JUST A FRIENDLY REMINDER …
Athlete / Parent Meeting is THIS TUESDAY OCT. 9th at 7pm in WHS Cafeteria.
If you Plan on Swimming / Diving this season, Please make this Important Informational Meeting!!
Hope to see you there !!
Wyoming High School Swimming 2018
Our college visitors for the next two weeks are as follows: 10/9 Earlham College, Lake Erie College 10/11 Wright State Univ., Ohio Northern Univ., Univ. of Rochester, 10/12 Univ. of Chicago, 10/16 Purdue Univ., Denison Univ., Univ. of Akron, George Washington Univ., St. Bonaventure Univ., 10/17 Brown Univ., Univ. of Alabama, Yale Univ., 10/18 Worcester Polytechnic Univ.
Our first Career Corral of the year will be held on October 19th during 5th bell and will focus on careers in Computer Science. All students interested in this field are invited to sign up in Naviance by October 17.
On October 10th, While 9th and 12th grades are experiencing service learning, 10th and 11th grades will take the PSAT. As a reminder, the PSAT is practice for the SAT and for 11th graders is the qualifying test for National Merit.
Help support the Marching Cowboys trip to New Orleans!
The Wyoming High School band is raising money to travel to and perform in New Orleans! Mark your calendars for these upcoming fundraisers:
Yankee Candle Sale: Individual Sales thru Oct. 5. Delivery date at Wyoming High School to come.
Buffalo Wings and Rings Dine and Donate Event: Saturday, Oct. 13. Visit event on online district calendar for flyer.
Chipotle Dine and Donate Event: 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3.
Poinsettia Sale: Individual Sales Nov. 16-30. Pick up at Wyoming High School Holiday Showcase on Tuesday, Dec. 11.
Butter Braids Sale: Individual Sales March 8-April 1. Delivery on April 15 at Wyoming High School.
Station Family & BBQ Event: Friday, March 8. More information to come.
Wyoming Scarf Sale: Ongoing
Email Assistant Band Director Chris DeWitt at email@example.com or call 513-206-7070 for more information.
News from Supporting Organizations
Buy your ticket now for next week’s for WSMA’s Beats, Eats, and Treats at CWC, the Restaurant
Come for a casual gathering with yummy food and deeelicious music 5-9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11! To complement the brilliance of the fine Wyoming student performances, CWC will serve savory eats by the bite in the first wave and sweet treats by the bite in the second. Choose a ticket for the first session (5-6:45 p.m.) or the second session (7:15-9 p.m.) — or buy one ticket to attend both sessions. Registration is required. Net proceeds go back to Wyoming School Music Association. Beverages will be available throughout the event; beverages are not included in the ticket price. Register here: http://wyomingmusic.org/beats-eats-treats-tickets/.
WSMA bringing performance opportunity Wyoming for K-6th grade students
Wyoming School Music Association (WSMA) is proud to present a week-long Missoula Children’s Theatre Camp for Kindergarten – 6th grade on November 12-17 in Fay Auditorium. Missoula Children’s Theatre travels the world producing one-week theatre residencies and WSMA is bringing their expertise and enthusiasm to Wyoming for our younger students to experience the theatre. The camp is expected to fill quickly, so visit http://www.wyomingmusic.org soon to register.
Participants will perform “ROBIN HOOD”, Conceived and Written by Michael McGill, Music by Michael McGill: The time is simply long ago and the place is the magical, mythical Sherwood Forest. Our hero, Robin Hood, and his Merry Band of colorful characters seek the help of the Foresters, manage to waylay the Aristocrats and set out to rescue Maid Marion and Marion’s Maid. Prince John tries to stay calm as his Sheriff, guards, and horsemen botch Robin’s arrest thanks to the aromatic Skunks. Wacky humor and an original score add to this fresh new look at a legendary outlaw in a legendary time.
Theatre Camp Information:
*This camp is only for Wyoming students in Kindergarten – 6th grade.
*The camp will run 4-8 p.m. Monday-Friday, Nov. 12–16. There will be two shows: 3 & 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17.
*If you register and pay for the camp, your student is guaranteed a role in “Robin Hood”.
*All students will audition for their individual part/role on Monday, Nov. 12, between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. After the audition, some students will stay for rehearsal that evening and some will be finished for the day. After the students learn their roles, they will receive a rehearsal schedule for the rest of the week (kindergarten and 1st graders will not stay past 6 p.m. on school nights). Students MUST be available for the FULL WEEK of rehearsals – they will not be excused for appointments or practices when they are called to rehearse.
*Students do NOT have to prepare anything for the audition. The Missoula directors will ask students to act and sing various things, but no advance preparation is necessary – just bring a smile and good attitude.
*There are 4 Tech Crew parts for interested 5th or 6th graders.
*The cost to participate is $160 per student. This includes: a week of rehearsals with professional directors, two fully-produced musical performances with a full set and costumes from Missoula, snacks during every rehearsal break time, a pizza dinner between the two shows on Saturday, two tickets to each show (additional tickets will be available for purchase), and an experience to learn about and appreciate the world of musical theatre.
Visit http://www.wyomingmusic.org to fill out the form and pay through PayPal to officially register your child.
The Wyoming Athletic Boosters Association Senior Fall Sports Recognition Night is scheduled for Friday, October 19th.
All SENIORS who participated in a Fall Sport, Cheer or Marching Band, along with their parents, will be recognized at half time during the home football game on the A-Field. Both parents & athlete will be permitted entry to the game at no charge. A letter is in the mail with additional details. Please R.S.V.P. no later than Friday, October 12th, to Julia Taylor at 708-5666 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!