Daily Bulletin

Wellsville High School Bulletin for Tuesday, May 05, 2015

LUNCH AND ALA CARTE MENU LUNCH: Crispito w/Cheese Sauce, Shredded Romaine Lettuce, Diced Tomatoes, Red Beans & Rice, Corn, Fresh Grapes, Pineapple Chunks; ALA CARTE: Crispito $2.00, Chicken Tetrazzini w/Breadstick $1.50.

TUESDAY ACTIVITIES JV/Varsity softball and Varsity baseball at Iola 4:30 p.m. (released at 2:05, bus leaves 2:20)

SPORTS PHYSICALS THIS WEEK Sports Physicals in the KD Gym from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday. You can pick up a physical in the high school office. Physicals need to be signed by parent and student. Cost is $20.00.

TUESDAY SEMINAR Caleb Powelson will be signing with Allen County Community College to play golf in the Library during seminar today.

ACADEMIC AWARDS ON WEDNESDAY Academic Awards this Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. in the High School Commons area.

DEADLINE TO ORDER A 2015 YEARBOOK The deadline to order a 2015 yearbook is May 15, 2015. Cost of the yearbook is $49.00. If you want to add your name to the front of the yearbook cost is $54.50. There are order forms in the high school office.

SENIORS WITH LIBRARY BOOKS A reminder to seniors that you need to have your library books turned in by this Wednesday. Check out time is Friday for the seniors and either the book is returned to the library or there will be a charge for replacement.

JOB OPPORTUNITY KOFO Radio in Ottawa is looking for a reliable student 16 years or older to work weekends (Saturday & Sunday 5:00 a.m. until noon). No training necessary. If interested, please submit resume to kofo@kofo.com. For questions, contact Brad at 785.242.1220.

HAZARDOUS OCCUPATION TRAINING (H.O.T.) The Frontier Extension District will be sponsoring a Hazardous Occupation Training (H.O.T.) class in June. 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 June 3rd from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Pomona Community Center in Pomona. The driving and written test will be given off site at a local producers farm. Youth will be transported by the instructors to the farm and back to the Pomona Community Center. There will be a small registration fee of $6.00 to cover class materials. Pre-registration is required by calling one of the District Extension Offices: Lyndon at (785)828-4438, Ottawa at (785)229-3520, Garnett at (785)448-6826 or by emailing the agents at rschaub@ksu.edu or dhibodon@ksu.edu or sblocker@ksu.edu by Friday, May 22nd. Participants are required to pick up their Tractor Safety Materials from the Extension Office and to have read the materials prior to the start of the class.

SENIORS: JOB OPPORTUNITY FEDEX Ground is now hiring part-time package handlers for multiple shifts, $10.20-11:20/hour. All interested candidiates must be 18 years old, be able to load, unload and sort packages, as well as perform other related duties. No experience required. All interested candidates must attend a sort observation prior to applying for the position. For more information or to register for sort observation, please visit www.watchasort.com or www.fedex.com/careers. See Mrs. McCullough if you have any questions.

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