Anyone interested in taking part in a Marine Biology class in the Florida Keys during spring break should see Mrs. Holsopple in room (A202).
For more information about hosting, click here.
There will be a Science Academic Super Bowl meeting at 7:30 am TOMORROW Friday, November 15 in Mrs. Holsopple's room (A202). Please see Mrs. Holsopple if you have any questions.
Semi Formal tickets are being sold in the cafeteria everyday for the rest of the week! They’re $7 at lunch and they will be $10 at the door. Semi formal is this Saturday, November 16th, in the high school cafeteria! The dance is from 8-11pm
Dollars for Scholars Students,
Krispy Kreme pre-order sales will end TOMORROW. Order forms and money are due by 3:00 p.m. TOMORROW. You are required to sell a minimum of 10 items (any combination of donuts and coffee). Pick up and Delivery will be in The Commons on Thursday, November 21st. Plan to deliver your items that day to assure fresh donuts for your customers. Turn your orders in to Mrs. Baird at the main office no later than TOMORROW. If you need additional order forms, pick one up in the main office. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Coblentz or Mr. Bauer.
This is the final week of Stuff The Bus. We are collecting non-perishable items until TOMORROW. All items collected will be distributed to local food pantries. The Warrior Time Class that collects the most overall and the most per student will win a bowling and pizza party! Mrs. McKinney is challenging all students to at least bring in 1 food item! Can you do it??
Suggested Shopping List:
Cereal Pasta Canned Vegetables
Soup Box Meals (Hamburger Helper) Peanut Butter/Jelly
Canned Fruit Macaroni and Cheese Paper Products
Help us kick off the Christmas season by coming to see Wawasee's production of....
This year we have two students playing Scrooge.
Nick Lesko will be playing Scrooge the opening and closing night and Evan Coblentz will be playing Scrooge in the two middle shows.
The link to purchase tickets is…
Shows are December 6, 8, 13 and 14.
Get your tickets early!!!
93.7 FM The Mix and CPG-TV is looking for students to work with our live boys’ and girls’ basketball games this season. This opportunity will teach you how to use a video camera, video production equipment, and radio equipment during a live broadcast on the radio and our YouTube channel. The best part is you’ll get paid $20.00 per game as well as learn some new skills. You don’t have to be in the Radio/TV class to participate. Stop by the studios next to the Guidance Office and talk to Mr. Van Lue or Mr. Huffman.