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APRIL 15, MONDAY - TODAY IS A DAY 6

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

MONDAY, APRIL 15 – TODAY IS A DAY 6

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

COLLEGE VISITS

If you would like to attend one of these sessions, please see the counseling office for a pass.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

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!

 

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.

 

SENIORS

Prom will be held on Saturday, April 27 from 8-11 at Hilton @ the Ballpark. Tickets are on sale now through next Wednesday, April 24 before school, during both lunches and after school in the activities office. Tickets are $65.00 each. All fines/fees MUST be paid in order to purchase a prom ticket. Outside guest forms available. Any non-WGHS student needs to complete an outside guest form. If you are buying a ticket for another WGHS student, please bring their ID or that person with you.

 

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

MONDAY

- Video Game Club meets on Monday’s in room 395 from 2:45-4:00.

 

TUESDAY

- 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.

 

WEDNESDAY

- 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)

 

THURSDAY

- 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.

  

FRIDAY

Tea club meets Friday morning in 272.  All are welcome.

- Economics Club meets every Friday after school in room 357.

 

ATHLETIC

Congratulations to Coach Jay Blossom for being named Missouri Coach of the Year!! A well-deserved honor for a great coach!

 

TODAY’S ATHLETIC EVENTS:

Boys Golf (Varsity hosting the Annual Webster Cup, 8:00am @ Crescent Farms)

Boys Volleyball @ CBC (JV 4:00) (Varsity 5:00)

Baseball vs. Affton 4:15 (Varsity AWAY) (JV Plymouth Field)

Girls Lacrosse @ Eureka (JV 4:30) (Varsity 6:00)

 

YESTERDAY’S REPORTED RESULTS:

Boys & Girls Varsity Track @ Parkway Central Henle Holmes

Girls Soccer vs. Parkway South, Selma Field (JV canceled) (Varsity won 2-0)

Boys Tennis shutout Mehlville winning all 9 of the individual matches.

Baseball vs. Lindbergh (Varsity won 2-0 Tyson James threw a 4 hit shutout with 9 Ks.) (JV AWAY) (FR @ Kirkwood 4:15)

Baseball (Varsity @ Ft. Zumwalt South, 9:00am/11:00am) (FR vs. Lindbergh, 9:00am and vs. Mehlville 11:30@ North Kirkwood Middle) (JV vs. Northwest, 11:00 and 1:00, Plymouth Field)

Boys Volleyball @ Notre Dame, Cape Girardeau (JV won in three) (Varsity won in three 25-22, 20-25, 25-22)

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

ACF (American College Foundation) Visionary Scholarship. Due 5/1/19

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

 

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and your opportunities for growth are endless.

We are looking for dedicated team members to pack, move,

Transport, and assemble customers’ items, all while working

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Growing team!

JOIN OUR TEAM TODAY!

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Now Hiring!

Midwest Pool Management

Apply online at www.midwestpool.com/apply

Or call with questions at 314-432-1313

Positions available:

Managers, Assistant Managers, Head Guards, Lifeguards, Swim lesson instructors,

Pool Attendants, Cashiers, Concessions, Supervisors and more.

 

Now Hiring!

Olivette Parks and Recreation

Summer Camp Leaders

Apply Today:

olivettemo.com/jobs.aspx

 

Six Flags Apply today at sixflagsjobs.com or call (636)938-5300

New rates up to $10.50 an hour

 

Hurricane Harbor Apply today at sixflags.com/jobs

Make up to $9.70 an hour lifeguard training will be provided

 

Six Flags

Caricature Artist Apply today at hartmannsart.com or call (636)565-0005

$10.00 an hour plus commission, paid training and flexible schedule

 

Bethesda Senior Living (Old Orchard) – Server Openings

Apply at Unidine.com or call and leave a message at 314-963-2297

 

Earn While You Learn

Start your career as an Emergency Medical Technician Today

Enroll in our EMT Academy

Abbott EMS

For more information, please contact

Stephanie Wright at 314-678-4102 or

stephanie.wright@amr.net

 

The Old Spaghetti Factory

On Historic Laclede’s Landing

Now Hiring

All Positions Available

Advancement Opportunities

Competitive Benefits and Wages

Apply online at www.osf.com/osf-careers/

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES

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.

 

Summer Thoughts

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. 

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

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.