HS Bulletin

Wesclin High School

March 19, 2019




Congrats to the Wesclin FFA horticulture team for placing 2nd out of 8 schools at the section contest. Out of 44 participants, Elena Fridley placed 4th, Alex Brown placed 5th, Kenzie Hancock placed 6th and Hunter Doverspike placed 10th. Other team members included Abby Norbury, Kaylee Thaler, and Victoria Him.


*NEW Employment Opportunity: If you’re interested in working this Spring, Summer and Fall at a Trenton City Park concession Stand please apply at Trenton City Hall. The job application work sheet can be found on the Trenton City Hall website. Don’t hesitate to call City Hall or Norman Wiggins at 618-310-6076.


Junior scholarship opportunity--The Better Business Bureau in our area is sponsoring a Student of Ethics Award Program for juniors who personify high ethics demonstrated through leadership, community service, overall personal integrity and academic history.  Students must write a 300 word essay on an ethical dilemma you faced and how you resolved it.  Applications are available at bbb.org/stlouis/student-of-ethics-awards.  The application deadline is May 31, 2019.


LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS DUE FRIDAY: This is a reminder to seniors that the local scholarship applications are due this Friday, March 22nd.  This includes the Wesclin Education Association, Clinton Co. Electric, Davis, NHS/Stucco, Trenton Park Boosters, and the Graesser Memorial Business Scholarship.


SCHOLAR BOWL (Freshmen, JV, and Varsity): Please wear your Scholar Bowl T-shirts for group pictures on Thursday during Advisory.


YEARBOOK ORDER DEADLINE is this Friday, March 22. Order forms are available in the office. There will be very few extras ordered. If you do not order you will not be guaranteed a yearbook.


PROM TICKETS will be on sale Wednesday & Thursday, March 27-28 during both lunch periods outside Mrs. Schneidewind’s room. All students must be in good standing – all detentions served & all outstanding ID badges paid for before you will be allowed to purchase a ticket. Ticket cost is $50/person.


DATE REQUEST FORMS are available in the office. If you are planning to bring a date from another school or a Wesclin underclassman as your guest to prom you must have a completed date request form on file in the office PRIOR TO purchasing your ticket.


MARCH MADNESS BRACKET CHALLENGE:  Student Council is hosting a NCAA tournament bracket pool to raise money for the Sarcoma Foundation and gift cards for the Trimble family. Brackets are being sold for $3 for the first and $2 for each bracket after that. Brackets will be sold at lunch through Wednesday. There are big prizes given to the top five brackets. You can follow the leaderboard online, and the top five brackets will be displayed on the bulletin board. Completed brackets must be turned in to Mrs. Kunz, Nate Brede or Carson Wessel by 8:00 a.m. Thursday, March 21st. Keep in mind that you don’t need to know anything about basketball to participate!


SENIORS stop by the guidance office for new scholarship information if you did not get an update through google classroom.


Varsity Baseball at Home vs Belleville East 4:30 p.m.

Softball at Home vs O’Fallon 4:30 p.m.

Soccer at Wood River. Bus time 2:35 p.m. Dismissal 2:25.

B&G Track at Red Bud 4:00 p.m. Bus time 2:20. Dismissal 2:10



MENU: Baked Pasta with Garlic Toast or Walking Tacos or Bosco Sticks with Sauce – French Fries


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March Madness Brackets due

Thursday, March 21

8:00 a.m.

Mrs. Kunz, Nate or Carson

Local Scholarship Applications due

Friday, March 22


Mrs. Fisher

Yearbook Order deadline

Friday, March 22


Office or Mrs. Heap

Prom Ticket Sales

March 27-28


Outside Mrs. Pilgreen’s room