Today is Monday, March 27th, 2017
Anyone interested in a #WyattStrong t-shirt ($25) or sweatshirt($35) can pay and sign up in the office. All profits will go to the family.
There will be a manline meeting in the band room today after school.
The Spanish Club is going on a field trip on April 4th (a B day). We will be heading to a latin dance class and lunch at Dos Reales. Cost to each student is $5 and your own lunch. See Sra. Walk asap to sign up. If a large number of students sign up, attendance will be based on participation this year.
Seniors should stop by the office to pick up poster board for the Memory Wall at Promenade asap. Completed and decorated boards should be turned back into the office by April 18th in order to be on the Memory Wall at Promenade.
Students who will be taking AP exams are reminded to register with Mrs. Malone by TODAY.
The next Color Guard workshop will be on March 30 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Color Guard Try-outs will be on April 5th from 1:30-3:30 p.m.
STAGE SHOW AUDITIONS will be this week. Stage Show is a talent show for all band and choir students. We are looking for singing, dancing, comedy skits, etc. Be creative! Larger groups are welcome to sign up for an audition time and bring in a video of their audition, if that is easier. Seniors who would like to serve on the committee must be at all audition times in order to participate. Please sign up for an audition time outside of the band room.
The organizers of the Kirby Derby are looking for volunteers to serve as race course guides and Derby Horse mascot on Saturday, May 6th. See Mrs. Malone BY THE END OF THE DAY TODAY to volunteer.
Build it and they will come!!! Nick’s Park is being rebuilt and we need your help! We are organizing a fun-filled high school volunteer effort to give back to the park that has given us so many memories. Please sign up to participate! The dates will be April 18-21. There will be chances to volunteer during the school day in addition to after school. Sign up in the Guidance office. Contact Noah Wright or Mrs. Malone for more details.
To all sophomores and juniors: Need a job this summer and interested in learning construction related skills? Education for Employment System #330 is accepting applications for their annual Summer Construction Education Program, which will run from June 5th- June 30th, in Champaign.
You will be participating in the construction of a Habitat for Humanity home, as well as visiting local trade unions. Upon completion of the program, you will earn a $500 stipend, an OSHA safety certificate, and 1 high school credit. For more information, stop by the Guidance Office.
Looking for a summer job? The 4-H Memorial Camp is looking for 3 kitchen and maintenance workers. The pay is $8.25 per hour with both morning and afternoon shifts available. For application information, please take a yellow flyer from the table in front of the office.
Teachers make a difference in the lives of thousands of students and parents every day. Interstate Studio wants to know about a special teacher who has changed your life or the lives of others. Faculty, staff, administration, parents, and students are encouraged to submit a nomination by going to www.inter-state.com/TeacherOfTheYear and clicking on the Teacher of the Year Contest tab. There are two divisions including a grand prize of a $300.00 classroom grant and plaque and a $200.00 classroom grant and plaque. Nominations are due no later than April 5-7 p.m.
Students are reminded they are only allowed to park in the designated MHS student parking areas. This means NO parking on the north side of William Street or in any faculty parking areas. Students who drive to school also need to make sure to have a parking tag. Any questions, please see Mr. Reedy or Mr. Turner.
Note from the Media Center: PLEASE remember to check-out books with staff, OR write your name, book name, and its barcode on a slip of paper for us to enter. We are currently missing several newer books. If you have a book from the library, please check with us that it is checked out to you. Thank You!!
Girls in the Class of 2018 are encouraged to register for a potential scholarship sponsored by the Distinguished Young Women of Illinois. Find information at www.DistinguishedYW.org.
Seniors who will be majoring in engineering are encouraged to apply for the $1500 Illinois Society of Professional Engineers Scholarship. Stop by the Guidance Office for application details.
Parkland College is thrilled to announce two brand new, high tech summer camps starting in 2017! Machining and Welding Camp and Mapping with Technology Camp will join our very popular Automotive Camp this year. The Auto Camp will be offered twice to meet demand. Designed as career exploration opportunities for middle school and high school students, campers will learn safety practices, try out job skills, explore college training programs, and work on projects in Parkland’s state-of-the-art instructional labs. Students receiving free/reduced lunch are eligible for a fee discount. Some scholarships may be available. Contact Business Training and Community Education at 217.353.2055 for information. Register for these camps at parkland.edu/btceRegister.
Detention will be held today with Mr. Moore in his classroom from 3:15 until 3:45pm. Do not be late!
Happy birthday today to Seth Menacher.
Everyone have a good day!