Friday, January 26

Friday, January 26
Posted on 01/26/2018

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Allbritton Photography will be on campus next week to take cap and gown pictures for anyone who has not had them taken at Allbritton’s.  You will take your pictures during your Senior English class.  Mrs. Barron’s and Mr. Reid’s classes will take pictures on Wednesday the 31st; and Mrs. Hunts, Mrs. Rodgers, and Mrs. Rutledge’s classes will be Thursday the 1st.  See your English teacher or come by room 4206 for more information.  


We will be having a volleyball meeting Thursday night, February 1st from 5:30PM-6:15PM at the Old Gym. Girls and parents should come. We will share information about the upcoming season, tryouts and fundraisers!


Congratulations to the Lady Rebel Soccer team on a huge win over Neville last night on Senior Night by the score of 8-0.Anna Cranford scored 4 goals and 1 assist to lead the Lady Rebels with Kimmie Ballance, Marleigh Moody, Savannah Hennon and Allie Cowan also scoring one goal a piece. Kimmie Ballance led in the assist category with 3 and  Jade Gonzales also had one assist.The Lady Rebels up their record to 18-6-6 with one regular season game left over at Ruston on Monday night at 5:30 before the state playoffs begin next week.


The West Monroe Rebel boys soccer team tied with Neville last night, 1-1 behind a second half goal by Lanzel Burton.  The Rebel defense did an outstanding job lead by goalie Tristan Boyce and defenders Parker Henning, Jacob Womack, Garrett May and Joshua Webber.   The coaches and players would like to thank the student section for your support last night. The Rebels play again on Saturday at 11:00 at Rebel Stadium when they take on Airline.  Students get in free, so come on out to the game. 


Students it is that time of year again.  We are now accepting A-HEC applications.  If you are not sure what A-HEC is, it stands for Area Health Education Center and it is your chance to see if you have what it takes to be a health care professional.  This program is free.  It takes place during the summer for three weeks at a local hospital and is worth a semester grade.   A-HEC allows students to get up close and personal with doctors, nurses, patients, etc.  Many students are able to be in the middle of the all the drama in the delivery room and surgical room.

This is your chance to see if you are able to handle a medical career before going to college and wasting a whole lot of money and time on the wrong occupation.  If you are interested in this great opportunity, come by room #3101 and pick up an application.  You must complete your application before March first.  Once you have your application completed, bring it to Mrs. Nelson in room #3101 and she will hand deliver all COMPLETED applications to the A-HEC office.  This way we can make sure nothing gets lost in the mail.

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