Lunch: Loose tacos or Crispitos, tortilla chips, corn & pepper salsa, sliced peaches, cinnamon churro, ½ pint of milk
Art Club will meet in the art room on Thursdays from 3:30 - 5:00.
SAVE will have a meeting
after school Thursday in Mrs. Lorton's room. This is your last chance to order T-shirts.
HS Boys Basketball
Equipment Order Forms Due by Thursday!
4:00pm - Boys Golf vs Lanphier/Lincoln/Taylorville @ The Rail Please dismiss
6:00pm - Volleyball vs Carlinville High School (H)
6:15pm - Freshman
Football vs Pleasant Plains High School (H)
Lunch: Hot ham & cheese sandwich or Sloppy Joe sandwich, corn soufflé, fresh fruit, fruit sherbet cup, ½ pint of milk
4:00pm - HS Boys Varsity Golf vs Chatham/Springfield JV @ The Rail Please dismiss at 3:10
7:00pm - Varsity
9:45am - Cross
Boys Varsity Golf at
Varsity Volleyball -
WHS Parent-Teacher Conferences October 6th & 7th. Appointments are being taken by calling the WHS Office, 566-3361. When calling, please have the list handy of the teachers you would like to see. Appointments will be made in ten minute increments on October 6th from 5:00-8:00 PM and on October 7th from 8:00-Noon, 1:00-4:00 PM.
For those ordering class jerseys, Mrs. Walsh has jerseys in each size if you would like to try on before ordering. They do run small.
WHS will coop with
Congratulations to the 2011 PSAE Exceeds Winners
Reading Abby Clark, Cody Harn, Kaitlyn Lounsberry, Reece Whitley
Math Emily Chesser, Payton Jeffers
Science Jen-Luc Abeln, Rob Haworth, Lindsay Holler, Blake Jones, Ricardo Rivera
Writing Laura Kilbury
Reading & Science Justin Burneson, Ryon Hortberg, Gabe Manning, Sam Pensabene, Tim Turnbull
Math & Science Angie Barrett, Melissa McCormick
Reading & Writing Kate Fowler,
All Four Categories Kayla Chamblin, Drew Kluemke
Congratulations to the FFA Horse team: Evan Weyant, Billy Womack, Kayle Gibson, and Brianna Parada. They placed 6th as a team with two individuals placing in the top 10. Evan Weyant was 6th place and Brianna Parada was 8th place.
The following students have not turned in a Computer Usage/Field Trip/Handbook form. To continue using WHS computers or attend field trips, we must receive this form ASAP. Extra copies are in the office you need a new one.
Scholarship Competition: Seniors are invited to apply for the CBAI Foundation for the Community Banking Annual Scholarship Recipients are determined by an essay-writing contest. The first place winner will receive $1,000 (renewable for four years), additionally, up to 12 other applicants will receive a one time $1,000 scholarship. Essays are due Feb 6th. See Mrs. Damery for more information.
Prudential Spirit of
the Community Awards:
If you have made a difference through volunteering over the past year, you
could win $1,000 and a fabulous trip to
Minority High School
Scholars Actuarial Academy: This program is (through the Actuarial Science Department at ISU)
specifically designed for academically talented African-American, Hispanic, and
Native American high school students who excel in mathematics, enjoy learning,
and like to solve complicated problems.
Benefits of entering this program include