7:00 PM Basketball - Varsity - Girls
4:30 PM Basketball - Freshman - Girls
5:30 PM Basketball - JV - Girls
5:30 PM Basketball - Freshman - Boys
5:30 PM Basketball - JV - Boys
7:00 PM Basketball - Varsity - Boys
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM WHS Theatre Band Pre-Contest Concert
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM End of third quarter
4:00 PM Baseball - Varsity - Boys
Friday, February 16, 2018
Seniors- Senior Trip forms will be made available in the 1st floor office, 2nd floor office, and Mr. Kloeppel at Lunch time. Forms and money will be due by March 9.
SGA- There is a SGA meeting in room 19 today.
There will be a boys' tennis meeting on Thursday, February 22nd, during Tiger Time in Coach Wilson's room (25). Any boy interested in playing tennis should make arrangements to attend.
Spirit Squad- Students who purchased a Tiger Pride Shirt and haven’t gotten it please see Alec Chapman in room 19 during Tiger TIme.
Congratulations and best wishes to our NINE state qualifying wrestlers who are heading to Columbia Missouri in pursuit of all-state honors beginning today.
Science Olympiad Regional at MS&T is this Saturday, Feb 17th. Team members meet at the front door of WHS to catch the bus. Arrive at WHS around 6:45 am, the bus will leave at 7:00 am. We will return to WHS between 5:00 -5:30 pm.
ATTENTION FRESHMEN! The Freshmen Mentor Program will be hosting the annual Freshman Bash on Friday, February 23rd! The cost is $25 and includes your admission to the glow dance and your movie ticket to see Black Panther! The deadline to turn in your permission slip and money to the 9th grade office is Friday, February 16th. Red cards may not attend the bash and dance.
The Glow Dance will be from 9:00 - 11:00 that night and will be open to ALL grade levels. Red cards may not attend. Get in to the dance free with a purchase of your Glow Dance Shirt for $10! They will be available at lunch. Card status will be checked at the door at the dance.
Students: Just a reminder that throughout the school day students are only allowed to carry water in clear bottles for drinking.
The Missouri RYLA Academy is a 4-day, 3-night training program for high school sophomores and juniors who exhibit a desire for community service. Missouri RYLA Academy is a life-changing leadership training program for young men and women where leadership skills and principles are learned and developed in an atmosphere of trust and respect. If interested, please see your school counselor for an application. Applications must be received no later than February 24th.
Are you ready to become a leader in your school? Do you want to inspire action in the people around you? Do you like to have fun? If so, apply for Leadership in Practice, an action-filled, four-day program of Missouri’s brightest freshmen and sophomore students. Leadership in Practice features hands-on activities and connections with Missouri’s leading entrepreneurs and public officials. Please see your school counselor for an application.
A representative from Truman State University will be here on Thursday, February 22nd during tiger time.
A representative from Missouri S&T will be here on Tuesday, February 27th during tiger time.
A representative from University of Missouri-Columbia will be here on Wednesday, February 28th during 3rd hour.
A representative from William Woods University will be here on Thursday, March 1st during tiger time.
A representative from University of Missouri-St. Louis will be here on Thursday, March 1st during 3rd hour.
A representative from Hannibal-LaGrange University will be here on Tuesday, March 6th during tiger time.
A representative from Southeast Missouri State University will be here on Thursday, March 8th during tiger time. Any junior or senior that wishes to visit with the representatives must sign up in the guidance office.
2 WHS students to perform at state conference
Two Waynesville High School students will participate in the All State Concert Band and will rehearse and perform at the 2018 Missouri Music Educators Conference at Tan-Tar-A, Jan. 24-27.
Christian Gervacio made second chair Percussion Option 1, and Caitlin Banks made 8th chair Flute, both in the All State Concert Band. Gervacio was also selected for the Missouri All-State Choir along with Ezechiel Daos.
On Saturday, Dec. 2, WHS took nine band students to audition for 10 places in the 2018 All-State High School Concert Band and Jazz Band. These students auditioned against hundreds of other students from all across the state for these spots.
NHS students participate in Special Olympics fundraiser
Fourteen National Honor Society students from Waynesville High School helped raise funds for Special Olympics on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at Colton’s Steakhouse in St. Robert by assisting the Military Police Regimental Association in their annual statewide "Tip a Cop" event.
The goal of the event was to raise funds and awareness for the Special Olympics of Missouri program.
“We had 14 absolutely phenomenal National Honor Society students show up to support our efforts, which included them speaking with the patrons about the program, learning a little about the tiring efforts required to work in a large restaurant and finally supporting a tremendous cause,” said Rick Harne, executive director of the Military Police Regimental Association.
Monday, February 19, 2018
Tiger Pride System
The Tiger Pride System (TPS) aims to reward effort and achievement by offering various privileges to students who maintain a high standard of academics, citizenship, and attendance. The TPS incentive program is an integral part to the daily school operations and a major motivator for students to put an emphasis on their attendance and GPA. The program utilizes these qualifications to provide the best learning environment for all students at WHS.
The purpose of the card program is to proactively incentivize students with relevant privileges that are meaningful to them, such as travel to privilege areas during Tiger Time and the ability to leave for lunch a couple of minutes early to beat the rush. This program was first developed during the 2015-16 school year and revised with input from faculty and student groups to best meet the needs of our students for the 2016-17 school year. We will continue to monitor and update the system as needed, so the system remains relative and motivating to all students.
Paying for your child's school meals
The Waynesville R-VI School District now offers MySchoolBucks, a convenient online service that allows you to securely pay for your student’s meals online using your credit/debit card or electronic check.
- Set Up Automatic Recurring Payments
- Track & Review Meal History
- Create Low Balance Alerts
- Make Payments with the Mobile App
- And More…
Sign up now! Registering for your account is easy, go to https://www.MySchoolBucks.com. Create a secure account and never worry again about sending cash or checks with your student(s) to school again!
MySchoolBucks – the Waynesville R-VI School District’s new online meal payment system – is free to use to look up a student’s balances/transaction history/etc.; however, a $2 payment processing fee is charged for making an online payment with MySchoolBucks.
In the former system, a .29 cents fee plus 2.9% of the amount of the transaction was charged. MySchoolBucks charges a flat $2.00 fee, regardless of the amount. Parents may avoid paying the fee by sending in a check to their student’s school.
Debit and credit card companies charge a payment processing fee for payments made online, but many businesses absorb that cost. Waynesville R-VI serves about 1 million meals annually and spends about $1 million more than it receives in income from students and commodities without the additional payment processing fee.
https://www.MySchoolBucks.com | (855) 832-5226
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