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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

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Tuesday, September 19th, 2017

VRHS Daily Announcements


Congratulations to Mrs. Jodi Ogden! She was chosen by Mr. Bilski as the August Teacher of the Month. 


Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Senior Portrait Orders during lunch

Frisbee Meeting in Room 904 3:35

JV and Varsity Volleyball @ HOME 

Varsity Softball @ Cass

Senior Night Parent Information Night – 6:00




Congratulations to our VRHS Varsity Football Team for their big win this past Friday night over Woodland. 36 – 0!


Congratulations to our VRHS Varsity Softball Lady Wildcats for their win over Central yesterday!


This past Saturday, the VRHS Fishing Team went to Lake Sinclair for the first tournament of the season. One of our new teams, Austin Lane Smith and Dawson Wainwright placed 8th out of 158 teams. Austin Lane also won the "Lunker" award for biggest fish of the day. They are also the first team to qualify for the state tournament this year. Congratulations!



 Clubs & Fine Arts:


National Honor Society will meet on Wednesday, September 20th at 3:40 in Room 805.  This meeting is for members who have already been inducted.  There will be a makeup meeting on Thursday, September 21st at 7:45. 

The Do Something Club is hosting a Blessing Bag drive until September 20th. Items that can be donated include toiletry items, hygiene items, feminine hygiene items and new or gently used clothing. All donations can be dropped off in Ms. Sullivan's room (105) until further notice. If you would like to follow the Do Something Club, find us on Instagram, Facebook and Remind 101.




There is a Senior Parent Information Meeting this evening at 6:00pm in the cafeteria, presented by the Guidance Department where Senior information will be presented.




For College bound Juniors, the PSAT is the best practice for the SAT- cost $18.00  due by Sept. 29th. 

 We have 25 spots for Juniors…first come, first serve…see Ms. McFadden in Guidance.



Attention Juniors: Prom dues are now $125 until October 12th. 




The PSAT will be given on October 11th at VRHS at no cost for 10th graders. 





Homecoming is the week of Sept.25 - Sept. 29. Theme: “There's No Place Like HOMEcoming."


We have invited all Previous HC Queens to participate in parade and to a pregame tailgate.


Students will be decorating doors in the 100, 500, 600 and 800 hallways the weeks of 9/11 thru 9/22.


Homecoming dress-up days are:


Monday 9/25- Nerds vs Jocks Day

Tuesday 9/26- Elderly Day

Wednesday 9/27- Rockers vs. Rappers Day

Thursday 9/28- Throwback Thursday 1990s

Friday 9/29 - VR Spirit Day



Help the Homeless Shoebox Drive / Helping the Homeless Contest-  Sept. 11th- Sept.20th 


This year SGA has decided to incorporate the entire school in the "Help the Homeless" drive. Every year SGA as well as a handful of other clubs collect personal hygiene necessities to create shoe boxes for the Fullerville Mission to hand out to those in need. This year it will be part of the Homecoming points earned by classes to try and win the Homecoming Contest between classes.


Freshmen- Dental Floss, Wet Wipes, Q-tips

Sophomores- Deodorant, Brushes, Combs

Juniors- Shampoo, Conditioner, Body Wash

Seniors- Toothbrushes, toothpaste, Feminine Products


The contest goes 2 ways: 

1. Overall number of items per Class (Freshmen, Sophomores, etc)

2. Highest number of items brought in to 1st period (does not have to be all the same grade)



Homecoming Game and Dance on 9/29 from 9 - 11:45pm. Dance tickets are $5 presale and will be on sale the week of HC during lunches. Tickets bought at the door are $20. Only VRHS current students in good standing may attend. Dance dress code enforced (will be on ticket).



Free SAT Prep:


Mt. Prospect Baptist Church holds free SAT study classes for students preparing for the SAT exam. The schedule is posted underneath the Forms section of the Guidance website page, along with a contact phone number for students to call if you are interested in the classes.  Conducting the classes are teachers and a professor from UWGC.





Communities In Schools has set up a pantry here at the high school for students. The pantry consists of school supplies, food,

clothing, hygiene products and some shoes. If you are in need, please see Mrs. Temekia Cheely. Her location is beside

Work-Based Learning in the 200 Hall (old Guidance area).


Are you looking for a job? Be sure to check out the GET HIRED! job board on the 200 hall.



More calculators are in! See Mrs. Porter (Room 903) or Mrs. Kaylor (Room 801) before or after school to purchase one.


Students that park in the gravel lot are expected to exit school through the student parking lot and out of Entrance 3 next to the 800/900 building.  Students are not to leave campus through the back of the gravel lot up through the neighborhood.



Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: students who attend school regularly are more likely to graduate and find good jobs. In fact, a high school graduate makes on average $1 million more than a dropout over a lifetime. 

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