JV/V B BB @ Mtn. Grove..6:00 (Bus leaves at 4:30)
- Breakfast. . .Biscuits, Jelly & Cereal
- Lunch. . . Burrito, Corn, Broccoli, Orange
- Salad Bar. . .Cheese Stick, Granola Bar, Fruit
- Breakfast. . .Waffles, Syrup & Cereal
- Lunch. . .Chicken & Noodles, Green Beans, Peaches, Breadstick
- Salad Bar. . .Cottage Cheese, Breadstick, Fruit
GAP Meetings 11:15-12:00
JV/V G BB @ Liberty..6:00 (Bus leaves at 4:30)
- Breakfast. . .Breakfast Pizza & Cereal
- Lunch. . Pizza Dippers, Salad/Tomato, Strawberries, Yogurt
- Salad Bar. . .Boiled Eggs, Cookie & Fruit
Red Carpet Day @ MSU-West Plains..8:45-2:30
JV/V B BB @ Cabool..6:00 (Bus leaves at 4:45)
- Breakfast. . . Cinnamon Toast & Oatmeal
- Lunch. . . Grilled Cheese, Tomato Soup, Baked Apples, Ice Cream
- Salad Bar. . .Cheesy Pretzels & Fruit
SCA Honor Band Clinic & Concert
1. Hallway Music:
TODAY - Student Requests
Wednesday - Inspirational
Thursday - Throwback: 1977
Friday - Student Requests
2. Club Meetings. . .
TODAY Boys tennis meeting for anyone interested in playing tennis this spring. Meeting will be during both lunches in Dr. Cox’s room.
3. Seniors: Last chance! Get your senior picture for the yearbook to Ms. Spencer by 3:00 pm TODAY if you want a picture besides the Lifetouch picture in the yearbook.
4. Seniors--don't forget, research paper revisions are due by 3:00 pm TODAY. Please do not interrupt Ms. Spencer's classes to turn them in.
5. Juniors--if you were absent yesterday, the final draft of your research papers are due TODAY.
6. Willow Springs FBLA attended District 14 Leadership Conference on Friday, January 27. Below are the results from our competitions.
• Devin Perkins: 1st in Personal Finance, 2nd in Healthcare Administration, 3rd in Insurance and Risk Management
• Andy Carda: 5th in Cyber Security
• Megan Murphy: 4th in Spreadsheet Applications and 7th in Healthcare Administration
• Hannah Wallace: 7th in Agribusiness and 8th in Cyber Security
• Dena Burmingham: 7th in Journalism
• Rebekah Davis: 9th in Personal Finance
• Aamir Tisaker: 9th in Accounting
• Courtney Ford and Lacey Bell: 2nd in Entrepreneurship
• Courtney Ford, Rebekah Davis, and Aamir Tisaker: 5th in Business Ethics
7. Sophomores: If you are interested in possibly attending SCCC (vo-tech) your junior and senior year, you will have an opportunity to tour their facilities and learn more about their programs on Thursday, February 9. Keep in mind, you will NOT be allowed to attend SCCC if you have lost any credits your freshmen or sophomore years. You MUST have 16 credits earned in order to enroll. The programs offered at SCCC include:
• Auto Collision
• Auto Mechanics
• Commercial Art and Advertising (Creative Design)
• Culinary Arts (Foods)
• Health Science (Nursing)
• Pharmacy Tech (Seniors only - would take Health Science junior year)
The bus will leave at 8:15 for the tour and presentation. Plan to bring money to purchase your lunch afterward. If you would like to attend the tour, please sign the list on Mrs. Munson's door by Friday, February 3rd.
8. Photography enthusiasts, school website is in need of some quality photos of the front of each school building. We need photos of HS, MS, elementary, new gym. Best photos will be awarded top three prizes of $15/$10/$5 in cold hard cash. Please submit them to email@example.com. No students should be in any of the photos. The school will have the rights to these photos upon submission. Thanks for your help!
9. Are you a magician? Because when I look at you, everyone else disappears...
Valentine Grams are back! For just $1 you can send a Valentine Gram to anyone on campus. On sale at lunch in the Bears Den or see Mrs. Brower. If you send them to the elementary, please know the name of the student's teacher. This fundraiser helps pay for project prom so help support this great event.
10. Big Buck Bonanza: On February 4th in Grimes Auditorium we are holding a fundraiser to benefit Bears for a Better Christmas. This event includes a chili supper at $5 per person and sign up for door prizes including clothing from Head Hunters and The Crush, trail camera, ground blind, and deer mineral. Also, a guest appearance by Randy Birdsong from Head Hunters TV and prizes for the biggest buck in each category. This will be a fun night!
***Mrs. Brower is looking for 5 students to help serve dinner and drinks at this event- this would be a great chance to get some community service hours!
11. BULLYING-FREE SPIRIT WEEK
TODAY – “Bully free from our head to our toes”
Wear hats and crazy socks
WEDNESDAY – “Put Bullying to bed”
THURSDAY – “I’d rather be an “occupation” than a bully”
Choose a profession or career and dress accordingly
FRIDAY – “Our school believes, achieves and succeeds in being bully-free”
Wear maroon and white
12. Bullying has three distinguishing characteristics, its intentional, it takes place more than once, and there is an imbalance of power between the bully and the victim.