HS Announcements: Thursday, Sept. 27th High School 1. Attention Juniors & Seniors. The following institutions and military branches will have representatives here to meet with you either in the media center or in Lab 70 during homeroom time: 10/1 – Army National Guard 10/2 – UNOH 10/4 – Eastern Mennonite University 10/5 – Rhodes State 10/8 – Hesston Please stop by guidance to sign up or if you have any questions. 2. The HS Guidance Office will be collecting money for the PLAN test that will be given to sophomores until Friday, Oct. 5. The cost is $11.75. Please bring your check made out to WL-S Schools or cash into the Guidance Office by 11:30 am. 3. Attention juniors and seniors: Are you considering Youngstown State University? If so, they are having two CRASH DAY/OPEN HOUSES on Saturday, October 20 and Friday, November 16. These are days for students and parents to meet faculty members and current students, explore different academic colleges and majors, and finally-tour the campus, residence halls and dining facilities. Please stop in HS Guidance for more info. 4. There will be a Homecoming Parade tonight at 7:00 in West Liberty. The parade will start at Lions Park, head west on Pickrelltown, south on Main, and return to the park on SR 245. A pep rally and bon fire will follow at the park. 5. There will be a Homecoming Pep Rally at school on Friday at 2:10. Ohio Hi Point students and Work Release seniors who want to attend the pep rally need to sign-in at the office prior to the pep rally. 6. The Homecoming King & Queen Crowning Ceremony will be at 6:15 at the football stadium on Friday before the game. 7. Don’t miss the finale of homecoming week. The homecoming dance will be held this Saturday from 8-11 in the cafetorium. Presale tickets will be sold only on Friday during lunch. For presale, the cost is $3 for a single and $5 for a couple. The cost at the door will be $4 and $6. Also, don’t forget, the school photographer will be at the dance to take pictures. So bring your money and a smile. Information about photo packages available can be picked up in the office. 8. Congratulations to Matt Kauffman who has been selected to receive the Honda-OSU Partnership Math Medal Award for the WLS Class of 2013. Matt will be honored at a special breakfast ceremony on November 1st at Honda of America Manufacturing in Marysville. 9. Congratulations to Aaron Scott who has been named a Commended Student in the 2013 National Merit Scholarship Program. Commended Students placed among the top five percent of more than 1.5 millions students who entered the 2013 competition by taking the 2011 Preliminary SAT. 10. Any NHS member interested in Community Service hours, please call Mrs. Hostetler from Bethel Mennonite for tutoring training, She needs names of those interested as soon as possible. 11. Cancer is a disease that impacts so many of us in different ways. You can get involved in the fight to find a cure by ordering a shirt and participating in the “PINK” game we are having on Oct. 5th sponsored by the Pigskin football parents. Several different activities will be going on that week and during the game to raise funds for the Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research, but the shirts have to be pre-ordered this week. Order forms are available in the office. If interested, return the order form to the HS office by Friday morning. Help us PINK out the stadium! 12. New York City Seniors – You were given information on Tuesday about the April 2013 New York City Senior Trip. If you want to go, you must turn in your signed registration/parent permission form and a deposit of $100 to Mr. Lewis by next Friday. 13. There will be an NHS Meeting during Junior/Senior Homeroom on Thursday, Oct. 4th in Mrs. Smith’s room. Athletics – On the Next Page Athletics 1. The middle school football team defeated Cedarville, 34-8. Luke Woods completed five passes for 189 yards and four touchdowns. James Loffing had a 51 yard touchdown reception, and Brandon Wolfe had three touchdown receptions of 85, 13, and 33 yards. Dillon Callicoat caught two conversion receptions from Woods. Defensively, Loffing had a 25 yard interception return for a score. Tevon McNutt and Garrett Predmore each had an interception. Wolfe had two tackles for loss, Jerrett Smith had two tackles for loss, and Trent Schmucker had one tackle for loss. The Tigers improved their record to 2-3. The Tigers return to action next Thursday versus Northeastern. 2. The high school girls volleyball team traveled to Southeastern for an OHC match last night. The JV team lost in 3 sets. Kylie Gilroy had 15 assists, 8 digs, 3 aces. Emily Shultz had 11 digs and Blake Cupps had 7 digs, 5 aces. The Varsity team won in 5 sets to improve their overall record to 9-7. Jamie Peterson had 26 kills, 15 digs. Rachel Loffing had 15 kills, 17 digs and Autumn Klinger had 29 assists.
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