October 17, 2016 from WMHS on Vimeo
We have been off the air for a few days, but wow what a few days we have had. First, what a great week. From everyone that dressed up, decorated doors, and just showed school spirit throughout the week, you made the week so special. Thanks to the teachers, administration, and support staff that saw the importance of the total high school experience. What a great, great homecoming week. It's one to be remembered. Keep working to make your positive mark on the world and taking your place in the HALL OF FAME.
Keeping that service spirit alive last week were the Tadpoles and The Key Club. The Key Club and Tadpoles volunteered in record numbers to assist The First Methodist Church unload their pumpkins for their pumpkin patch. Check out this video of their work.
Attention Art Club members: This is an urgent announcement. Art Club tee shirt printing has been postponed till today, Monday October 17. When is it going to happen? Oh, yes, that's today. Plan to stay after school. Have a ride home. You must have paid your $10.00 for your shirt in advance.
A-HEC, which stands for Area Health Education Center, has some one day opportunities coming up. If you are interested in a medical profession, you do not want to miss this chance to learn more about healthcare careers that are available. These opportunities are open to seniors and juniors who have at least a 2.5 grade point average. You must pick up an application from Mrs. Krista Nelson room # 3105 or print it out at www.clahec.org. To apply you must fill out this application, get a letter of recommendation from one teacher, print out your most recent transcript, and type a 250 word essay that explains why you should be selected. All of this information must be mailed to the address provided on the application not later than November 14th.
There will be a Habitat for Humanity Meeting Tuesday, October 18th. The $10 club fee is due by Thursday, October 20th. You may pay this to Mrs. Duke in room 3209 or Mr. Aswell in room 5208. Please sign up for the Habitat for Humanity Remind texts. Directions are located on the club’s school messenger page.
Last Saturday, members of the WMHS band and choir auditioned for the Louisiana Music Educators Association All State Band, Choir, and Orchestra in Pineville, LA. The following students were selected to the All State Band. They are:
Anna-Grace Gibson, Paige Freeman, Nathan Seward, Blake Ross, George Rodgers, Clayton Moses, Ryan Peterson, Sarah Wheeler, Maria Zeagler, Ann-Elise Mitcham, Emily Roberts, Michael Bishop, and Jonas Arender,
The following students were selected to the All State Orchestra. They are:
JoAnna Calhoun and Tracey Tse
The following students were selected to the All State Choir. They are:
Laura Beth Moore, Gabby Ballew, Kelly Cole, Katie Edwards, Breanna White, Courtney Cavender, Morgan Oden, Cara Ramos, Jade Parker, Erica Fuller, Lauren Hartt, Brooke BeDoit, Astrid Guerrero, Paige Freeman, Lexi Epling, Kaleigh Goodwin, Lindsay Thornton, Ashtyn Ingram, Samantha Beekman, Cameron Ott, Rupert Lange, Caleb Norman, Jackson Taylor, Nathan Newsom, Jace Cascio, Rhett Finley, Dexter Blake, Graham Scarborough, and Chad Many. These students will represent West Monroe High School in Baton Rouge in November.
They were also a number of students that were accepted to the Louisiana Choral Directors Association All State Choir. They are: Annalee Watson, Ella Avery, Grace Warren, Emma Lovell, Piper Finley, Morgan Oden, Ellie Frye, Anna Claire Peradeau, John Adam Lengefeld, Gavin Gresham, Ravion Brown, Clay Zizzi, Collin Duffey, Daniel Hawthorne, Colin Gulde, Gabby Ballew, Faith Stansbury, Brooke BeDoit, and Jade Parker. I lost count, but I think that's over 60 named as All Staters from our great music programs. Special recognition has to go out to Gabby Ballew, Brooke BeDoit, Paige Freeman, Morgan Oden, and Jade Parker for being selected to multiple All State groups. Special thanks to Mr. Freeman, Mr. Saunders, Mr. Jowers, Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. Oden, and Mr. Oden for all their work with our students. Good job.
What a great way to end today's broadcast. Always striving for excellence - that's West Monroe High School. Have a great day Rebels.