WHS Daily Bulletin

 

Monday, March 17:

 

Lunch:  Mini corn dogs, homemade chili OR chicken noodle soup, oyster crackers, baby carrots, mixed fruit, ˝ pint of milk

 

Track & Girls Soccer:  Pictures Today

 

Girls Track:  Track pics are today. Meet in uniform on the track today at 3:44 and please make sure to bring your picture packet with money if you are planning to purchase pix.

 

Tuesday, March 18:

 

Lunch: Teriyaki chicken or Pork eggroll, brown rice pilaf, stir fry vegetables, diced pears, soft cinnamon pretzel , ˝ pint of milk

 

4:30 pm - Varsity Baseball vs Sacred Heart-Griffin High School (H) – DATE CHANGE!!  Moved up one day!

 

WYSE Team Members:  Meet after school in Mr. Ibbotson’s room for a brief meeting about the state contest

 

Boys Basketball & Cheerleading Banquet – Dinner 6:45, Awards 7:30 PM at Poe’s on the Hill

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Wednesday, March 19:

 

Lunch:  Rotini with meat sauce or Italian meatball sandwich, garlic breadstick, strawberry spinach salad, pineapple chunks, ˝ pint of milk

 

Thursday, March 20:

 

Lunch:  Crispy chicken OR spicy chicken lettuce salad, diced tomato, fresh dinner roll, buttered corn, mandarin oranges, ˝ pint of milk

 

Friday, March 21:

 

Lunch:  French toast sticks/syrup or Pancake sausage wrap & English muffin, cottage cheese, breakfast potatoes, diced peaches, apple juice, ˝ pint of milk

 

End of 3rd Quarter

4:30pm - Varsity Baseball @ Lutheran High School – Bus leaves 3:05, please dismiss at 2:55

 

Saturday, March 22:

 

8:15am – Boys Track & Field @ Charleston Invite @ EIU – Bus leaves 5:30 am

11:00am - Varsity Baseball vs Pawnee High School (+JV) *** TIME CHANGE

11:00am - Girls Varsity Softball vs Pawnee High School (+JV)  *** TIME CHANGE

7:00pm - WHS Musical at the District Fine Arts Center

Sunday, March 23:

 

2:00pm - WHS Musical at the District Fine Arts Center 

General Announcements:


 

University of Spa & Cosmetology Arts and the University of Spa & Massage Therapy invites the public to attend an open house Saturday, May 3, from 10:00am to 1:00pm at 2913 West White Oaks Drive in Springfield, Illinois.

Campus tours, financial aid guidance, program information, refreshments and much more will be available during the open house. The event is free and open to the public.

 

Orlene Drobisch Moore scholarship applications are available in the guidance office. Deadline to apply is April 25, 2014. This is a local scholarship open only to WHS graduates.

 

Upcoming College Visits:

·         Monday, 17th - Marines

·         Tuesday, 18th - Quincy University & John Robert Powers Performing Arts Academy

·         Wednesday, 19th - Bradley University

 

Congratulations to Ben Kovacevich on 2nd Place in the IHSA State 3 Point Shoot-out Finals!

 

Congratulations to the girls track team on an excellent finish at the Charleston indoor meet with weekend at EIU. They placed 3rd out of 33 teams!!! GREAT JOB!!! We had several top 8 finishes:

·         Amber Robbs 6th in PV with a jump of 9'3

·         Tia McCarty placed 4th in the 55 with a time of 7.72

·         Rachel Rhodes placed 6th in 800 with a time of 2:26.14

·         4x200 (Morgan Rottinghaus, Caitlin McCain, Bridget Rhodes, Tia McCarty) placed 7th with a time of 1:56.65

·         Tia McCarty placed 4th in the 200 with a time of 27.77

·         4x400 (Abbey Galusha, Caitlin McCain, Morgan Rottinghaus, TiaMcCarty) placed 1st with a time of 4:21.59

·         Rachel Rhodes 1st in high jump with a jump of 5'2

 

Youth and Government students did it again! They provided an outstanding example of leadership and professional behavior, and experienced many successes throughout the weekend, getting one bill passed and signed by the Youth Governor (Anna Kluemke, Hannah Levin, and Annelise Mool), with Lobbyists, as well as two Special Resolutions. Anna Kluemke and Jonathan Miller served as Committee Chairs, Austin Tuttle as Editor-in-Chief of the Observer, Marty Pesch as Chaplain of the House, Eddie Priester as Secretary of the Senate, Emily Hergert and Samantha Mool as Sergeants-at-Arms, and Emily Cotner and Joy Miller as Bill Flow Clerks. Tucker Hirsch was voted "Most Effective Lobbyist" in his committee, and Emily Cotner earned third place overall for her Legislative Assistant Forum Proposal. Everyone did a fantastic job!