Warrior Announcements for Thursday, September 17th:.
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)
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!
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 11a.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
Wawasee Student Council is a leadership organization for high school students who possess leadership qualities and are trying to leave a lasting impact on the school/community. The Student Council currently contains over 50 students who plan and orchestrate events around the school and community through the help of fellow students, staff, and community members. Student council is broken up into four separate committees with designated leaders and members assigned to each event, the four committees are the executive, spirit, community, and student/staff committee. The executive committee is made up of the class officers and deals with student concerns, class connections, social media, fundraising, elections, etc. The spirit committee organizes the cheer block, theme days, homecoming, Pow Wow, and semiformal. The community service committee hosts veterans day, the blood drive, relay for life, Special Olympics, and trail clean up. The student/staff committee runs the open house, parent-teacher conferences, tutoring, and so long senior week. Student council is a great opportunity to have a voice within the school while also expanding your leadership experience through the many different events that are hosted. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to Mrs. Myers or any other active student council members. Please click on the Google Form link below if you’re interested in being a part of the Student Council.
Save The Date:
On Saturday, October 31, 2020, Congressman Jim Banks is hosting a Service Academy Day at the Fort Wayne Air National Guard Base, where a comprehensive overview of the U.S. Service Academies and the respective admissions processes will be provided. Students will also have the opportunity to meet with officials from the service academies, Congressman Banks, the Third Congressional District Service Academy Advisory Board, and representatives from Congressman Banks office.
Students of all ages and grades, parents, teachers, and guidance counselors are encouraged to join us to learn about the process and the requirements necessary to apply for nominations to the U.S. Military Academy, the U.S. Naval Academy, the U.S. Air Force Academy, the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.
Attendees may enter the base via the security entrance just east of the airport beginning at 9:30 a.m. To expedite security at the gate all persons attending should RSVP to our office by Friday, October 23 , 2020. To RSVP, email RepBanksAcademies@mail.house.gov and provide the driver’s license number, state of issuance, and the first, middle, and last name for anyone planning to attend.
As you may know, scholarships to a Service Academy are valued at $400,000 for a student. I have enclosed a flyer and an “ad” that can be used on your video screens or in newsletters for you to share with your students. For my office, the Service Academy Application Deadline for the Class of 2025 (high school class 2021 or later) is Monday, November 23, 2020. Applications should be sent to his Fort Wayne District Office. Please note that the application deadline has been extended for this year. The application is also available online at https://banks.house.gov/services/service-academy-nominations.
Our district Service Academy Nominations are highly competitive, and the Service Academy Day helps to give direction to students who hope to gain a nomination from our office.
Wawasee High School Junior Class Fundraiser
Selling: Profitable Solutions Detergent, Softener and Trash Bags
Thru October 1, 2020
Proceeds will be used to make your prom amazing and also to spruce up your graduation ceremony.
*Each junior student is asked to sell one item in order to meet our minimum goal.
*If you sell FIVE items, you will receive a FREE PROM ticket for your SENIOR PROM.
*If you sell TEN items, your name will be put in a drawing for $50.00 cash.
*If you are the TOP SELLER, you will win $100.00 cash.
Forms are available in the main office or Mrs. Bonner's room (A108)
Questions? Contact Mrs. Bonner at email@example.com
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.
Students - Remember that if you want to attend the Football game tomorrow night, and sit in the Cheer Block, you must purchase your tickets ahead of time. Tickets are $6.00 each and are available in the Athletic Office. There is a limit of one ticket per person. Get your tickets early to ensure your spot in the Cheer Block!
The Varsity Boys Tennis team defeated Manchester 4-1. Winning on the night in singles was Nathan Harper and Devon Kuhn. In doubles, Holden Babb/Grant Brooks and Ty Brooks/Zeke Keim. The JV team also won 2-1. Jay Duncan and Jeb Richey won their singles matches.
The Boys Varsity Soccer team shutout Columbia City 4-0 on Senior Night. Ethan Carey, Brenden Tayagua, Jace Mishler and Caleb Young all scored. The JV team lost 0-2.
The Boys Tennis team will host Mishawaka. The first serve is at 5:00 pm.
The Volleyball C team will host Lakeland and Concord. The JV & Varsity teams will host Concord. The JV & C teams will serve it up at 5:30 pm with Varsity to follow.
The Freshmen Football team will travel to Concord. Kick off is at 6:00 pm.
The Girls Varsity Soccer team will host Elkhart Christian Academy. Kick off is at 6:00 pm.
Beef Taco Edibowl Salad
Chicken Salad on Croissant
PB Sandwich w/Cheese Stick
Italian Sausage Sandwich
Mac & Cheese
Sweet Potato Tots
Breakfast for Friday, September 18th:
Biscuits & Gravy