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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

posted Apr 17, 2018, 8:21 AM by Jennifer Noatch

-ONLY 13 SENIORS have turned in the Wayne City High School Scholarship Foundation application for Class of 2018.  Completing this ONE application can apply you for several scholarships.  Graduating seniors and WCHS alumni are eligible to apply.  Applications will be picked up tomorrow morning.

-The following students need to turn in pictures for the graduation slideshow: Abby Bowsher, Remington Embry, Allison Green, Shayla Miller, Braxton Price, Morgan Schumm, Hunter White, and Annie Wilkerson.

-Seniors and staff who would like to attend the graduate breakfast on May 3rd, sign up in the office this week.

-Sports physicals are next Friday, April 20th. The cost is $25. Pick up a form in the office.

-Our next PBIS Behavior will run from April 17 to May 17. It will be no detentions or suspensions. 

-FFA will not be selling lunch on the next 2 Fridays since they will be on trips.

-Baseball and Softball players will be dismissed from class at 2:35 today. Bus leaves at 2:55.

-Buy group talent shirts in honor of Mrs. Talbert and to help send group talent to nationals! Orders must be in by April 30th.

-If you have raffle tickets/money for the Scholarship Foundation, turn that in to Mrs. Kissner this week.

-If anyone would like to bring desserts for the WCHS Scholarship Foundation on Sunday, you can bring them to the community building by 10am on Sunday.

-If anyone is interested in ordering an FFA shirt, please see Mrs. Ehrhart today. This is the last chance to order. 

-FFA members who plan to go to FFA State Convention, please see Mrs. Ehrhart now.

Other News

-If there are any seniors who need extra graduation invitations, there are about 40 in the office that you can use.

Seniors

-WADI, April 26 at WADI

-VFW Scholarship, April 27 to VFW

-JRD Memorial Scholarship, Due April 30 via email

-RLC Program of Study Scholarships, May 31 at RLC

-War of 1812 Scholarships, May 31 online

-Fairfield Business and Professional Women, June 1

-Fairfield Chamber of Commerce, August 1

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