WHS Daily Bulletin

 

Monday, October 6:

 

Lunch:  Chicken & noodles or Chili cheese wrap, wheat dinner roll, sweetened sliced carrots, fresh fruit, ½ pint of milk

 

Come join the Williamsville Vocal Music Boosters!  WVMB will meet today, Monday, October 6th, at 6:30 p.m. in the high school teachers’ lounge.  All choral parents are welcome to attend.  Hope to see you there!

 

Picture Retakes:  October 6

 

Girls Golf – Regional Practice @ Lincoln – Bus leaves at 3:10, dismiss at 3:00

 

Boys Golf – Regional Practice @ Greenview – Van at 2:50, dismiss 2:40

 

5:00 pm - Boys Soccer vs Carlinville High School

 

6:00 pm - Junior Varsity Football @ Pittsfield High School – Bus leaves 3:30 pm

 

6:00 pm - Volleyball @ Athens High School – Bus leaves 4:50 pm

 

Tuesday, October 7:

 

Lunch:  French toast sticks & sausage links or Egg & cheese flatbread, seasoned potato wedges, orange slices, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, ½ pint of milk

 

Boys Basketball:  Open gyms for boys basketball will start on Tuesday October 7th from 3:30-5:00 p.m.  Please make sure you have an updated physical and insurance waiver turned in prior to participating!

 

There will be a S.A.V.E. meeting after school in Mrs. Lorton's room until 4 pm.

 

4:15 pm - Cross Country @ Franklin High School (Franklin/Rushville Flighted Invite @ Franklin ) – Bus leaves at 2:00, dismiss 1:50

 

4:30 pm - Boys Varsity Soccer @ Bloomington Central Catholic High School (+ JV @ Sale Barn Soccer Field) – Bus leaves at 2:50, dismiss 2:40

 

6:15 pm - Volleyball @ Lutheran High School – Bus leaves TBA

 

Boys Golf Regional – Van leaves 7:30 AM

 

Wednesday, October 8:

 

Lunch:  Mini corn dogs or Crispy fish sticks, honey cornbread, sweet baked beans, diced mango, juice cup, ½ pint of milk

 

8:00 am - Capital Area Education Fair

 

Girls Regional Golf @ Lincoln – Van leaves 8:00 am

 

4:30 pm - Boys Varsity Soccer @ Stanford-Olympia (Varsity Only) (Moved from 9/15/14) – Bus leaves 2:50, dismiss 2:40 pm

 

7:00 pm - All WHS Choirs/Jazz Band Concert at WJHS Fine Arts Center

 

Youth and Government students: Meeting with the Fannie May representative immediately after school on Wednesday, Oct. 8 in Ms. Faloon-Sullivan's room. It won't take long, and he brings SAMPLES!

 

Thursday, October 9:

 

Lunch:  Hot ham & cheese sandwich or BBQ shredded chicken sandwich, sliced tomato, tater tots, red pepper strips with Ranch, mixed fruit, ½ pint of milk

 

The Writers' Reading Club will meet Thursday, Oct. 9, to discuss the story "The Veldt." The meeting will be in Dr. Morrissey's room, 215, from about 3:25 to 4:00. The story is available in a folder outside his room. There's also a Creative Writing Prompt based on the story, but students may write on the prompt even if they can't attend the meeting.  See Dr. Morrissey or Mrs. Flammini with questions.

 

5:30pm - Boys Varsity Soccer @ Lincolnwood High School (+JV) – Bus leaves 3:50

 

6:00pm - Freshman Football vs Pittsfield High School

 

Friday, October 10:

 

No School -  Teachers Institute

 

7:00pm - Varsity Football @ Porta High School – Bus leaves 5:00, Cheerleader at 5:30 pm

 

Saturday, October 11:

 

10:00am - Cross Country @ Liberty High School – Bus leaves 6:45, dismiss 6:35

 

General Announcements:

 

Lincoln Community High School's Annual College Night will be held October 16 from 6:00pm-7:30pm. This event is open to all high school students and their parents. The evening begins with a financial aid presentation followed by a college fair featuring over 35 college representatives and military recruiters. This is a great opportunity to gain valuable information in one location regarding the next step after high school. 

 

Better Prep Success ACT Online Video Class: This online course is now available year round at a price of $199. Students who register by December 31st and use a coupon code provided by their guidance counselor will receive $50 off! Please visit BetterPrepSuccess.com for more information or stop by the guidance office. 

 

One Scholarship Endless Opportunities: Check out the guidance webpage or www.horatioalger.org/scholarships for details. Deadline to apply is October 25. 

 

Discover Duke: Thursday, October 23 at 7pm in St. Louis Missouri-meet with Duke admission officers and learn about financial aid opportunities. Please register at admiss.ugrad.duke.edu/discover-duke

 

Volunteer Opportunities –

Capitol Radio Group—Zoolie Ghoulie at Henson Robinson Zoo

For anyone needing community service hours, the Capitol Radio Group is sponsoring Zoolie Ghoulie at Henson Robinson Zoo from 1:00-5:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 18 and 25, 2014, and Sunday, October 19 and 26, 2014. If anyone is interested, please see Mr. Martens.

 

 

Parent-Teacher Conferences: WHS is once again using Sign-Up Genius for parents to reserve Parent-Teacher Conferences with each of their student’s teachers.  Ten minute slots are available on the following days:

·                     November 6th:  12:30-3:30 PM, 4:00-8:00 PM

·                     November 7th : 8:00 – 11:00 AM

Click on the following link to sign-up:

 

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c44a9ae29a1fb6-2014

 

Once you sign in, scroll down the list to find the teacher you’d like to meet with and then choose your time.

 

 

WHS is looking for an outstanding sophomore to represent our high school at the 2015 Hugh O'Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Seminar.  Each year HOBY empowers 9,000 high school students to excel as leaders and innovators. Sophomores who are interested in advancing their leadership skills should see a guidance counselor to apply for this competitive opportunity. Find out more at: http://www.hoby.org/

 

SIUE would like to invite prospective students to the School of Nursing’s “Explore Nursing Academic Excellence Day”.  This event will highlight a variety of nursing programs at the college including: Baccalaureate, Accelerated BN to BS, Master’s DNP, and Post-Master’s DNP. Faculty will highlight specialty areas such as pediatrics, flight nursing, nurse anesthesia, etc. A campus tour will also be offered.  Pre-registration for the event is online at:
www.siue.edu/admissions/visit

 

WHS vs. Auburn in “Volley for the Cure”  on Tuesday, Oct. 14th  at the high school gymnasium .  Cancer survivors will be recognized between the JV and Varsity matches. Survivors wishing to participate should contact Michelle Buscher at 494-5475.

 

New Scholarships have been posted on the guidance webpage:

The Stokes Educational Scholarship Program is open to high school seniors planning on majoring in computer science or computer/electrical engineering. Recipients will attend college full-time, then work during the summer at National Security Agency (NSA) for 12 weeks in areas that are related to your course of study. You’ll acquire real-world experience and receive a year-round salary.  Applications and due November 15th. For more information visit: https://www.nsa.gov/careers/jobs_search_apply/index.shtml

 

The Stone Seed Group is offering eighteen $1,000 We Know Illinois Agriculture Scholarships to high school seniors. Applicants will write a 250 word essay on agriculture. For more information visit: http://www.stoneseed.com/EssayContest/Pages/default.aspx Applications are due Nov 30th

 

The IEA-NEA Scholarship: This scholarship is open to all children/legal wards of IEA-NEA members. All children are eligible to apply as long as they plan to pursue a career in teaching & have at least one parent who is a dues paying IEA-NEA member. To be considered for the 2015-2016 school year scholarship program, all applications & supporting documents must be postmarked by December 4th. Applications are available at: http://www.ieanea.org/2014/08/13/iea-education-scholarship/

 

Elks Most Valuable Student: This program is highly competitive. Requirements include high level of academic achievement, high level of community & school involvement, & proven level of financial need. Application deadline is December 5th. Applications can be downloaded at: http://www.elks.org/ENF/scholars/mvs.cfm

 

Greenhouse Scholars is looking for applicants who demonstrate values of leadership, community, accountability, and relentlessness. Eligible applicants must have a 3.5 GPA and demonstrate financial need (household income less than $70,000). For more information visit: www.greenhousescholars.org Apply by Dec 8th

 

The AXA Achievement Scholarship is now available online at: https://us.axa.com/axa-foundation/AXA-achievement-scholarship.html. This program is offered in association with U.S. News and World Report Awards of $10,000-$25,000. Only the first 10,000 Applications will be accepted. (apply early) Due Dec 15th.

 

The 2015 NFBI Young Entrepreneur Award is looking for seniors who have had involvement in small business. Applicants should submit a 1,000 word essay describing their entrepreneurial experience and involvement in small business. Apply by December 18th. Applications are available online at: http://www.NFIB.com/YEA

 

Missing Computer Usage/Handbook/Field Trip Form:

 

Last

First

Grade


Asper

Brian

12

Fish

Ashley

12

Garrett

Alena

12

Hickman

Luke

12

Keenan

Drew

12

Manley

Parker

10

McGregor

Luke

9

McLaughlin

Andrew

9

Payne

Isaac

12

Skeels

Brianna

12

Timm

Alec

9

Ushman

Melissa

10

Watson

Katharine

9

Weiss

Thomas

12

Witts

Shelby

12