Lunch: Chicken pot pie over biscuit or Hot dog on bun, baked fries, mixed fruit, fruit juice, Cheez It snack mix, ˝ pint of milk
NHS Service Forms Due today by 3:30 for Junior Members
1:30pm - Track & Field – Pole Vault Only @ (Sangamon County Meet) @ Athens – Bus at 12:30pm, Please dismiss at 12:20pm
4:00pm – Track - Sangamon County Meet – (H)
5:00pm – Girls Soccer @ Maroa – bus leaves 3:05pm, dismiss 2:55pm
6:30pm – Baseball @ Pleasant Plains – Bus leaves 4:45pm
4:30pm – Varsity & JV Softball @ Pleasant Plains – Bus leaves 2:50pm, dismiss 2:40pm
10:00am – BB vs. Southeast (DH)
10:00am – JV Baseball @ St. Teresa HS – Bus leaves 8:00am
10:00 am: WHS vs St. Teresa
12:00 pm: WHS vs Maroa-Forsyth.
10:00am – Varsity & JV Softball @ Morton – Bus leaves 8:00am
7:00pm – Vocal Jazz – Cabaret Night
Freshmen: Please play class dues to Mr. Halford
Sophomores: Please pay class dues to Mr. Martens
Juniors: Please pay class dues to Mrs. Walsh
Seniors – Graduation orders that haven’t been picked up are available in the office. Checks cannot be accepted for payment at this time. We can only accept cash or money orders. If you prefer to pay with credit or debit cards, please call Jostens at 217-483-8989.
Job Opportunity – If you are interested in working with Ted Hodgson on his produce farm this summer, please sign up in the office.
Prom tickets will be sold April 8-11 at lunch. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD THE NIGHT OF PROM!! The cost of each ticket is $25. All class dues must be up to date before a ticket can be purchased. See Mrs. Walsh if you have any questions.
Student Council Applications Available Outside Mrs. Walsh’s Classroom
Ronald McDonald House 5k Glow Run – The local chapter of the Ronald McDonald House Teen Council is sponsoring its 2nd annual 5k Glow Run at Southwind Park on May 5 at 7:00pm. The cost of the race is $30 for adults 18 and older, $20 for students 12-18 years old. You can register via the Ronald McDonald’s website at http://rmhc-centralillinois.org. See Eli Reevis if you have any questions.
Sherman United Methodist Church is updating their kid sitting list for parents. This list is given to parents looking for teens to sit for their kids. If you would like to be included on this list please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the church and leave a voicemail at 496-2338 ext. 8. Please leave your name, contact #, and year in school. Any questions, please contact Carmen Arnberger, Director at the same email and phone listed previously.
Seniors – Graduation practice will be held at WHS on Friday, May 26, 2017 at 9:00AM in the WHS Gym. This is mandatory for all seniors going through the ceremony. Come Hungry … Breakfast will be provided by the Senior Parents immediately following the practice.
Congratulations to the 2017 Prom Court:
Miss Megan Hull & Mr. Kenton Baskett
Miss Rylee Manka & Mr. Zach Dellert
Miss Leah Musselman & Mr. Andrew Roberts
Miss Anni Penk & Mr. Joe Roscetti
Miss Caitlin Rowden & Jacob Sexton
The absolute last day to guarantee a 2017 yearbook is to order by May 18. According to our records, the students listed here have ordered a yearbook. Any questions, contact Mr. Gudwien.
Williamsville’s Healthy Kids’ Running Series - For anyone needing community service hours, the Williamsville’s Healthy Kids’ Running Series is looking for volunteers. They are looking for volunteers to help leading stretches, directing runners along the courses, helping keep kids in order at the finish line, etc. The races take place at the Williamsville Park on Sunday afternoons from April 2 to May 7 (with no races on April 16 because of Easter). Volunteers would need to be at the park from about 3:45-5:30 p.m. Please see Mr. Martens if you are interested or have any other questions.
United Cerebral Palsy – Learning without Limits Day Camp - The United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) offers three different and fun-filled camps for children ages 6 to 21 years old with the support of the United Way. One camp is the Learning without Limits Day Camp. Volunteers are paired with a child who has a disability and accompany that child throughout the day at the camp. As the campers renew friendships, participate in craft activities, utilize the UCP computer lab and go into the community on field trips, the volunteer is a constant companion for the camper. Field trips will be educational and recreational, including visits to historical sites, behind the scenes tours of their favorite stores, and bowling.
A volunteer can sign up for just one week, certain days, or all summer. The Learning without Limits Camp meets at the UCP center for students 6 to 21 years old who have any type of disability. Camp runs Monday thru Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. starting on June 19 and ending on August 11. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Martens.
United Cerebral Palsy – Overnight Camp - The United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) offers three different and fun-filled camps for children ages 6 to 21 years old with the support of the United Way. One camp is the Overnight Camp. Volunteers are paired one-on-one with a camper with a disability. The camp is a unique social opportunity for campers and attendees to enjoy crafts, swimming, interacting with special guests, and meeting new friends. The volunteer “Buddy” is a constant companion throughout camp for all activities. This three-day, two-night camp is the only one of its kind in central Illinois. The UCP Overnight Camp is held in two sessions, one for campers 6-13 years old on Monday, June 5, starting at 8:00 a.m., thru Wednesday, June 7, ending at 11:00 a.m. The other camp is for campers 14-21 years old on Wednesday, June 7, starting at 6:00 p.m., thru Friday, June 9, ending at 4:00 p.m. Both camps will be held at the Springfield Christian Assembly Campground. Volunteers can sign up for one or both sessions of camp. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Martens.
The Center for Youth & Family Solutions - For anyone needing community service hours, the Center for Youth & Family Solutions is seeking volunteers. The Center for Youth & Family Solutions is a social service agency that provides strength-based, family centered social services to youth and their families in need throughout Central Illinois. Currently, the agency serves nearly 700 individuals in Springfield and the surrounding communities. Duties of the volunteers would include assisting with answering phones, greeting clients, performing miscellaneous clerical jobs, assisting with child care, organizing visitation room and foster care clothing closet, and other duties as assigned. If you have any questions and/or would like a volunteer application, please see Mr. Martens.