Boys Basketball at Houston 5:00
- Breakfast - Donut & Cereal
- Lunch - Crispto, Mac & Cheese, Broccoli, Applesauce
- Breakfast - Waffles & Cereal
- Lunch - Burrito, Corn, Peaches, & Rice Krispy Treat
Girls Basketball at Hartville 6:00
- Breakfast - Breakfast Pizza & Cereal
- Lunch - Pizza Dippers, Green Beans, Grapes, & Cookie
Hallway Music: Today - Super Bowl Halftime Replay
Wednesday - Beatles
Thursday - Throwback: 2003
Friday - Don's Birthday Playlist
Congratulations to Tessa Duddridge and Liliya Dudko for being named to the academic all-state volleyball team.
Congrats to the Student of the Week, Cole Chafin! Cole gets preferred parking this week. Keep up with your grades, come to school, and stay out of trouble and we'll draw again on Friday.
Congratulations to the Power Lifting Team who competed at Fair Grove over the weekend. They received 8th place.
Individual: In their respective weight classes
Bailey Iott - 1st
Liliya Dudko - 2nd
Stephen Hale - 3rd
Congrats to our award winning teacher and students at the 2018 Willow Springs Chamber of Commerce Banquet:
Ms. Tina Spencer - Educator of the Year
Zeke Webb - Youth of the Year
Landon Rodgers - Presidential Award
Fellow Who-vians! The Weeping Angels have arrived...find them and receive a special prize from the Tardis...don't blink! Mr. K.
Quiz bowl meeting in Mr. Hummel's room today during 1st lunch.
A representative from Truman State University will be here today, at 1:00 to visit with interested seniors.
Senior athletes need to turn in your Senior Questionnaire form to Mrs. Pettit by tomorrow. If you lost the form, see Mrs. Pettit for a new one.
Mrs. Miller would like to inform her Biology students, that biscuit and gravy tutoring will be on our next Maroon day, whenever that may be, due to the weather.
Tickets are now on sale for Jace Hutsell’s production of, High School (non) Musical
February 22nd & 23rd tickets are only 6 dollars in advance or 8 at the door!
Reminder : The boys restroom will be closed during classes. The restroom will be open between classes.
Since we will be working on next year's schedule later this month, Mrs. Munson will be including a section in the daily bulletin called: Scheduling 101.
Yesterday’s key point:
Sophomores with a 3.0 GPA or higher may elect not taking American History in order to take the dual credit History 121 and 122 your junior year. Doing so would mean you will need to take both History 121/122 and American Government your junior year.
Today’s key point:
In order to qualify for the A+ Scholarship, you must complete 50 hours of tutoring. We can add that to your schedule as a junior or senior. You can get 50 hours in one semester but may remain in that class more than one semester if desired.
Cardiovascular disease, listed as the underlying cause of death, accounts for nearly 801,000 deaths in the US. That’s about 1 of every 3 deaths in the US. About 2,200 Americans die of cardiovascular disease each day, an average of 1 death every 40 seconds. Today you are receiving two different handouts to help you recognize when someone may be experiencing a cardiovascular incident and what you can do to help them.