Friday, April 20, 2018
Results from the Heights Track and Field Meet on Monday. Out of 11 teams South boys placed 4th and girls 5th.
Ivan Nunez 6th in the Discus and Cassidy Black placed 6th
Damien Hawken 1st in Javelin and Isabel Lopez placed 7th
Oluchi Odunze placed 3rd in Shot Put
Raven James placed 3rd in the Pole Vault
Serapis Artis placed 4th and Aiden Tucker 7th in the Long Jump
Ty Reid and Sha-Maury Straughter placed 1st and 6th in the Long Jump
Oliver Hudson 7th in the Triple Jump
Tahlo Wilson placed 4th in the 110 Hurdles and Ali Farmer placed 6th in the 100 Hurdles
Nicomas Craig 1st and AJ Hicks 6th in the 100m, as well as
Ty Reid and Raven James placed 4th and 5th respectively in the 100m
AJ Hicks 3rd in the 200m and Ty Reid placed 6th.
Jace Peters and Jabez Williams went 4th and 5th respectively in the 400 and also both of them set personal records.
Sarah King placed 3rd in the 1600 and 5th in the 800
Josh Torres placed 4th in the 1600 and Alyssa McNany placed 7th
Kyle Silmon placed 1st in the 2000m Steeplechase
The boys and girls 4x100 relay placed 4th and 5th
The both girls and boys 4x400 Relay placed 5th
The Varsity track teams will be competing today in Haysville at the Campus invitational.
The JV softball team beat South East last night with a score of 16-2! Way to go ladies!
The girls’ swim team worked really hard last night. The 200 Medley Relay A Team: Autumn Krueger, Ashleigh Carter, Kahle Tucker and Elicia Rueda and the B Team: Alanis Gonzalez-Medina, Tabitha Smith, Danny Saenz, and Allison Buckley all cut time. Kahle Tucker also worked hard and cut more time on her 200 Individual Medley. Setting new personal bests on their 50 Freestyle were Autumn Krueger, Ashleigh Carter, Elicia Rueda and Alanis Gonzalez-Medina. Setting new personal bests in the 100 Freestyle were Danny Saenz, Allison Buckley, and Maddy Casad-Anderson. Tabitha Smith set a personal best in the 100 Breaststroke. Great job!
A shout out goes out to the Thespian Troup that came out and timed for the meet and Avid! Thank you!
Titanantics t-shirts have arrived! If you have ordered one, all you need to do is bring your $10 and you can pick yours up!
Attention—are you interested in running for Student Council next year? If so, elections are coming up. You will need to get an election form from Ms. Harvey in C-8 or Mrs. Turner in C-14. The forms are due today. Election forms and requirements are different this year!
Help Wanted! There is a workforce shortage of skilled workers in the field of aviation manufacturing. WSU Tech, formerly WATC, is offering half-day blocks in aviation sheet metal and aviation composites. If you are interested in taking these courses during the 2018-19 school year, see your counselor today! These are free tuition, college credit hours in a career area needing workers. Don’t miss out!
Also, for those interested in learning more about the aviation industry, Exploration Place is hosting an event called “Aviation is Awesome” on Wednesday, May 2, from 5:30-8 pm. Stop by the CCC to get a free ticket for you and your family. Tickets are limited and on a first come, first served basis.
Two summer sessions of Driver’s Ed will be offered at Campus High. One from May 29-June 22 and the other from June 25-July 27. Students may choose the AM or PM class at a first come, first serve basis. Class capacity is 52 students. Students must be at least 14 years of age on or before May 19, 2018 for the first session or before June 22, 2018 if participating in the 2nd session. Attendance at all classes is mandatory and there is a $250 fee. Forms can be picked up in B2.
SENIORS: Senior Breakfast tickets go on sale on Monday, April 23. Tickets are $5.00 and can be purchased from the bookkeeper before school, between classes, during lunch and after school.
Attention Seniors: Wednesday, April 25th, there will be a senior class meeting during Titan Time about graduation. All seniors must be there. Please be sure to bring a writing utensil.
Hey Seniors! Which one of you is most likely to be president? Which one of you has the best smile? Which one of you is most likely to lead a march? Vote now in the 2018 senior survey. Go to shs the torch dot com and click on the senior survey link to vote. The poll will be open until April 27th. Again, to vote please go to shs the torch dot com and click on the senior survey link.
Calling all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors! The CCC has FREE summer workshops for you!
Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors can learn how to get a higher ACT score in order to earn more scholarship money and admission into the college of your choice by signing up for one of the FREE ACT workshops this summer!
Sophomores: Sign up for Titan University for a chance to learn about college while also competing for the Titan University scholarships!
Juniors: Sign up for the Senior Prep Workshop to get your scholarship essay and resume ready for next year, while also getting help applying to college, or get some much needed volunteer hours and leadership experience in the Be a Leader Workshop!
To sign up for the workshops, go to the CCC webpage by clicking on “programs” on the South High site or stop by the CCC in room B6. Don’t wait to sign up! Space for some workshops may be limited.
This Week's Events
Var Track @ Campus 3:00
Fire Camp @ South
Spicy Chicken Sandwich or
Pork Rib Sandwich
That’s all for your announcements today South. Have a Fantastic Friday!
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fire Camp
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM ARC Pageant
4:00 PM Tennis: Boys @ East
4:15 PM Baseball: JV @ Southeast
6:30 PM Baseball: Varsity@ South
3:50 PM Track: Varsity @ East High
4:00 PM Tennis: Boys Varsity @ South
May 4, 2018
5:00 PM Softball: JV @ TRYC
The awards recognize well-rounded outstanding CTE students.
Joint Statements Regarding 2018-19 Negotiations between Wichita Public Schools and United Teachers of Wichita
Updates from the Interest Based Bargaining team, comprised of representatives from the Wichita Public Schools and United Teachers of Wichita (UTW).
Superintendent Dr. Alicia Thompson presented the new WPS Strategic Plan – Every Student Future Ready, Empowered to Dream Believe and Achieve during the April 9 Board of Education meeting. The plan will guide the district’s work through 2023 and consists of 5 elements: Shared Beliefs, Vision, Mission, Long-Term Goals and Strategic Themes.
Janet Sutter, a Business and Technology teacher, is the recipient of the 2018 Excellence in Public Service Award.
WPS announces some principal and administration changes for the 2018-19 school year.