Tuesday, December 5

Tuesday, December 5
Posted on 12/05/2017

December 5, 2017 from WMHS on Vimeo.

Congratulations to Mrs. Gretchen Lengefeld on winning Best of Show for her Christmas card design for the Monroe Renaissance Contest. When you see Mrs. Lengefeld, please congratulate her. There were 13 schools participating and 21 cards in competition.

The Lady Rebel Soccer team has been seeing a lot of action recently. This weekend the girls made it to the finals of the Gator Cup Tournament in Shreveport tying Parkway 1-1 and defeating Calvary by a score of 8-0 and Airline by a score of 3-0. The Lady Rebels fell to Loyola in the finals after their 3rd match within a 5 hour time period. Freshman McKenzie Foster led all scorers for the weekend, with 5 goals. Anna Cranford had 4 goals and 2 assists, while Mary Grace Dupuy had 2 goals and 2 assists. Savannah Hennon had 1 goal and Conner Bacon 1 assist. Last night the Lady Rebel Soccer team upped their district record to 2-0 with a 6-1 win over Pineville at home. McKenzie Foster scored a hat trick to lead the girls. Mary Grace Dupuy, Savannah Hennon, and Celeste Hearne also had one goal apiece. Mary Grace also added 2 assists and Savannah 1 assist.The varsity and jv Lady Rebels are back in action tomorrow at Rebel Stadium. Varsity kicks off at 5:30 and JV at 7:15. Students get in free, so come out and support these ladies!

Tryouts for the Rebel Baseball team will be held on Sunday at 1:00 and next Monday through Friday at 3:20 after school. Any student interested in trying out for the Rebel Baseball team needs to report to the baseball field on each of those days. If you have any questions, see any of the baseball coaches for more information.

Seniors, the Whit's Warriors Application for 2018 is now available in the guidance office. Stop by and pick up one today. All applications must be postmarked by January 20, 2018.

FCS will be collecting toys for Riverbend students who participate in the afterschool program at the West Monroe Community Center. Their goal is to have one gift per child so they really need our help. Gifts should be no more than $10 and suggestions are Nerf footballs, Barbies, Hot Wheels, stuffed animals, Legos, and board games but nothing that requires batteries. You can bring your unwrapped toys to FCS meetings on Wednesday mornings at 7:30 or drop them off in Mrs. Counts' room 4104. Last day to brings toys will be tomorrow.

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