WHS Daily Bulletin


Thursday, October 24:


Lunch:  Cheese pizza or Pepperoni pizza, tomato soup, buttered corn, sliced pears, chocolate chip cookie, choice of milk


6:00pm - Volleyball vs Illini Central High School (H) – SENIOR NIGHT – Volleyball, Golf, & Cross Country!

6:00pm - Freshman Football vs Riverton High School


SAVE Club is celebrating Red Ribbon Week. Schools across America are celebrating the choice to be Drug Free. We are also encouraging everyone to take a stand against bullying.

•  On Thursday, SAVE Club invites you to join us for a movie and pizza right after school.


Friday, October 25:


11:30 Dismissal


Baseball:  There will be a mandatory meeting for all guys interested in going out for baseball this year on Friday right after school in the cafeteria. 


11:30am - National Honor Society Meeting


4:00pm - Boys Soccer @ IHSA Sectional Final @ Bloomington Central Catholic (Sale Barn Field) Bus leaves 2:00 pm


7:00pm - Varsity Football @ Auburn High School – Bus leaves 4:45 pm


Saturday, October 26:


Volleyball @ Pleasant Plains JV Tournament – Bus leaves 8:00 AM

National ACT

11:15am - Cross Country @ IHSA Regional @ Uhland Acres in Liberty, IL – Bus leaves 7:30 AM


7:00pm - WHS Drama Production "Just Another High School Play" – District Fine Arts Center


Sunday, October 27:


2:00pm - WHS Drama Production "Just Another High School Play" – District Fine Arts Center


General Announcements:


Boys Basketball:  There will be a mandatory parent-athlete meeting on Monday, November 4th at 6:30 pm in the high school gym for any boys interested in trying out for boys basketball this year.  Tryouts will be held November 11 and 12 for all boys not currently involved in a sport.


For anyone needing community service hours, Sherman Elementary School is hosting their Scholastic Book Fair in conjunction with Parent-Teacher Conferences, and they need volunteers to work two- or three-hour shifts on the following dates: Sunday, November 3—2:00-5:00 p.m.; Wednesday, November 6—4:00-7:00 p.m.; Thursday, November 7—12:00-2:00 p.m., 2:00-4:00 p.m., 4:00-6:00 p.m. and 6:00-8:00 p.m.; and Friday, November 9—8:00-10:00 a.m., and 10:00 a.m.-12:00 (noon). If anyone is interested, please see Mr. Martens.


Better Test Scores will offer Spring Semester ACT Prep Classes beginning in January at UIS. Please visit www.bettertestscores.net for information and online registration.


Special Parent Seminar: The New Rules: Picking and Paying for College in the 21st Century. Seminar space is limited. Register online or by phone today. Need more information: visit BetterTestScores.net or call 217-586-7560. The seminar is Friday, November 15th from 6:30pm-9pm in Springfield.


The second annual No Butts Left Behind Diaper drive will be next week October 28th through November 1st.  The FCCLA is challenging 4th hours to bring in the most diapers per student to help the Mini O' Beirne Crisis Nursery.  All sizes of diapers are needed as well as baby wipes, liquid lysol, winter clothes, and other baby needs.  The winning class will receive a donut extravaganza party:)  So bring in those diapers for a great cause!


Upcoming College Visits

Saturday, October 26th: National ACT test

Wednesday, October 30th: Robert Morris University

Thursday, October 31st: ITT Tech

Friday, November 1st: EIU & WIU

Thursday, November 7th: Financial Aid Night at 6:30pm

Tuesday, November 12th: LLCC


Attention Juniors:  IMPORTANT:  Calendar money and ticket stubs are now due!  Even if you didn’t sell them, please return them to a class officer this week!


Williamsville High School will be conducting Parent/Teacher Conferences on November 7 and 8.  We will be utilizing online scheduling.  Please use the following link to sign up at your convenience.  Conferences are scheduled in 15 minute increments.  Tyler Casson will be holding appointments exclusively at the JH.  Please call 566-3600 to schedule an appointment with Mr. Casson.




Attention Seniors: Are you a senior planning to attend Blackburn College? If so, please see the guidance office to ask about the $1,000 High School Guidance Counselor Scholarship.