Library News

New Database added:

Does your student ever need to have access to school databases at home? Well, now it’s possible through remote access. Simply go to the WMHS Library homepage at  http://www.augusta.k12.va.us/domain/793 and select “Databases.” There are links to the different databases available for students.  

1.    For EBSCO: User ID is “s437601”and the password is “hornets”

2.    For the World Book: User name is

“augusta1” and the password is “worldbook”

3.    Find It Va (also links you to databases

supplied by the Library of Virginia and there

are no logins or passwords required.

4.    The new database, Credo, is located on the Augusta County Library’s homepage and can be accessed by anyone.  To take full advantage of all its resources, a library card is necessary.

 

Printer Cartridge Recycling

The library continues to collect printer cartridges and cell phones for recycling. The school receives money for these, so please keep us in mind when you need to dispose of this type of item. Students may drop off any contributions in the library and we’ll send them in. Thanks so much for your support!

Hornet News Header

2013-2014 Yearbook Staff Announcement

2013-14 Hornet Hive Yearbook Staff Has Been Selected!

Congratulations to the new staff members! The Hornet Hive Yearbook Staff for the 2013-14 School year will be...

1.    Kasey Crist

2.    Brandon Fern

3.    Sammie Vailes

4.    Molly Kirby

5.    Stephanie Brooks

6.    KaLynn Painter

7.    Walker May

8.    Abby Flick

9.    Rebekah Marstiller

10.  Katelyn Moore

11.  Courtney Cotton

12.  Caleb Smith

13.  Carter Mitchener

14.  Alec Keith

 

Home

Club News

Guidance

Contact

Forensics Results

At the Augusta County Forensics meet on Wednesday, 1/23, Wilson's speaking team claimed several victories:
 
Bailie Singleton placed 1st in Extemporaneous speaking
 
Allison Mitchell placed 1st in Original Oratory
 
Bree Long placed 4th in Poetry Interpretation
 
Stephanie Long placed 4th in Prose Interpretation
 
Excellent job ladies, and good luck at the District meet on Wednesday, 2/6!

Click Here to volunteer to be a chaperone at the After Prom Party!
Click Here to buy an advertisement in the Hornet Spring Sports Program!
Click Here to view a calendar of current events!

 

Attention Seniors!

February and the remaining months here at Wilson are important for the Senior class. This month Blue Ridge Community College will have a Registration representative come and speak to the Seniors on Wednesday, 2/20 during the Club time in the Auditorium. Information will be given on dates for pretesting and getting acclimated to the campus. All Seniors intending on going to BRCC or have BRCC as a backup are welcome and advised to attend. A lab will be reserved for registering if time is available. If time is not, please stop by and see Mr. Melvin your Career Coach in Room 25.5 next to guidance and set up an appointment to get registered or have any questions you might have answered.

All Seniors who have not had the time to speak with Mr. Melvin on a plan for their career after Wilson please stop by and do so. The sooner you define a career path in life, the greater the overall rewards life has to offer.

FFA News

Submitted By: Josh Whetzel, Chapter Reporter

The WMHS FFA had a very successful fruit sale this past winter. Thank you to all who participated and contributed in this year’s fruit sales!

The top three sellers were:

1.       Mario Litteral

2.       Hannah Cox

3.       Grace Phillips

From February 11-13, we are holding Valentine’s Day flower Pre-Sales. Carnations will be sold for $1. Pre-Sale times will be during all three lunches. So make sure you buy a flower for that special someone to be delivered on Valentine’s Day!

Also in February is National FFA Week, which is always on the week of George Washington’s birthday. This week was designated by the National FFA Board of Directors because George Washington was not only the first president of the United States of America, but he was also a leader in the agricultural industry. At his plantation Mount Vernon in Virginia, he led advancements in conservation techniques such as crop rotation and cover crop. This year the dates are February 18-22. The chapter will be hosting dress up days that include:

Monday- parent/teacher conferences

Tuesday- Farm Equipment Day (Wear your John Deere, International, Ford, etc. shirts)

Wednesday- Carhartt Day

Thursday- Dress Like A Farmer Day

Friday- “Wear Your FFA Jacket To Work”/FFA Spirit Day

National Ag Week will take place on March 18-22. Look out for upcoming dates and events by the FFA for this week!

 

 

 

Dates to Highlight

February 18: Spring Sports Tryouts Begin

February 27: Winter Sports Awards Program      7:00 PM

February 28: Spring Sports Picture Day              (After school)

February 28: Athletic Booster Meeting 5:45

February 28: Spring Sports "Meet the Team"      7:00 PM

May 30:         Spring Sports Awards Program     7:00 PM