High School Daily Bulletin                                             

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Volleyball meeting Friday, January 26, during Advisory in the gym.


Football meeting Tuesday, January 30, during Advisory in the cafeteria.


Brenna Gall, Caden Brown, Jazmine Kasperzick, and Melanie Wesselmann please stop by the office today.


Gourmet Club - Please check classroom for sign-up sheets.   If we have enough members sign up we will have a coffee bar this Friday.  Also information about Valentine Cookie Gram Sale.


Speed training today after school.


The first day of track practice will be Monday, February 5th.  Make sure you have a physical on file and have your athletic fee paid.


Biology Club will be meeting Thursday, January 25 during advisory in Mr. Weis' room (room 207).


Shop Club will meet on Thursday from 2:50-3:45 p.m.


Diversity Club Feminists will meet on Friday morning at 7:40 a.m. in Room 203.


Scholar Bowl today at Home vs Central


Track and Field Parents meeting Wednesday January 31st at 7:00 pm in the cafeteria


Juniors and Seniors: a representative from McKendree University will be here next Tuesday, January 30 at 2:20 to meet with interested students.  Sign up in the Guidance Office if you would like to attend.


Spanish Club: Tertulia will be meeting in room 207 today during advisory.


Any Volleyball players that played this fall or want to play next fall…there is a meeting in the gym tomorrow, Friday, January 26th during advisory.  Please see Coach Musso if you cannot attend.


We still need some more volunteers for the Special Olympics Basketball Tournament which will be held at Wesclin this Sunday, January 28. If you are interested in volunteering, please sign the list in the office or see Kirk at lunch at lunch.


Seniors stop by the guidance office for new scholarship information if you did not get the new update through google classroom.


Clinton Co. Electric Cooperative is again sponsoring the "Youth to Springfield" and "Youth to Washington" programs.  They will sponsor 12 sophomore or junior students whose parents receive electricity from them to attend an all-expense paid trip to Springfield on April 18th.  During the day students will meet their elected senators and representatives at the Capitol and learn first-hand about the workings of state government.  In addition students will tour the Supreme Court and other historic sites.  Of the 12 students attending 2 will be selected for an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. this summer.  For an application see Mrs. Fisher.


Environmental Club is currently in search for those who care for the environment. We are looking for students who are willing to leave advisory to help assist with removing recycling materials from the classroom recycling bins. For more info find TAYLOR GOOCH or email him at 2019goocht@wesclin.org.



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MENU:  Walking Taco Frito or Hot Turkey & Cheese Melt or 1 Pretzel Bosco w/Cheese Sauce


ATHLETICS: Girls Basketball at home vs Salem









Speed Training

 Thrs, Jan  25



Biology Club Meeting

Thursday, Jan 25


Mr. Weis’ room

Diversity Club Feminists

Friday, Jan 26

7:40 a.m.

Room 203

Volleyball Meeting

Friday, Jan 26



Special Olympics Basketball Tourney

Sunday, Jan 28



Football Meeting

Tuesday, Jan 30



Track Practice Starts

Monday, Feb 5

3:00 p.m.