Mr. Meyer's 4th Grade Class at Washington Elementary, walked downtown this morning to the Raymond Frye Complex to observe today's mid-term election process. Steady flow of voters according to personnel on duty at Raymond Frye...get out and vote - GO MUSTANGS!!
Eisenhower is excited to host its 2nd Annual Family BINGO event this Saturday, November 3rd from 2-5pm in our multi-purpose room. This year our students are selling tickets for all of the AMAZING Raffle Packages we have put together. Attached is a copy of the event flyer, as well as the list of all of the Raffle Packages. If you would like to purchase any tickets just shoot me an email. There are tons of great stuff and you do NOT have to be present to win!
We hope to see you this weekend for some BINGO, Raffles, Food & Fun!
On Thursday, November 1, the National Honor Society Crusader Chapter at Wellington High School hosted a blood drive through American Red Cross. This event took place from 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. in the auxiliary gym. The blood collected will go towards those in need in the Sumner County area.
The Wellington FFA Chapter is having it's annual Fruit and Meat sales now thru November 9th. If you are interested in purchasing fruit or meat please contact an FFA Member or call/email Mrs. Chase at the high school. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The funds raised from this help to send students to conferences and conventions throughout the year. It also helps provide money for scholarships and expenses that the members have competing in competitions during the year.
ATTENTION Students & Parents!!
Wednesday was "Donuts for Grown Ups" at Kennedy Elementary. Lots of students, lots of parents and families, and lots of WHS Leadership students on hand as well, all present for the early morning gathering. An assembly followed the event, WHS Leadership Students Dominic Shore and Natalie Henning talked to the children about responsibility. Students of the Month for October were announced - we'll have those for you, along with the other schools' honorees in early November!!
Reality U returned to WHS on Tuesday, WHS Sophomores and students from Argonia, Caldwell, and South Haven participated in the financial literacy excercise.
Reality U helps youth acquire personal financial education to prepare them for their lives as adults – all packed into a highly interactive 75-minute simulation of life!