CORRECTION: All students will be released at 1:00 on Thursday, Dec. 20th. Friday, Dec. 21st will be semester test make up day. Only students making up semester tests will attend on this day. Buses will NOT run.
7-12 graders will be MAP testing tomorrow, Dec. 14., starting at 7:55 am.
If you missed your chance to order Cheesecakes before Thanksgivings. The Band and Choir have a limited number of extras. Contact Mrs. Rogers or Mrs. Johnston if you would like one.
Band performance for grades 7-12 will be Thursday, Dec. 13 at 7 pm. Choir performance on Sunday, Dec. 16. at 2pm for grades 1st, 3rd , 5th grade girls and junior high
Our featured senior today is Breanna Parker Brea: I have been at WCC for 12 years. My favorite subject is math. Once I graduate I plan to go to college at UCA or be a UCA staffer. The most valuable thing I have learned while attending WCC is that you should always be yourself. Your teacher will love you for who you are. I will always remember spirit week, basketball games and pep rallies. The advice I want to give to students that are still in high school is always do things for yourself. Never do things you don't like just because someone wants you too. Always try your best and do what you love. Be who you want to be and you will find yourself accomplishing what you never thought you could.
The 7th grade jamboree scheduled for Saturday has been canceled due to the possibility of inclement weather.
Mrs. Sawrie’s class have been studying weather and have made their own weather picture using construction paper scraps. We are Weather Watchers!
WCC HS StuCo (student council) got to enjoy some lunch today after they shopped for their Christmas Angel tree child.
Michael Kammerdiener received a GRIT award today for always doing the best he can and being the best he can be. Congratulations Michael!!!
High School GT Parent Meeting for the ones going to Washington D.C. summer 2019 will be on Thursday December 6 @ 6:00 p.m. We will be filing out forms. Please bring birth certificates and social security cards so we can make a copy. Meeting will be in the elementary cafeteria and should only last around 30 minutes.
7th grade tournament, Saturday, Dec. 12
Today’s featured senior is Justin Ubillas. Justin: This is my first year at WCC. My favorite thing to do while I am at school is when I get to work and get paid for it. Once I graduate I plan to go to college. The most valuable thing I have learned while attending WCC is how to take responsibility for things that I do. I will always remember how this school is more organized and the teachers care compared to my last school. My advice I give to students still in high school is no matter how hard life and school gets - keep pushing yourself.
Our featured senior today is Bailey Greene. Bailey: I have been at WCC since kindergarten. My favorite subject is English. Once I graduate I plan to work at NASA somehow. The most valuable thing I have learned while at WCC is that drama class taught me that it is fine to be weird. I will always remember every single day of my former English teacher;s (Cathy King) class. The advice I give to students still in high school is always try to learn a new thing every day.
Don't miss out on priceless memories! Yearbooks are only $40 and makes great gifts!
Today's featured senior is Alberto Hernandez. Alberto: I have been at WCC for 9 years. My favorite subject is math. Once I graduate I plan to go out in the workforce. The most valuable thing I have learned while at WCC is that it is okay to be smart. I will always remember the kind people that I have been with and been there for me. The advice that I give to students still in high school is not to give up.
WCC family and friends, this is a reminder: If you are a Christmas for Kids sponsor, gifts need to be delivered to school by Friday, Dec. 7. They may be turned in to myself or Ms. Kelly in the elementary office, or to Stephanie Hill, in the high school office. If you are receiving the blessing of Christmas for Kids, you will be called when your gifts are delivered to school, and may pick up immediately. Thank you to all that are sponsoring this year. You are a blessing to those being touched by your generosity.
Today's featured senior is Tristan Bumpous. Tristan: I have been at WCC for five years. My favorite subject is art. Once I graduate I plan to go to college. The most valuable thing I have learned while attending WCC is to persevere. I will always remember that WCC always makes me feel welcome. The advice I give to students still in high school is to do your work. It will pay off in the end more than you think.
A cast from our school drama troupe performed a one act play for judges on November 9th. They were selected as one of 10 groups to present at the state festival in February. Congrats to the students on their hard work!
Shooting Sports Participants--If you wish to participate this year, and did not attend the previous meeting, Participant and a Parent/Guardian need to attend tonight's meeting at 5:00 pm in the Agri Classroom. Please use the Agri entrance.