HS Bulletin

Wesclin High School

February 1, 2019

 

 

RALLY FOR RAE – the high school is joining other schools and businesses in Clinton County to Rally for Rae Toennies. We will be taking donations at the Tuesday, Feb 5th Boys Basketball game vs Central. If you did not get a chance to donate yet and would like to, please give your donation to your first hour teacher or you can turn it directly in to the office. An eighth grade student at Germantown Elementary, Rae Toennies, has been very ill fighting a serious infection. She has been hospitalized since the end of December. Rae is the niece of one of our Trenton Elementary teachers (Mr. Toennies).

 

Freshly baked Tollhouse Cookies will be sold during Advisory today for a $1.00 donation for Rally for Rae. Gourmet Club members will be coming around to advisories with cookies hot out of the oven!

 

If you have a birthday on 2/1, 2/2 or 2/3 see Kirk at lunch today!

 

Art Club - We have a painting project.  If interested in helping come get a pass from Mrs. Schneidewind for Advisory.  Get the pass before Advisory.

 

TRACK PRACTICE will be starting on February 4. All athletes must have a current athletic physical on file in the office to be able to attend practice. See Mrs. Ranz to make sure your physical is current.

 

GUIDANCE NEWS . . .

Explore Health Sciences Night at Kaskaskia College will be held Wednesday, February 13, from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Kaskaskia College HPC Building. Come and learn more about Dental Assisting, Paramedicine, Physical Therapy Assistant, Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Therapy and Sonography. For more information please contact 618-545-3331.

 

Clinton Co. Electric Cooperative, Inc. is again sponsoring its "Youth to Washington" and "Youth to Springfield" programs this spring.  Clinton Co. Electric will sponsor up to 12 sophomores and juniors whose parents receive their electricity from Clinton Co. Electric to attend an all-expense paid trip to Springfield on Wednesday, April 3rd.  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 Springfield.  Clinton Co. Electric Cooperative will also sponsor 2 of these students to attend a week long all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. from June 14-21st.  See Mrs. Fisher for an application.

 

Murray State University is hosting an Honors Academy June 8-29.  This 3 week enrichment program on the MSU campus will allow students to receive 6 hours of university credit, have the opportunity to take 6 additional free hours during their senior year, and receive a four year $2,000 housing scholarship.  Interested students need to have a 3.5 GPA.  The application deadline is March 1st.  See Mrs. Fisher for more information. 

 

Seniors--the final deadline for Air Force ROTC scholarships is January 31st.  If you have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA and a SAT score of 1240 or above see Mrs. Fisher ASAP if you are interested!

 

 

MENU: Rodeo Burger or Chicken Enchilada or Popcorn Chicken – Tater Tots

 

 

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ATHLETICS

Boys Basketball at Carlyle 6:15. Bus time 5:00.

Saturday

Girls Basketball at Pinckneyville 1:00. Bus time 11:15.

Girls Bowling Regionals at Columbia 9:00 a.m. Departure 7:30 a.m.

Dance Team at Highland IDTA Competition. Bus time 7:00 a.m.

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CALENDAR

 

ACTIVITY

DATE

TIME

LOCATION

Rally for Rae COOKIE SALES

Friday, February 1

Advisory

Advisory classrooms

Rally for Rae/POPCORN DAY

Tuesday, February 5