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Daily Bulletin 9/24/2019
Daily Bulletin 9/24/2019
WHS
Tuesday, September 24, 2019

WATERLOO HIGH SCHOOL   

Daily Bulletin

September 24, 2019

                                                                                                                                                                                

General Announcements

 

Are you interested in earning a free ticket to Post Prom? What about earning a free ticket to Prom? Well now is your chance! Juniors and Seniors will be selling TJ's Pizza to help raise money for Post Prom.  Top five sellers will receive free admission to Post Prom 2020 and a pizza party. Number 1 seller will receive 1 free WHS Prom 2020 ticket. Order forms will be handed out during 6th hour lunch and can also be picked up in the main office. Please contact Mrs. Goeddel D118 with any questions.

 

The following students have books to pick-up in the library:  Gavin Hearren and Drake House

 

Freshman class officers and representatives meet today during lunch in Mrs. Durako's classroom (D205).  Bring your lunch.

There will be a meeting for Spain in 2021 tonight in the Library at 6 pm.  If interested bring your parents. See Sra Koeneman if unable to attend.

Be sure to check the lost and found table in the cafeteria.  There are quite a few items on the table, and any items not claimed will be donated.

Spanish Club members or other students who may still want to join Spanish Club, plan to attend game night today at 3:00.  Then have your parents come to the Spain meeting at 6:00.

 

Science Olympiad will be meeting in Mrs. Durako's Room on Saturday 9/28 at 9 am.  Please RSVP so I can plan for snacks.

The WHS Diversity Club/GSA is celebrating National LGBTQ Ally (pronounced AL-eye) Week this week.  Please take some time to read the signs hanging in the halls with some personal reasons why being or having an ally is important.  Diversity Club will also be sharing a daily statistic, because part of being a good ally is simply educating yourself.  Today's statistic is from The Human Rights Campain’s report, Growing Up LGBT in America, which is a survey of more than 10,000 LGBT-identified youth ages 13-17. This survey showed that 4/10 youth feel that the community they live in is not accepting of LGBTQ people.  Ally Week is about making sure no one feels like that in our WHS community.  Know the facts...Be the change!

Come support the Waterloo School District by participating in the 4th Annual Bulldog Color Run/Walk on September 28th. The race starts at 5:30 pm at the Gardner Soccer Fields. Registration forms can be found online or in any of the school offices. Fees may be paid by check, cash or on WCUSD#5 Webstore at wcusd5.net.   Please issue checks to WCUSD5 Memo Line: Color Run.  Registration is $30.00 for the first 4 family members, 5 or more is $15. Bring the whole family and join the fun!!!

Guidance

 

Oak Hill is looking for volunteers to work their Oktoberfest tomorrow (Wednesday) from 4-7:30. Even if you can't work the entire time, they would appreciate any help.  Sign up is on the Guidance window.

 

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is opening on October 1st.  This is a process we want all senior students to complete.  WHS is hosting a FAFSA Completion Night on October 2nd at 6:30 pm in the Library to help you with this process.  Check your email for the RSVP link.

 

George Weber in Columbia is looking to hire a part time receptionist. Come to Guidance for more information.

 

The military will have a representative at the high school on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 to administer the ASVAB Career Exploration Program at 8:30 am to any Sophomore through Senior who wishes to take it.  This test measures the student’s strengths and weaknesses in English, Math, Science, and technical/vocational areas.  Results are useful in determining a student’s career options.  Interested students need to come to Guidance to sign up by Monday, Sept 30.

 

Hey Juniors! Want to get a head start on doing well on the SAT?  Then sign up NOW to take the PSAT/MNSQT on October 16th.  It's a great, inexpensive way to practice, and you can use your results to create an individualized practice plan on Khan Academy.  If you do really well, you could have the opportunity to receive scholarships based on your score.  To reserve your spot, you must bring a $16 check to put your name on the list in the Guidance office.  Please see your counselor if there is a financial barrier preventing you from signing up.

 

College Visits

University of Kentucky Sept 25th

St. Louis College of Pharmacy Sept 25th

University of Missouri Sept 26th

Quincy University Oct 3rd

University of Nebraska Oct 3rd

Illinois College Oct 4th

Go to the Guidance website to sign up

 

Athletics

 

Congratulations to the Varsity Volleyball team on winning the Belleville East Lancer Tournament on Saturday.

 

The theme for the volleyball game on 9/26 is TIKI NIGHT! Dress up and get down to the game to cheer on the Bulldogs to a victory over Highland.

Boys golf had senior night last night honoring Nate Albrecht, TJ Kassebaum, Connor Bradley, and Aaron Lloyd. All of them have played golf all 4 years.  Hosting Freeburg last night at Acorns Golf Links, Logan DeFosset was low with a 44 as dogs win 189 to 203 to improve record to 8-7.

 

Athletic Events

 

4:00 G Tennis @ Edwardsville

5:00 VB vs Mascoutah

 

Cafeteria

Lines 1 2 5 & 6

Spicy Chicken Patty      Calzone     Turkey Deli

Lines 3 & 4

Pork Stir Fry      Salad Bar

Wednesday’s Breakfast

Sausage Egg Cheese Biscuit