Remember school is out Friday, Feb. 15, and Monday, Feb. 18. Enjoy your four day weekend! See you Tuesday, Feb. 19.
Car rider parents....if you have a car tag that has the number written in with a sharpie, please go over the number and darken it. Many of them are fading and it is hard to see the numbers. Thanks so much!
Reminder: Muffins with Moms is in the morning, Feb. 14th. Elementary will start at 7:15. High School will start at 8:00. We hope to see you there!
Pee Wee Cheer practice is canceled this Friday the 15th.
Today's featured senior is Lyzett Munoz. Lyzett: I have been at WCC for 11 years. My favorite subject is US history. My plans once I graduate WCC is to be the first one in my family to attend college. The most valuable thing I have learned while attending WCC is that everyone is here to help you - you just have to reach out. I will always remember the different opportunities we were given to explore the different options of what to do after high school. The advice I give to high school students is to avoid procrastination.
The city of Searcy has been named one of the six finalists in the USA for the “Small Business Revolution”. Go to gosearcy.com and vote.
The Jr. Lady Bears came up a little short as they lost to Pangburn in the finals of the District Tournament 24-21 in Overtime. Congratulations on a great season of 20-7.
Breakfast for Wednesday, Feb. 13th will be pancake on a stick. Lunch will be Taco Salad. Thursday will be as stated on menu.
7-12th grade- If you are riding the pep bus today and you have turned in your permission slip- the bus will be parked at the junior high parking lot at 3:45pm and will leave at 4pm.
Debido a las inundaciones y condiciones de las carreteras, NO habrá clases mañana Martes 12 de Febrero 2019. Este será día #1 de AMI para el año escolar!
Due to flooding and poor road conditions, WCC will NOT be in session on Tuesday, February 12, 2019. This will be AMI Day #1 for the school year!
Peter Pan play practice is cancelled tonight. Quiz bowl practice is cancelled tonight.
The pep bus scheduled for tonight will be going tomorrow night for the rescheduled game
Due to the rain district games have been postponed to the following dates: (no games tonight, Monday, Feb. 11) JH girls will play Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 6pm at St. Joseph, Sr girls Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 6:30 pm in Quitman and the Sr boys Friday, Feb. 15, at 5:15pm in Quitman.
Junior high cheerleaders are hosting Baseball and softball spirit week this week Feb. 11-14!! If you dress up make sure the judge sees you in the commons before school starts for judging and pictures. Monday- Athletes vs. Mathletes Tuesday- Vine/Meme Day Wednesday- Disney Day Thursday- Valentines Day (dress up in fun Valentine's Day outfits) the Pep Rally will be that afternoon at 1:00 pm. Muffin with Mom’s starts at 8am
WCC high school boys team’s first game in the district tournament at Quitman will be in the semifinals this Thursday, Feb. 14, at 5:15pm. Good luck boys!!!
ATTENTION SOFTBALL PARENTS: THERE WILL BE A PARENT MEETING FOR ALL TEAMS ON SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10 @ 3:00 P.M. IN THE COMMONS.
Today's featured senior is Jesus Garcia. Jesus: I have been at WCC for 7 years. My favorite subject is history. Once I graduate I plan to work for a little bit and then get into the nursing program at ASU Newport. The most valuable thing I have learned while at WCC is that your friends can help you push for a higher standard. I will always remember the lunch room food. The advice I give to students that are still in high school is don't complain - just do it.
Jr. Boys fall short to St. Joseph in the semi-finals of the Jr. District Tournament. It’s been a great season for our Jr. Bears.
WCC Jr Girls advance to the finals of the Jr. District Tournament! Go Bears!
SENIORS and parents: Senior yearbook ad final payments are due by Feb 15. Invoices will be given to your student tomorrow. Pictures and texts for the ads are due March 1. You can email those to me at email@example.com,ar,us or send with your senior.
Shooting Sports Practice for Thur, Feb 7th--CANCELED Next practice is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb 12th
Today's featured senior is Emily Hoover. Emily: I have been at WCC for 13 years. My favorite subject is science. After I graduate I plan to go to college and become a kindergarten teacher. The most valuable thing I have learned while at WCC is to be yourself and although not everyone will like you - you are perfect. I will always remember how helpful and understanding my teachers have been and I hope to be as good of a teacher as they have been. The advice I give to students still in high school is to do your best and have confidence in your work.
The WCC High School Parent Center is located in the HS library. You may come anytime between 7:30 to 3:30 Monday through Friday to have access to a computer and materials. If after school hours are needed, you may make an appointment by contacting the High School office.
Attention 7th & 8th Jr. High Softball girls: IF you would like to try out for pitcher or catcher you need to attend practice on Tuesday, February 5th from 4:00 - 6:00!
JH Quiz Bowl team won their Regional Quiz Bowl tournament today! They were undefeated in the tournament and will play in the 2A State Quiz Bowl Tournament on February 23. Also, congratulations to Anthony Mckellips who earned MVP and Carson Brown for earning All-Tournament. Both Anthony and Carson qualify to compete in the All Star Tournament! It was a great day!
Congratulations to the Jr. High Quiz Bowl team and Coach Jones for winning the Regional Quiz Bowl Tournament! Go Bears!
A reminder that the Jr Boys game tonight will begin at 5:00 due to the Sr. Night Ceremony!
Today's featured senior is Ashton Huddy. Ashton: This is my 3rd year at WCC. My favorite subject is math. Once I graduate I plan on going to college. The most valuable thing that I have learned while attending WCC is that it is okay to be smart. I will always remember how nice and attentive the teachers were. My advice I give to students still in high school is, 'Don't be stupid'.
Don’t forget our social media help session today from 1:30 to 3 in the high school for anyone that needs help creating and using accounts! Hope to see you there.
Today’s featured senior is Jason Kellems Jason: My favorite class is shop class. I will always remember Mr. Showalter and Mr. Reedy. Once I graduate I plan to work and save money so I can go to college. The advice I give to students still in high school is to live life to the fullest, make a few mistakes and try to do better.
Don’t forget the social media day on Friday, Feb. 1, from 1:30 to 3 in the high school commons. We will have students available to help you start a facebook, Instagram, etc page and give you a tutorial on it. This is for anyone in the community. You don’t have to bring anything and this is free!!
Math & Literacy Night! Just a reminder that we are hosting a Math & Literacy Night this Thursday, Jan. 31st. 5:30-7:30. A chili supper will be served from 6:00-6:30. Door prizes will be given away. We look forward to your participation!
Don't forget about our online Spirit Wear store. Use the code Sweetest10 for a 10% discount now through 2/10/19. Find WCC apparel at wccespiritwear.com
Don't forget the Math and Literacy Night this Thursday, Jan. 31st at 5:30-7:30. We are excited to spend this evening with you!
Game schedule for this week Jan 28 4:30-jg,jb,sb home Jan 29 5:30-jg,sg,sb @ Bee Branch Jan 31 5:00-jb, sg, sb @ Des Arc Feb 1 5:00-jb, senior night, sg,sb home
Senior night! Friday, Feb. 1, after the 1st game (Jr. boys). Games will start at 5 pm - not 5:30 pm
Tonight's game against Midland at WCC will start at 4:30. Jr. Girls, Jr. Boys and Sr. Boys will play. Sr. Girls will not play tonight.
Today's featured senior is Carlos Garcia. Carlos: I have been at WCC for 7 years. My favorite subject is history. Once I graduate I plan on attending college. The most valuable thing I have learned at WCC is that dedication and hard work gets you where you want to go. I will always remember my teachers. The advice I give to students still in high school is to keep going at it.
Tonight’s WCC game has been rescheduled to Next Thursday,Jan. 31st in Des Arc at 5pm. Jr. boys, Sr. Girls and Sr. Boys.
Basketball games for tonight that was in Des Arc have been cancelled and will be rescheduled. Time and date will be sent out once it is finalized.
SENIORS and guardians: Don't forget that your Yearbook ad page balance is due by Feb 15 and your Ad pictures and information are due by March 1. Questions? email firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention High School GT Parents: The dates have been set!!! They are May 28, 2019 through June 1st, 2019. We will leave Little Rock at 5:15 p.m. on May 28th and will return to Little Rock at 10:05 a.m. on June 1st! We will have 3 FULL DAYS to tour D.C.! If you have not already paid your deposit, I need the $50 PER PERSON by Monday, January 28th!!! Things are finally coming together, and I am looking forward to a GREAT trip! If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask! Remember, deposits due by January 28th in order to secure your seat on the flight!!
Attention car rider parents! If you don't have a school identification tag that is needed for the car rider pick up line - you will be instructed to park and will have to wait till all the cars with tags are loaded up before you are allowed to pick up your child(ren). If you are needing a tag or replacement tag please contact the elementary office at 501-729-3947. This will start on Thursday, Jan. 24.
Today's featured senior is Emily Alderson. Emily: I have been at WCC for 11 years. My favorite subject is English. I planning on going to college once I graduate. The most valuable thing I have learned while at WCC is that no matter what - friends always become family. I will always remember meeting some of my life long friends. My advice to students still in high school is always do your work. Don't get an attitude with the teacher and always have school spirit - high school will be so much more fun and easier for you.
White County Central is having school on Monday, Jan. 21!
Today's featured senior is Dawson Cox. Dawson: I have been at WCC since preschool. My favorite class is Ag shop class. Once I graduate I plan to go to ASU Beebe. The most valuable thing I have learned while attending WCC is family doesn't always mean that they have to be blood related. I will always remember my lunch box being zip tied to the baseball dug out - a lot. The advice I give to students still in high school is to realize you can't wait till the last minute to worry about grades. If you take care of them when you are suppose to then you can have more fun that is stress free.
Today's featured senior is Anna Parker. Anna: I have been at WCC since 2nd grade. My favorite subject is Agri. Once I graduate I plan to go to dental assistant school. The most valuable thing that I have learned while at WCC is that the teachers are really not out to get you. They want the best for you. I will always remember how loving and caring the teachers and students are. The advice I give to students still in high school is that what you are doing now really matters on how your life will come out. High school is your best years...take advantage of these years- go to prom, etc... - you will miss it.
WCC Pee Wee Cheerleading practice will start back this Friday. Practice will be 3:30-5:00 in the Cub House. Please remember to send your cheerleader clothes to practice in along with tennis shoes.
SCHOOL NIGHT AT BAILEY'S PIZZA! 10% of ALL sales at Bailey's Pizza in Searcy from 4:30-8:30 tonight will be returned to our school. This includes buffet, delivery, and carry out. Thanks for supporting our school!
Today's featured senior is Shelby Foster. Shelby: I have been at WCC since kindergarten. My favorite subject is English. Once I graduate I plan to go to AState and major in theater and go on Broadway. The most valuable thing I have learned while at WCC is..... there is going to be people that don't like you for who you are but you got to be yourself and like yourself for who you are because that is all that matters. I will always remember the teachers who had my back and were there for me. The advice I give to students still in high school is work hard and dream big.
Tuesday, January 15th: WCC Night at Bailey's Pizza in Searcy. WCC will receive 10% of ALL sales from 4:30 to 8:30. This includes buffet, carryout, and delivery orders. Help support our schools by eating at Bailey's Pizza tomorrow night!
Reminder: PTO meeting in the Elementary Cafeteria at 9:00 this morning.
Upcoming picture dates! Feb 13-Club pictures March 14 Baseball,softball March 15 pee wee basketball and cheer March 26 p-6 class pics March 27 p-4 spring pics March 28 5-12 spring pics
Mark your calendars now! WCC Elementary will be hosting a Family Math & Literacy Night on Thursday, January 31st from 5:30-7:30. Your child brought home information about this event earlier in the week. Please return the attendance form ASAP. We look forward to seeing you there.
SENIORS and senior parents! Seniors need to get a casual picture to Mrs. Dickerson by Jan 15. This is for the yearbook along-side your composite picture. Either bring a picture or email it to email@example.com
Bears are the Holiday Hoops Tournament CHAMPIONS! Beating Bergman in the Finals 60-45!
Bears lead Bergman 43-31 after 3rd Quarter in Finals!
Bears lead Bergman 30-19 at the half of the Finals at Berryville.
Bears lead Bergman 21-13 after the 1st Quarter in the Finals of the Holiday Hoops Tournament!
Bears beat Huntsville 58-32 and advance to the finals of the Holiday Hoops Tournament tomorrow night at 7:20.
Bears up 41-26 after 3rd Quarter against Huntsville
Bears up 24-18 at half against Huntsville.
Bears leading Huntsville 14-8 after 1st Quarter
Bears beat Mt. View 61-45 and play Huntsville at 4:40 tomorrow.
Bears up 51-23 after 3rd Quarter.
Bears up 30-15 at half against Mt. View in Berryville Tournament.
Bears up 15-4 after 1st quarter against Mt. View in Berryville Tournament
Parents, if your child receives a Friday backpack, please make sure they return it tomorrow. Those backpacks will be sent home on Wednesday, this week.
Wednesday, Dec. 19 Semester tests 1st period - regular class 2nd period - regular class 3rd period - regular class 4th period - regular class 5th period - semester test 6th period - semester test 7th period - semester test 8th period - semester test Thursday, Dec. 20 Semester tests 1st period - semester test 2nd period - semester test 3rd period - semester test 4th period - semester test 5th period - regular class lunch homeroom til 1:00 pm/1:00 dismisall Friday, Dec. 21 semester test make up for excused absences/students need to be at school at 8:00 am/no buses will run Semester test rules Students are not allowed to leave after they are done taking the test until the dismissal bell rings for that class. They have to wait till the bell rings. There will be no early tests! In order for a student to take a test at a later time than scheduled, that student's absence has to have an approved excuse. . If the student has to make up a semester test and has an excuse - the student needs to be at the school by 8am.on Friday, Dec. 21. Students that show up during testing times but do not have to test. Students are allowed to be here if they don't have a test but if they cause a disturbance then they will have to take the test. No students will show up late for testing. Students will have to get it approved by Dr. Underwood if they are tardy whether or not they will be allowed to take the test. All students will remain in their class for the full period even if they finish their test. They are allowed to leave campus when they are done testing between each period. ALL students that are on campus during semester testing will go to the class he/she is suppose to whether or not they are testing. There will be no students in the library, roaming the halls or in the gym (unless it is their PE or basketball time). Attached is a bell schedule. Students cannot be tardy for a test.
Today's featured senior is Stephanie Tucker. Stephanie: This is my first year at WCC. My favorite subject is precalculus. Once I graduate I plan to go to Lyons College and play volleyball. The most valuable thing I have learned while attending WCC is to be yourself. I will always remember the early morning basketball practices. The advice I give to students still in high school is always be yourself and have fun.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Somer McSpadden is our featured senior today. Somer: I have been at WCC for 7 years. My favorite subject is math. Once I graduate I plan to go in the Air Force and become an RN. The most valuable thing I have learned while attending WCC is 'It's okay to be smart'. I will always remember game days with the WCC Lady Bears. The advice I give to students still in high school is 'Do not procrastinate! Always try to make friends with everyone.'
All 7-11 grade students will be MAP testing on Tuesday, Nov. 27 starting at 7:55am.
Jared Yancey has received a GRIT award today from Mrs. Melinda King for his hard work in his TDA class. He was the first to get his PowerPoint certification and now he has Word certification. He is ambitious and ready to prepare for an Expert Word certification. Thanks Jared for working super hard. You deserve it.
Don't forget to order your White Co. Central gear! Click on the image to view the coupon code to save 20%. www.wccespiritwear.com
Wishing everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving! Remember to be thankful for your many blessings!
Jr. Girls are the 2018 Quitman Jr. Invitational Runner Up. Jr. boys are the 2018 Quitman Jr. Invitational Champs!! We are proud of our teams!! GO BEARS!!
Jr. Boys and Jr. Girls advance to the finals of the Quitman Jr. invitational Tournament. Girls play at 5:00. Boys play at 6:00. GO BEARS!!
If you ordered smoked meats from the senior class they are now ready to be picked up in the High school commons from 12pm to 5 pm, Saturday, Nov. 17.
Students dismiss at 12:45 today. We wish you all very blessed Thanksgiving holiday! We are thankful for you!
Today's featured senior is Angela Fisher. Angela: I have been at WCC for 12 years. My favorite subject is math. Once a graduate from WCC I plan to go to college and become a teacher. The most valuable thing I have learned while attending WCC is sometimes you lose friends but in the process you will gain friends that last a lifetime. I will always remember the encouraging teachers and my supporting peers. The advice I give to students still in high school is to make sure you do your work and don't over stress.
Reminder: Students will dismiss at 12:45 tomorrow (Friday, Nov. 16th).
Ballgame Rules for Elementary Students: Handbook pg. 90-91 states that K-6 students must be accompanied by an adult. K-3rd grades students must sit with a parent/guardian. This is to ensure the safety of our students. Thank you for your cooperation.
Los caminos estan despejados esta manana y tendremos escuela a la hora normal!
The roads are clear this morning and we WILL have school at the normal time!
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Quitman Jr. boys and girls basketball games for tonight, November 14, have been cancelled and will be rescheduled Saturday, Nov. 17. The semi finals and finals will be played on Saturday. Times will be posted as soon as we know something.
Today's featured senior is Eric Lawrence Holmes. Eric: I have been at WCC for 12 years. My favorite subject is any history course. Once I graduate I plan to attend college for a Bachelors in business management. The most valuable thing that I have learned while attending WCC is that you need to keep the people close to you as friends rather than the people you are unsure about. I will always remember the times I begged to stay home instead of going to school. The advice I give to students that are still in high school is to find the right peers to be around.
Reminder: Students will dismiss at 12:45 on Friday, Nov. 16 to allow for staff development.
The JH Quiz Bowl team attended the Arkansas Governor's Quiz Bowl Camp on Saturday November 10. Carson Brown was one of the top 8 9th graders at the camp. Evan Lowery was on the 1st place team at camp. Students were divided onto teams with students from other schools to compete.
Senior Class Smoked Meats pickup date is this Saturday, Nov. 17th from 3-5 pm. If you're interested in ordering then you will have to bring the money by the end of Monday, Nov. 12th. Pork butts are $30 and the Ribs are $20. They are ready to eat at pickup. Pick up is in the high school commons.
Today's featured senior is Hannah Marie Jackson. Hannah: I have been at WCC for 4 years. My favorite subjects are math and science. My plans once I graduate from WCC is to go to college and become a LPN. The most valuable thing I have learned while attending WCC is to never be afraid to stand up for yourself. What I will always remember about WCC is that everyone was always there for me when I needed it. My advice I give to students still in high school is to always stand up for yourself. Never give up no matter how hard it gets and always say 'NO' to drugs.
Reminder: Forms from elementary students who are interested in auditioning for the Peter Pan production must have forms turned in no later than tomorrow.
The Senior BETA Club at White County Central School District will be hosting their Annual Fall Blood Drive, this Friday, November 9th from 8:30 a.m. until 2:15 p.m. The blood drive will be held in the Elementary Cub House! For more information or to schedule an appointment you may contact Brandy Altom at (501)230-6747 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please call the elementary office or stop by if any of these belong to your child.
Veterans' Appreciation Breakfast this Friday (Nov. 9th) at 8:30 in the Elementary Cafeteria to honor our community's veterans. If you haven't already let us know that you will be here, please call the office and let Kelly Tucker know.
Mark your calendars for Friday evening at 6:00 for our Veterans' Program. We hope to see you there as we honor our Veterans.
Early dismissal for all students on Friday, Nov. 16th to allow for teacher professional development. Dismissal is at 12:45.
Fall sports pictures will be taken this Wednesday Nov. 7. 7th grade, Jr and Sr basketball and Jr and Sr cheer. The coaches were given order forms last week. If you order, you must bring your order form and money.
Order of games tomorrow,Tuesday, November 6, at Newport 5:00 Junior girls Junior boys Jv boys 2 (18 minute halves) Senior girls
The featured senior today is Wesley Kellough. Wesley: I have been at WCC for 7 1/2 years. My favorite subject is Agricultural metals. After I graduate I plan to become a welder. The most valuable thing I have learned while attending WCC is to always have faith and never let go of it. I will always remember how WCC has shaped me to be the guy I am today. The one piece of advice I'd like to give students still in high school is reach for your dreams and don't ever let anyone take your shine.
Attention Pee Wee Cheerleaders: The pep rally is at 1:00 tomorrow. Pee Wee Cheerleaders need to wear black leggings/sweat pants with a maroon school shirt, white tennis shoes (if possible) and white bow/ribbon. Coach Audra and Coach Shana have a few extra shirts if someone does not have one. No more after school cheer practices. We will resume practices in Jan./Feb.
Tomorrow is Spirit Day at WCC! Celebrate Homecoming with us by having your kids wear school shirts or school colors, then come out tomorrow night for the games. The Homecoming presentation will begin at 5:00, with games to follow. #bearnation #proudtobeabear
Tomorrow is Wacky Hair Day for WCC elementary!!
Tomorrow is Twin Day at WCC elementary! No Halloween Costumes or face paint, please.
Picture Dates! Please take note! 11/7- Fall Sports (7th, jr, sr basketball & Jr/Sr Cheer) 2/13- Club Pictures 3/14- Baseball and Softball 3/15- Pee Wee Basketball and Cheer 3/26- Elem. Class Pictures 3/27- Pk-4 Spring Pictures 3/28- 5-12 Spring Pictures
School picture remakes will be done tomorrow, Tues., Oct. 30. If your child needs a remake, there is a $5 charge. Please send the $5 to school with your child. If your child was absent on the FIRST picture day, there is NO charge.
The WCC Bear Band will not be playing at the basketball game on Friday, October 30th, due to conflict with Harvest Fest. A note will go home with your student to let you know about a rescheduled date.
Both Jr. teams advance in the Julian Martin Junior Tournament in Concord. Jr. Girls play at 4:30 on Monday and Jr. Boys play immediately following. GO BEARS!
Tuesday, Oct. 30, the game against Mt. Vernon is at 5pm. JV boys will play two 12 minutes halves first. Senior girls will play then senior boys.
Our featured senior today is Stayca Polk: Stayca: I have been at WCC for one year. My favorite subject is science. Once I graduate I would like to become an auto mechanic. The most valuable thing I have learned while attending WCC is to be nice to people. I will always remember the support the school has given me. The advice I give to students still in high school is not to stretch yourself to thin and to enjoy school.
White County Central's number one priority is to keep all of our students safe. We received a report of an alleged threat. After investigation the alleged threat has been determined to be unfounded. Our campus is secure and safe.
TIME TO SIGN UP FOR SHOOTING SPORTS!!! This sport is open to all 6th-12th graders. Paperwork is available in the offices. There will be a mandatory meeting Friday, November 9th at 5:00 pm in the Agri Classroom. Students must bring completed paperwork, Hunters Education card and a parent to the meeting.
Our WCC featured senior today is Kayla Evans. Kayla: I have attended WCC for 4 years. My favorite subject is English. Once I graduate I plan to go to ASU Beebe, get my basics, then transfer to UCA for dental school. The most valuable thing I have learned while attending WCC is that everyone is friends. Everyone will talk to one another and not be judgmental. I will always remember how homey and friendly everyone is at WCC. My advice to high school students still in high school is to always do your work, do your best and do not procrastinate.
Harvest Fest is Tues (10/30) from 5:00-8:00. Please send candy donations to school with your students. PTO is also needing donations for the cake walk. Little Debbies, snack cakes, etc. are accepted. We have a lot of fun events scheduled for this evening.We hope you will join us.
Homecoming week is next week: Oct. 29-Nov. 2. ELEMENTARY SPIRIT DAYS are as follows: M- 'Merica Day (red, white, & blue) T- Book Character Day W- Twin Day Th- Wacky Hair Day F- Spirit Day (Maroon and White) Reminder: NO Face Paint or Halloween Costumes
Homecoming week is next week: Oct. 29 - Nov. 2. Spirit days for 7-12th grades: America Monday Neon Tuesday Squad Wednesday Tourist Thursday Friday Maroon and white day
WCC’s basketball home game (JV boys and senior boys) for Tuesday, Oct. 23rd home game, has been scheduled to start at 6pm instead of 5:30 pm.
Kona Ice for elementary students tomorrow. $3 regular, $4 tulip cup, $5 color changing cup. The color changing cup can be brought back and refilled for $3.
Due to the inclement weather expected Friday, the fishing derby for 6th grade will be rescheduled for Monday October 22nd. The permission slip will cover for the new date.
Here is the schedule for tomorrow’s games at Shirley! 5:30-7th grade boys 6:15-junior girls 7:15-jv girls (7th and 8th) 8:00-junior boys Please spread the word!! GO BEARS!!
Tailgate Tonight!! 4:00-6:00 Maroon and White games to follow. Come out and support the BEARS and kickoff the basketball season!
Starting Oct 11 our food service sub pay will be $35.00 for a half day and $70.00 for a full day.
Last day for flu shot forms to be turned in for students is Wednesday, October 10th. I have to give numbers to the dept of health and have time to get forms corrected if there is an error. If community members would like to participate they need to call the school.
WCC Spirit Wear is now available to purchase! Fliers/order forms will be sent home this week. Purchase online and ship to your home. Free shipping 10/12 through 10/29. Purchase online at www.wccespiritwear.com
Reading Incentive for grades 2-4 starts this month.
Girls' Bear Cub Basketball Tournament is Monday, Oct. 8th. Boys' Bear Cub Basketball Tournament is Tuesday, Oct. 9th.
Girls' Bear Cub Basketball Tournament will be Monday, October 8th. Please note the date is Monday and not Thursday.
Elementary students can pay $1 and wear a hat to school on Fri. Oct. 5th and Fri. Oct. 12th. 5th/6th grade students are raising money to purchase books for students in North Carolina devastated by Hurricane Florence.
Forms for the mass flu clinic were passed out today. Forms are due no later than Tuesday, October 11th. Community members are invited but must be included in the count provided to the health dept on October 11th. Please contact Leighan Johnson for further details.
K-2nd, 4th, 6th, and 8th grades will have vision and hearing screenings tomorrow. Please remember to send your child's glasses.
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Saturday at 2:00 come see the WCC Choir perform at Spring Park in Searcy for Get Down Downtown.
Family Movie Night is tonight at 7:30. Doors open at 7:00. We hope to see you there!
Don't forget WCC's first ever FREE family movie night will be this Friday in the WCC Auditorium. Doors open at 7:00 movie will begin at 7:30. Hope to see you there.