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									                                                    September 4, 2009-September 18, 2009


Windthorst Independent School District



                                         Trojan Talk
                                         www.windthorstisd.net


LUNCH MENU
*Menu subject to change.




ANNOUNCEMENTS

Note to Parents
If you were on the Free & Reduced Lunch Program last year and have not filled out an
application this school year, on October 3rd your child will become a paid student. The
prices are $1.50 a day for breakfast and $2.25 per day for lunch. If you need an
application please call or stop by one of the school offices.
Nota a los Padres
Si usted estaba en el Programa de Comidas Reducidas en Precio o Gratis y si ha llenado
una aplicación este año escolar en Octobre 3 su niño se convertirá en un estudiante
pagado. Los precios serán $1.50 al día para el desayuno y $2.25 por día para PK a
grado hasta el grado 12. Si necesita una aplicación favor de llamar o venir a una de las
oficinas de la escuela.

Just a reminder: School pictures are Tuesday, September 8. These pictures are on a proof, so no money
                                        is needed at this time.
 Seniors who have not had their pictures taken should book their appointments immediately with their
             photographer. These pictures take several weeks to get back, so plan ahead!

First PTG Meeting   September 14th at 7:00pm in the Library. At this meeting room parent
packets will be given out with information about room parent responsibilities as well as
information concerning the Fall Festival---October 24th. Anyone interested in becoming a room
parent or just helping out with the Fall Festival on the Ways and Means Committee would be
greatly appreciated. Please call Karen McCann 423-6820 or just come to the meeting on the
14th. Thanks for your involvement!
                     September 4, 2009-September 18, 2009


Mark Your Calendar
                                                                             September 4, 2009-September 18, 2009




                                               GRANDPARENT RECOGNITION WEEK

September 14-18 has been designated as Grandparent Recognition Week. Grandparents are
invited to come and eat breakfast with their Grandchildren. The cost for a student breakfast is
$1.50 and for an adult is $2.00. The cafeteria asks that you do not bring a bill larger than a
$5.00. Please follow the schedule below if possible. We look forward to seeing you have
breakfast with your grandchild(ren).

           Monday, September 14                          PreK and Kng.                      7:30    a.m.
           Tuesday, September 15                         1st and 2nd                        7:30    a.m.
           Wednesday, September 16                       3rd                                7:30    a.m.
           Thursday, September 17                        4th                                7:30    a.m.
           Friday, September 18                          5th                                7:30    a.m.

The Kindergarten class would like to thank Nellie Berend for making the Gingerbread Man
treats. The students really enjoyed them at their Kindergarten orientation. We appreciate her
donating her time and making it special for our students.

Thank you,

Mrs. Berend
Mrs. Blagg

Thanks to the following donations to our school:
Windthorst Library Fund                                                    George H. Beaman Scholarship Fund
In Memory of Kristy Hoffman                                                In Honor of Ralph & Clara Veitenheimer
        Donna Haile                                                                Margaret Beaman
In Memory of Leroy Williams                                                        Terry & Mark Englishbee
              Clyde Peysen                                                         Carol & David Bedingfield
         James & Gwen Teichman                                                     Diane & Lanny Hubbard
In Honor of Pat Scheffe                                                            Jill & Lance Anderson
            Gloria Schroeder                                                       Tim & Michelle Beaman
             Butch & Pat Humpert                                                   Tom & Karen Beaman
             Ralph & Clara Veitenheimer                                            LA & Helen Berend
        James & Gwen Teichman


Counselor’s Corner
ACT Test Dates:                       Registration Deadline
October 24, 2009                      Sept. 18th
December 12, 2009                     Nov. 6th
Feb. 6, 2009                           Jan. 5th
April 10, 2009                         March 5th
June 12, 2009                          May 7th
www.actstudent.org


SAT Test Dates:                       Registration Deadline
October 10, 2009                      Sept. 9th
November 7, 2009                      Oct. 1st
December 5, 2009                      Oct. 30th
January 23, 2010                      Dec. 15th
March 13, 2010                        Feb. 4th
May 1, 2010                            March 25th
June 5, 2010                          April 29th
www.collegeboard.com


The Texas Common Application is available at www.applytexas.org This one application may be used for any state universities and many 2 year colleges.


Windthorst School Code: 447592


College Days:


Scholarship Search:
www.schoolsoup.com
www.fastweb.com


SCHOLARSHIPS:


Wendys Heisman- Application is online at www.wendysheisman.com Deadline for application is Oct. 1st and is open to seniors who have at least a B
average and participates in sports.


Coca-Cola Scholars- This is available to seniors at www.coca-colascholars.org deadline is October 31st.
                                                            September 4, 2009-September 18, 2009




                                   WINDTHORST LOSES ON THE ROAD
The Trojanettes traveled to Nocona on Tuesday where they dropped to matches: the first one to Wichita Falls Old
High, 11-25, 18-25, 25-13, 19-25 and to Nocona, 16-25, 22-25, 13-25.

Statistics for the players:
Leslie Schroeder: 16 kills                                Kelsie Berend: 10 digs
Lexi Koetter: 32 set assists                              Kelsey Hise: 3 kills
Brittney Schreiber: 8 kills                               Jaci Meurer: 15 digs
Bailey Schlumpf: 6 kills                                  Katie Meurer: 17 digs
Jordan Glawe: 20 digs                                     Lindsey Long: 21 set assists
Christine Schreiber: 5 kills

Season record: 10-7

                                      WINDTHORST WINS AT HOME
The Windthorst Trojanettes won their first home matches by defeating Burkburnett 25-13, 25-23, 21-25, 25-10 and
Vernon, 25-15, 25-23, 25-20.

Standouts for the Trojanettes:
Leslie Schroeder: 32 kills                                Jordan Glawe: 32 digs
Brittney Schreiber: 11 kills                              Lindsey Long: 24 set assists
Bailey Schlumpf: 11 kills                                 Jaci Meurer: 21 digs
Lexi Koetter: 41 set assists                              Kelsie Berend: 9 digs
Kelsey Hise: 7 kills                                      Katie Meurer: 21 digs

Season Record: 3-1

                     WINDTHORST TROJANETTES START OFF THE SEASON 1-1
The Windthorst Trojanettes took a road trip for their first match of the season and came away with a 1-1 record.

The Trojanettes were downed by a very talented Argyle squad, 19-25, 21-25, 11-25 but rebounded to come back and
defeat Aubrey in 5 sets: 27-25, 25-15, 17-25, 9-25, 15-8.

Statistics for the matches include:
Jordan Glawe: 10 kills                                    Bailey Schlumpf: 3 kills
Lexi Koetter: 19 set assists                              Kelsey Hise: 3 kills
Leslie Schroeder: 11 kills                                Lindsey Long: 13 set assists
Brittney Schroeder: 4 kills                               Katie Meurer: 8 digs
Kelsie Berend: 9 digs                                     Jaci Meurer: 19 digs

Other members rounding out this year’s squad: Alex Veitenheimer, Tova Ariel, Taylor Pennartz, Kayla Schreiber,
Christine Schreiber

Freshman Scores:
Windthorst defeats Aubrey: 25-19, 19-25, 25-10
Windthorst defeated by Argyle: 12-25, 16-25

JV Scores
Windthorst defeats Aubrey: 25-19, 25-10
                                 Windthorst defeated by Argyle: 13-25, 15-25

                                     WINDTHORST SPLITS AT RIDER
The Trojanettes played volleyball at Wichita Falls Rider High School on August 25, 2009 and split matches with
Rider and Bowie. They lost to Rider 11-25, 17-25, 17-25 and defeated Bowie 25-17, 25-21, 25-23.

Statistics for both matches:
Brittney Schreiber: 17 kills                              Bailey Schlumpf: 2 kills
Leslie Schroder: 17 kills                                 Katie Meurer: 11 digs
Lexi Koetter: 22 set assists                              Kelsie Berend: 8 digs
Lindsey Long: 26 set assists                              Jaci Meurer: 30 digs
Jordan Glawe: 19 digs                                     Kelsey Hise: 1 kill

Season record: 6-3
                                                           September 4, 2009-September 18, 2009

            TROJANETTES TAKE SILVER IN THE LU ALLEN MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT

The Trojanettes played in the Lu Allen Memorial Tournament this past weekend and brought home the silver in the
Division 1, Gold Bracket.

On Friday they split pool games with Abilene Christian and Graford. They won against Brock and Graham JV.
This seeded the team as the #2 seed in the Gold Bracket.

On Saturday, they defeated Chico, 25-22, 25-10, Denver City, 25-16, 23-25, 25-14 and lost to Nocona in the
Championship match, 17-25, 26-24, 10-25.

Standouts for the tournament:
Leslie Schroeder: 33 kills                               Bailey Schlumpf: 10 kills
Brittney Schreiber: 23 kills                             Jaci Meurer: 30 digs
Lexi Koetter: 44 set assists                             Kelsey Hise: 7 kills
Jordan Glawe: 40 digs                                    Katie Meurer: 37 digs
Lindsey Long: 46 set assists                             Kelsie Berend: 17 digs

Season record: 5-2

                               TROJANETTES BRING HOME CONSOLATION
The Windthorst Trojanettes brought home the Consolation trophy from Bronte this past weekend. On Friday, they
defeated Miles, 25-21, 22-25, 25-21, Abilene Christian, 25-19, 20-25, 25-20 and lost to Bronte, 12-25, 25-18, 24-26.
On Saturday, they lost their opening match to Water Valley, 20-25, 25-17, 19-25, then went on to defeat Plains, 25-
21, 25-22 and Leakey 25-16, 27-25.

Standouts for the Trojanettes include:
Brittney Schreiber: 44 kills                             Jaci Meurer: 63 digs
Leslie Schroeder: 42 kills                               Katie Meurer: 29 digs
Lexi Koetter: 72 set assists                             Lindsey Long: 62 set assists
Jordan Glawe: 78 digs                                    Kelsie Berend: 34 digs
Bailey Schlumpf: 15 kills                                Kayla Schreiber: 1 dig
Kelsey Hise: 9 kills

Congratulations to Lexi Koetter for making the All-Tournament team.
Season record: 10-5

                                          JV Trojanette Volleyball News
         The JV Trojanettes began their volleyball season August 11 and have played a total of six matches and
stand with a 4-2 record. Scores were as follows:

Argyle defeated Windthorst 25-15; 25-19
Windthorst defeated Aubrey 25-19; 25-22
Windthorst defeated Burkburnett 24-26; 25-19; 25-15
Windthorst defeated Vernon 27-25; 25-22
Rider defeated Windthorst 25-3; 25-19
Windthorst defeated Bowie 25-19; 23-25; 25-20

JV team members are: Candi Schenk, Mary Margaret Wolf, Valeria Estrada, Lynsey Neeb, Harlee Vieth, Cami
Koetter, Sara McCoy, Chelsea Berend, Megan Pennartz, Brianne King, and Shelby Keener.

                                     8th Grade Spartanette Volleyball News
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         The 8 Grade Spartanettes began their volleyball season on August 27 by hosting Barwise. The 8B team
lost to Barwise 9-25; 19-25. The 8A team defeated Barwise in a three set thriller 24-26; 25-16; 26-24. On August
31 the 8A team also defeated Archer City 25-6; 25-14.

8th Grade team members are: Carli Clifton, Katie Veitenheimer, Breanna Latham, Taylor Richey, Sydney Schenk,
Abby Wolf, Rebecca Wolf, Katie Pennartz, Ruth Estrada, Sarah Krahl, Lexi Hilbers, Ilana Ariel, Diana Guevara,
Logan Pennartz, Yajaira Escalante, Haley Bounds, Alyssa Teichman, Stefanie Sanchez, Areli Flores, and Brooke
Dillon.
                                            Trojanette Freshman News

The Windthorst Trojanette freshman team has played 6 games to start the 2009 volleyball season. Results of the
games were:
8/11 Argyle defeated Windthorst 12-25, 16-25
8/11 Windthorst defeated Aubrey 25-19, 19-25, and 25-10
8/18 Burkburnett defeated Windthorst 25-23, 21-25, 17-25
8/18 Windthorst defeated Vernon 21-25, 25-23, 25-21
8/25 Rider defeated Windthorst 12-25, 24-26
8/25 Windthorst defeated Bowie 16-25, 27-25, and 25-15
Team members are: Jayme Weatherred, Sydney Baber, Gabby Contreras, Victoria Anderle, Darby Anderle, Danielle
Anderle, Haley McCann, DJ Lindemann, Kristi Gresham, Rachel Keener, Hallin Garcia, Trissa Berend, and Taylor
Humper
                                                                                                      September 4, 2009-September 18, 2009

                                                Spartanette News
The Windthorst Spartanette 7 th grade teams kicked off the season and have played 4 games so far. Results were:
8/27 7 th B team defeated Barwise 22-25, 25-21, 25-17
8/27 Barwise defeated 7 th A team 11-25, 26-16, 14-25
8/31 Combined B team defeated Archer City 25-7, 25-11
8/31 7 th A team defeated Archer City 25-17, 28-26
Team members for the 7 th grade teams are: Karen Rodriguez, Clemen Valdes, Macey Baber, Rebecca Herrera,
Kaitlyn Veitenheimer, Macie Southard, Rachel Conrady, Karla Estrada, Baylee Morath, Ashley Latham, Christina
Oliveras, Rachel Anderle, Whitney Simmons, and Haven Canada



                                                                            Smart Starts
Tackle Textbooks
       When your child has a chapter to study, have then “preview” it to increase
their understanding. She should glance over headings, graphics, and photos and go
to the glossary to look up boldfaced words.

Don’t Fix Every Mistake
      Oh, no! Your child forgot to take their math homework to school-again!
Resist the urge to get in the car and dash to the school. Let your child learn from
her mistakes. The consequences of their actions will help them learn to be more
responsible next time.


                                                                  Recipes for Success
Vocabulary
      Start with a short sentence, such as “I went to the store.” Toss a ball back
and forth with you child. With each toss, change one word of the sentence without
changing its meaning (“I jumped rope to the store”). See how long you can keep
going without getting stuck.

“Grade Level TEKS are available through the elementary office or at the
following website.”
            www.tea.state.tx.us/curriculum/LearningStandards.pdf


                                                                           Elementary Parents

The Elementary Parental Involvement Policy is available online at www.windthorstisd.net. A
paper copy may be requested through the Elementary office.




Non-Discrimination Statement: Windthorst ISD does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in admission to or employment in its education program or
activities. This is in accordance with Federal Law including Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the U.S. Department of
Agriculture policy. This explains what to do if you believe you have been treated unfairly: To file a complaint of discrimination or to receive a copy of the grievance policy of the district, please
contact Windthorst Principal Jean Ashton at P.O. Box 190, Windthorst, TX 76389; or you may call (940) 423-6679 or fax (940) 423-6505. You may also write to the Office for Civil Rights,
Dallas Office, U.S. Department of Education, 1999 Bryan Street, Suite 2600, Dallas, TX 75201, Telephone (214) 880-2459, Fax (214) 880-3082, TDD: (214) 880-2456, Email:
OCR.Dallas@ed.gov

								
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