posted May 1, 2017, 11:55 AM by Catherine Faulconer
**Sports UPDATES & After School Activities**

There is a possibility of severe storms this afternoon. All afternoon practices and academic review sessions are to end by 4:30 pm as directed by Central Office.

*The Activity Bus will run at 4:45 p.m.

The following practices have been cancelled for this afternoon:

  • Girls Tennis
  • Track
  • NO JV-B Baseball game tonight

Attention Seniors: The Baccalaureate sign-up sheet is on Mrs. Pritt's door. Please sign up by May 12. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Pritt or Mrs. Martin.

Earth Science After-School SOL Study Sessions: Mr. Turner will be conducting SOL study sessions for all Earth Science students (Turner's and School's) Monday through Thursday from 3:00-5:00.

Attention Biology Students: Mr. Schools is hosting after-school remediation sessions to help you prepare for the Biology SOL on May 5th. The sessions will run from 3-5pm every day, starting on Monday, April 24th and ending on Thursday, May 4th. There is an activity bus available for those you need transportation. Please see Mr. Schools in H211 to sign up.

Attention Seniors: Nascar Technical Institute in NC will have a hands on workshop covering Engines, Gear, Voltage, and Nascar Pit Crew. Learn about Nascar Tech training. Lunch will be provided. Space is limited. RSVP by May 3rd if you plan to attend. See WC's website for more information.

The Campbell County Youth, Adult and Community Services Department is taking applications from students grade 9-12 for the Campbell County Youth Advisory Council. The Campbell County Youth Advisory Council provides an opportunity for young people to learn more about the needs of the youth in their community, to work to meet those needs, and to advocate for youth to the county and the school administrations. Applications are available online. Deadline to apply is May 12. See WC's website for more details.


Did you know that good used shoes can help keep a child off the street? Help a mother provide a meal for her family? Or provide a means of transportation to a person in a third world country? The William Campbell Beta Club has partnered with the Central Virginia Regional Rescue to collect gently used shoes (in all styles and sizes) that will then be distributed throughout communities in third world countries. Drop off shoes in the donation box in the main lobby.

The WC Booster Club will be hosting an 8th grade prom on Saturday, May 20th from 8-11:00 pm. The cost to attend is $10 per student. Make checks payable to WCCS.