Monday, September 21st


How does $1 million sound? Pretty good, right? Did you know that someone with a college degree will earn, on average, $1 million more over a lifetime than someone with just a high school diploma? It’s never too early to start planning for education beyond high school. Visit LearnMoreIndiana.org/college to get tips on what you can be doing each year of high school, and keep an eye out for College GO! events happening all week long at school.

Seniors!

Are you aware that you can vote in the November elections if you are 18 years old by November 3rd, 2020? Not sure how? Follow these easy steps!

1. You MUST register by October 5th to vote on November 3rd. To help with fraud, Indiana law does not allow same day registering and voting.

2. Go to the Indiana government site and follow the directions. You will need a valid Indiana Driver's License or a Indiana State Identification Card (which you can get for free at the BMV if you don't have a driver's license)

https://indianavoters.in.gov/

3. Done! You can also use the website to find your polling place, see who is on your ballot, and how to vote with an absentee ballot. Still have questions? Feel free to see Mrs. Myers in C107 and she will gladly help you!

Elections Information:

November 3rd (voting for federal, state, and local position)

Polls are open from 6 am to 6 pm


Wearing a clean mask can help reduce "mascne" or irritation to the face from bacteria passed from a dirty mask to the skin.

I will be offering a mask washing service to students every Friday starting September 25th. How does this work?

  • Every Friday before 11 a.m. you can drop off your mask in the laundry basket located in attendance. *Bring an extra mask with you to wear during the day*

  • There will be a stack of Fabric Labels and a pen for you to attach a label to your mask and write your FULL name on it or First Initial and Last Name if you are cramped for space. Please make sure it is legible! This will keep it from getting lost.

  • Your mask will be washed with hot water and dried on high heat to kill any bacteria.

  • You can pick up your mask at the end of the day in the same location before leaving school. Check the label to make sure you picked up your mask.

  • If this is well received I may add more days to this service.

For those of you washing masks at home:

  • Wash in hot water

  • Ideally you should do this daily to have a clean mask every day

Nurse Kropf

If you liked Harry Potter you don't want to miss our fall show! Tickets are on sale now for Wawasee's fall play, PUFFS! Use this link or purchase them in Mrs. Bonner's room before school.

https://wawaseeperformingarts.ludus.com/index.php?show_id=7426

Sports Results:

The Varsity Football team fell to NorthWood 0-39 Friday night.


Saturday:

The Varsity Boys Soccer team defeated Culver Academy 5-2. Caleb Young, Jace Mishler, Caleb Clevenger, Alejandro Alvarez Alonso and Mason Possell all scored with assists from Camargo, Clevenger, Mishler and Young.


The Varsity Volleyball team hosted an invitational with Elkhart Christian, Whitko, Blackhawk Christian and Garrett. The ladies went 3 and 1 on the day losing to Garrett in the championship match 12-25, 16-25.


The Boys JV Tennis team hosted a NLC invitational with Mishawaka, NorthWood, Goshen, Concord, Warsaw, Plymouth and Northridge. Jay Duncan took 6th place in #1 Singles. Jeb Richey took 6th place in #2 Singles and Will Long took 4th in #3 Singles.


The Girls Golf team competed in the IHSAA Sectional at Stonehenge. The team finished 4th. Congratulations to Taylor Cripe who qualified for regional action.


Sports Schedule:

The Boys Tennis team will host NorthWood. The first serve is at 5:00 pm.


The C and JV Volleyball teams will travel to Clinton Christian School. The C team will serve it up at 5:30 pm and JV will follow.


The Unified Flag Football team will travel to Tippy Valley. The game starts at 6:30 pm.


WCSC Central Office

801 S. Sycamore St.

Syracuse, IN 46567

574.457.3188