Please see Miss Allen in Room 208 if you have questions about any of the application documents or procedures. 

Dressing up for Halloween will occur this Thursday, October 31st. Please make sure your costumes are school appropriate. No masks, no paint that makes your face unrecognizable, no weapons and nothing offensive. If you have a question, please ask in advance so you are not sent home to change.  Teachers, please join in the fun! We will judge costumes at lunch and hand out prizes during AO that day!


October 25, 2019

The Waterloo Viking Marching Machines are competing at the New Philadelphia High School OMEA competition tomorrow at 4:15 PM! Please come out and support their rendition of Carñaval!

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. That's next Friday!! Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! 

Attn: Skiers and Snowboarders or students who think learning to ski or snowboard sounds fun. It is time for Waterloo Ski Club to start again. The club is open to all experience levels. This club is super fun and a way to actually enjoy our snowy winters. Information packets are available in the office and there will be an informational meeting on November 6th at 5pm in the high school media center. Come shred it with us.

Did someone say Chipotle? Support the Freshman Class next Sat, Nov 2nd between 4 and 8 pm at the Chipotle in Alliance. A portion of the proceeds go directly to the Class of 2023.

Picture Retake Day will be Tuesday November 5th.  Order forms are available in the office.

Maplewood students: If you are interested in attending our Military Appreciation Week kick-off assembly, please complete a purple form and get it to Mrs. Sandel to sign. Mr. Negron will also be around next week to pick them up from you if needed. You must have your own transportation. The assembly is Friday, Nov. 1st. We would love to have as many of you as we can to participate in our Interservice competition! Come join us!

Attention interested NHS applicants: Don't forget all application materials are due to Miss Allen by next Friday 11/1. This includes the recommendations, service hours, and essay. Please see Miss Allen in Room 208 if you have questions about any of the application documents or procedures. 

Dressing up for Halloween will occur on Thursday, October 31st. Please make sure your costumes are school appropriate. No masks, no paint that makes your face unrecognizable, no weapons and nothing offensive. If you have a question, please ask in advance so you are not sent home to change.  Teachers, please join in the fun! We will judge costumes at lunch and hand out prizes during AO that day!


October 24, 2019

The Waterloo Viking Marching Machines are competing at the New Philadelphia High School OMEA competition this Saturday October 26 at 4:15 PM! Please come out and support their rendition of Carñaval!

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. That's next Friday!! Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! 

Attn: Skiers and Snowboarders or students who think learning to ski or snowboard sounds fun. It is time for Waterloo Ski Club to start again. The club is open to all experience levels. This club is super fun and a way to actually enjoy our snowy winters. Information packets are available in the office and there will be an informational meeting on November 6th at 5pm in the high school media center. Come shred it with us.

Did someone say Chipotle? Support the Freshman Class this Sat, Nov 2nd between 4 and 8 pm at the Chipotle in Alliance. A portion of the proceeds go directly to the Class of 2023.

Picture Retake Day will be Tuesday November 5th.  Order forms are available in the office.

Anyone interested in joining Quiz Bowl this year, we will have our first practice today after school in Mr. Drugan's room.  Practice will last until 4:15, please have your rides ready to pick you up at that time.

Maplewood students: If you are interested in attending our Military Appreciation Week kick-off assembly, please complete a purple form and get it to Mrs. Sandel to sign. Mr. Negron will also be around next week to pick them up from you if needed. You must have your own transportation. The assembly is Friday, Nov. 1st. We would love to have as many of you as we can to participate in our Interservice competition! Come join us!

Attention interested NHS applicants: Don't forget all application materials are due to Miss Allen by next Friday 11/1. This includes the recommendations, service hours, and essay. Please see Miss Allen in Room 208 if you have questions about any of the application documents or procedures. 

Dressing up for Halloween will occur on Thursday, October 31st. Please make sure your costumes are school appropriate. No masks, no paint that makes your face unrecognizable, no weapons and nothing offensive. If you have a question, please ask in advance so you are not sent home to change.  Teachers, please join in the fun! We will judge costumes at lunch and hand out prizes during AO that day!


October 23, 2019
Good luck to our Lady Vikings as they travel to Salem tonight for 2nd round tournament play for volleyball! Let's bring home the win!

Sophomores, the Maplewood field trip is November 6th! Please turn in your signed field trip permission forms to Mrs. DePerro by November 1st in order to participate. Extra copies are available in the Guidance Office. You will be visiting two vocational programs of your choice. Don't miss out on this fun opportunity to see what it's like at Maplewood Career Center!

The Waterloo Viking Marching Machines are competing at the New Philadelphia High School OMEA competition this Saturday October 26 at 4:15 PM! Please come out and support their rendition of Carñaval!

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. That's next Friday!! Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! 

Attn: Skiers and Snowboarders or students who think learning to ski or snowboard sounds fun. It is time for Waterloo Ski Club to start again. The club is open to all experience levels. This club is super fun and a way to actually enjoy our snowy winters. Information packets are available in the office and there will be an informational meeting on November 6th at 5pm in the high school media center. Come shred it with us.

I put double meat in my burrito and stuff it with so many other toppings that they have to double wrap it. How about you? Support the Freshman Class this Sat, Nov 2nd between 4 and 8 pm at the Chipotle in Alliance. A portion of the proceeds go directly to the Class of 2023.

Picture Retake Day will be Tuesday November 5th.  Order forms are available in the office.

Anyone interested in joining Quiz Bowl this year, we will have our first practice on Thursday after school in Mr. Drugan's room.  Practice will last until 4:15, please have your rides ready to pick you up at that time.

Maplewood students: If you are interested in attending our Military Appreciation Week kick-off assembly, please complete a purple form and get it to Mrs. Sandel to sign. Mr. Negron will also be around next week to pick them up from you if needed. You must have your own transportation. The assembly is Friday, Nov. 1st. We would love to have as many of you as we can to participate in our Interservice competition! Come join us!

Attention interested NHS applicants: Don't forget all application materials are due to Miss Allen by next Friday 11/1. This includes the recommendations, service hours, and essay. Please see Miss Allen in Room 208 if you have questions about any of the application documents or procedures. 

Dressing up for Halloween will occur on Thursday, October 31st. Please make sure your costumes are school appropriate. No masks, no paint that makes your face unrecognizable, no weapons and nothing offensive. If you have a question, please ask in advance so you are not sent home to change.  Teachers, please join in the fun! We will judge costumes at lunch and hand out prizes during AO that day!


October 22, 2019

There will be a spirit bus going to Salem tomorrow for 2nd round tournament play for volleyball. Students, you will still need to purchase your ticket to get in the game. 
There is a sign-up sheet in the main office. 

Sophomores, the Maplewood field trip is November 6th! Please turn in your signed field trip permission forms to Mrs. DePerro by November 1st in order to participate. Extra copies are available in the Guidance Office. You will be visiting two vocational programs of your choice. Don't miss out on this fun opportunity to see what it's like at Maplewood Career Center!

The Waterloo Viking Marching Machines are competing at the New Philadelphia High School OMEA competition this Saturday October 26 at 4:15 PM! Please come out and support their rendition of Carñaval!

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. That's next Friday!! Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! 

Attn: Skiers and Snowboarders or students who think learning to ski or snowboard sounds fun. It is time for Waterloo Ski Club to start again. The club is open to all experience levels. This club is super fun and a way to actually enjoy our snowy winters. Information packets are available in the office and there will be an informational meeting on November 6th at 5pm in the high school media center. Come shred it with us.

Waterloo is hosting a Financial Aid Information Night during Parent/Teacher conferences on November 7th, from 6-7pm. A representative from Kent State University will be speaking regarding all aspects of financial aid, and how to apply for it. This information will be useful for Juniors or Seniors who plan on attending any college, and parents are welcome to attend. Please see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

Cheese, cheese, and more cheese please on top of my burrito bowl! Go support the Freshman Class this Sat, Nov 2nd between 4 and 8 pm at the Chipotle in Alliance and order whatever you prefer. A portion of the proceeds go directly to the Class of 2023.

Tomorrow Waterloo will be observing Unity Day. This is a day to celebrate kindness, acceptance and inclusion. We would like everyone to wear orange tomorrow in observance of Unity Day, to support bullying prevention. Students who experience bullying often don’t tell anyone. If you know someone being bullied, let them know you care by encouraging them to talk about their experiences. Your goal doesn’t need to be fixing the problem; instead, focus on letting them express their story and their emotions.

You can listen without judgment, ask questions that allow them to talk through the story and their emotions, help them think through how they can tell others about their experience, and support them when they reach out to a parent or other trusted adult. If you ever have concerns about bullying at Waterloo, please tell a trusted adult, or call Waterloo’s Bullying Hotline, which is listed on our school website.


There will be a Girls' Basketball organizational meeting today after school in the media center.

Picture Retake Day will be Tuesday November 5th.  Order forms are available in the office.

Any freshmen, not just freshmen leaders, please come to Ms. Steel's room today during A/O if you are interested in selling candy bars in order to raise money for the freshmen class. This will raise money for future events and prom for the class of 2023.

Anyone interested in joining Quiz Bowl this year, we will have our first practice on Thursday after school in Mr. Drugan's room.  Practice will last until 4:15, please have your rides ready to pick you up at that time.

Congratulations to our Pride Card winners for September: Please report to main office immediately following announcements.

9 - Rebecca Stump

10 - Chelsi Williamson

11 - Ethan Wise

12 - Kyle Ames

Maplewood students: If you are interested in attending our Military Appreciation Week kick-off assembly, please complete a purple form and get it to Mrs. Sandel to sign. Mr. Negron will also be around next week to pick them up from you if needed. You must have your own transportation. The assembly is Friday, Nov. 1st. We would love to have as many of you as we can to participate in our Interservice competition! Come join us!

Attention interested NHS applicants: Don't forget all application materials are due to Miss Allen by next Friday 11/1. This includes the recommendations, service hours, and essay. Please see Miss Allen in Room 208 if you have questions about any of the application documents or procedures. 

Dressing up for Halloween will occur on Thursday, October 31st. Please make sure your costumes are school appropriate. No masks, no paint that makes your face unrecognizable, no weapons and nothing offensive. If you have a question, please ask in advance so you are not sent home to change.  Teachers, please join in the fun! We will judge costumes at lunch and hand out prizes during AO that day!


October 21, 2019

There will be a spirit bus going to Salem this Wednesday, October 23rd for 2nd round tournament play for volleyball. Students, you will still need to purchase your ticket to get in the game. 
There is a sign-up sheet in the main office. 

Sophomores, the Maplewood field trip is November 6th! Please turn in your signed field trip permission forms to Mrs. DePerro by November 1st in order to participate. Extra copies are available in the Guidance Office. You will be visiting two vocational programs of your choice. Don't miss out on this fun opportunity to see what it's like at Maplewood Career Center!

The Waterloo Viking Marching Machines are competing at the New Philadelphia High School OMEA competition this Saturday October 26 at 4:15 PM! Please come out and support their rendition of Carñaval!

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! If you have questions about college-specific scholarships, visit the college's website. If you need a transcript sent to a school, see the Guidance Office.

Waterloo is hosting a Financial Aid Information Night during Parent/Teacher conferences on November 7th, from 6-7pm. A representative from Kent State University will be speaking regarding all aspects of financial aid, and how to apply for it. This information will be useful for Juniors or Seniors who plan on attending any college, and parents are welcome to attend. Please see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

Does your mouth instantly start to water at the mere mention of Chipotle??? Well then, come support the Freshman Class this Sat, Nov 2nd between 4 and 8 pm at the Chipotle in Alliance and order whatever you prefer. A portion of the proceeds go directly to the Class of 2023.

This Wednesday, Waterloo will be observing Unity Day. This is a day to celebrate kindness, acceptance and inclusion. We would like everyone to wear orange on the 23rd in observance of Unity Day, to support bullying prevention. In the United States, more than 20% of students report being bullied. That’s more than one in every five students. They are often scared to go to school. That means those students lose the opportunity to learn. It is every student’s right to feel safe—and be safe—in school. Students who are bullied may also have lower self-esteem, less

self-confidence, increased fear and anxiety, more depression, lower grades, and even suicidal thoughts. It’s not just the targets of bullying who are affected. Students who bully grow up to have a greater risk of getting in trouble with the law. By the age of 25, one in four who have bullied will have spent time in jail. Those who witness bullying often express that they feel less safe at school. Their feelings about seeing the bullying range from anger to guilt to fear, and they often wish they could help but don’t know how.

If you ever have concerns about bullying at Waterloo, please tell a trusted adult, or call Waterloo’s Bullying Hotline, which is listed on our school website.


There will be a Girls' Basketball organizational meeting tomorrow after school in the media center.

Picture Retake Day will be Tuesday November 5th.  Order forms are available in the office.

Any freshmen, not just freshmen leaders, please come to Ms. Steel's room tomorrow during A/O if you are interested in selling candy bars in order to raise money for the freshmen class. This will raise money for future events and prom for the class of 2023.


October 18, 2019

CONGRATULATIONS to the Lady Vikings Volleyball team, as they became Sectional Champions defeating cross town rival Rootstown 3-0 last evening at Salem High School. The Vikings dominated the Rovers over first two sets before being tested in the third and passing with flying colors. Stars for the contest were well……….everyone!! Kyleigh Eddy and Haylee Kachner dominated the middle, Kearstin Coontz, Brooke Waldeck and Grace Gombeda kept Rootstown off balance with their outside power game, while Memory Lyons orchestrated a defensive Gem, and Brooke Twichell ran the offense flawlessly. With their win the Lady Vikings advanced to the district Semi-Finals where they will take on Crestview Columbiana at 7:30 pm at Salem High School Wednesday October 23rd. THE LADY VIKINGS INVITE THE STUDENT BODY TO COME ROCK THE HOUSE, AS A FAN BUS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR NEXT WEDNESDAYS CONTEST. A SIGN UP SHEET WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE ATHLETIC OFFICE.

There will be a Girls' Basketball organizational meeting Tuesday after school in the media center.

Any freshmen, not just freshmen leaders, please come to Ms. Steel's room on Tuesday during A/O if you are interested in selling candy bars in order to raise money for the freshmen class. This will raise money for future events and prom for the class of 2023.

Sophomores, the Maplewood field trip is November 6th! Please turn in your signed field trip permission forms to Mrs. DePerro by November 1st in order to participate. Extra copies are available in the Guidance Office. You will be visiting two vocational programs of your choice. Don't miss out on this fun opportunity to see what it's like at Maplewood Career Center!

The Waterloo Viking Marching Machines are competing at the New Philadelphia High School OMEA competition next Saturday October 26 at 4:15 PM! Please come out and support their rendition of Carñaval!

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! If you have questions about college-specific scholarships, visit the college's website. If you need a transcript sent to a school, see the Guidance Office.

Waterloo is hosting a Financial Aid Information Night during Parent/Teacher conferences on November 7th, from 6-7pm. A representative from Kent State University will be speaking regarding all aspects of financial aid, and how to apply for it. This information will be useful for Juniors or Seniors who plan on attending any college, and parents are welcome to attend. Please see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

Does your mouth instantly start to water at the mere mention of Chipotle??? Well then, come support the Freshman Class on Sat, Nov 2nd between 4 and 8 pm at the Chipotle in Alliance and order whatever you prefer. A portion of the proceeds go directly to the Class of 2023.

On Wednesday, October 23rd Waterloo will be observing Unity Day. This is a day to celebrate kindness, acceptance and inclusion. We would like everyone to wear orange on the 23rd in observance of Unity Day, to support bullying prevention. There are three potential roles in a bullying situation: Targets, or the individuals to whom the behavior is directed, those who bully, or the individuals who are directing the behavior, and witnesses, or the individuals who see or know of the behavior. There is no single characteristic or personality trait that indicates who bullies others, and it’s important to recognize that bullying can happen to anyone. If you ever have concerns about bullying at Waterloo, please tell a trusted adult, or call Waterloo’s Bullying Hotline, which is listed on our school website.


October 17, 2019

The Waterloo Viking Marching Machines are competing at the New Philadelphia High School OMEA competition next Saturday October 26 at 4:15 PM! Please come out and support their rendition of Carñaval!

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! If you have questions about college-specific scholarships, visit the college's website. If you need a transcript sent to a school, see the Guidance Office.

Waterloo is hosting a Financial Aid Information Night during Parent/Teacher conferences on November 7th, from 6-7pm. A representative from Kent State University will be speaking regarding all aspects of financial aid, and how to apply for it. This information will be useful for Juniors or Seniors who plan on attending any college, and parents are welcome to attend. Please see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

Any freshmen interested in doing a fundraiser and raising money for the freshmen class, please come to Ms. Steel's A/O tomorrow.

Are you a chicken, steak, carnitas or all three kind of Chipotle eater??? Well, come support the Freshman Class on Sat, Nov 2nd between 4 and 8 pm at the Chipotle in Alliance and order whatever you prefer. A portion of the proceeds go directly to the Class of 2023.

On Wednesday, October 23rd Waterloo will be observing Unity Day. This is a day to celebrate kindness, acceptance and inclusion. We would like everyone to wear orange on the 23rd in observance of Unity Day, to support bullying prevention. Bullying can take many forms: face to face, whispered comments, notes passed, hurtful

things written on bathroom walls, humiliation in front of a group, gossip and rumors, or telling stories about someone when they’re unable to defend themselves.  Bullying can also happen through social media, texts, and photos shared via phones, tablets, or computers. When technology is used to bully someone, it’s called cyberbullying. Specific instances of cyberbullying include sending mean text messages, making fun of someone’s post, sharing videos, stories, or photos that ridicule or humiliate someone, posting personal information about someone else on the internet, and spreading rumors or gossip. If you ever have concerns about bullying at Waterloo, please tell a trusted adult, or call Waterloo’s Bullying Hotline, which is listed on our school website.


October 16, 2019

The Waterloo Viking Marching Machines are competing at the New Philadelphia High School OMEA competition this Saturday October 26 at 4:15 PM! Please come out and support their rendition of Carñaval!

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! If you have questions about college-specific scholarships, visit the college's website. If you need a transcript sent to a school, see the Guidance Office.

Any freshmen interested in doing a fundraiser and raising money for the freshmen class, please come to Ms. Steel's A/O tomorrow.

Waterloo is hosting a Financial Aid Information Night during Parent/Teacher conferences on November 7th, from 6-7pm. A representative from Kent State University will be speaking regarding all aspects of financial aid, and how to apply for it. This information will be useful for Juniors or Seniors who plan on attending any college, and parents are welcome to attend. Please see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

Want some chips and guac?? Well, come support the Freshman Class on Sat, Nov 2nd between 4 and 8 pm at the Chipotle in Alliance. A portion of the proceeds go directly to the Class of 2023.

The PSAT is being given today in the High School Computer lab from 8:30 to about noon. Please be quiet in the halls in that area, and do not enter the Computer Lab until after the test has concluded. Students who are testing will be called down to the computer lab when it is time.

On Wednesday, October 23rd Waterloo will be observing Unity Day. This is a day to celebrate kindness, acceptance and inclusion. We would like everyone to wear orange on the 23rd in observance of Unity Day, to support bullying prevention. Ohio anti-bullying laws define bullying as: Any intentional written, verbal, electronic, or physical act that a student has exhibited toward another particular student more than once, and the behavior causes mental or physical harm to the other student and is sufficiently severe, persistent, or pervasive that it creates an intimidating, threatening, or abusive educational environment for the other student. If you ever have concerns about bullying at Waterloo, please tell a trusted adult, or call Waterloo’s Bullying Hotline, which is listed on our school website.


October 15, 2019

There are several students who have ordered yearbooks and still need to pick them up. If you are unsure, please check the list on the office door and/or the list outside Mrs. Allen's room. Also, we still have yearbooks for sale for $55 if you are interested. 

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! If you have questions about college-specific scholarships, visit the college's website. If you need a transcript sent to a school, see the Guidance Office.

Any sophomore, junior or senior interested in joining Beta Club please see Mr. Phillips.

Saturday at the Western Reserve cross country meet Shelby White won the girls race and Ethan Wise was 2nd in the boys race!!!

Any freshmen interested in doing a fundraiser and raising money for the freshmen class, please come to Ms. Steel's A/O Thursday during A/O.

Waterloo is hosting a Financial Aid Information Night during Parent/Teacher conferences on November 7th, from 6-7pm. A representative from Kent State University will be speaking regarding all aspects of financial aid, and how to apply for it. This information will be useful for Juniors or Seniors who plan on attending any college, and parents are welcome to attend. Please see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

Hungry for a burrito bowl or are you a double meat, double wrapped straight up burrito kind of person? Well, come support the Freshman Class on Sat, Nov 2nd between 4 and 8 pm at the Chipotle in Alliance. A portion of the proceeds go directly to the Class of 2023.

October 9, 2019
Congratulations to the girls soccer team.Waterloo beat Valley Christian this past Monday night.  Waterloo won 4-2.  Sarah Kidikas scored 4 goals with two assists by Ronnie England and one by Roselynn CoutsWaterloo Girls Soccer plays its final game of the season this Saturday at Southeast High School at 1 pm.  They then will have a post season playoff game on Wednesday, October 16 at 7 pm vs Ursuline at Youngstown State University Soccer Field. 

A new group has formed called the Viking Lawn Crew. We're hoping that this group can help us strengthen our sense of community. We are looking for students who wish to volunteer their time to those who need help raking fall leaves and shoveling winter snow. We are looking for volunteers that consist of Waterloo families, administrators, teachers, students, coaches and athletes. Please sign up in the office if you are interested and we will reach out to you with more details. 

There are several students who have ordered yearbooks and still need to pick them up. If you are unsure, please check the list on the office door and/or the list outside Mrs. Allen's room. Also, we still have yearbooks for sale for $55 if you are interested. 

Mrs. Dennison's 5th period health class will be eating 5C this week. Again, if you are in Mrs. Dennison's 5th period health class, you need to eat during 5C this week only.

This is a short week. There is no school for students on Friday and next Monday!

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! If you have questions about college-specific scholarships, visit the college's website. If you need a transcript sent to a school, see the Guidance Office.


October 8, 2019

A new group has formed called the Viking Lawn Crew. We're hoping that this group can help us strengthen our sense of community. We are looking for students who wish to volunteer their time to those who need help raking fall leaves and shoveling winter snow. We are looking for volunteers that consist of Waterloo families, administrators, teachers, students, coaches and athletes. Please sign up in the office if you are interested and we will reach out to you with more details. 

Parent/Teacher conferences are today(10/8) from 3:30-7:30. Please schedule your conferences through the main office (330.947.2124)

Pep Club will meet after school on Wednesday this week. Students interested in joining are welcome to come. Fee of $30 due after first meeting to participate.

There are several students who have ordered yearbooks and still need to pick them up. If you are unsure, please check the list on the office door and/or the list outside Mrs. Allen's room. Also, we still have yearbooks for sale for $55 if you are interested. 

Mrs. Dennison's 5th period health class will be eating 5C this week. Again, if you are in Mrs. Dennison's 5th period health class, you need to eat during 5C this week only.

This is a short week. There is no school for students on Friday and next Monday!

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! If you have questions about college-specific scholarships, visit the college's website. If you need a transcript sent to a school, see the Guidance Office.

The Waterloo Viking Volleyball team continued its second half dominance as it downed East Palestine 3 sets to one in non-conference play last night. The Viking scoring attack was lead by two Juniors, Kyleigh Eddy and Grace Gombeda, both with season highs, Kyleigh with 16 points and 5 aces and Grace with 12 points. Senior Kearstin Coontz went off for 11 kills, while Senior Brooke Twichell set the table all night tallying 51 assists. Defensively the Viking squad was near perfect recording only 3 serve receive errors, while Senior Memory Lyons recorded 42 digs. The Lady Vikings return to action tonight (SENIOR NIGHT)as they take on Western Reserve at home. Come help us honor our seniors and take down Western Reserve. JV begins at 5:30 Followed by Senior festivities with Varsity to follow. LETS PACK THE HOUSE.

October 7, 2019

Thank you to all who came out to support our Waterloo Homecoming Harvest yesterday. It was a great day of community, fun and lots of food! Thanks again to all who volunteered their time. It was a huge success!

A new group has formed called the Viking Lawn Crew. We're hoping that this group can help us strengthen our sense of community. We are looking for students who wish to volunteer their time to those who need help raking fall leaves and shoveling winter snow. We are looking for volunteers that consist of Waterloo families, administrators, teachers, students, coaches and athletes. Please sign up in the office if you are interested and we will reach out to you with more details. 

Parent/Teacher conferences are tomorrow(10/8) from 3:30-7:30. Please schedule your conferences through the main office (330.947.2124)

Congratulations to our cross country runners. Saturday, at the Jackson Milton cross country meet Ethan Wise finished in 8th place! For the girls Shelby White was 5th and Olivia White  placed 11th.

Mrs. Dennison's 5th period health class will be eating 5C this week. Again, if you are in Mrs. Dennison's 5th period health class, you need to eat during 5C this week only.

This is a short week. There is no school for students on Friday and next Monday!

Seniors, many colleges have a priority deadline of November 1st. Get those college applications submitted this month so you have the opportunity to qualify for their scholarships! If you have questions about college-specific scholarships, visit the college's website. If you need a transcript sent to a school, see the Guidance Office.

October 4, 2019

Congratulations to our 2019 Homecoming King Deagan Foster and our Homecoming Queen Brooke Twichell! There is still time to buy tickets for Homecoming  in the cafeteria during lunch. Tickets are $15 per student. Guest forms must be completed prior to purchasing guest tickets. The dance is this tomorrow.  Doors open at 6:30 and the dance ends at 10:30.

We will be on an AO schedule today since we missed it yesterday. Again, please follow an AO schedule today. 

A new group has formed called the Viking Lawn Crew. We're hoping that this group can help us strengthen our sense of community. We are looking for students who wish to volunteer their time to those who need help raking fall leaves and shoveling winter snow. We are looking for volunteers that consist of Waterloo families, administrators, teachers, students, coaches and athletes. Please sign up in the office if you are interested and we will reach out to you with more details. 

Parent/Teacher conferences are next Tuesday(10/8) from 3:30-7:30. Please schedule your conferences through the main office (330.947.2124)

Student Council members should bring in their Homecoming treats by Friday. Give them to Mr. Negron. Student council members should bring the following:
Freshmen: 2 bags of chips
Sophomores: 2 dozen cookies
Juniors: 2 dozen cookies
Seniors: 1 case of water or one cannister of Koolaid Punch mix (whichever you signed up for)

Pep Club will meet today after school until 5 .  All are welcome to come check us out and help show your school spirit. Club fee of $30 is due after first meeting. 

National Honor Society is selling baked goods during 5A&C lunches. These items are sold for 2 for $1. Enjoy a nice cookie or brownie with your lunch today! For those interested in joining NHS, there will be an informational meeting today during A/O in Miss Allen's room #208. This meeting will cover the obligations of NHS membership and the application process.  

Students who have volunteered to work the Homecoming Harvest, please plan to arrive between 12:30-12:45 on Sunday and wear a Waterloo shirt.  The Harvest will be held, rain or shine!

Do you like trivia? Are you knowledgeable in a variety of topics like sports, math, science, literature and current events? If so, Quiz Bowl is for you! Anyone interested in joining Quiz Bowl, please meet in Mr. Drugan's room during AO today.



October 3, 2019



We will be on an assembly schedule today. All classes will be shortened. When the bell rings at the end of 7th period, please stay put and we will call you down to the gymnasium by class for the Homecoming assembly. Assembly will start at approximately 2pm.

A new group has formed called the Viking Lawn Crew. We're hoping that this group can help us strengthen our sense of community. We are looking for students who wish to volunteer their time to those who need help raking fall leaves and shoveling winter snow. We are looking for volunteers that consist of Waterloo families, administrators, teachers, students, coaches and athletes. Please sign up in the office if you are interested and we will reach out to you with more details. 

Parent/Teacher conferences are next Tuesday(10/8) from 3:30-7:30. Please schedule your conferences through the main office (330.947.2124)

Student Council members should bring in their Homecoming treats by Friday. Give them to Mr. Negron. Student council members should bring the following:
Freshmen: 2 bags of chips
Sophomores: 2 dozen cookies
Juniors: 2 dozen cookies
Seniors: 1 case of water or one cannister of Koolaid Punch mix (whichever you signed up for)

Pep Club will meet tomorrow after school until 5 .  All are welcome to come check us out and help show your school spirit. Club fee of $30 is due after first meeting. 

National Honor Society is selling baked goods during 5A&C lunches. These items are sold for 2 for $1. Enjoy a nice cookie or brownie with your lunch today! For those interested in joining NHS, there will be an informational meeting tomorrow during A/O in Miss Allen's room #208. This meeting will cover the obligations of NHS membership and the application process.  

Students who have volunteered to work the Homecoming Harvest, please plan to arrive between 12:30-12:45 on Sunday and wear a Waterloo shirt.  


Do you like trivia? Are you knowledgeable in a variety of topics like sports, math, science, literature and current events? If so, Quiz Bowl is for you! Anyone interested in joining Quiz Bowl, please meet in Mr. Drugan's room during AO tomorrow.

The themes for spirit week are as follows:

Today - Viking Spirit/bring your tractor to school day
Tomorrow is - Beach Day

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! 

Tickets for Homecoming are on sale in the cafeteria during lunch. Tickets are $15 per student. Guest forms must be completed prior to purchasing guest tickets. The dance is this Sat, Oct 5th.  Doors open at 6:30 and the dance ends at 10:30.

Pre-sale tickets for tonight's homecoming game are available in the main office.

At the cross country league meet on Tuesday Ethan Wise finished in 18th place and was 3rd team, Shelby White was 19th also for 3rd team and Olivia White was 25th!!!


October 2, 2019

Pep Club will meet today and Friday after school until 5 .  All are welcome to come check us out and help show your school spirit. Club fee of $30 is due after first meeting. 

National Honor Society is selling baked goods during 5A&C lunches. These items are sold for 2 for $1. Enjoy a nice cookie or brownie with your lunch today! For those interested in joining NHS, there will be an informational meeting this Friday 10/04 during A/O in Miss Allen's room #208. This meeting will cover the obligations of NHS membership and the application process.  

Students who have volunteered to work the Homecoming Harvest, please plan to arrive between 12:30-12:45 on Sunday and wear a Waterloo shirt.  


Do you like trivia? Are you knowledgeable in a variety of topics like sports, math, science, literature and current events? If so, Quiz Bowl is for you! Anyone interested in joining Quiz Bowl, please meet in Mr. Drugan's room during AO on Friday.

The themes for spirit week are as follows:

Today is Black out (clothing only)
Tomorrow is - Viking Spirit/bring your tractor to school day
Friday - Beach Day

Any freshmen who can stay after to help decorate homecoming risers, we are meeting after school today.

Last night the gym lit up with excitement as the Vikings and Rams locked horns in an epic battle that left the crowd amazed. Bodies flying everywhere balls dancing in the air and crowd so loud players couldn’t hear each other, and school records fell as the Vikings fought to the very end before falling to the 18-1 rams in 5 sets. Seniors Brooke Twichell and Memory Lyons led the way as each broke school records on this historic night. Twichell set her second and third school record of the season scoring 23 service points for the match as well as 14 service points in the third set. Memory on the other hand played on the floor all night and shattered the school record for digs as she recorded 51 for the match. The Vikings thank everyone who turned out to see the magnificent match as your support energizes their play. The Vikings return to action next Monday, when they host East Palestine in a non conference match. JV starts at 5:30 and Varsity first serve 7pm.

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! 

The Waterloo Levy Committee is looking for student volunteers to help work the Homecoming Harvest this Sunday, October 6th.  Please stop in the office to sign up and get community service hours.

Tickets for Homecoming are on sale in the cafeteria during lunch. Tickets are $15 per student. Guest forms must be completed prior to purchasing guest tickets. The dance is this Sat, Oct 5th.  Doors open at 6:30 and the dance ends at 10:30.

Pre-sale tickets for tomorrow night's homecoming game are available in the main office.

The homecoming assembly will be tomorrow at 2pm. We will be on an assembly schedule tomorrow and an AO schedule on Friday. 

October 1, 2019

Congratulations to our October’s Vikings of the Month!
9th grade - Jake Hermann
10th grade - Cole Gabriel
1th grade - Taylor Chaney and 
12th grade- Sam Baranek. 
Please see Mrs. Dennison today to get your picture taken.

Pep Club will meet Wednesday and Friday after school until 5 .  All are welcome to come check us out and help show your school spirit. Club fee of $30 is due after first meeting. 

Junior Kyleigh Eddy had a huge night as the Vikings overpowered conference foe Jackson-Milton last evening 3-0 . Kyleigh scored 8 points, recorded 4 aces, 16 kills and 17 blocked shots as she fed off the noise of the largest crowd of the season. Also playing key roles in the victory were Seniors Haylee Kachner and Brooke Twichell. Haylee led all scorers will 11 points, and added 9 block shots, while Brooke recorded 38 assists. The Lady Vikings need everyone’s support tonight as they take on Conference leader Mineral Ridge at home  tonight. So lets pack the house and get LOUD tonight. Come show your school spirit and help the Vikes knock off the Rams.


We will be voting for Homecoming King and Queen during AO today.

National Honor Society is selling baked goods during 5A&C lunches. These items are sold for 2 for $1. Enjoy a nice cookie or brownie with your lunch today! For those interested in joining NHS, there will be an informational meeting this Friday 10/04 during A/O in Miss Allen's room #208. This meeting will cover the obligations of NHS membership and the application process.  

The themes for spirit week are as follows:

Today is  Tie Dye Day
Tomorrow is Black out (clothing only)
Thursday - Viking Spirit/bring your tractor to school day
Friday - Beach Day

Any freshmen who can stay after to help decorate homecoming risers, we are meeting after school today and tomorrow.

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! 

The Waterloo Levy Committee is looking for student volunteers to help work the Homecoming Harvest this Sunday, October 6th.  Please stop in the office to sign up and get community service hours.

Tickets for Homecoming are on sale in the cafeteria during lunch. Tickets are $15 per student. Guest forms must be completed prior to purchasing guest tickets. The dance is this Sat, Oct 5th.  Doors open at 6:30 and the dance ends at 10:30.

Pre-sale tickets for Thursday night's homecoming game are available in the main office.

The homecoming assembly will be this Thursday at 2pm. We will be on an assembly schedule this Thursday and an AO schedule this Friday. 


September 30, 2019

The themes for spirit week are as follows:
Today- PJ Day 
Tomorrow- Tie Dye Day
Wed - Black out (clothing only)
Thursday - Viking Spirit/bring your tractor to school day
Friday - Beach Day

Any freshmen who can stay after to help decorate homecoming risers, we are meeting after school today, tommorow and Wednesday.

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! 

The Waterloo Levy Committee is looking for student volunteers to help work the Homecoming Harvest this Sunday, October 6th.  Please stop in the office to sign up and get community service hours.

Attention any students who are interested in taking a College Credit Plus course next year: There will be a College Credit Plus information night here at Waterloo tomorrow night,  October 1st, at 6pm.

Tickets for Homecoming are on sale in the cafeteria during lunch. Tickets are $15 per student. Guest forms must be completed prior to purchasing guest tickets. The dance is this Sat, Oct 5th.  Doors open at 6:30 and the dance ends at 10:30.

Pre-sale tickets for Thursday night's homecoming game are available in the main office.

The homecoming assembly will be this Thursday at 2pm. We will be on an assembly schedule this Thursday and an AO schedule this Friday. 

September 27, 2019

The Vikings dismantled the Rockets of Lowellville last night on their way to a 3 set sweep. It began with 10 service aces and half the starting lineup scoring 10 points or more. The Lady Vikes followed that up with a season high 29 blocked shots as the Rockets failed to stop the Vikings. The night belonged to two juniors Grace Gombeda and Kyleigh Eddy as the two combined for 22 service points, 21 kills, and 16 block shots. The Vikings will take on Columbiana at home starting at 1130 am Saturday. Come cheer on the Lady Vikings as they prepare for post season play.

The themes for spirit week are as follows:
Monday - PJ Day (school appropriate)
Tuesday - Tie Dye Day
Wed - Black out (clothing only)
Thursday - Viking Spirit/bring your tractor to school day
Friday - Beach Day

Pep Club will meet today until 5:00 . New members welcome. Help show your Viking Spirit.

Any freshmen who can stay after to help decorate homecoming risers, we are meeting after schoo next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! 

The Waterloo Levy Committee is looking for student volunteers to help work the Homecoming Harvest on October 6th.  Please stop in the office to sign up and get community service hours.

Attention any students who are interested in taking a College Credit Plus course next year: There will be a College Credit Plus information night here at Waterloo next Tuesday, October 1st, at 6pm.

Attention Students: If you would like to go door to door throughout our community and register voters and provide information about Waterloo's Fall levy, please see Mr. Kalail or Mr. Wiles for more information. The outcome of this levy will affect you more than anybody so now is your chance to help. We will be canvasing, as a group, on Sat Sept 28th and Sat Oct 26.  Community service hours are available.

Tickets for Homecoming are on sale in the cafeteria during lunch. Tickets are $15 per student. Guest forms must be completed prior to purchasing guest tickets. The dance is Sat, Oct 5th.  Doors open at 6:30 and the dance ends at 10:30. 

September 26, 2019

Attention NHS members: There will be an Officer-Only meeting today in Ms. Allen's A/O room 208. Members interested in joining the Decor Committee should also attend. 

Pep Club will meet Friday until 5:00 . New members welcome. Help show your Viking Spirit.

Any freshmen who can stay after to help decorate homecoming risers, we are meeting after school today, next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! 

The Waterloo Levy Committee is looking for student volunteers to help work the Homecoming Harvest on October 6th.  Please stop in the office to sign up and get community service hours.

Attention any students who are interested in taking a College Credit Plus course next year: There will be a College Credit Plus information night here at Waterloo next Tuesday, October 1st, at 6pm. Kent State University and Youngstown State University will be there to give you valuable information about the program, and how to apply! Be sure to attend if you are considering taking a CCP course next year. CCP courses earn you both high school and college credit at the same time, and can be taken on a college campus, online, or at the high school.

Attention Students: If you would like to go door to door throughout our community and register voters and provide information about Waterloo's Fall levy, please see Mr. Kalail or Mr. Wiles for more information. The outcome of this levy will affect you more than anybody so now is your chance to help. We will be canvasing, as a group, on Sat Sept 28th and Sat Oct 26.  Community service hours are available.

Tickets for Homecoming are on sale in the cafeteria during lunch. Tickets are $15 per student. Guest forms must be completed prior to purchasing guest tickets. The dance is Sat, Oct 5th.  Doors open at 6:30 and the dance ends at 10:30. 

September 25, 2019

Attention NHS members: There will be an Officer-Only meeting tomorrow in Ms. Allen's A/O room 208. Members interested in joining the Decor Committee should also attend. 

Pep Club will meet today & Friday til 5:00 . New members welcome. Help show your Viking Spirit.

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! 

The Waterloo Levy Committee is looking for student volunteers to help work the Homecoming Harvest on October 6th.  Please stop in the office to sign up and get community service hours.

Attention any students who are interested in taking a College Credit Plus course next year: There will be a College Credit Plus information night here at Waterloo on October 1st, at 6pm. Kent State University and Youngstown State University will be there to give you valuable information about the program, and how to apply! Be sure to attend if you are considering taking a CCP course next year. CCP courses earn you both high school and college credit at the same time, and can be taken on a college campus, online, or at the high school.

Attention Students: If you would like to go door to door throughout our community and register voters and provide information about Waterloo's Fall levy, please see Mr. Kalail or Mr. Wiles for more information. The outcome of this levy will affect you more than anybody so now is your chance to help. We will be canvasing, as a group, on Sat Sept 28th and Sat Oct 26.  Community service hours are available.

Tickets for Homecoming are on sale in the cafeteria during lunch. Tickets are $15 per student. Guest forms must be completed prior to purchasing guest tickets. The dance is Sat, Oct 5th.  Doors open at 6:30 and the dance ends at 10:30. 

September 24, 2019


Sophomore class officers, please meet in Mrs. Klingensmith's room,  room 306, at the start of AO today. You will only be meeting for a few minutes. 

All students will vote for homecoming court during AO today. If you are a senior that leaves prior to AO, please vote in the main office before you leave.

Pep Club will meet tomorrow & Friday til 5:00 . New members welcome. Help show your Viking Spirit.

ALL student council members are to meet for a 10 minute meeting today during AO in Mr Negron's room for Homecoming duty assignments. 

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! 

The Waterloo Levy Committee is looking for student volunteers to help work the Homecoming Harvest on October 6th.  Please stop in the office to sign up and get community service hours.

Attention any students who are interested in taking a College Credit Plus course next year: There will be a College Credit Plus information night here at Waterloo on October 1st, at 6pm. Kent State University and Youngstown State University will be there to give you valuable information about the program, and how to apply! Be sure to attend if you are considering taking a CCP course next year. CCP courses earn you both high school and college credit at the same time, and can be taken on a college campus, online, or at the high school.

Attention Students: If you would like to go door to door throughout our community and register voters and provide information about Waterloo's Fall levy, please see Mr. Kalail or Mr. Wiles for more information. The outcome of this levy will affect you more than anybody so now is your chance to help. We will be canvasing, as a group, on Sat Sept 28th and Sat Oct 26.  Community service hours are available.

Any freshmen that want to help get decorate for homecoming this week, come to Ms. Steel's room after school on Weds. and Thursday. We will be there until 4:30-5:00. Any time you can help will be welcomed. 

Tickets for Homecoming are on sale in the cafeteria during lunch. Tickets are $15 per student. Guest forms must be completed prior to purchasing guest tickets. The dance is Sat, Oct 5th. and starts at 7pm.

September 23, 2019

Sophomore class officers, please meet in Mrs. Klingensmith's room,  room 306, at the start of AO Tuesday. You will only be meeting for a few minutes. 

All students will vote for homecoming court during AO Tuesday. If you are a senior that leaves prior to AO, please vote in the main office before you leave.

Pep Club will meet Wednesday & Friday til 5:00 . New members welcome. Help show your Viking Spirit.

ALL student council members are to meet for a 10 minute meeting Tuesday during AO in Mr Negron's room for Homecoming duty assignments. 

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! Please bring your $17 on test day, and see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

The Waterloo Levy Committee is looking for student volunteers to help work the Homecoming Harvest on October 6th.  Students are needed for parking cars, serving food, working carnival games, and doing face painting.  Please stop in the office to sign up and get community service hours.

Tickets for Homecoming are on sale in the cafeteria during lunch. Tickets are $15 per student. Guest forms must be completed prior to purchasing guest tickets. 

Attention any students who are interested in taking a College Credit Plus course next year: There will be a College Credit Plus information night here at Waterloo on October 1st, at 6pm. Kent State University and Youngstown State University will be there to give you valuable information about the program, and how to apply! Be sure to attend if you are considering taking a CCP course next year. CCP courses earn you both high school and college credit at the same time, and can be taken on a college campus, online, or at the high school.

Attention juniors and seniors, a representative from Youngstown State University is coming to Waterloo to talk to you and answer your questions about YSU! She will be here next  Monday 9/23 at 10:15am, so please sign up in the Guidance Office so we know to call you down when she is here. If you have any questions about the visit please see Mrs. DePerro.

Attention Students: If you would like to go door to door throughout our community and register voters and provide information about Waterloo's Fall levy, please see Mr. Kalail or Mr. Wiles for more information. The outcome of this levy will affect you more than anybody so now is your chance to help. We will be canvasing, as a group, on Sat Sept 28th and Sat Oct 26.  Community service hours are available.

Saturday at the Sandy Valley cross country meet Ethan Wise finished in 131st place, Shelby White was 97th and Olivia White was 154th with over 200 runners!!!

Any freshmen that want to help get decorate for homecoming the week of September 23, come to Ms. Steel's room after school on Monday, Weds. and Thursday. We will be there until 4:30-5:00. Any time you can help will be welcomed. 



September 20, 2019

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! Please bring your $17 on test day, and see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

The Waterloo Levy Committee is looking for student volunteers to help work the Homecoming Harvest on October 6th.  Students are needed for parking cars, serving food, working carnival games, and doing face painting.  Please stop in the office to sign up and get community service hours.

Attention any students who are interested in taking a College Credit Plus course next year: There will be a College Credit Plus information night here at Waterloo on October 1st, at 6pm. Kent State University and Youngstown State University will be there to give you valuable information about the program, and how to apply! Be sure to attend if you are considering taking a CCP course next year. CCP courses earn you both high school and college credit at the same time, and can be taken on a college campus, online, or at the high school.

Attention juniors and seniors, a representative from Youngstown State University is coming to Waterloo to talk to you and answer your questions about YSU! She will be here next  Monday 9/23 at 10:15am, so please sign up in the Guidance Office so we know to call you down when she is here. If you have any questions about the visit please see Mrs. DePerro.

Attention Students: If you would like to go door to door throughout our community and register voters and provide information about Waterloo's Fall levy, please see Mr. Kalail or Mr. Wiles for more information. The outcome of this levy will affect you more than anybody so now is your chance to help. We will be canvasing, as a group, on Sat Sept 21st, Sat Sept 28th, and Sat Oct 26.  Community service hours are available.

Pre-sale tickets are available in the office for this Saturday's football game.  The tickets are $4.00 for students and $6.00 for adults.  The theme for the game will be camo.

Pep Club will be meeting today after school until 5:00. All students interested in joining are welcome to come. Participation fees must be paid in order to attend any meetings after Friday. Show your school spirit and join us! 

September 19, 2019

Yesterday, the varsity boys golf team finished the regular season by taking part in the MVAC golf tournament, and posted a season low score of 353 to capture 2nd place. With this runner-up finish, the Vikings finish tied for 2nd in the league. 4 Vikings finished in the top 10 and received 2nd team All-MVAC honors. Luke Simons finished 6th, Carl Freeland 7th, Gavin English 8th. and Hunter Rothermel tied for 9th. Congratulations gentlemen!

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! Please bring your $17 on test day, and see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

The Waterloo Levy Committee is looking for student volunteers to help work the Homecoming Harvest on October 6th.  Students are needed for parking cars, serving food, working carnival games, and doing face painting.  Please stop in the office to sign up and get community service hours.

Any freshmen class advisors please go to Ms. Steel's room during AO today.

Attention any students who are interested in taking a College Credit Plus course next year: There will be a College Credit Plus information night here at Waterloo on October 1st, at 6pm. Kent State University and Youngstown State University will be there to give you valuable information about the program, and how to apply! Be sure to attend if you are considering taking a CCP course next year. CCP courses earn you both high school and college credit at the same time, and can be taken on a college campus, online, or at the high school.

Attention current NHS members: there is an all-member meeting today during AO in Miss Allen's room, room 208. We will be voting for officers and discussing the upcoming Bake Sale. Please see Miss Allen if you cannot attend.

Attention juniors and seniors, a representative from Youngstown State University is coming to Waterloo to talk to you and answer your questions about YSU! She will be here next  Monday 9/23 at 10:15am, so please sign up in the Guidance Office so we know to call you down when she is here. If you have any questions about the visit please see Mrs. DePerro.

Attention Students: If you would like to go door to door throughout our community and register voters and provide information about Waterloo's Fall levy, please see Mr. Kalail or Mr. Wiles for more information. The outcome of this levy will affect you more than anybody so now is your chance to help. We will be canvasing, as a group, on Sat Sept 21st, Sat Sept 28th, and Sat Oct 26.  Community service hours are available.

Pre-sale tickets are available in the office for this Saturday's football game.  The tickets are $4.00 for students and $6.00 for adults.  The theme for the game will be camo.

Pep Club will be meeting tomorrow after school until 5:00. All students interested in joining are welcome to come. Participation fees must be paid in order to attend any meetings after Friday. Show your school spirit and join us! 

Homecoming tickets will be on sale next week. Homecoming is Sat, Oct 5th. Details will be sent soon.


September 18, 2019

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! Please bring your $17 on test day, and see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

The Waterloo Levy Committee is looking for student volunteers to help work the Homecoming Harvest on October 6th.  Students are needed for parking cars, serving food, working carnival games, and doing face painting.  Please stop in the office to sign up and get community service hours.

Any freshmen class advisors please go to Ms. Steel's room during AO tomorrow, September 19th. 

Attention any students who are interested in taking a College Credit Plus course next year: There will be a College Credit Plus information night here at Waterloo on October 1st, at 6pm. Kent State University and Youngstown State University will be there to give you valuable information about the program, and how to apply! Be sure to attend if you are considering taking a CCP course next year. CCP courses earn you both high school and college credit at the same time, and can be taken on a college campus, online, or at the high school.

Attention current NHS members: there is an all-member meeting tomorrow during AO in Miss Allen's room, room 208. We will be voting for officers and discussing the upcoming Bake Sale. Please see Miss Allen if you cannot attend.

Attention juniors and seniors, a representative from Youngstown State University is coming to Waterloo to talk to you and answer your questions about YSU! She will be here next  Monday 9/23 at 10:15am, so please sign up in the Guidance Office so we know to call you down when she is here. If you have any questions about the visit please see Mrs. DePerro.

Attention Students: If you would like to go door to door throughout our community and register voters and provide information about Waterloo's Fall levy, please see Mr. Kalail or Mr. Wiles for more information. The outcome of this levy will affect you more than anybody so now is your chance to help. We will be canvasing, as a group, on Sat Sept 21st, Sat Sept 28th, and Sat Oct 26.  Community service hours are available.

Pre-sale tickets are available in the office for this Saturday's football game.  The tickets are $4.00 for students and $6.00 for adults.  The theme for the game will be camo.

Pep Club will be meeting Friday after school until 5:00. All students interested in joining are welcome to come. Participation fees must be paid in order to attend any meetings after Friday. Show your school spirit and join us! 

The Viking Volleyball team played host to the Trojans of Sebring last evening, and if you weren’t there you missed a spectacle. The Vikes dominated from start to finish as they beat Sebring 3 sets to none.  Junior Kyleigh Eddy put forth the most dominating performance of her high school career as she crushed 23 kills on 28 attempts, and blocked 8 attacks. Senior Brooke Twichell added to her stellar high school career as she set a school record with 22 service points on 26 attempts. Junior Grace Gombeda added her name to the list of players to be reckoned with as she registered 8 points and 3 aces in just 11 service attempts.  A second school record put an exclamation point on last nights dominant performance as the Lady Vikings held the trojans to just 34 service attempts for the match, smashed the previous record. CONGRATULATIONS GIRLS. The team returns to action Thursday night when they travel to McDonald.


September 17, 2019

Student Council Executive Officers will be meeting at the beginning of AO today in Room 105 to further discuss Homecoming Arrangements. Student Council Executive Officers Only. 

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! Please bring your $17 on test day, and see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

Sophomores ....You received an information packet from Jostens this week about ordering their class ring.  Your order day is tomorrow, Sept. 18th, during lunch.  Please have your order and payment to the Jostens Rep tomorrow.  Additional information and the class ring designer is available online at Jostens.com. Thank you.

Yearbooks are in! If you ordered a yearbook you can see Mrs. Allen room 201 before school, 5b/c or after school to pick yours up. We also have additional yearbooks for sale for $55 if you'd like one and didn't order.

The Waterloo Levy Committee is looking for student volunteers to help work the Homecoming Harvest on October 6th.  Students are needed for parking cars, serving food, working carnival games, and doing face painting.  Please stop in the office to sign up and get community service hours.

Any freshmen class advisors please go to Ms. Steel's room during AO on Thursday September 19. 

The Lady Vikings volleyball team traveled to Hannoverton to square off with the United Eagles. The night belonged to Waterloo as they clipped the eagles wings 3 sets to 1. Serving was the feature as three players scored 45 service points and recorded 9 aces. Senior Haylee Kachner scored 17, followed by Senior Brooke Twichell with 16 and Junior Kyleigh Eddy’s season high 12 points, Haylee and Kyleigh combined for 20 blocks and Brooke Twichell recorded a season high 48 assists. The Vikes play host to conference foe Mckinley Sebring tonight. First serve takes place at 5:30.

Attention any students who are interested in taking a College Credit Plus course next year: There will be a College Credit Plus information night here at Waterloo on October 1st, at 6pm. Kent State University and Youngstown State University will be there to give you valuable information about the program, and how to apply! Be sure to attend if you are considering taking a CCP course next year. CCP courses earn you both high school and college credit at the same time, and can be taken on a college campus, online, or at the high school.

Attention current NHS members: there is an all-member meeting this Thursday 9/19 in Miss Allen's A/O room 208. We will be voting for officers and discussing the upcoming Bake Sale. Please see Miss Allen if you cannot attend.

Attention juniors and seniors, a representative from Youngstown State University is coming to Waterloo to talk to you and answer your questions about YSU! She will be here on Monday 9/23 at 10:15am, so please sign up in the Guidance Office so we know to call you down when she is here. If you have any questions about the visit please see Mrs. DePerro.

Attention Students: If you would like to go door to door throughout our community and register voters and provide information about Waterloo's Fall levy, please see Mr. Kalail or Mr. Wiles for more information. The outcome of this levy will affect you more than anybody so now is your chance to help. We will be canvasing, as a group, on Sat Sept 21st, Sat Sept 28th, and Sat Oct 26.  Community service hours are available.

Pre-sale tickets are available in the office for this Saturday's football game.  The tickets are $4.00 for students and $6.00 for adults.  The theme for the game will be camo.

Pep Club will be meeting Friday after school until 5:00. All students interested in joining are welcome to come. Participation fees must be paid in order to attend any meetings after Friday. Show your school spirit and join us! 

September 16, 2019

For any and all students who enter and exit the building through the high school student parking lot, for your safety, please cross at the crosswalks so that buses and cars can more easily see you. Let me repeat that....For any and all students who enter and exit the building through the high school student parking lot, for your safety, please cross at the crosswalks so that buses and cars can more easily see you. Please walk and avoid the grass strips. Thank you.

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! Please bring your $17 on test day, and see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

Sophomores ....You received an information packet from Jostens this week about ordering their class ring.  Your order day is this Wednesday, Sept. 18th, during lunch.  Please have your order and payment to the Jostens Rep on Wednesday.  Additional information and the class ring designer is available online at Jostens.com. Thank you.

Seniors, if you are still in need of immunizations, that deadline is approaching fast. You will be excluded from school starting TOMORROW Sept 17th. Please turn those in to the main office as soon as you can.

Yearbooks are in! If you ordered a yearbook you can see Mrs. Allen room 201 before school, 5b/c or after school to pick yours up. We also have additional yearbooks for sale for $55 if you'd like one and didn't order. Make sure your picture is in the yearbook and be ready for Picture Day on Tuesday, Sept 24th. We will be set up and start at 7:15am for students who go to MW. All other pictures will be taken after the day begins. 

The Waterloo Levy Committee is looking for student volunteers to help work the Homecoming Harvest on October 6th.  Students are needed for parking cars, serving food, working carnival games, and doing face painting.  Please stop in the office to sign up and get community service hours.

A lot of runners at the Boardman cross country meet on Saturday! Out of 350 runners Shelby White finished in 224th place and Olivia White was 300th!

Any freshmen class advisors please go to Ms. Steel's room during AO on Thursday September 19. 

September 13, 2019

For any and all students who enter and exit the building through the high school student parking lot, for your safety, please cross at the crosswalks so that buses and cars can more easily see you. Let me repeat that....For any and all students who enter and exit the building through the high school student parking lot, for your safety, please cross at the crosswalks so that buses and cars can more easily see you. Please walk and avoid the grass strips. Thank you.

Attention sophomores and juniors, the PSAT is being offered to you here at Waterloo on Wednesday, October 16th! The cost is only $17, so if you'd like to see how you would do on the SAT, or you are interested in the National Merit Scholarship program, sign up for the test in the Guidance Office! Please bring your $17 on test day, and see Mrs. DePerro with any questions.

The WHS Cheerleaders are hosting a Super Hero Cook-Out tomorrow, September 14th from 3pm-6pm at the HS Cafeteria. Please join us and some of your favorite Super Heroes for good food and great fun!!! (Please pick up a flier from the office for more details.)

Turn in any Student Emergency Medical Forms  TODAY!  Detentions were issued yesterday and will need to be served if you do not turn in your forms.

Seniors, if you are still in need of immunizations, that deadline is approaching fast. You will be excluded from school starting  next Tuesday, Sept 17th. Please turn those in to the main office as soon as you can.

There are athletes who still need to get their pay to participate fees paid. Please stop in the main office this week to find out how much you owe and get those fees paid.

Yearbooks are in! If you ordered a yearbook you can see Mrs. Allen room 201 before school, 5b/c or after school to pick yours up. We also have additional yearbooks for sale for $55 if you'd like one and didn't order.


September 12, 2019

Student Council Officers will be meeting at the beginning of AO today in Mr Negron's class to further discuss Homecoming Arrangements. Student Council Officers Only.

Attention current NHS members: Our first meeting will be today in Miss Allen's Room #208 during A/O. Please see Miss Allen if you cannot attend. 

The WHS Cheerleaders are hosting a Super Hero Cook-Out this Saturday, September 14th from 3pm-6pm at the HS Cafeteria. Please join us and some of your favorite Super Heroes for good food and great fun!!! (Please pick up a flier from the office for more details.)

Turn in any Student Emergency Medical Forms  TODAY!  Detentions will be issued for those who have not yet turned them in by the end of the day.

Seniors, if you are still in need of immunizations, that deadline is approaching fast. You will be excluded from school starting Tuesday, Sept 17th. Please turn those in to the main office as soon as you can.

There are athletes who still need to get their pay to participate fees paid. Please stop in the main office this week to find out how much you owe and get those fees paid.

Yearbooks are in! If you ordered a yearbook you can see Mrs. Allen room 201 before school, 5b/c or after school to pick yours up. We also have additional yearbooks for sale for $55 if you'd like one and didn't order.

September 11, 2019

After 7 Matches the Lady Vikings were still looking for their stride. Struggling to a 3-4 record the Vikings called do over and restarted their season last night. And restart they did. For the first time they dominated their opponent from start to finish as they scorched the Blue Jays in 3 straight sets. Seniors Brooke Twichell and Haylee Kachner led the way with 26 service points. At the net Kachner along with Juniors Kyleigh Eddy and Brooke Waldeck thwarted attack after attack, as they combined for a season high 34 blocks. The Vikings return to action this Saturday as they host Chippewa and area powerhouse GlenOak in a tri match. First serve is at 10am.

Student Council Officers will be meeting at the beginning of Thursday AO in Mr Negron's class to further discuss Homecoming Arrangements. Student Council Officers Only.

Attention current NHS members: Our first meeting will be tomorrow Thursday 9/12 in Miss Allen's Room #208 during A/O. Please see Miss Allen if you cannot attend. 

The WHS Cheerleaders are hosting a Super Hero Cook-Out this Saturday, September 14th from 3pm-6pm at the HS Cafeteria. Please join us and some of your favorite Super Heroes for good food and great fun!!! (Please pick up a flier from the office for more details.)

A former Waterloo graduate is selling her Homecoming dresses.  There are two long dresses and one short dress, all size 0.  If interested, please stop in the office for further details.

Student Emergency Medical Forms are due by TODAY!  Detentions will be issued for those who have not yet turned them in.  

Seniors, if you are still in need of immunizations, that deadline is approaching fast. You will be excluded from school starting Tuesday, Sept 17th. Please turn those in to the main office as soon as you can.

There are athletes who still need to get their pay to participate fees paid. Please stop in the main office this week to find out how much you owe and get those fees paid.

Mrs. Sandel:

For many Americans, the events of Sept. 11, 2001, are impossible to forget. Images of dark plumes of smoke billowing from the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, of the collapsing buildings, of ash coated survivors as they fled from the area will be forever ingrained in our nation's collective consciousness. This year marks the 18-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. The attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and the plane crash in Pennsylvania resulted in the loss of 2,976 lives with more than 6,000 others injured. It was a devastating day of loss that has left America forever changed. 

The events and sacrifices made on Sept. 11 continue to weigh heavy on the mind. However, the anniversary isn't about reliving the tragedy. It's about remembering and honoring the lives lost and the ordinary men and women who became heroes for their country.

Not many of you remember this day as adults do…many of you weren’t even born yet, but take a minute today and ask someone that was. Ask them to tell you where they were when they learned what had happened. How they felt. How they responded in the days that followed.  What I remember, specifically, was that in the aftermath we were kinder and more patient with each other, we held our loved ones more tightly, we appreciated our lives, friends, and family, more.

The sadness for me 18 years later is not just the horrific events of that day - but that we seem to have lost many of those feelings and actions. Our world is increasingly more chaotic, more divided and more unkind each day. Maybe today, we can take a moment, after we honor all those who were lost and affected, and just be nicer to one another!

At this time, I ask all of you to observe a moment of silence in the honor of those fallen Americans who tragically died on this day, the first responders that were lost, and the American service men and women who continue to fight for our freedom and our safety, home and abroad.


September 10, 2019

The WHS Cheerleaders are hosting a Super Hero Cook-Out this Saturday, September 14th from 3pm-6pm at the HS Cafeteria. Please join us and some of your favorite Super Heroes for good food and great fun!!! (Please pick up a flier from the office for more details.)

A former Waterloo graduate is selling her Homecoming dresses.  There are two long dresses and one short dress, all size 0.  If interested, please stop in the office for further details.

Jostens will be here today during AO to give Sophomores information about class rings. Also, we will have a Junior class meeting in the media center during AO. We will call both groups down after the start of the period. 

We would like to congratulate the following students as our September Vikings of the Month:
Roselynn Couts - 9th grade
Haley Nehlsen - 10th grade
Brycen Colbert - 11th grade and 
Deagan Foster - 12th grade.  
Please see Mrs. Dean after announcements this morning.

Student Emergency Medical Forms are due by tomorrow!  They must be turned in by Wednesday Sept 11th.  If you lost your form please stop in the office to get a new one.

Seniors, if you are still in need of immunizations, that deadline is approaching fast. You will be excluded from school starting Tuesday, Sept 17th. Please turn those in to the main office as soon as you can.

There are athletes who still need to get their pay to participate fees paid. Please stop in the main office this week to find out how much you owe and get those fees paid.


September 9, 2019

Saturday at the East Palestine cross country meet Ethan Wise finished in 33rd place out of 83 runners, for the girls Shelby White was 33rd and Olivia White was 54th!!
Way to go Vikings!

The WHS Cheerleaders are hosting a Super Hero Cook-Out this Saturday, September 14th from 3pm-6pm at the HS Cafeteria. Please join us and some of your favorite Super Heroes for good food and great fun!!! (Please pick up a flier from the office for more details.)

Seniors who might be interested in working the election polls in November, please see Mr. Drugan, Mrs. Allen or Mrs. Huth for an application. You have to attend 1 training class and be chosen for a polling site. You are paid $20 for the training and $120 for the day at the polls. You will also receive community service hours should you need them. We have the applications in the main office as well. Consider being a part of the democratic process of voting! 

A former Waterloo graduate is selling her Homecoming dresses.  There are two long dresses and one short dress, all size 0.  If interested, please stop in the office for further details.

Jostens will be here tomorrow during AO to give Sophomores information about class rings. Also, we will have a Junior class meeting in the media center during AO. We will call both groups down after the start of the period. 

September 6, 2019

The Lady Vikings ventured into enemy territory to face off with arch rival mineral ridge in conference play last night in a brutally contest conference battle. Both teams battled to 25-21 set wins splitting the first two sets, then the error bug infested the Vikings as they fell in the 3rd set 25-19 and the 4th set 25-18, as they fell to the Rams 3-1. The Vikings travel Saturday to neighboring Southeast. Play starts at 12 noon.

The WHS Cheerleaders are hosting a Super Hero Cook-Out on Saturday, September 14th from 3pm-6pm at the HS Cafeteria. Please join us and some of your favorite Super Heroes for good food and great fun!!! (Please pick up a flier from the office for more details.)

Just a reminder that students are not permitted in the building until 7:40 and they are not permitted to leave the cafeteria until the bell rings at 7:45am. Please make sure you remain in the cafeteria until 7:45am to avoid consequences.

Seniors who might be interested in working the election polls in November, please see Mr. Drugan, Mrs. Allen or Mrs. Huth for an application. You have to attend 1 training class and be chosen for a polling site. You are paid $20 for the training and $120 for the day at the polls. You will also receive community service hours should you need them. We have the applications in the main office as well. Consider being a part of the democratic process of voting! 

Presale tickets for Friday's football game will be available for purchase in the main office today and Friday. Cost is $4 for student and $6 for adult. 

A former Waterloo graduate is selling her Homecoming dresses.  There are two long dresses and one short dress, all size 0.  If interested, please stop in the office for further details.

September 5, 2019

Just a reminder that students are not permitted in the building until 7:40 and they are not permitted to leave the cafeteria until the bell rings at 7:45am. Please make sure you remain in the cafeteria until 7:45am to avoid consequences.

Seniors who might be interested in working the election polls in November, please see Mr. Drugan, Mrs. Allen or Mrs. Huth for an application. You have to attend 1 training class and be chosen for a polling site. You are paid $20 for the training and $120 for the day at the polls. You will also receive community service hours should you need them. We have the applications in the main office as well. Consider being a part of the democratic process of voting! 

Presale tickets for Friday's football game will be available for purchase in the main office today and Friday. Cost is $4 for student and $6 for adult. 

A former Waterloo graduate is selling her Homecoming dresses.  There are two long dresses and one short dress, all size 0.  If interested, please stop in the office for further details.


September 4, 2019

Viking Volleyball traveled to Akron last night to do battle with St. Vincent St. Mary’s. The Luck of the Irish struck early and often as the fighting Irish defeated the Vikings 3 sets to none. The lady Vikes were led by Senior Setter Brooke Twichell’s 19 assists and 7 points and Junior Kyleigh Eddy’s 6 blocks. The Vikings return to action Thursday when they travel to play arch Rival Mineral Ridge in a crucial conference showdown.

Just a reminder that students are not permitted in the building until 7:40 and they are not permitted to leave the cafeteria until the bell rings at 7:45am. Please make sure you remain in the cafeteria until 7:45am to avoid consequences.


September 3, 2019

Student council will meet in Mr Negron's classroom during AO  today to discuss Homecoming preparations. 

Sophomore Class will meet for a class meeting in the media center during AO. You will be called down after the period begins. Any sophomores in student council will be dismissed after class meeting to report to Student Council meeting.

Attention new students who enrolled this summer, please see Mrs. English in the main office to get your computer login information.

Any upperclassmen who need their cafeteria pin, please see Mrs. English.

Saturday at the Marlington Cross Country invitational in the boys race out of 147 runners Ethan Wise was 63rd and for the girls out of 152 runners Shelby White was 117th and Olivia White was 147th. Congratulations to all the runners!


August 30, 2019

Student council will meet in Mr Negron's classroom during AO  next Tuesday to discuss Homecoming preparations. 

Attention new students who enrolled this summer, please see Mrs. English in the main office to get your computer login information.

Any upperclassmen who need their cafeteria pin, please see Mrs. English.

August 29,2019

The Lady Vikings Volleyball season is in full swing as they dominated McDonald at home Tuesday. The night belonged to Senior Halee Kachner as she dominated play with 17 service points, 8 aces,20 kills and 11 blocked shots and Senior Brooke Twichell picked up where she left off last season with 34 assist. It was truly a team effort as senior Kearston Coontz added a team high 9 Aces to go with 9 kills, Junior Kyleigh Eddy contributed 11 points on 7 aces.  The Vikings moved into 2nd place in the conference with Tuesday nights win and return to action tonight, when they take on Lowellville in the high school gym. First serve 5:30pm.

There will be a class meeting for Freshmen during AO today. You will be called down after the bell rings.

A reminder that Mrs. Ritchey's 5th period Ceramics class should go to C lunch from now on.

August 28, 2019

If you did not receive your requested schedule change yesterday, please be patient. We are working on them and should get through most of them today. Make sure you follow the schedule that you have until Mrs. DePerro or Mrs. Sandel hands you a new one.

Mrs. Ritchey's 5th period Ceramics class should go to C lunch from now on.


August 27, 2019

WELCOME BACK!!

If you did not receive your schedules last night they will be in your homeroom classes. Please check over those schedules to make sure you have 7 classes for the day. If you are in need of a schedule change and did not fill out a change form, you can do that in the main office. Make sure you follow the schedule that you have until Mrs. DePerro (formally Miss Mori) hands you a new one.

We will be on our AO schedule today. Upperclassmen, please help guide Freshmen who might need some direction today. Seniors, you will be called down to the media center for a class meeting during AO today. Please wait for the announcement before arriving.

There are no student aides this year. Please do not ask to work in someones classroom for any reason. This includes the middle and elementary schools. 

Today is Mrs. Sandel's birthday. If you see her, wish her a happy day!

Have a great first day and again, welcome back!