October 4 Announcements

Westerville South’s GSA, gender and sexuality alliance, is a club that is designed to help build a school community that values solidarity and respect for all.  Their first meeting is Wednesday, October 6th at 2:10 in room 1321.  Please see Miss Detrick or Ms. Noelle if you have any questions. All are welcome. 

 

 Creative Writing Club will host our first meeting of the year on Thursday, October 7 after school in the library.

 

Picture Day: 

Thursday, October 7th is picture day for those who were not here for the first round and also for those students wanting to get retakes.  If you want retakes and have received your original order, please bring that order in to return.  Pictures will be taken in the library.

 

On Sept. 30th, the Lady Wildcat golf team competed in the Westerville Cup placing third. The 1st place medalist for the event was Alexzandria Stewart with a 48 at Royal American GC. Congratulations!

 

From October 22nd through October 29th 2:00pm, a sign-up sheet will be in the Library. Make sure you put a reminder in your phone or write it down for that particular week if you want to try out for becoming a part of We the south Podcast.

 

Environmental club will meet this Wednesday after school until 2:45 in room 114. They will  be prepping materials to start collecting aluminum and plastic recycling. All students are welcome, and ask Mr. Lackey if you have any questions. 

 

Auditions for our Black Voices Project is coming up! Wednesday, October 6 – African Dance; Thursday, October 7 – Singing; Friday, October 8 – American Dance/Majorette. Each day at 3pm in the Choir Room. For specific questions and information join the remind by texting @wshsbhm2 to 81010

 

Tomorrow, October 5th, we’ll be having our 2nd Free College Application Workshop, in the library, from 1:15p to 3:15p. Teacher’s, please excuse seniors from your 10th period so that they may attend. The last workshop we had over 100 applications were waived. Please take advantage of this awesome opportunity. Regardless of if you’ve started an application or not, it’s a great opportunity to ask questions about the college application process, and at least start an application. If you have you’re own laptop, chrome book, or mac book, bring it, otherwise they will have a device for you to use.