The Bradley County Habitat for Humanity is holding a fundraiser called the Challenges for Charity. Challenges such as sleeping on the roof of the school or riding a tricycle all day will be done by your favorite teachers if their jar reaches 50 dollars. For every dollar you donate, you can vote for a challenge in the cafeteria during lunch. Although freshmen cannot vote during lunch, there will be an opportunity for them to vote in September during map.
Students, if you are interested in the Cormetech Advanced Manufacturing Internships, please get an internship packet from the Mrs. Walker, Career Counselor, or see one of the Engineering/Advance Manufacturing teachers. One WVHS student will be selected to participate. It is a paid position and the student will work from 3:00-7:00 Monday-Friday with the potential to work extra hours. Students interested should have completed two classes in an advanced manufacturing focus area and be at least 17 years of age by October 17th.
Students, if you are interested in being a part of LIFE group this year, please see Mrs. Black for a pass. There will be an informational meeting Tuesday, Septemer 13 at 1:30pm in the main office.
Returning Beta Club members: Please pay your $10 yearly dues to your grade sponsor through September 23. The grade sponsors are 10th-Mrs. Patterson in guidance, 11th-Mrs Gober in G110, and 12th-Mrs Fox in G112. If you are interested in becoming a new member of the Beta Club, please see the grade sponsor to pick up an application. Freshmen: If you went to middle school somewhere other than OMS and were in the Jr Beta Club, please see Mrs. Wielfaert in B111 for an application to WV’s club.
National Honor Society will meet this Wednesday, September 10, at 1:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. Yearly dues are $10.00 and should be paid by September 30. We look forward to seeing all members at this meeting. Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Everett, and Mrs. McChesney
Join the Outdoor Club! Club fees are $5 per year and you can sign up in Mrs. Shrestha’s room, G115 or Mrs. Tipton’s room, B206. The first overnight trip is to Looking Glass Rock in North Carolina on October 2nd and 3rd.
Beta Club will meet this Friday in the auditorium at 1:30pm. This meeting is for returning members only.
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: SGA is happy to announce that for the first time, you have the opportunity to paint your parking spot! If you would like to customize your parking spot, see Miss Ball in G208 for an application. The cost is $50 per spot. Your design and application must be submitted for approval by Sept. 19th. Painting days will be held Sept. 24th and Oct. 2nd.
Any senior that has not picked up an ACT retake voucher should see Ms. McClanahan in the Counseling Office before September 16. If you have trouble signing in, please come by to see Ms. McClanahan for assistance.
10th and 11th grade students that would like to take the PSAT should bring $16.00 to the Counseling Office by September 21st to sign up. There is a limited number of spots, so please sign up quickly. For more information on the PSAT, see your MAP teacher or Ms. McClanahan in the Counseling Office.
FBLA is now accepting membership applications. Students can pick up applications outside MCLA3. If you were a member last year in FBLA, you need to fill out a new membership form and turn into Ms. Brady in MCLA3. All forms and fees are due by Fall Break.
The remind 101 code for FBLA is now posted outside MCLA3. Stop by and join the group for important information and reminders.