Lunch: Mini corn dogs or Starfish nuggets, macaroni & cheese, baby carrots, blueberry cobbler, ½ pint of milk
4:00pm - HS Girls
Varsity Golf vs Auburn/Lutheran @ The Rail
4:00 pm – JV Boys Golf vs.
6:00pm - Volleyball @
After Prom Meeting – Tuesday, September 27, at 6:00 PM at WHS – All Junior parents are invited and encouraged to attend.
Anyone interested in participating in a Freshman
class float for the parade (and not committed to any other group's float),
please see Mrs. Whitten (aka Mademoiselle) before Wednesday 3:15.
Lunch: Cheeseburger or Grilled chicken sandwich, sweet baked beans, roasted potatoes & peppers, diced pears ½ pint of milk
Boys Basketball – Order forms and money need to be turned today!
4:30pm - Boys JV Soccer vs Chatham-Glenwood High School (H)
Lunch: Chicken & noodles or Quesadilla Wedge, wheat
breadstick, red pepper strips & celery sticks, fresh fruit, ½ pint of milk
Youth & Government Meeting – Last 15 minutes of both lunch shifts
Softball Open Gym – Outside Only – Must have current physical on file to participate – See Coach Grebner for more details.
4:00pm - Girls
Varsity Golf vs Porta/Rushville/Plains @ Shambolee
4:30pm - Boys
Varsity Soccer @
6:00pm - Volleyball vs
Hartsburg-Emden High School (H)
6:15pm - Freshman Football @
3:30pm - JV Boys
Golf @ Greenview High School Tournament – 3:00 PM – Please dismiss
at 1:55, Van leaves at 2:00 PM
7:00pm - Varsity Football @ New Berlin High School
7:00am - Girls Varsity
9:30am - Cross Country @ Jacksonville High School Invite
10:00am - HS Boys Varsity Soccer @ Warrensburg-Latham High S (+JV)
1:00 PM - Boys
Varsity Golf – QND Golf Tournament – Van leaves at 9:00 AM
FCA huddle meeting at 7:30 pm in the back gym
Reminder to Juniors: If you have not turned in your field trip form by the day of the trip, October 5th, or you will not be allowed to go to the Capital Area Career Fair. No exceptions! This also applies to seniors who have signed up to attend.
Bullets on a
phenomenal win over the Riverton Hawks last night to clinch the Sangamon County
Title. The Lady Bullets improve to 16-4.
We are back in action tonight at
Congratulations to the Varsity soccer team on their 5-0 win last night over Riverton!
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.
Next Week’s Homecoming Activities
Dress Up Days:
10/5 - Wednesday: The Homecoming Parade will take place that night at 6:00 with the pep rally, coronation and powderpuff to follow.
10/6 – Thursday: Student Council members will not be in class this half day because they will be decorating the gym for the dance.
10:50 AM – Pep Rally - students will be dismissed to the football field
10/7 - Friday: Homecoming Game -- GO BULLETS! Kickoff is at 7:00, Homecoming court will be announced at half time.
10/8 - Saturday: Homecoming Dance – Theme - A Night Out of this World! The dance will begin at 7:30 and end at 11:00. Announcement of court will be at 10:45. Spectators will be allowed into the dance at that time.
Class counting for dress up day participation and pictures will take place at 8:05 in the gym each day.
Homecoming Ticket Sales:
No tennis shoes or jeans will be allowed at the dance. You will be asked to change or leave the dance.
Healthcare Bound Students: Memorial Health System would like to offer students information on various career areas during their annual “Explorer Post”. Explore: pharmacy, medical imaging, emergency medicine, food and nutrition, sports medicine, and Heart/vascular services. See Mrs. Damery for the schedule & registration.
Volunteering: The Memorial Festival of Trees is looking for volunteer staff. The festival will be held Nov 19-27 in the Orr building on the fairgrounds. Visit: MemorialsFestivalofTrees.com for more information.
Scholarship Competition: The 20112 John F Kennedy Profile in Courage Essay Contest is seeking applications. Students need to submit an essay on “an act of political courage” by January 7, 2012. For information and submissions go to: www.jfklibrary.org
Area Snowball: Students who wish to attend the Glenwood HS snowball can find registration forms in the library. Locate the pink folders or ask Mrs. Damery for help.
High School students (and their parents) who would like to learn more about University of Chicago are encouraged to attend University of Chicago: Yes You Can on Thursday October 6, 2011 at 7pm at Glenwood High School. If you plan to attend please email Mrs. Broderick at : firstname.lastname@example.org
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