Monday, January 8

Monday, January 8
Posted on 01/08/2018

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Seniors, there are two new scholarships available to you if you have been involved in baseball.

 

1.)The Dixie Youth Baseball Scholarship is available to seniors who participated in the Dixie Youth Baseball program when twelve years old or younger. You can find the application at www.dixie.org/softball or you can stop by guidance to pick one up.Application is due on or beforeFebruary 1.

 

2.) The American Legion Baseball Scholarship is available for those who have played American Legion Ball and the application can be requested at baseball@legion.org. The deadline for applying isJuly 15.

 

Coach Osborne is now signing up students for his next Driver's ed class starting Monday January 8th. You can sign up with him in the PE gym, the cost is 295.00 and must be cash or money order.

The class will StartTuesday January 16th after school. It will be a Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday class for 2 weeks.

Thanks

 

Applications for the 2018 - 2019 National Honor Society will be available onThursday,January 11. Juniors and seniors may pick up your application from your English teacher or Ms. Rodgers. Please review the requirements on page 33 of the student handbook or on the National Honor Society page on gorebs.org. Applications are due to Ms. Rodgers by 3:00 PM onTuesday, January 23.

 

The Boys Powerlifting team got off to a good start to defending their 2017 state championship by winning the Calvary Baptist Invitational this weekend.The Rebs won the meet by earning 71 team points. The 2nd place finisher, Calvary Baptist, had 44 points.

 

Taking 1st place for the Rebels were:

-Robert Perkins in the 114 lb class

-Tyler Fryday in the 132 lb class

-Justin Chelette in the 148 lb class

-Zach Murphy in the 165 lb class

- Jacob Corrent in the 220 lb class

- Cody Stinson in the 242 lb class

- Randal Hughes in the 275 lb class

- Dalvin Hutchinson in the Super Heavy Weight class

 

2nd Place finishers were:

-Jacob Manley in the 132 lb class

-Coplen Johnson in the 165 lb class

- Cam Wright in the 181 lb class

- Malcom Moore in the 242 lb class

 

3rd place finishers were:

-Jacob Graves in the 114 lb class

-Jeremy Dorsey in the 123 lb class

-Justin Evans in the 132 lb class

-Reese Holland in the 181 lb class

-J.B .Gullatt in the 220 lb class

- Anthony Hearod in the 275 lb class

-Devin Dillonin the Super Heavy Weight class

 

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 #3105 or #3103 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 #3105 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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