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Monday, November 19

posted Nov 19, 2018, 7:40 AM by Barb Laing

Spanish Club: Our annual Salsa Contest is TODAY during seminar!  We hope to see you in room 128 after these announcements. (11/19)

There will be a JOURNALISM CLUB:  Meeting on 11/28 in room 207. (11/28)


Student Services

               

EISD Field Trip: Sophomores and Juniors if you are seriously interested in a Career Prep Program at LCC’s West Campus, please come down to Student Services to sign up. You will need to choose 3 programs of your choice to visit.  The field trip is Dec. 18th 8:30-11. Any questions please see your counselor.

Athletics / Recognitions

 

Congratulations to Ian McEdwards who made this years All State Honors Band. The band will perform at the state music conference.  (11/19).

 

DeWitt Baseball Sign-up in Office:  Please sign-up in the office by Tuesday if you are interested in playing baseball next spring.  Spaghetti Dinner tickets will be disbursed Tuesday after school in the commons. (11/19)

 

Attention Boys interested in Lacrosse: there will be a parent/player meeting for those interested in playing boys lacrosse tonight from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at the Middle School Auditorium.  The focus will be on introduction of staff, high school program goals, and off-season training schedule and activities. (11/19)


The Girls' Swim and Dive Team finished 12th at the MHSAA Championships last weekend.  They set 18 personal records.  Jordan Shipps set school records in the 200 medley relay, and the 100 butterfly. Allison Flannery, Elise Snyder, Jordyn Shipps, Lisette Fenneuff and Monique Jackson earned All-State Honors.(11/19)


Friday, November 16

posted Nov 16, 2018, 9:57 AM by Barb Laing

FCCLA: Officer meetings will be on Mondays and General Membership meetings will be on Fridays. (11/16)


Attention all Sr. NHS members: Please stop down in Mr. Croley's room today after announcements to contribute to a short video for the upcoming induction ceremony. It is very  important that senior members make a personal contribution and make every effort to have their voice represented. Look for Elena Medrano and Corinne Baker upon arriving.


Book Club:Please return Girl on the Train to Mr. B.

- Our next selection is entitled It’s Kind of a Funny Story. See Mr. B so he can order one for you before Thanksgiving Break, the perfect time to curl up with a good book. (11-16)


Spanish Club: Our annual Salsa Contest is Monday in seminar! Make your best salsa at home this weekend and bring it in to share with your friends. Prizes for best salsa and more. We hope to see you there.


ATTENTION! ATTENTION! There is a MANDATORY meeting for all video game club members today, right after school, in Mr. Phillips room. If you are a member or an officer, you must be in attendance. Time to get the Video game club on the map…. Friday…. Mr. Phillips’ room 202….. @ 2:35. (11/16)


Student Services

               

EISD Field Trip: Sophomores and Juniors if you are seriously interested in a Career Prep Program at LCC’s West Campus, please come down to Student Services to sign up. You will need to choose 3 programs of your choice to visit.  The field trip is Dec. 18th 8:30-11. Any questions please see your counselor.

Athletics / Recognitions

 

Congratulations to the Varsity Quiz Bowl for capturing the CAAC League title this fall. Drew Keisling led the league in scoring while captain Kayla Carpenter and Phil Roragen also earned all-conference individual honors.  Our JV teams had strong league performances, too.

 

Attention Boys interested in Lacrosse: there will be a parent/player meeting for those interested in playing boys lacrosse on Monday, November 19 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at the Middle School Auditorium.  The focus will be on introduction of staff, high school program goals, and off-season training schedule and activities.


In Hockey News:  The Athletic Office is proud to announce that DeWitt High School has formed a new hockey co-op with St. Johns, Lansing Catholic, and Mason.  This team is now known as the Capital City Capitals or CC Caps for short. They are making the program’s home debut this Saturday at 8:00 p.m. vs. the Mt. Pleasant Oilers at Suburban Ice in East Lansing.  Go out and support he guys!


Friday, November 9

posted Nov 9, 2018, 7:32 AM by Barb Laing

JOURNALISM CLUB MEMBERS:  Your articles are due 11/12. Please be working on those!  We MEET again 11/12 during seminar in room 207.


Attention all Senior NHS members --Next Wednesday, November 14th there will be a meeting in Mr. Croley's room during Seminar - Please make every effort to attend. (11/12)


Book Club - We have finished Girl on the Train Come for coffee and discussion this Friday (Nov 9th) - 6pm at the Lansing Barnes and Nobles - See Mr. B for questions (11-9).


Artwork from Ms. Schultz’s classes from the first nine weeks will be ready to pick up.  You have until the end of the day today to take artwork home.


FCCLA: There is still time to join FCCLA! Please get your dues in as soon as possible. Officer meetings will be on Mondays and General Membership meetings will be on Fridays.


Spanish Club Meeting today in Seminar in room 128.


Student Services

               

EISD Field Trip: Sophomores and Juniors if you are seriously interested in a Career Prep Program at LCC’s West Campus, please come down to Student Services to sign up. You will need to choose 3 programs of your choice to visit.  The field trip is Dec. 18th 8:30-11. Any questions please see your counselor.

Athletics / Recognitions

 

Attention Senior Student Athletes: if you have committed to continue your athletic career at the collegiate level, please stop into the Athletic Office to sign up for the National Letter of Intent Reception, scheduled to take place on Wednesday, November 14 at 11:00 a.m. in the Media Center.


Attention Boys and Girls interested Bowling: tryouts will take place on Monday at Royal Scot from 3:00-4:30 p.m.  Stop into the Athletic Office if you have questions.

Attention Boys interested in Lacrosse: there will be a parent/player meeting for those interested in playing boys lacrosse on Monday, November 19 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at the Middle School Auditorium.  The focus will be on introduction of staff, high school program goals, and off-season training schedule and activities.


Wednesday, November 7

posted Nov 7, 2018, 7:29 AM by Barb Laing

JOURNALISM CLUB MEMBERS:  Your articles are due 11/12. Please be working on those!  We MEET again 11/12 during seminar in room 207.


Attention all Senior NHS members --Next Wednesday, November 14th there will be a meeting in Mr. Croley's room during Seminar - Please make every effort to attend. (11/12)


Book Club - We have finished Girl on the Train Come for coffee and discussion this Friday (Nov 9th) - 6pm at the Lansing Barnes and Nobles - See Mr. B for questions (11-9).


Congratulations to the Robotics teams - On Saturday the Robotics teams traveled to Webberville for their first tournament of the year. The Freshman did awesome and ended up in 6th out of 29 teams, but lost during tournament play. The Sophomores ended the day after qualification matches being 4-4, but did not make the tournament play. The Seniors did a phenomenal job and ended up making it to the finals, but lost a hard fought match in the end. Even though they did not win the tournament, the judges were so impressed by their robot design and engineering notebook that they took home the Design Award! This qualifies the Senior team for States at MSU in February. Awesome job! The teams travel to Grandville this Saturday for their next competition.


Grease the Musical is happening this weekend! Tickets will be on sale at lunches on Wednesday and Thursday for $12. Get your tickets before they sell out! (11/7)


Artwork from Ms. Schultz’s classes from the first nine weeks will be ready to pick up.  You have until this Friday to take artwork home.


Student Services

                

Scholarship and Essay Contest  - the Greater Lansing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commission is pleased to announce the 2019 High School Scholarship/Essay Contest! All Greater Lansing Area 9th-11th graders are welcome to enter. Stop into Student Services for more information.  The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Luncheon Celebration will be hold on Monday, January 21, 2019 at the Lansing Center.


Attention seniors that are admitted to CMU or plan on applying to CMU, on November 9th during seminar, 2018 DeWitt graduate Lexie Brya will be presenting information on CMU’s Leader Advancement Scholarship.  This is a great opportunity to hear firsthand about a scholarship available to upcoming CMU students. Sign up in Student Services if you wish to attend this presentation.


EISD Field Trip: Sophomores and Juniors if you are seriously interested in a Career Prep Program at LCC’s West Campus, please come down to Student Services to sign up. You will need to choose 3 programs of your choice to visit.  The field trip is Dec. 18th 8:30-11. Any questions please see your counselor.

Athletics / Recognitions

Attention students interested in joining the Bowling Team-There will be a parent meeting for students interested in the High School Bowling team, tonight November 7th at 6:00 p.m in the Herbison Woods Cafeteria.  If you are unable to attend but would like more information please contact Leah Cameron at leahcam75@gmail.com (11/7)

 

Attention Senior Student Athletes: if you have committed to continue your athletic career at the collegiate level, please stop into the Athletic Office to sign up for the National Letter of Intent Reception, scheduled to take place on Wednesday, November 14 at 11:00 a.m. in the Media Center.


The Girls Swim and Dive Team set 20 Personal Records at the Second Shave meet last night.  Jordyn Shipps set a new school record in the 100 Backstroke. The Divers are headed to Grand Rapids Northview tomorrow for the MHSAA Diving Regionals. (11/7)


Monday, November 5

posted Nov 5, 2018, 10:38 AM by Barb Laing

JOURNALISM CLUB MEMBERS:  Your articles are due 11/12. Please be working on those!


Book Club - We need to get your info to update our REMIND APP. So, ALL Book Club members, please see Mr. B. during seminar this week as we are planning to meet soon. (read through 11-9).


Grease the Musical is happening this weekend! Tickets will be on sale at lunches on Wednesday and Thursday for $12. Get your tickets before they sell out! (11/7)


Artwork from Ms. Schultz’s classes from the first nine weeks will be ready to pick up.  You have until this Friday to take artwork home.


Concerned about the divisiveness in American Society today? Interested in building bridges and increasing understanding across groups and political ideologies? Likely to experience hunger at around 6:30pm? Come to the community partnership meeting tonight at 6:30pm tonight, right here at the high school. Bring friends and family! Get fed! Exchange and have fun! That’s at tonight’s DeWitt Community Partnership meeting at 6:30 pm in the media center tonight!


Student Services

                

Scholarship and Essay Contest  - the Greater Lansing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commission is pleased to announce the 2019 High School Scholarship/Essay Contest! All Greater Lansing Area 9th-11th graders are welcome to enter. Stop into Student Services for more information.  The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Luncheon Celebration will be hold on Monday, January 21, 2019 at the Lansing Center.


Attention seniors that are admitted to CMU or plan on applying to CMU, on November 9th during seminar, 2018 DeWitt graduate Lexie Brya will be presenting information on CMU’s Leader Advancement Scholarship.  This is a great opportunity to hear firsthand about a scholarship available to upcoming CMU students. Sign up in Student Services if you wish to attend this presentation.


EISD Field Trip: Sophomores and Juniors if you are seriously interested in a Career Prep Program at LCC’s West Campus, please come down to Student Services to sign up. You will need to choose 3 programs of your choice to visit.  The field trip is Dec. 18th 8:30-11. Any questions please see your counselor.

Athletics / Recognitions

Attention students interested in joining the Bowling Team-There will be a parent meeting for students interested in the High School Bowling team, Wednesday November 7th at 6:00 p.m in the Herbison Woods Cafeteria.  If you are unable to attend but would like more information please contact Leah Cameron at leahcam75@gmail.com (11/7)


Attention to all boys planning to tryout for basketball: Tryouts for JV will take place from 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. in the Herbison Woods gym on Monday, November 5th. The Freshmen tryouts will take place between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. at the Herbison Woods gymnasium. All participants must have a physical on file with Mrs. Boyle to take part in tryouts. (10/31 & 11/2)

 

The Girls’ Swim and Dive Team finished 3rd in the CAAC Blue Division over the weekend.  The girls set 37 Personal Records.  Jordan Shipps set school records in 50 & 100 freestyle events.  Addison Bethard, Allison Flannery, Elise Snyder, Jordyn Shipps, Lisette Fenneuff, Monique Jackson, and Shelby Satkowiak earned All-CAAC honors.

Allison Flannery is the 2018 CAAC Blue Champion in the 100 Backstroke.

Elise Snyder is the 2018 CAAC Blue Champion in 1 Meter Diving.

Jordyn Shipps is the 2018 CAAC Blue Champion in the 50 Freestyle. (11/5)


Congrats! to the Girls Cross Country Team for their 2nd place finish at this past Saturday at the State Cross Country meet. What a GREAT season and a terrific finish. All State Honors go to Ashley Shipps, Sofia Perez and Kaitlyn Hynes.

Rounding out the top seven are Elsa Rusthoven, Grace Hungerford, Delaney Kirinovic, and Grace Sheaffer.

Great Job Ladies! (11/5)


Attention Senior Student Athletes: if you have committed to continue your athletic career at the collegiate level, please stop into the Athletic Office to sign up for the National Letter of Intent Reception, scheduled to take place on Wednesday, November 14 at 11:00 a.m. in the Media Center.


Friday, November 2

posted Nov 2, 2018, 7:36 AM by Barb Laing

BPA Meeting for all competing in JUDGED EVENTS today in the presentation room (11/02)


JOURNALISM CLUB MEMBERS:  Your articles are due 11/12. Please be working on those!


NHS applications are available in the main office all this week.(11/2)


Book Club - Due to the Football game tonight, we will cancel the meeting at Barnes and Nobles. We will set a new date early next week. See Mr. Battaglia if you have questions. (read thru 11-2)


Book Club - Mr. B. would like to see the co-presidents during seminar today.(11-2)


Student Services


Mid-Michigan College is visiting today during seminar.  Sign up in Student Services if you wish to attend.


HOBY Leadership Essay application deadline is Monday, November 5th.


Scholarship and Essay Contest  - the Greater Lansing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commission is pleased to announce the 2019 High School Scholarship/Essay Contest! All Greater Lansing Area 9th-11th graders are welcome to enter. Stop into Student Services for more information.  The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Luncheon Celebration will be hold on Monday, January 21, 2019 at the Lansing Center.

Attention seniors that are admitted to CMU or plan on applying to CMU, on November 9th during seminar, 2018 DeWitt graduate Lexie Brya will be presenting information on CMU’s Leader Advancement Scholarship.  This is a great opportunity to hear firsthand about a scholarship available to upcoming CMU students. Sign up in Student Services if you wish to attend this presentation.



EISD Field Trip: Sophomores and Juniors if you are seriously interested in a Career Prep Program at LCC’s West Campus, please come down to Student Services to sign up. You will need to choose 3 programs of your choice to visit.  The field trip is Dec. 18th 8:30-11. Any questions please see your counselor.

Athletics / Recognitions


Attention to all boys planning to tryout for basketball: Tryouts for JV will take place from 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. in the Herbison Woods gym on Monday, November 5th. The Freshmen tryouts will take place between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. at the Herbison Woods gymnasium. All participants must have a physical on file with Mrs. Boyle to take part in tryouts. (10/31 & 11/2)


If you are interested in playing girls soccer this 2019 season there is a sign up sheet down in the office.  Please sign up by today so we can pass information around. (11/2)


Wednesday, October 31

posted Oct 31, 2018, 9:41 AM by Barb Laing

DeWitt Creativity Group: There will be a meeting during Seminar in Mr. Croley’s room today to discuss a DeWitt Public School District event on diversity. We would like for students to discuss their experiences with diversity at DHS with other community members. (10/31)


Key Club: Key club dues are due TODAY!  Please take your $10 to the main office or Ms. Cotter in room 118 by 3:00pm today. (10/31)


NHS applications are available in the main office all this week.(11/2)


Book Club - we will meet this Friday - November 2nd, at 6:00 at Barnes and Nobles (read thru 11-2)


LINKS- There is a LINKS Halloween Party in Ms. Huff’s room today. If you are in LINKS club or are currently a LINK or have been one in the past, you are welcome to attend.


Student Services


Attention Sophomores -  Sophomores interested in expanding their leadership skills - Student Services selects one student to participate in the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) program.  To be that potential students, please stop into Student Services for an essay application. Application deadline is Monday, November 5th.

Scholarship and Essay Contest  - the Greater Lansing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commission is pleased to announce the 2019 High School Scholarship/Essay Contest! All Greater Lansing Area 9th-11th graders are welcome to enter. Stop into Student Services for more information.  The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Luncheon Celebration will be hold on Monday, January 21, 2019 at the Lansing Center.

Attention seniors that are admitted to CMU or plan on applying to CMU, on November 9th during seminar, 2018 DeWitt graduate Lexie Brya will be presenting information on CMU’s Leader Advancement Scholarship.  This is a great opportunity to hear firsthand about a scholarship available to upcoming CMU students. Sign up in Student Services if you wish to attend this presentation.


EISD Field Trip: Sophomores and Juniors if you are seriously interested in a Career Prep Program at LCC’s West Campus, please come down to Student Services to sign up. You will need to choose 3 programs of your choice to visit.  The field trip is Dec. 18th 8:30-11. Any questions please see your counselor.

Athletics / Recognitions

Attention all girls planning to tryout for basketball on Monday - November 12th: Varsity tryouts will run from 3:00-5:30 at the high school, while JV and Freshman tryouts will be held together at DeWitt Junior High School from 3:00-5:00. Tryouts will run for three days. Players must have a physical on file with Mrs. Boyle in the athletic office in order to participate. (10/29-10/31)


Attention to all boys planning to tryout for basketball: Tryouts for JV will take place from 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. in the Herbison Woods gym on Monday, November 5th. The Freshmen tryouts will take place between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. at the Herbison Woods gymnasium. All participants must have a physical on file with Mrs. Boyle to take part in tryouts. (10/31 & 11/2)


Attention All Softball Players:  There will be a meeting in Coach Nolen’s Room 237 TODAY during Seminar to discuss our Off-Season training program that begins next week.  Make plans to attend. (10/31)


If you are interested in playing girls soccer this 2019 season there is a sign up sheet down in the office.  Please sign up by Friday so we can pass information around. (10/31)


Monday, October 29

posted Oct 29, 2018, 7:41 AM by Barb Laing

DeWitt Creativity Group: There will be a meeting during Seminar in Mr. Croley’s room on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 to discuss a DeWitt Public School District event on diversity. We would like for students to discuss their experiences with diversity at DHS with other community members. (10/31)


Key Club: There is a meeting TODAY after announcements in the presentation center!  Please come if you want to be a member or just want to join the fun of doing good for others!  Important information will be shared as well as signing up for volunteer opportunities. (10/29)


First Nine Weeks Ceramics Class: Don’t forget there is a glaze party in Ms. Schultz’s room after school today until 4:00.  (10/29)


FCCLA: ALL dues need to be turned in by the end of TODAY. Please see MRS. Blake if you have any questions. (10/29)


NHS applications are available in the main office all this week.(11/2)


Reminder today is the BPA blood drive.  Please double check your scheduled time and report to the wrestling room at that time.  


Book Club - we will meet this Friday - November 2nd, at 6:00 at Barnes and Nobles (read thru 11-2)



Student Services


Attention Sophomores -  Sophomores interested in expanding their leadership skills - Student Services selects one student to participate in the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) program.  To be that potential students, please stop into Student Services for an essay application. Application deadline is Monday, November 5th.


Athletics / Recognitions

A huge shout out to the Varsity Quiz Bowl Team. They went undefeated in the CAAC Conference this fall and have earned berths in both the state championship in April and the national championship in May. (10/29)


Any tennis player interested in winter tennis:  There will be a brief informational meeting in Coach Hitchcock’s room 101 after school Tuesday October 30th.  This meeting will only last 10-15 minutes. (10/29)


Attention all girls planning to tryout for basketball on Monday - November 12th: Varsity tryouts will run from 3:00-5:30 at the high school, while JV and Freshman tryouts will be held together at DeWitt Junior High School from 3:00-5:00. Tryouts will run for three days. Players must have a physical on file with Mrs. Boyle in the athletic office in order to participate. (10/29-10/31)


Congrats go out to the Girls Cross Country team for winning the Regional Championship and for qualifying for the State Meet to be held this Saturday at Michigan International Speedway. The Panthers were led by Ashley Shipps, Sofia Perez, Kaitlyn Hynes, Elsa Rusthoven, Elise Snyder, Grace Hungerford and Delaney Kirinovic. Great Job Ladies! (10/29)


Anyone interested in wrestling this year there will be a meeting in Mr. Byars’ room 123. During seminar today. (10/29)


Wednesday, October 24

posted Oct 24, 2018, 10:08 AM by Barb Laing

Key Club:  There will be a new member meeting in the presentation room on Monday, October 29th during Seminar.  Information will be given on running for leadership positions, and planned activities in November: packing “weekend survival kits” for hungry kids, finalizing a “week of giving” for the less fortunate, and reading to kids and helping teachers at Schavey Road School.  We have a lot in the works! Come join the fun and feel good by giving back! Remember...this counts for volunteer hours, too! $10 membership dues must be turned in by Wednesday, October 31. Please turn into the main office or to Ms. Cotter in Mrs. Preston’s room. (10/26)


If you have an OVERDUE library book please either renew or return it. Fines have been added to your account for ALL overdue library books! Please see Mrs. Sheridan if you have any questions. (10/24)


Looking for a scare this weekend? The Renaissance Club, Outdoor Adventure Club and Art Club have teamed up to bring you DHS’s 3rd Annual Haunted Trail. Come out this SATURDAY from 8:00 to 11:00 for some spooky fun. Admission is $3 at the cross country trail.  (10/26)


Book Club: we will meet at Barnes and Nobles in Lansing on Friday, November 2nd at 6pm. We will discuss Girl on the Train and vote on our next book selection.  (10/26)


Japanese club Members:  We will meet during seminar today (Wednesday) in Lab 1 to discuss the Japanese restaurant trip and other upcoming events. (10/24)


Video Game club: Meeting today during Seminar and Right after school..  Any person interested in the video game club, please go to Mr. Phillips room today, either during seminar or after school.  Come to both if you can. (10/24)


DeWitt Creativity Group: There will be a meeting during Seminar in Mr. Croley’s room on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 to discuss a DeWitt Public School District event on diversity. We would like for students to discuss their experiences with diversity at DHS with other community members. (10/24, 10/29, 10/31)



Student Services


Attention Sophomores -  Sophomores interested in expanding their leadership skills - Student Services selects one student to participate in the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) program.  To be that potential students, please stop into Student Services for an essay application. Application deadline is Monday, November 5th.


Friday, October 12

posted Oct 12, 2018, 9:37 AM by Barb Laing

FCCLA:  There will be a meeting TODAY during seminar for all members that are participating in the Halloween Safety presentations. There is also a meeting after school for those teams that need to meet for training. Please see Mrs. Blake if you cannot attend. (10/12)


BPA:  There will be a membership meeting on Monday in the Media Center.  Lots to go over so please plan to be there. (10/15)


DHS JOURNALISM/MAGAZINE CLUB If you’re interested in news or feature writing, join our first-ever Journalism Club. We will produce a digital DHS student-authored magazine!  Join during our first meeting during seminar in room 207 on October 22nd. (10/22)


Grease Stage Crew: Are you interested in being a part of this fall’s production of Grease? We are looking for students to work backstage, on lighting, and on sound. No previous experience is needed! Come to an informational meeting in the Choir room TODAY, following announcements. (10/12)


Book Club: we will meet at Barnes and Nobles in Lansing on Friday Novemeber 2nd at 6pm to discuss Girl on the Train (10-19-18)


D&D Club: Our next official campaign is this coming Wednesday in Mr. Battaglia’s room - room #224 (10-17)


Student Services

Upcoming College Visits to DHS: .  Aquinas College and Central Michigan University are visiting today.  Sign up in Student Services if you plan on attending.

CMU Onsite reminder - Just a reminder to the seniors that signed up for CMU onsite today.  Come to Student Services 5 minutes prior to your appointment time.

Attention Sophomores -  Sophomores interested in expanding their leadership skills - Student Services selects one student to participate in the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) program.  To be that potential students, please stop into Student Services for an essay application. Application deadline is Monday, November 5th.


Athletics / Recognitions


Freshmen & JV Basketball Sign-up: 9th and 10th grade boys planning to try out for the upcoming season need to sign up on a list outside of Mr. Wizner’s classroom, which is room 234. Tryouts begin November 5th.


 

Varsity Tennis:  The Varsity Boys Tennis Team won the Regional Final yesterday. It was a true team effort. This is their first Regional Championship in at least 5 years.  Players on the Varsity Boys Team are: Ryan Smith, Nick Jen, Max Helser, Cooper Sackett, Jarred Kleitch, Bordy Sigmon, Ryan Bangs, Braden Stirrett, Nate Baldwin, Brayden Shaw, Jacob Orth, Zack Freeman, and Charlie Schager.  They will be competing in Novi next Friday and Saturday at the State Finals. Go Panthers!


The Girls' Swim and Dive Team Defeated Okemos last night 94.5 to 90.5.  Abby Gray, Allison Flannery, Amyah Seybert, Elise Snyder, Emily Luebs, Jordyn Shipps, Lisette Fenneuff, Monique Jackson, and Shelby Satkowiak all won first places.  The girls set 12 personal records. (10/12)


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