YOUR FRESHMAN OCTOBER 2023 STUDENT OF THE MONTH--HANNA ICE! My close family includes my mom, Casey Miller, my older sister, Harley, my younger sister, Joslynn, my little brother, Lucas, and my grandmother, Janet Miller. My favorite class is either World History / Geography or Spanish 1 because I like learning about what happened in the past and I like Spanish 1 because it's interesting to learn about a foreign language! My favorite teacher is either Mrs. Lefor or Mr. Linderman because they teach my favorite subjects and are very understanding. My favorite sport is swimming. Some of the things I do for fun are coloring, writing, baking, decorating / cleaning my room, and shopping. I plan to attend a good college to become a midwife after high school. I'm proud to be a WHS panther because I love learning.
4 months ago, Christina Powers
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YOUR SENIOR OCTOBER 2023 STUDENT OF THE MONTH--JULIE RUDELL! My family consists of my parents Joe and Jennifer and my three siblings, John, Jessica, and Jane. My favorite class is peer-to-peer. I enjoy attending Mrs. Andrew's math class and helping her students. I participate in soccer. This year I am the class vice-president and a member of the student council. When I am not in school I enjoy hanging out with my friends, attending sports events, working at Gala-T-Inn, and shopping. After high school, I plan to attend college to become a teacher. I am proud to be a Panther because I enjoy having a small community where I know everyone.
4 months ago, Christina Powers
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YOUR JUNIOR OCTOBER 2023 STUDENT OF THE MONTH--RILEY PRESTON! My name is Riley Preston. I live with my Mom, Heather, Dad, Adam, and my younger brother named Tyler. My favorite class has to be one of two, yearbook with Mrs. Brant, or Ceramics and Sculpture with Mrs. Hunt. I love yearbook with Mrs. Brant because I love to attend all the activities and enjoy capturing all the memories we make in highschool, and using my creative mind to condense it all into a book to share. But I also love Ceramics and sculpture with Mrs. Hunt. I enjoy art with Mrs. Hunt because I love sketching things and making them come to life by using clay. My favorite teacher is a tie between Mrs. Brant and Mrs. Hunt. They are both amazing, If you need anything they both can help in any way. I participate in many things outside of the school day. I play volleyball, soccer, and basketball. I am also in student council again this year. For fun outside of school I hangout with my friends, I love shopping and spending money. After high school, I plan on attending Douglas J. Aveda Institute in Grand Rapids. To pursue a career in cosmetology. While attending beauty school, I will take business classes at Grand Valley University. I am proud to be a Watervliet Panther because I love being apart and representing a small town.
4 months ago, Christina Powers
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YOUR JUNIOR OCTOBER 2023 STUDENT OF THE MONTH--AUSTIN SMITH! In my household, my family includes me and my mom Melissa Smith. Close family not in my household that I visit with the most are my Grandma Murlene Wolter and my Aunt Vernell Wright. My favorite class is U.S. History in Depth. I like history and the class really gets in depth into it. It's hard to pick a favorite teacher for this school year. I'm not in any sports or clubs. I'm an avid writer. If you walk up to me in my free time, I may be seen writing something. The longest story I've written so far is 17 pages with 4440 words. Eventually I might beat that record. I'm challenging myself to go longer and longer. I like listening to music while doing something. I just can't handle silence. I also like watching movies. I'm still debating on what I'll be doing after high school. Something I'm kinda thinking of is something with writing. I'm proud to be a panther because of the amazing staff. They really seem to truly want their students to learn and help them if needed and they're not just doing it because it's required of them.
4 months ago, Christina Powers
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YOUR SOPHOMORE OCTOBER 2023 STUDENT OF THE MONTH --MOEKO CRAGO! My family consists of my mom, my dad, and my brother. I also have 2 dogs, 3 cats, and 2 turtles. My favorite class has been high school band. It has been my favorite class ever since I got to high school. I enjoy starting my day by playing music and going outside for class to rehearse our marching band show. My favorite teacher is Mrs. Hollandsworth. She always makes the class fun. She always does everything she can to help and make us succeed. I participate in student council, the student advisory council, and interact club. I also play basketball and golf. I enjoy baking, arts and crafts, exercising, reading, and watching tv. I am currently unaware of what my plan is for after high school. I am proud to be a panther because I like representing my class in all these different clubs and participating in as many activities as I can to show my school spirit and show that I enjoy doing it.
4 months ago, Christina Powers
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Freshman Give Back Night--OPEN TO EVERYONE TO ATTEND! November 9th 5:30-8:30 Surfari Joes - Watervliet $20/swimmer Surfari Joes will donate half of all sales back to the Class of 2027. All students and families invited to attend!
4 months ago, Christina Powers
Good Morning Watervliet High School Panthers! Today is Tuesday October 31st. My name is Abby Lomoro and I am your Tuesday morning announcement reader. Watervliet Public Schools will be a premier district that challenges and empowers students and staff to achieve beyond their own expectations. Today’s lunch is: Jack-O- Lantern Pizza Bag of Baby Carrots Fresh salad greens Pumpkin Cookie Sliced Michigan Apples & Choice of Milk Tomorrow’s breakfast is Fresh Baked Cinnamon Roll Petite Banana & Choice of Milk Happy Birthday to Evelyn Perez Cruz and Ava Sprague. PBIS winners for demonstrating respect, responsibility or safety at school are: Angelica Daisy Talynn Davis Chris Parkhurst Tyler Cole Dennis Frazier Kelsey Howell Adileni Moron Makena Guzman Madison Rynberg Taylor Green Katelynn Kostrzewa Hailey Adams Daijahnae Hatcher Mackenzie Birmele There is an SAC meeting Wednesday at 7:30 am–all student representatives should attend. If you are wearing a costume today, please remove a mask in class if asked. The Lady Panthers placed 6th in a field of 18 teams at the Regional Meet. Morgan Lowell continued her streak of great races finishing 4th overall with a new PR of 20:30. This is Morgan’s second straight year qualifying for the State Meet. Kimmy Romero also put together an excellent race to finish 11th with a new PR of 21:26 and qualified for the State Meet as well. Mimi Feneley finished up her first season of cross by knocking 59 seconds off her time to post a 23:49. Gabby Wisdom, Ella Geisler, Marissa Lowell, and Johanna Granados all held steady with consistent performances to help the team finish in the top third of the field. The Panther boys wrapped up the season with an 11th place finish at Regionals. Daniel Mandujano finished 5th overall with a time of 16:47 to qualify for the State Meet for the second year in a row. Luke Isbrecht raced his way to a new PR of 19:03. Alex Sexton posted his season best with a 20:08 followed up by Zeke Cardozo in 20:20. Dennis Frazier had his best race of the season lowering his PR by 51 seconds to 20:28. CHOIR Century Resources fundraiser money and forms are due tomorrow, Wednesday, Nov. 1! A reminder that we are halfway through semester 1. Student who want to be exempt from semester 1 exams are reminded to have an 80% or higher in a class are 3 or fewer absences that are not school related. This Wednesday and Thursday, November 1st & 2nd, the gym will be open for open gym to anyone NOT still participating in a fall sport. Wednesday, November 1 - (Early Release Day) - Open gym from 1:20 - 2:30 Thursday, November 2 - Open gym from 3:20 - 4:30 Science Olympiad Competition is March 8th. There are 23 possible events to choose from. You can do up to 5 by yourself or with a partner. See Dr. Mosher if interested. Event focus: Anatomy and Physiology - Learn about the cardiovascular, lymphatic and excretory systems. Attention juniors and seniors, there will be a visit to Hope College on Thursday, November 9. The first 45 students to sign up and return permission slips will be able to attend. Sign up and permission slips are available in the guidance office. The only students permitted to be in the building after school are those who are working with a coach or a teacher. If you are waiting for ride, wait at the cafe doors please. This Wednesday and Thursday, November 1st & 2nd, the gym will be open for open gym to anyone NOT still participating in a fall sport. Wednesday, November 1 - (Early Release Day) - Open gym from 1:20 - 2:30 Thursday, November 2 - Open gym from 3:20 - 4:30 Semester 2 dual enrollment is open now. If you plan on dual enrolling for semester 2 see Mrs. Tyler ASAP and get registered. WEDNESDAY is another early release day. PJs are allowed. You will eat the same lunch as your 5th hour teacher. At this time we ask you to stand. The privilege of this day was made possible by those who have fought and continue to fight for the freedoms that we enjoy. Let us respect and honor their efforts by standing, placing our hands on our hearts and reciting the pledge of allegiance. If you are wearing a hat, please remove it. I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Those are all of our announcements for today. Make it a great day or not Panthers, the choice is yours!
4 months ago, Teri Richcreek
ALL WHS STUDENTS AND STAFF ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE!
4 months ago, Christina Powers
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ALL PARENTS AND STUDENTS ARE INVITED TO LEARN MORE ABOUT WHAT EACH BRANCH HAS TO OFFER!
4 months ago, Christina Powers
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CONGRATULATIONS to our October 2023 nominees for Student of the Month! FRESHMEN Olivia Mitchell Hanna Ice Kelsie Gaston Megan Tucker Claire Moore Angelica Daisy Elliott Worley SOPHOMORES Ava Sprague Jenna Ritter Mark Birmele Grace Ripley Natalaya Desjardin Arianna Ellsworth Moeko Crago Aubrey Hayes Kami Rathfon Ella Isbrecht Abby Klopp Brendan Strong Addison Smith Aiden Bryan Austin Tomes JUNIORS Lilly Summers Amber Robbins Riley Preston Chase Morris Austin Smith Jewell Burgess Alex Wilder Luke Isbrecht Chaz Hart Kimberly Romero Riley Preston Jaysen Bauschke SENIORS Ella Harris Trevor Tavolacci Julie Rudell Anslie Saylor Antonio Velasquez Savannah Nearpass Sam Crago Grace MacMillan Olivia Price
4 months ago, Christina Powers
Good Morning Watervliet High School Panthers! Today is Monday October 30th. My name is Tia Caldwell and I am your Monday morning announcement reader. Watervliet Public Schools will be a premier district that challenges and empowers students and staff to achieve beyond their own expectations. Today’s lunch is: Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla Light Sour Cream Tortilla Chips Salsa Cup Romaine Ribbons Peach Cup & Choice of Milk Tomorrow’s breakfast is Cereal Breakfast Kit Light Mozzarella String Cheese & Choice of Milk Happy Birthday Ella Geisler! The last few weeks have been a whirlwind for the Watervliet Marching Band! On October 14th, the Watervliet Marching Band traveled to Grandville High School for the Reeths-Puffer West Shore Invitational. This was their first competition of the MCBA season and they finished in 1st Place in Flight V and took caption awards for Best Music, Best Marching, and tied for Best General Effect. The next weekend, they headed to Jenison and finished again in 1st place earning all three caption awards for Best Music, Visual, and General Effect. Last Saturday, the band competed in MCBA Championship Prelims. This competition determined the ranking and performance order going into State Finals. For the first time ever, Watervliet is ranked first in their flight going into State Championships! MCBA State Championships is held on Saturday, November 4th at Ford Field in Detroit. Flight V starts at 7:30 am with awards at 9:50 am. Watervliet will be performing last in their flight. Visit www.themcboa.org for more championship information. Good luck to all of our band members this weekend! Anyone interested in the Science Olympiad Team this year, please see Dr. Mosher as soon as possible this week ! The only students permitted to be in the building after school are those who are working with a coach or a teacher. If you are waiting for ride, wait at the cafe doors please. This Wednesday and Thursday, November 1st & 2nd, the gym will be open for open gym to anyone NOT still participating in a fall sport. Wednesday, November 1 - (Early Release Day) - Open gym from 1:20 - 2:30 Thursday, November 2 - Open gym from 3:20 - 4:30 Semester 2 dual enrollment is open now. If you plan on dual enrolling for semester 2 see Mrs. Tyler ASAP and get registered. If you choose to dress up for Halloween TOMORROW, no weapons, real or fake can be brought into school. If a teacher asks you to remove a mask in class, you are expected to do so. WEDNESDAY is another early release day. PJs are allowed. You will eat the same lunch as your 5th hour teacher. At this time we ask you to stand. The privilege of this day was made possible by those who have fought and continue to fight for the freedoms that we enjoy. Let us respect and honor their efforts by standing, placing our hands on our hearts and reciting the pledge of allegiance. If you are wearing a hat, please remove it. I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Those are all of our announcements for today. Make it a great day or not Panthers, the choice is yours!
4 months ago, Teri Richcreek
Check out this week's Panther Parent Newsletter! https://www.smore.com/gu5rp
4 months ago, Christina Powers
Here are a few of the final pencil drawings from the Art I class.
4 months ago, Teri Richcreek
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Good Morning Watervliet High School Panthers! Today is Friday, October 27th. My name is Jacob Schaefer and I am your Friday morning announcement reader. Watervliet Public Schools will be a premier district that challenges and empowers students and staff to achieve beyond their own expectations. Today’s lunch is: Corn Dog on a Stick Grandma's Baked Beans Baked Potato Chips Michigan Romaine Spring Mix Fruit Sorbet & Choice of Milk Monday’s Breakfast is: Ultimate Breakfast Round & Cottage Cheese Strawberry Cup & Choice of Milk Celebrating a birthday today is Alex Sexton. We are following an early release schedule today. You will eat the same lunch as your 5th hour teacher. At 1:10, you will be directed to go to your first of 3 sessions. You will see a sign outside of each teacher’s door signifying the activity that each teacher is offering today for the last half of the day. Check out these signs today so that you know where you are headed. You get to attend 3 sessions for 30 minutes each. Congratulations to our middle school and high school choir members for their excellent performance on the fall concert! The night was filled with music following the theme, “Live in Color”. Some of the featured songs were: “Blackbird”, by the Beatles, “True Colors”, with solos by Ella Harris and Christopher Parkhurst. “For Good”, from the musical “Wicked” with solos by Gabby Guthrie and Sienna Harris, “Let It Grow” from The Lorax movie with solos by Billy Varner, Jaxon Anderson, and Cierra Woodson, “The Song That Nature Sings”, “Rainstorm”, “Shoshone Love Song” and a mass choir number entitled, “More to Me” with solos by Cadia Raines, Jenna Ritter and Lauren Lovell. Great job, choirs! Red Ribbon Week pledge sheets are available in the guidance office for anyone who would like to sign one. Anyone interested in the Science Olympiad Team this year, please see Dr. Mosher today during one of the sessions. Varsity Basketball Cheerleading tryouts are TODAY from 3:30-4:30 in the auditorium lobby! The sign up sheet is in the front office The only students permitted to be in the building after school are those who are working with a coach or a teacher. If you are waiting for ride, wait at the cafe doors please. Semester 2 dual enrollment is open now. If you plan on dual enrolling for semester 2 see Mrs. Tyler ASAP and get registered. If you choose to dress up for Halloween on Tuesday, no weapons, real or fake can be brought into school. If a teacher asks you to remove a mask in class, you are expected to do so. NEXT WEDNESDAY is another early release day. PJs are allowed. You will eat the same lunch as your 5th hour teacher. At this time we ask you to stand. The privilege of this day was made possible by those who have fought and continue to fight for the freedoms that we enjoy. Let us respect and honor their efforts by standing, placing our hands on our hearts and reciting the pledge of allegiance. If you are wearing a hat, please remove it. I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Those are all of our announcements for today. Make it a great day or not Panthers, the choice is yours!
4 months ago, Teri Richcreek
Good Morning Watervliet High School Panthers! Today is Thursday October 26th. My name is Julia Pepple and I am your Thursday morning announcements reader. Watervliet Public Schools will be a premier district that challenges and empowers students and staff to achieve beyond their own expectations. Today’s lunch is: Scrambled Eggs Jenni-O Turkey Bacon Pumpkin Bread Sweet Peppers Fresh Grape Clusters & Choice of Milk Tomorrow’s breakfast is Cereal Breakfast Kit Dannon Low Fat Vanilla Yogurt Cup Pineapple & Choice of Milk Celebrating a birthday today is Brendan Strong! Watervliet’s debate team had a tough competition between five schools last night but walked away with two winners. JT Davis took 3rd place and Amber Robbins took 4th at Wayland Union last night. Savannah Nearpass authored one of the two bills written. Chase Morris and Elliott Worley were able to get placement, and Makenzie Birmele, Emy Baldwin, and Braydon Collins earned speaker points. Red Ribbon Week pledge sheets are available in the guidance office for anyone who would like to sign one. Anyone interested in Science Olympiad please see Dr. Mosher Friday afternoon during one of the sessions. You will see a sign outside of each teacher’s door signifying the activity that each teacher is offering this Friday for the last half of the day. Check out these signs this week so that you know where you are headed. You get to attend 3 sessions for 30 minutes each. Varsity Basketball Cheerleading tryouts are this Friday, October 27th, from 3:30-4:30 in the auditorium lobby! The sign up sheet is in the front office. Watervliet’s debate team had a tough competition between five schools last night but walked away with two winners. JT Davis took 3rd place and Amber Robbins took 4th at Wayland Union last night. Savannah Nearpass authored one of the two bills written. Chase Morris and Elliott Worley were able to get placement, and Makenzie Birmele, Emy Baldwin, and Braydon Collins earned speaker points. SENIORS: Sign-up for the Senior Trip is in Mrs. Tyler’s office. Sign-up and $40 can be turned into Mrs. Tyler and are due by November 3rd. First 50 people to sign-up are guaranteed a ticket/seat! The only students permitted to be in the building after school are those who are working with a coach or a teacher. If you are waiting for ride, wait at the cafe doors please. Semester 2 dual enrollment is open now. If you plan on dual enrolling for semester 2 see Mrs. Tyler ASAP and get registered. THIS WEEK is Red ribbon week. FRIDAY IS RED DAY! WEAR ALL OF YOUR RED! TONIGHT is a fall choir concert at 7 pm in the auditorium. All students and staff are invited. If you choose to dress up for Halloween on Tuesday, no weapons, real or fake can be brought into school. If a teacher asks you to remove a mask in class, you are expected to do so. NEXT WEDNESDAY is another early release day. PJs are allowed. You will eat the same lunch as your 5th hour teacher. At this time we ask you to stand. The privilege of this day was made possible by those who have fought and continue to fight for the freedoms that we enjoy. Let us respect and honor their efforts by standing, placing our hands on our hearts and reciting the pledge of allegiance. If you are wearing a hat, please remove it. I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Those are all of our announcements for today. Make it a great day or not Panthers, the choice is yours!
4 months ago, Teri Richcreek
Today is Picture Retake Day! Order forms are located in the main office.
4 months ago, Teri Richcreek
Today is Picture Retake Day
Good Morning Watervliet High School Panthers! Today is WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25th. My name is Ella Harris and I am your WEDNESDAY morning announcements reader. Watervliet Public Schools will be a premier district that challenges and empowers students and staff to achieve beyond their own expectations. Today’s lunch is: Loaded Baked Potato Light Sour Cream w/WG Dinner Roll Cheesy Broccoli Michigan Peaches & Choice of Milk Tomorrow’s breakfast is Hot off the Grill Sausage Bagel Peach Cup & Choice of Milk You will see a sign outside of each teacher’s door signifying the activity that each teacher is offering this Friday for the last half of the day. Check out these signs this week so that you know where you are headed. You get to attend 3 sessions for 30 minutes each. Varsity Basketball Cheerleading tryouts are this Friday, October 27th, from 3:30-4:30 in the auditorium lobby! The sign up sheet is in the front office. SENIORS: Sign-up for the Senior Trip is in Mrs. Tyler’s office. Sign-up and $40 can be turned into Mrs. Tyler and are due by November 3rd. First 50 people to sign-up are guaranteed a ticket/seat! Celebrating a birthday today is Kyra Sullivan! The only students permitted to be in the building after school are those who are working with a coach or a teacher. If you are found in the building after school and you are not with a coach or a teacher, you will receive a consequence from the office. If you are waiting for ride, wait at the cafe doors please. Today’s PBIS winners for demonstrating respect, responsibility or safety at school are as follow: Come to the office when your name is called: Dylan Collins Ava Hobson Tanner Vanniel Hailey Adams Lilly Summers Trentin Crane Zack Rader Allison Poole Makena Guzman Natalaya Desjardin Nolan Sells Eli Alsup Alexis Coburn Jordan Brule Liliana Perez Erick Jimenez Kendall Goodrich Trinity Reese Jack Rodgers Kassandra Riggs Irvin Hernandez Logan Schaefer Mackenzie Webster Claire Moore Destiny Warren THIS WEEK is Red ribbon week. THURSDAY IS TOO SMART TO START–DRESS LIKE A NERD. TODAY is an early release day. You will eat the same lunch as your 5th hour teacher and we will be dismissed at 1:10. There is transportation to tech and back both am and pm. Tech students are required to go to both sessions. These 5th hour teachers have 1st lunch Andrews Hunt Lefor Linderman O’Toole Simmons Steele All other 5th hour teachers , tech students, and dual enrolled students have 2nd lunch. TOMORROW is a fall choir concert at 7 pm in the auditorium. All students and staff are invited. If you choose to dress up for Halloween on Tuesday, no weapons, real or fake can be brought into school. If a teacher asks you to remove a mask in class, you are expected to do so. At this time we ask you to stand. The privilege of this day was made possible by those who have fought and continue to fight for the freedoms that we enjoy. Let us respect and honor their efforts by standing, placing our hands on our hearts and reciting the pledge of allegiance. If you are wearing a hat, please remove it. I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Those are all of our announcements for today. Make it a great day or not Panthers, the choice is yours!
4 months ago, Teri Richcreek
Good Morning Watervliet High School Panthers! Today is TUESDAY OCTOBER 24th. My name is Abby Lomoro and I am your TUESDAY morning announcements reader. Watervliet Public Schools will be a premier district that challenges and empowers students and staff to achieve beyond their own expectations. Today’s lunch is: Baked Pasta With Meatsauce & WG Garlic Bread & Cottage Cheese Fresh salad greens Fresh Michigan Apple & Choice of Milk Tomorrow’s breakfast is Low Fat Vanilla Yogurt Cup Strawberry Chex Banana, petite & Choice of Milk The Panther runners raced through the rain and mud at the Comet Invitational in Kalamazoo and came up with some great performances. Morgan Lowell finished 9th overall in a field of 154 runners lowering her PR to 20:34. Kimmy Romero earned a medal as well getting 28th in a time of 22:02. Mimi Feneley, Marissa Lowell, Johanna Granados, Hailey Adams, McKenna Kirksey, Abbie Hayes, Amara Olexa, and Hanna Lomoro all ran their fastest races of the season. The Panthers capped a great couple weeks of training with their best team performance of the season running through cold rain and mud at the Comet Invitational in Kalamazoo. Danny Mandujano finished 3rd in a field of 169 runners lowering his PR to 16:28. The next two Panthers across the finish line also set new PRs as Luke Isbrecht finished in 19:21 and Zeke Cardozo finished in 19:56. Alex Sexton ran a season best 20:30 while Devin Geisler was close behind with a PR of 20:35. Grayson Richards was right on the heels of Devin posting a season best 20:38. SENIORS: Sign-up for the Senior Trip is in Mrs. Tyler’s office. Sign-up and $40 can be turned into Mrs. Tyler and are due by November 3rd. First 50 people to sign-up are guaranteed a ticket/seat! Celebrating a birthday today are Paige Culberson and Evihn DeJonge. The only students permitted to be in the building after school are those who are working with a coach or a teacher. If you are found in the building after school and you are not with a coach or a teacher, you will receive a consequence from the office. Today’s PBIS winners for demonstrating respect, responsibility or safety at school are as follow: Come to the office when your name is called: Jenna Ritter Alexis Coburn Mackenzie Webster Javion Veal Mari Lopez Sam Rowe McKenzie McCoy Moeko Crago Chase Morris Nic Terry Nathan Harasewicz Kendall Kiefer Hanna Ice Alyssa Koch (Cook) Claire Moore Pyper Richards THIS WEEK is Red ribbon week. Check your email for the 5 days of dress up days. WEDNESDAY is TEAM UP AGAINST DRUGS, which means wear your jersey day. Wednesday is an early release day. You will eat the same lunch as your 5th hour teacher and we will be dismissed at 1:10. There is transportation to tech and back both am and pm. Tech students are required to go to both sessions. All early release days are pajama days. These 5th hour teachers have 1st lunch Andrews Hunt Lefor Linderman O’Toole Simmons Steele All other 5th hour teachers , tech students, and dual enrolled students have 2nd lunch. Thursday is a fall choir concert at 7 pm in the auditorium. All students and staff are invited. This Friday is the last day of the marking period. At this time we ask you to stand. The privilege of this day was made possible by those who have fought and continue to fight for the freedoms that we enjoy. Let us respect and honor their efforts by standing, placing our hands on our hearts and reciting the pledge of allegiance. If you are wearing a hat, please remove it. I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Those are all of our announcements for today. Make it a great day or not Panthers, the choice is yours!
4 months ago, Teri Richcreek
Good Morning Watervliet High School Panthers! Today is MONDAY OCTOBER 23rd. My name is Tia Caldwell and I am your MONDAY morning announcements reader. Watervliet Public Schools will be a premier district that challenges and empowers students and staff to achieve beyond their own expectations. Today’s lunch is: Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potato, Corn Nibblets, Romaine Ribbons, Strawber- ries Celebrating a birthday today is Christian Shriver! The only students permitted to be in the building after school are those who are working with a coach or a teacher. If you are found in the building after school and you are not with a coach or a teacher, you will receive a consequence from the office. On Saturday, October 21st The Watervliet Marching Band traveled to Jenison for the Jenison Invitational. They received 1st place in flight 5 with a score of 76.8 and received awards for Best Music, Best Visual, Best General Effect, and Best Color Guard. Congratulations, Band! Registration for the spring semester at LMC opens TODAY. If you are interested in dual enrolling for the spring semester, see Mrs. Tyler in the guidance office. Today’s PBIS winners for demonstrating respect, responsibility or safety at school are as follow: Come to the office when your name is called: Mimi Feneley Olivia West Jordan Brule Trentin Crain Gabriel Shotts Mackenzie Webster Emma Owens Hanna Ice Shelby Schlipp Jonah Thon Aubrey James Halee McLean Olivia Mitchell Grayson Richards Carter Krohn Talynn Davis Angelica Daisy Wyatt Wagner Mark Birmele Claire Moore Vivienne Sexton Patricia Sipe Moeko Crago If you are in the media center when a lockdown drill is called, please go to Mrs. Lefor’s room. THIS WEEK is Red ribbon week. Check your email for the 5 days of dress up days. TUESDAY is SHADE OUT DRUGS–Wear your shades on Tuesday! TONIGHT there is a Fall Band Concert at 7 pm in the Auditorium. All students and staff are invited. Wednesday is an early release day. You will eat the same lunch as your 5th hour teacher and we will be dismissed at 1:10. There is transportation to tech and back both am and pm. Tech students are required to go to both sessions. All early release days are pajama days. Thursday is a fall choir concert at 7 pm in the auditorium. All students and staff are invited. At this time we ask you to stand. The privilege of this day was made possible by those who have fought and continue to fight for the freedoms that we enjoy. Let us respect and honor their efforts by standing, placing our hands on our hearts and reciting the pledge of allegiance. If you are wearing a hat, please remove it. I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Those are all of our announcements for today. Make it a great day or not Panthers, the choice is yours!
4 months ago, Teri Richcreek
Check out this week's Panther Parent Newsletter! https://www.smore.com/acv9h
4 months ago, Christina Powers