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Daily High School Announcements


February 24, 2017

Congratulations to Emily Cooley who won the door prize drawing for the Buck Fever display in the library.

Congratulations to the Boys Varsity for winning the First District Championship last night. Great job Falcons.


Club Day is today. The schedule is as follows:

1st period: HS Book Club, FFA, Prom

2nd period: Green Team, Beta, MS Boys Book Club

3rd period: FCA, FCCLA, MS Girls Book Club

4th period: HS Science, Mentoring

5th period: Student Council, YLIA, Military, TAG, Student Lighthouse Team

6th period: Spanish, Red Rage, JH Science, EdRising

7th period: FBLA, Drama, Jr. Beta


This is a reminder that the Chamber of Commerce Leadership Group will be out on Monday Feb. 27th from 8 to Noon for a theme day field trip.


Play practice Tuesday and Wednesday after school next week.


Girls grades 9-12 who are playing spring league volleyball will start practice on Tuesday at 5:00 at New Harmony Baptist Church.


Seniors – Don’t forget that the deadline for the WKCTC scholarship application is next Wednesday, March 1st at noon.


Two deserving high school juniors from the West Kentucky RECC service area will be awarded an expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C. on June 9-16 of this year as participants in the 2017 Washington Youth Tour Program sponsored jointly by West Kentucky RECC and the Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives. Youth Tour winners will spend a week along with many other Kentucky youth touring Monticello, the Smithsonian Institute, Arlington National Cemetery, National Cathedral, Library of Congress, US Capitol, and the White House and will visit with Kentucky’s congressional delegation. To be eligible, you must be a high school junior in good standing and your parent or guardian must be a member of and receive electric service from West Kentucky RECC. The application is available in the Guidance office. All applications must be submitted by March 1, 2017.

JUNIORS – Applications are available in the guidance office for the Commonwealth Honors Academy at MSU. CHA is a 3 week residential summer program held on the campus of Murray State University June 10th – July 1st. Students need to have at least a 3.5 GPA and a 25 composite ACT score. Students will receive a $2000 housing scholarship to MSU, earn 6 hours of college credit this summer and have a chance to earn an additional 6 hours during their senior year. Applications must be postmarked by March 1st.


The registration deadline for the April 8th ACT is Friday March 3rd. Register online at www.actstudent.org. Our school code is 180485. The fee is $42.50. Juniors and Seniors on free/reduced lunch may request a fee waiver from the guidance office. Students are allowed to use 2 fee waivers total during their Jr. and Sr. years. Seniors wanting to attend MSU – the April test date is your last chance to raise your ACT score for the Academic Achievement scholarship. Juniors – if you are wanting to take dual credit next year and you do not have all of your benchmarks met (18 composite, 18 English, 19 math (21 college algebra) & 20 reading), you will need to take the April ACT. Sophomores, if you are wanting to take dual credit next year and you do not have at least an 18 composite, you will need to take the April ACT.


The 8th graders will be taking the NAEP (National Association for Educational Progress) test in reading and math next Thursday, March 2nd.

8th & 10th GRADE

8th & 10th graders will be participating in Operation Preparation on Tuesday, March 7th.


WKCTC is sponsoring a Logo and Slogan Design Contest. Any current WKCTC student is eligible to submit an entry. The deadline is March 7, 2017. For more information, see Mrs. Stairs or the flyer posted in the library.


The 3nd 9 weeks ends Friday, March 10th.


The Kentucky Department of Agriculture is sponsoring a Farm to School Junior Chef competition and students in grades 8-12 are invited to participate. Each school may submit only 1 team which must consist of 2-5 members. If you are interested, go to http://www.kyagr.com/junior-chef/ or pick up an information sheet in the library. If you intend to compete, see Megan Adams, our Food Service Director. Recipes are due to be submitted by March 15, 2017.


Students in grades 7 and 8 are invited to submit original poems to KET’s Young Writer’s Contest. The deadline is April 14, 2017. For more information, visit KET.org/writerscontest.


From now until the end of April, Clinton Bank sponsors ads in our local newspapers featuring seniors and spotlighting their accomplishments. In order to be published in the ad, each senior must submit a completed Senior Spotlight form, a print or digital photo of his or her favorite senior picture, and a copyright release granting permission to publish the photo. These items can be returned to Mrs. Stairs in the library or emailed to karen.stairs@hickman.kyschools.us.


The Legislative Page Program is a supervised, educational experience that involves serving General Assembly members in the Kentucky Senate Chamber. Although pages generally have one Senate sponsor, they perform a valuable service for all senators and staff by delivering messages, running errands, copying material, and delivering bills. Pages should be 12-18 years of age. Parents are responsible for getting the page to the Page Clerk’s office, located inside the Capitol in Frankfort. If you are interested in participating in the Page Program for State Senator Stan Humphries, applications are available in the guidance office.

Today’s lunch: pollo loco bowl or hamburger, fiesta rice, salsa, corn, salads, yogurt & granola, fruit, milk

Breakfast Monday: bacon tornado wrap

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