Daily Announcements / April 1, 2015

posted Apr 1, 2015, 6:26 AM by bmaxey@campbell.k12.va.us   [ updated Apr 13, 2015, 5:47 AM ]

Did you know that April 1st is National One Cent Day?  Well William Campbell is going to make everyone aware of National One Cent Day by celebrating the whole month with a Penny Drive.  All funds collected will go back to your grade level as your class fundraiser for the year.  Monies collected will help pay for field trips, prom and even graduation.  Starting  today, please give your pennies to your English teacher.  The class that raises the most money by the end of April will be treated to a pizza party for lunch.


There will be a senior meeting in the auditorium during third period on Friday, April 3 for all seniors.  Please be prompt.


Attention Juniors and Seniors:  Posted on the display case in the downstairs hallway is the updated prom list.  Please check it for accuracy since changes have been made and let Mrs. Dunn know of any mistakes, additions, or deletions. 


Insurance Professionals of Central Virginia Audrey S. Hudnall & Frank Donald Scrivener Educational Scholarships are available in Guidance. Applicants should be well rounded and show financial need. Two letters of recommendation and an essay are required.  Deadline to return application to Guidance is April 22nd.


Seniors:  The sign-up sheet for the senior banquet is posted on Mr. Marano’s door. Please sign up if you are attending.


You’re in luck high and middle school.  The yearbook price of $55 has been extended through April 3-this is no April Fool’s joke.  Please reserve your copy today and see Mrs. McGuire in room 110 for the first combined school yearbook.


Picture flyers for prom packages are in the main office on the counter.


Students, if you would like to write thank you notes to any of our Career Day presenters, we will mail them at the end of this week.


Congratulations to the girl’s tennis team on their win against Buckingham yesterday.  The final score was 6-3.  Winning matches were Samantha Dickerson, Rachel Hanson, Kelsey Reamey, Madison Clarke, and Alexis Witcher. Great job ladies!


Attention seniors:  Applications are in the guidance office for 6 community scholarships.  In order to be considered for these scholarships, a student must have applied or been accepted for enrollment at a public or private institution of higher education. All community scholarship applications are due to Guidance no later than May 1st.


Sterling E. Meadows Memorial- $5000-for a student who has served as an outstanding representative of WC.


Ryan Mosby Memorial-$1000-for a student who has been an outstanding representative of our Athletic Program.


Elliott Davis Memorial- $1000-for student who has served as an outstanding representative of WCHS and plans to pursue a degree in Business.


Thomas Short Memorial- $1000 –for a student who has excelled in a Campbell County Technical program such as Agriscience, Business courses, Computer Programing, Computer Networking, Nursing, Electricity, Auto Body, Culinary Arts, or Cosmetology. 


Bev Jones Memorial -$1000- for a student who has made positive contributions to our Fine Arts program either through Chorus, Band, Art, or Yearbook. 


Jonathon Huckleby Memorial -$1000 – for a student who is first in their immediate family to attend an institute of higher learning.