WHS Daily Bulletin

 

 

Need to see Mrs. Chladny or Mrs. Russell in our Guidance Department? Please make an appointment with them online first. Go to the WHS website, click on Guidance, and then make an appointment!

 

 

Friday, February 26:

 

Lunch: Cinnamon French toast, sausage link, seasoned potato wedges, sliced apples, apple juice, choice of milk 

 

Beat the Blahs Week Dress Up Groovy Tie Dye Hippie

 

6:00 PM

B JV & V BKB

Home

Auburn High School

 

Saturday, February 27:

 

10:00 AM

B FR BKB

Away

Auburn High School Bus leaves 8:35am

 

Monday, March 1:

 

Lunch:, choice of milk 

 

05:30 PM

G JV BKB

Home

Maroa-Forsyth School District

07:00 PM

G V BKB

Home

Maroa-Forsyth School District

 

 

Tuesday, March 2:

 

Lunch:, choice of milk 

 

06:00 PM

B JV BKB

Away

North-Mac

@ Girard Bus leaves 4:15pm

07:30 PM

B V BKB

Away

North-Mac

@ Girard Bus leaves 4:15pm

 

 

Wednesday, March 3:

 

Lunch:, choice of milk 

 

 

06:00 PM

B FR BKB

Home

Lincoln High School

 

 

 

Thursday, March 4:

 

Lunch:, choice of milk 

 

 

06:00 PM

G JV BKB

Home

Petersburg Porta High School

07:30 PM

G V BKB

Home

Petersburg Porta High School

 

 

 

Friday, March 5:

 

Lunch:, choice of milk 

 

06:00 PM

B JV BKB

Home

Riverton High School

07:30 PM

B V BKB

Home

Riverton High School

 

Saturday, March 6:

 

10:00 AM

B FR BKB

Away

Riverton High School, Bus leaves 9:05am

01:00 PM

B JV BKB

Away

Beardstown Middle/Sr. High School Bus leaves 11:10am

02:30 PM

B V BKB

Away

Beardstown Middle/Sr. High School Bus leaves 11:10am

01:00 PM

G JV BKB

Home

Beardstown Middle/Sr. High School

02:30 PM

G V BKB

Home

Beardstown Middle/Sr. High School

 

 

 

General Announcements:

 

WHS Guidelines for Spectators at 20-21 Athletic Events:

In accordance with IDPH, IHSA, and IESA guidelines, the WCUSD #15 Athletic Department has developed the following guidelines for all home events that will occur during redb20210226ing 20-21 school year. It is our goal to hold all scheduled contests for our student-athletes. In order for this to occur, we need the full cooperation of visiting schools, spectators, athletes, coaches, and officials with the requirements that are listed below. Please understand that requirements to conduct athletic events may change and we may be required to change our procedures for hosting events. If there are any changes to these procedures, we will communicate them as quickly as possible.

-It will be the responsibility of the visiting school to certify that their athletes and coaching staff are COVID-19 symptom free prior to arrival.

-All visiting schools must follow the guidelines that have been set forth by the IDPH, IESA, and IHSA in regards to participating in athletic contests. This includes coaches being masked at all times, players wearing masks as per their sport specific guidelines.

-Each athlete and coach will be allowed one guest as long as our region redb20210226s in Phase Four (50 spectators). If we move to Tier One, no spectators will be allowed.

-For high school events, fans will enter the facility at the db20210226 entrance of the high school, located in the front of the building.

-If there are multiple contests occurring for a scheduled event, the gym will be cleared between each event and players will leave with their guest.

-Fans should not arrive any earlier than fifteen minutes prior to the scheduled start of the contests. You will be contacted by a representative from your school when the facility is ready for you to enter; please redb20210226 in your vehicle until that time.

-All spectators will be required to check-in and be certified that they are COVID-19 symptom free; this will include a temperature check. Once checked-in, spectators will be directed to the location for their social distanced seating area.

-Spectators will be required to wear a mask while they are in any WCUSD #15 facility.

-Concessions will not be available but guests of athletes may bring in bottled water.

-Contest officials must wear masks in accordance with IHSA and IESA guidelines.

-Due to locker rooms not being available, all athletes will be expected to arrive dressed and ready to compete, with the exception of their game shoes.

-Cheerleaders from visiting schools will not be allowed to attend

 

Face Coverings: Face coverings will be required for all students, staff and visitors inside the school buildings and on school busses at all times.

 

SAVE Club will meet after school next Wednesday after school in Mrs. Lorton's room. New members are always welcome! We will be making posters for our Start With Hello campaign. 

 

Congratulations to Loren Hahn February Student of the Month!

 

The YMCA is looking for kids (16 and older) who would be interested in being a summer camp counselor for the YMCA.  Please see the link below. 

https://www.applitrack.com/ymcail/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Youth+Development

 

End of 3rd Quarter March 5

 

LIFEGUARD CERTIFICATION AND RECERTIFICATION: PORTA Pool will offer the American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Course April 1 - 3. Participants must be 15 years old by April 3 and must pass a pre-course swim. Attendance at all of the course sessions is required. Lifeguards who are currently certified can also recertify during this course. A detailed schedule will be available soon. Contact Rachel Frost, PORTA Pool Manager, 217/632-4745 or rfrost@porta202.org, for information and to register. 

 

Volunteer Opportunities:

 

If any student is interested in signing up for any of the community service activities below or any new ones as they come out and are not yet a member of the National Honor Society, please sign-up for the "Students Interested in NHS and Community Service - 2020-2021" Google Classroom using the Class Code "ofjll27".  Once you join the Google Classroom, there will be a Google Form to complete to sign-up this year.

 

Williamsville C.U.S.D. #15 Food Service Assistance - The Williamsville C.U.S.D. #15 is looking for volunteers each Monday to assist with their food service.  Volunteers will be needed from 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at Sherman Elementary School.  Volunteers will be able to sign-up to help in 1-hour increments, and they may sign-up for multiple 1-hour increments for each Monday.  Volunteers will be helping bag meals for distribution to students.  Since the volunteers will be working with food production, all hair needs to be restrained. If possible, long hair should be tied back, and everyone MUST wear a hat.  NO STUDENT SHOULD BE MISSING ANY REQUIRED ATTENDANCE FOR THEIR CLASSES, EITHER IN PERSON OR ONLINE, TO COMPLETE THIS COMMUNITY SERVICE.