WHS Daily Bulletin



Monday, May 13:


Lunch: Cinnamon French toast or Bacon/egg/cheese pizza, sausage link, cheesy roasted potatoes, mandarin oranges, cinnamon grahams, choice of milk


Student “dance only” tickets for the Jazz Dinner on May 18th will be available to purchase during both lunch shifts Monday and Wednesday. They are $5 and include a cupcake. Dance only tickets will not be admitted until 6:30 pm after dinner is served.


5:30pm - Track & Field @ Chatham-Glenwood High School (Capitol Area Honor Roll Meet @ Glenwood) – Bus leaves 3:30pm


7:00pm – Piano Recital - Cafeteria


Tuesday, May 14:


Lunch:  Chicken BBQ quesadillas or Toasted cheese sandwich, homemade chili, mini saltine crackers, baby carrots, pineapple chunks, choice of milk


6:00pm - WHS Fine Arts Night @ Sherman Municipal Park

6:30pm - Varsity Softball vs New Berlin High School (IHSA 2A Regional Semi-Final @ Pittsfield) – Bus leaves 3:10pm, please dismiss 3:00pm


Wednesday, May 15:


Lunch:  BBQ rib sandwich (beef or pork) or Spicy chicken sandwich, macaroni & cheese, sweet red pepper strips, warm cinnamon apples, fruit slushie, choice of milk


7:00 pm - Dedication ceremony for Adam Clack will be held at the Sherman Village Park.  A bench and tree will be placed in his memory. The dedication will also include music, a few speeches, and a lantern launch.


Boys Track & Field @ IHSA 1A Boys Track Sectional @ Lewistown – Bus leaves 1:45pm, please dismiss 1:35pm


4:30pm - Varsity Baseball vs IHSA 2A Regional Semi-Final


Thursday, May 16:


Lunch:  Taco nachos or Pork carnitas, buttered corn, cheesy refried beans, diced peaches, cinnamon pretzel, choice of milk


Honors Night Program – May 16, 2019 – 6:00pm in the WHS Gym


4:30pm - Varsity Baseball vs IHSA 2A Regional Semi-Final


Friday, May 17:


Lunch: Baked cheese spaghetti or Cheese pizza pie, sweetened sliced carrots, diced pears, fresh-baked cookie, choice of milk


Saturday, May 18:


11:00am - Varsity Baseball vs IHSA 2A Regional Final

5:00pm - Jazz Band - Dinner @ WJHS


General Announcements:


Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) meets every Friday morning at 7:26am in Mr. O'Connor's room. Join us for food, fun, and a Bible study. Anyone is welcome


Congratulations to Providence Andrews – May Student of the Month!


Baccalaureate Bash – Sunday, May 19 from 5:00-7:00pm – Williamsville Christian Church – Food, Games, Bonfire, Senior Recognition.  Sign up in the office


Nelson Resource Center is offering a "pay what you can" option for ACT preparation: Summer ACT Test Prep--Students or parents may go to nelsonresourcecenter.org to register. Flyers are available in the guidance office


Nelson Resource Center Summer ACT Bootcamp Intensive Study: program for students who previously took the ACT and scored a composite of at least 25. Register by May 1 and save $100.  More details at nelsonresourcecenter.org. Cost is $400. 


Still trying to figure out a career plan?--Lincoln Land Community College and the Capital City Training Center offering several health related career programs; massage therapy, dental assisting, phlebotomy, veterinary assistant, and CNA. Please visit www.llcc.edu/cctc for more information! Flyers are available in the guidance office. 


LLCC Health Care Expo scheduled for Thursday, May 23 from 6-8 pm. beginning in the Trutter Center. Prospective students will learn about the wide variety of health care degree, certificate opportunities. The event will include tours of LLCC's health professions labs along with presentations and opportunities to speak with health care program directors.   To Register, please visit https://www.llcc.edu/explore-llcc/visit/healthcare-expo/



now-hiring[1]NOW HIRING!! Express Temporary Services is currently hiring for summer help!  If you are interested in a summer job from June 10 through July 26 8-4:30 M-F, contact the Express office at 217-528-3000 asap or apply online at http://springfieldil.expresspros.com and reference Camp Compass summer job with kids.  Pay ranges from $10-$13/hr.  Must be 18, (by June 10).


Reynold's Drilling (Water well drillers) HIRING:  Looking for graduating seniors that may not particularly be college bound but seeking employment in a trade.  Looking to hire full-time employees.  Would help them obtain CDL and teach them job skills such as welding, truck driving, and engine repair.  Contact Doug and Reynold's Drilling-8172 State Route 54-Riverton, IL 217-629-7860.  


McDonald's is hiring!  Open to students 16 years of age and older.  Please call 217-698-9103 ext 26 and leave your name, age, and contact information and a McGraw Family McDonald's representative will contact you!  Each location also has open interviews every Tuesday from 2-4pm!


Produce Farm – If you are interested in a summer job on a produce farm, sign up in the office to work for Coach Hodgson!



Volunteer Information

Please see Mr. Martens if you are interested in any of these opportunities



The Williamsville Community Foundation is looking for volunteers to assist with their Quarter Auctions to benefit different charities.  They need help on the second Thursday of every month from 5:30-8:30 p.m. to work concessions during the auctions and on the Wednesday before the auctions from 5:00-6:00 p.m. to set up chairs and tables.  The Quarter Auctions will take place at the Williamsville Community Center.




Volunteers are being sought by the Lincoln Land Down Syndrome Society to assist with childcare during membership meetings.  Upcoming meeting dates are Thursday, June 13, 2019 and Thursday, July 11, 2019.  Meetings are held at Erin’s Pavilion at Edwin Watts Southwind Park.  Volunteers would need to arrive by 5:45 p.m. and stay until approximately 7:30 p.m.  Four volunteers are needed for each meeting.



The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield is looking for volunteers to assist as a History Detective.  Volunteers will be needed to facilitate a children’s scavenger hunt in the museum during summer Break in June and July.  Volunteers will need to work a four-hour shift, either from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., on any day of their choice during those timeframes.



The Village of Williamsville is looking for volunteers to help put flags on the graves of veterans on Saturday, May 25, 2019.  They are looking for four volunteers.  Volunteers will meet at McDonald’s at 8:00 a.m. and will be needed for about three (3) hours.


Second Semester Exam Schedule


May 31


June 3



June 4

Early Bird Exam – Part 1*

8:18-9:03 a.m.

Early Bird Exam – Part 2*


8:26-9:56 a.m.

3rd Hour Exam

1st Hour Exam

9:07-10:37 a.m.

2nd Hour Exam


10:00-11:30 a.m.

4th Hour Exam

Early Lunch

5th Hour Exam

10:37-11:07 a.m.

11:11-12:41 p.m.

Early Lunch

7th Hour Exam




5th Hour Exam

Late Lunch

10:41-12:11 p.m.

12:11-12:41 p.m.

7th Hour Exam

Late Lunch




6th Hour Exam

12:45-2:15 p.m.

8th Hour Exam






Exams will start promptly at 9:07 on Day 1 and 2 of exams and at 8:26 on Day 3.  Students only need to be present for their semester exams.  If you leave between exams you MUST sign out in the office before leaving.  You should arrive promptly to class for your next exam.  You will not be granted extra time if you arrive late.  Students that do not drive should arrange rides with parents, grandparents, etc. if they want to leave between exams.  If you do not have a ride you should report to your next exam or resource even if opting out of the exam.


**Students are not allowed to leave for lunch only…it is not an open campus in regard to lunch.**


At no time during the day are students allowed to go to the junior high or the parking lot.  The only exception is if a student if picking up a sibling.  If you leave after an exam you must leave campus.  You will not be allowed to stay in the hallways, library, etc.  


All students:  You must stay in class until your last exam is over; you cannot leave in the middle of an exam period on Days 1 and 2.  On day 3 you may exit the building quietly as soon as you finish your last exam.  If you do not have a ride or you ride the bus you must stay in class until the bell rings. 


A study period may be utilized on Days 1 and 2 during the Early Bird Exam period.  You may visit the teacher of your choice during the study period. 


Students that do not have a ride or need to ride the bus after school should report to the gym at 2:15 on Days 1 and 2.  You will not be allowed to stay in the hallways, library, etc.  


On June 3, The following teachers will have the designated lunch times since they normally have lunch duty or prep:

Gudwien – EL                    Whitten – LL     

Surbeck – EL                       Hendrickson – LL

Doerfler – EL