Daily Announcements

Good morning West Perry! Please rise for a moment of silence before the playing of OUR National Anthem.

Good morning West Perry, today is Friday, March 16th, Cycle Day 1.

Do you ever wish you could wave a magic wand and end all the problems in our country? Do you ever wish you could stop all the crime and all the senseless killing?

Listen to these words from American clergyman William Channing:

The great hope of society is individual character.

If we hope to solve the serious problems our society is facing today, we must each one do our individual part. We must build our character muscles by developing a strong set of principles. We must be kind, honest, and patient with ourselves and others. According to Mr. Channing, that’s our one great hope for a better tomorrow.


"In yearbook news: It's not too late to order your 2018 yearbook. Simply go to Jostens.com or see Mrs. Salinetro in room 119 over resource for more information. Currently the cost is $65.00.Get yours now before it's too late. There will be a limited supply available upon delivery."

Today, Mr. Rahn, your principal will be duct taped to a wall during all lunches in the cafeteria. Stop by the tables in the cafeteria to purchase duct tape and add to the web.

Attention, students! National Honor Society and the WHIP are hosting the first annual Mustang Spectacular, a teacher/student competition. There will be a karaoke, talent, costume, and trivia segment of the show. Contestants will take the stage on April 20. If you’re interested in competing, see any NHS or WHIP member for a sign-up form and more information. Sign-up forms will be due Today.

Mini-THON is just around the and so is Stall Day! Bring in your change to stall your teacher. During period 6 your teacher will count the donated change at the beginning of class. The more change, the longer it will take to count.

Mini-thon spirit week:

Monday March 19th: Tacky Tourist Day

Tuesday March 20th: Floral Day

Wednesday March 21st: Beach Day

Guys: Wear Swim Trunks and T-shirt

Girls: Wear sundresses

  • Anyone can wear sunglasses and carry beach towels

Thursday March 22nd: Blue out day in hour of four diamonds

Friday March 23rd: Wear mini-thon T-shirt

In Class News:

Freshmen: Beginning next Wednesday, your officers and advisors will be collecting dues. Please turn in $25 to Room 120 or Room 108 during resource. Cash or check is fine. See Mrs. Elmes with any concerns.

In Counseling center news:

The Raymond Britcher Perry County Fair Scholarship guidelines have arrived in the CC. Please stop down for your copy if interested. Applications must be received by May 7

Lee C. Morrissey Student Public Service Award application has arrived in the CC. This award is for outstanding community service and is awarded annually to a senior student in Perry County public school. Deadline is April 30th.

There are many other scholarships available; see your counselor for more information.

In Sports News:

Cheerleading is having their final tryouts March 17th from 8am-12pm.

There will be a College Student Athlete seminar on March 22 at 7:30 in Room 10. This is a great opportunity to learn about scholarships, college eligibility, and other requirements for participating in collegiate athletics.

All athletes interested in wrestling 2018 - 2019 should stop by room 212 to pick-up off-season workout information and complete personal information sheet.

There will be a football meeting in room 113 during B lunch on Wednesday March 21 for any students interested in playing next year. There will be a lot of information handed out so please make sure you attend.

Movie/Music Quote Monday:

Trivia Tuesday:

Wisdom Wednesday:

Thought Provoking Thursday:

Fun Fact Friday: “Supermarket stickers are FDA approved to be eaten, but it is recommended you don’t”

That is all for Friday, March 16th. Cycle Day 1. Thanks for listening and have a Fulgurous Friday.