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March 13, 2020

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March 13, 2020

Happy Friday the 13th!!

Today is also National Good Samaritan Day which recognizes the unselfish actions of those who provide help when needed.

SAT word of the day is woe (woh).  The meaning of woe is great suffering or sorrow; distress.  Example: Homeless people live a life of woe with no home, no money, no place to sleep therefore we can be good Samaritans by helping them.

Quote of the Day: “To help a friend is really good. To help yourself is also really good. To help a stranger is the very best.”  Art Hochberg

STUDENT INFORMATION:

Congratulations to our Quiz Bowl Team of Lauren Phillips, Christians Peirce, and Ashley Olivera-Silva on their win over South Caldwell 100 to 50!

Celebrate Pi Day on Friday with Mu Alpha Theta. Pie your favorite teacher or administrator during lunch. Tickets to attend are being sold during lunches now.  On Friday you will be able to buy 2 pies for $1. Here is a list of who you can pie each lunch.

1st lunch-

Cannon, Siegel, P. Ramsey, and  Boston

Styron, Hosfield, and Pippen

2nd lunch-

Hagan, Hosfield,

Smith, Styron

3rd lunch-

Clark, Hatton student teacher

Styron, Cooper, Hosfield

Read-a-thon will take place in the media center on Early Release Day, March 20th for $5. You will need to pay by Wednesday, March 18. You will do nothing but read. Also during the Read-a-thon, we will be giving prizes away every 15 minutes. Prices include footballs, sling bags, hot –cold cups, young adult coloring books with pencils, lots of candy, wallet-card holders, etc. No phones, food or drink in allowed in the reading area. Read, Read, Read!

Battle of the Books students need to see Mrs. Craven during your lunch or between classes ASAP.

The DECA club and Marketing class have West Caldwell 2020 Decals for sale for $2.00 each or 4 for $7.00 if you and your classmates buy them together.  If interested see Mr. Boston in Room 216 on the Business Hallway.(show decal) 

SENIOR INFORMATION:

Jostens will be here on April 7 and April 21 during all lunches to deliver cap and gowns and other merchandise.  Remaining balances must be paid before picking up the items. Balances may be paid in advance by calling the Jostens office or on the delivery date by cash or money order.  Please contact Jostens at 828-681-1712 with any questions.  

SPORTS:

The West Caldwell men's golf team garnered a very tough, hard fought victory, over West Lincoln and Alexander Central at Lenoir golf Course yesterday afternoon. The Warriors were once again led by Noah Bumgarner who shot an even par, 36.

Hunter Baker had a solid 3 over, 39. And Hammer Pennell also had a big day for the Warriors by shooting a 4 over par, 40.

The final totals were: Warriors 156,  W. Lincoln Rebels 159, Alexander Central 168. Congratulations to the entire team for finding a way to grind out a victory.

 

LUNCH MENU:

Tangerine Chicken

Mini Corn Dogs

Chicken Patty

Pepperoni Pizza

Japanese Carrots

Ranch Cut Potatoes

Peach Cup

Fresh Apple