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APRIL 11, THURSDAY - TODAY IS A DAY 4
THURSDAY, APRIL 11 – TODAY IS A DAY 4
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
If you would like to attend one of these sessions, please see the counseling office for a pass.
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.
Don't miss the MAIN event! Registration for the 18th annual Jim Schoemehl Run is now open! Visit the website or grab a form outside of room 248 E." Thank you for your help!
Reminder for those who signed up for day of silence TOMORROW - please wear your buttons if you have chosen to participate.
THIS SATURDAY, the Webster Groves School District's Wellness Committee will be hosting its first Health and Wellness Event on April 13. The event will take place at Edgar Road Elementary school from 9am-noon. All district families and community members are encouraged to attend this FREE event, no RSVP or sign up needed.
You won't want to miss the 2 Keynote speakers from 9am-9:45am, discussing both Opioids and Addiction as well as the 5 basic physiological functions that can help your mental health. Children/Students are more than welcome to come and listen to either speaker's presentation with their family.
From 10am-noon, there will be breakout sessions and resource tables from community organizations, free raffle/giveaways, physical activities for families and kids to participate in together and free food! All sessions and tables are centered around various health and wellness topics. Kids are welcome to attend any breakout session with their parents or can explore the resource tables and play family games with a parent.
Who is coming and what are the free raffle items? Check the following link to see all the resource tables and presentations for the event, as well as a list of the raffle items. https://bit.ly/2I1anBq
Please keep spreading the word to neighbors and friends! If you have any questions please free to contact Dr. Betsy Moppert, Wellness Event Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Looking for volunteer hours for A + or Statesman Service Hours? Camp Invention at Steger is in need of volunteers to help run a fun and interactive camp for their campers this summer.
If you received a 3.8 or higher gpa for 1st semester, please see Mrs. Cotner in the Main Office to pick up your free Cardinal tickets voucher.
Prom will be held on Saturday, April 27 from 8-11 at Hilton @ the Ballpark. Outside guest forms are now available in the activities office. Tickets will go on sale next Monday, April 15 before school, during both lunches and after school. All fines/fees MUST be paid in order to purchase a prom ticket. Ticket price is $65.00 each.
Seniors: If you didn’t pick up your free senior t-shirt at senior breakfast, courtesy of the parents club, they are in the activities office.
Seniors - Please RSVP to the senior party. The link is in your school email. The RSVP function was fixed on 3/30. If you did NOT receive a subsequent email from eventbrite containing your ticket, then you must RSVP again.
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.
- 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 April 24.
- Student Council class meetings take place every other Wednesday after school @ 2:45pm (next meeting is: April 17):
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.
- The Mindful Eating Club meets on Thursday’s after school from 2:40-3:15 in room 206.
- The Creative Writing Club meets every Thursday after school in Room 334A.
- Tea club meets Friday morning in 272. All are welcome.
- Economics Club meets every Friday after school in room 357.
Congratulations to the boys’ track and field team on taking 2nd at the Kirkwood JV meet yesterday. Parker Bont won the mile, Evan Schneider won the 2 mile, Stephen Cooper won the 800, and the 4x800 relay won. We had many other medalists as well – congrats on a great meet!
TODAY’S ATHLETIC EVENTS:
Boys Golf (Varsity @ Fox, 3:30 @ the Legends)
Boys & Girls Varsity Track @ Parkway Central Henle Holmes Invitational 4:00
Boys Volleyball vs. St. Mary’s, Roberts Gym (JV 4:30) (Varsity 5:30)
Girls Lacrosse @ Kirkwood (Varsity 4:15) (JV 5:30)
JV Baseball @ Pattonville 4:15
YESTERDAY’S REPORTED RESULTS:
Boys Golf (JV @ the Fox Tournament) (Varsity vs. Clayton/Whitfield) JV place 3rd in the Fox tournament as a team……led by 2 freshmen---Max Boland won the event and Ben Allison placed 5th overall. Thomas, Adam, Julien and Jackson were also playing at the event.
Varsity was able to beat both Clayton and Whitfield at Gateway yesterday, led by Will Ireland who shot +2 and was match medalist.
Boys & Girls Track - Congratulations to the boys’ track and field team on taking 2nd at the Kirkwood JV meet yesterday. Parker Bont won the mile, Evan Schneider won the 2 mile, Stephen Cooper won the 800, and the 4x800 relay won. We had many other medalists as well – congrats on a great meet!
Baseball (Varsity beat Pattonville) (FR lost to SLUH)
Boys Volleyball @ Fox (JV) (Varsity won in two sets)
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Monmouth College offers summer opportunities for rising juniors and seniors on their campus in Monmouth, IL. Dates of the Scholars Academy at Monmouth are June 16-28, 2019. If interested in this chance to experience life on a college campus, studying new and interesting classes, see your counselor.
Need help staying warm? Think summer! WGSD summer programming will run from May 30 through July 3, 2019. More information about elementary, Adventure Club, middle school and high school offerings will be available late January/early February.
Rock Hill Public Library is
Seeking Teen Volunteers for Summer
Ages 13-17 and looking for a great way to get involved
In your community this summer.
Stop by the library at 9811 Manchester Rd and fill out
An application or call 314-962-4723 for details
The Ollie Hinkle Heart Foundation is looking for 20 student volunteers for an upcoming event at the Magic House. Volunteers will help kids with congenital heart defects have fun at the Magic House while their parents attend educational forums. These kids rarely, if ever, get to go to the Magic House because of their conditions so they are all super excited to have the whole place to themselves! Nurses will be there as well just in case. Want to volunteer? See Ms. Verstraete in the counseling center.