Wellsville High School Bulletin for Monday, November 24, 2014
LUNCH AND ALA CARTE MENU LUNCH: Chicken Quesadilla, Tortilla Chips w/Salsa, Refried Beans, Rice Krispie Treat, Fruit Cocktail, Banana; ALA CARTE: Beef & Bean Burrito $2.00.
FCA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 25TH FCA will meet Tuesday, November 25th at 7:00 a.m. in the Choir Room.
JUNIORS/SENIORS COLLEGE VISITS Juniors and Seniors sign up for college representative visits outside Mrs. McCullough's office: FORT HAYS State University rep on 12/11/2014.
SENIOR PARKING Nov 24-Dec 5 (R-Y); Dec 8-Dec 12 (A-J); Dec 15-Dec 19 (K-P).
U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY IN ANNAPOLIS, MD If you are a student (grades 8-11) interested in attending the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD or attending one of over 50 NROTC Colleges/Universities, please join us for an informative evening on Tuesday, Nov 25th. We will discuss the Admissions Process, Nominations, Appointments, Prep programs, STEM, Summer Programs and more!! Presentation begins at 5:30 p.m. at The National World War I Museum, The Liberty Memorial, 100 West 26th St, Kansas City, MO. Visit www.theworldwar.org for directions. RSVP: CDR Jack Rush, USN (Ret) at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and number of persons attending.
ATTENTION SENIORS Senior pictures for the yearbook are due Monday, December 15th. Seniors may turn in a print or send a digital image to: email@example.com. Vertical or horizontal photos will be accepted for the yearbook. Any senior who wants to have his/her picture in the yearbook must submit a photo by this time. Please talk to Ms. Oshel if you have any questions.
ART CLUB CHRISTMAS PARTY December 9th is the Art Club Christmas Party. Everyone needs to bring a finger food or dessert. Sign up with Mrs. Morgan to let her know what you are bringing. If you don't contribute you won't eat!!
SOROPTIMIST VIOLET RICHARDSON AWARD Are you a young woman between the ages of 14 and 17 who volunteers in your community or school? Who sees challenges instead of obstacles? Hope instead of despair? If you are a young woman who believes in the power of volunteer action, then you may be eligible to win a Soroptimist Violet Richardson Award. The Violet Richardson Award recognizes young women who make the community and world a better place through volunteer efforts such as: fighting drugs, crime and violence; cleaning up the environment; and working to end discrimination and poverty. Volunteer actions that benefit women or girls are of particular interest. If you think you would make a good Violet Richardson Award candidate, please see Mrs. McCullough for an application. Completed applications and supporting materials must be received by December 1st.
MURAL CONTEST OPEN TO ENTIRE SCHOOL Art Club is hosting a Mural Contest open to the entire school. Students can submit up to two entries with a $5.00 entry fee per artwork. The winning mural will be painted on the front of the high school and entrant can win a Walmart Gift Card! Entries are due by January 7th at the end of the day. Rules for the artworks to be submitted are posted on fliers around the school. If you have any questions see Mrs. Morgan.
CAROL DUNCAN POLICE CADET ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP Franklin County residents who graduated from high school last year or who will this year and are between the ages of 17-20 are eligible to apply for the Carol Duncan Police Cadet Academic Scholarship. Franklin County residents are the target of this newly created part-time position which is designed as a police officer apprenticeship with a college attendance requirement at NCCC. The successful applicant will work for the Ottawa PD part-time and attend NCCC full-time on a FULL scholarship supplied by the Ottawa Police Foundation. Once they have reached the age of 21, completed both a two-year degree in criminal justice and the cadet program, the cadet will be promoted to the rank of police officer and attend the law enforcement training academy in Hutchinson, KS. After graduation they will return to the Ottawa PD as a full time police officer. If interested, please see Mrs. McCullough for an application. Application deadline is January 4, 2015.
2ND SEM. CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT 2ND SEMESTER CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT FOR JUNIORS & SENIORS: The following classes will be offered at WHS 2nd semester for concurrent credit: Speech, Psychology, English Lit I. Enrollment for these courses will take place during seminar on January 6th. Students must have the appropriate standardized test scores on file with NCCC before enrolling. For Speech & Psychology, students must have an ACT reading score of 17 or a Compass reading score of 76. For English Literature I students must have an ACT reading score of 17 or a Compass reading score of 76 AND an ACT writing score of 18 or a Compass writing score of 70. The cost for each of these classes is $324. See Mrs. McCullough if you have questions.
2015 YEARBOOK IS NOW FOR SALE!!! The 2015 Yearbook is now for sale. The cost is $43.50 (this includes tax) or $49 with your name on it (price also includes tax). Jostens publishing company will be mailing a sales ad to your home during the week of October 20th. You may mail in an order with the information you receive, fill out an order form here at school from the office or Mrs. Oshel, or go on line to pay with credit card to: jostensyearbooks.com (Please know the price will increase after Christmas Break)
2ND SEMESTER COLLEGE ALGEBRA 2 CLASS 2ND SEMESTER EVENING CLASS FOR JUNIORS & SENIORS: Mr. Chaney will be teaching College Algebra 2nd semester on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-9:00 p.m. Those who are interested must have a reading and math standardized test score on file with NCCC before enrolling. This means students must have an ACT reading score of 17 or a Compass reading score of 76 AND an ACT math score of 22 or Compass Math score of 51. Enrollment for College Algebra will take place during seminar on January 6th. Class begins Wednesday, January 20th. The cost for this class is $324.00 plus $48.00 book rental. (Students must go to NCCC in Ottawa to rent this book before the first night of class). See Mrs. McCullough if you have questions.
2ND SEMESTER CNA CLASS 2ND SEMESTER CNA CLASS FOR JUNIORS & SENIORS: NCCC is offering a Certified Nurse Aide class as concurrent credit 2nd semester. Class will meet Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at NCCC in Ottawa from 8-10 a.m. District transportation will be provided. Students must have the appropriate standardized test score on file with NCCC before enrolling. This means an ACT reading score of 17 or a Compass reading score of 76. The cost for this class is $450.00 which includes the state examination fee. See Mrs. McCullough if you have questions.
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