Daily Announcements for February 10, 2016

Tonight, the Nordic skier are going to try it again!  Weather won out the last time we tried this fundraiser so we’ve rescheduled for this Wednesday from 5-10 PM at Buffalo Wild Wings.  Come to Buffalo Wild Wings and let them know you are there to support the KW skiers on Wednesday!

Would you like to earn elective credit for your job?  If you are currently working or will be working during the spring semester, you can sign up for the Work Experience Program! Come to the Career Center in Room 133 to get your Work Experience packet.  The deadline to turn in your paperwork is Friday. For more information, please go to the Career Center. 

Show dates for Oliver are Feb. 25th, 26th, 27th.  Show times are 7:30pm each night with one matinee on the 27th at 2:00pm. All seats are $10.  All tickets are General Seating.
Tickets may be purchased in the KW office or at the door. Tickets are on sale now!

Attention Students WE NEED YOU!  The Annual Jackalope Jump benefiting Special Olympics will be held on Feb. 19th at 5:00pm at the Casper Recreation Center Pool. Let’s beat the Mustangs by having MORE jumpers and raising MORE money than they do!  Please sign up with Officer Mower during both lunches.

Valentine’s Day is coming—don’t forget that special someone!
*The National Honor Society will be selling Valentine Flowers during both lunches by the Cafeteria doors. Cost is $2 for one flower or $5 for 3 flowers. Delivery date is Friday.
*The KW Community Living class is selling Sweethearts for your Crush also during both lunches by the Cafeteria doors.  You can purchase one can of orange Crush soda and one box of candy Sweethearts to be delivered to your sweetie this week! Cost is $2.00

All students who attended a Unicycle Club meeting this year, please see Mrs. Wiginton between classes, during your lunch or after school.

News from the Literacy Center:
*Do you want to get better grades? Of course you do! It’s easy! Just come to the Literacy Center in the Library before or after school to work with a teacher/tutor. There is no subject too hard for them—they’re really smart!
*Any Juniors who took a practice ACT test please come to the Literacy Center to pick up your test results before we throw them away!

Don’t forget, KWHS will be in session Friday but we have Monday off!