Wellsville High School Bulletin for Friday, March 07, 2014
LUNCH AND ALA CARTE MENU LUNCH: Hot Ham & Cheese on Bun, Tortilla Chips w/Black Bean & Corn Salsa, Green Beans, Pineapple Chunks, Fresh Grapes; ALA CARTE: Corn Dog $2.00, Pizza $2.00.
TURN IN WRESTLING UNIFORMS Wrestling uniforms need to be turned in by this Friday, March 7th. Hand your uniform directly to Andy Wright. DO NOT LEAVE IN LOCKER ROOM.
PROM BOUTIQUE Sunday, March 9th from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Ottawa Municipal Auditorium at 301 S Hickory Street. There will be refreshments, fun, music, door prizes and free samples. Bring your friends and enjoy a few hours as princesses!! Going GREEN now includes formal dresses! Let's REUSE.
AFTER-PROM PERMISSION SLIPS Today After-Prom permission slips will be available in your seminar for any Jr/Sr attending prom. Please make sure if you are planning on attending After-Prom that you get one of these forms. Forms are due in the High School Office to Kimberly Gardner by noon, Thursday, March 13th.
FRIDAY ACTIVITIES Substate Girls Basketball: Wellsville playing Council Grove at 7:30 p.m.
SATURDAY ACTIVITIES Sub-State championship games. Girl's play at 6:00 p.m. Wellsville boys against Osage City at 7:30 p.m.
SENIOR COMPOSITE PICTURES Seniors need to turn in a picture to the high school office by MARCH 13TH for the composite. This needs to be a vertical picture. You can also email a picture to Kim. If you wish we can use your Lifetouch picture. Also a reminder that you can order an 8x10 print of the composite.
SEATBELT ENFORCEMENT PERIOD From February 24 thru March 7th is a two week seatbelt enforcement period where everyone needs to click it or ticket. Please wear your seatbelts!
SENIOR VIDEO PICTURES Pictures are due MARCH 13TH for the Senior Video. Please turn in a baby picture and a senior picture to Mrs. Rottinghaus by Thursday, March 13th.
LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS The Local Scholarship Application has been placed outside Mrs. McCullough's office for interested seniors. Applications must be returned to Mrs. McCullough by Friday, April 25th.
JUNIORS Any junior wishing to help do Prom Decorating during seminar need to please come to Mrs. Rottinghaus' room this week. Go to your seminar class to check in first.
SENIOR PARKING A-K; March 10th-13th: M-W; March 24th-28th: A-K; April 1st-4th: M-W; April 7th-11th: M-W; April 14th-18th: A-K; April 21st-25th: M-W; April 28th - May 2nd: A-K; April 5th-9th: M-W.
GUYS GET READY FOR PROM Men's Wearhouse in Olathe will write Wellsville HS a check for $5.00 for each boy that comes in and tries on their suits.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS Jostens yearbook company will be sending one last postcard regarding buying a yearbook this week. Yearbooks are now $51.07 (including tax). If you wish to check to see if you have ordered a book, please check an updated list posted by the high school office and each of the water fountains. If you have any questions, please come see Ms. Oshel. Books will remain on sale through the school until the end of April. If you wish to buy one from the school, you should bring in a check made out to USD 289. If you wish to order with a credit card, you may do so on-line at www.jostensyearbooks.com.
NCCC OPEN HOUSE Neosho County Community College is hosting an Open House at the Ottawa Campus on March 4th from 4-6 p.m. This is a great event for any sophomore, junior or senior to attend. Students will have the opportunity to listen to one of three different sessions, Medical, Welding and Transfer. The medical session will consist of a tour through each medical program offered. The welding session is an opportunity for interested welders to hear more about the program as well as try their hand at welding, on a simulated welder. The transfer session will help inform students who are wanting to achieve their associates and then transfer to a university. Students will also have an opportunity to win a $250.00 scholarship.
UNIVERSITY REPRESENTATIVE VISITS Listed are the university representative visits. Please sign the list outside Mrs. McCullough's office if interested. Neosho County Community College Wednesday, March 12th; Allen County Community College Tuesday, March 25th.
FOR SOPHOMORES ONLY K State is hosting "For Sophomores Only" during Open House weekend April 4-5th. "For Sophomores Only" is designed for high school sophomores and their parents to learn about college life. Sophomores spend Friday evening and Saturday morning with the program. Then they are dismissed to explore K-State's annual all-University Open House for the rest of the day. Friday evening activities include small group activities and discussions, a skit by Student Alumni Board students, and a dance/social. Students and their parents stay overnight in a local hotel. Saturday morning the students participate in Virtual College, a two-hour simulation of a year as a college student while their parents participate in a seminar about admissions, financial aid and scholarships. Parents of Student Alumni Board members lead small groups of parents in discussions about sending a child to college. Students and parents then come together to hear a guest speaker at the conclusion of the event. The cost for students participating in the Friday and Saturday activities is $25. Each attendee receives a T-shirt and a three-ring binder full of information about college planning. For registration visit www.k-state.com/fso. Reservation deadline is March 21st.
TRACTOR SAFETY FOR 14 AND 15 YEAR OLDS The Frontier District Extension Service will be sponsoring a Hazardous Occupation Training (H.O.T.) class in April. This class is required for 14 and 15 year old youth who want to operate farm tractors on farms other than for their parents. The only time a 14-15 year old would be exempt from needing this training would be if he or she works for their parents on the family farm. This training is required however if the "family's farm" is a partnership, incorporated, or the youth is working on a grandparents farm. This training is also required if youth are planning to use lawn mowers or tractors larger than 20 horsepower. The class will meet April 9th, April 15th and April 16th from 7-10 p.m. at the Pomona Community Center in Pomona. The written and driving test will be given 8 a.m., April 19th at a location to be named later. There will be a small registration fee of $6.00 to cover class materials. Pre-registration is required by calling either District Extension Offices, Lyndon at 785-828-4438; Ottawa at 785-229-3520 or by emailing the agents at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com by April 7th.