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Vote on the Next Book Club Book
Please visit the library website to vote on which book you want to read for the December 9th book club meeting. Be sure to vote by the end of the day on Friday, October 31.
American Legion Oratorical Contest
The American Legion is sponsoring an Oratorical Contest. Eligible students can be in any grade of high school and there are prizes from $400 to $18,000 in scholarship money. Deadline for the oratorical contest (8 - 10 minutes) is Jan. 10, 2015. Please pick up more information in the Guidance Office if interested.
Those NHS members who singed up to help with Capital Senior Living, please stop by Mr. Stockwell's room as soon as possible. Mr. Stockwell can help you get in contact with Capital Senior Living, which is a great way to gain service hours. Please come before November so you can plan ahead. If you have not singed up, but you are interested, feel free to see Mr. Stockwell as well. Thank you.
All Robotics team members MUST go by LEAVITT"s classroom 309 before Friday before lunch or after school for a quick sign up. Any WHHS student who is finished with a fall sport and is interested in joining the robotics team needs to see Leavitt and pick up an application to get started right away.
Poetry Slam Winners
Congratulations to the winners of the Spirit Week Poetry Slam held last night in the Media Center. Third place went to Linda Cortes who received a $10 gift card to Starbuck's; second place to Brianna Byrd with a $15 gift card; and the winner of the $25 grand prize was E'lyjah Smith. Stay tuned for our next Poetry Slam which will take place before Winter Break.
Do you have a lot of creativity? Do you like to write or draw? If so, please submit your work to Mrs. Grieve in room 203 before November 5th for a chance to be featured in the next issue of The Herald.
Greenville County Championship Meet
Congratulations to the Men's and Women's cross country teams for their fine showing at the Greenville County championship meet on Saturday. The Men's team finished 2nd, marking their 18th first or second finish in a row. The top 7 were Alex Spencer, John Ward, Charles Ludlow, Mason Baird, Christopher Ludlow, Brooks Hovis and Hunter Foster. The Lady Generals Varsity finished 3rd. They were led by Marley White, Caroline Trembly, Rebeka Fadgyas, Victoria Nasim, Caroline Zeller, Andreia Wardlaw, and Scout Clark. The JV boy's team finished 2nd in the open race. The top 7 were Bryan Riordan, Lucas Wall, Landon Buff, Alex Kanipe, Ian Hammond, Ryan Dillard and Jacob Babayan. The JV girl's team finished 4th in the open race They were led by Taylor Honaker, Sophie Wall, Stephanie Cano, Zoey Morton, Emily Porter, Joanna Fayonsky, and Ashae McCarroll. Making the All County team for Wade Hampton were Marley White, Caroline Trembly, Alex Spencer, John Ward, Charles Ludlow, and Mason Baird. The next meet is Saturday at the Upper State qualifier at Dorman.
Wade Hampton Spirit Week will take place October 25th through October 31st. For more information about the charity and events, click here http://www.spiritweek.org/
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