During the month of October our character trait is respect. West Minico has school and classroom rules that should be followed. These rules are made for you and your safety. Students who are respectful follow the rules and try to make their school a better and safer place.
We would like to thank everyone for a great day yesterday! To Dr. Perrigot for the extra time reward, to Mrs. Williams for the ice cream fundraising rewards, to Mrs. Anderson and the cheerleaders for a great pep assembly, and to our student body for showing their spirit by wearing their new Warrior Pride Shirts.
The Warrior Football Teams ruled last night as we dominated the East Minico Pirates in both the seventh and eighth grade games. Good Job Coach Hammer! Thanks to our pep band and Mr. Dilworth for playing, to the dance team for their excellent performance, and the cheerleaders for leading the Warriors in showing their school spirit. Thanks to our Warrior Student Body for supporting our teams.
We would also like to thank our student council for having a concession stand on a cold night that sold 418 hot chocolates. Special thanks to our two parent volunteers Lorna Romriell and Shawnee Carter who worked in the concession stand along with students Rylee Carter, Easton Garrett, Tessa Romriell, Brinlee Wheeler, Klay Kunzler, Kynli Stewart, Azelea Fuentes, Analisa Carter, Sierra Dansie, Breanna Robirds, and Elizabeth Woodland.
Also thank you to our football parents who served a meal to all four teams last night after the game.
It was a great day to be a Warrior!
Student Council members are selling Hallow-Gram messages for 50 cents each to be sent to your friends, foes, anonymously or even to yourself on the day of the Halloween Dance with a treat. Last day to purchase a Hallow-Gram will be Wednesday, Oct 29th. They will be delivered by student council on Halloween before the dance.
Tomorrow we will start selling the pizza and pop fundraiser tickets for $2 in the commons before school. You purchase the ticket and it allows you to get out of advisory on Tuesday. You must keep the ticket and show it to your advisory teacher to get out of class.
Tomorrow also starts Red Ribbon Week- The Theme for the week is Superpowers Stand United Against Bullying and Drugs
Thursday- Join the Fight Against Drug and Bullying- Wear Camo Gear tomorrow.
All Warrior Pride shirts have been handed out. If there is anyone who did not receive their shirt order or if your order was wrong you need to see Mrs. Dietz in room 17 today. A final reorder will be made today
Study Skill Tip for the week- It is important to be in school to be successful, absences can affect your grade. It is up to you to be responsible for making up your work.
The quote for the week is: "Don't put off until tomorrow what you can accomplish today."
MAKE IT A GREAT DAY THE CHOICE IS YOURS!
We want all of our Warriors to have integrity. Integrity is doing the right thing even when nobody else is watching. Being able to follow your conscience instead of the crowd. Being able to think for yourself and make smart choice that are good for you.
Thanks to our Language Arts Department for providing the Kick off to Reading Assembly. We want all of our students to get caught reading and encourage students to have their reading book in every class so that if they finish their work they will be able to read. All students are expected to turn in their reading logs.
There will be a Saturday School Saturday, October 18th and 25th from 7:00-11:00 AM. Students need to sign up with Mrs. Claridge in room 204 to be admitted. If you need extra help our school provides this Saturday School session. Also, students need to be sure to have turned in their Saturday School permission form to their advisory teacher to allow them to attend for all classes. Advisory teachers please check to make sure all of your students have returned this important form that requires a parent signature.
We are offering after school tutoring on Tuesdays and Wednesday from 3:25 until 5:00 for students who need to recover credits or make up credit time due to excessive absences. Student need to bring back the form signed by a parent.
The seventh grade team of teachers have chosen their students of the week for the first 6 weeks of school and would like to congratulate Karleen Kunzler, Gabby Paz, Waylon Blacker, Garrett Berry, Bailey Blacker, and Trevor Schultz. Keep up the good work this year.
By working together and achieving our schoolwide goal of selling over 700 boxes of ice cream and our students earned 1/2 day of free time and an extra dance. The free day will be held Tuesday, October 21st when we will hold a shortened bell schedule on that day. Free-time will begin at 1:00 and during the afternoon we will have our Ice Cream Reward assembly and our first pep assembly to get everyone excited about the football game to be held at Minico between East and West that same afternoon. The 7th grade game will begin at 5:00 and the 8th grade game will follow.