Congratulations to the 2019 Homecoming Court! Homecoming Court for Fall 2019 Freshman attendant: Allie Bolton Sophomore attendant: Ally Gaver Junior attendant: Chiara Podda Queen Candidates: Grace Adams Bexley Harrigan Lydia Moell Savannah Weaver Tori Wilson King Candidates: Trent Berry Trenton Douthwaite Matthew Loffing Eli McGill Trevor Woodruff See the short video below to watch! https://youtu.be/LkXFVd3M8zk
The Athletic Department has made a few changes to the Athletic Pass Policy. Please see below and let us know if you have any questions. Thanks! Athletic Pass Policy Effective September 20, 2019, all athletic pass holders (senior citizen, family, individual or student) will be required to show their physical pass before entering athletic events held at WL-S. In the event that you forget your pass, you will be required to pay. If you have purchased a family pass and don’t have passes for each family member, please contact Audrey Jones or Jake Vitt at 937-465-1060.
Congratulations to this week’s Middle School & High School Gold Card winners! 6th: Marisa Smith 7th: Leigha Cox 8th: Riggs Lapp 9th: Skyler Woods 10th: Grant Schoenleben 11th: Madeline Hutton-Ashcroft 12th: Zach Glock Each student wins a $5 gift card to their choice of Subway, Ice Cream Parlor, Chipolte, Panera Bread, Maries Candies, or The Depot Coffee House! Congrats to these students who were ‘caught being good’! Elementary gold card drawings will begin next week.
Do you ever hear your student talking about those silly “Gold Card Friday” videos? Here is your chance to check them out for yourself. Stop back each Friday to see what Mr. Hollar and Mr. McGill are up to. https://youtu.be/EGJUbZG1iXE
There will be a brief parent meeting Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 6pm, for any student in grades 8-11 interested in going to London next summer (2021). All students and their parents are invited to attend the meeting and find out about this great opportunity! Check out our events page to add it to your calendar!
On behalf of The West Liberty-Salem School District, I am very proud of our students and staff and their accomplishments each year. I want to congratulate our students on their hard work and efforts on the tests and our entire staff for the work they do with our students that truly makes the difference. I am very proud of everyone and the results on this year's report card. Kraig Hissong, Superintendent Stay tuned for a detailed report of our districts specific report card. Have a great evening!
Need help completing student information in FinalForms? Stop by the WL-S lobby! We now have two iPads available for your convenience. Just pop into the Office from 7:15am-2:45pm if you have questions - we're happy to help.
Hello, if you received an email from Julie Nieman with the subject line, "Modernize Account" regarding Evernote. Please delete this email immediately and do not open it. It is a fake email from an unknown source. Although we do not know what security risk it may hold, we want to make sure that you are aware that it is not a valid email from the district. See the sample image of the email
Last night in sports........ West Liberty Salem Varsity girls soccer lost tonight to Miami East 3-4. JV soccer also lost to Miami East 0-2. Boys Soccer tied Miami East 2-2. The WLS Volleyball team traveled to Cedarville tonight. The Tigers swept the Indians in 3 straight sets: 25-15, 25-11, 25-18. The Tigers are now 6-2 JV Tigers won in 2 sets: 25-17, 25-17 Freshman Volleyball played at Ben Logan won in 3 sets 21-25 Ben Logan 25-20 West Liberty-Salem 25-20 West Liberty-Salem West Liberty-Salem bounces back and defeats conference rival Mechanicsburg 191-197 on Tuesday, September 10 at Liberty Hills Golf Course. The Tigers played their most consistent and balanced match, with all players scoring within 11 strokes of each other. The Tigers have worked hard all year and it is finally paying off. For full sports coverage like our West Liberty-Salem Athletic Association page.
Hello, This is Kraig Hissong, Superintendent, with some quick announcements. First, Tomorrow, Wednesday, September 11, is our first 1-hour Delay Start Day for students. Please remember that school will start at 8:40 for MS/HS and 8:45 for Elementary. JVS and Mac-A-Cheek students will go at your normal times. Also, WLS is utilizing a system called FinalForms, which allows parents to quickly complete annual student forms online. About Sixty percent of our parents have completed forms for their students, and we thank you! If you have NOT completed these forms, it is imperative you do so as soon as possible since they contain important contact and emergency medical information. Please be advised, your student cannot attend field trips if forms are not completed. For parents with Middle School students, you will need to enter a student email address which is typically email@example.com. Middle School and High School students are also required to sign off on forms in FinalForms, and they will be given time at school to do so in the next week. If you have NOT received an email from FinalForms to set up an account, or if you have other questions about FinalForms, please contact the Office at 937-465-1060. Last, the morning student drop-off is going well and drivers are doing a great job pulling forward and utilizing more of the drop off lane. Remember to be cautious and have children prepared during morning drop off. Approximately 300 cars drop students off in the morning with most of those doing so in a 10 minute window of time. That is about one car dropping students off every two seconds. Expect traffic congestion if you drop of between 7:25 to 7:35 AM on normal start days. If you like a more relaxing start to your day, try to drop your child off before 7:25 AM. Traffic is much lighter before this time. Thank you and have a good evening.
Parents, this is a reminder that tomorrow, Wednesday, September 11, there is a one hour delay for West Liberty-Salem. MS/HS will begin at 8:40 and elementary will begin at 8:45. Thank you, and have a great rest of your day!
In sports West Liberty-Salem golf team wasn't able to get things going on Monday against Triad and dropped the match 218-185. It was an off day for everyone on the Tigers squad. The Tigers look to bounce back and get back at it against Mechanicsburg on Tuesday. Patrick Harr- 49 (+14) Kenny Harr-50 (+15) Garrett Payer- 64 (+29) Tucker Ridenbaugh- 55 (+20) The 7th grade volleyball team beat Greenon in 3 sets. 20-25, 20-25, 16-25. Top server was Ava Dixon. The 8th grade volleyball team defeated Greenon in two straight sets: 25-14, 25-13.
The PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Qualifying Test) will be administered to college-considering Juniors at West Liberty-Salem High School on Wednesday, October 16, 2019. Please see below for more details.
Have an elementary student interested in cheer? Sign up for Little Tiger Cheer Camp! This camp is open to all k-5 students! Click the photo for more information. Forms are due by FRIDAY, 9/13.
West Liberty-Salem welcomed the whole Class of 2032 on Friday! This was the first day that all students reported to school together after the staggered start to the school year. It was a busy day learning all about gym, library, music class, and discovering all about the lunch room and playground! Lots of new friends were made and excited faces returned on Monday for their very first class picture! The Elementary PTO donated special ‘Class of 2032’ t-shirts for them to keep. We are excited to watch this group learn and grow together! Best of luck Class of 2032!
Make sure you are heading over to the App or Website and check out Middle School and High School Announcements. These are located in the documents section under ‘MS & HS Announcements’. There is a lot of useful information here about tryouts, upcoming events, college prep info, and more.
See the flyer below for information regarding a fun college prep evening at Fifth Third Field!
Do you have a student interested in LEGO’s? The Champaign County Art’s Council and Champaign County Libraries have a LEGO exhibit on display from 10/7-10/25 and a lego building contest on 10/21. See below for more details.
Many parents have asked for their students e-mail addresses to complete final forms. For sixth-ninth grade, it is their firstname.lastname@example.org. Highschool addresses vary slightly, but students should know them. Students will log in at school over the next week and complete their portion of the forms. Thank you!
How awesome are our volunteers? The drop off lane has been really smooth but please be reminded that drivers must stay in the car. If you need to retrieve something for your child, please use the parking lot to do so. Thank you for paying attention to our helpful volunteers!