Jr./Sr. High Announcements





Junior/Senior High School Announcements

West Burlington Arnold Junior/Senior High School Announcements
February 27, 2017
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  1. Junior and Senior students interested in applying for the Optimist Youth of the Year Scholarship can pick up an application in the office.  Applications must be returned to the office by March 3, 2017.  Optimist Youth of the Year Scholarships will be awarded to five students who model Optimism and demonstrates Optimistic values.  Scholarships range from 0 to 00.  All Junior and Senior students who plan on moving forward with a college education are encouraged to apply.  To learn more about the Optimist Club visit our website at www.optimist.org

  2. WBND Trap Club will have an informational meeting for interested students and their parents/guardians on Tuesday, February 28th at 6:00 PM in the West Burlington High School Cafeteria.
  3. Any High School girls interested in playing soccer should plan to attend the first team meeting on Tuesday, February 28th at 6:30 in the Notre Dame gym.  Come find out what girls soccer is all about.

  4. Tuesday, February 28th Karl Stern, from Jostens, will be here from 7:45 to 8:15 AM to hand out Graduation orders to seniors.  Also, Junior class officers are asked to stop by to vote on your announcement design.

  5. Junior high students interested in playing soccer should attend a meeting Wednesday, March 1st right after school in Mr. Radloff's room #373.



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