MS & HS News

  • Sixth Grade Students Rewarded for Effort

    Posted by Allison Wygal on 2/13/2019 1:00:00 AM

    On Friday, February 8th, sixth grade teachers threw a party honoring students who had no missing or late assignments for the entire second nine weeks. Students selected for the party enjoyed a game room complete with board games, a craft room, and art projects. They were honored with a hot chocolate bar where they were able to customize their orders in personal, decorated cups and a dessert and snack buffet. The sixth grade teachers collaborated with Mrs. Smith’s MRDD class, who provided the menus and servers for the event. Taran Logwood (pictured), sixth grader honored at the event, said, “It’s nice the be recognized for effort, and the food is great too!” The afternoon was a wonderful, collaborative event. Congratulations to these students for their hard work, and doing their Tiger best!

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  • WL-S Choir/Band Solo and Ensemble Students Excel

    Posted by Allison Wygal on 2/12/2019 2:00:00 AM

    West Liberty-Salem’s Music Department had an exciting weekend in the OMEA District XI Solo and Ensemble Adjudicated Event held at West Milton High School. Both Mr. Fannin, Band Director, and Brice Henry, Choir Director, had all students place either first or second in their respective events. This event is an important part of a student’s musical training and development as it exposes them to classical and chamber music. Students performed either alone or in their ensemble in front of a group pf spectators and a judge, and their performance’s are rated on a 1-5 scale, with one being Superior. The judge rates the performer’s competency in a number of musical elements including tone, intonation, and rhythmic accuracy to name a few.

    Students, who received Superior Ratings, are Tenor/Bass Ensemble-Hayden Hostetler, Jaison Council, and Michael Farquharson, vocal soloists, Jessie Boy, Dylan Domachowski, Anna Louden, Trumpet Trio-Lauren Fowler, Isaac Ridley, and Noah Cline, and piano soloist, Andy Marr.

    Students receiving an Excellent Rating include Vocal Soloists Avalon Roberts and Ashley Pratt, and French Horn Soloist, Andy Marr.

    It was an exceptional effort by all students and their directors. Please take a moment to congratulate these students on representing the WL-S Music Department well!

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  • Cheerleaders ‘Pink Out’ for Cancer

    Posted by Allison Wygal on 2/8/2019 3:00:00 AM

    The West Liberty Salem JV and Varsity High School Cheerleaders, students, faculty and community rallied together to support the Logan County Cancer Society in a "Pink Out" event, Saturday night. Fans were encouraged to wear pink to show support of the Cancer Society and to acknowledge that many that have been or are currently affected by Cancer. Donations were collected throughout both games by the cheer ream and an information booth was set up to share information about the benefits available through the Logan County Cancer society. They raised almost $200, and all proceeds directly benefit our Logan County Friends during cancer treatments.

     

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  • Sixth Graders travel back in time to present on Ancient Egypt

    Posted by Allison Wygal on 2/5/2019 1:00:00 AM

    Students in Mr. Barhorst’s sixth grade Social Studies class took a trip to Ancient Egypt this week to capstone weeks of research and hard work on the subject. Students were tasked with choosing a topic from the Ancient Egyptian period, creating a timeline, a Venn Diagram, and review questions for their class. Many created a power point, poster or even dressed in character for creative presentations! Pictured below are Sophia Holland, who got into character to present Bastet, goddess of fire, cats, the home and women, Sam Cook-Finnegan with the study of Hieroglyphics, and Shyanne McClintick, who presented on Ancient Egyptian Women. Great job to the sixth graders for awesome presentations this week!

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  • WLSAA public meeting notice

    Posted by Allison Wygal on 2/5/2019 1:00:00 AM

    The West Liberty-Salem Athletic Association is holding a public meeting on Feb 18that 6:30 to share information and answer any questions from the community on the upcoming Tiger Strong Field House project. Please plan to attend, bring your friends, let your opinion be heard and get any questions you may have answered.

    Feb 18th- 6:30- West Liberty-Salem cafetoriumWLSAA

     

     

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  • Quick Recall Finishes Strong in Weekend Tournament

    Posted by Allison Wygal on 1/31/2019 2:00:00 AM

    West Liberty-Salem’s Quick Recall team finished another strong season finishing 3rd overall in the OHC tournament Saturday. Quick Recall, coached by high school math teacher, Todd Lewis, competes in 14 matches against other schools in the OHC. The Tigers have a total of twenty 9th-12th grade students, who compete in a general knowledge, quiz bowl like atmosphere. Mr. Lewis said that while the group competes and practices regularly, his main objective for the team is just to have fun. Great job on another successful Quick Recall season!

     

     

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  • Social Media #Kindness Week Challenge

    Posted by Allison Wygal on 1/28/2019 6:00:00 AM

    Help us encourage your student to take the Social Media Kindness Challenge this week. Ask them to shift the culture of social media by flooding their different media accounts with positivity. Below is the information they will receive via announcements and flyers throughout the building this week. Help encourage positivity in your own family by doing the same.

    USE SOCIAL MEDIA TO SPREAD KINDNESS BY TAKING THE #KINDNESS CHALLENGE!

    Post at least one positive post a day for the whole week.

    Need ideas on what to post? Compliment a friend if you like their outfit, if they did great on a presentation, or a positive, inspiring quote. If you think it and it’s kind, say it!

    POSITIVE POSTS ONLY ALL WEEK LONG!

     

     

     

     

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  • High school Counseling Spotlight: Community College Week

    Posted by Allison Wygal on 1/18/2019 12:05:00 PM


    The high school counseling department kicks off Community College Week, January 28th. Events will include guest speakers, Community College fair, and parent meeting. This month’s parent meeting on January, 29th, will highlight 2 year vs. 4 year degrees and which is right for your student. Several Community Colleges will be available to answer questions about career options for two years of college or less, community college transfer programs, and business partnerships. Students are encouraged to attend with their parents and explore a college fair setting with representatives available to answer college and career specific questions.

    Students will be given similar opportunities throughout the week. Breakout sessions include a Homeroom Speaker Series and College of the Day. Homeroom Speakers will share their community college experiences and how those led to careers in education, IT and Occupational Therapy. College of the Day will feature a different Community College each day focusing on what sets them apart from the rest.

    Parents will receive a flyer and information will be provided to HS students via bulletin board, TV announcements, and Schoology. Please plan accordingly with your students. We hope to see you there!

    Meeting: 1/29/2018
    6-8pm
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  • Student Council Holds Clothing/Book Drive

    Posted by Allison Wygal on 1/17/2019 10:00:00 AM

    West Liberty-Salem Student Council is hosting a clothing and book drive for the Caring Kitchen.  The charity even began Monday, January 14th and will continue until 2/7/19.  Please consider donating gently used clothing and books to help their cause.  As an incentive, each class is holding it’s own competition to see who can produce the largest donation.  The class who wins will be announced at the upcoming pep rally, and will be awarded a class meal.  Each grade is assigned a drop off location as follows.

    Freshman- Mrs. Roberts

    Sophomore-Mrs. Haney

    Junior-Mrs. Arnold

    Senior-Mr. Lynxwiler

    Let’s help make this student led charity event a success!

     

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  • MS & HS Announcements

    Posted by Allison Wygal on 1/15/2019 8:00:00 AM

    Please take a moment a few times a week to check out the MS/HS announcements. You will find these by going to the high school site, chose ‘Find it Fast’ and select announcements.  There is valuable information about scholarships, job opportunities for students, charity events, and guidance information just to name a few. 

    In this week’s announcements you will find more information about a clothing and book drive hosted by Student Council.  The drive will run from 1/14 through 2/7.  There is a competition between classes and the winner will be announced at the pep rally!  Donations can be dropped off to the following classes:

    Freshman: Mrs. Roberts

    Sophomore: Mrs. Haney

    Junior: Mrs. Arnold

    Senior: Mr. Lynxwiler

     

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