DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / NOVEMBER 20, 2018

posted by Catherine Faulconer   [ updated ]

Attention Seniors: New scholarships have been added to the school’s website under the school counseling scholarship section:
  • The 2019 Joseph P. Crouch Memorial Scholarship. This $1,000 scholarship may be used towards tuition or related fees and is based on merit and citizenship. In order to apply you must become a member of the Central Virginia Federal Credit Union by January 1, 2019. Applications are due to HS Guidance no later than April 10th. 
  • The Virginia State Golf Association VIP Scholarship is now open to all seniors who have an interest in golf, are in good academic standing, and have been domiciled in Virginia since September 1, 2018. Awards given for 2018 ranged from $1,500-7,000. Completed applications may be mailed or submitted online. The application deadline is Wednesday, February 20, 2019.

For more information on these and other scholarships please see Mrs. Faulconer in the HS Guidance Office.

 

Attention 10th graders who plan to apply to the Early College Program, the STEM Academy or the Central Virginia Governor’s School: The CVCC Placement test will be given on December 4th and 5th. This test is required for entry into any of these programs. In addition, students who would like to attend the tech center next year and take Computer Repair, Computer Networking, or Advanced Drawing and Design are also required to take this test. Sign up in the Guidance Office by November 30th. See Mrs. Dalton if you want to see if you qualify for any of the programs mentioned in this announcement.

Yearbook and Senior Ads: Be sure to get your 2019 General yearbook for $50.00 See Mrs. Shields to purchase. Also, Senior Ads are due December 3rd. See Mrs. Shields to purchase your ad. Mrs. Shields will provide direction as to submitting your layout info and pictures.

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / NOVEMBER 12, 2018

posted Nov 12, 2018, 12:03 PM by Catherine Faulconer

There is a pep-band interest meeting for those that are able to attend tomorrow. Please know that you don’t have to be in band class to be in pep-band. Tomorrow’s meeting will be a 10-minute information session and will give you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have. If you are unable to attend the meeting don’t worry, there will be information flyers going up around school throughout the week. Please see Mr. Elder if you have any questions.

 

Happy Veteran’s Day! We would like to say a special thank you to the following members of our faculty/staff for their past/present service to our country: Mrs. Nuckols, Ms. Robson, Mr. Tune and Mr. Wilson. Thank you for your service!!

 

Any girls in grades 7 & 8 who are interested in playing JVB Basketball our first practice will be held on Monday, November 12th at 6:00 pm in the MS Gym. You must have a physical to participate.

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Mary Baldwin University will be at WC on Thursday, November 15th at 10:30 am. Sign up in Guidance by November 14th if you plan to attend this meeting.

 

A meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 14th during I/E in the auditorium for all girls in grades 8-12 who are interested in playing softball this spring.

 

All seniors need to vote on a senior shirt design before Wednesday, November 14th. The link can be found on the senior Google Classroom.

 

This week is Virginia College Application Week. All seniors will be encouraged to apply to at least one college or trade school. In addition, we want the whole building to get into the college spirit so here are some events which all students may participate:

Monday begins the teacher door decorating contest. Teachers will be decorating the doors according to the college they attended.

Tuesday is College attire day. Middle and High School students along with faculty are encouraged to wear college clothing such as t-shirts to show support of higher education.

Wednesday is Dress for Success Day. All students in the building are encouraged to wear clothing that could be worn to a college or job interview. Dress your best!!

Thursday is door decorating voting day. Seniors in Government classes will be voting on which teachers have the best doors. The winning teacher will win a $15 Target gift card.

Friday will be the last day that we count how many seniors completed college applications.

We’re looking forward to a great week!!

 

 Yearbook and Senior Ads: Be sure to get your 2019 General yearbook for $50.00 See Mrs. Shields to purchase. Also, Senior Ads are due December 3rd. See Mrs. Shields to purchase your ad. Mrs. Shields will provide direction as to submitting your layout info and pictures.

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / NOVEMBER 9, 2018

posted Nov 9, 2018, 6:20 AM by Catherine Faulconer   [ updated Nov 9, 2018, 6:21 AM ]

Congratulations to Noah Pool for placing 3rd in the FFA Federation Tractor Operation contest at Staunton River yesterday afternoon!!

 

A meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 14th during I/E in the auditorium for all girls in grades 8-12 who are interested in playing softball this spring.

 

All Beta members are reminded to please vote for a service project and t-shirt design.

 

 Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Mary Baldwin University will be at WC on Thursday, November 15th at 10:30 am. Sign up in Guidance by November 14th if you plan to attend this meeting.

 

 Any girls in grades 7 & 8 who are interested in playing JVB Basketball our first practice will be held on Monday, November 12th at 6:00 pm in the MS Gym. You must have a physical to participate.

 

All seniors need to vote on a senior shirt design before Wednesday, November 14th. The link can be found on the senior Google Classroom.

 

Next week is Virginia College Application Week. All seniors will be encouraged to apply to at least one college or trade school. In addition, we want the whole building to get into the college spirit so here are some events which all students may participate:

Monday begins the teacher door decorating contest. Teachers will be decorating the doors according to the college they attended.

Tuesday is College attire day. Middle and High School students along with faculty are encouraged to wear college clothing such as t-shirts to show support of higher education.

Wednesday is Dress for Success Day. All students in the building are encouraged to wear clothing that could be worn to a college or job interview. Dress your best!!

Thursday is door decorating voting day. Seniors in Government classes will be voting on which teachers have the best doors. The winning teacher will win a $15 Target gift card.

Friday will be the last day that we count how many seniors completed college applications.

We’re looking forward to a great week!!

 

 
Yearbook and Senior Ads: Be sure to get your 2019 General yearbook for $50.00 See Mrs. Shields to purchase. Also, Senior Ads are due December 3rd. See Mrs. Shields to purchase your ad. Mrs. Shields will provide direction as to submitting your layout info and pictures.

 

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / NOVEMBER 5, 2018

posted Nov 5, 2018, 11:44 AM by Catherine Faulconer

Attention Students: The College Night at Heritage HS that originally was scheduled in September has now been rescheduled for November 7th from 6-8 p.m. Unfortunately, we will be unable to provide transportation to this event, but parents and students are welcome to attend on their own. This is a great opportunity for students to spend an evening learning about colleges!

  

Indoor Track: Practice will start on Wednesday, November 7th. Make sure you have a completed physical and bring warm clothes.

 

Yearbook and Senior Ads: Be sure to get your 2019 General yearbook for $50.00 See Mrs. Shields to purchase. Also, Senior Ads are due December 3rd. See Mrs. Shields to purchase your ad. Mrs. Shields will provide direction as to submitting your layout info and pictures.

 

November 5-9th is CCTC’s Spirit Week:

Monday, Nov. 5th – “America Day” – Dress in Red, White and Blue

Tuesday, Nov. 6th – “Election Day” – NO SCHOOL

Wednesday, Nov. 7th – “Professional Day” – Dress like you are going to an interview

Thursday, Nov. 8th – “Tech Center Spirit Day” – Wear Green, Yellow and Black or your                                                                                       CCTC shirt

Friday, Nov. 9th – “Flannel Friday” – Wear your favorite flannel shirt to school

 

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / OCTOBER 30, 2018

posted Oct 30, 2018, 7:53 AM by Catherine Faulconer

Attention Juniors: All class ring balances need to be paid no later than October 31st. The Herff Jones representative will be here on that day to collect any remaining balances.

 

Attention Seniors: The Herff Jones representative will be here on Wednesday, October 31st during lunches in the cafeteria, taking your senior graduation products and cap and gown orders. Please stop by and order your cap and gown. A small deposit is required with your order.

 

Girls Basketball: There will be a meeting for all girls in grades 7-12 interested in playing basketball on Wednesday, Oct. 31st during I/E in the auditorium. If you cannot attend, please see Coach Pritt sometime during the day on Wednesday.

 

Indoor Track: Practice will start on Wednesday, November 7th. Make sure you have a completed physical and bring warm clothes.

 

Yearbook and Senior Ads: Be sure to get your 2019 General yearbook for $50.00 See Mrs. Shields to purchase. Also, Senior Ads are due December 3rd. See Mrs. Shields to purchase your ad. Mrs. Shields will provide direction as to submitting your layout info and pictures.

  

Attention Students: The College Night at Heritage HS that originally was scheduled in September has now been rescheduled for November 7th from 6-8 p.m. Unfortunately, we will be unable to provide transportation to this event, but parents and students are welcome to attend on their own. This is a great opportunity for students to spend an evening learning about colleges!

 

Attention 10th and 11th graders: Applications are available in guidance for the summer 2019 Governor’s School programs. Programs are offered in the Performing and Visual Arts, Agriculture, Academics and Foreign Language. These programs are residential programs where you live on a college campus for approximately 4 weeks. The application process is competitive and extensive. You must be a strong student academically and some programs require that you test into a gifted program., such as Odyssey, during your school years. Testing is available for student who have not tested for a gifted program before. Please see Mrs. Dalton if you are interested in learning more about one of these programs or to request an application.

 

Attention Seniors: New scholarships have been added to the school's website under the school counseling scholarship section:

The National Beta Scholarship Program will award over 250 scholarships, ranging in value from $1000-15,000 to deserving Senior Beta members. All 12th grade Beta members are invited to apply. The application opens on November 1st and the deadline to apply is January 24, 2019. *Members MUST be registered with the National Office by November 1st of their senior year in order to apply.

For more information on these and other scholarships please see Mrs. Faulconer in the HS Guidance Office.

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / OCTOBER 29, 2018

posted Oct 29, 2018, 8:29 AM by Catherine Faulconer

Softball workouts will be held on Tuesday and Thursday of this week (Oct. 30th and Nov. 1st). In order to participate you MUST have a physical. Please have a ride at 4:30 pm.

 

Attention Students: ASVAB Interpretation for those students who took the ASVAB earlier this month will be held on Tuesday, October 3oth at 10:30 am in the Library.

 

Yearbook and Senior Ads: Be sure to get your 2019 General yearbook for $50.00 See Mrs. Shields to purchase. Also, Senior Ads are due December 3rd. See Mrs. Shields to purchase your ad. Mrs. Shields will provide direction as to submitting your layout info and pictures.

 

Attention HS Students: There will be an interest meeting for Forensics during I/E on Tuesday, October 30th .

 

Attention Juniors: All class ring balances need to be paid no later than October 31st. The Herff Jones representative will be here on that day to collect any remaining balances.

 

Attention Seniors: The Herff Jones representative will be here on Wednesday, October 31st during lunches in the cafeteria, taking your senior graduation products and cap and gown orders. Please stop by and order your cap and gown. A small deposit is required with your order.

 

Attention Students: The College Night at Heritage HS that originally was scheduled in September has now been rescheduled for November 7th from 6-8 p.m. Unfortunately, we will be unable to provide transportation to this event, but parents and students are welcome to attend on their own. This is a great opportunity for students to spend an evening learning about colleges!

 

Attention 10th and 11th graders: Applications are available in guidance for the summer 2019 Governor’s School programs. Programs are offered in the Performing and Visual Arts, Agriculture, Academics and Foreign Language. These programs are residential programs where you live on a college campus for approximately 4 weeks. The application process is competitive and extensive. You must be a strong student academically and some programs require that you test into a gifted program., such as Odyssey, during your school years. Testing is available for student who have not tested for a gifted program before. Please see Mrs. Dalton if you are interested in learning more about one of these programs or to request an application.

 

Attention Seniors: New scholarships have been added to the school's website under the school counseling scholarship section:

The National Beta Scholarship Program will award over 250 scholarships, ranging in value from $1000-15,000 to deserving Senior Beta members. All 12th grade Beta members are invited to apply. The application opens on November 1st and the deadline to apply is January 24, 2019. *Members MUST be registered with the National Office by November 1st of their senior year in order to apply.

For more information on these and other scholarships please see Mrs. Faulconer in the HS Guidance Office.

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / OCTOBER 26, 2018

posted Oct 26, 2018, 10:34 AM by Catherine Faulconer

Softball workouts will be held on Tuesday and Thursday of next week (Oct. 30th and Nov. 1st). In order to participate you MUST have a physical. Please have a ride at 4:30 pm.

 

Lifetouch will be here on October 29th to take underclassmen retakes and senior formals for seniors who missed the first two sittings. Re-take envelopes are available in the Main Office. Seniors, please see Mrs. Howard to sign up for your formals.  

 

There will be a Halloween Dance for middle school students after school on Tuesday, October 30th. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased during lunch. In order to attend, you must have a signed permission form and you cannot have an office referral between now and the dance. There will be a costume contest and other surprises. Hope to see you there!!

 

Attention Students: ASVAB Interpretation for those students who took the ASVAB earlier this month will be held on Tuesday, October 3oth at 10:30 am in the Library.

 

Attention Juniors: All class ring balances need to be paid no later than October 31st. The Herff Jones representative will be here on that day to collect any remaining balances.

 

Attention Seniors: The Herff Jones representative will be here on Wednesday, October 31st during lunches in the cafeteria, taking your senior graduation products and cap and gown orders. Please stop by and order your cap and gown. A small deposit is required with your order.

 

Attention Students: The College Night at Heritage HS that originally was scheduled in September has now been rescheduled for November 7th from 6-8 p.m. Unfortunately, we will be unable to provide transportation to this event, but parents and students are welcome to attend on their own. This is a great opportunity for students to spend an evening learning about colleges!

 

Attention 10th and 11th graders: Applications are available in guidance for the summer 2019 Governor’s School programs. Programs are offered in the Performing and Visual Arts, Agriculture, Academics and Foreign Language. These programs are residential programs where you live on a college campus for approximately 4 weeks. The application process is competitive and extensive. You must be a strong student academically and some programs require that you test into a gifted program., such as Odyssey, during your school years. Testing is available for student who have not tested for a gifted program before. Please see Mrs. Dalton if you are interested in learning more about one of these programs or to request an application.

 

Attention Seniors: New scholarships have been added to the school's website under the school counseling scholarship section:

The National Beta Scholarship Program will award over 250 scholarships, ranging in value from $1000-15,000 to deserving Senior Beta members. All 12th grade Beta members are invited to apply. The application opens on November 1st and the deadline to apply is January 24, 2019. *Members MUST be registered with the National Office by November 1st of their senior year in order to apply.

For more information on these and other scholarships please see Mrs. Faulconer in the HS Guidance Office.

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / OCTOBER 25, 2018

posted Oct 25, 2018, 11:56 AM by Catherine Faulconer

Congratulations to the WC Cross-Country team for their performance at yesterdays District Meet. All team members ran their fastest times of the season and Emma Scott earned All-District honors for the third straight year finishing 4th in the girls race. The team will run next week in the Regional Championship at New Market.

 

Attention Seniors: The Herff Jones representative will be here on Wednesday, October 31st during lunches in the cafeteria, taking your senior graduation products and cap and gown orders. Please stop by and order your cap and gown. A small deposit is required with your order.

 

Attention 10th and 11th graders: Applications are available in guidance for the summer 2019 Governor’s School programs. Programs are offered in the Performing and Visual Arts, Agriculture, Academics and Foreign Language. These programs are residential programs where you live on a college campus for approximately 4 weeks. The application process is competitive and extensive. You must be a strong student academically and some programs require that you test into a gifted program., such as Odyssey, during your school years. Testing is available for student who have not tested for a gifted program before. Please see Mrs. Dalton if you are interested in learning more about one of these programs or to request an application.

 

Attention Seniors: New scholarships have been added to the school's website under the school counseling scholarship section:

The Noel C. Taylor Scholar-Athlete Award is now open to all senior athletes/team managers. This scholarship is worth $1000. Applications must be turned in to the counseling office by November 12th.

The Lee-Jackson Educational Foundation Scholarship is now open to all juniors and seniors who plan to attend a 4-year accredited U.S. college/university. Scholarship awards range from $1,000-2,000. The main component of this scholarship is an essay written about Generals Lee and/or Jackson. Applications must be turned in to the counseling office by January 25th.

The 10 Words or Less Scholarship – Do you use Facebook? Do you deserve a $500? In 10 words or less, tell us why you deserve the $500 scholarship. Deadline to apply is January 31st.

For more information on these and other scholarships please see Mrs. Faulconer in the HS Guidance Office.

 

Lifetouch will be here on October 29th to take underclassmen retakes and senior formals for seniors who missed the first two sittings. Re-take envelopes are available in the Main Office. Seniors, please see Mrs. Howard to sign up for your formals.

 

The Red Cross will be holding a blood drive at William Campbell on Wednesday, October 31st. Please see Ms. Robson if you are interested in donating blood and helping to save lives.

 

Attention Juniors: All class ring balances need to be paid no later than October 31st. The Herff Jones representative will be here on that day to collect any remaining balances.

 

There will be a Halloween Dance for middle school students after school on Tuesday, October 30th. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased during lunch. In order to attend, you must have a signed permission form and you cannot have an office referral between now and the dance. There will be a costume contest and other surprises. Hope to see you there!!

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / OCTOBER 24, 2018

posted Oct 24, 2018, 11:49 AM by Catherine Faulconer

Attention 9th graders: Don’t forget to return your field trip permission slips to Ms. Hase by Wednesday, October 24th. You don’t want to miss the trip!!


Attention Baseball Players: Little Caesars orders will be available for pickup on Thursday, October 25th from 3:00-5:00pm in the cafeteria. Please make plans to pick up orders as we do not have space to store them.  

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors: Central Virginia Community College will host an Open House on Thursday, October 25th from 6:00-8:00pm in Merritt Hall on the CVCC campus. This event is open to anyone who wants to know how CVCC can help them take the next step in navigating their future. Please see Mrs. Faulconer in guidance if you have questions.

 

Attention Seniors: The Herff Jones representative will be here on Wednesday, October 31st during lunches in the cafeteria, taking your senior graduation products and cap and gown orders. Please stop by and order your cap and gown. A small deposit is required with your order.

 

Attention 10th and 11th graders: Applications are available in guidance for the summer 2019 Governor’s School programs. Programs are offered in the Performing and Visual Arts, Agriculture, Academics and Foreign Language. These programs are residential programs where you live on a college campus for approximately 4 weeks. The application process is competitive and extensive. You must be a strong student academically and some programs require that you test into a gifted program., such as Odyssey, during your school years. Testing is available for student who have not tested for a gifted program before. Please see Mrs. Dalton if you are interested in learning more about one of these programs or to request an application.

 

Attention Seniors: New scholarships have been added to the school's website under the school counseling scholarship section:

The Noel C. Taylor Scholar-Athlete Award is now open to all senior athletes/team managers. This scholarship is worth $1000. Applications must be turned in to the counseling office by November 12th.

The Lee-Jackson Educational Foundation Scholarship is now open to all juniors and seniors who plan to attend a 4-year accredited U.S. college/university. Scholarship awards range from $1,000-2,000. The main component of this scholarship is an essay written about Generals Lee and/or Jackson. Applications must be turned in to the counseling office by January 25th.

The 10 Words or Less Scholarship – Do you use Facebook? Do you deserve a $500? In 10 words or less, tell us why you deserve the $500 scholarship. Deadline to apply is January 31st.

For more information on these and other scholarships please see Mrs. Faulconer in the HS Guidance Office.

 

Lifetouch will be here on October 29th to take underclassmen retakes and senior formals for seniors who missed the first two sittings. Re-take envelopes are available in the Main Office. Seniors, please see Mrs. Howard to sign up for your formals.

 

The Red Cross will be holding a blood drive at William Campbell on Wednesday, October 31st. Please see Ms. Robson if you are interested in donating blood and helping to save lives.

 

Attention Juniors: All class ring balances need to be paid no later than October 31st. The Herff Jones representative will be here on that day to collect any remaining balances.

 

There will be a Halloween Dance for middle school students after school on Tuesday, October 30th. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased during lunch. In order to attend, you must have a signed permission form and you cannot have an office referral between now and the dance. There will be a costume contest and other surprises. Hope to see you there!!

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / OCTOBER 23, 2018

posted Oct 23, 2018, 5:29 AM by Catherine Faulconer

Attention Baseball Players: Little Caesars orders will be available for pickup on Thursday, October 25th from 3:00-5:00pm in the cafeteria. Please make plans to pick up orders as we do not have space to store them.  

 

Attention 10th and 11th graders: Applications are available in guidance for the summer 2019 Governor’s School programs. Programs are offered in the Performing and Visual Arts, Agriculture, Academics and Foreign Language. These programs are residential programs where you live on a college campus for approximately 4 weeks. The application process is competitive and extensive. You must be a strong student academically and some programs require that you test into a gifted program., such as Odyssey, during your school years. Testing is available for student who have not tested for a gifted program before. Please see Mrs. Dalton if you are interested in learning more about one of these programs or to request an application.

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors: Central Virginia Community College will host an Open House on Thursday, October 25th from 6:00-8:00pm in Merritt Hall on the CVCC campus. This event is open to anyone who wants to know how CVCC can help them take the next step in navigating their future. Please see Mrs. Faulconer in guidance if you have questions.

 

Attention 9th graders: Don’t forget to return your field trip permission slips to Ms. Hase by Wednesday, October 24th. You don’t want to miss the trip!!

  

Attention Seniors: New scholarships have been added to the school's website under the school counseling scholarship section:

The Noel C. Taylor Scholar-Athlete Award is now open to all senior athletes/team managers. This scholarship is worth $1000. Applications must be turned in to the counseling office by November 12th.

The Lee-Jackson Educational Foundation Scholarship is now open to all juniors and seniors who plan to attend a 4-year accredited U.S. college/university. Scholarship awards range from $1,000-2,000. The main component of this scholarship is an essay written about Generals Lee and/or Jackson. Applications must be turned in to the counseling office by January 25th.

The 10 Words or Less Scholarship – Do you use Facebook? Do you deserve a $500? In 10 words or less, tell us why you deserve the $500 scholarship. Deadline to apply is January 31st.

For more information on these and other scholarships please see Mrs. Faulconer in the HS Guidance Office.

 

Lifetouch will be here on October 29th to take underclassmen retakes and senior formals for seniors who missed the first two sittings. Re-take envelopes are available in the Main Office. Seniors, please see Mrs. Howard to sign up for your formals.

 

The Red Cross will be holding a blood drive at William Campbell on Wednesday, October 31st. Please see Ms. Robson if you are interested in donating blood and helping to save lives.

 

Attention Juniors: All class ring balances need to be paid no later than October 31st. The Herff Jones representative will be here on that day to collect any remaining balances.

 

There will be a Halloween Dance for middle school students after school on Tuesday, October 30th. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased during lunch. In order to attend, you must have a signed permission form and you cannot have an office referral between now and the dance. There will be a costume contest and other surprises. Hope to see you there!!

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