Daily Student Announcements

December 1

 

Builders Club is starting to collect donations for the Christmas Food Baskets.  Items needed are posted on signs around the school.  Monetary donations are also accepted.  Donations can be turned into the office or Mrs. Campbell’s room until Wednesday, December 14.  Thank you to everyone who helps make this a success!

 

 

Sophomores and Juniors:  Your course request forms are in your Google Drive!  

If you are interested in a vocational program for next year, now is the time to complete 

your application at pccte.org.  See Mrs. Symer if you have questions or need help.  

 

November 30

 

Thanks to everyone that showed up last night to honor our teachers.  Unfortunately, we left some business unsettled.  Mrs. Peres demands satisfaction and is declaring a rematch Friday during SRT!  Show up if you dare!

 

 

Builders Club is starting to collect donations for the Christmas Food Baskets.  Items needed are posted on signs around the school.  Monetary donations are also accepted.  Donations can be turned into the office or Mrs. Campbell’s room until Wednesday, December 14.  Thank you to everyone who helps make this a success!

 

  Attention NHS Tutors: In order to earn service hours for tutoring you MUST fill out a paper form and submit to Mrs. Leighty after completing two sessions. Papers are available in Mrs. Leighty's room. The teacher in the classroom where you are providing tutoring will sign the form.

 

There will be a Student Council meeting today during lunch in Mrs. Peres's room.

 

November 29

 

Builders Club is starting to collect donations for the Christmas Food Baskets.  Items needed are posted on signs around the school.  Monetary donations are also accepted.  Donations can be turned into the office or Mrs. Campbell’s room until Wednesday, December 14.  Thank you to everyone who helps make this a success!

 

  Attention NHS Tutors: In order to earn service hours for tutoring you MUST fill out a paper form and submit to Mrs. Leighty after completing two sessions. Papers are available in Mrs. Leighty's room. The teacher in the classroom where you are providing tutoring will sign the form.

 

There will be a Student Council meeting this Wednesday during lunch in Mrs. Peres's room 

 

Teachers and Students come to Girl's JV & V  games tonight at 5:30 pm against Kouts. Come support the girl's team. Come support the teacher appreciation basketball game. 

 

Basketball fans listen up closely, especially if you like pizza! Mr. Martin is sponsoring a Support the Senators Challenge for middle through high school students. The class that has the most students attend conference basketball games will be rewarded. The class must have at least 35 students participate. The first challenge game is tonight when our JV/ Varsity girls play Kouts. The first payout will be Gelsosomo's pizza.

 

The 6th grade boys basketball team defeated Westville yesterday 28-20. Carson Bowman led the team with 14 points. Their next game is against Kouts on Wednesday 11/30 at home. Come out and cheer these boys on!!

 

November 28

 

Any high school boy who played soccer last year, please come to a brief meeting in Mr. Swann's room at lunch.

 

Congratulations to the November Super Senators!

6th Grade-Hayleigh Peres and Viola Bane

7th Grade-Karson Kish and Emma Gilbert

8th Grade-Laure Reeder and Destin Billings

 

November 22

 

The student council would like your help appreciating our Washington Township teachers.  Each of you were sent a google form asking you to share something you appreciate about one of your teachers or a fun memory you have with one of your teachers.  We would like to share some of your stories with the teachers throughout the year.  Please continue to share your stories as you think of them

 

Congratulations to Abigail Vermillion for being selected to the Junior All-State Band!  Abby is the first student in East Porter County School history to be selected to Junior All-State.  The band will perform on Saturday, January 14th at the Embassy Theatre in downtown Fort Wayne. Great job!

 

November 21

 

The student council would like your help appreciating our Washington Township teachers.  Each of you were sent a google form asking you to share something you appreciate about one of your teachers or a fun memory you have with one of your teachers.  We would like to share some of your stories with the teachers throughout the year.  Please continue to share your stories as you think of them

 

November 18

 

Key Club Members - please listen carefully.  If you have any questions regarding InnerView, please come to a meeting in Mrs. Rea's room during SRT on Friday.   Also, please check the Volunteer Opportunities available and sign up!  The spring semester usually does not provide as many volunteer opportunities as the fall semester, so get your hours done as soon as you can!

 

Middle School Student Council will have a meeting during lunch today..

 

Attention all high school students. Homecoming is just around the corner and the homecoming committee needs your help. Each year, each grade is assigned a poster to be hung up in the gym. If you are interested in helping make your grade's poster please see the attached google form posted in your CCR classroom. Each class needs all the help it can get! If you are artistic this would be a great time to let your talents shine. 

 

We are looking for senior flashback photos. Any seniors or senior parents who have photos from elementary school up until the beginning of high school, please send them to Mrs. Leighty for flashbacks. We will include these in the yearbook and on the senior slideshow. 

 

Good luck to Layla Stokes, Ava Vogel, Sierra Richardson and Emma Howard as they perform this weekend at the "All District Honor Band".  The Band will perform at Kankakee Valley High School this Sunday at 4pm.

 

November 17

 

Key Club Members - please listen carefully.  If you have any questions regarding InnerView, please come to a meeting in Mrs. Rea's room during SRT on Friday.   Also, please check the Volunteer Opportunities available and sign up!  The spring semester usually does not provide as many volunteer opportunities as the fall semester, so get your hours done as soon as you can!

 

Middle School Student Council will have a meeting during lunch on Friday in Ms. Billings' classroom.

 

Attention all high school students. Homecoming is just around the corner and the homecoming committee needs your help. Each year, each grade is assigned a poster to be hung up in the gym. If you are interested in helping make your grade's poster please see the attached google form posted in your CCR classroom. Each class needs all the help it can get! If you are artistic this would be a great time to let your talents shine. 

 

We are looking for senior flashback photos. Any seniors or senior parents who have photos from elementary school up until the beginning of high school, please send them to Mrs. Leighty for flashbacks. We will include these in the yearbook and on the senior slideshow. 

 

The 6th grade boys basketball team defeated South Central yesterday in a close battle. Jonah Hasse hit the game winning shot with 5 seconds remaining. They play Morgan tonight at home. 

 

November 16

 

Work Ethic participation forms are due to Mrs. Symer today.



Sophomores will be meeting in the Media Center during SRT today.  Please bring your Chromebooks.

 

Key Club Members - please listen carefully.  If you have any questions regarding InnerView, please come to a meeting in Mrs. Rea's room during SRT on Friday.   Also, please check the Volunteer Opportunities available and sign up!  The spring semester usually does not provide as many volunteer opportunities as the fall semester, so get your hours done as soon as you can!

 

 Middle School Honor Society will have a meeting after school today in Ms. Billings' classroom.

 

Middle School Student Council will have a meeting during lunch on Friday in Ms. Billings' classroom.

 

November 15

 

 The Senior Cap and Gown meeting will be after announcements in the Cafeteria. ALL seniors must attend.

 

Work Ethic participation forms are due to Mrs. Symer today.



Sophomores will be meeting in the Media Center during SRT on Wednesday.  Please bring your Chromebooks.

 

November 14

 

 The Senior Cap and Gown meeting will be on Tuesday, November 15th at 7:35. This meeting is required for all seniors planning to participate in the graduation ceremony. 

 

High school students who have not already earned Work Ethic Certification, please check your CCR Google Classroom for detailed information regarding this opportunity.  The deadline to submit your participation form to Mrs. Symer is November 16th.

 

Dental Safari is coming to our school!  When?  January 19th, 2023.  Consent forms will be sent home or there is also the option of filling it out online. Uninsured?  No problem!  Services will be free for those without insurance. Dental Safari also takes most major insurances. There is an option for everyone. Register today to guarantee your student's spot!

 

November 11

 

Midterm grade reports are available today. This means we are halfway through this second 9 weeks. You have only 4.5 weeks to get your nine weeks grades where you want them to be.



The Senior Cap and Gown meeting will be on Tuesday, November 15th at 7:35. This meeting is required for all seniors planning to participate in the graduation ceremony. 

 

High school students who have not already earned Work Ethic Certification, please check your CCR Google Classroom for detailed information regarding this opportunity.  The deadline to submit your participation form to Mrs. Symer is November 16th.

 

Good luck to Abigail Vermillion, Zach Wehner, Mason Formentti, Kam McKinstosh-Lewin and Emma Gilbert as they perform this weekend at the "All Region Honor Band".  The Band will perform at Portage High School on Sunday at 3pm.

 

November 10

 

 Key Club members who ordered Butter Braids - they MUST be picked up in Mrs. Rea's room on Thursday during SRT, and they MUST be placed in a freezer no later than 4 PM that same day.  See Mrs. Rea if you have any questions.

 

Midterm grade reports are available this Friday. This means we are halfway through this second 9 weeks. You have only 4.5 weeks to get your nine weeks grades where you want them to be.



Mr. Kingley will be at WT for the Senior Cap and Gown meeting on Tuesday, November 15th at 7:35. This meeting is required for all seniors planning to participate in the graduation ceremony. Please call WTHS if you have any questions.

 

The 6th grade boys basketball team defeated Hebron yesterday 26-23. Max Pierce led the team with 14 points followed by Jonah Hasse with 6. Their next game is Wednesday 11/16 at South Central. 

 

November 9

 

Picture retakes are tomorrow (Thursday)!

 

The MS/HS National Honor Society Induction Ceremony will be held tonight at 6:00 p.m. in the atrium. All students that met the requirements to be inducted should have received a letter containing induction information on Monday. 

 

 Key Club members who ordered Butter Braids - they MUST be picked up in Mrs. Rea's room on Thursday during SRT, and they MUST be placed in a freezer no later than 4 PM that same day.  See Mrs. Rea if you have any questions.

 

Freshmen will have their next CCR meeting today during SRT.  Students should report directly to the Media Center.

 

Midterm grade reports are available this Friday. This means we are halfway through this second 9 weeks. You have only 4.5 weeks to get your nine weeks grades where you want them to be.

 

Middle school and high school honor rolls for the 1st 9 weeks are now posted outside the media center and in the atrium.  Congratulations to all of our hard-working students!

 

There will be a quick NHS ceremony run-through during SRT today in the cafeteria. Please check in with your SRT teacher and head down to the cafeteria if you are taking part in the induction ceremony tonight. This means that you are being inducted and/or you are speaking at the ceremony.

 

Honor Society members need to report to the cafeteria at the beginning of SRT this afternoon.  Please report to your SRT class first.

 

The 6th grade boys basketball team played their first game of the season yesterday defeating Wanatah. The Senators were led by Hayden Smith and Max Pierce, scoring 10 points each. Their next game is tonight at Hebron. 

 

November 7

 

 The MS/HS National Honor Society Induction Ceremony will be held on Nov. 9th at 6:00 p.m. in the atrium. All students that met the requirements to be inducted should have received a letter containing induction information on Monday.  

 

Freshmen will have their next CCR meeting on Wednesday during SRT.  Students should report directly to the Media Center.

 

November 4

 

1) The MS/HS National Honor Society Induction Ceremony will be held on Nov. 9th at 6:00 p.m. in the atrium. All students that met the requirements to be inducted should have received a letter containing induction information on Monday.  

 

2) Seniors:  do you need FAFSA help?  November 6th is College Goal Sunday.  Bring your parents and your 2021 tax information to Ivy Tech’s Valpo campus at 2:00 p.m. and get that FAFSA filed!

 

3) Girls middle school volleyball players. Mrs. Leighty needs your volleyball uniforms. A charge will be assessed to your school account if uniforms are not submitted TODAY

 

4) Potential inductees to National Honor Society -you should have received a letter from Mrs. Leighty. Your signed letter and payment is due to Mrs. Leighty TODAY. 

 

5)Those students who helped with Area Spell Bowl set up during SRT yesterday need to see Mr. Atwood as soon as the announcements are over.

 

6) Ms. Billings ELA Academic Team will not meet today. Students on her team will have an assignment in Google Classroom for today.

 

7) Congratulations to Mrs. Earl's  and Ms Billings 1st hour classes on winning the donuts for bringing the most items for Operation Christmas Child

 

8) Congratulations to our new National Honor Society officers! 

President: Gavin Hein 

Vice President: Nicholas Sears 

Secretary: Ava Vogel 

Treasurer: Dylan Scott 

 

November 3

 

 1) Builders Club is collecting gently used winter coats, heavy sweatshirts, snow pants, boots, gloves, hats, and scarves in both adult and kid sizes to donate to First Fruit Gives which serves our families here in Washington Township.  Items can be donated now through November 4 in the bins outside the office or Mrs. Press’s room.  Thank you for helping make this a success.  

 

2) The MS/HS National Honor Society Induction Ceremony will be held on Nov. 9th at 6:00 p.m. in the atrium. All students that met the requirements to be inducted should have received a letter containing induction information on Monday.  

 

3) Seniors:  do you need FAFSA help?  November 6th is College Goal Sunday.  Bring your parents and your 2021 tax information to Ivy Tech’s Valpo campus at 2:00 p.m. and get that FAFSA filed!

 

4) Girls middle school volleyball players. Mrs. Leighty needs your volleyball uniforms. A charge will be assessed to your school account if uniforms are not submitted by Friday.

 

5) National Honor Society members -elections are now taking place. Please cast your ballot for this year's leadership team by Thursday. All current members should be part of the google classroom. If you do not have access, please email Mrs. Leighty.

 

6) Potential inductees to National Honor Society -you should have received a letter from Mrs. Leighty. Your signed letter and payment is due to Mrs. Leighty by Friday. 

 

7)Those students who helped with Area Spell Bowl set up during SRT yesterday need to see Mr. Atwood as soon as the announcements are over.

 

November 2

 

1)  HS Spell Bowl finished 1st in Division 4 at the Area Competition at LaPorte HS last night.  Congrats to the whole team and especially Jason Bunag, who received a near perfect award for his round.  The team will find out later today if they qualify for state. 

 

 2) Builders Club is collecting gently used winter coats, heavy sweatshirts, snow pants, boots, gloves, hats, and scarves in both adult and kid sizes to donate to First Fruit Gives which serves our families here in Washington Township.  Items can be donated now through November 4 in the bins outside the office or Mrs. Press’s room.  Thank you for helping make this a success.  

 

3) The MS/HS National Honor Society Induction Ceremony will be held on Nov. 9th at 6:00 p.m. in the atrium. All students that met the requirements to be inducted should have received a letter containing induction information on Monday.  

 

4) There will be a meeting for all of those students interested in participating in Mock Trial today  at lunch. Grab your lunch and head to Dr. Teixeira's room, N113 for a short informational meeting.

 

5) Seniors:  do you need help filing the FAFSA?  November 6th is College Goal Sunday.  Financial aid professionals will be volunteering their time at 39 locations across the state (including Ivy Tech’s Valpo campus), starting at 2:00 p.m.  Bring your parents and all of your 2021 tax information and get that FAFSA filed!

 

6) Good luck to the Middle School Spell Bowl team in tonight’s area competition.  

 

7) Girls middle school volleyball players. Mrs. Leighty needs your volleyball uniforms. A charge will be assessed to your school account if uniforms are not submitted by Friday.

 

8)  Picture retake day is Nov. 10th. 

 

9) National Honor Society members -elections are now taking place. Please cast your ballot for this year's leadership team by Thursday. All current members should be part of the google classroom. If you do not have access, please email Mrs. Leighty.

 

10) Potential inductees to National Honor Society -you should have received a letter from Mrs. Leighty. Your signed letter and payment is due to Mrs. Leighty by Friday. 

 

11) WT WINTER SPORTS SENIORS (and parents)

Wednesday November 2nd, winter sports seniors will have their senior banner photos taken in the atrium immediately after school!

 

Don't read, but post the announcements below.

I've attached the link with this post. Senior banners are optional to all senior athletes, the cost is $55 for our 2x5 sports banners, all banners must be paid for before they're ordered. If you have any questions please email us [email protected] https://funkhouserfotography.shootproof.com/gallery/sports

 

November 1

 

 Builders Club is collecting gently used winter coats, heavy sweatshirts, snow pants, boots, gloves, hats, and scarves in both adult and kid sizes to donate to First Fruit Gives which serves our families here in Washington Township.  Items can be donated now through November 4 in the bins outside the office or Mrs. Press’s room.  Thank you for helping make this a success.  

 

Students-if you are struggling in a class and are interested in working with a tutor during SRT, please email Mrs. Leighty. Mrs. Leighty may be able to set you up with a National Honor Society student to work with during SRT.

 

The MS/HS National Honor Society Induction Ceremony will be held on Nov. 9th at 6:00 p.m. in the atrium. All students that met the requirements to be inducted should have received a letter containing induction information on Monday.  

 

There will be a meeting for all of those students interested in participating in Mock Trial on Wednesday at lunch. Grab your lunch and head to Dr. Teixeira's room, N113 for a short informational meeting.



Only announce that picture retake day is Nov. 10th. (Please just post the additional information. 

 

 

 

Picture Day is:  November 10, 2022

Order Code is:  69314H

Your link to order is:  https://inter-state.com/FlyerEntry/69314H

 

Above is your picture date, order code & one click link to online ordering for your retake picture day. THIS CODE IS DIFFERENT FROM THE ORIGINAL ORDER CODE.

 Students who ordered a package on original picture day but are choosing to get their picture retaken MUST bring their original picture package with them on retake day. They DO NOT need to place a new order.

October 31

 

 Builders Club is collecting gently used winter coats, heavy sweatshirts, snow pants, boots, gloves, hats, and scarves in both adult and kid sizes to donate to First Fruit Gives which serves our families here in Washington Township.  Items can be donated now through November 4 in the bins outside the office or Mrs. Press’s room.  Thank you for helping make this a success.  

 

Students-if you are struggling in a class and are interested in working with a tutor during SRT, please email Mrs. Leighty. Mrs. Leighty may be able to set you up with a National Honor Society student to work with during SRT. 

 

October 28

 

If big black bats could blow bubbles, how big of bubbles would big black bats blow?

 

Now that we have your attention, here's a reminder to our ghostly ghouls, gargoyles and goblins:  we need to gather at Sunset Hills Park no later than 5:45 PM tonight and/or tomorrow to gleefully giggle at frightening the victims on the Haunted Hayride!  See you there!  Don't be late, or Mrs. Rea will send her zombies after you!  (Say in a dracula voice:  "Ha, ha, ha!!")



Want to join the Fine Arts academic team this year? Send an email to Ms. Watters by Friday to join the Google classroom and be on the team."

 

During lunch each day this week, Student Council will be selling tickets for our Middle School Halloween Dance. The dance will be held next Tuesday from 5:00 to 7:00. Tickets will be on sale for $5.00, and refreshments are included in this price.

 

There will be a MS student council meeting at lunch today in Mrs. Billings room

 

 Builders Club is collecting gently used winter coats, heavy sweatshirts, snow pants, boots, gloves, hats, and scarves in both adult and kid sizes to donate to First Fruit Gives which serves our families here in Washington Township.  Items can be donated now through November 4 in the bins outside the office or Mrs. Press’s room.  Thank you for helping make this a success.  



Hungry for some yummy gummy bears? DECA has some gummy bears in stock that range from $5 to $12 for a 5 pound bag. Stop by Mrs. Earle's room anytime this week to see what is still up for sale. Thank you for your support!



Anyone interested in participating in the Mock Trial this year, please email Dr. Teixeira by Friday, October 28th. We will have a meeting during lunch one day next week. Practices will begin in November.

October 27

 

Want to join the Fine Arts academic team this year? Send an email to Ms. Watters by Friday to join the Google classroom and be on the team."

 

During lunch each day this week, Student Council will be selling tickets for our Middle School Halloween Dance. The dance will be held next Tuesday from 5:00 to 7:00. Tickets will be on sale for $5.00, and refreshments are included in this price.

 

Did you get new winter gear and don’t know what to do with the old?  We have the answer!  Builders Club is collecting gently used winter coats, heavy sweatshirts, snow pants, boots, gloves, hats, and scarves in both adult and kid sizes to donate to First Fruit Gives which serves our families here in Washington Township.  Items can be donated now through November 4 in the bins outside the office or Mrs. Press’s room.  Thank you for helping make this a success.  

 

National Honor Society will partner with Student Council to host Spook Night at the elementary. This is a great opportunity to get some service hours. Spook Night is on Friday. There are still spots open for additional volunteers. If you are interested, please signup today! 

 

Hungry for some yummy gummy bears? DECA has some gummy bears in stock that range from $5 to $12 for a 5 pound bag. Stop by Mrs. Earle's room anytime this week to see what is still up for sale. Thank you for your support!

 

Our EPCSC Blood Drive will be held one week from today!  There are still slots available for donors.  Won't you please sign up and be a life saver? It takes less than an hour, plus you get free snacks!   See the signs around the school or Mrs. Rea for more information on how to sign up!  

 

Anyone interested in participating in Mock Trial this year, please email Dr. Teixeira by Friday, October 28th. We will have a meeting during lunch one day next week. Practices will begin in November.

 

Congratulations to the October Super Senators!

6th-Kylee Campbell and Drake Boettcher

7th-Stephen Cannon and Mackenzie Darnell

8th-Eden VanderWoude and Aliza Merritt

 

October 26

 

Sophomores:  today (Wednesday) is our next CCR meeting during SRT.  You will need your Chromebooks!



During lunch each day this week, Student Council will be selling tickets for our Middle School Halloween Dance. The dance will be held next Tuesday from 5:00 to 7:00. Tickets will be on sale for $5.00, and refreshments are included in this price.

 

If you are interested in joining the High School Math Academic Team, send Mrs. Bell an email stating your interest.  The first practice will be this Wednesday from 2:50-3:50.

 

Did you get new winter gear and don’t know what to do with the old?  We have the answer!  Builders Club is collecting gently used winter coats, heavy sweatshirts, snow pants, boots, gloves, hats, and scarves in both adult and kid sizes to donate to First Fruit Gives which serves our families here in Washington Township.  Items can be donated now through November 4 in the bins outside the office or Mrs. Press’s room.  Thank you for helping make this a success.  

 

National Honor Society will partner with Student Council to host Spook Night at the elementary. This is a great opportunity to get some service hours. Spook Night is on Friday. There are still spots open for additional volunteers. If you are interested, please signup today! 

 

This is a reminder that we have a Student Council Meeting for all members today during lunch. Please bring 2 bags of candy to the meeting. The candy will be used for Spookfest on Friday, October 28th.

 

Hungry for some yummy gummy bears? DECA has some gummy bears in stock that range from $5 to $12 for a 5 pound bag. Stop by Mrs. Earle's room anytime this week to see what is still up for sale. Thank you for your support!

 

Our EPCSC Blood Drive will be held one week from today!  There are still slots available for donors.  Won't you please sign up and be a life saver? It takes less than an hour, plus you get free snacks!   See the signs around the school or Mrs. Rea for more information on how to sign up!  

 

October 25

 

Early release applications are due to Mrs. Symer today!  If you have already submitted an application and meet all of the requirements, your first early release day will be tomorrow.

 

Sophomores will be meeting in the library during SRT on Wednesday.  Mrs. Symer will send your ASVAB score reports via email.  Save that email so you can refer to it in our meeting.  

 

Student Council is collecting items for Operation Christmas Christmas Child.  Compete against other first hour classes for the highest average participation.  Today’s suggested items are for personal care:  tooth brush, comb and bandages.

 

During lunch each day this week, Student Council will be selling tickets for our Middle School Halloween Dance. The dance will be held next Tuesday from 5:00 to 7:00. Tickets will be on sale for $5.00, and refreshments are included in this price.

 

If you are interested in joining the High School Math Academic Team, send Mrs. Bell an email stating your interest.  The first practice will be this Wednesday from 2:50-3:50.

 

 If you met the basic requirements to be inducted into HS National Honor Society, you should have received an email that contains an NHS application. Applications for consideration to be inducted into NHS are due Oct. 28th.

 

Did you get new winter gear and don’t know what to do with the old?  We have the answer!  Builders Club is collecting gently used winter coats, heavy sweatshirts, snow pants, boots, gloves, hats, and scarves in both adult and kid sizes to donate to First Fruit Gives which serves our families here in Washington Township.  Items can be donated now through November 4 in the bins outside the office or Mrs. Press’s room.  Thank you for helping make this a success.  

 

National Honor Society will partner with Student Council to host Spook Night at the elementary. This is a great opportunity to get some service hours. Spook Night is on Friday. There are still spots open for additional volunteers. If you are interested, please signup today! 

 

This is a reminder that we have a Student Council Meeting for all members on Wednesday, October 26th during lunch. Please bring 2 bags of candy to the meeting. The candy will be used for Spookfest on Friday, October 28th.

 

Hungry for some yummy gummy bears? DECA has some gummy bears in stock that range from $5 to $12 for a 5 pound bag. Stop by Mrs. Earle's room anytime this week to see what is still up for sale. Thank you for your support!

October 24

 

Students, please talk to your parents about your school required vaccinations. The Porter County Health Department is hosting a vaccination clinic here at school on Friday, October 28 from 9:30-11:30am. Insurance covers the cost of school required vaccinations, The vaccinations are free to uninsured students. We have consent forms in the office if you'd like one. This is a great time to get caught up on your vaccinations. 

 

The Middle School Halloween After Party Dance will be held on November 1 from 5-7 p.m.  Wear your costume.  Admission is $5 and refreshments are included. 

 

Attention juniors and seniors:  applications for the early release incentive program are now available in the main office.  To qualify for early release, you must have all A’s and B’s for the 1st nine weeks, excellent attendance, and no discipline record for the year.  Applications are due to Mrs. Symer no later than tomorrow….Tuesday, October 25th.

 

Student Council is collecting items for Operation Christmas Christmas Child.  Compete against other first hour classes for the highest average participation.  Today’s suggested items are for personal care:  tooth brush, comb and bandages.

 

During lunch each day this week, Student Council will be selling tickets for our Middle School Halloween Dance. The dance will be held next Tuesday from 5:00 to 7:00. Tickets will be on sale for $5.00, and refreshments are included in this price.

 

October 19

 

Students, please talk to your parents about your school required vaccinations. The Porter County Health Department is hosting a vaccination clinic here at school on Friday, October 28 from 9:30-11:30am. Insurance covers the cost of school required vaccinations, The vaccinations are free to uninsured students. We have consent forms in the office if you'd like one. This is a great time to get caught up on your vaccinations. 

 

The Middle School Halloween After Party Dance will be held on November 1 from 5-7 p.m.  Wear your costume.  Admission is $5 and refreshments are included. 

 

Attention juniors and seniors:  applications for the early release incentive program are now available in the main office.  To qualify for early release, you must have all A’s and B’s for the 1st nine weeks, excellent attendance, and no discipline record for the year.  Applications are due to Mrs. Symer no later than Tuesday, October 25th.

 

This Friday is our first night haunting the Hay Ride trail at Sunset Hills Park.  If you already signed up to help, or if you are interested in helping, please come to Mrs. Rea's room during SRT TODAY to discuss all the details.  It will be a hauntingly fun time - don't miss out!!



If you are a current member of the HS National Honor Society, you should have received an email from Mrs. Leighty to confirm your membership. Please complete the required short form by Oct. 26th. If you didn't receive an email and you are a current member, please email Mrs. Leighty!

 

Student Council is currently collecting present donations for the Operation Christmas Child Project. There are boxes where you can drop off your donations and gifts in each 1st-hour class. There will be a competition between the High School 1st hour classes and Middle School 1st hour classes to see which 1st-hour of each Middle and high can bring the most in by average. Winning High School and Middle school classes will receive donuts. Gift ideas and donations should be targeted for 2-14-year-old boys and girls. Accepted donations include personal care items, clothing, crafts and activities, and toys. Gifts that will not be accepted include Candy, Food, Used or damaged items, war-related items, medicines, vitamins, or toothpaste.

 

October 18

 

Students, please talk to your parents about your school required vaccinations. The Porter County Health Department is hosting a vaccination clinic here at school on Friday, October 28 from 9:30-11:30am. Insurance covers the cost of school required vaccinations, The vaccinations are free to uninsured students. We have consent forms in the office if you'd like one. This is a great time to get caught up on your vaccinations. 

 

The Middle School Halloween After Party Dance will be held on November 1 from 5-7 p.m.  Wear your costume.  Admission is $5 and refreshments are included. 

 

Attention juniors and seniors:  applications for the early release incentive program are now available in the main office.  To qualify for early release, you must have all A’s and B’s for the 1st nine weeks, excellent attendance, and no discipline record for the year.  Applications are due to Mrs. Symer no later than Tuesday, October 25th.

 

This Friday is our first night haunting the Hay Ride trail at Sunset Hills Park.  If you already signed up to help, or if you are interested in helping, please come to Mrs. Rea's room during SRT TODAY to discuss all the details.  It will be a hauntingly fun time - don't miss out!!

 

October 17

 

 Students, please talk to your parents about your school required vaccinations. The Porter County Health Department is hosting a vaccination clinic here at school on Friday, October 28 from 9:30-11:30am. Insurance covers the cost of school required vaccinations, The vaccinations are free to uninsured students. We have consent forms in the office if you'd like one. This is a great time to get caught up on your vaccinations. 

 

The Middle School Halloween After Party Dance will be held on November 1 from 5-7 p.m.  Wear your costume.  Admission is $5 and refreshments are included. 

 

Attention juniors and seniors:  applications for the early release incentive program are now available in the main office.  To qualify for early release, you must have all A’s and B’s for the 1st nine weeks, excellent attendance, and no discipline record for the year.  Applications are due to Mrs. Symer no later than Tuesday, October 25th.

 

This Friday is our first night haunting the Hay Ride trail at Sunset Hills Park.  If you already signed up to help, or if you are interested in helping, please come to Mrs. Rea's room during SRT TODAY to discuss all the details.  It will be a hauntingly fun time - don't miss out!!

 

October 14

 

Hey juniors and seniors (as well as staff members and some sophomores), the Red Cross desperately needs your help!  Actually, they need some of your blood.  Please sign up for our Blood Drive on Wednesday, November 2nd at Heartland Church from 1 - 7 PM.  

 

Students, please talk to your parents about your school required vaccinations. The Porter County Health Department is hosting a vaccination clinic here at school on Friday, October 28 from 9:30-11:30am. Insurance covers the cost of school required vaccinations, The vaccinations are free to uninsured students. We have consent forms in the office if you'd like one. This is a great time to get caught up on your vaccinations. 

 

Today's Operations Christmas Child donation ideas are playdough with plastic cookie cutters. and friendship bracelets.  Remember we are accepting donations Monday, October 17- Friday, October 28th.  Turn your donations into your first hour teacher!

 

The Middle School Halloween After Party Dance will be held on November 1 from 5-7 p.m.  Wear your costume.  Admission is $5 and refreshments are included. 

 

October 13

 

If you are interested in participating in the HS English Academic Team this year, please send Mrs. Leighty an email expressing your interest. Books will be distributed before Fall Break



Hey juniors and seniors (as well as staff members and some sophomores), the Red Cross desperately needs your help!  Actually, they need some of your blood.  Please sign up for our Blood Drive on Wednesday, November 2nd at Heartland Church from 1 - 7 PM.  

 

Students, please talk to your parents about your school required vaccinations. The Porter County Health Department is hosting a vaccination clinic here at school on Friday, October 28 from 9:30-11:30am. Insurance covers the cost of school required vaccinations, The vaccinations are free to uninsured students. We have consent forms in the office if you'd like one. This is a great time to get caught up on your vaccinations. 

 

Monday, October 17th through Friday, October 28th, the Student Council will be collecting donations for Operation Christmas Child. The 1st hour class with the highest average donation will win a sweet treat. Suggested donation lists can be found outside Mrs. Peres and Ms Billings room as well as on the donations boxes.

 

October 12

 

Any high school girl interested in playing basketball this season, coach Godbolt is having a call out meeting TODAY during lunch. Please see him to sign up and pick up important information for the upcoming season.

 

If you are interested in participating in the HS English Academic Team this year, please send Mrs. Leighty an email expressing your interest. Books will be distributed before Fall Break

 

Today is the PSAT for all sophomores and juniors.  

Students should already be in their test sites with 2 pencils and a calculator. 

 

The High School Social Studies Academic Team will have a call out meeting this Wednesday during lunch in the band room. 

 

Hey juniors and seniors (as well as staff members and some sophomores), the Red Cross desperately needs your help!  Actually, they need some of your blood.  Please sign up for our Blood Drive on Wednesday, November 2nd at Heartland Church from 1 - 7 PM.  


High School and Middle School Student Council will be doing an Operational Christmas Child project in order to collect, package, and send gifts to kids around the world. We will be collecting gifts and donations from Monday, October 17th through Friday, October 28th. There will be boxes where you can drop off your donations and gifts in each 1st-hour class. There will be a competition between the High School 1st hour classes and Middle School 1st hour classes to see which 1st-hour of each Middle and high can bring the most in by average. Winning High School and Middle school classes will receive donuts. Gift ideas and donations should be targeted for 2-14-year-old boys and girls. Accepted donations include personal care items, clothing, crafts and activities, and toys. Gifts that will not be accepted include Candy, Food, Used or damaged items, war-related items, medicines, vitamins, or toothpaste. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Peres or Owen Nichols.

 

October 11

 

MS Volleyball Funkhouser sports photos will be right after school TODAY.

Please use the online link:

funkhouserfotography.shootproof.com/sports

 

Any high school girl interested in playing basketball this season, coach Godbolt is having a call out meeting this Wednesday during lunch. Please see him to sign up and pick up important information for the upcoming season.

 

Middle School Students that are planning on being on an Academic Team--you need to have your parents turned in the online parent contract located in Google Classroom TODAY.

 

All sophomores and juniors will take the PSAT tomorrow, October 12th.  

Students should report directly to their test sites in the morning with 2 pencils and a calculator. 

 

The High School Social Studies Academic Team will have a call out meeting this Wednesday during lunch in the band room. 

 

Hey juniors and seniors (as well as staff members and some sophomores), the Red Cross desperately needs your help!  Actually, they need some of your blood.  Please sign up for our Blood Drive on Wednesday, November 2nd at Heartland Church from 1 - 7 PM.  Not only will you help save lives, but you'll help Washington Township retain the prestigious Blood Drive trophy that we currently have in the office.  NO ONE wants to see Kouts or Morgan display the trophy!  If you are 16, you need a parent's permission and Mrs. Rea has the forms.  Just fill them out and bring them to your donation time.  If you are 17 and over, just make an appointment online.  Everyone will need an ID.  Check out the signs posted around the school to get information about signing in.  PLEASE sign up soon, and encourage family members to sign up as well.  Just make sure they sign up on the WTS form when they show up to donate!  


High School and Middle School Student Council will be doing an Operational Christmas Child project in order to collect, package, and send gifts to kids around the world. We will be collecting gifts and donations from Monday, October 17th through Friday, October 28th. There will be boxes where you can drop off your donations and gifts in each 1st-hour class. There will be a competition between the High School 1st hour classes and Middle School 1st hour classes to see which 1st-hour of each Middle and high can bring the most in by average. Winning High School and Middle school classes will receive donuts. Gift ideas and donations should be targeted for 2-14-year-old boys and girls. Accepted donations include personal care items, clothing, crafts and activities, and toys. Gifts that will not be accepted include Candy, Food, Used or damaged items, war-related items, medicines, vitamins, or toothpaste. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Peres or Owen Nichols.

 

October 10

 

MS Volleyball Funkhouser sports photos will be right after school on Tuesday, Oct. 11th.

Please use the online link:

funkhouserfotography.shootproof.com/sports

 

Any high school girl interested in playing basketball this season, coach Godbolt is having a call out meeting this Wednesday during lunch. Please see him to sign up and pick up important information for the upcoming season.

 

Purdue is visiting on Tuesday at 10:15.  Sign up with Mrs. Symer if interested.

 

We had another great race on Saturday. The course was challenging, but the weather was perfect. Maddy Winchip, Abby Vermillion both ran season best times! Gavin Hein ran a course best, Colton Bos ran a season best, and Brandon Peters ran his last race as a senior. Gavin Hein and Brody Mears will continue their season next week at Sunset Hills for the Regional Meet. These boys ran with some of the fastest kids in the state and was able to place as individuals! We are so proud to have them represent us next week!

 

Middle School Students--we need to hear from your parents on the upcoming Student Led Conferences by Tuesday, October 11.  Popcorn on Tuesday for those students whose parents have responded to the online Student Led Conference form.

 

Middle School Students that are planning on being on an Academic Team--you need to have your parents turned in the online parent contract located in Google Classroom by Tuesday, October 11.

 

All sophomores and juniors will take the PSAT on Wednesday, October 12th.  

Students should report directly to their test sites that morning with 2 pencils and a calculator. 

 

The High School Social Studies Academic Team will have a call out meeting this Wednesday during lunch in the band room. 

 

October 7

 

MS Volleyball Funkhouser sports photos will be right after school on Tuesday, Oct. 11th.

Please use the online link:

funkhouserfotography.shootproof.com/sports

 

Students who attend afternoon programs at Wheeler HS will not have classes today.

 

There will be NO middle school girls volleyball practice today.

 

Congratulations to Sierra Richardson, Layla Stokes, Ava Vogel and Emma Howard for being selected to this year's All District Honor Band!  The honor band will perform on Sunday, November 20th at Kankakee Valley High School.  Great job band!

 

Purdue is visiting on Tuesday at 10:15.  Sign up with Mrs. Symer if interested.  

 

Middle School Students--Last chance to get your Sensational Senator Card into the Raffle Bucket located in the office for today's draw for gift certificates from Chick-fil-A, Culver's, Dairy Queen and the Cinemark movie theater in Valparaiso.  Draw takes place today during lunch.

 

Middle School Students--we need to hear from your parents on the upcoming Student Led Conferences by Tuesday, October 11.  Popcorn on Tuesday for those students whose parents have responded to the online Student Led Conference form.

 

Middle School Students that are planning on being on an Academic Team--you need to have your parents turned in the online parent contract located in Google Classroom by Tuesday, October 11.

 

October 6

 

MS XC please remember to turn your uniform into the main office before Friday.

 

MS Volleyball Funkhouser sports photos will be right after school on Tuesday, Oct. 11th.

Please use the online link:

funkhouserfotography.shootproof.com/sports



Students who attend afternoon programs at Wheeler HS will not have classes there on Friday.  

 

The boys soccer team lost 3-2 in overtime against Marquette Catholic last night. Dylan Sickles made 8 saves in goal. Offensively, Owen Gilbert scored, assisted by Camdyn Cantrell and Sammy Malave scored from a beautiful pass by Jason Bunag. 

Players, there will be a brief meeting at the beginning of lunch in Mr. Swann's room. Please come down before you grab food. 

 

October 5

 

MS XC please remember to turn your uniform into the main office before Friday.

 

 

There will be call out for the dance team tonight from 5:30-6:30pm in the Atrium.

 

 

This week’s Ball State visit has been postponed.  Students who signed up will be notified when the visit has been rescheduled.  

 

Tonight, the boys soccer team takes on Marquette Catholic in their sectional semi-final. The game is at 4:30 at Marquette Catholic. The Senators are looking to avenge an early season loss, and to play for their first sectional championship on Saturday. All support is appreciated.

 

October 4

 

 There will be call out for the dance team Wednesday(Oct. 5th) from 5:30-6:30pm in the Atrium.

 

Congratulations to Abby Vermillion, Zach Wehner, Mason Formentti, Emma Gilbert and Kamden McIntosh-Lewin for being selected to this years “All Region” Honor Band!  The honor band will perform on Sunday, November 13 at Portage High School.  Great job band!

 

WTMS will be partnering with Kona Ice of the Dunes for our first Senator Incentive Program activity for the first quarter.  Details will be announced after the First Quarter ends on October 13th.

 

The first Sensational Senator Card draw will be held this Friday, October 7th during lunch.  Get your cards turned in to the draw box in the office if you want a chance at winning the big prizes!

 

 

TONIGHT (10/4)  is the PNW College Fair from 6 to 7:30 pm at the Westville campus.  Students are encouraged to pre-register online.  Details are in your CCR Google Classroom.

 

October 3

 

 There will be call out for the dance team Wednesday(Oct. 5th) from 5:30-6:30pm in the Atrium.

 

WTMS will be partnering with Kona Ice of the Dunes for our first Senator Incentive Program activity for the first quarter.  Details will be announced after the First Quarter ends on October 13th.

 

The first Sensational Senator Card draw will be held this Friday, October 7th during lunch.  Get your cards turned in to the draw box in the office if you want a chance at winning the big prizes!

 

7th and 8th grade boys basketball: Conditioning practice starts tonight from 5:30 to 7 pm.

 

 

The middle school cross country team represented Washington Twp for the first time at the state championship in Terre Haute on Saturday. The boys team was led by Spencer Martin finishing 46th out of 365 runners with a personal best time of 10:40. Olivia Batthauer led the girls team running her best race of the season with a time of 13:30. Congrats to all of our middle school cross country runners on a great season. 

 

The high school cross country team ran in the PCC meet this weekend. Abby Vermillion ran a PR and Maddy Winchip ran a solid race. The boys had 5 compete. Brandon Peters ran a solid last PCC race as a senior! Landon Snider and Colton Bos both ran season best times. Brody Mears and Gavin Hein both received all conference awards for placing in the top 15! To end the day, Gavin Hein was honored with the PCC mental attitude award. This award was well deserved since Gavin not only exhibits mental toughness on the cross country course, but also in his everyday life. These runners will compete in the sectional race next Saturday at New Prairie!

 

Tomorrow is the PNW College Fair from 6 to 7:30 pm at the Westville campus.  Students are encouraged to pre-register online.  Details are in your CCR Google Classroom.  

 

September 30

 

St Francis, Rose Hulman, and Ball State will be visiting next week.  Sign up with Mrs. Symer if interested.

 

Seniors: the FAFSA opens this weekend!  Visit studentaid.gov/ to begin your application.  



Congratulations to the September Super Senators!  

6th Grade-Jody Stump and Lily Kooy

7th Grade-Amelia Fiocca and Landon Burger

8th Grade-Rebecca Martin and Oliver Rodd


 There will be call out for the dance team next Wednesday(Oct. 5th) from 5:30-6:30pm in the Atrium.

 

September 29

 

College reps from the University of St Francis, Rose Hulman, and Ball State will be visiting next week.  Sign up with Mrs. Symer if interested.

 

Seniors: the FAFSA opens this weekend!  Visit studentaid.gov/ to begin your application.  

 

Our middle school cross country team had a fantastic showing at the PCC meet last night. The girls started the night out taking 3rd in the conference. The lady senators were led by Heidi Stump in 2nd place, Jody Stump in 3rd, Rebecca Martin in 21st, Olivia Batthauer in 22nd, Claire Goyette in 23rd, Shayne Artega in 24th and Amilia Fiocca in 25th! We had 13 personal records broken and 4 more ladies qualifying to run in the state meet on Saturday. Our new state qualifiers are Briana Riccard, Alyssa Bognar, Shayne Artega and Rebecca Martin.

 

Our boys then raced and placed 3rd overall in the conference. Our team was led by Spender Martin in 3rd, Willy Wilks in 4th, Aidan Porter in 7th, Braden Kierlis in 22nd, Hunter Krooswyk in 23rd, Aiden Suga in 27th and Carson Bowman in 28th. Our boys had 12 personal records and 1 new state qualifier, Carson Bowman! Please wish our state runners luck for their meet this Saturday in Terre Haute!

 

Congratulations to the September Super Senators!  

6th Grade-Jody Stump and Lily Kooy

7th Grade-Amelia Fiocca and Landon Burger

8th Grade-Rebecca Martin and Oliver Rodd

 

September 27

 

College reps from the University of St Francis, Rose Hulman, and Ball State will be visiting next week.  Sign up with Mrs. Symer if interested.

 

If you are in an afternoon vocational program and you normally ride the bus, please note that there will be NO bus transportation provided on eLearning days.

 

How could we forget Aidan Porter. Correction to yesterday’s middle school cross country announcement: Aidan Porter is also a qualifier for the state meet. Congrats 

 

The boys soccer team defeated Michigan City 6-3 last night. Goals poured in from across the field, scored by Liam Schott, Camdyn Cantrell, Owen Gilbert, Jason Bunag, and two from Sammy Malave. Assists were provided by Michael Spicer, Sammy Malave, Jason Bunag, and two from Owen Gilbert. Dylan Sickles made some great saves, but unfortunately Coach Swann doesn't know how many. 

The team ends the regular season with a 6-7 record. They start Sectional play next week. 

 

September 26

 

Congratulations to the JV Boys volleyball team for winning their PCC this past Saturday!! Great Job guys!!

 

MS Student Council will be selling SMENCILS, smelly pencils in collectible cases.  The price of each Smencil is 1.00. These will continue to be sold during lunch beginning today until supplies run out. 



The Middle School Sensational Senator Card program is in full swing and some students have been receiving cards from teachers for doing the right thing.  A reminder that you may place this card in the raffle bucket located in the office (for big ticket items like restaurant gift certificates, movie theater gift certificates) or use it for a reward given by a teacher as posted in each middle school classroom.  There will be a raffle draw at the end of September.  Also, some students have mentioned that they still have cards given to them from last year.  You have permission to drop those cards in the raffle bucket for the coming raffle draw.



College reps from the University of St Francis, Rose Hulman, and Ball State will be visiting on October 4th and 5th.  Sign up with Mrs. Symer if interested.



Middle School and High School cross country competed at the Culver Invite this weekend.

The Middle School ran a fantastic race! We had 16 runners run their fastest times of the season. The following runners have officially qualified to run in the state meet next Saturday in Terre Haute:

Spencer Martin, Willy Wilks, Braden Kirleis, Hunter Krooswyk, Aiden Suga, Jody Stump, Heidi Stump, Olivia Batthauer, Claire Goyette, and Amelia Fiocca.

Our high school also had a great showing! Our boys were led by Gavin Hein who placed 37th. We also had 3 runners run their fastest times of the season, Brandon Peters, Abby Vermillion, and Maddy Winchip. Our MS will compete in the PCC race this Wednesday in Hebron, followed by our HS on Saturday!

 

Over the weekend, the boys soccer team played in the Winamac Invitational Tournament. They lost 4-0 to Maconaquah, but won 7-1 against Winimac. Tonight, the senators take on Michigan City away. 

 

September 23

 

Any 6th, 7th and 8th grade boy interested  in playing boys basketball, there will be a callout meeting today at lunch with Coach Bowersock.

 

Afternoon programs at Valpo High School, Flint Lake, and the Porter County Career Center will not meet today.



MS Student Council will be selling SMENCILS, smelly pencils in collectible cases.  The price of each Smencil is 1.00. These will continue to be sold during lunch beginning today until supplies run out. 

 

Seniors - next week is College GO! Week.  Many Indiana colleges and universities will be waiving their application fees for 1 week only.  Check the list in your senior Google Classroom.  A new scholarship list has also been posted.



The middle school cross country teams ran well against some big schools at the Viking Invite yesterday. The 6th grade girls took 4th place out of 13, led by Jody Stump who placed 2nd overall. 

The 6th grade boys took 2nd place led by Willy Wilks in 1st, Carson Bowman in 5th, and Bradyn Kirleis in 10th. Aidan Porter took 6th place for 7th grade boys. Heidi Stump placed 5th and Spencer Martin placed 8th in the 8th grade race. Next up is the Culver Invite tomorrow morning for both middle school and high school. Good luck Senators!



The Middle School Sensational Senator Card program is in full swing and some students have been receiving cards from teachers for doing the right thing.  A reminder that you may place this card in the raffle bucket located in the office (for big ticket items like restaurant gift certificates, movie theater gift certificates) or use it for a reward given by a teacher as posted in each middle school classroom.  There will be a raffle draw at the end of September.  Also, some students have mentioned that they still have cards given to them from last year.  You have permission to drop those cards in the raffle bucket for the coming raffle draw.

 

The boys soccer team defeated Covenant Christian 3-1 last night. Sammy Malave scored twice, Owen Gilbert scored and assisted once, and Jason Bunag assisted once as well. Between the sticks, Dylan Sickles made 5 saves. The boys have 3 games in the next 4 days. Congratulations to Michael Spicer, Gavin Kukler, and Marty Bateman for successfully completing the Wall of Flame challenge at Wings Etc. 

 

Players, there is an optional meeting at lunch in Mr. Swann's room. 

 

September 22

 

Any 6th, 7th and 8th grade boy interested  in playing boys basketball, there will be a callout meeting during lunch tomorrow with Coach Bowersock.

 

Afternoon programs at Valpo High School, Flint Lake, and the Porter County Career Center will not meet tomorrow.

 

Hey Key Club Members!  Join us at Valplayso on Sunday, September 25th from 1 - 5 PM for a Mixer with other Key Clubs in our Division!  Plenty of pizza, drinks and exciting games will fill the afternoon!  Look on Classroom for the link to sign up!  Please sign up by today so we know how much food to bring.  Thank you!

 

MS Student Council will be selling SMENCILS, smelly pencils in collectible cases.  The price of each Smencil is 1.00. These will continue to be sold during lunch beginning today until supplies run out. 

 

Seniors - next week is College GO! Week.  Many Indiana colleges and universities will be waiving their application fees for 1 week only.  Check the list in your senior Google Classroom.

 

Congratulations 7th and 9th-grade students.  You get to go to lunch 1 minute early today for winning yesterday's dress up day supporting suicide prevention.  Thank you to everyone who participated. 

 

Tonight at 4:30, the boys soccer team is taking on Covenant Christian. Not only is this the last home game of the season, it's senior night. Come out and support the team, especially seniors Camdyn Cantrell, Michael Spicer, and Sammy Malave. 

 

The girls soccer team won their game last night against River Forest 10-1. Nicole Bunag started the game off strong, scoring in the first thirty seconds, followed by a hat-trick from Sara Sheets and scores from Breanna Flint, Samantha Bunag, Alicia Flores and Josie Whitcomb. Josie had 3 saves in goal. Coach Fleming wants to congratulate you all again on your hard work and give a very special birthday shoutout to Charley Nichols. 

 

September 21

 

Seniors:  remember the financial aid presentation at Morgan tonight.  It’s at 6:00 in the cafeteria.

 

Portage vocational programs will not meet this afternoon.  

 

Afternoon programs at Valpo High School, Flint Lake, and the Porter County Career Center will not meet on Friday.

 

Hey Key Club Members!  Join us at Valplayso on Sunday, September 25th from 1 - 5 PM for a Mixer with other Key Clubs in our Division!  Plenty of pizza, drinks and exciting games will fill the afternoon!  Look on Classroom for the link to sign up!  Please sign up by today so we know how much food to bring.  Thank you!

 

MS Student Council will be selling SMENCILS, smelly pencils in collectible cases.  The price of each Smencil is 1.00. These will continue to be sold during lunch beginning today until supplies run out. 

 

HS boys basketball open gym will be from 5 to 6:30 pm in the Dold Gym.

 

September 20

 

Congratulations to Gunner Casbon and Shepard Scott on being elected DECA President and Vice President!  Speaking of DECA….. Track down any DECA member to purchase yummy Albanese gummies!! They will be selling them until early October.

 

Middle School and High School Students: Student council will be honoring World Suicide Prevention Day next Wednesday. As a way to create hope through action and address this urgent public health issue, we are asking students to wear teal, yellow, and purple TOMORROW. The grade level that participates the most by wearing any combination of these colors will be able to go to lunch one minute early that day!

 

Seniors:  remember the financial aid presentation at Morgan on Wednesday evening (6 p.m.).

 

Students who travel to Portage vocational programs will not have class on Wednesday afternoon.  

 

Students who are in afternoon programs at Valpo High School, Flint Lake, or the Porter County Career Center will not have class on Friday afternoon.

 

Hey Key Club Members!  Join us at Valplayso on Sunday, September 25th from 1 - 5 PM for a Mixer with other Key Clubs in our Division!  Plenty of pizza, drinks and exciting games will fill the afternoon!  Look on Classroom for the link to sign up!  Please sign up by today so we know how much food to bring.  Thank you!

 

MS Student Council will be selling SMENCILS, smelly pencils in collectible cases.  The price of each Smencil is 1.00. These will continue to be sold during lunch beginning today until supplies run out. 

 

September 19

 

Middle School and High School Students: Student council will be honoring World Suicide Prevention Day next Wednesday. As a way to create hope through action and address this urgent public health issue, we are asking students to wear teal, yellow, and purple on Wednesday, 9/21/22. The grade level that participates the most by wearing any combination of these colors will be able to go to lunch one minute early that day!

 

St Mary’s College will visit next week.

 

Lilly applications are due today (Friday) by 3 p.m.

 

On Wednesday, September 21st at 6 PM Morgan Township is hosting a Financial Aid Night for seniors and their parents.  The presentation will be led by INvestEd who will explain ways to maximize free money, the importance of the FAFSA, and how to compare college costs.

 

Hey Key Club Members!  Join us at Valplayso on Sunday, September 25th from 1 - 5 PM for a Mixer with other Key Clubs in our Division!  Plenty of pizza, drinks and exciting games will fill the afternoon!  Look on Classroom for the link to sign up!  Please sign up by Tuesday so we know how much food to bring.  Thank you!

 

Middle School Student Council will be selling SMENCILS, smelly pencils in collectible cases.  The price of each Smencil is 1.00. These will continue to be sold during lunch beginning today until supplies run out. 

 

Seniors-Senior most sign-off sheets are due TODAY. If you won a category, Mrs. Leighty needs your sign-off sheet today! 

 

Attention all Seniors, in the Class of 2023 CCR google classroom a Senior quote submission form has been posted. This form needs to be filled out by this Friday the 23rd. All senior quote submissions are final. If your quote is not approved, you will NOT be given an opportunity to select a new quote. There are no exceptions.

 

Our Varsity XC team competed in the New Prairie Invite on Saturday. They took on 43 teams and Agony hill and dominated both! Gavin Hein and Brody Mears finished in the top 40! Brody Mears, Landon Snider and Abby Vermillion finished with their fastest times of the season. Our Middle School and High School will compete this Saturday at the Culver Invite.

 

September 16

 

Middle School and High School Students: Student council will be honoring World Suicide Prevention Day next Wednesday. As a way to create hope through action and address this urgent public health issue, we are asking students to wear teal, yellow, and purple on Wednesday, 9/21/22. The grade level that participates the most by wearing any combination of these colors will be able to go to lunch one minute early that day!

 

St Mary’s College will visit next week.

 

Lilly applications are due today (Friday) by 3 p.m.

 

On Wednesday, September 21st at 6 PM Morgan Township is hosting a Financial Aid Night for seniors and their parents.  The presentation will be led by INvestEd who will explain ways to maximize free money, the importance of the FAFSA, and how to compare college costs.

 

Hey Key Club Members!  Join us at Valplayso on Sunday, September 25th from 1 - 5 PM for a Mixer with other Key Clubs in our Division!  Plenty of pizza, drinks and exciting games will fill the afternoon!  Look on Classroom for the link to sign up!  Please sign up by Tuesday so we know how much food to bring.  Thank you!

 

Congratulations to the Builders Club Officers!

Co-Presidents-Haleigh Peres and Mary Scott

Vice-President-Lily Kooy

Secretary-Amelia Fiocca

 

School pictures will be distributed today. You will get your picture from your 1st-hour teacher or English teacher. Picture retakes will be held on November 10th.

 

The girls soccer team won their game last night against Marquette 4-1 with scores from Breanna Flint, Sara Sheets and 2 from Alicia Flores. Come support the team and senior Josie Whitcomb tonight as they play VCA here at 4:30. 

 

Middle School Student Council will be selling SMENCILS, smelly pencils in collectible cases.  The price of each Smencil is 1.00. These will continue to be sold during lunch beginning today until supplies run out. 

 

September 15

 

It’s not too late to join DECA. Our second meeting will be Thursday, Sept 15th at lunch. Dues are $25.00 and due at the meeting this week.

 

VU is visiting today (Thursday) at 9 a.m.  St Mary’s College will visit next week.

 

SRT changes will go into effect TODAY for both middle school and high school students.  

Please check Skyward before this afternoon to see if you have a new SRT!

 

Lilly applications are due to Mrs. Symer by 3 p.m. on Friday.

 

 Middle School and High School Students: Student council will be honoring World Suicide Prevention Day next Wednesday. As a way to create hope through action and address this urgent public health issue, we are asking students to wear teal, yellow, and purple on Wednesday, 9/21/22. The grade level that participates the most by wearing any combination of these colors will be able to go to lunch one minute early that day!

 

HS Student Council will be holding its second meeting after school on Wednesday, September 21. If you have not yet joined google classroom this would be an excellent opportunity to do so. We have lots of fun things planned for this year so make sure to attend the meeting.

 

The middle school cross country teams ran well against all of the PCC schools yesterday. The girls team was led by the Stump sisters with Heidi placing 2nd and Jody placing 5th out of nearly 80 runners. They were followed by Olivia Batthauer, Rebecca Martin and Claire Goyette who all ran PRs. The boys team had three runners place in the top 10, led by Spencer Martin in 3rd, Willy Wilks in 5th, and Aidan Porter in 9th. They were followed by Bradyn Kierlis and Hunter Krooswyk. Great job Senators!

 

September 14

 

It’s not too late to join DECA. Our second meeting will be Thursday, Sept 15th at lunch. Dues are $25.00 and due at the meeting this week.

 

All 9th graders, please report to the Media Center for SRT on Wednesday.  This will be our 1st CCR presentation of the year.

 

College visits this week:  IUN, PNW, and VU.  

 

Lilly applications are due to Mrs. Symer by 3 p.m. on Friday.

 

There is a Middle School Builders Club meeting today after school in Mrs. Campbell’s room until 3:20.  

 

All of the miles and hard work the high school cross country team have been putting in showed at their meet yesterday with several personal records or PRs being set. Gavin Hein ran a 17:58, Brody Mears 18:50, and Colton Bos 20:47. Congratulations! Their next meet is 8am Saturday at New Prairie. 

 

The boys soccer team played well at Victory Christian last night, but ultimately lost 3-1. Sammy Malave converted a penalty, while goalie Dylan Sickles made numerous huge saves. 

 

Furthermore, we'd like to congratulate Sammy Malave for being nominated for MaxPreps Indiana High School Athlete of the Week. This award is decided by fan vote, so keep an eye open for the link and help us win it! 



 Next Wednesday is an important day, so listen up. First, and most importantly, September is suicide awareness month. According to the CDC "there were nearly 46,000 deaths by suicide in 2020, making it the 12th-leading cause of death in the United States." On Wednesday, September 21, Student Council will be holding a competition for the grade that wears the most teal, purple, or yellow to recognize suicide awareness. The grade who wears the most teal, purple, or yellow will win the privilege of being able to leave one minute early to lunch. Please participate by wearing your favorite teal, purple, or yellow shirt. Secondly, Student Council will be holding its second meeting after school on Wednesday, September 21. If you have not yet joined google classroom this would be an excellent opportunity to do so. We have lots of fun things planned for this year so make sure to attend the meeting.

 

September 13

 

Middle School Student Council will meet today in Ms. Billings' classroom during lunch.

 

It’s not too late to join DECA. Our second meeting will be Thursday, Sept 15th at lunch. Dues are $25.00 and due at the meeting this week.

 

All 9th graders, please report to the Media Center for SRT on Wednesday.  This will be our 1st CCR presentation of the year.

 

College visits this week:  IUN, PNW, and VU.  

 

Lilly applications are due to Mrs. Symer by 3 p.m. on Friday.

 

There is a Middle School Builders Club meeting on Wednesday after school in Mrs. Campbell’s room until 3:20.  

 

The boys and girls middle school cross country teams did fantastic yesterday, both placing 2nd at the Kankakee Valley meet. The boys were led by Spencer Martin placing 2nd overall, followed by Willy Wilks, Aidan Porter, Hunter Krooswyk and Aiden Suga. The girls were led by Heidi Stump placing 3rd overall, followed by Jody Stump, Olivia Batthauer, Caroline Steele, and Amelia Fiocca. Their next meet is 5pm tomorrow at Hebron.

 

 Next Wednesday is an important day, so listen up. First, and most importantly, September is suicide awareness month. According to the CDC "there were nearly 46,000 deaths by suicide in 2020, making it the 12th-leading cause of death in the United States." On Wednesday, September 21, Student Council will be holding a competition for the grade that wears the most teal, purple, or yellow to recognize suicide awareness. The grade who wears the most teal, purple, or yellow will win the privilege of being able to leave one minute early to lunch. Please participate by wearing your favorite teal, purple, or yellow shirt. Secondly, Student Council will be holding its second meeting after school on Wednesday, September 21. If you have not yet joined google classroom this would be an excellent opportunity to do so. We have lots of fun things planned for this year so make sure to attend the meeting.

 

The boys soccer team takes on rivals Victory Christian Academy across the cornfield tonight at 4:30. Come out and support the Senators in the closest possible away game. Players, there is a meeting in Mr. Swann's room at lunch. 

 

September 12

 

Middle school and high school students: some of your SRTs will be changing on THURSDAY based on current grades.  Please continue in your current SRTs until then.

 

Speaking of SRT, all 9th grade students need to report to the Media Center for SRT on Wednesday.  This will be our 1st CCR (College & Career Readiness) presentation of the year.

 

College visits this week:  IUN, PNW, and VU.  Sign up with Mrs. Symer if interested.  

 

Seniors applying for the Lilly Scholarship:  all applications, including letters of recommendation, are due to Mrs. Symer by 3 p.m. on Friday.

 

Open gym will be tonight from 5:30 to 7:00pm in the DOLD gym.

 

September 9

 

High school students: some of your SRTs will be changing based on your current grades.  The new SRT placements will start on Monday.  Please go to your regular SRT today, even if you see a different  one listed in Skyward.  



Good luck to the High School Senator Marching Band as they participate in tomorrow's Valparaiso Popcorn Festival.  The parade starts at 10am. Come out and support the band!

 

The boys soccer team beat Westville 11 to 0 last night. Sammy Malave scored 5 and assisted 4. Owen Gilbert scored 4 and assisted one. Gavin Kukler provided 2 assists. And seniors Michael Spicer and Camden Cantrell each had 1 goal and 1 assist. The boys play rivals Victory Christian away on Tuesday. 

 

September 8

 

The Manchester and Wabash College visits have been canceled, since we did not have any students signed up.  There’s still time to sign up for IUN, PNW, and VU, who are all visiting next week.

 

Students, you can buy a student pass for only $25. The pass will get you into all home games except for tournaments all year long.

 

DECA members please remember to turn in your $25 dues before September 15th. Our next meeting will be Sept. 15th during lunch in Mrs. Earle’s room.

 

Congratulations to the August Super Senators!

6th Grade-Mary Scott and Willy Wilks

7th Grade-Mason Barker and Addison Peres

8th Grade-Olivia Batthauer and Spencer Martin

 

Girls soccer played Westville last night and won 5-2 with 2 goals from Samantha Bunag, 2 from Bre Flint and 1 from Nichol Bunag” Clair Klinger had 17 saves in goal. 

 

The boys soccer team takes on Westville away at 5 pm today. Again, to clarify, that game is away tonight. Players, there is a meeting in Mr. Swann's room at lunch.

 

September 7

 

Juniors and seniors - remember to sign up with Mrs. Symer for the college rep visits!  

Wabash and Manchester will be here tomorrow (Sept. 8th).  IUN, PNW, and VU are visiting next week.

 

Students, you can buy a student pass for only $25. The pass will get you into all home games except for tournaments all year long.

 

The first middle school volleyball practice will be after school today  from 3:00-4:30. Athletes should meet in the cafeteria after school. Coaches will be present to give additional direction. Athletes should bring athletic clothes.

 

HS Boys Basketball: First basketball workout will be tonight from 5:30 to 7:00 pm in Dold Gym.

 

High School cross country had a great showing at the Kouts invitational last night. Abby Vermillion and Madilyn Winchip both placed in the top 25 and ran their best times. The boys placed 2nd overall and were led by Gavin Hein who placed 2nd. He was followed by Brody Mears in 9th place, Colton Bos in 19th place and Landon Snider in 24th place. 

 

 

The boys soccer team beat Portage Christian 13-0 last night. Goalie Dylan Sickles kept a clean sheet. Offensively, Sammy Malave scored five and assisted once, Owen Gilbert provided 4 goals and 2 assists, Liam Schott scored twice and assisted thrice, Camden Cantrell scored 2, Gavin Kukler assisted 2, and Rory Bond, Josh Millard, and Michael Spicer each assisted once.  The boys play Westville at home on Thursday. 

 

Sept. 6, 2022

 

Juniors and seniors - remember to sign up with Mrs. Symer for the college rep visits!  

Wabash and Manchester will be here September 8th.  IUN, PNW, and VU are visiting on September 13, 14, and 15.  

 

Students, you can buy a student pass for only $25. The pass will get you into all home games except for tournaments all year long.

 

The first middle school volleyball practice will be after school on Wednesday from 3:00-4:30. Athletes should meet in the cafeteria after school. Coaches will be present to give additional direction. Athletes should bring athletic clothes.

 

HS Boys Basketball: First basketball workout will be tomorrow night from 5:30 to 7:00 pm in Dold Gym.

 

Sept. 2, 2022

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors:  College admissions reps will be visiting WT, starting next week with Wabash College on Sept. 8th at 8 a.m. and Manchester University on Sept. 8th at 10 a.m.  See Mrs. Symer if you’d like to meet with either one of these reps.  

 

Senior most voting sheets have been distributed. They are due on Friday. Senior voting sheets can be given to Mrs. Jablonski, Mrs. Leighty, or a yearbook editor. If your vote sheet is not submitted by Friday, your votes will not be counted. 

 

Students, you can buy a student pass for only $25. The pass will get you into all home games except for tournaments all year long.

 

Sept. 1, 2022

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors:  College admissions reps will be visiting WT, starting next week with Wabash College on Sept. 8th at 8 a.m. and Manchester University on Sept. 8th at 10 a.m.  See Mrs. Symer if you’d like to meet with either one of these reps.  Wanna see who else is coming? Check out the College Visit Calendar posted in your CCR Google Classroom and in the high school hallway.

 

Senior most voting sheets have been distributed. They are due on Friday. Senior voting sheets can be given to Mrs. Jablonski, Mrs. Leighty, or a yearbook editor. If your vote sheet is not submitted by Friday, your votes will not be counted. 

 

Students, you can buy a student pass for only $25. The pass will get you into all home games except for tournaments all year long.

 

August 31, 2022

 

Don’t you hate it when you hear a song and it sticks in your head?  Let’s see how patient you can be!

A WTS grad, Carissa Little, was seriously injured in an accident recently.  To help the family out, the Builders Club and Key Club are hosting a fun fundraiser TODAY  The song, “It’s A Small World” will keep playing over and over again, in between classes and during lunch, until we reach our goal of $500.  Please bring in donations and take them to the office Or Mrs. Campbell or Mrs. Rea .

 

We would like to congratulate Gavin Hein, Gunnar Casbon, and Porter Hoagland on receiving the College Board's National Rural and Small Town Award. These students received this recognition for their performance on the PSAT, SAT, and AP exams. Great job, boys!

 

High school students interested in robotics club please come to Mrs. Gulbrandsen‘s room today during lunch for an informational callout meeting.

 

Senior most voting sheets have been distributed. They are due on Friday. Senior voting sheets can be given to Mrs. Jablonski, Mrs. Leighty, or a yearbook editor. If your vote sheet is not submitted by Friday, your votes will not be counted. 

 

Seniors-The senior Funkhouser photo will be taken Thursday morning. If you are in morning vocational, you MUST come to school first. If you are not at school, you will not be in the photo. This picture will NOT be retaken. Please look at past senior whole group photos to get ideas on what entire to wear. Photos are displayed in Mrs. Jablonski's room. Picture order information is on the CCR google classroom. 

 

Middle School girls that are interested in playing middle school volleyball please grab an interest form from the front office. Complete the form and give it back to Mrs. Barkas in the front office by Wednesday of this week!

 

The High school Student Council's will have it’s 1st Meeting today after school until 3:30.

 

August 30, 2022

 

Attention all student council members, voting for student council officers is open  until 3 p.m, so make sure to vote. 

 

Don’t you hate it when you hear a song and it sticks in your head?  Let’s see how patient you can be!

A WTS grad, Carissa Little, was seriously injured in an accident recently.  To help the family out, the Builders Club and Key Club are hosting a fun fundraiser TOMORROW.  The song, “It’s A Small World” will keep playing over and over again, in between classes and during lunch, until we reach our goal of $500.  Please bring in donations and take them to the office whenever you can’t stand hearing the song played any longer!!  If everyone brings in  just $1, we will reach the goal first thing in the morning.  Thank you in advance for your help and participation!

 

High school students interested in robotics club please come to Mrs. Gulbrandsen‘s room Wednesday during lunch for an informational callout meeting.

 

Senior most voting sheets have been distributed. They are due on Friday. Senior voting sheets can be given to Mrs. Jablonski, Mrs. Leighty, or a yearbook editor. If your vote sheet is not submitted by Friday, your votes will not be counted. 

 

Seniors-The senior Funkhouser photo will be taken Thursday morning. If you are in morning vocational, you MUST come to school first. If you are not at school, you will not be in the photo. This picture will NOT be retaken. Please look at past senior whole group photos to get ideas on what entire to wear. Photos are displayed in Mrs. Jablonski's room. Picture order information is on the CCR google classroom. 

 

Middle School girls that are interested in playing middle school volleyball please grab an interest form from the front office. Complete the form and give it back to Mrs. Barkas in the front office by Wednesday of this week!

 

Middle School Student Council will be meeting today during lunch in Ms. Billings' classroom. 

 

On the last Wednesday of every month, that’s  tomorrow.  The High school Student Council's will have it’s 1st Meeting until 3:30.

 

August 29, 2022

 

Attention all student council members, voting for student council officers is open now until Tuesday at 3 p.m, so make sure to vote. 



Middle School girls that are interested in playing middle school volleyball please grab an interest form from the front office. Complete the form and give it back to Mrs. Barkas in the front office TODAY. 



WT cross country brought home 3 trophies on Saturday. The high school boys placed 2nd at the Morton Invite led by Brody Mears placing 3rd, Marty Bateman 7th, Landon Snider 9th, Colton Bos 10th, and Brandon Peters 19th. Maddy Winchip also competed as the first HS girl cross country runner in several years.        MS girls and boys both placed 2nd at the Dave Walker Invite. Heidi Stump led the girls team placing 3rd, Jody Stump 8th, Amelia Fiocca 19th, Rebecca Martin 20th, and Olivia Batthauer 22nd. Spencer Martin led the boys team placing 4th, Willy Wilks 7th, Aiden Porter 8th, Bradyn Kirleis 19th, and Hunter Krooswyk 31st. Congrats to all WT runners on a successful first meet. 



Don’t you hate it when you hear a song and it sticks in your head?  Let’s see how patient you can be!

A WTS grad, Carissa Little, was seriously injured in an accident recently.  To help the family out, the Builders Club and Key Club are hosting a fun fundraiser next Wednesday, August 31st.  The song, “It’s A Small World” will keep playing over and over again, in between classes and during lunch, until we reach our goal of $500.  Please bring in donations that day and take them to the office whenever you can’t stand hearing the song played any longer!!  If everyone brings in  just $1, we will reach the goal first thing in the morning.  Thank you in advance for your help and participation!

 

High school students interested in robotics club please come to Mrs. Gulbrandsen‘s room Wednesday during lunch for an informational callout meeting.

 

August 26, 2022

 

Middle school yearbooks will be distributed Friday during SRT. 

 

Middle School girls that are interested in playing middle school volleyball please grab an interest form from the front office. Complete the form and give it back to Mrs. Barkas in the front office by next Monday. 



Don’t you hate it when you hear a song and it sticks in your head?  Let’s see how patient you can be!

 

A WTS grad, Carissa Little, was seriously injured in an accident recently.  To help the family out, the Builders Club and Key Club are hosting a fun fundraiser next Wednesday, August 31st.  The song, “It’s A Small World” will keep playing over and over again, in between classes and during lunch, until we reach our goal of $500.  Please bring in donations that day and take them to the office whenever you can’t stand hearing the song played any longer!!  If everyone brings in  just $1, we will reach the goal first thing in the morning.  Thank you in advance for your help and participation!



 There will be a FFA call out meeting during SRT TODAY at the Morgan Township Agriculture Building. If you have an interest in participating in FFA or learning more about what FFA has to offer, please attend! Please communicate with Mr. Stoner/Mrs. Lipinski about leaving SRT to go to Morgan for the meeting. If you can't make it, email Miss Rachel Stoner for more information about FFA. 

 

The boys soccer team took on Boone Grove last night. In the first half, the Senators played the best soccer program in the PCC off the field with hard-work and defensive grit. While the team eventually lost 4 to 0, it was nonetheless a fantastic performance. Goalie Dylan Sickles played like a man possessed, making 16 saves on the night.



 Graphic Design and Imaging programs at PHS will NOT meet today, Friday 8/26/2022.

 

August 25, 2022

 

Middle school yearbooks will be distributed Friday during SRT. 

 

Middle School girls that are interested in playing middle school volleyball please grab an interest form from the front office. Complete the form and give it back to Mrs. Barkas in the front office by next Monday. 



Don’t you hate it when you hear a song and it sticks in your head?  Let’s see how patient you can be!

 

A WTS grad, Carissa Little, was seriously injured in an accident recently.  To help the family out, the Builders Club and Key Club are hosting a fun fundraiser next Wednesday, August 31st.  The song, “It’s A Small World” will keep playing over and over again, in between classes and during lunch, until we reach our goal of $500.  Please bring in donations that day and take them to the office whenever you can’t stand hearing the song played any longer!!  If everyone brings in  just $1, we will reach the goal first thing in the morning.  Thank you in advance for your help and participation!



The boys soccer team has a home showdown with Boone Grove at 4:30 pm today. Come out and support the Senators!    Players, please meet in Mr. Swann's room for lunch. 

 

There will be a FFA call out meeting during SRT on Friday, August 26th at the Morgan Township Agriculture Building. If you have an interest in participating in FFA or learning more about what FFA has to offer, please attend! Please communicate with Mr. Stoner/Mrs. Lipinski about leaving SRT to go to Morgan for the meeting. If you can't make it, email Miss Rachel Stoner for more information about FFA.

 

August 24, 2022

 

There will be a DECA call out meeting during lunch today  in Mrs. Earle’s  room.  You do NOT have to be enrolled in a business class to participate in the club.

 

Middle school yearbooks will be distributed Friday during SRT. 

 

Middle School girls that are interested in playing middle school volleyball please grab an interest form from the front office. Complete the form and give it back to Mrs. Barkas in the front office by next Monday. 

 

Seniors-The whole group Funkhouser senior class photo will be taken next Thursday at the beginning of the school day. More information to come. 



The boys soccer team lost to Marquette Catholic 1-0 last night. The Senators fought hard and played well in their second match in as many days. Their next game is Thursday at home against Boone Grove

 

 Girls basketball is having a callout meeting today during lunch hour. Any 7th grade, 8th grade, or high school girl interested in playing basketball, coach Godbolt will have the schedules for the pre-season basketball workouts.

 

August 23, 2022

 

There will be a DECA call out meeting during lunch on Wednesday August 24th in Mrs. Earle’s  room.  You do NOT have to be enrolled in a business class to participate in the club. Our state competition is in Indy in March and the national competition is in Disney World in Orlando Fl. this year. Bring your lunch and come get more information.

 

In the baby picture senior competition...Mrs. Jablonski's 1st-hour class is currently in the lead with a total of 8 baby picture submissions. 

 

Middle school yearbooks will be distributed Friday during SRT. 

 

There will be a soils judging contest at 6:50AM at the agriculture building at Morgan Township on Tuesday, August 23rd. If you are interested in participating, please attend. If you aren't able to make it, please email Miss Rachel Stoner. 

 

Middle school Student Council will meet today during lunch. Please bring your lunch to Ms. Billings class if you are a member or would like to become a member of Student council this year.

 

Today is picture day! Seniors-please remember this is your official senior picture. Smile big! Vocational students do NOT leave for vocational until you have had your photo taken. 

 

Middle School girls that are interested in playing middle school volleyball please grab an interest form from the front office. Complete the form and give it back to Mrs. Barkas in the front office by next Monday. 

 

In the baby photo competition, Mrs. Jablonski's 2nd hour class is still in the lead. 

 

Seniors-The whole group Funkhouser senior class photo will be taken next Thursday at the beginning of the school day. More information to come. 

 

The girls soccer team won their first game last night playing Morton High School. Nichole Bunag and Sara Sheets each scored a goal and Samantha Bunag scored a goal and penalty kick for a final score of 4:3. Congrats ladies! They play again tomorrow against Morgan Township at 4:30

 

Last night, the boys soccer team beat Hebron 9-0. Michael Spicer scored and assisted, Owen Gilbert and Liam Schott had two goals each, and Sammy Malave scored 3 while providing 3 assists. The Senators next game is tonight vs. Marquette Catholic.

 

 Girls basketball is having a callout meeting Wednesday during lunch hour. Any 7th grade, 8th grade, or high school girl interested in playing basketball, coach Godbolt will have the schedules for the pre-season basketball workouts.

 

August 22, 2022

 

Pick up your Parking permits in the main office  TODAY. We will start parking in our spots on Monday Aug. 22.

 

There will be a DECA call out meeting during lunch on Wednesday August 24th in Mrs. Earle’s  room.  You do NOT have to be enrolled in a business class to participate in the club. Our state competition is in Indy in March and the national competition is in Disney World in Orlando Fl. this year. Bring your lunch and come get more information.

 

All students taking the ASVAB this morning should already be in their test sites at this time.  If you are unsure where to go, please check your email.

 

Mrs. Wade is going to offer an after school high school choir for students in grades 9-12 that are unable to take choir during the first period.  High school choir will be offered for 1 credit on Wednesdays after school from 2:45-3:30 PM beginning next Wednesday, August 24th.  See or email Mrs. Symer to add to your schedule and for more specific information, or email Mrs. Wade.

 

In the baby picture senior competition...Mrs. Jablonski's 1st-hour class is currently in the lead with a total of 8 baby picture submissions. 

 

Middle school yearbooks will be distributed Friday during SRT. 

 

There will be a soils judging contest at 6:50AM at the agriculture building at Morgan Township on Tuesday, August 23rd. If you are interested in participating, please attend. If you aren't able to make it, please email Miss Rachel Stoner. 

 

In the senior baby picture competition, Mrs. Jablonski's 1st-hour class is still in the lead with 12 baby photos. Mrs. Jablonski's 6th-hour class is close behind! Hurry and turn in those photos! 

 

Picture day is tomorrow! Come dressed to impress! Seniors, please remember this is your ONLY senior photo opportunity. 

 

the girls soccer team played a hard fought game against North White on Saturday and lost 2:1 ending the game three players short.  Their first goal of the season was scored by freshman Breanna Flint. Come support them tonight as they play Hammond here at 5. 

 

The boys soccer team takes on Hebron away tonight at 4:30 pm. Players, please meet in Mr. Swann's room at lunch. If you are in vocational, stop by before you leave. 

 

Middle school Student Council will meet tomorrow (Tuesday) during lunch. Please bring your lunch to Ms. Billings class if you are a member or would like to become a member of Student council this year.

 

August 19, 2022

 

Pick up your Parking permits in the main office  TODAY. We will start parking in our spots on Monday Aug. 22.

 

Any high school student wanting to be a student council officer should plan to attend a meeting today during  lunch, in Mrs. Peres' room.

 

There will be a DECA call out meeting during lunch on Wednesday August 24th in Mrs. Earle’s  room.  You do NOT have to be enrolled in a business class to participate in the club. Our state competition is in Indy in March and the national competition is in Disney World in Orlando Fl. this year. Bring your lunch and come get more information.

 

The Middle School Student Council will have its first meeting today during  lunch.  If you are interested in joining the Student Council this year, please bring your lunch to E107.

 

ALL sophomores and select juniors and seniors will be taking the ASVAB on Monday morning.  

Please check your email for details.  Students taking the test should go directly to their test sites (most of you are in the cafeteria).  You do not need to check in with your first period teacher.  

 

Mrs. Wade is going to offer an after school high school choir for students in grades 9-12 that are unable to take choir during the first period.  High school choir will be offered for 1 credit on Wednesdays after school from 2:45-3:30 PM beginning next Wednesday, August 24th.  See or email Mrs. Symer to add to your schedule and for more specific information, or email Mrs. Wade.

 

In the baby picture senior competition...Mrs. Jablonski's 1st-hour class is currently in the lead with a total of 8 baby picture submissions. 

 

Middle school yearbooks will be distributed Friday during SRT. 

 

The boys soccer team lost 5-1 last night to Morgan. The passing combination between Liam Schott and Sammy Malave that created the senior's goal was undoubtedly superb. The Senators next game is next Monday at Hebron. 

 

August 18, 2022

 

Pick up your Parking permits in the main office. We will start parking in our spots on Aug. 22.

 

Any high school student wanting to be a student council officer should plan to attend a meeting this Friday, during  lunch, in Mrs. Peres' room.

 

There will be a Builders Club callout meeting on Today during lunch in Mrs. Campbell’s room.  Builders Club is the middle school version of Key Club.  Please grab your lunch and come to her room to learn all about Builders Club.  See Mrs. Press or Mrs. Campbell with any questions.  

 

There will be a DECA call out meeting during lunch on Wednesday August 24th in Mrs. Earle’s  room.  You do NOT have to be enrolled in a business class to participate in the club. Our state competition is in Indy in March and the national competition is in Disney World in Orlando Fl. this year. Bring your lunch and come get more information.

 

The Middle School Student Council will have its first meeting this Friday during  lunch.  If you are interested in joining the Student Council this year, please bring your lunch to E107 this Friday. If you have any questions, please direct them to Ms. Billings.

 

The boys soccer team travels to rivals Morgan tonight. Kick-off is at 4:30. It's always a great game against the Cherokees, so turn out and support your Senators for one of their biggest matches this season. 

 

ALL sophomores and select juniors and seniors will be taking the ASVAB on Monday morning.  

Please check your email for details.  Students taking the test should go directly to their test sites (most of you are in the cafeteria).  You do not need to check in with your first period teacher.  

 

Mrs. Wade is going to offer an after school high school choir for students in grades 9-12 that are unable to take choir during the first period.  High school choir will be offered for 1 credit on Wednesdays after school from 2:45-3:30 PM beginning next Wednesday, August 24th.  See or email Mrs. Symer to add to your schedule and for more specific information, or email Mrs. Wade.

 

August 17, 2022

 

Anyone who would like to join our Key Club needs to come to our first Key Club Convo today,  in the Media Center from 2:45 - 4 PM.  

 

Pick up your Parking permits in the main office. We will start parking in our spots on Aug. 22.

 

Attention Seniors: Please submit your baby pictures to Mrs. Leighty via email or give her an actual photo. Photos can also be submitted on the CCR google classroom. 

 

High School Spell Bowl will have a callout meeting today in Mrs. Butler's room @ Lunch today.  Grab your lunch and head down to her room.

 

Any high school student wanting to be a student council officer should plan to attend a meeting this Friday, during  lunch, in Mrs. Peres' room.

 

Middle School Student Council will have its first meeting this Friday during  lunch.  If you are interested in joining Student Council this year, please bring your lunch to E107 this Friday. If you have any questions, please direct them to Ms. Billings.

 

There will be a DECA call out meeting during lunch on Wednesday August 24th in Mrs. Earla room.  You do NOT have to be enrolled in a business class to participate in the club. Our state competition is in Indy in March and the national competition is in Disney World in Orlando Fl. this year. Bring your lunch and come get more information.

 

There will be a Middle School Spell Bowl callout on Wednesday during lunch in Mrs. Campbell’s room.  Please grab your lunch and come to her room and we will discuss practices and how everything works.  See Mrs. Taylor or Mrs. Campbell with any questions. 

 

There will be a Builders Club callout meeting on Thursday during lunch in Mrs. Campbell’s room.  Builders Club is the middle school version of Key Club.  Please grab your lunch and come to her room to learn all about Builders Club.  See Mrs. Press or Mrs. Campbell with any questions.  

 

A reminder to high school students that the middle school hallway is off limits except for the following:

  1. class with Mrs. Alt, Mrs. Tobey, or Mrs. Guth
  2. a classroom aide with a middle school teacher
  3. a locker in the middle school hallway

Consequences will be issued to those who continue to violate this rule.

 

August 16, 2022

 

Anyone who would like to join our Key Club needs to come to our first Key Club Convo on Wednesday,  August 17th in the Media Center from 2:45 - 4 PM.  

 

Pick up your Parking permits in the main office. We will start parking in our spots on Aug. 22.

 

Attention Seniors: Please submit your baby pictures to Mrs. Leighty via email or give her an actual photo. Photos can also be submitted on the CCR google classroom. 

 

High School Spell Bowl will have a callout on Wednesday in Mrs. Butler's room.  There will be word lists available if you do not have one yet, and we will be discussing practice schedules and meets. Hope to see you there!

 

There will be a Middle School Spell Bowl callout on Wednesday during lunch in Mrs. Campbell’s room.  Please grab your lunch and come to her room and we will discuss practices and how everything works.  See Mrs. Taylor or Mrs. Campbell with any questions. 

 

There will be a Builders Club callout meeting on Thursday during lunch in Mrs. Campbell’s room.  Builders Club is the middle school version of Key Club.  Please grab your lunch and come to her room to learn all about Builders Club.  See Mrs. Press or Mrs. Campbell with any questions.  

 

Boys soccer played Wheeler away last night and lost 4 to 2. Sammy Malave converted a penalty kick, and Jason Bunag scored in addition to receiving a yellow card for his hard-work on defense. Goalie Dylan Sickles made 9 saves. The boys head to Morgan for a rivalry game on Thursday. 

 

A reminder to high school students that the middle school hallway is off limits except for the following:

  1. class with Mrs. Alt, Mrs. Tobey, or Mrs. Guth
  2. a classroom aide with a middle school teacher
  3. a locker in the middle school hallway

 

Consequences will be issued to those who continue to violate this rule.

 

August 15, 2022

 

Anyone who would like to join our Key Club needs to come to our first Key Club Convo on Wednesday,  August 17th in the Media Center from 2:45 - 4 PM.  We have lots of news to share with you, plus we'll be doing a couple of service projects to start you with earning hours! 



Pick up your Parking permits in the main office. We will start parking in our spots on Aug. 22.



Key Club Members, please sign up to help at the Valpo Night Ride.  All the information is on Google Classroom.  The event will be next Saturday, August 20th, so sign up quickly!

 

To help our buses have easy access to the bus barn, we are asking that everyone park on the north side of the bus barn when attending soccer practices and games. 

 

High School Spell Bowl will have a callout on Wednesday in Mrs. Butler's room.  There will be word lists available if you do not have one yet, and we will be discussing practice schedules and meets. Hope to see you there!

 

The boys soccer team defeated John Glenn last night 5-4 in their preseason scrimmage. Josh Millard and Liam Schott each provided one assist. Camdyn Cantrell scored a 30-yard beauty. Owen Gilbert found the back of the net twice, and senior Sammy Malave scored and assisted once. Dylan Sickles made 6 saves, had one assist, and unbelievably scored a goal from nearly 100 yards away. The Senators take on Wheeler next Monday for their first game of the season. 

 

August 12, 2022

 

Anyone who would like to join our Key Club needs to come to our first Key Club Convo on Wednesday,  August 17th in the Media Center from 2:45 - 4 PM.  We have lots of news to share with you, plus we'll be doing a couple of service projects to start you with earning hours! 



Pick up your Parking permits in the main office. We will start parking in our spots on Aug. 22.

 

We want to  thank the Washington Maintenance/Custodial crew for helping set up and tear down for the all school meeting on 08/08/2022 

 

Key Club Members, please sign up to help at the Valpo Night Ride.  All the information is on Google Classroom.  The event will be next Saturday, August 20th, so sign up quickly!

 

To help our buses have easy access to the bus barn, we are asking that everyone park on the north side of the bus barn when attending soccer practices and games. 

 

High School Spell Bowl will have a callout on Wednesday in Mrs. Butler's room.  There will be word lists available if you do not have one yet, and we will be discussing practice schedules and meets. Hope to see you there!

 

The boys soccer team defeated John Glenn last night 5-4 in their preseason scrimmage. Josh Millard and Liam Schott each provided one assist. Camdyn Cantrell scored a 30-yard beauty. Owen Gilbert found the back of the net twice, and senior Sammy Malave scored and assisted once. Dylan Sickles made 6 saves, had one assist, and unbelievably scored a goal from nearly 100 yards away. The Senators take on Wheeler next Monday for their first game of the season. 

 

August 11, 2022

 

Anyone who would like to join our Key Club needs to come to our first Key Club Convo on Wednesday,  August 17th in the Media Center from 2:45 - 4 PM.  We have lots of news to share with you, plus we'll be doing a couple of service projects to start you with earning hours! 

 

Our Key Club has been busy this summer volunteering at several events, and believe me when I say that we are just getting started!  The Valpo Night Ride and Bike Bash is taking place on Saturday, August 20th.  Please check out our Google Classroom for more information.  We'll need lots of help for the Popcorn Fest, too! j See the signs outside of Mrs. Rea's room for the Key Club Classroom Code!



A call-out to join either the Middle School or High School Choirs!!  Mrs. Wade is looking for male and female singers to join the choirs this year.  Middle School Choir is for 7th & 8th graders during 7th hour.  High School Choir meets 1st hour and is for grades 9-12.  Please see Mrs. Symer by Friday, if you are interested in singing in choir.

 

Friday (tomorrow) is the last day for schedule changes!

 

For students who are new to AP or dual credit classes this year, remember that there is a meeting tonight at 6 p.m.(in the cafeteria).  Please bring your parents!

 

Reminder: NO backpacks are allowed during the school day. Leave them in your locker. You cannot take them with you to SRT.

 

Pick up your Parking permits in the main office. We will start parking in our spots on Aug. 22.

 

August 10, 2022

 

Anyone who would like to join our Key Club needs to come to our first Key Club Convo on Tuesday, August 16th in the Media Center from 2:45 - 4 PM.  We have lots of news to share with you, plus we'll be doing a couple of service projects to start you with earning hours! 


Our Key Club has been busy this summer volunteering at several events, and believe me when I say that we are just getting started!  The Valpo Night Ride and Bike Bash is taking place on Saturday, August 20th.  Please check out our Google Classroom for more information.  We'll need lots of help for the Popcorn Fest, too! j See the signs outside of Mrs. Rea's room for the Key Club Classroom Code!