Daily Bulletin Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Today’s Breakfast: Breakfast sandwich, low or fat free milk.
Today’s Lunch: Beefy taco salad or ham and cheese melt, brown rice, steamed corn, blueberries and milk.
Learning is a gift. Even when pain is your teacher.
Cell phones and electronic devices may not be used in the hallways. Headphones should not be visible while in the hallways.
Vocal Jazz will rehearse tomorrow at 7:45 AM.
Baseball practice today will be at 6PM in old gym.
If you are going on the NHS trip to NYC you need to turn in your permission slips immediately to Mrs. Sheldon.
Junior high girls’ basketball players should report to the elementary school today between 5 and 5:15 for the game.
The Leo Club will be working on blankets for Project Linus in the library 9th period today. We still are in need of volunteers to work at the craft table for Thon. Sign up on the bulletin board.
Attention FBLA members – If you wish to place an order for a T-shirt, please see Mrs. Doerner by the end of the day – orders will be placed by the end of the week.
FBLA members are needed to sell refreshments for the musical March 12-14. Working at the musical will help pay for the white-water rafting trip or the Segway tour at states. Please see Mrs. Doerner by Friday if you would like to assist.
Junior High Scholarship Challenge will practice today. This is the last practice before our competition, so please make every effort to be there.
Any Mini-THONNER interested in playing in a 3 on 3 basketball tournament, please sign up for a team in Mrs. Morningstar’s room by tomorrow.
A representative from Lackawanna College will be at Wyalusing on Thursday, March 12th to register students for Dual Enrollment courses in Accounting, Trig and Algebra 2. Students planning to sign up to earn Dual Enrollment credit must bring full payment for their course or courses on the 12th. If you have questions, please see your Guidance Counselor.
The registration deadline for AP Exams is Friday, March 13th. WVHS students are eligible for a test discount of $41.00 per exam.
Attention all Junior and Senior High Band Students:
Please note that this week Thursday is dedicated to make-up labs. If there are ANY requirements you need to perform or you need any help, make an appointment in advance with Mr. Himes for periods on Thursday.
Senior High Band Students: your first payment for the spring trip is due by Friday. Submit payments to Mrs. Sheldon by then. Failure to do so may result in you not going on the trip.
Any boy or girl interested in participating in the Mr. or Miss Mini-Thon competition, please sign up in Mrs. Morningstar’s room by today.
One ticket has come available for the NHS trip to New York City. Please see Mrs. Morningstar ASAP if you are interested.
If you want to be on the Troy Fair Junior Board please stop in the front office for an application.
There will be a meeting for any juniors interested in joining prom committee Thursday 9th period in the art room.
The FOR Club will be sponsoring a spirit week this week for Mini-THON:
Wednesday is dress-up day
Thursday is PSU (Blue and White Day)
Friday is Neon Day
Mansfield University will be visiting March 11th. Any Junior or senior wishing to visit with Dave, please sign up in the Guidance Office.
Reminder: The Junior-Senior Prom is taking place Saturday, April 25th, at St. Basil’s in Dushore. Students must be in grades 10-12 and no one over the age of 20 may attend. In order for a 10th grade student to attend they must be invited by a junior or senior. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Case for more information.
The vending machines by the shop are off limits to students during the school day including 9th period. The only exception is students who are leaving the building before the end of the day for a school activity.
Mini-THON merchandise will be on sale during lunch periods. 100% of the proceeds go directly to the Four Diamonds fund.
Juniors, there are only 19 school days left until your senior project proposals are due. For each day it is late, one hour will be added. Please see Mrs. Goodman in the office any morning from 8:00 until after breakfast and most 9th periods.
Those who are eating breakfast may report to the cafeteria at this time.