PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES: There will be parent/teacher conferences TONIGHT from 3-6 pm. If you’d like to schedule a HS conference, please contact Mrs. Nieman, ext. 102. For MS conferences, please contact the student’s homeroom teacher.
CHIPOTLE!: Chipotle Fundraiser- Support the Class of 2024 by eating at Chipotle in Bellefontaine on October 26th between 5pm to 9pm. You can order there and mention the fundraiser or show a photo of one of the posters around the school OR you can order online using the code 3JFQYQG.
MS BOYS BASKETBALL: Mandatory practice this Friday 5:00-6:30 pm and Saturday 8:00-10:00 am for all boys interested in playing 7th & 8th grade basketball.
6th GIRLS BASKETBALL: 6th grade girls who want to play basketball this season need to get an informational paper from their 6th grade teachers.
WEIGHT ROOM: The weight room will be open daily from after school until 4:30 Tuesday through Friday.
EXCEPTION: It will NOT be open during P/T Conferences (Tues).
COSTUME CONTEST: The middle school student council is sponsoring a costume contest on October 29th. There will be prizes awarded for each category: most creative, best staff squad, best student squad, funniest, best homemade costume, and overall best costume no masks or face paint, no weaponry of any sort, and all school dress code must be followed.
PBIS GOALS: Be Aware, Integrity Matters, Be There Be Ready, Follow Instructions, Respect
OCTOBER FUN!: Let's have some Fun in October! Key Club will once again be hosting some Fun activities this month:
HR Halloween Decorating Contest. Work with your HR and start decorating now. Special Guest Judges will pick the winningest HR on Oct 29 and that HR will be treated to a dessert party from Key Club.
Fall Spirit Week:
Wednesday: Wacky Wednesday
Thursday: Orange and Black Day
Friday: Costume Day
PAGES: Virtual Field trip is Tuesday, October 26th. Come to Ms. Haney’s room at 10am. Remember to bring in your Trip Form for November 4th’s Trip to Columbus.
QUICK RECALL: Bad credit, no credit, don’t know what credit is? Quick Recall will still take you!! Quick Recall signups outside High School Guidance Office. Signups end November 3rd.
KEY CLUB: $10.00 membership dues due by Oct 31. Please turn into HS Counseling Office.
INTERNSHIP: Juniors & Seniors considering a career in Sports Management or marketing/promotion/fund raising: The Dayton Dragons Pro Baseball organization is hiring for a variety of roles (part-time and seasonal internships). This is a great opportunity to work with a pro sports organization. Pay is $9.30/hr. Deadline to apply is Dec 1. Pick up a flyer on the bulletin board outside of HS Counseling Office for details!
COLLEGE REP VISITS: Please stop to see Mrs. Molly Smith during the dates/times below if you are interested any of these colleges (if you have SH or an elective and your elective teacher approves):
Wed, Oct 27 @ 10 am, Shawnee State University
Thurs, Oct 28 @ 1 pm, The Ohio State University
Tues. Nov 2 @ 10 am, Wright State University
CCP: Questions about CCP classes with Edison State? Need help registering for Spring Semester Classes? (Registration opens up late October.) Mrs. Christina Ratterman with Edison State will be holding office hours @ WL-S on Monday November 1st. Sign-up sheet posted outside the HS Counseling office if you would like to meet with her.
SENIOR BOWLERS SCHOLARSHIP: Bellefontaine USBC Bowling Assn Scholarship; Must be on HS Bowling Team, $1,000 scholarship, App in Counseling Office, Due back to Counseling Office by March 14, 2022.
SENIORS: University of Northwestern Ohio (UNOH) provides multiple opportunities for students, from certification to Associates Degrees to Bachelor’s Degrees. For students interested in Business, Health Professions, IT programs or Applied Technologies (multiple Automotive and Diesel
programs), UNOH is an affordable and close-to-home option. LUNOH will have their Fall Open House on Friday October 29th from 8:30 am-3:00 pm. This is a great time to visit campus and learn about the various programs and degrees. Most importantly, students interested in Accounting, Business Administration, Information Technology, Medical Terminology or Marketing will have the opportunity to participate in their Scholarship Contest. Per each of these 5 above mentioned programs, scholarships will be awarded as below: 1st Place, FULL TUITION, 2nd Place, $5,000 Scholarship, 3rd Place, $4,000 Scholarship, 4th Place, $3,000 Scholarship, 5th Place, $2,000 Scholarship. I encourage students to explore UNOH programs if they have interest in the above career paths by visiting this link: http://www.unoh.edu. For more information on how to register for the Scholarship Contest, see Mrs. Smith.
BOWLING: Open Bowling Tuesday 5-7 and Thursday 4:30-6:30. Any student interested in bowling should be there. Bowlers will be responsible for paying for the game’s bowled which is $2.50 a game.
VOLLEYBALL: The WLS Tigers were at Brookville for the OHSAA volleyball ball tournament. The Tigers won in 3 straight sets: 25-20; 25-8; 25-10.
Gabby Williams: 32 assists, 2 digs, 7 digs, 4 aces18/19 serving
Michele Smith: 2 kills, 4 blocks, 9 digs, 8/9 serving with 1 ace,10/11 on serve receive
Aleah Reed: 6 kills, 3 blocks
Leah Ropp: 8 kills, 1 dig, 8/9 serving with one ace, 2 blocks
Bailey Poppe, 11 kills, 12 kills, 6/7 serving with with one ace, 8/9 on serve receive
Chaley Wade: 6 kills, 3 digs
Olivia Wilcox: 3 digs, 3/3 on serve receive
Naomi McGill: 14/15 serving with 2 aces
Ally Gaver: 10 digs, 14/14 serving with 2 aces, 12/12 on serve receive
The Tiger improve to 21-3 and advance to the District semifinals on Wednesday at Brookville.
SOCCER: West Liberty Salem girl’s soccer team lost tonight to Anna 1-3. Goals for WLS: Ivy Cline; Assists for WLS: Maddie Cole; Saves in goal for WLS: Delaney Wade 7. WLS final record 10-7-0.