WHS Daily Bulletin


Tuesday, October 18:


Lunch:  French toast sticks/syrup or Sausage gravy over biscuit, sausage links, tater tots, orange slices, ½ pint of milk

Art Club will meet Tuesday from 3:30 - 4:45.


6:00pm – JV & Varsity Volleyball vs New Berlin High School – Senior Night – Seniors from Volleyball, Golf, and Cross Country will be honored following the JV game


Wednesday, October 19:


Lunch:  Mini corn dogs or Starfish nuggets, macaroni & cheese, baby carrots, blueberry cobbler, ½ pint of milk


Girls basketball open gym will be held at 3:30 on Wednesday and Thursday.


Thursday, October 20:


Lunch:  Sliced beef & Cheddar sandwich or Maid Rite sandwich, soft pretzel/cheese sauce, baked potato, diced peaches, ½ pint of milk


Girls basketball open gym will be held at 3:30 on Wednesday and Thursday.


SAVE Meeting after school today


SAVE your money for the S.A.V.E. Club Sub sale. Preorders will be taken until Thursday during the lunch hour. Choose from turkey or ham with a bag of chips for the low price of $4.50.


6:15pm - HS Boys Freshman Football vs Athens High School

6:00pm – JV & Varsity Volleyball vs Illini Central High School


Friday, October 21:


11:30 Dismissal


NHS Members - Reminder that there is a mandatory meeting of all members of the National Honor Society on Friday, October 21, 2011, at 11:30 a.m.  Attending mandatory meetings is a membership obligation to redb20111018 a member of NHS

7:00pm - HS Boys Varsity Football @ Mt. Olive High School – Bus leaves 4:30 PM

Saturday, October 22:


JV Volleyball @ Pleasant Plains High School JV Tournament


General Announcements:


Boys Basketball Parent-Athlete Meeting- October 25 at 6:30 in the Main Gym


Girls Basketball Parent-Athlete Meeting - There will be a mandatory parent-player meeting for those girls interested in trying out for girls basketball and their parents, held on Wednesday, October 26th at 6 pm in the library at Williamsville High School.


Girls basketball players that sized for basketball shoes need to bring in their money for their shoes before they can receive them.


Congratulations to the following students for successfully auditioning

and being selected for the 2011 IMEA District Festival Ensembles!


Concert Band:  Jacob Hardy, Casi Strode, Brandon Thompson, & Mary Walden


Concert Choir: Dana Caspar, Elizabeth Choat, Abby Deutsch, Leah Doneghue, Logan Edwards, Jonathan Miller, Annelise Mool, Jacob Payne, Megan Smith, Tanner Smith, Kathryn Spenn, Rebecca Szabo, & Allie Wilson


Jazz Band: Corinne Barnett, Jared Cordum, Jacob Hardy, Daniel Heidorn, Mark Mangiaracina, & Brandon Thompson


Vocal Jazz: Jonathan Miller, Kathryn Spenn, & Mary Walden



  • Emory College is seeking applicants for scholarship nominations.  Eureka College wants to invite students to apply for the Ronald Reagan Leadership Program


  • The Elite Conference is seeking area students who are interested in secondary education. This conference is held November 28th in Bloomington.


  • The National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine is accepting nominations from students interested in the medical field for their summer program.


  • The Horatio Alger Scholarship is now available online at: www.horatioalger.com/scholarships Applications are due Oct 30th.


  • The AXA Achievement Community Scholarship is now available online at: www.axa-achievement.com Applications are due February 1st.


Ask Mrs. Damery for more information about any of these opportunities. 


Youth & Government Legislators: Each Bill Group please schedule a time to meet with Ms. Faloon-Sullivan to write your bill.  Press: Several of you have not turned in press applications or story ideas to Mr. Gudwien. The forms are on Edmodo and Ms. Faloon-Sullivan's website.


The cross country team ran at the Patriot Invite on Saturday.  The girls team was led by Sandra Brzezicha.  Sandra was followed by Halston Fletcher, Katie Siders, Emily Chesser, Sara Nilsson, Abbi Penk and Melaney Brown.  The boys were led by Mitch Owens.  Mitch was followed by Peter Laudeman and Taylor Moore.  The team will run at the Franklin Regional on Saturday.


Mrs. Walsh has extra Chamber shirts for sale.  $10 each.


The following students need to turn in a signed Computer Usage Agreement to the Office.

Asper, Brian

Funk, Taylor

Hauck, Kendra

Hickman, Luke

Hollinshead, Deven

Jones, Blake

Kent, Ozzie

Meridith, Zach

Osman, Jacob

Payne, Isaac

Penman, Travis

Rademacher, Wade

Robinson, Spencer

Skeels, Brianna

Ushman, Tiffany

Williams, Zachary


Cast and Crew - Please pick up a copy of the rehearsal schedule for the redb20111018der of the show's run.  It is outside the door of Mr. Martens' classroom.  Also, remember that we will be practicing at the Fine Arts Center with the Stage Crew, Lighting Crew, and Sound Crew.


Next Week is Red Ribbon Week:- This annual event began as a response to drug violence that claimed the life of drug enforcement officer Enrique "Kiki" Camarena. Every time someone chooses to buy drugs or use drugs it indirectly supports this violence. Stop the violence and be drug free.


Monday- Be a Smartie. Be Drug Free.  Dress like a Nerd Day!


Tuesday-"Love Yourself and Come As You Are." Dress in Pajamas! The Art Club will paint a red heart on you at lunch today!


Wednesday- "Be the Hero Others Need to Stay Drug Free." Dress as an Everyday Hero or                     Superhero.


Thursday- “Don’t let drugs take away your future.” Dress in Futuristic Clothes or a Career Outfit.


Friday- "Imagine a Day Where No one Dies from Drugs. Black Out Drugs." - Wear Black