YOUR FRESHMAN STUDENT OF THE MONTH--SIENNA HARRIS! I live with my mom, dad, and my sister Ella, who is now a senior. It's hard to pick just one favorite teacher, as I've had many good teachers. If I have to pick just one, I would say Mrs. Hunt because she always helps us learn more about art and teaches us helpful techniques. My favorite class has been art because I look forward to starting every day with it, especially since I love art. I am involved with Basketball Cheerleading and Musical Theater at Children's Music Workshop, Performing Arts Workshop, and LMC. I like to draw, sculpt, write, spend time with my grandma's cats, hang out with friends, read, and perform musical theater (a few favorite roles of mine being: Pinocchio in Shrek Jr, Tamatoa in Moana Jr, and Old Man Jenkins in The SpongeBob Musical). I plan on looking for a job that heavily involves my interests with performing arts, animals, and/or creativity. I am proud to be a WHS Panther because they offer programs like Band, Art, and Choir, and it gives us opportunities to perform and pursue our passions. One of which, for me, was being able to perform in our school's last production of Annie Jr.
4 months ago, Christina Powers
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Good Morning Watervliet High School Panthers! Today is Wednesday December 20th. My name is Ella Harris and I am your Wednesday morning announcement reader. Today’s lunch is: Cheeseburger Sliced Tomato Pickle Slices Frito Corn Chip Broccoli & Cauliflower Bites Fresh Grape Clusters & Choice of Milk Tomorrow’s Breakfast is Apple Cinnamon Texas Toast WG Fresh Grape Clusters & Choice of Milk Happy Birthday today to Jesus Torres. The Varsity Boys' Basketball Team again took to the road on Tuesday night, traveling to Allegan for a divisional tip-off against The Tigers. With a tremendous display of sharing the ball and aggressiveness on the boards and on defense, The Panthers put together some solid quarters of basketball and came away with a 72-52 victory over the host team. The Panthers next take to the court in a non-conference game at Dowagiac on Friday, January 5; game time is 7:30p.m. There is no detention today. Detention is only being held on Wednesday 12/20/23 this week. Please remember that your detention will be held on Wednesday this week instead of Tuesday. FOOD DRIVE UPDATE: All food drive boxes will be collected at the end of 7th hour today. THERE ARE ONLY 4 DAYS LEFT TO BUY YOUR 2024 YEARBOOK FOR THE SALE PRICE OF $45 WITH A FREE NAME STAMP ON THE COVER. SEE A YEARBOOK STAFF MEMBER, MRS. BRANT, OR ORDER ONLINE THIS WEEK!! Juniors who wish to join the prom committee, please sign up in the office. There will be a meeting Wednesday @ 7:30 am in Mrs. Lefor’s room. Thursday’s holiday dress up theme is a white out–wear all white. No pajamas. All clothing must meet the dress code. This THURSDAY is a normal Tech Center bus run day. The Tech Center is closed on FRIDAY 12/22. Schedule change forms for semester two are available in the guidance office. They must be completed with a parent signature and turned in before the end of the day this Friday. This week our PBIS focus is to be respectful, responsible, and safe with student lockers. All 3rd hour teachers are asked to please review the locker expectations with 3rd hour classes this week ! A reminder that the deadline for the 5 and an A or 3 and a B exam incentive is Jan 15th. PBIS winners for demonstrating respect, responsibility and safety at school are Lucas Smith Isaiah Wendt Nolan Sells Aubrey Hayes Jeff Pope Timm Nic Terry Jeremy Morton Brayden Collins Jaysen Bauschke Madison Eberhard A reminder to Please remove all food and drink from your locker and take home all clothing so that you do not return to ants, bugs or other living organisms in your locker after break. Write your combination down somewhere so that you remember it after winter break. 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
YOUR SOPHOMORE STUDENT OF THE MONTH IS ARIANA ELLSWORTH! I live with my mom, dad, and my 3 other siblings. I have a little brother Thane. He is 12 he loves playing sports such as basketball, baseball, football, and hockey. He also loves food and video games like loves video games. I have 2 younger sisters, Aiela and Harbor. Harbor is the the newest addition, but Aiela loves to play games and be creative as well as nature she loves rocks and flowers and adores animals. My favorite teacher is Mrs. O’Toole she has always been a big help in her class and I love her energy. She is so sweet and kind and is always there to help. My favorite classes are choir and biology. I love choir because my dream is to sing. I’ve been singing since I was 5 and I will continue to pursue it. Biology is very interesting and I find it somewhat fun. In my free time I love to sing, write, doodle, and binge watch movies, as well as observe nature and go on walks. I am not sure what my plan is after high school but it will be related to music or education. I’m proud to be a panther and being apart of the amazing community. Some of the teachers are even there for you outside of school and as well as the district.
4 months ago, Christina Powers
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YOUR JUNIOR STUDENT OF THE MONTH--LOGAN SCHAEFER! I am in a family of 5. I have a brother named Jacob and a sister named Saarah. I have a great connection with my family and they always push me to do better and never quit. I have to give a lot of thanks to my family for all of the things they do for me. My favorite teacher is Mr. Andrews. I Had Mr. Andrews last year in U.S. history and was lucky enough to be in his class this year for U.S. history in depth. Mr. Andrews is a great teacher and does a great job on keeping his students engaged throughout the whole class. I have learned a lot from Mr. Andrews and want to thank him for the things he has taught me. My favorite class would have to be band. I really enjoy playing and listening to music. I really love the atmosphere of the class because we have to be very determined and meticulous to be able to accomplish our end goals. This year we won a state championship for the first time ever. This was a very exciting moment and it really gave me a great feeling of accomplishment. I really enjoy sports. Whether it's watching or playing it is always very fun to be a part of.i play football, basketball, and plan to do golf this spring.sports are a great way to exercise your mind in a new and competitive way. Although I don't have much free time, I really enjoy listening to music, spending time with family, and hanging out with friends. After high school I plan on going to a four year university to get a bachelor's degree in architecture. I have always enjoyed the thought of doing architecture. My goal is to go to a college out of state because I want to get the experience of not being able to rely on other people. I am proud to be an WHS panther because we really put forth great effort to execute in multiple functions of our school. Whether it's sports or academics, I know that my peers, coaches, and teachers will always push each other to do great things.
4 months ago, Christina Powers
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YOUR JUNIOR STUDENT OF THE MONTH--AMBER ROBBINS! Hello my name is Amber Robbins and I have 4 siblings. I have 2 older brothers Blake (19) and Sumner (20) and my little sisters Charley (10) and Rita (3) then I have my mom and my dad, Jeff and Lynn Steinhaus. My 2 brothers are both in the marines with Sumner currently away at bootcamp and Blake sworn into the marines, and my parents run Ray's automotive and towing in coloma. My favorite teacher is Mrs. Fletcher because of the amount of care she puts into teaching us and she always finds a way to make it fun and I couldn't be happier to have her as my teacher for chemistry and astronomy. My favorite class is probably English 11, I love what we do in that class and I really enjoy analyzing different plays and books. I always look forward to my English class everyday. I am not currently involved in any sports but I am on the debate team this year and I have loved it along with being in the concert choir which I have always loved. In my free time I love to read, bake or hangout with friends and family. After high school I plan to go to college or trade school for welding and get a career somewhere in welding.
4 months ago, Christina Powers
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YOUR SOPHOMORE STUDENT OF THE MONTH--AUSTIN TOMES! I have 3 main members in my family, my mom, my dad, and my little brother who is in the second grade. My favorite teacher has been Mrs. Lefor because the class is pretty easy and fun, I like her way of teaching, and all the jokes we make in that class, and that goes along with my favorite class as well. I find Spanish class very enjoyable, and I like learning new languages. The sport that I'm involved in is basketball. In my free time, I like to either hang out with my friends or play basketball. After high school, I plan to attend college and see where that takes me. I am proud to be a Watervliet Panther because I get to learn and have fun doing it.
4 months ago, Christina Powers
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CONGRATULATIONS TO YOUR SENIOR STUDENT OF THE MONTH--SAM CRAGO! I live with my Mom, Dad, and my sister. My favorite teacher has been Mrs. Hollandsworth. She had been a teacher for me since 5th grade and I have always enjoyed playing music. My favorite class has been U.S History in-depth because I enjoy history and Mr. Andrews does a great job teaching it. In my free time I enjoy playing music, playing video games and hanging out with my friends. I want to swim in college but I might not and I want to go into computer science or pre med. I’m proud to be a Panther because I am apart of a very supportive community.
4 months ago, Christina Powers
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YOUR FRESHMAN STUDENT OF TH EMONTH--ALLISON POOLE! Family: I have a split family with a few extra siblings on my moms side and a few extra on my dads. Favorite Teacher: My favorite teacher is Mrs. Brush because she is away there for me, she's a great teacher, and I have learned so much from her. Favorite Class: My favorite class this year has been history because anytime I need help or don't understand anything Mr. Linderman is always willing to help and explain or even double check my work to make sure that I didn't miss anything, he's a great teacher. Sports or Clubs: I am wanting to get back into softball this year and I am in Student Council and SAC. Free Time: During my free time, I like to relax, watch movies, and spend time with family. After High School: I really don't know what I want to do yet after High School but I think I want to go to college or a trade school.. possible Grand Valley. WHS Panther: I am proud to be a WHS Panther because of the opportunities presented to me, the support, and the people.
4 months ago, Christina Powers
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4 months ago, Christina Powers
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Good Morning Watervliet High School Panthers! Today is Tuesday December 19th. My name is Abby Lomoro and I am your Tuesday morning announcement reader. Today’s lunch is: Grande Walking Taco & Guacamole Garden Salsa Refried Bean Dip Light Sour Cream Carrots & Celery Pineapple & Choice of Milk Tomorrow’s Breakfast is Cinnamon Crunch Peach Breakfast Parfait Banana & Choice of Milk There are no birthdays today. Due to inclement weather, the Tech Center is closed today. Students who do not have transportation home will have to stay in the Media Center until end of day. Those students who have transportation may leave after 4th hour. This past weekend, our Debate Team competed at the State Finals. There were nearly fifty other schools attending. Two of our six team members made it to finals. While they didn't make the top ten in the state, Jerry Davis placed 11th, and Mackenzie Birmele placed 12th. Congratulations on a fantastic performance at State! There is a SAC meeting this Wednesday at 7:30. All members are asked to attend. Wednesday’s holiday dress up theme is red and white. No pajamas. All clothing must meet the dress code. This THURSDAY is a normal Tech Center bus run day. The Tech Center is closed on FRIDAY 12/22. Schedule change forms for semester two are available in the guidance office. They must be completed with a parent signature and turned in before the end of the day this Friday. This week our PBIS focus is to be respectful, responsible, and safe with student lockers. All 3rd hour teachers are asked to please review the locker expectations with 3rd hour classes this week ! The Student Council is sponsoring a Food Drive. It has been extended for one more week. If you want to win doughnuts for your first hour class, bring cans into your 1st hour class this week! A reminder that the deadline for the 5 and an A or 3 and a B exam incentive is Jan 15th. PBIS winners for demonstrating respect, responsibility and safety at school are Ella Geisler Abbie Hayes Sienna Harris Alexa Lowes Aubrey Hates Hanna Lomoro McKaylen Laws Sofie Shafer Gabriel Shott Halee McLean A reminder to Please remove all food and drink from your locker and take home all clothing so that you do not return to ants, bugs or other living organisms in your locker after break. Write your combination down somewhere so that you remember it after winter break. 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
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE DECEMBER 2023 STUDENT OF THE MONTH NOMINEES! 9th Grade Sofie Shafer Pyper Richards Kira Howe Sienna Harris Allison Poole Megan Tucker Joelle Petznick Krystina Lawrence Gabriel Shotts Aiden Wolford Miriam Feneley 10th Grade Sophie Grear Gabe Richards Natalaya Desjardin Dylan Collins Ava Sprague Jacob Shunkwiler Dimetric White Christopher Parkhurst Brayden Symonds Keira Tremblay Ella Geisler Jaylee Havenaar Ariana Ellsworth Ash Petty Austin Tomes Ana Aguilera 11th Grade Logan Schaefer Alyssa Briley Ilee Burgess Amber Robbins Nicole Bender Angel Nearpass Kendall Goodrich Amber Robbins Bianca Freeman Chelsea Lange 12th Grade Sam Crago Mikey Fee Olivia Price Julia Pepple Allison Poole Aleigha Jackson Brennan Crenshaw Marleigh Schultz Grace Macmillan Ella Harris Kaiden Bierhalter
4 months ago, Christina Powers
This past weekend, our Debate Team competed at the State Finals. There were nearly fifty other schools attending. Two of our six team members made it to finals. While they didn't make the top ten in the state, Jerry Davis placed 11th, and Mackenzie Birmele placed 12th. Congratulations on a fantastic performance at State!
4 months ago, Christina Powers
Good Morning Watervliet High School Panthers! Today is Monday December 18th. My name is Tia Caldwell and I am your Monday morning announcement reader. Today’s lunch is: Big Daddy's Primo Cheese Pizza Creamy Cottage Cheese Veggie Chef Salad Sweet Peppers Kiwifruit & Choice of Milk Tomorrow’s Breakfast is Breakfast Bagel Grapefruit & Choice of Milk There are no birthdays today. Tuesday’s holiday dress up day is to wear your favorite holiday head gear. The Lady Panthers hosted Lakeshore Division Rams from South Haven tonight and held on for a 46 - 40 victory. Leading most of the game, the Lady Panthers found themselves down by one point midway through the 4th quarter. Some key stops on defense, and some key free throws, the Lady Panthers secured the victory.Lauren Laws had 8 points off the bench, all in the second half, and 8 Lady Panthers scored on the night. Grace Chisek led all scores with 21. The Varsity Boys' Basketball team hosted divisional foe South Haven on Friday night. The Panthers played solid defensive and boasted balanced scoring on offense to come away with a 56-45 win over The Rams. The Panthers travel to Southwestern Michigan Community College on Saturday to compete in the Tri-State Holiday Classic that is hosted by The Roadrunners. Watervliet's opponent will be Glenview Glenbrook South High School out of Illinois. Game time is scheduled for 7:00p.m. For those who are not able to attend the game, the game will be livestreamed at the following web This THURSDAY is a normal Tech Center bus run day. The Tech Center is closed on FRIDAY 12/22. Schedule change forms for semester two are available in the guidance office. They must be completed with a parent signature and turned in before the end of the day this Friday. This week our PBIS focus is to be respectful, responsible, and safe with student lockers. All 3rd hour teachers are asked to please review the locker expectations with 3rd hour classes this week ! The Student Council is sponsoring a Food Drive. It has been extended for one more week. If you want to win doughnuts for your first hour class, bring cans into your 1st hour class this week! A reminder that the deadline for the 5 and an A or 3 and a B exam incentive is Jan 15th. PBIS winners for demonstrating respect, responsibility and safety at school are A reminder to Please remove all food and drink from your locker and take home all clothing so that you do not return to ants, bugs or other living organisms in your locker after break. Write your combination down somewhere so that you remember it after winter break. 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
Student Council sponsored a spirit wear raffle fundraiser this week. President, Ella Harris presents the sweatshirt. Congratulations to our raffle winner, Skyler Blaylock!
4 months ago, Teri Richcreek
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We are getting ready for a fun week! Check out this week's parent newsletter! https://www.smore.com/za7tj
4 months ago, Christina Powers
Good Morning Watervliet High School Panthers! Today is Friday December 15th. My name is Jacob Schaefer and I am your Friday morning announcement reader. Today’s lunch is: Dutch Waffle Jenni-O Turkey Bacon -or- & Turkey Sausage patty Scrambled Eggs Sweet Potato Tots Fresh Cut Melon Carrots & Celery Clementine & Choice of Milk Monday’s Breakfast is Cereal Breakfast Kit Light Mozzarella String Cheese Peach Cup & Choice of Milk Happy birthday today to Trinity Reese! Students please do NOT park in the area by the bus garage TODAY. If you have parked close to the bus garage today, come to the office to make us aware so that you can move your vehicle. THURSDAY, 12/21 it is a normal Tech Center bus run day. Tech Center is closed on FRIDAY 12/22. Student Council is sponsoring a spirit wear raffle this week. There are three options available, and one that only high school students can win! Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5 and can be purchased in the guidance office. Winners will be drawn on Friday; you do not need to be present to win. Schedule change forms for semester two are available in the guidance office. They must be completed with a parent signature and turned in before the end of the day on December 22. Watervliet High School will now have its own HS Robotics Team! If you are interested, please sign up in the office asap! Deadline to sign up is TODAY. 2024 Yearbook Presale is Dec. 4 - 23 Cost is $45 with a FREE Namestamp on the cover. You may order online through this link: https://www.yearbookordercenter.com/index.cfm/job/2956 Or see a yearbook staff member or Mrs. Brant After Dec. 24, yearbooks will be $50 & namestamps $5. This week our PBIS focus is to be respectful, responsible, and safe in the BATHROOMS. All 3rd hour teachers are asked to please review the BATHROOM expectations with 3rd hour classes this week ! Student Council is sponsoring a Food Drive. It has been extended one more week. Right now Mr. Tremblay’s first hour class of freshmen is winning. If you dont want to see them win, bring in your cans next week! A reminder that the deadline for the 5 and an A or 3 and a B exam incentive is Jan 15th. PBIS winners for demonstrating respect, responsibility and safety at school are There are no more raffle tickets in the jar. If you have one, please turn it in. A reminder that after next Friday we will be on winter break. Please remove all food and drink from your locker and take home all clothing so that you do not return to ants, bugs or other living organisms in your locker after break. Write your combination down somewhere so that you remember it after winter break. 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
Last night our debate team finished up their season with every member who gave a speech taking home a placement in the top seven: Amber Robbins took 7th, JT Davis took 6th, and Mackenzie Birmele took 4th. In league placement, JT Davis took home a 2nd place trophy. The team will finish out their season with a trip to the state finals this weekend. Please wish them luck!
4 months ago, Teri Richcreek
Debate Team Winners
Good Morning Watervliet High School Panthers! Today is Thursday, December 14th. My name is Julia Pepple and I am your Thursday morning announcement reader. Today’s lunch is: Baked Spaghetti Garlic & Cheddar Biscuit Sweet Peppers Romaine Ribbons Fresh Apples or Oranges & Choice of Milk Tomorrow’s breakfast is: Clementine Cereal Breakfast Kit & Choice of Milk Happy birthday today to Brianna Shriver! THURSDAY, 12/21 it is a normal Tech Center bus run day. Tech Center is closed on FRIDAY 12/22. There is a band concert tonight at 7 pm All students and staff are invited! The Lady Panthers hosted the Hartford Huskies and came out of the gate with great energy and effort on both ends of the floor out scoring the Huskies 16 to 6 in the opening frame enroute to a 47 - 22 victory. The Lady Panthers continue to put 7 players in the scoring book led by Grace Chisek's game high 23 and Elllie Golden's 10. Lady Panthers host Lakeshore Division foe South Haven Rams Friday night at 6:00. Student Council is sponsoring a spirit wear raffle this week. There are three options available, and one that only high school students can win! Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5 and can be purchased in the guidance office. Winners will be drawn on Friday; you do not need to be present to win. Schedule change forms for semester two are available in the guidance office. They must be completed with a parent signature and turned in before the end of the day on December 22. Watervliet High School will now have its own HS Robotics Team! If you are interested, please sign up in the office asap! Deadline to sign up is this Friday. 2024 Yearbook Presale is Dec. 4 - 23 Cost is $45 with a FREE Namestamp on the cover. You may order online through this link: https://www.yearbookordercenter.com/index.cfm/job/2956 Or see a yearbook staff member or Mrs. Brant After Dec. 24, yearbooks will be $50 & namestamps $5. This week our PBIS focus is to be respectful, responsible, and safe in the BATHROOMS. All 3rd hour teachers are asked to please review the BATHROOM expectations with 3rd hour classes this week ! Student Council is sponsoring a Food Drive. There’s only 2 days left in the drive. Please bring in all non-perishable food items to your 1st hour teachers. The class with the most items will win a donut party. Who’s going to win the donuts? A reminder that the deadline for the 5 and an A or 3 and a B exam incentive is Jan 15th. PBIS winners for demonstrating respect, responsibility and safety at school are Wyatt Wagner Akira Hill Alexis Coburn Ella Isbrecht Aline Bell Trentin Crane Dennis Frazier Sofie Shafer There are no more raffle tickets in the jar. If you have one, please turn it in. A reminder that after next Friday we will be on winter break. Please remove all food and drink from your locker and take home all clothing so that you do not return to ants, bugs or other living organisms in your locker after break. Write your combination down somewhere so that you remember it after winter break. 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 Wednesday December 13th. My name is Abby Lomoro and I am your Wednesday morning announcement reader. Today’s lunch is: All Beef Hot Dog Baked Beans Baked Potato Chips Broccoli Flowerets Michigan Blueberries & Choice of Milk Tomorrow’s breakfast is: Maple Pancake & Sausage Stick WG Kiwifruit & Choice of Milk Happy birthday to Susannah Weckwerth The Lady Panthers hosted the Hartford Huskies and came out of the gate with great energy and effort on both ends of the floor out scoring the Huskies 16 to 6 in the opening frame enroute to a 47 - 22 victory. The Lady Panthers continue to put 7 players in the scoring book led by Grace Chisek's game high 23 and Elllie Golden's 10. Lady Panthers host Lakeshore Division foe South Haven Rams Friday night at 6:00. Student Council is sponsoring a spirit wear raffle this week. There are three options available, and one that only high school students can win! Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5 and can be purchased in the guidance office. Winners will be drawn on Friday; you do not need to be present to win. Schedule change forms for semester two are available in the guidance office. They must be completed with a parent signature and turned in before the end of the day on December 22. Watervliet High School will now have its own HS Robotics Team! If you are interested, please sign up in the office asap! Deadline to sign up is this Friday. 2024 Yearbook Presale is Dec. 4 - 23 Cost is $45 with a FREE Namestamp on the cover. You may order online through this link: https://www.yearbookordercenter.com/index.cfm/job/2956 Or see a yearbook staff member or Mrs. Brant After Dec. 24, yearbooks will be $50 & namestamps $5. This week our PBIS focus is to be respectful, responsible, and safe in the BATHROOMS. All 3rd hour teachers are asked to please review the BATHROOM expectations with 3rd hour classes this week ! Student Council is sponsoring a Food Drive. There’s only 2 days left in the drive. Please bring in all non-perishable food items to your 1st hour teachers. The class with the most items will win a donut party. Who’s going to win the donuts? A reminder that the deadline for the 5 and an A or 3 and a B exam incentive is Jan 15th. PBIS winners for demonstrating respect, responsibility and safety at school are There are no more raffle tickets in the jar. If you have one, please turn it in. A reminder that after next Friday we will be on winter break. PLease remove all food and drink from your locker and take home all clothing so that you do not return to ants, bugs or other living organisms in your locker after break. Write your combination down somewhere so that you remember it after winter break. 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 freshmen will have their vision screened on Monday, 12/18, in the morning.
4 months ago, Teri Richcreek
Vision Screening Chart