Can you help design our school’s Victory Flag? Enter the WMHS Victory Flag Design contest! We can let our community know when there has been a WIN by flying our victory flag near the school entrance sign at 250. Every time a team has a victory, our victory flag will fly the next day. Students will vote for the winning design! Pick up a design submission form in the main office. Submit your designs to Miss Hutchens or Mr. Flesher by Tuesday, 12/1.
Attention Club Latin Members! This Friday, 12/4, will be our Saturnalia party during Club time. Those who wish to participate must bring a wrapped gift for the gift exchange. Gifts may not exceed $10 in value and students without a gift will be sent back to their second block return. See Magister Carruth if you have any questions.
Do you like salads, sandwiches, a huge selection of drink choices, cookies, and more? Do you want to serve your community while eating a delicious meal? Then come to Firehouse Subs in Staunton! Every other Thursday from 5:00 to 9:00 PM your local Chapter of the Technology Student Association (TSA) will be receiving a percent of all sales. All that you need is an appetite and a few dollars so you can eat to help us compete. Come out to join us from 5:00 to 9:00 PM on the following Thursdays: 11/5, 11/19, 12/3 and 12/17.
Attention Parents: Student Accident Insurance - 2015/16 School Year Augusta County School Board provides all parents with the opportunity to purchase a low-cost accident insurance program for their child (ren). Parents/guardians may choose to participate and pay the premium. By declining or failing to respond to the offer of insurance, parents/guardians accept full responsibility for the cost of any accidental injury to the student while at school or school-related activities. Augusta County Schools does not carry medical or accident insurance on students. Markel Insurance Company will offer Student Accident policies for purchase during the 2015-16 school year. Parents can enroll children by calling 877-444-5014 or online at http://markel.sevencorners.com.
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