March 11, 2020 Announcements

The Locker Project will be in the Café after school today. Please stop by & pick up some food items for your family!!!!

Tickets will be sold for Thursdays ALL YOU CAN EAT PIZZA GALACTIC BOWLING NIGHT during all three lunches today. Also, tickets can be purchased at the door on the night of the event. Doors open at 8pm.

Informational meetings:

Boys Lacrosse, Thursday, March 12 at 3:00 pm in Rm 216

Attention girls and boys interested in outdoor track & field - sign up asap.

If you have done a sport this year please stop in to see Mrs. Shackley.

If you have not done a sport yet this year then fill out the online forms.

See Mrs. Shackley or Mrs. Lally if you need help with signing up.

Thursday the 12th during ACE the Library and the Civil Rights Team will be holding a very special Read Across America themed T Talk. We will read an excerpt from The Hate U Give and a contemporary poem and discuss how racial identity and experience influences writing. Snacks and refreshments provided.

SHOUT OUT TO THE DRAMA CLUB

The WHS Drama Club students performed flawlessly this weekend. We came in second out of nine schools and then placed fourth overall. Our 29 students represented themselves, our school, and community, with poise and dignity. This cast and crew is one of the strongest that I’ve had in my thirteen years as the WHS Drama Director, and I am personally very proud of them. They won numerous awards, which I have listed below. At one point, every member of the cast and crew was up on the award’s stage. Jasmine James Gabe Hirst Tyler Dorn Hannah Smith Outstanding Ensemble - All Cast Outstanding Stage Crew - All Crew Outstanding Stage Management - Amanda Satin, Kayleigh Parker Outstanding Percussion - Molly Raymo Student Dramaturgy - Elena Magri

Freshmen vision screening is March 20th, starting at 8AM. Students need to bring glasses/contacts with them that day.

AP students: final AP exam payments are due by March 26th. Please email Ms. Baggs if you are not sure how much you still owe. Your payments go to Ms. Lentz in the Student Services Office.

JOB OPPORTUNITY: Clarke Painting in Westbrook is seeking painters for the spring and summer season. $15 an hour. Must be 18 and have license. Application available from Mrs. Sturgis, Aspirations Counselor.

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