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DECEMBER 5, WEDNESDAY - TODAY IS A DAY 5
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5 – TODAY IS A DAY 5
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
If you would like to attend one of these sessions, please see the counseling office for a pass.
Final exams are scheduled for December 18-21. Students will not take finals in Academic Lab, student assistant periods, Peer Tutoring, or Study Hall. A 90-minute final exam will occur in all other classes. On December 18, everyone is expected to be in attendance, as it is a special schedule. On December 19-21, you should not be in the building if you do not have an exam or are not studying in Academic Lab; otherwise, you will be assigned to a supervised study hall. Activity buses are for athletes only. Everyone else should promptly exit the building. Students are also prohibited from going to Hixson.
If you are taking the ACT this Saturday, please remember the following:
- You will need to arrive no later than 7:55 a.m. If you arrive after 8:00 a.m., you will be denied admission to the test.
- You need a photo ID AND admission ticket to be admitted to your test room.
- Please be respectful of others when you are on your breaks, and keep noise to a minimum.
- We no longer accept standbys.
Buy candy cane reindeer (only $1 each) during lunch – send them to family and friends at any school in our district! All profits will be donated to Special Olympics.
Beginning next week Dec 10-13 the library will have extended hours until 5:30pm for “studying with snacks” to allow students a quiet place to prepare for finals. Tutoring will be available and all students are welcome!
Come to the first A Cappella concert of the year this Friday, December 7 at 7pm! A-Ladies and A-Men will perform along with the Mizzou Naturelles featuring 2 WGHS alums. Tickets are $2 for students and $4 for adults. Don’t miss this huge night of a cappella!
Need after-school tutoring? Please see Mrs. Erb in the main office to sign-up for tutoring in the core subject areas. Walk-up after-school tutoring is no longer offered in the Tutoring Center due to lack of interest, but we’re still here to help. Sign-up anytime with Mrs. Erb!
It’s time for the Webster Challenge College Bus Tour. This year we will be traveling with Kirkwood High School to Washington D.C. March 14th -20th to visit colleges and universities along with visiting historical sites. If you would like more information regarding this college bus tour, please stop by office 157. Please know that space is limited.
Volunteers Needed - The Rock Hill Library is very much in need of tutors Tuesdays 3:30-4:30 pm and also for special events like Halloween and Trivia night. Please see Mrs. Winkelmann in Office 157 for contact information.
Earl Collins Foundation/Kiwanis Scholarship. Due date 1/15/19
Quest for Education Scholarship/Vantage Credit Union. Due date 1/18/19
National Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship (2 offerings). Due 1/25/19
Greater St. Lois Mothers of Twins Club, Inc. Scholarship. Due 2/15/19
DAR…Daughters of the American Revolution. Due 2/15/19
ACF (American College Foundation Visionary Scholarship. Due 5/1/19
CLUB / STUCO MEETINGS
- Video Game Club meets on Monday’s in room 395 from 2:45-4:00.
- Pep Club meets on Tuesdays, 7:25 a.m., in room 276.
- The Vegetarian and Vegan Club meets every Tuesday at 7:30am in room 380.
- Art club will meet Tuesdays from 2:35-4pm in room 190.
- Scholar Bowl practice Tuesday afternoon starting at 2:45 in room 200 Chelsea Center.
- Chess Club meets on Wednesday after school in room 356.
- Student Council meets every other Wednesday before and after school in the PV Commons, (next meeting is December 12).
- Student Council class meetings take place every other Wednesday after school @ 2:45pm (next meeting is December 5):
Freshmen meet in the Guidance Center (Verstraete’s office)
Sophomores meet in room 251 (Rutz’s room)
Juniors meet in 217 (Pott’s room)
Seniors meet in FACS room (Maedge’s room)
- History Club will meets every Thursday morning at 7:25 in Chelsea Center room 200.
- Anime Club meets every Thursday after school until 3:30pm in the PD Room by Jr Entrance.
- Scholar Bowl practice Thursday afternoon starting at 2:45 in room 200 Chelsea Center.
- The Mindful Eating Club meets on Thursday’s after school from 2:40-3:15 in room 206.
- Tea club meets Friday morning in 272. All are welcome.
For all boys and girls interested in Track & Field in the spring, there is an informational meeting on Wednesday, December 12th at 2:45 in the Cafeteria. If you are currently in a winter sport, please stop by before your practice and pick up a meet schedule.
Any boys interested in playing baseball this spring….. There will be a baseball informational meeting on Thursday, December 13 after school in the cafeteria.
TODAY’S ATHLETIC EVENTS:
JV and Varsity Wrestling at Pattonville 5:00
YESTERDAY’S REPORTED RESULTS:
Boys Basketball (JV ilost Northwest Tournament) (FR lost to McCluer)
Girls Basketball Home Opener vs. Parkway Central (JV won) (Varsity lost)
For those students that would like A Plus tutoring hours, Hixon Middle School needs tutors from 3:25-4:15 Tuesdays, Weds and Thursdays. Please go to Office 157 for more information.
And how are the children?”
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Contest
Entries Due By December 5, 2018
The Martin Luther King Jr. Community Celebration is pleased to announce its annual “more than just an
essay” contest for children and youth.
This year’s Celebration theme is, “And how are the children?” This traditional Maasai* greeting is usually
answered, “All the children are well.” This is like “Hello. How are you?” and “Fine, thank you.” for us, but
rather than focusing on one person, the focus is on community. Dr. King was very interested in building
strong communities. What is necessary for everyone to be well and to thrive in your community? How are
we doing? What do we do not so well? What do we do well? How can we improve? Children in
Kindergarten - 12th grade are invited to consider and express their answer to the question “And how are
the children?” through an essay, painting, song, drawing, poem, or other art form.
Please make sure to include your name, school or phone number, and grade level. Entries will be assessed according to the following grade-level groupings: Kindergarten, Grades 1-2, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, and Grades 9-12.
Submit your entry no later than December 5, 2018 to:
Webster-Rock Hill Ministries
111 E. Waymire Ave.
Webster Groves, MO 63119
The winner in each grade/category will receive funding for a $50 U.S. Savings Bond. The winning
entrants will be recognized Sunday, January 20, 2019 , at 5:45 pm at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Community Celebration held at Steger Sixth Grade Center. In addition, each visual arts project and
essay will be available for viewing the night of the Celebration.
*The Maasai are a community of people in the country of Tanzania.
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