WHS Daily Bulletin

 

Wednesday,  April 15:

 

Lunch:  Chicken pot pie over biscuit or Chicago hot dog, seasoned green beans, sliced pears, apple juice, ½ pint of milk

 

Seniors:  Jostens will be here on April 15 during lunch shifts to distribute graduation orders.  If you are absent on this day, orders will be left in the office.  Only cash accepted.

 

After Prom Waiver Forms Available In The Office – Everyone attending must have a completed form.  After Prom Committee Members will be here during lunch shifts on April 14-17 to collect the forms and money.

 

The state finalist for the WYSE competition are JR Davidsmeyer, Peter Laudeman, Sara Neale, Julia O'Conner, and Tommy Weiss.  We will be leaving for Champaign on April 15th at 7:15.  See Mrs. Sturgeon if you have questions.

 

4:30pm - Varsity Baseball @ Tri-City High School – Bus leaves at 3:00, dismiss 2:50 pm

 

4:30pm - JV Baseball vs North-Mac

 

5:00pm - Girls Varsity Soccer @ Litchfield High School (+JV)- Bus leaves 2:45, dismiss 2:35 pm

 

Thursday, April 16:

 

Lunch:  Pasta with meat sauce & garlic breadstick or Italian meatball sandwich, strawberry spinach salad, crispy Ranch chick peas, diced mango, ½ pint of milk

 

After Prom Waiver Forms Available In The Office – Everyone attending must have a completed form.  After Prom Committee Members will be here during lunch shifts on April 14-17 to collect the forms and money.

 

Concession Workers:  Termine, Miller, Newton, Dennis

 

S.A.V.E. Club meeting Thursday at 7:45 a.m. and 3:16 p.m. in Mrs. Lorton's room. Please attend one meeting.

 

4:00pm – Girls Track & Field @ Lewiston High School (Lewistown Girls Invite ) – Bus leaves 2:00, please dismiss 1:50 pm

 

4:30pm - Varsity Baseball vs Hartsburg-Emden High School

 

4:30pm - Junior Varsity Baseball @ New Berlin High School – Bus leaves 3:00 pm, dismiss 2:50 pm

 

4:30pm - Girls Varsity Soccer vs Calvary Christian Academy-Normal

 

4:30pm - Varsity Softball vs Downs Tri-Valley High School (+ JV)

 

 

Friday, April 17:

 

Lunch:  Beef & noodles or Cheese quesadilla, buttered broccoli, fresh fruit, chocolate chip mini cookies, ½ pint of milk

 

After Prom Waiver Forms Available In The Office – Everyone attending must have a completed form.  After Prom Committee Members will be here during lunch shifts on April 14-17 to collect the forms and money.

 

IHSA Organizational Contest at Rochester HS

·      Concert Band -  Bus 3:30 PM – Performance 5:00 PM – Auditorium

·      Treble Choir - Bus 4:45 PM – Performance 6:00 PM – Gym

·      Jazz Band Performance:  7:00 PM – Auditorium

·      Mixed Choir - Bus 6:45 PM – Performance 8:00 PM  - Gym

·      Vocal Jazz Performance – 8:40 PM – Gym

 

4:30pm - Varsity Baseball vs Maroa-Forsyth High School (Moved from 3-28-15)

 

Concession Workers:  Bunger, Beggs

 

Saturday, April 18:

 

9:00am – Boys Track & Field @ Pana High School (Pana Open) – Bus leaves 7:45 am

 

1:00pm - Varsity Baseball vs Rochester High School (DH)

 

Concession Workers:  Trent, Bedolli

 

General Announcements:

 

The WJHS Beta Club has established a $250 scholarship fund for previous members. Applications include writing an essay on the impact participation in the WJHS Beta Club has had on your life and detailing your involvement in the club. See the guidance webpage for more details. Due April 24th

 

Attention students and parents grades 8-12, you are invited to attend Glenwood Regional college fair. Just tell them at the door that you are from Williamsville and receive a free gift Also, 8th graders get another special gift!   GHS Regional College Fair Wednesday April 155:30-7 PM in the GHS Commons. Colleges that will be present include the following:  Augustana College, Blackburn College, Bradley U, Central Michigan U, Eastern IL U,  Fashion Institute Design Merchandising, Illinois College, Illinois State U, Illinois Wesleyan U, Illinois Student Assistance Commission, Judson U, Lincoln College, Lindenwood U, LLCC, MacMurray College, Maryville U of Saint Louis, McKendree U, Military (Army & Army National Guard, Marines, Navy, ROTC and Military ROTC Scholarships), Millikin U, Quincy U, Robert Morris U Illinois, Saint Louis U, Southeast Missouri State U, Southern Illinois U Carbondale, Southern IL U Edwardsville, Truman State, U of Illinois Springfield, U Missouri Columbia, U of Missouri St. Louis, U of Spa and Cosmetology Arts, Western IL U.

 

The Think Center is offering several programs over the summer to help ensure that students’ brain cells continue to be stimulated. We are offering Lego Robotics courses, Spanish courses, Chinese courses, math courses, and Reading and Writing courses. Feel free to contact the Think Center at 217-960-0095 or by email at INFO@THINK-CENTER.com. Fliers are available in the guidance office. 

 

Ronald McDonald house charities of central Illinois is putting together a teen council program for Sangamon County. The purpose of this program is to encourage volunteerism and provide civic engagement opportunities. The council members will be between the ages of 15 and 18 who will meet monthly at the Ronald McDonald House. Applications are available in the guidance office. Two students from each local high school will be selected to join the council. Applications must be completed by August 5, 2015.

 

Vocal Music Booster Scholarship – The VMB will be offering a $500 scholarship to a graduating senior. Deadline to apply is April 21. Applications are available in the guidance office. 

 

Better Prep Success June ACT Test Prep Crash Course, Summer classes, and August Crash Course informational fliers are available in the guidance office. 

 

Better Prep Success will be again be offering the popular Special Parent Seminar: College Bound: How to Prepare, Pick, and Pay Less for College in the 21st Century coming up in May. This seminar could help save you thousands in college costs. Information and registration is available online at BetterPrepSuccess.com or the guidance office can provide you with a flyer

 

The University of Illinois Extension office would like to invite 8th-12th graders to participate in their Illini Summer Academies. This unique opportunity allows high school students to work alongside university professors and learn at the college campus. Imagine spending four days exploring many degree programs and studying a specific field of interest during 17 hours of interactive activities. Space is limited and costs vary depending on the program participants choose to enroll in. For more information on registration and dates visit: http://web.extension.illinois.edu/state4h/events/summeracademies/academicInformation.cfm

 

Sherman United Methodist Kids Place would like to update their sitter list for parents.  This list is distributed to Kids Place parents and other community members who ask about reliable sitters in the area.  If you would like to add your name to the list, please email kpattendance@yahoo.com  with the following info:  name, # to reach you, grade in school or age.  If you have submitted your name before, please do so again so that we know that you still wish to be listed.  If you have any questions, please contact Carmen Arnberger, director, at 496-2338 ext. 8.

 

Seniors:  If you didn’t pick up your graduation order at lunch on Wednesday, it is in the office.  Orders with a monetary balance can be paid with cash or money order.  Checks are not accepted.  If you prefer to pay with credit or debit, call Jostens at 217-483-8989.