WHS Daily Bulletin

 

Tuesday, November 19:

 

Lunch:  Mini corn dogs or Crispy fish sticks, honey cornbread, sweet baked beans, sliced pears, choice of Milk

 

Go "Old School" with the S.A.V.E. Club and join us for snacks and board games on Tuesday, November 19th from 3:30-5:00 in the high school cafeteria.

 

Youth and Government reminders: Meeting Tuesday 6:30-7:30 p.m. Fannie May will be here on Monday, Nov. 25. Please get Butter Braid money in ASAP

 

Wednesday, November 20:

 

Lunch:  Chicken and noodles or Chili cheese wrap, wheat dinner roll, baby carrots, pineapple chunks, choice of Milk

Thursday, November 21:

 

Lunch:  Sliced beef & Cheddar sandwich or Maid Rite sandwich, soft pretzel, baked potato, seasoned broccoli, diced peaches, choice of Milk

SAVE Bake Sale: this Thursday and Friday during both lunch shifts. Buy some goodies

 

6:15pm - Girls Varsity Basketball @ Early Bird Tournament – Bus leaves 5:30

 

Friday, November 22:

 

Lunch:  Southwest pizza or Cheese quesadilla, buttered peas, mango chunks, chocolate animal crackers, choice of Milk

SAVE Bake Sale:   Friday during both lunch shifts. Buy some goodies

 

Musical auditions will be Monday November 25th and there will be dance auditions November 22nd. The signup sheet is in Mr. Hendrickson's room.

 

7:30am - Class Rings Delivered by Jostens

 

Saturday, November 23:

 

11:00am - HS Girls Varsity Basketball @ Early Bird Tournament

 

Sunday, November 24:

 

3:00 – Volleyball Banquet

 

General Announcements:


 

Student Council is having a t-shirt drive competition among 1st hour classes this week! The winning class will receive a breakfast party complete with breakfast pizza, doughnuts, and juice/milk!!

 

The 2013 Boys Soccer Team made school history by winning the Sectional Championship for the first time, earning a berth in the super-sectional match. Help celebrate this accomplishment with soccer apparel. Proceeds directly benefit the WHS Boys Soccer Program.  Order forms must be returned to school by Wednesday, November 20. High school to Coach Rigney; WJHS to the office; SES to your teacher.

 

Congratulations to the students whose artwork was selected to represent WHS at the UIS High School Art Exhibition. Their work will be on display from November 18 - December 5. This exhibition will be held as a showcase of area high school art work. Artwork will be judged by category and prizes will be given for Best in Show, Best in Category, and Honorable Mention. Categories are determined by class year therefore creating four categories. UIS Visual Art Faculty and the members of the Student Art League will decide awards.   Emma Crawford, Digital Photography;  Emma Hopp, Drawing;  Russell Konzelmann, Computer Art; and Brianna Skeels, Digital Photography

 

Junior parents by now your student should have brought home the poinsettia order form to help us continue our fund raising efforts for after prom. If you have not received one please contact Pam Kovacevich at kovacevich34@att.net or Lucinda Buesher at kbish60@hotmail.com to have one emailed to you or one of the class officers or their parents Kate Buescher, Noah Horton or Kelsey Jones. Completed order forms can be emailed to Pam or Lucinda prior to December 1 or returned to one of the class officers. Poinsettias are available for pick up on Saturday December 7 at Illini Bank Community Center from 9-12. No ability to sell, buy a few for yourself. At $10 they’re a steal! Thanks in advance for your support!

 

Track Meeting:  There will be a meeting next Tuesday, Nov. 26 for any boy or girl interested in high school track. The meeting will be held in the cafeteria from 3:25-3:40.

 

Washington Tornado Relief Efforts:  In an effort to help the town of Washington recover from the effects of the tornado that struck on November 17, the Williamsville High School Student Council will be collecting money during lunch through Friday, November 22. All funds collected will be donated to the American Red Cross and used in the recovery/clean-up efforts.  Donation centers have also been set up at the village hall in Williamsville and Williamsville State Bank in Williamsville and Sherman. Any items are appreciated, but tarps, flashlights, bottled water, blankets, and coats are the items currently needed the most.