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Congratulations to the Quiz Bowl team for taking 3rd place in the St. Mary's Invitational Tournament on Saturday, January 14. Members who participated in this tournament included: Seniors Logan English and Kathrine Diel, Juniors Grant Martin, Taylor Martin, and Regan Songier, and Sophomore Magi Sumpter. The team went 8-2 in the day, and beat the 1st place team, C. E. Byrd, in round-robin play before falling to them by 5 points in the semi-finals. In total, the team earned an average of 238 points a game, totaling 2, 378 points for the day. The team will continue play in March at the Neville Invitational Tournament, before traveling to Baton Rouge at the end of
March for the state tournament at LSU.
Great Job Ladies and Gentlemen!
Seniors, the Kiroli Elementary (KPALS) scholarship is now available in Guidance. This application is only available in hard copy and can be picked up in Guidance now.
Only 2 weeks left to pre-order your yearbook! Check outside Miss Kiper's room 6204 to see if you've already purchased one. If your name isn't on the list, visit www.gorebs.org or bring $70 cash by January 31st. You don't want to miss out on this amazing book! Want to make sure you're in the yearbook? You're paying for it, might as well be in it! Send us any summer pictures, student achievement pictures like pageants, Eagle Scout, horse riding competition, etc., cross country and swim to email@example.com or tag us on Instagram @wmhsrebelyearbook.
Students it is that time of year again. We are now accepting A-HEC applications. If you are not sure what A-HEC is, it stands for Area Health Education Center and it is your chance to see if you have what it takes to be a health care professional. This program is free. It takes place during the summer for three weeks at a local hospital and is worth a semester grade. A-HEC allows students to get up close and personal with doctors, nurses, patients, etc. Many students are able to be in the middle of the all the drama in the delivery room and surgical room. This is your chance to see if you are able to handle a medical career before going to college and wasting a whole lot of money and time on the wrong occupation. If you are interested in this great opportunity, come by room #3105 or #3103 and pick up an application. You must complete your application before March first. Once you have your application completed, bring it to Mrs. Nelson in room #3105 and she will hand deliver all COMPLETED applications to the A-HEC office. This way we can make sure nothing gets lost in the mail.
Seniors, the LLSSA Youth Scholarship application is now available in Guidance. This scholarship is for all seniors whose parents are active-duty Law Enforcement and Fire Service Personnel.
The paper application must be picked up in Guidance.
Art Students, if you are interested in the talented art program, see one of the art teachers for information. You need to do this as soon as possible. Deadline for submitting art for consideration is February 28.
Homecoming 2016 DVDs are available in the main office for $25!
Attention Juniors and Seniors. National Honor Society Applications may be picked up in room 1205. Forms are due back to Ms. Rodgers in room 1205 by 3:00 PM Friday, January 20. Please pick up applications before school, between classes, or during 1st Lunch.
Seniors, the Lenwil Elementary School scholarship is now available for pickup in Guidance. Stop by and check out the pre-requisites today!
Seniors, the Church's Chicken Community Scholarship application is now available online. This organization will award 240 qualified seniors can earn a $1,000 scholarship.
To apply visit
www.SCHOLARSAPPLY.org/CHURCHSSCHOLARS. Deadline is February 15, 2017.
The University of Louisiana Monroe School of Pharmacy would like to invite Junior and Senior students who have an ACT of 24 or above and who are interested in pharmacy to attend the upcoming PharmFUTURE Spring 2017 event scheduled for January 20, 2017at the ULM School of Pharmacy in Monroe.
Registration is online and absolutely free! Stop by Guidance to receive more information!
The 33rd Annual Scholars' Banquet will be held on Monday, April 10th. During Second period today, students who are eligible for the this year's banquet will be called to the library to pick up
an information packet. To be eligible for this award, students must have an ACT composite score of 25 or higher, and a 3.5GPA or better on a 4.0 scale.
Informational packets must be returned to Guidance by tomorrow, January 18th.