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April 1, 2024
April 1, 2024
Posted on 04/01/2024
Important Dates
Prom and Senior Ball tickets are now on sale in the Main Office.  The event will be held on Saturday, April 6th, at The Woods Golf Club. Prom tickets are $15; Senior Ball (includes dinner) are $20. Guest pass forms are now available in the Attendance Office. 
Juniors, today is the last day to nominate someone for Prom Court!

Seniors have the opportunity to design the cover of the graduation program for the class of 2024. The design could be inspired by the Senior quote: “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened,” by Dr. Seuss, or they can create something unique. Seniors should check their email for cover requirements, and see Student Services with any questions. Designs are due by April 5th.

Seniors interested in trying out for speaker at Graduation or the Senior Awards Night, please attend the informational meeting during Wildcat Advisory on April 4th or after school that day. If you can not attend either time, please see Mrs. VandeWalle room 224 or email her. 
Tryouts will be held April 17th at 3:05 in room 224.

Congratulations to Ana Moyano, who broke another school record in Pole Vaulting while in Manitowoc on Friday.  The new record is 10 feet and 6 inches!

The Track Team had 2 events during spring break. Results from Girls Track Manitowoc Indoor on March 22nd: 1st place- Ana Moyano in Triple & Long Jump; 2nd place- Ana Moyano in Pole Vault & Mikiah Rogina in High Jump; 5th place- 4x160m relay Jakalaya Jackson, Mikiah Rogina, Da’jayah Slaton, & Kassidy VanOuwerkerk; and 8th place- Jakalaya Jackson in 55 m dash
Results from Girls’ Track Ripon Invitational on March 26th: 1st place: Da’jayah Slaton in High Jump; Ana Moyano in Triple and Long Jump; and 3rd place: Ana Moyano in Pole Vault

The LMC is having a MARCH BOOK MADNESS, DEPT VS DEPT. Each West High department has nominated a book to compete. Every Monday and Wednesday we are asking that all students and staff vote during Advisory between two books.  The last round will be the week of April 8th during National Library Week. The Book Brackets are posted in the Library Windows.

College/Career Exploration
The GenCyber program
provides cybersecurity experiences and exposure for 9th-11th grade students, as they increase awareness of postsecondary and career opportunities to accomplish new levels of success. The camp runs from July 7th-12th. For more information, visit

Seniors: If you are planning on college or technical school after graduation, but have not started applying, please reach out to Liz in room 219 or email [email protected] about this.   If you have not completed your FAFSA for school, we can help you in the career center, please stop in or reach out.  The FAFSA helps you with college, it's important!  If you are interested in scholarships, ALL the information is located in the google classroom, please use it and apply. There is a lot out there, but you have to apply!  
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