Friday, December 14, 2018
Congrats to the JV wrestlers on their hard fought dual against northwest. Congrats to Asher Wagner on his win by pin and Alexandra LaForge on her win by pin. Congrats to the Varsity Wrestlers Aaron Mills and Ivan Nunez on their wins by decision. And congrats to Bryan Jurczewsky, Malachi Karibo and Grant Murray on their win by pin! Come out to Bishop Carroll tomorrow and support your Titan wrestlers at the Bishop Carroll invitational! Keep working hard and always proud to be a Titan.
Hey Titans! The senior portraits are in. Please pick your photo up in H4. Also, if you had retakes those are in as well and can also be picked up in H4. Again, senior portraits and retakes are in H4.
NHS juniors and seniors – please don’t forget that we have a meeting today in room A23 during Titan Time. New members, your contract is due TODAY! Returning members – your community service hours are due at the meeting.
GSA Members and allies, TODAY we will be holding our Holiday Party to kick off Winter Break. The party will be held Friday (12/14/2018) DURING our lunch meeting. Please bring snacks to share with club members.
If you do not have your pictures yet you can pick them up in the B1 office at lunch or after school.
Attention ladies! Anyone who is interested in playing softball this year softball needs to attend the preseason meeting during lunch in J16, TODAY, to visit with Coach Carney & Harvey about the upcoming season!
Pulled Pork Sandwich
This Week's Activities
Basketball @ Northwest 4:15 pm
GWAL Canned Food Drive - Donate 2 cans to receive $2.00 off entry into the South vs Northwest basketball game
Varsity Wrestling @ Bishop Carroll
JV Wrestling @ Rose Hill
Quote for the Day
"Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create."― Roy T. Bennett
That’s all for your announcements today, have a Fantastic Titan Friday!
Chicken nuggets are one of our most popular school lunch offerings. We followed along to learn how chicken nuggets make the journey from our School Service Center to our school buildings.
Students applied for the grants as part of an initiative to learn about philanthropy.
See how building engineers at each of our high schools help keep our largest buildings running smoothly. They help maintain more than 2.7 million square feet of educational space ensuring that our facilities are ready to serve generations of students.
The 23rd annual breakfast celebrated JROTC and leadership cadets and the impact the programs have on students.
The BOE recognized the winners of the Superintendents Challenge for fall high school sports.
Twenty teachers across the district were surprised with Education EDGE and Koch classroom mini-grants to support their classroom projects.
The WPS instrumental repair department helps extend the life of musical instruments so more students have an opportunity to play in band or orchestra.