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WHS Daily Bulletin: April Students of the Month announced

first_imgFriday May 15thNormal 1st through 4th hours.Students not taking finals are released at 11:18.All students taking finals will attend first lunch.1st hour Final- 11:45-1:232nd Hour Final- 1:28-3:05 Tuesday May 19th7th Hour Final- 8p.m.-9:378th Hour Final- 9:42-11:18School is dismissed for the summer at 11:18. *Senior Parents: If you are interested in purchasing a senior ad in the yearbook, contact Ms. Ford at ktfordatusd353.com. *Volleyball girls- Camp Forms, Fundraising forms and money need to be turned into the office. *Congratulations to the April Students of the Month:9th- Jack Heimer10th- Cassidy Harriger11th- Jared Shields12th- Shayna Templeton *Any student that missed the Drivers Ed meeting on Wednesday can see Mr. Wilmoth today. Submitted to Sumner Newscow — Today’s Wellington High School bulletin for Monday, May 4, 2015:Monday•Tennis at Winfield 10 a.m.•JV Golf at WHS 3 p.m.•C-team Baseball at WHS 4 p.m.Tuesday•Golf at Hesston 8 a.m.•JV Golf at Clearwater 3 p.m.Wednesday•Lions Club Awards 10 p.m. in Auditorium.Thursday•Regional Tennis 10 a.m.•Golf at Tex Consolver 3 p.m.•Baseball at WHS vs Clearwater 4 p.m.•Softball at WHS vs Clearwater 4:30 p.m.Friday•Regional Tennis at Winfield 10 a.m.•Track at Chaparral 3 p.m.Saturday•Baseball at Ark City 4 p.m., 6 p.m.•Regional Tennis at Winfield 9 a.m. Today’s Lunch: Tater Tot Casserole, Tossed Salad with Romaine, Steamed Carrots, Biscuits with Jelly, Applesauce and Milk.Tomorrow’s Lunch– Pork Rib with Bun, Romaine and Tomato, Tri-Tater, Green Beans, Pineapple, Apple Crisp and Milk.Today’s News *JV Golf will be dismissed at 1 p.m.*There will be a meeting on Wednesday after school in the health room for anyone interested in participating in Cross Country next school year.*Congratulations to BayLee Pacchelli who broke into semi-finals in serious solo acting and placed 10th out of 39 this weekend at state forensics.*New Leadership candidates, please see Mrs. Defore to set up an interview appointment.*Final Schedule–Students must be in the classroom for the entire finals period and cannot be released early, even if they finish early.center_img *Help the Library create the ultimate young adult reading list by scanning the QR Codes on the flyers around the school. Let the Library know what books you want to read!  You can also go to: http://goo.gl/forms/yElq1CUx2b *There are only three applicants for NHS officers next year. Please come get a form from Ms. Hollas if you are interested. *Senior Finals will be on Monday, May 11th and Tuesday, May 12th. Seniors only need to come Monday  morning if they are taking a final the following day in class.  Mondays finals will be 5th,6th,7th and 8th periods. Tuesdays finals will be  1st,2nd,3rd and 4th periods. Seniors will be dismissed after 4th hour on Tuesday. Today is:National Weather Observers DayNational Orange Juice DayNational Melanoma MondayNational Star Wars Day Monday May 18th3rd hour Final- 8p.m.-9:374th hour final- 9:42-11:18All students taking finals will attend first lunch5th hour Final- 11:45-1:236th hour Final- 1:28-3:05last_img read more

Gov. DeSantis Gives Coronavirus Update at Orlando Hair Salon

first_imgHe continued, We’re adding Sarasota/Bradenton drive-thru site, Naples/Fort Myers drive-thru site, and then a hybrid drive-thru and walk-up site at the Miami Beach Convention Center. So you’re actually going to have more opportunities if you want to test, because we just feel — if you’re putting people back to work and maybe a worker has some symptoms, they’re hopefully in these communities — an easy way to do it.”DeSantis spoke with hair stylists at the OhSoooJazzy Hair Salon in Orlando, telling them that haircuts and manicures could soon return if barber shops and salons use safety measures.Among the ideas to make that happen are barbers and clients wearing gloves and masks, closing waiting areas, and having clients stay in their cars until they receive a text message to come in.“I am confident that it’s not just a matter of ‘if,’ (it’s) just a matter of ‘when,’ but we’ve got to make sure it is safe and sound,” said DeSantis.He did not indicate whether salons would be allowed to reopen everywhere in Florida or if they would be limited to areas outside the virus’ epicenter of Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties, which makes up about 60 percent of the state’s cases and deaths.DeSantis announced last week that the state will reopen Monday, May 4, with the exception of heavily-hit Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties.At least 1,364 Florida residents have died from COVID-19, as of Saturday.Palm Beach County: 3,080 cases-195 deaths-Men: 1,516, Women: 1,502-474 hospitalizationsBroward County: 5,257 cases-204 deaths-Men: 2,605, Women: 2,522-1,044 hospitalizationsMiami-Dade County: 12,632 cases-367 deaths-Men: 6,506, Women: 5,971-1,651 hospitalizations Gov. Ron DeSantis on Saturday discussed Florida’s efforts to battle the coronavirus at a hair salon in Orlando.“As of last night, Florida had 581 COVID patients in the ICU statewide,” he said. “That’s the lowest we’ve had in a month, and for a state of almost 22 million people, that’s obviously a very, very small number of patients.”DeSantis also talked about the increase of testing availability in the state.“We’ve tested almost 420,000 people now in the state of Florida,” he said. “We have the seven drive-thru sites that have been operating for a while, including the one in the Orange County Convention Center, but we’re adding Pensacola, which had a soft open yesterday, large open today.”last_img read more

South Hills Judo Club champions honored by City Council

first_imgCHAMPIONS HONORED—The South Hills Judo Club champions were honored by Pittsburgh City Council March 29 for their recent accomplishments at the 2010 Pennsylvania State Judo Championships. From left: City Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak, Devin King (1 Silver and 1 Bronze in his weight and age division), Robert McGill (1 Silver and 1 Bronze in his weight and age division), Dashawn Dixon (1 Silver in his division), Dequon Layne (Silver and Bronze in his weight and age division) and Eric Throne (2 gold medals in his division and a silver from the Ocean State Internationals. Not shown are Tony Nelson, their manager, and Brian Foltz from Allegheny Youth Development. The club is located in Carrick and its mission is to positively affect the character, fitness and lives of its members and the community through the principle of “mutual benefit and welfare.”last_img read more