Announcements
  • Announcements for May 24th

    • Exams are as follows:
      • TOMORROW, PD 1 starts at 7:15—PD 3 starts at 9:00—Lunch follows PD 5—PD 5 starts at 12:40
      • THURSDAY, PD 2 starts at 7:15—PD 4 starts at 9:00—Lunch follows PD 6—PD 6 starts at 12:40
      • FRIDAY, PD 7 starts at 7:15—Lunch follows PD 5
    • If you are interested in being on the morning announcement staff next school year, please email Mr. Robbins at robbinsc@scsk12.org. You will receive a reply in late July of next steps.
    • If you are planning to take AP European History or AP US History next school year, please be aware that there a very important summer assignment to be completed. It is critical for our ability to complete the course work ahead of the 2023 AP Exams. Please email Stephensonmr@scsk12.org to receive the attached assignment. Remember that this is an assessment grade, and it is not optional.
    • If you are enrolled in AP Art History for next fall, please email Ms. Petersen for Summer Work. Summer Work is required and will be due the first day of class. EMAIL: petersent@scsk12.org
    • Tryouts for girls soccer will be June 6, 7, & 8 from 6-7:30 on the soccer fields behind the senior parking lot. You must have a physical dated after April 17th in order to tryout!!
    • Are you a ninth-grade girl interested in STEM? Enter the STEM4Fem competition for a chance to show off your idea on how to improve your community through STEM! The deadline is approaching very soon, on June 15th! Students can win up to $200, meet and talk to STEM professionals around Memphis, and hear them speak at our finalist event! For more information visit stem4fem.com/competition
    • Announcements will NOT be read or posted the rest of the week due to exams. For those taking exams, we would wish you luck, but you need it not because you are properly prepared.
    • If you missed an announcement, ask a teacher to pull them up in Teams.

    Announcements for May 22nd

    • If you are planning to take AP European History or AP US History next school year, please be aware that there a very important summer assignment to be completed. It is critical for our ability to complete the course work ahead of the 2023 AP Exams. Please email Stephensonmr@scsk12.org to receive the attached assignment. Remember that this is an assessment grade, and it is not optional.
    • National Honor Society juniors who missed the meeting this week must attend a make-up meeting TODAY at 2:20 in the cafeteria.
    • The volleyball team will have an open gym TODAY from 3-5. Please feel free to share this information with incoming freshman and/or transfer students . If you played last year, your physical is good for open gyms, but you must have a new physical dated after April 17 for tryouts. If a player wants to attend open gyms that was not on the team, they must have their paperwork to participate in open gym.

    Announcements for May 18th

    • Students who are taking a dual enrollment course next year, the University of Memphis will be at White Station TODAY, in the library during 5th period to help you complete any paperwork that is required for the course, including the grant. You must check in with your 5th period teacher FIRST.
    • White Station High School DECA will have an interest meeting for next year today in the library at 2:15; come to learn more about the trips and opportunities DECA offers,
    • If you are planning to take AP European History or AP US History next school year, please be aware that there a very important summer assignment to be completed. It is critical for our ability to complete the course work ahead of the 2023 AP Exams. Please email Stephensonmr@scsk12.org to receive the attached assignment. Remember that this is an assessment grade, and it is not optional.
    • Yearbooks are here. Come and get yours after school today in the ticket booth in the senior gym lobby. If you pre-ordered your book simply come and collect it. We will also be selling them for $85 cash only
    • Interested in computer science or virtual reality? This Friday, the U of M will be hosting a virtual reality demonstration during 4th and 6th period. Come to Ms. Cornell's room M-210 to experience Virtual Reality through an interactive experiment and learn more about the work of computer science majors.
    • The volleyball team will have an open gym on Monday, May 23 from 3-5. Please feel free to share this information with incoming freshman and/or transfer students . If you played last year, your physical is good for open gyms, but you must have a new physical dated after April 17 for tryouts. If a player wants to attend open gyms that was not on the team, they must have their paperwork to participate in open gym.

    Announcements for May 17th

    • National Honor Society juniors are reminded of the mandatory, 15-minute meeting TODAY in the cafeteria at 2:20. Be prompt!
    • All study halls TODAY will meet in the East Gym.
    • All freshmen who have applied to Pre-AP English 10 need to sign the Pre-AP contract and return it to Mr. Harrison at the mandatory meeting in the Library, TODAY, at 2:25 p.m.
    • Do you have what it takes to run with the Spartans? If so, there will be a cross country interest meeting TODAY at 2:20 pm in Room M110. There will be donuts.
    • Students who are taking a dual enrollment course next year, the University of Memphis will be at White Station TOMORROW, in the library during 5th period to help you complete any paperwork that is required for the course, including the grant. See you then.
    • If you are planning to take AP European History or AP US History next school year, please be aware that there a very important summer assignment to be completed. It is critical for our ability to complete the course work ahead of the 2023 AP Exams. Please email Stephensonmr@scsk12.org to receive the attached assignment. Remember that this is an assessment grade, and it is not optional.
    • Yearbooks are here. Come and get yours after school today and tomorrow in the ticket booth in the senior gym lobby. If you pre-ordered your book simply come and collect it. We will also be selling them for $85 cash only
    • Interested in computer science or virtual reality? This Friday, the U of M will be hosting a virtual reality demonstration during 4th and 6th period. Come to Ms. Cornell's room M-210 to experience Virtual Reality through an interactive experiment and learn more about the work of computer science majors.
    • The volleyball team will have an open gym on Monday, May 23 from 3-5. Please feel free to share this information with incoming freshman and/or transfer students . If you played last year, your physical is good for open gyms, but you must have a new physical dated after April 17 for tryouts. If a player wants to attend open gyms that was not on the team, they must have their paperwork to participate in open gym.

    Announcements for May 16th

    • The FBI is coming to White Station! TODAY, 2 special agents from the FBI’s Memphis Field Office will be in the library to talk about the FBI and its work, the career path to join the FBI, and answer your questions. Seniors are welcome, but sign up is mandatory, see flyers around campus for the QR code to sign up. Contact Mr. Tingley in M019 with any questions.
    • The volleyball team will have open gyms on Mondays, May 16 and 23 from 3-5. Please feel free to share this information with incoming freshman and/or transfer students . If you played last year, your physical is good for open gyms, but you must have a new physical dated after April 17 for tryouts. If a player wants to attend open gyms that was not on the team, they must have their paperwork to participate in open gym.
    • Students who are taking a dual enrollment course next year, the University of Memphis will be at White Station on Wednesday, May 18, in the library during 5th period to help you complete any paperwork that is required for the course, including the grant. See you then.
    • All freshmen who have applied to Pre-AP English 10 must pick up a copy of the summer reading year assignment from their current English teacher TODAY. Attached is a Pre-AP contract, which must be signed and returned to Mr. Harrison at the mandatory meeting in the Library, TOMORROW, at 2:25 p.m.
    • If you are planning to take AP European History or AP US History next school year, please be aware that there a very important summer assignment to be completed. This is no busy work an act of evil torture. It is critical for our ability to complete the course work ahead of the 2023 AP Exams. Please email me at Stephensonmr@scsk12.org and I will respond with the attached assignment. Remember that this is an assessment grade, and it is not optional. Look forward to hearing from you and working with you in the coming school
    • Do you have what it takes to run with the Spartans? If so, there will be a cross country interest meeting TOMORROW at 2:20 pm in Room M110. There will be donuts.
    • Yearbooks are here. Come and get yours after school today tomorrow and Wednesday in the ticket booth in the senior gym lobby. If you pre-ordered your book simply come and collect it. We will also be selling them for $85 cash only

    Announcements for May 13th

    • Any student needing to make-up the Dual Credit World History, US History, or Speech & Communications should report to the library NOW.
    • Mr. Robbins’ speech classes should report to M236 TODAY for class.
    • Yesterday, the Spartan Baseball team beat Overton 20-4 in the 16AAAA Baseball Tournament. Then the team went on to Beat Whitehaven 15-6, and is now tied for First place in the tournament. After scoring a total of 35 runs today, The Spartans will now face Whitehaven again today Friday 4:00 at Tobey Field for the Tournament Championship. Please come out and cheer our Spartans on to victory.
    • The White Station Majorette team will be having tryouts May 12-14.
    • If you are interested in playing golf for the 2022 Fall Season, please come by F129, Bateman's room, for more information. You must have your own clubs and a working knowledge of the rules.
    • The football cheer team is having a car wash TOMORROW from 10-2 in the freshman parking lot to raise money for their trip to nationals! Please come out and support them!
    • The FBI is coming to White Station! On Monday, 2 special agents from the FBI’s Memphis Field Office will be in the library to talk about the FBI and its work, the career path to join the FBI, and answer your questions. Seniors are welcome, but sign up is mandatory, see flyers around campus for the QR code to sign up. Contact Mr. Tingley in M019 with any questions.
    • The volleyball team will have open gyms on Mondays, May 16 and 23 from 3-5. Please feel free to share this information with incoming freshman and/or transfer students . If you played last year, your physical is good for open gyms, but you must have a new physical dated after April 17 for tryouts. If a player wants to attend open gyms that was not on the team, they must have their paperwork to participate in open gym.
    • All freshmen who have applied to Pre-AP English 10 must pick up a copy of the summer reading assignment from their current English teacher this week. Attached is a Pre-AP contract, which must be signed and returned to Mr. Harrison at the mandatory meeting in the Library, NEXT Tuesday, May 17, at 2:25 p.m.
    • Do you have what it takes to run with the Spartans? If so, there will be a cross country interest meeting Tuesday, May 17th at 2:20 pm in Room M110. There will be donuts.

    Announcements for May 12th

    • Congratulations to Sophomore attacker Emmy Yang on being selected to Team Tennessee. Emmy will be traveling to Baltimore, Maryland to represent Tennessee in the USA Lacrosse Women's National Tournament over Memorial Day weekend. We would also like to congratulate Senior attacker Cassidy Jones on earning a spot on her 4th consecutive All-Region team and her 2nd Consecutive All-State team. Cassidy led the state in back to back years in goals scored and points! What a way to finish your Spartan career! You will be missed!
    • Dual Credit Speech and Communication students should report to the library for the State Challenge Test at 10:40 this morning; teachers, there is an email about these students’ absence from 5th period today.
    • The White Station Majorette team will be having tryouts May 12-14.
    • If you are interested in playing golf for the 2022 Fall Season, please come by F129, Bateman's room, for more information. You must have your own clubs and a working knowledge of the rules.
    • Celebrate the end of the year with the Strive Together Club TODAY by dressing up in cultural or ethnic clothing and coming to our party during your lunch period! We will vote on best outfits for each lunch period, and the winner will receive a $50 gift card! We will have free snacks, music, games, and henna tattoos!
    • The football cheer team is having a car wash this Saturday from 10-2 in the freshman parking lot to raise money for their trip to nationals! Please come out and support them!
    • The FBI is coming to White Station! Next Monday, May 16th, 2 special agents from the FBI’s Memphis Field Office will be in the library to talk about the FBI and its work, the career path to join the FBI, and answer your questions. Seniors are welcome, but sign up is mandatory, see flyers around campus for the QR code to sign up. Contact Mr. Tingley in M019 with any questions.
    • The volleyball team will have open gyms on Mondays, May 16 and 23 from 3-5. Please feel free to share this information with incoming freshman and/or transfer students . If you played last year, your physical is good for open gyms, but you must have a new physical dated after April 17 for tryouts. If a player wants to attend open gyms that was not on the team, they must have their paperwork to participate in open gym.
    • All freshmen who have applied to Pre-AP English 10 must pick up a copy of the summer reading assignment from their current English teacher this week. Attached is a Pre-AP contract, which must be signed and returned to Mr. Harrison at the mandatory meeting in the Library, NEXT Tuesday, May 17, at 2:25 p.m.
    • Do you have what it takes to run with the Spartans? If so, there will be a cross country interest meeting Tuesday, May 17th at 2:20 pm in Room M110. There will be donuts.

    Announcements for May 10th

    • If anyone missed out on band this past year or the year before due to COVID but would like to return, please see Mr. Sims in the band room.
    • Seniors!!!!! Please complete the google form sent to you by your Counselors in your Teams for the SCHOLARSHIP REPORT!! This information is needed for the Graduation Commencement Program. and a District report. The deadline is TODAY!
    • The White Station Majorette team will be having tryouts May 12-14. If you are interested in trying out, pick up a packet from Ms. Harden in room M217. All packets are due TOMORROW.
    • SENIORS WHO TOOK MRS. LYONS' CLASS FRESHMAN YEAR, PLEASE STOP BY F209 TOMOROW, TO PICK UP THE LETTER YOU WROTE TO YOUR "SENIOR SELF" DURING YOUR FRESHMAN YEAR.
    • The Science National Honor Society is holding an interest meeting TOMORROW afterschool in Mrs. Cornell's room M-210. The Science National Honor Society is a distinguished academic honor society for students interested in furthering scientific engagement within the realms of school and the professional science field!
    • "If you are interested in playing golf for the 2022 Fall Season, please come by F129, Bateman's room, for more information. You must have your own clubs and a working knowledge of the rules."
    • Celebrate the end of the year with the Strive Together Club on Friday, May 13th by dressing up in cultural or ethnic clothing and coming to our party during your lunch period! We will vote on best outfits for each lunch period, and the winner will receive a $50 gift card! We will have free snacks, music, games, and henna tattoos!
    • The volleyball team will have open gyms on Mondays, May 16 and 23 from 3-5. Please feel free to share this information with incoming freshman and/or transfer students . If you played last year, your physical is good for open gyms, but you must have a new physical dated after April 17 for tryouts. If a player wants to attend open gyms that was not on the team, they must have their paperwork to participate in open gym.

    Announcements for May 9th

    • For anyone interested in spinning flag and dancing in the Spartan Marching Band's Colorguard, there is a mandatory interest and information meeting TODAY after school in Ms. Vancil's room in the Freshman Academy, F218. Please see Ms. Vancil or Mr. Sims for more information.
    • If anyone missed out on band this past year or the year before due to COVID but would like to return, please see Mr. Sims in the band room.
    • Seniors!!!!! Please complete the google form sent to you by your Counselors in your Teams for the SCHOLARSHIP REPORT!! This information is needed for the Graduation Commencement Program. and a District report. The deadline will be extended to Tuesday, May 10, 2022.
    • The White Station Majorette team will be having tryouts May 12-14. If you are interested in trying out, pick up a packet from Ms. Harden in room M217. All packets are due May 11.
    • SENIORS WHO TOOK MRS. LYONS' CLASS FRESHMAN YEAR, PLEASE STOP BY F209 THIS WEDNESDAY, MAY 11TH, TO PICK UP THE LETTER YOU WROTE TO YOUR "SENIOR SELF" DURING YOUR FRESHMAN YEAR.
    • The Science National Honor Society is holding an interest meeting Wednesday afterschool in Mrs. Cornell's room M-210. The Science National Honor Society is a distinguished academic honor society for students interested in furthering scientific engagement within the realms of school and the professional science field!
    • Celebrate the end of the year with the Strive Together Club on Friday, May 13th by dressing up in cultural or ethnic clothing and coming to our party during your lunch period! We will vote on best outfits for each lunch period, and the winner will receive a $50 gift card! We will have free snacks, music, games, and henna tattoos!

    Announcements for May 6th

    • Attention all stage lovers and aficionados! If you have an appreciation for acting and production, or simply want to support our awesome theater department, come and awe at this year's senior-directed one acts! These are directed, portrayed, some even written, and all put together by our very own students at White Station High. The seven one acts will continue TODAY. They will be performed on our own White Station stage starting at 6:00 PM both days, and admission is free! Each one act will only be performed ONCE, so make sure you come to both days to get all the drama!
    • TODAY at the end of the day, we are donating/trashing all items left in the lost and found in the main office. Please come check if you are missing an item – this is related to clothing, items sitting in the outer area of the main office.
    • For anyone interested in spinning flag and dancing in the Spartan Marching Band's Colorguard, there is a mandatory interest and information meeting Monday, May 9, after school in Ms. Vancil's room in the Freshman Academy, F218. Please see Ms. Vancil or Mr. Sims for more information.
    • If anyone missed out on band this past year or the year before due to COVID but would like to return, please see Mr. Sims in the band room.
    • Seniors!!!!! Please complete the google form sent to you by your Counselors in your Teams for the SCHOLARSHIP REPORT!! This information is needed for the Graduation Commencement Program and a District report. The deadline will be extended to Tuesday, May 10, 2022.
    • The White Station Majorette team will be having tryouts May 12-14. If you are interested in trying out, pick up a packet from Ms. Harden in room M217. All packets are due May 11.

    Announcements for May 5th

    • Any student needing to make up an EOC should check in to first period and then report to the library.
    • ALL of Mr. Robbins’ classes should report to the library TODAY prepared to work quietly.
    • Congratulations to White Station Spartans softball team for winning their senior night against Germantown 8-5.
    • Congratulations to Mrs. Sugarmon on being elected Shelby County Commissioner for District 12.
    • Come to the library TODAY after school to watch the award-winning film Selma. It is a powerful film from 2014 about Martin Luther King Jr. and campaign for voting rights in Alabama in 1965. Check with your teachers if you can get extra credit for attending.
    • Attention all stage lovers and aficionados! If you have an appreciation for acting and production, or simply want to support our awesome theater department, come and awe at this year's senior-directed one acts! These are directed, portrayed, some even written, and all put together by our very own students at White Station High. The seven one acts will go up TODAY and TOMORROW. They will be performed on our own White Station stage starting at 6:00 PM both days, and admission is free! Each one act will only be performed ONCE, so make sure you come to both days to get all the drama!
    • The White Station Majorette team will be having tryouts May 12-14. If you are interested in trying out, pick up a packet from Ms. Harden in room M217. All packets are due May 11.

    Announcements for May the 4th (be with you)

    • Mr. Robbins’ 3rd period, only his DC Speech and Communication students, TODAY should meet in the main lobby for 3rd period.
    • Come to the library TOMORROW after school to watch the award-winning film Selma. It is a powerful film from 2014 about Martin Luther King Jr. and campaign for voting rights in Alabama in 1965. Check with your teachers if you can get extra credit for attending.
    • Attention all stage lovers and aficionados! If you have an appreciation for acting and production, or simply want to support our awesome theater department, come and awe at this year's senior-directed one acts! These are directed, portrayed, some even written, and all put together by our very own students at White Station High. The seven one acts will go up TOMORROW and Friday. They will be performed on our own White Station stage starting at 6:00 PM both days, and admission is free! Each one act will only be performed ONCE, so make sure you come to both days to get all the drama!
    • The White Station Majorette team will be having tryouts May 12-14. If you are interested in trying out, pick up a packet from Ms. Harden in room M217. All packets are due May 11.

    Announcements for May 3rd

    • Mr. Rakestraw’s 3rd and 4th period, please report to the back of the auditorium TODAY.
    • Attention Seniors, you must fill out the Microsoft form sent to your school email by TODAY at 11:59 p.m. if you want to participate in Senior Field day. No exceptions. If you do not fill it out, then you will not be allowed to participate. Field day is May 10th from 10:30 -2:15.
    • Come to the library Thursday May 5th after school to watch the award-winning film Selma. It is a powerful film from 2014 about Martin Luther King Jr. and campaign for voting rights in Alabama in 1965. Check with your teachers if you can get extra credit for attending.
    • Attention all stage lovers and aficionados! If you have an appreciation for acting and production, or simply want to support our awesome theater department, come and awe at this year's senior-directed one acts! These are directed, portrayed, some even written, and all put together by our very own students at White Station High. The seven one acts will go up this Thursday and Friday. They will be performed on our own White Station stage starting at 6:00 PM both days, and admission is free! Each one act will only be performed ONCE, so make sure you come to both days to get all the drama!
    • The White Station Majorette team will be having tryouts May 12-14. If you are interested in trying out, pick up a packet from Ms. Harden in room M217. All packets are due May 11.

    Announcements for May 2nd

    • Attention Spartans! It’s not too late to become a member of the 2022-23 E-Board! Sign up for member at large through the application listed on the E-board insta and Interview scheduling will be released after the applications are due TODAY at 2:15 pm after school. Good luck and contact whitestationeboard@gmail.com for questions.
    • Attention Seniors, you must fill out the Microsoft form sent to your school email by TOMORROW at 11:59 p.m. if you want to participate in Senior Field day. No exceptions. It must be filled out by May 3rd. If you do not fill it out then you will not be allowed to participate. Field day is May 10th from 10:30 -2:15.
    • Attention all stage lovers and aficionados! If you have an appreciation for acting and production, or simply want to support our awesome theater department, come and awe at this year's senior-directed one acts! These are directed, portrayed, some even written, and all put together by our very own students at White Station High. The seven one acts will go up this Thursday and Friday. They will be performed on our own White Station stage starting at 6:00 PM both days, and admission is free! Each one act will only be performed ONCE, so make sure you come to both days to get all the drama!
    • The White Station Majorette team will be having tryouts May 12-14. If you are interested in trying out, pick up a packet from Ms. Harden in room M217. All packets are due May 11.

    Announcements for April 29

    • Congratulations to Jayden Dunn, Taylor Matthews, Hunter Wright, Charles Andrews, Derin Kovarik, Ben Fowler, Robin Hall, Hao Lin, Dennis Madapatu, Delanie Roberts, Aidan Rocco, Ja’Corey Ross, Quinten Tillman, and Carel Fields for passing the CompTIA ITF+ certification exam! Those students passed a very difficult industry certification and have made White Station a better school.
    • Happy National Arbor Day, Spartans!!! Today at dismissal The Spruce Up Sparta Club is giving away White Oak tree saplings for you to take home and plant. If you or your parents are interested in receiving a free baby oak tree please come to the front of the auditorium at dismissal to get your tree!
    • Girl Up and Environmental Alliance are having a Fashion show TONIGHT at 6:00 pm in the auditorium!! The theme is sustainable/thrifted clothes with proceeds going to the Lisieux Community Center. Sign up to model to get volunteer hours! Models, create your outfit to walk in the show with thrifted or items from your closet!! Modeling availability is still open. DM @wshsgirlup if you want to model or scan a QR code around the school to sign up!
    • Attention Spartans! It’s not too late to become a member of the 2022-23 E-Board! Sign up for member at large through the application listed on the E-board insta and Interview scheduling will be released after the applications are due MONDAY at 2:15 pm after school. Good luck and contact whitestationeboard@gmail.com for questions.
    • Attention Seniors, you must fill out the Microsoft form sent to your school email by May 3rd at 11:59 p.m. if you want to participate in Senior Field day. No exceptions. It must be filled out by May 3rd. If you do not fill it out then you will not be allowed to participate. Field day is May 10th from 10:30 -2:15.
    • The White Station Majorette team will be having tryouts May 12-14. If you are interested in trying out, pick up a packet from Ms. Harden in room M217. All packets are due May 11.

    Announcements for April 28

    • The Spartan varsity baseball Team will be playing Whitehaven today 4/28 at 4pm at WSHS, please come out and support the team. Also, congratulations to the White Station baseball team on their 10-1 victory against Harding where Senior Hank Hisky hit his first Grand Slam Home Run followed by Sumner Ford hitting a solo home run; their 5-1 victory over the MUS Owls and the 18-1 victory over Overton.
    • Girl Up is having clothing drive donations for our fashion show fundraiser. Bring your clothes (lightly worn or thrifted) to the box in the library or in Mr. Burgess’s room (2nd floor east annex). Boxes will be set up until this Friday!
    • Seniors, Please wear your college apparel TOMORROW as we celebrate your College Signing Day.
    • Good morning, Spartans! TOMORROW is National Arbor Day and to celebrate The Spruce Up Sparta Club will be giving away baby White Oak tree saplings for you to take home and plant. If you or your parents are interested in receiving a free tree please come to the front of the auditorium outdoors at dismissal on Friday to receive your free oak!
    • Girl Up and Environmental Alliance are having a Fashion show TOMORROW at 6:00 pm in the auditorium!! The theme is sustainable/thrifted clothes with proceeds going to the Lisieux Community Center. Sign up to model to get volunteer hours! Models, create your outfit to walk in the show with thrifted or items from your closet!! Modeling availability is still open. DM @wshsgirlup if you want to model or scan a QR code around the school to sign up!
    • Attention Spartans! It’s not too late to become a member of the 2022-23 E-Board! Sign up for member at large through the application listed on the E-board insta and Interview scheduling will be released after the applications are due on May 2nd at 2:15 pm after school. Good luck and contact whitestationeboard@gmail.com for questions.
    • The White Station Majorette team will be having tryouts May 12-14. If you are interested in trying out, pick up a packet from Ms. Harden in room M217. All packets are due May 11.

    Announcements for April 27

    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Mempops TODAY from 2:00 to 8:00 pm. Make sure to tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure proceeds go to E-board. Come out to support them!
    • Girl Up is having clothing drive donations for our fashion show fundraiser. Bring your clothes (lightly worn or thrifted) to the box in the library or in Mr. Burgess’s room (2nd floor east annex). Boxes will be set up until this Friday!
    • Good morning, Spartans! This Friday is National Arbor Day and to celebrate The Spruce Up Sparta Club will be giving away baby White Oak tree saplings for you to take home and plant. If you or your parents are interested in receiving a free tree please come to the front of the auditorium outdoors at dismissal on Friday to receive your free oak!
    • Girl Up and Environmental Alliance are having a Fashion show this Friday at 6:00 pm in the auditorium!! The theme is sustainable/thrifted clothes with proceeds going to the Lisieux Community Center. Sign up to model to get volunteer hours! Models, create your outfit to walk in the show with thrifted or items from your closet!! Modeling availability is still open. DM @wshsgirlup if you want to model or scan a QR code around the school to sign up!
    • Seniors, Please wear your college apparel Friday, April 29 as we celebrate your College Signing Day.
    • Attention Spartans! It’s not too late to become a member of the 2022-23 E-Board! Sign up for member at large through the application listed on the E-board insta and Interview scheduling will be released after the applications are due on May 2nd at 2:15 pm after school. Good luck and contact whitestationeboard@gmail.com for questions
    • CORRECTION: On the acceptance letter, the meeting date is incorrect. All current juniors just inducted into NHS will have the mandatory meeting on Tuesday, May 17th at 2:30 in the auditorium. We are sorry for the confusion. See May 17th!

    Announcements for April 26

    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Mempops on Thursday from 2:00 to 8:00 pm. Make sure to tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure proceeds go to E-board. Come out to support them!
    • Girl Up is having clothing drive donations for our fashion show fundraiser. Bring your clothes (lightly worn or thrifted) to the box in the library or in Mr. Burgess’s room (2nd floor east annex). Boxes will be set up until this Friday!
    • Attention Spartans! It’s not too late to become a member of the 2022-23 E-Board! Sign up for member at large through the application listed on the E-board insta and Interview scheduling will be released after the applications are due on May 2nd at 2:15 pm after school. Good luck and contact whitestationeboard@gmail.com for questions
    • CORRECTION: On the acceptance letter, the meeting date is incorrect. All current juniors just inducted into NHS will have the mandatory meeting on Tuesday, May 17th at 2:30 in the auditorium. We are sorry for the confusion. See May 17th!

    Announcements for April 25

    • The strive together club is hosting Ramadan and Eid meeting! Please come to room M111 TOMORROW during your lunch period to learn about Ramadan and Eid. Free Middle Eastern snacks will be available!
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Mempops on Thursday from 2:00 to 8:00 pm. Make sure to tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure proceeds go to E-board. Come out to support them!
    • Girl Up is having clothing drive donations for our fashion show fundraiser. Bring your clothes (lightly worn or thrifted) to the box in the library or in Mr. Burgess’s room (2nd floor east annex). Boxes will be set up until this Friday!

    Announcements for April 22

    • Seniors, there are great scholarships opportunities posted on your Counselor's Teams page. Check out the lasted Massey Book Scholarship.
    • The strive together club is hosting Ramadan and Eid meeting! Please come to room M111 on April 26th during your lunch period to learn about Ramadan and Eid. Free Middle Eastern snacks will be available!
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Mempops on Thursday, April 28 from 2:00 to 8:00 pm. Make sure to tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure proceeds go to E-board. Come out to support them!
    • Girl Up is having clothing drive donations for our fashion show fundraiser. Bring your clothes (lightly worn or thrifted) to the box in the library or in Mr. Burgess’s room (2nd floor east annex). Boxes will be set up until April 29th!

    Announcements for April 21

    • Congratulations to Aayush Jain on winning 1st place for the Tom Lee Poetry and Spoken Word Contest; Aayush has also been awarded a professional recording and an invitation to perform at the Tom Lee Day celebration in May. Congratulations, Aayush.
    • The US history EOC is approaching.! If you take honors US history with Mr. Waller or Ms. Young, please consider attending a review session this week in Ms. Young's room (M109) from 2:30-3:30. Review sessions will be held TODAY. We hope to see you there!
    • Seniors, there are great scholarships opportunities posted on your Counselor's Teams page. Check out the lasted Massey Book Scholarship.
    • The strive together club is hosting Ramadan and Eid meeting! Please come to room M111 on April 26th during your lunch period to learn about Ramadan and Eid. Free Middle Eastern snacks will be available!
    • Girl Up is having clothing drive donations for our fashion show fundraiser. Bring your clothes (lightly worn or thrifted) to the box in the library or in Mr. Burgess’s room (2nd floor east annex). Boxes will be set up until April 29th!

    Announcements for April 20

    • The US history EOC is approaching.! If you take honors US history with Mr. Waller or Ms. Young, please consider attending a review session this week in Ms. Young's room (M109) from 2:30-3:30. Review sessions will be held TOMORROW. We hope to see you there!
    • Seniors, there are great scholarships opportunities posted on your Counselor's Teams page. Check out the lasted Massey Book Scholarship.
    • Seniors who want to attend prom should pick up the Prom Expectations and Guidelines sheet and returned it signed before purchasing tickets. Prom ticket sales days will be TODAY. Tickets of $60 per person will be sold only during lunches in the auditorium. Prom itself is May 7th from 7 to 11pm, and each person must have a ticket to enter. Though seniors are allowed to bring only one guest, the guest must be 20 or under and not have been expelled from a MSCS school. Questions should go to Ms. Durham.
    • “The strive together club is hosting Ramadan and Eid meeting! Please come to room M111 on April 26th during your lunch period to learn about Ramadan and Eid. Free Middle Eastern snacks will be available!”
    • Spartans are you ready for Varsity Basketball cheer clinics? If so tryout packets are in the main office or visit Coach McCrackin in room M211. Clinics will be held April 25th-28th, and a parent interest meeting TODAY. Come show us what you got!!!
    • Girl Up is having clothing drive donations for our fashion show fundraiser. Bring your clothes (lightly worn or thrifted) to the box in the library or in Mr. Burgess’s room (2nd floor east annex). Boxes will be set up until April 29th!

    Announcements for April 18

    • The US history EOC is this FRIDAY, April 22nd! If you take honors US history with Mr. Waller or Ms. Young, please consider attending a review session this week in Ms. Young's room (M109) from 2:30-3:30. Review sessions will be held this Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. We hope to see you there!
    • Seniors who want to attend prom should pick up the Prom Expectations and Guidelines sheet and returned it signed before purchasing tickets. Prom ticket sales days will be TODAY, TOMORROW, and Wednesday. Tickets of $60 per person will be sold only during lunches in the auditorium. Prom itself is May 7th from 7 to 11pm, and each person must have a ticket to enter. Though seniors are allowed to bring only one guest, the guest must be 20 or under and not have been expelled from a MSCS school. Questions should go to Ms. Durham.
    • “The strive together club is hosting Ramadan and Eid meeting! Please come to room M111 on April 26th during your lunch period to learn about Ramadan and Eid. Free Middle Eastern snacks will be available!”
    • If you happened to have missed the 2022 Scholastic Art awards GOLD KEY winners on display at Memphis Brooks Museum of Art in February, you may now view the amazing talent down in the school library! Check out the most Gold won in the Mid-south--- on display all this week! Installed courtesy of the OBSERVATIONAL CLUB.
    • Spartans are you ready for Varsity Basketball cheer clinics? If so tryout packets are in the main office or visit Coach McCrackin in room M211. Clinics will be held April 25th-28th, and a parent interest meeting TOMORROW. Come show us what you got!!!
    • Girl Up is having clothing drive donations for our fashion show fundraiser. Bring your clothes (lightly worn or thrifted) to the box in the library or in Mr. Burgess’s room (2nd floor east annex). Boxes will be set up until April 29th!

    Announcements for April 14

    • Congratulations to the WSHS Chess Team for placing 5th place in the 2022 Tennessee National High School Chess Championship. Outstanding performances by: Johnathan Mehrothra, Kerry Cao, Aashish Chidambram, and Sunni Cui.
    • Any current freshman wishing to take AP Physics 1 and Mechanics during the 2022-2023 school year must see Ms. Cornell in room M210 for placement testing TODAY after school. This is only required for freshmen.
    • Are you interested in learning about different cultures' New Year celebrations? Come to room F129 after school TODAY to learn about how three different South Indian cultures celebrate the New Year!
    • Help Girl Up make posters for their fashion show TODAY after school in Ms. Fisher’s Room E306!
    • Seniors who want to attend prom should pick up the Prom Expectations and Guidelines sheet and returned it signed before purchasing tickets. Prom ticket sales days will be April 18th-20th. Tickets of $60 per person will be sold only during lunches in the auditorium. Prom itself is May 7th from 7 to 11pm, and each person must have a ticket to enter. Though seniors are allowed to bring only one guest, the guest must be 20 or under and not have been expelled from a MSCS school. Questions should go to Ms. Durham.
    • Spartans are you ready for Varsity Basketball cheer clinics? If so tryout packets are in the main office or visit Coach McCrackin in room M211. Clinics will be held April 25th-28th, and a parent interest meeting on April 19th. Come show us what you got!!!
    • Girl Up is having clothing drive donations for our fashion show fundraiser. bring your clothes (lightly worn or thrifted) to the box in the library or in Mr. Burgess’s room (2nd floor east annex). Boxes will be set up until April 29th!

    Announcements for April 13

    • National Honor Society would like to congratulate the over 120 members who were inducted last night. They names are listed in Teams and social media.
    • Hello students of White Station, yesterday, Rodney Donald, a senior student completed his eagle scout project, which was building cabinets to store feminine products. These cabinets are located in the girl's restrooms across the school and students are able to grab the products as they need, not more than is necessary.
    • Congratulations to sophomore attacker Emmy Yang on being selected to represent Team Tennessee in the USA Lacrosse Women's Division National Tournament in Baltimore, Maryland. Way to go Emmy!
    • The following members of Future Business Leaders of America advanced to National competition in the following events: Agribusiness - Lovie Chang (1st Place), Data Analysis - Raksha Visvanathan (1st Place)
    • Human Resource Management - Landry Thompson (1st Place), Securities and Investments - Elina Salian (3rd Place), and Public Service Announcement - Riya Pramod (6th Place). Please Congratulate these young ladies for a job well done!!
    • Any current freshman wishing to take AP Physics 1 and Mechanics during the 2022-2023 school year must see Ms. Cornell in room M210 for placement testing this week after school. This is only required for freshmen.
    • Are you interested in learning about different cultures' New Year celebrations? Come to room F129 after school TOMORROW to learn about how three different South Indian cultures celebrate the New Year!
    • Help Girl Up make posters for their fashion show TOMORROW after school in Ms. Fisher’s Room E306!
    • Seniors who want to attend prom should pick up the Prom Expectations and Guidelines sheet and returned it signed before purchasing tickets. Prom ticket sales days will be April 18th-20th. Tickets of $60 per person will be sold only during lunches in the auditorium. Prom itself is May 7th from 7 to 11pm, and each person must have a ticket to enter. Though seniors are allowed to bring only one guest, the guest must be 20 or under and not have been expelled from a MSCS school. Questions should go to Ms. Durham.
    • Spartans are you ready for Varsity Basketball cheer clinics? If so tryout packets are in the main office or visit Coach McCrackin in room M211. Clinics will be held April 25th-28th, and a parent interest meeting on April 19th. Come show us what you got!!!
    • Congratulations to the new inductees to the National Honor Society:

      2022 NHS Inductees

       

      Tesnime Abdullahi
      Ahnia Aflaki
      Nedda Aflaki
      Nima Aflaki
      Ashley Alvarez
      David Anderson
      Hannia Antunez
      Christina Askew
      Leslie Avila
      Dahlia Townley - Bakewell
      Kingston Barber
      Renata Bayazitova
      Hiwot Behailu
      Makayla Benson
      Sydney Berry
      Whitney Berry
      Alivia Blissett
      Andrew Blumberg
      Natela Bonaparte
      Patrick Boone
      Jalicia Boulton
      Jalyssa Boulton
      Haeili Bradshaw
      Anthony Bruce
      Leah Buggs
      Paige Burchett
      Rebekah Butler
      Bineta Camara
      Samantha Canale
      Noah Canny
      Elaina Chen
      Evan Chen
      Aidan Clifford
      Haley Cole
      Tamia Coleman
      Moriah ConleyKierston Conner
      Ericka Contreras
      Ariana Cotton
      Rebecca Crislip
      Ramyla Dahmer
      Kaitlyn Douglas
      Chase Echols
      James Elliott
      Eleanor Engstrom
      Ana Enriquez
      Tejasvi Epuri
      Hugh Ferguson
      Alma Gahlaut
      Mira Gahlaut
      Shreya Ganesh
      Diego Gill-Rojas
      Tai Su Goo
      Sofia Gosain
      Anyu Gu
      Cecilia Hatch
      Kamari Hawkins
      Hannah Heaston
      Baron Hendricks
      Rebecca Hernandez
      Christalyn Higgins
      Andrew Hobson
      Arianna Hong
      Julian Hunter
      Temiya James
      Srijith Jawabnavis
      Morgan Johnson
      Nyla Johnson Caleb Jones
      Destyne Jones
      Ella Jones
      Nolan Joyner
      Hannah Lam
      Kathy Lam
      Lillian Lee
      Eilene Liu
      Reid Lloyd
      Elizabeth Love
      Lucas Mallory
      Spoorthi Marada Joselyn Martinez
      Ami Masler Melodee McCoy
      Cabell Mercer
      Aditi Mishra
      Clara Montiel
      Daniella Morales
      Myles Nall
      Andrea Nguyen
      Jessica Nwokeji
      Ellie Pappas
      Khushi Patel
      Alexander Paugh
      William Pelham
      Alondra Pena
      Yupapone Phetsavong
      Jadyn Pinkston
      Kennedy Pillow
      Chase Pittman
      Molly Rachlin Arya Rajesh
      Sari Richmond
      Thomas Riley
      Jordan Robinson
      Martha Robinson
      Rayleigh Salmon
      Neel Saxe
      Sydney Scott
      Samuel Shiberou
      Alexandra Shirley
      Blake Shirley
      Waylon Smith
      Nadia Sommerville
      Uddish Sood
      Ammie Spellings
      Mackenzie Stanton
      Mars Stewart
      Kayla Taylor
      Saron Teklehaimanot
      Camryn Thomas
      Shaniya Thomas
      Izabella Tichenor
      Eduardo Torres
      Ja'Kayla Townsend
      Kathy Trinh
      Mary Williams
      Alyssa Winston
      Kaitlyn Wong
      Amyah Wright
      Ray Wu
      Maanasa Yepuru
      Jacob Zimmerman

     

    Announcements for April 12

    • Any current freshman wishing to take AP Physics 1 and Mechanics during the 2022-2023 school year must see Ms. Cornell in room M210 for placement testing this week after school. This is only required for freshmen.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due TODAY during lunch in the auditorium.
    • Your Memphis Grizzlies have finally finished their best season ever and are ready for the playoffs. Grizz will host their first playoff game this Saturday at 2:30. We want to show as much Memphis spirit as possible by wearing Grizz gear or decorating classrooms in blue and gold or decked out with Grizzlies logos and jerseys for the playoffs on TUESDAY, APRIL 12. We will post pictures tagging @memgrizz and using #GrizzSpirit. If our school shows the best Grizzlies spirit, we'll win $2000!
    • Are you interested in learning about different cultures' New Year celebrations? Come to room F129 after school on April 14th to learn about how three different South Indian cultures celebrate the New Year!
    • Help Girl Up make posters for their fashion show!! This Thursday (4/14) after school in Ms. Fisher’s Room E306!
    • Seniors who want to attend prom should pick up the Prom Expectations and Guidelines sheet and returned it signed before purchasing tickets. Prom ticket sales days will be April 18th-20th. Tickets of $60 per person will be sold only during lunches in the auditorium. Prom itself is May 7th from 7 to 11pm, and each person must have a ticket to enter. Though seniors are allowed to bring only one guest, the guest must be 20 or under and not have been expelled from a MSCS school. Questions should go to Ms. Durham.
    • Spartans are you ready for Varsity Basketball cheer clinics? If so tryout packets are in the main office or visit Coach McCrackin in room M211. Clinics will be held April 25th-28th, and a parent interest meeting on April 19th. Come show us what you got!!!
    • April 2022 FIRE SAFETY EDUCATIONAL ANNOUNCEMENT #4

       

      Good morning students and staff of __ White Station High School__. The April 2022 monthly fire safety activity will not require us to evacuate the building. We will hear our final Fire Safety Educational Announcement for the 2021-22 school year. Please let me have your “undivided attention “as we read this important fire safety information:

      Fire safety starts in school

      School fire drills are a model for students to use in their homes. Memphis Shelby County School students have a responsibility to use the Fire Safety Tips you learn at school to prepare the residents of your home in the event of a residential fire. Please encourage your parents, guardians, and siblings to practice home fire drills.

      In a home fire, you may have less than two minutes to escape. Make sure everyone in your family is prepared for a home fire. Know where to go. Create an exit plan from every room of the house to evacuate family members safely. Know how to get out of every room of your home at least two ways.

      • If the house is full of smoke, “get low on all four” hands and knees and crawl to the nearest exit. If your clothing catches fire, “stop, drop, cover your face, and roll”
      • Get to a designated safety spot in front of your home and a safe distance away. Call 911 and keep everyone close until firefighters arrive

      DO NOT RE-ENTER THE HOUSE WHILE IT IS ON FIRE

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Description automatically generatedInstall and maintain smoke detectors throughout your home. Working smoke detectors are your first line of defense and greatly increase chances of survival. The National Fire Protection Association reports that nearly three in five fire deaths result from home fires with no smoke alarms (or working smoke alarms). Put smoke alarms in every bedroom and outside each sleeping area. Each level of the house should have an alarm.

      • Test smoke detectors at least once a month to ensure the batteries still work. Replace batteries once or twice a year. The nearest Fire Station will provide your home with “free”, working smoke detectors if needed
      • Ask your parents or guardians to inspect the pilot lights, ventilator openings, attics, and fire-prevention systems in the home on a regular basis

       

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Description automatically generatedCooking fires are the top cause of home fires and home injuries, according to the National Fire Protection Association. Meanwhile, heating equipment is a leading cause of home fire deaths. Electricity, smoking, and candles pose their share of fire hazards, too. Fortunately, you can take simple steps to reduce the risks:

      • Stay with your food when you cook. A fire is most likely to occur when the stove is unattended

       

      • Use the back burners of stoves so children can’t accidentally knock over pots or grab something hot
      • Keep the stovetop and oven clean to prevent grease buildup that feed a fire
      • Don’t leave dishtowels hanging on the oven door
      • Keep candles and other sources of open flames out of reach of children and away from anything flammable. If possible, opt for flameless candles
      • Keep curling and clothes irons out of reach of children, and away from ledges, electrical wiring, and flammable materials

       

      • Keep dryer exhausts well-ventilated and free of flammable buildup by cleaning them regularly

       

      • Keep fire extinguishers in common areas like the kitchen, near the fireplace, and near other sources of heat

       

      Remember, practice makes perfect! Practice reduces panic and injuries

      Thanks so much for your attention

    Announcements for April 11

    • The 2022 WordSmith results have been announced: Third Place, 40 Word Dash (grade 9): Genny Feng; Honorable Mention, 120 Word Dash, (grade 10): Sophia Marmion; Third Place, 40 Word Dash (grade 10): Sophia Marmion; Second Place, 400 Word Main Event (grade 10): Vivian Fan; Honorable Mention 400 Word Main Event (grade 10): Sophia Marmion; Medalists (Grade 10): Silver: Vivan Fan; Medalists (Grade 10): Bronze: Sophia Marmion; School Trophy Winners (Grade 10) First Place; 120 Word Dash (grade 11) Honorable Mention: Kingston Barber; 40 Word Dash (grade 12), Honorable Mention: Amanda Cassius
    • The 2022 Optimist Club Oratory Contest Winners have been announced: First place and travelling to compete in the state run-off, Jeffrey Blumberg; Second place, Evan Easley; and Third Place, Navya Naik.
    • Congratulations to all of these Spartan winners.
    • Any current freshman wishing to take AP Physics 1 and Mechanics during the 2022-2023 school year must see Ms. Cornell in room M210 for placement testing this week after school. This is only required for freshmen.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due TOMORROW.
    • Your Memphis Grizzlies have finally finished their best season ever and are ready for the playoffs. Grizz will host their first playoff game this Saturday at 2:30. We want to show as much Memphis spirit as possible by wearing Grizz gear or decorating classrooms in blue and gold or decked out with Grizzlies logos and jerseys for the playoffs on TUESDAY, APRIL 12. We will post pictures tagging @memgrizz and using #GrizzSpirit. If our school shows the best Grizzlies spirit, we'll win $2000!
    • Seniors who want to attend prom should pick up the Prom Expectations and Guidelines sheet and returned it signed before purchasing tickets. Prom ticket sales days will be April 18th-20th. Tickets of $60 per person will be sold only during lunches in the auditorium. Prom itself is May 7th from 7 to 11pm, and each person must have a ticket to enter. Though seniors are allowed to bring only one guest, the guest must be 20 or under and not have been expelled from a MSCS school. Questions should go to Ms. Durham.

    Announcements for April 8

    • With the film premiere of WSHS Thespian Society's "Cliffhanger: Return of the Blue Ghost!" approaching, The Thespian Society will be holding a poster-making meeting TODAY, 2:30-3:45pm in the auditorium! Posters, snacks, and art supplies will be provided, but we encourage you to bring your own. Hope to see you there!
    • If you are interested in joining yearbook in the 2022-2023 school year, please fill out the form linked in the White Station Shield Instagram or on the flyer posted outside Mr. Pentecost’s room M239. Application forms will also be posted in Teams. This class is available for upcoming sophomores through seniors. The deadline to submit the form is TODAY.
    • Any current freshman wishing to take AP Physics 1 and Mechanics during the 2022-2023 school year must see Ms. Cornell in room M210 for placement testing next week after school. This is only required for freshmen.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.
    • Seniors who want to attend prom should pick up the Prom Expectations and Guidelines sheet and returned it signed before purchasing tickets. Prom ticket sales days will be April 18th-20th. Tickets of $60 per person will be sold only during lunches in the auditorium. Prom itself is May 7th from 7 to 11pm, and each person must have a ticket to enter. Though seniors are allowed to bring only one guest, the guest must be 20 or under and not have been expelled from a MSCS school. Questions should go to Ms. Durham.

    Announcements for April 7

    • The LaRose Todd-Coffey Creative Writing Award is pleased to announce our winners for the 2021 contest: Runners Up: Naisha Panjwani for her 3 poem collection and Karamey Watson for her excerpt from "Dog Bark". 2nd place goes to Jasper Liles for his excerpt from "Post Mortem". And our 1st place winner is Anastasia Karasev for her poem "Ashen". Congratulations to our winners, and a huge thank you to all of our student contributors. Current juniors and sophomores, we look forward to seeing your work next year!
    • Seniors: the Spartan Scholar Athletes will be taking a group photo during 4th period TODAY. Students, report to 4th period and wait to be called down near 10:15. Teachers, you are being emailed a final roster this morning.
    • The HOSA club has invited speakers from the UT Health Science Center to present a seminar on skin cancer prevention. They will also be sharing their experiences in medical school and how to become a competitive candidate for medical school. This event is open to all students and will take place after school in Dr. Madu's room (M134) TODAY.
    • Those who received CPR/AED training, can pick up their certifications at the HOSA event TODAY after school.
    • With the film premiere of WSHS Thespian Society's "Cliffhanger: Return of the Blue Ghost!" approaching, The Thespian Society will be holding a poster-making meeting FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 2:30-3:45pm in the auditorium! Posters, snacks, and art supplies will be provided, but we encourage you to bring your own. Hope to see you there!
    • Any current freshman wishing to take AP Physics 1 and Mechanics during the 2022-2023 school year must see Ms. Cornell in room M210 for placement testing next week after school. This is only required for freshmen.
    • Shelby County Schools would like to recognize the efforts of every graduating Senior who has completed at least eight (8) hours of Service-Learning, Volunteering, or Community Service. Each qualifying Senior will receive a special certificate from Superintendent Joris M. Ray recognizing this accomplishment. Please complete the Community Service Form Link in your counselor's team.
    • If you are interested in joining yearbook in the 2022-2023 school year, please fill out the form linked in the White Station Shield Instagram or on the flyer posted outside Mr. Pentecost’s room M239. Application forms will also be posted in Teams. This class is available for upcoming sophomores through seniors. The deadline to submit the form is FRIDAY.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.
    • Tell your friends and family! WSHS's film, "Cliffhanger: Return of the Blue Ghost'' will be premiering SATURDAY, APRIL 16, in the WSHS Auditorium at 5:30pm. Doors will open at 4:30pm and there will be a celebratory awards show immediately after the movie ends. This film has spent MONTHS in production, and the cast & crew would love to see you there!
    • Seniors who want to attend prom should pick up the Prom Expectations and Guidelines sheet and returned it signed before purchasing tickets. Prom ticket sales days will be April 18th-20th. Tickets of $60 per person will be sold only during lunches in the auditorium. Prom itself is May 7th from 7 to 11pm, and each person must have a ticket to enter. Though seniors are allowed to bring only one guest, the guest must be 20 or under and not have been expelled from a MSCS school. Questions should go to Ms. Durham.

    Announcements for April 6

    • Our 2022 Cadet Challenge Team won the City-wide Cadet Challenge Competition that was held on Friday, April 1st bringing home the 1st Place trophy. We are so proud of them! The team members are: Trayton Holmes, Dylan Heaston, Marco Villa, Kaitlyn Cooper, and Rebecca Hernandez. Villa Marco and Rebecca Hernandez was also awarded for doing the most curl-ups (sit-ups).
    • Any current freshman wishing to take AP Physics 1 and Mechanics during the 2022-2023 school year must see Ms. Cornell in room M210 for placement testing next week after school. This is only required for freshmen.
    • Attention all students who submitted to the LaRose Todd-Coffey Creative Writing Prize and Contest! We will be holding the prize ceremony TODAY after school at 3:00 PM in the courtyard. This is where the winners will be announced, so we would love to have all our contestants present. We look forward to the student reading, as well as presenting our winners with their well-deserved rewards.
    • Senior graduation announcements and accessories will be delivered TODAY during all lunches in the cafeteria.
    • Current NHS members should consult the TEAMS announcement regarding tutoring and service hours.
    • Seniors: the Spartan Scholar Athletes will be taking a group photo at the beginning of 4th period TOMORROW. The list will be posted at the main office and Mrs. Kannady’s room. You will also be emailed an invitation.
    • The HOSA club has invited speakers from the UT Health Science Center to present a seminar on skin cancer prevention. They will also be sharing their experiences in medical school and how to become a competitive candidate for medical school. This event is open to all students and will take place after school in Dr. Madu's room (M134) TOMORROW.
    • Those who received CPR/AED training, can pick up their certifications at the HOSA event TOMORROW after school.
    • Shelby County Schools would like to recognize the efforts of every graduating Senior who has completed at least eight (8) hours of Service-Learning, Volunteering, or Community Service. Each qualifying Senior will receive a special certificate from Superintendent Joris M. Ray recognizing this accomplishment. Please complete the Community Service Form Link in your counselor's team.
    • If you are interested in joining yearbook in the 2022-2023 school year, please fill out the form linked in the White Station Shield Instagram or on the flyer posted outside Mr. Pentecost’s room M239. Application forms will also be posted in Teams. This class is available for upcoming sophomores through seniors. The deadline to submit the form is April 8th.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.
    • Seniors who want to attend prom should pick up the Prom Expectations and Guidelines sheet and returned it signed before purchasing tickets. Prom ticket sales days will be April 18th-20th. Tickets of $60 per person will be sold only during lunches in the auditorium. Prom itself is May 7th from 7 to 11pm, and each person must have a ticket to enter. Though seniors are allowed to bring only one guest, the guest must be 20 or under and not have been expelled from a MSCS school. Questions should go to Ms. Durham.

    Announcements for April 5

    • NHS candidates are reminded of the mandatory induction rehearsal TODAY at 2:20 in the auditorium. Please bring your dues and the printed, properly formatted paragraph.
    • The Science National Honor Society will be hosting a tutoring session for STEM-related subjects after school TODAY in Ms. Cornell's room (M210). All students are welcome to tutor or be tutored. Hope to see you there!
    • Attention all students who submitted to the LaRose Todd-Coffey Creative Writing Prize and Contest! We will be holding the prize ceremony TOMORROW after school at 3:00 PM in the courtyard. This is where the winners will be announced, so we would love to have all our contestants present. We look forward to the student reading, as well as presenting our winners with their well-deserved rewards.
    • Senior graduation announcements and accessories will be delivered TOMORROW during all lunches in the cafeteria.
    • Current NHS members should consult the TEAMS announcement regarding tutoring and service hours.
    • Seniors: the Spartan Scholar Athletes will be taking a group photo at the beginning of 4th period on Thursday. The list will be posted at the main office and Mrs. Kannady’s room. You will also be emailed an invitation.
    • The HOSA club has invited speakers from the UT Health Science Center to prevent a seminar on skin cancer prevention. They will also be sharing their experiences in medical school and how to become a competitive candidate for medical school. This event is open to all students and will take place after school in Dr. Madu's room (M134) this Thursday.
    • Those who received CPR/AED training, can pick up their certifications at the HOSA event on Thursday after school.
    • Shelby County Schools would like to recognize the efforts of every graduating Senior who has completed at least eight (8) hours of Service-Learning, Volunteering, or Community Service.. Each qualifying Senior will receive a special certificate from Superintendent Joris M. Ray recognizing this accomplishment. Please complete the Community Service Form Link in your counselor's team.
    • If you are interested in joining yearbook in the 2022-2023 school year, please fill out the form linked in the White Station Shield Instagram or on the flyer posted outside Mr. Pentecost’s room M239. Application forms will also be posted in Teams. This class is available for upcoming sophomores through seniors. The deadline to submit the form is April 8th.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.
    • Seniors who want to attend prom should pick up the Prom Expectations and Guidelines sheet and returned it signed before purchasing tickets. Prom ticket sales days will be April 18th-20th. Tickets of $60 per person will be sold only during lunches in the auditorium. Prom itself is May 7th from 7 to 11pm, and each person must have a ticket to enter. Though seniors are allowed to bring only one guest, the guest must be 20 or under and not have been expelled from a MSCS school. Questions should go to Ms. Durham.

    Announcements for April 4

    • NHS candidates are reminded of the mandatory induction rehearsal TOMORROW at 2:20 in the auditorium. Please bring your dues and the printed, properly formatted paragraph.
    • Senior graduation announcements and accessories will be delivered WEDNESDAY during all lunches in the cafeteria.
    • The Science National Honor Society will be hosting a tutoring session for STEM-related subjects after school TOMORROW in Ms. Cornell's room (M210). All students are welcome to tutor or be tutored. Hope to see you there!
    • Current NHS members should consult the TEAMS announcement regarding tutoring and service hours.
    • Seniors: the Spartan Scholar Athletes will be taking a group photo at the beginning of 4th period on Thursday. The list will be posted at the main office and Mrs. Kannady’s room. You will also be emailed an invitation.
    • If you are interested in joining yearbook in the 2022-2023 school year, please fill out the form linked in the White Station Shield Instagram or on the flyer posted outside Mr. Pentecost’s room M239. Application forms will also be posted in Teams. This class is available for upcoming sophomores through seniors. The deadline to submit the form is April 8th.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.
    • Seniors who want to attend prom should pick up the Prom Expectations and Guidelines sheet and returned it signed before purchasing tickets. Prom ticket sales days will be April 18th-20th. Tickets of $60 per person will be sold only during lunches in the auditorium. Prom itself is May 7th from 7 to 11pm, and each person must have a ticket to enter. Though seniors are allowed to bring only one guest, the guest must be 20 or under and not have been expelled from a MSCS school. Questions should go to Ms. Durham.

    Announcements for April 1

    • White Station is pleased to congratulate Journey Brinson! Her poem "We are all Earth" won fourth place in the statewide Poetry Society of TN student competition. Congratulations on this wonderful achievement and keep writing.
    • Congratulations to the HOSA members who represented the West District Region in the Regional finals in Knoxville, and to the following students who will be representing the state of Tennessee in national finals:
    • Elechi Madu - 1st place-Personal Care
    • Jonathan Mehrotra - 1st place-Epidemiology
    • Alice Chao &Shivani Menon - 3rd place-Health Career Display
    • Congratulations to the following students for making the 2022-2023 football cheer team:
    • TODAY, HOSA will be hosting a guest speaker event with Chris Camp. He will be talking about the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program at Southwest along with sharing his experience in the EMS field. This will take place after school in Dr. Madu's room (M134).
    • NHS current members are reminded to turn in all documentation TODAY after school in the cafeteria. If you are not done with your work, see Mr. Robbins or Ms. Vancil at the cafeteria after school TODAY.
    • NHS candidates are reminded of the mandatory induction rehearsal Tuesday, April 5th at 2:20 in the auditorium. Please bring your dues and printed, properly formatted paragraph.
    • Seniors graduation announcements/accessories will be delivered on Wednesday, April 6th, during ALL Lunches in the Cafeteria.
    • “If you are interested in joining yearbook in the 2022-2023 school year, please fill out the form linked in the white station shield Instagram or on the flyer posted outside of Mr. Pentecost’s room, M239. Application form will also be posted in Teams. This class is available for upcoming sophomores though seniors. The deadline to submit the form is April 8th
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.
    • Seniors, Prom ticket sale has changed due to testing. We will be selling proms tickets April 18th – April 20th Prom tickets of $60 per person will be sold only April 18– 20th only during all lunches in the auditorium…no exceptions. Prom is May 7th at The Esplanade from 7-11. Each person must have a ticket to enter. Each senior is allowed to bring only one guest. The guest can be 20 or under. The guest cannot be a student who is on an expulsion from any MSCS school. Each student must have a Prom Expectations and Guideline sheet signed before purchasing tickets. This form can be picked up in the student support office. If you have any questions regarding prom …please reach out to Ms. Durham.

    Announcements for March 31

    • TOMORROW, HOSA will be hosting a guest speaker event with Chris Camp. He will be talking about the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program at Southwest along with sharing his experience in the EMS field. This will take place after school in Dr. Madu's room (M134).
    • NHS current members are reminded to turn in all documentation TOMORROW after school in the cafeteria. If you are not done with your work, see Mr. Robbins or Ms. Vancil at the cafeteria after school TOMORROW.
    • NHS candidates are reminded of the mandatory induction rehearsal Tuesday, April 5th at 2:20 in the auditorium. Please bring your dues and printed, properly formatted paragraph.
    • Seniors graduation announcements/accessories will be delivered on Wednesday, April 6th, during ALL Lunches in the Cafeteria.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.
    • Seniors, Prom ticket sale has changed due to testing. We will be selling proms tickets April 18th – April 20th Prom tickets of $60 per person will be sold only April 18– 20th only during all lunches in the auditorium…no exceptions. Prom is May 7th at The Esplanade from 7-11. Each person must have a ticket to enter. Each senior is allowed to bring only one guest. The guest can be 20 or under. The guest cannot be a student who is on an expulsion from any MSCS school. Each student must have a Prom Expectations and Guideline sheet signed before purchasing tickets. This form can be picked up in the student support office. If you have any questions regarding prom …please reach out to Ms. Durham.

    Announcements for March 30

    • This Friday, HOSA will be hosting a guest speaker event with Chris Camp. He will be talking about the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program at Southwest along with sharing his experience in the EMS field. This will take place afterschool in Dr. Madu's room (M134).
    • Seniors graduation announcements/accessories will be delivered on Wednesday, April 6th, during ALL Lunches in the Cafeteria.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.
    • Seniors, Prom tickets of $60 per person will be sold only April 19– 22 only during all lunches in the auditorium…no exceptions. Prom is May 7th at The Esplanade from 7-11. Each person must have a ticket to enter. Each senior is allowed to bring only one guest. The guest can be 20 or under. The guest cannot be a student who is on an expulsion from any MSCS school. Each student must have a Prom Expectations and Guideline sheet signed before purchasing tickets. This form can be picked up in the student support office. If you have any questions regarding prom …please reach out to Ms. Durham

    Announcements for March 30

    • This Friday, HOSA will be hosting a guest speaker event with Chris Camp. He will be talking about the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program at Southwest along with sharing his experience in the EMS field. This will take place afterschool in Dr. Madu's room (M134).
    • Seniors graduation announcements/accessories will be delivered on Wednesday, April 6th, during ALL Lunches in the Cafeteria.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.
    • Seniors, Prom tickets of $60 per person will be sold only April 19– 22 only during all lunches in the auditorium…no exceptions. Prom is May 7th at The Esplanade from 7-11. Each person must have a ticket to enter. Each senior is allowed to bring only one guest. The guest can be 20 or under. The guest cannot be a student who is on an expulsion from any MSCS school. Each student must have a Prom Expectations and Guideline sheet signed before purchasing tickets. This form can be picked up in the student support office. If you have any questions regarding prom …please reach out to Ms. Durham.

    Announcements for March 29

    • The WSHS Baseball Fundraiser at Torchy's TODAY from 4-10. Also, the team has a double header at Tobey Field TODAY 3:30 and 5:30.
    • Seniors graduation announcements/accessories will be delivered on Wednesday, April 6th, during ALL Lunches in the Cafeteria.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.
    • Seniors, Prom tickets of $60 per person will be sold only April 19– 22 only during all lunches in the auditorium…no exceptions. Prom is May 7th at The Esplanade from 7-11. Each person must have a ticket to enter. Each senior is allowed to bring only one guest. The guest can be 20 or under. The guest cannot be a student who is on an expulsion from any MSCS school. Each student must have a Prom Expectations and Guideline sheet signed before purchasing tickets. This form can be picked up in the student support office. If you have any questions regarding prom …please reach out to Ms. Durham.

    Announcements for March 28

    • Congratulations to the following art students who won nationally in the 2022 Scholastic Art Awards. Spartans picked up the most wins in the Mid-South!! Senior Aayush Jain: Gold Medal, Senior Celeste Rodriguez: Gold Medal, Junior Spoorthi Marada : Silver Medal. Their work will be on display at Carnegie Hall in New York this summer!
    • Congratulations to Alexandra Shirley & Shaniya Thomas as 2022 NCWIT Aspirations in Computing (AiC) award recipients! Alexandra and Shaniya were selected from more than 3,500 applicants from all 50 U.S. states, Washington, D.C., Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, U.S. overseas military bases, and Canada. The NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing (AiC) honors 9th-12th grade women, genderqueer, and non-binary students for their computing-related achievements and interests and encourages them to pursue their passions."
    • Are you interested in being on E-Board? If so, the election, called Nomination Convention or NomCon, is taking place April 21 after school at 2:30 PM. The applications are open now and will close Monday, April 4. The application is on the school website and the E-Board Instagram, @wshseboard. Anyone in the school (except seniors) can run for E-Board!
    • The WSHS Baseball Fundraiser at Torchy's TOMORROW from 4-10. Also, the team has a double header at Tobey Field Tomorrow 3:30 and 5:30.
    • Seniors graduation announcements/accessories will be delivered on Wednesday, April 6th, during ALL Lunches in the Cafeteria.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.
    • Seniors, Prom tickets of $60 per person will be sold only April 19– 22 only during all lunches in the auditorium…no exceptions. Prom is May 7th at The Esplanade from 7-11. Each person must have a ticket to enter. Each senior is allowed to bring only one guest. The guest can be 20 or under. The guest cannot be a student who is on an expulsion from any MSCS school. Each student must have a Prom Expectations and Guideline sheet signed before purchasing tickets. This form can be picked up in the student support office. If you have any questions regarding prom …please reach out to Ms. Durham.

    Announcements for March 25

    • The Scroll staff would like to thank the 66 students who attended the newspaper interest meeting before break. Students who submitted all parts of the application should have received an email Thursday night. Those invited to the next phase of the process must sign up for an interview using the link in the email.
    • Congrats to the White Station Baseball teams first win last night vs. Olive Branch High School
    • Spartans play today at home @ 4 pm and TOMORROW Jv has a game at 10 varsity at 12:30 against FACS.
    • The WSHS E-Board's Spring Blood Drive is TODAY. If you signed up to donate, please report to the senior parking lot 10-15 minutes before your scheduled time during the school day.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Ben and Jerry's TODAY from 3:00 to 10:00 PM. Be sure to nominate your favorite teacher to scoop ice cream alongside Eboard members!! DM @wshseboard on Instagram for your nominations! Come out and support them!!
    • There will be the AED training by HOSA TODAY in Dr Madu's room after school for students who participate in the CPR training in the fall.
    • Come out to support the Girl Up Club’s period drive March 26 from 12-2 pm! Bring all products to the auditorium! Products can also be brought to Ms. Young’s Room M-109 every day this week!
    • Are you interested in being on E-Board? If so, the election, called Nomination Convention or NomCon, is taking place April 21 after school at 2:30 PM. The applications are open now and will close Monday, April 4. The application is on the school website and the E-Board Instagram, @wshseboard. Anyone in the school (except seniors) can run for E-Board!
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.
    • Seniors, Prom tickets of $60 per person will be sold only April 19– 22 only during all lunches in the auditorium…no exceptions. Prom is May 7th at The Esplanade from 7-11. Each person must have a ticket to enter. Each senior is allowed to bring only one guest. The guest can be 20 or under. The guest cannot be a student who is on an expulsion from any MSCS school. Each student must have a Prom Expectations and Guideline sheet signed before purchasing tickets. This form can be picked up in the student support office. If you have any questions regarding prom …please reach out to Ms. Durham.

    Announcements for March 24

    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Spring Blood Drive this Friday from 7:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. If you are interested in being a blood donor, come to the cafeteria stage during your lunch period to sign up! Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Ben and Jerry's this Friday from 3:00 to 10:00 PM. Be sure to nominate your favorite teacher to scoop ice cream alongside Eboard members!! DM @wshseboard on Instagram for your nominations! Come out and support them!!
    • There will be the AED training by HOSA this Friday in Dr Madu's room after school for students who participate in the CPR training in the fall.
    • Come out to support the Girl Up Club’s period drive March 26 from 12-2 pm! Bring all products to the auditorium! Products can also be brought to Ms. Young’s Room M-109 every day this week!
    • Are you interested in being on E-Board? If so, the election, called Nomination Convention or NomCon, is taking place April 21 after school at 2:30 PM. The applications are open and will close Monday, April 4. The application is on the school website and the E-Board Instagram, @wshseboard. Anyone in the school (except seniors) can run for E-Board!
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.
    • Seniors, Prom tickets of $60 per person will be sold only April 19– 22 only during all lunches in the auditorium…no exceptions. Prom is May 7th at The Esplanade from 7-11. Each person must have a ticket to enter. Each senior is allowed to bring only one guest. The guest can be 20 or under. The guest cannot be a student who is on an expulsion from any MSCS school. Each student must have a Prom Expectations and Guideline sheet signed before purchasing tickets. This form can be picked up in the student support office. If you have any questions regarding prom …please reach out to Ms. Durham.

    Announcements for March 23

    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Spring Blood Drive this Friday from 7:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. If you are interested in being a blood donor, come to the cafeteria stage during your lunch period to sign up! Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Ben and Jerry's this Friday from 3:00 to 10:00 PM. Be sure to nominate your favorite teacher to scoop ice cream alongside Eboard members!! DM @wshseboard on Instagram for your nominations! Come out and support them!!
    • There will be the AED training by HOSA this Friday in Dr Madu's room after school for students who participate in the CPR training in the fall.
    • Come out to support the Girl Up Club’s period drive March 26 from 12-2 pm! Bring all products to the auditorium! Products can also be brought to Ms. Young’s Room M-109 every day this week!
    • Are you interested in being on E-Board? If so, the election, called Nomination Convention or NomCon, is taking place April 21 after school at 2:30 PM. The application are open and will close Monday, April 4. The application is on the school website and the E-Board Instagram, @wshseboard. Anyone in the school (except seniors) can run for E-Board!
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.
    • Seniors, Prom tickets will be sold the April 19– 22 during all lunches in the auditorium. They will be on sale for these four days only. They will only be sold during lunch time…no exceptions. Prom is May 7th at The Esplanade from 7-11. The prom tickets are $60 per person. Each person must have a ticket to enter. Each senior is allowed to bring one guest only. The guest can be 20 or under. The guest can not be a student who is on an expulsion from any MSCS school. Each student must have a Prom Expectations and Guideline sheet signed before purchasing tickets. This form can be picked up in the student support office. If you have any questions regarding prom …please reach out to Ms. Durham.

    Announcements for March 22

    • We would like to congratulate the JROTC Knowledge Bowl Team for winning the 7th Brigade Championship. The team is Commanded by Cadet Aditi Mishra. The members that competed are Cadets Sarah Terhune, Aanya Kabra, Brindha Kottu, Andrew Yount and Amy Zhang. We would also like to congratulate our Battalion Commander, Cadet Annie Wilford for winning the 7th Brigade Hip Pocket ROTC Scholarship. This is a 4-year scholarship. Finally, congratulations to the Color Guard, Armed and Unarmed Drill Teams and the Marksmanship Team for having the opportunity to compete at 7th Brigade.
    • Colleges coming to campus are as follows: University of Memphis for a Gear Up Day for Seniors to complete paperwork and prepare for orientation, TODAY 2nd and 3rd period All college visits will take place in the library.
    • If you are interested in trying out for the football cheer team, please go to cheerwshs.shutterfly.com to view and download the necessary tryout packet.
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Spring Blood Drive this Friday from 7:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. If you are interested in being a blood donor, come to the cafeteria stage during your lunch period to sign up! Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Ben and Jerry's this Friday from 3:00 to 10:00 PM. Be sure to nominate your favorite teacher to scoop ice cream alongside Eboard members!! DM @wshseboard on Instagram for your nominations! Come out and support them!!
    • There will be the AED training by HOSA this Friday in Dr Madu's room after school for students who participate in the CPR training in the fall.
    • Come out to support the Girl Up Club’s period drive March 26 from 12-2 pm! Bring all products to the auditorium! Products can also be brought to Ms. Young’s Room M-109 every day this week!
    • Are you interested in being on E-Board? If so, the election, called Nomination Convention or NomCon, is taking place April 21 after school at 2:30 PM. The application are open and will close Monday, April 4. The application is on the school website and the E-Board Instagram, @wshseboard. Anyone in the school (except seniors) can run for E-Board!
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.

    Announcements for March 21

    • Colleges coming to campus are as follows: Air Force TODAY 3rd period; and University of Memphis for a Gear Up Day for Seniors to complete paperwork and prepare for orientation, TOMORROW 2nd and 3rd period All college visits will take place in the library.
    • If you are interested in trying out for the football cheer team, please go to cheerwshs.shutterfly.com to view and download the necessary tryout packet.
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Spring Blood Drive on Friday, March 25th from 7:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. If you are interested in being a blood donor, come to the cafeteria stage during your lunch period to sign up! Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Ben and Jerry's on Friday, March 25th from 3:00 to 10:00 PM. Be sure to nominate your favorite teacher to scoop ice cream alongside Eboard members!! DM @wshseboard on Instagram for your nominations! Come out and support them!!
    • There will be the AED training by HOSA on Friday the 25th in Dr Madu's room after school for students who participate in the CPR training in the fall.
    • Come out to support the Girl Up Club’s period drive March 26 from 12-2 pm! Bring all products to the auditorium! Products can also be brought to Ms. Young’s Room M-109 every day this week!
    • Are you interested in being on E-Board? If so, the election, called Nomination Convention or NomCon, is taking place April 21 after school at 2:30 PM. The application opens Monday, March 21 and will close Monday, April 4. The application is on the school website and the E-Board Instagram, @wshseboard. Anyone in the school (except seniors) can run for E-Board!
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.

    Announcements for March 11

    • Colleges coming to campus are as follows: Air Force Monday, March 21 3rd period; and University of Memphis for a Gear Up Day for Seniors to complete paperwork and prepare for orientation, March 22 2nd and 3rd period All college visits will take place in the library.
    • If you are interested in trying out for the football cheer team, please go to cheerwshs.shutterfly.com to view and download the necessary tryout packet.
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Spring Blood Drive on Friday, March 25th from 7:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. Starting this Wednesday, March 2nd, the E-Board will be in the cafeteria to pass out consent forms and schedule blood drive appointments. If you are interested in being a blood donor, come to the cafeteria stage during your lunch period to sign up! Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Ben and Jerry's on Friday, March 25th from 3:00 to 10:00 PM. Be sure to nominate your favorite teacher to scoop ice cream alongside Eboard members!! DM @wshseboard on Instagram for your nominations! Come out and support them!!
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.

    Announcements for March 10

    • A big congratulations to artists: Aayush Jain and Catherine Kellett for being selected as FINALISTS in the International Airport Art Contest. Only 60 of 400 submissions were selected to be hung for a full year in the Memphis airport! GO SPARTAN ARTISTS!
    • The Strive Together Club has its introductory meeting TODAY in room M111 during your lunch period.
    • Auditions for the spring musical, Guys and Dolls, will be held immediately after school TODAY in the choir room, M022. Please bring one stylistically appropriate audition piece with sheet music. Please see Mr. Powell with any questions.
    • Today is White Station day at CHINGS wings on Getwell! Represent your school and get a percentage off your meal!
    • All Spartans are reminded to wear GREEN TODAY and bring money to support efforts for the Ukraine.
    • Seniors, there will be a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period TOMORROW. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate.
    • Colleges coming to campus are as follows: Air Force Monday, March 21 3rd period; and University of Memphis for a Gear Up Day for Seniors to complete paperwork and prepare for orientation, March 22 2nd and 3rd period All college visits will take place in the library.
    • For anyone interested in football cheerleading, there will be a MANDATORY parent meeting with important information detailing this upcoming season at 5:30 on Tuesday, March 22nd in the cafeteria. Tryouts are pending gym approval but are scheduled for Monday March 28th, Tuesday March 29th and Thursday March 31st from 2:45-4:45 in the east gym. Paperwork will be available soon to download and print. If you have any additional questions please come see Coach Kelci in room F210. Thanks and we can’t wait to get this season started!!!!!
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Spring Blood Drive on Friday, March 25th from 7:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. Starting this Wednesday, March 2nd, the E-Board will be in the cafeteria to pass out consent forms and schedule blood drive appointments. If you are interested in being a blood donor, come to the cafeteria stage during your lunch period to sign up! Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.

    Announcements for March 9

    • Congrats to the Lady Spartan Lacrosse team for a big regional win last night. Emmy Yang tallied two goals along with a goal each for Michelle Le, Elaina Chen, and Allie Totty....but the night belonged to senior captain Cassidy Jones. Cassidy put 11 goals into the back of the net including the game winning dagger in sudden death overtime for a 16-15 Spartan win over Bartlett High School. Come out TOMORROW and GREEN OUT when lady Spartans lacrosse takes on the Lynx at Lausanne!
    • Dear yearning actors-to-be, auditions for this year's One Acts will be held TODAY during ALL LUNCHES in the auditorium. All you need to prepare is a one-minute contemporary monologue. A sign-up sheet can be found on the auditorium door closest to the cafeteria. Online auditions will be accepted at 2022playpro@gmail.com until Wednesday night if you cannot make it to the physical audition, but it is highly preferred that you audition in person. Audition sheets can be picked up from Mr. Lawrence starting Monday, March 5th. An audition form MUST be filled out in order to audition. Whether you’re dipping your toes into acting or already a veteran, our Senior-directed One Acts will be your spotlight!
    • The Strive Together Club has its introductory TOMORROW in room M111 during your lunch period.
    • Auditions for the spring musical, Guys and Dolls, will be held immediately after school TOMORROW in the choir room, M022. Please bring one stylistically appropriate audition piece with sheet music. Please see Mr. Powell with any questions.
    • All Spartans are reminded to wear GREEN TOMORROW.
    • Seniors, there will be a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period FRIDAY. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate.
    • Colleges coming to campus are as follows: Air Force Monday, March 21 3rd period; and University of Memphis for a Gear Up Day for Seniors to complete paperwork and prepare for orientation, March 22 2nd and 3rd period All college visits will take place in the library.
    • For anyone interested in football cheerleading, there will be a MANDATORY parent meeting with important information detailing this upcoming season at 5:30 on Tuesday, March 22nd in the cafeteria. Tryouts are pending gym approval but are scheduled for Monday March 28th, Tuesday March 29th and Thursday March 31st from 2:45-4:45 in the east gym. Paperwork will be available soon to download and print. If you have any additional questions please come see Coach Kelci in room F210. Thanks and we can’t wait to get this season started!!!!!
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Spring Blood Drive on Friday, March 25th from 7:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. Starting this Wednesday, March 2nd, the E-Board will be in the cafeteria to pass out consent forms and schedule blood drive appointments. If you are interested in being a blood donor, come to the cafeteria stage during your lunch period to sign up! Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.

    Announcements for March 8

    • Colleges coming to campus are as follows: Air Force Monday, March 21 3rd period; and University of Memphis for a Gear Up Day for Seniors to complete paperwork and prepare for orientation, March 22 2nd and 3rd period All college visits will take place in the library.
    • NHS Current Members are reminded of the mandatory meeting TODAY at 2:20 in the cafeteria. Please have your hours and money or canned goods ready for submission.
    • Dear yearning actors-to-be, auditions for this year's One Acts will be held on Wednesday, March 9th, during ALL LUNCHES in the auditorium. All you need to prepare is a one-minute contemporary monologue. A sign-up sheet can be found on the auditorium door closest to the cafeteria. Online auditions will be accepted at 2022playpro@gmail.com until Wednesday night if you cannot make it to the physical audition, but it is highly preferred that you audition in person. Audition sheets can be picked up from Mr. Lawrence starting Monday, March 5th. An audition form MUST be filled out in order to audition. Whether you’re dipping your toes into acting or already a veteran, our Senior-directed One Acts will be your spotlight!
    • The Strive Together Club has its introductory THURSDAY in room M111 during your lunch period.
    • Auditions for the spring musical, Guys and Dolls, will be held immediately after school Thursday in the choir room, M022. Please bring one stylistically appropriate audition piece with sheet music. Please see Mr. Powell with any questions.
    • Seniors, there will be a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period FRIDAY. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate.
    • For anyone interested in football cheerleading, there will be a MANDATORY parent meeting with important information detailing this upcoming season at 5:30 on Tuesday, March 22nd in the cafeteria. Tryouts are pending gym approval but are scheduled for Monday March 28th, Tuesday March 29th and Thursday March 31st from 2:45-4:45 in the east gym. Paperwork will be available soon to download and print. If you have any additional questions please come see Coach Kelci in room F210. Thanks and we can’t wait to get this season started!!!!!
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Spring Blood Drive on Friday, March 25th from 7:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. Starting this Wednesday, March 2nd, the E-Board will be in the cafeteria to pass out consent forms and schedule blood drive appointments. If you are interested in being a blood donor, come to the cafeteria stage during your lunch period to sign up! Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.

    Announcements for March 7

    • Congratulations to our WSHS Math Team, who placed 1st in the state’s Math League and 3rd nationally!
    • Colleges coming to campus are as follows: Stillman College TODAY 3rd period; Air Force Monday, March 21 3rd period; and University of Memphis for a Gear Up Day for Seniors to complete paperwork and prepare for orientation, March 22 2nd and 3rd period All college visits will take place in the library.
    • Juniors, are you in good academic standing? Do you have an HBCU school on your list, but want more information? Do you want to add an HBCU school to your college list, but want to learn more? If you answered YES to ALL three questions, pick up an HBCU college fair permission from Mrs. Heaston in the Guidance Department. The college fair will be on March 9, from 11-1 pm. Only the first 100 completed signed permission slips will be accepted. The deadline to return your permission slip to Mrs. Heaston is TODAY, no later than 8:00 am.
    • Students who are interested in learning about White Station's newspaper journalism program are encouraged to attend an interest meeting TODAY at 2:30 pm. The meeting will provide an overview of the class and the expectations of staff members for the school newspaper, The Scroll. Those who attend will receive an application for the newspaper staff. The meeting will be held in E-208, Mr. Harrison's room, which is across from the Guidance suite, TODAY at 2:30 pm.
    • Russia has invaded Ukraine. Do you have questions? Do you want to feel better equipped to follow events as an active citizen? Join Mr. Rakestraw, Mr. Stephenson and Mr. Tingley TODAY after school for our second special event on the war in Ukraine. It will be both in-person and streaming live on Teams. See the flyers on campus for the link to the Teams meeting or see us in the library at 2.30pm!
    • Dear yearning actors-to-be, auditions for this year's One Acts will be held on Wednesday, March 9th, during ALL LUNCHES in the auditorium. All you need to prepare is a one-minute contemporary monologue. A sign-up sheet can be found on the auditorium door closest to the cafeteria. Audition sheets can be picked up from Mr. Lawrence starting TODAY. An audition form MUST be filled out to audition. Whether you’re dipping your toes into acting or already a veteran, our Senior-directed One Acts will be your spotlight!
    • NHS Current Members are reminded of the mandatory meeting Tuesday, March 8 at 2:20 in the cafeteria. Please have your hours and money or canned goods ready for submission.
    • The Strive Together Club has its the introductory on March 10th in room M111 during your lunch period.
    • Auditions for the spring musical, Guys and Dolls, will be held immediately after school Thursday, March 10th in the choir room, M022. Please bring one stylistically appropriate audition piece with sheet music. Please see Mr. Powell with any questions.
    • Seniors, there will be a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period on March 11th. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate.
    • For anyone interested in football cheerleading, there will be a MANDATORY parent meeting with important information detailing this upcoming season at 5:30 on Tuesday, March 22nd in the cafeteria. Tryouts are pending gym approval but are scheduled for Monday March 28th, Tuesday March 29th and Thursday March 31st from 2:45-4:45 in the east gym. Paperwork will be available soon to download and print. If you have any additional questions please come see Coach Kelci in room F210. Thanks and we can’t wait to get this season started!!!!!
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Spring Blood Drive on Friday, March 25th from 7:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. Starting this Wednesday, March 2nd, the E-Board will be in the cafeteria to pass out consent forms and schedule blood drive appointments. If you are interested in being a blood donor, come to the cafeteria stage during your lunch period to sign up! Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.

    Announcements for March 4

    • Please help me congratulate the Cadets who won 15 of the 20 Corps-level boards. We are so proud of each one of them. These Cadets will be recognized at the JROTC Annual Awards Ceremony: Annie Wilford - Corps Commander, Arianna Hong - Corps Personnel Officer, Nedda Aflaki - Corps Security Officer, Aditi Mishra - Corps Operations and Training Officer, Anila Fariab - Corps Public Affairs Officer, Shivani Menon - Corps Special Projects Officer, Charity Osedo - Best Company Commander, Rebecca Crislip - Best First Sergeant. Special Awards Winners were Sarah Terbune, Evan Easley, Aanya Kabra, Kelsie Gaither, Ava Guazzo, Shirley Alexander, and Lovie Chang.
    • Colleges coming to campus are as follows:

    Stillman College Monday 3rd period

    Air Force Monday, March 21 3rd period

    University of Memphis for a Gear Up Day for Seniors to complete paperwork and prepare for orientation, March 22 2nd and 3rd period

    All college visits will take place in the library.

    • If you are participating in dodgeball during the pep rally, PLEASE return the waiver to M110 as soon as possible.
    • Advanced Placement students must pay their balance TODAY. The APTS system will shut down. You will not be allowed to pay after the TODAY’S deadline. Please make sure to pay you balance.
    • National Honor Society CANDIDATES, please see your email for an update on your application.
    • In honor of this year’s Tennessee Arbor Day, the Spruce Up Sparta Club is giving away pots of white oak acorns TODAY. These acorns require very little care to sprout into beautiful, ecologically important trees. If you are interested in sprouting some acorns in your classroom or taking some home to eventually be planted outdoors, please come to the front of the auditorium Friday after school to grab a pot and get easy care instructions! Happy Tennessee Arbor Day from The Spruce Up Sparta Club!
    • Juniors, are you in good academic standing? Do you have an HBCU school on your list, but want more information? Do you want to add an HBCU school to your college list, but want to learn more? If you answered YES to ALL three questions, pick up an HBCU college fair permission from Mrs. Heaston in the Guidance Department. The college fair will be on March 9, from 11-1 pm. Only the first 100 completed signed permission slips will be accepted. The deadline to return your permission slip to Mrs. Heaston is Monday, March 7, no later than 8:00 am.
    • Students who are interested in learning about White Station's newspaper journalism program are encouraged to attend an interest meeting this Monday at 2:30 pm. The meeting will provide an overview of the class and the expectations of staff members for the school newspaper, The Scroll. Those who attend will receive an application for the newspaper staff. The meeting will be held in E-208, Mr. Harrison's room, which is across from the Guidance suite, Monday at 2:30 pm.
    • Russia has invaded Ukraine. Do you have questions? Do you want to feel better equipped to follow events as an active citizen? Join Mr. Rakestraw, Mr. Stephenson and Mr. Tingley next Monday March 7th after school for our second special event on the war in Ukraine. It will be both in-person and streaming live on Teams. See the flyers on campus for the link to the Teams meeting or see us in the library at 2.30pm!
    • Dear yearning actors-to-be, auditions for this year's One Acts will be held on Wednesday, March 9th, during ALL LUNCHES in the auditorium. All you need to prepare is a one-minute contemporary monologue. A sign-up sheet can be found on the auditorium door closest to the cafeteria. Audition sheets can be picked up from Mr. Lawrence starting Monday, March 7th. An audition form MUST be filled out in order to audition. Whether you’re dipping your toes into acting or already a veteran, our Senior-directed One Acts will be your spotlight!
    • NHS Current Members are reminded of the mandatory meeting Tuesday, March 8 at 2:20 in the cafeteria. Please have your hours and money or canned goods ready for submission.
    • Today's senior quote of the day comes from Arianna Townley. "If nobody got me, Taco Bell got me." Vote for this year's senior superlatives. Find the voting form in the announcements in TEAMS. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfgitYsALXUCxy2wU2f99mm8zYsiOmutX45OBiPEOciv_ry9Q/viewform
    • The Strive Together Club will be holding the introductory on March 10th in room M111 during your lunch period.
    • Auditions for the spring musical, Guys and Dolls, will be held immediately after school Thursday, March 10th in the choir room, M022. Please bring one stylistically appropriate audition piece with sheet music. Please see Mr. Powell with any questions.
    • Seniors, there will be a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period on March 11th. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate.
      • For anyone interested in football cheerleading, there will be a MANDATORY parent meeting with important information detailing this upcoming season at 5:30 on Tuesday, March 22nd in the cafeteria. Tryouts are pending gym approval but are scheduled for Monday March 28th, Tuesday March 29th and Thursday March 31st from 2:45-4:45 in the east gym. Paperwork will be available soon to download and print. If you have any additional questions please come see Coach Kelci in room F210. Thanks and we can’t wait to get this season started!!!!!
      • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Spring Blood Drive on Friday, March 25th from 7:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. Starting this Wednesday, March 2nd, the E-Board will be in the cafeteria to pass out consent forms and schedule blood drive appointments. If you are interested in being a blood donor, come to the cafeteria stage during your lunch period to sign up! Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
      • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.

    Announcements for March 3 

    • Colleges coming to campus are as follows:

    Mississippi State University TODAY 4th period

    Stillman College Monday 3rd period

    Air Force Monday, March 21 3rd period

    University of Memphis for a Gear Up Day for Seniors to complete paperwork and prepare for orientation, March 22 2nd and 3rd period

    All college visits will take place in the library.

    • This past saturday the WSHS Quiz Bowl A team won place of all at the University of Mississippi Dr. M. Lynne Murchison Memorial Academic Invitational Tournament. Also, this past Saturday Abhi Lingareddy won first place overall at the Tennessee History Bowl State Championship in the individual competition and he won 2nd place overall as a one man team. Both wins qualified him for the National Competition. Congrats Spartan Scholars. YOU ARE THE CHAMPIONS!
    • Today's Senior Quote of the Day comes from Ryan Carniya. "I have to be successful. I like expensive things." Is it too late to submit a senior quote? It should be. Maybe you can work it out with Mr. Pentecost and our yearbook students during 7th period in M239.
    • Juniors and seniors with fiction, creative nonfiction, and/or poetry can submit your work to Ms. Dunn in F128 for the LaRose Todd Creative Writing Contest and its prizes of $500 and $250.
    • Advanced Placement balances are due TODAY.
    • TODAY, we will be celebrating our spring sports with in-person pep rallies in the senior gym. Sign up to play or referee dodgeball and represent your grade through the link on Instagram @wshseboard and this is open only to the first 12 per grade level who sign up.
    • Advanced Placement students must pay their balance by Friday, March 4, 2022. The APTS system will shut down. You will not be allowed to pay after the March 4 deadline. Please make sure to pay you balance.
    • In honor of this year’s Tennessee Arbor Day, the Spruce Up Sparta Club is giving away pots of white oak acorns TOMORROW. These acorns require very little care to sprout into beautiful, ecologically important trees. If you are interested in sprouting some acorns in your classroom or taking some home to eventually be planted outdoors, please come to the front of the auditorium Friday after school to grab a pot and get easy care instructions! Happy Tennessee Arbor Day from The Spruce Up Sparta Club!
    • Spartans! We are having a pep rally tomorrow to showcase our winter sports and basketball homecoming court. Wear your green, gray, and white to show your school spirit!
    • Juniors, are you in good academic standing? Do you have an HBCU school on your list, but want more information? Do you want to add an HBCU school to your college list, but want to learn more? If you answered YES to ALL three questions, pick up an HBCU college fair permission from Mrs. Heaston in the Guidance Department. The college fair will be on March 9, from 11-1 pm. Only the first 100 completed signed permission slips will be accepted. The deadline to return your permission slip to Mrs. Heaston is Monday, March 7, no later than 8:00 am.
    • Students who are interested in learning about White Station's newspaper journalism program are encouraged to attend an interest meeting this Monday at 2:30 pm. The meeting will provide an overview of the class and the expectations of staff members for the school newspaper, The Scroll. Those who attend will receive an application for the newspaper staff. The meeting will be held in E-208, Mr. Harrison's room, which is across from the Guidance suite, Monday at 2:30 pm.
    • Dear yearning actors-to-be, auditions for this year's One Acts will be held on Wednesday, March 9th, during ALL LUNCHES in the auditorium. All you need to prepare is a one-minute contemporary monologue. A sign-up sheet can be found on the auditorium door closest to the cafeteria. Audition sheets can be picked up from Mr. Lawrence starting Monday, March 7th. An audition form MUST be filled out in order to audition. Whether you’re dipping your toes into acting or already a veteran, our Senior-directed One Acts will be your spotlight! Blake the announcer guy surely hopes to see you there!”
    • Seniors, please submit your senior quote. Also~ Be on the lookout for more senior-related yearbook information. Ask you teacher for the Senior Quote Submission found on Teams - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd7auS49uJhHclQtxSJYZrmVUNJFVsz-P7vzTXsfEKcM0cEKg/viewform
    • The Strive Together Club will be holding the introductory on March 10th in room M111 during your lunch period.
    • Seniors, there will be a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period on March 11th. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate.
    • For anyone interested in football cheerleading, there will be a MANDATORY parent meeting with important information detailing this upcoming season at 5:30 on Tuesday, March 22nd in the cafeteria. Tryouts are pending gym approval but are scheduled for Monday March 28th, Tuesday March 29th and Thursday March 31st from 2:45-4:45 in the east gym. Paperwork will be available soon to download and print. If you have any additional questions please come see Coach Kelci in room F210. Thanks and we can’t wait to get this season started!!!!!
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Spring Blood Drive on Friday, March 25th from 7:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. Starting this Wednesday, March 2nd, the E-Board will be in the cafeteria to pass out consent forms and schedule blood drive appointments. If you are interested in being a blood donor, come to the cafeteria stage during your lunch period to sign up! Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.

     

    Announcements for March 2

    • Colleges coming to campus are as follows:

    Mississippi State University TOMORROW 4th period

    Stillman College Monday 3rd period

    Air Force Monday, March 21 3rd period

    University of Memphis for a Gear Up Day for Seniors to complete paperwork and prepare for orientation, March 22 2nd and 3rd period

    All college visits will take place in the library.

    • Seniors, please submit your senior quote. Also~ Be on the lookout for more senior-related yearbook information. Ask you teacher for the Senior Quote Submission found on Teams - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd7auS49uJhHclQtxSJYZrmVUNJFVsz-P7vzTXsfEKcM0cEKg/viewform
    • Juniors and seniors with fiction, creative nonfiction, and/or poetry can submit your work to Ms. Dunn in F128 for the LaRose Todd Creative Writing Contest and its prizes of $500 and $250.
    • Advanced Placement balances are due by this FRIDAY.
    • This Friday, March 4, we will be celebrating our spring sports with in-person pep rallies in the senior gym. Sign up to play or referee dodgeball and represent your grade through the link on Instagram @wshseboard and this is open only to the first 12 per grade level who sign up.
    • Juniors, are you in good academic standing? Do you have an HBCU school on your list, but want more information? Do you want to add an HBCU school to your college list, but want to learn more? If you answered YES to ALL three questions, pick up an HBCU college fair permission from Mrs. Heaston in the Guidance Department. The college fair will be on March 9, 2022, from 11-1 pm. Only the first 100 completed signed permission slips will be accepted. The deadline to return your permission slip to Mrs. Heaston is Monday, March 7, no later than 8:00 am.
    • Dear yearning actors-to-be, auditions for this year's One Acts will be held on Wednesday, March 9th, during ALL LUNCHES in the auditorium. All you need to prepare is a one-minute contemporary monologue. A sign-up sheet can be found on the auditorium door closest to the cafeteria. Audition sheets can be picked up from Mr. Lawrence starting Monday, March 7th. An audition form MUST be filled out in order to audition. Whether you’re dipping your toes into acting or already a veteran, our Senior-directed One Acts will be your spotlight! Blake the announcer guy surely hopes to see you there!”
    • The Strive Together Club will be holding the introductory on March 10th in room M111 during your lunch period.
    • Seniors, there will be a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period on March 11th. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate.
    • For anyone interested in football cheerleading, there will be a MANDATORY parent meeting with important information detailing this upcoming season at 5:30 on Tuesday, March 22nd in the cafeteria. Tryouts are pending gym approval but are scheduled for Monday March 28th, Tuesday March 29th and Thursday March 31st from 2:45-4:45 in the east gym. Paperwork will be available soon to download and print. If you have any additional questions please come see Coach Kelci in room F210. Thanks and we can’t wait to get this season started!!!!!
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Spring Blood Drive on Friday, March 25th from 7:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. Starting this Wednesday, March 2nd, the E-Board will be in the cafeteria to pass out consent forms and schedule blood drive appointments. If you are interested in being a blood donor, come to the cafeteria stage during your lunch period to sign up! Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.

    Announcements for March 1 

    • The Track & Field Team is hosting a Fundraising Spirit Night at Torchy's Tacos today from 4-10. Please come out to support and be sure to mention the track team when you order!
    • Seniors, please submit your senior quote. Also~ Be on the lookout for more senior-related yearbook information. Ask you teacher for the Senior Quote Submission found on Teams - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd7auS49uJhHclQtxSJYZrmVUNJFVsz-P7vzTXsfEKcM0cEKg/viewform
    • Juniors and seniors with fiction, creative nonfiction, and/or poetry can submit your work to Ms. Dunn in F128 for the LaRose Todd Creative Writing Contest and its prizes of $500 and $250.
    • Advanced Placement balances are due by this FRIDAY.
    • This Friday, March 4, we will be celebrating our spring sports with in-person pep rallies in the senior gym. Sign up to play or referee dodgeball and represent your grade through the link on Instagram @wshseboard and this is open only to the first 12 per grade level who sign up
    • The Strive Together Club will not be holding the introductory on March 10th in room M111 during your lunch period.
    • Seniors, there will be a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period on March 11th. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate.
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Spring Blood Drive on Friday, March 25th from 7:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. Starting this Wednesday, March 2nd, the E-Board will be in the cafeteria to pass out consent forms and schedule blood drive appointments. If you are interested in being a blood donor, come to the cafeteria stage during your lunch period to sign up! Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.

    Announcements for February 28

    • Seniors, please submit your senior quote. Also~ Be on the lookout for more senior-related yearbook information. Ask you teacher for the Senior Quote Submission found on Teams - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd7auS49uJhHclQtxSJYZrmVUNJFVsz-P7vzTXsfEKcM0cEKg/viewform
    • Basketball Cheerleading will be holding tryouts in the month of April, students will be required to have some type of tumbling skills. The last $25 tumbling clinic is TODAY at the WSHS East Gym 6-8p.m.
    • The Pan-African Cultural Studies Club is sponsoring a Black History Trivia Contest. Located in the hallways are flyers that have QR codes so that you can participate. The Trivia Contest has new questions Monday with new QR codes. Let’s see which grade can have the highest score.
    • Tomorrow all juniors will be taking the ACT! Be sure to go to bed at a reasonable time and eat breakfast before arriving tomorrow. We wish each of you good luck on this important exam!
    • Calling all juniors and seniors: the LaRose Todd Creative Writing Contest is currently accepting submissions. First place will receive $500 and second place will receive $250. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or up to 3 poems. We currently have very few submissions, and we would love to see as many as possible. Take advantage of this opportunity and submit your entries to Ms. Dunn in F128!
    • Juniors, the ACT is on Tuesday! Be sure to review this weekend. Resources can be found on the ACT bulletin board in the hallway next to the senior gym. Good luck!
    • Attention all Seniors: Tomorrow is declared senior Activity day During the ACT. Please dress comfortably prepared to play games, eat and have fun in the senior gym. You will report directly to the senior gym in the morning! You must wear soft bottom shoes to participate!
    • Advanced Placement balances are due by March 4.
    • The Strive Together Club will not be holding the introductory on March 10th in room M111 during your lunch period.
    • Seniors, there will be a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period on March 11th. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate.
    • "The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Fall Blood Drive on Friday, March 25th from 7:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. Starting this Wednesday, March 2nd, the E-Board will be in the cafeteria to pass out consent forms and schedule blood drive appointments. If you are interested in being a blood donor, come to the cafeteria stage during your lunch period to sign up! Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive."
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.

    Announcements for February 25

    • Students going on the field trip with Ms. Fairchild are to come to the lobby after 2nd period. Do not report to 3rd period.
    • Russia has invaded Ukraine. Do you have questions? Do you want to feel better equipped to follow events as an active citizen? Join Mr. Rakestraw, Mr. Stephenson and Mr. Tingley today Friday Feb. 25th after school for a special event on the war in Ukraine. It will be both in-person and streaming live on Teams. See the flyers on campus for the link to the Teams meeting or see us in the library at 2.30pm!
    • Want to be more confident? Want to make a difference world? Want adventure? Become a Bridge Builder! A Bridge Builder summer camp counselor will be at White Station TODAY during lunch in the cafeteria and the library to sign you up! For more information, see the counselor, Mrs. Brown-Malone.
    • Today’s senior quotation is from Chris Evans, Class of ’99: “I know my ship will come in one day, but with my luck, I will be at the airport.” Seniors, please submit your senior quote. Also~ Be on the lookout for more senior-related yearbook information. Ask you teacher for the Senior Quote Submission found on Teams - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd7auS49uJhHclQtxSJYZrmVUNJFVsz-P7vzTXsfEKcM0cEKg/viewform
    • Your White Station Lady Sparts (20-2) defeated Memphis Central to win the District 16 - 4A girls' championship 60-39 last night. The win is the 15th straight for the Lady Spartans this season and they claim both the regular season and district tournament championship. As the N0. 1 seed, the Lady Spartans will host Houston TONIGHT @ 7:00. Let's have the entire school come out and support your Lady Spartans.
    • The ROTC Military Ball is this Saturday! We have about 40 tickets left and the last day to buy them is this Friday. More than 1 person is $25 each and 1 person is $30. Now, you DO NOT have to be in ROTC to buy a ticket. If you are in ROTC, you can bring more than 1 guest for $25 per person! If you want a ticket, please come to the front of the cafeteria during your lunch.
    • Basketball Cheerleading will be holding tryouts in the month of April, students will be required to have some type of tumbling skills. The last $25 tumbling clinic is MONDAY at the WSHS East Gym 6-8p.m.
    • The Pan-African Cultural Studies Club is sponsoring a Black History Trivia Contest. Located in the hallways are flyers that have QR codes so that you can participate. The Trivia Contest will have new questions Monday with new QR codes. Let’s see which grade can have the highest score.
    • Calling all juniors and seniors: the LaRose Todd Creative Writing Contest is currently accepting submissions. First place will receive $500 and second place will receive $250. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or up to 3 poems. We currently have very few submissions, and we would love to see as many as possible. Take advantage of this opportunity and submit your entries to Ms. Dunn in F128!
    • Juniors, the ACT is on Tuesday! Be sure to review this weekend. Resources can be found on the ACT bulletin board in the hallway next to the senior gym. Good luck!
    • Seniors, plan to be in the house on Tuesday, March 1st for Senior Fun Day. More info. to come!
    • Advanced Placement balances are due by March 4.
    • The Strive Together Club will not be holding the introductory on March 10th in room M111 during your lunch period.
    • Seniors, there will be a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period on March 11th. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate.
    • Senior fees information is available in the main office. Fees of $100 are due on April 12th.

    Announcements for February 24

    • Your White Station Lady Sparts (20-2) defeated Memphis Central to win the District 16 - 4A girls' championship 60-39 last night. The win is the 15th straight for the Lady Spartans this season and they claim both the regular season and district tournament championship. As the N0. 1 seed, the Lady Spartans will host Houston on Friday night @ 7:00. Let's have the entire school come out and support your Lady Spartans This Friday.
    • Spartans! This week the school is doing a dress up week with The Pan African Cultural Studies club to end off Black History Month: TOMORROW -Black out day
    • Basketball Cheerleading will be holding tryouts in the month of April, students will be required to have some type of tumbling skills. In order to help support our students we are holding tumbling clinicals at WSHS and Middle College, the cost will be $25 each session. The next sessions are TODAY at the WSHS East Gym 6p.m. - 7p.m. and February 28 at the WSHS East Gym 6-8p.m.
    • Advanced Placement Open House will be held TODAY at 6:00 pm in the auditorium. This is a great opportunity to learn about our Advanced Placement curriculum. This event is open to students and parents.
    • The Black Teen Coalition club centers on giving the students at White Station High School from all walks of life a place to feel safe and be unapologetically themselves. This club includes motivational speakers, group outings, group discussions, social justice and activism, socially distanced gatherings, and so much more! If you are interested, a meeting will be held in Mr. Waller’s class M-018 TODAY.
    • Spartans! Unfortunately, the McAlister's Spirit Night that was supposed to be held TONIGHT has now been cancelled. Please look forward to E-board's next monthly spirit night!
    • NHS Candidates are reminded to submit their application via the TEAMS Forms by TONIGHT evening in order to be considered for membership this year.
    • Did you know that the ACT Reading section and Science section are not that different? In fact, this year, the ACT is going to start incorporating data into one or more of the reading passages. Be sure to keep calm and apply what you know no matter what the test looks like! Be sure to stop by the ACT bulletin board by the senior gym for more resources!
    • Have you submitted your senior quote? Now is the time, ya’ll. Check for the link on Teams. Also~ Be on the lookout for more senior related yearbook information. Ask you teacher for the Senior Quote Submission found on Teams - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd7auS49uJhHclQtxSJYZrmVUNJFVsz-P7vzTXsfEKcM0cEKg/viewform
    • Want to be more confident? Want to make a difference world? Want adventure? Become a Bridge Builder! A Bridge Builder summer camp counselor will be at White Station TOMORROW during lunch in the cafeteria and the library to sign you up! For more information, see the counselor, Mrs. Brown-Malone.
    • The Pan-African Cultural Studies Club is sponsoring a Black History Trivia Contest. Located in the hallways are flyers that have QR codes so that you can participate. The Trivia Contest will have new questions every Monday during Black History month with new QR codes. Let’s see which grade can have the highest score.
    • Calling all juniors and seniors: the LaRose Todd Creative Writing Contest is currently accepting submissions. First place will receive $500 and second place will receive $250. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or up to 3 poems. We currently have very few submissions, and we would love to see as many as possible. Take advantage of this opportunity and submit your entries to Ms. Dunn in F128!
    • The Strive Together Club will not be holding the introductory on March 10th in room M111 during your lunch period.
    • Advanced Placement balances are due by March 4.
    • Seniors, there will be a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period on March 11th. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate.
    • Senior fees at $100 to cover cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover will be taken up on April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.

    Announcements for February 23

    • Congratulations to the Mock Trial team on their first win of the City Tournament! The defense takes the stand tonight for round 2!
    • Spartans! This week the school is doing a dress up week with The Pan African Cultural Studies club to end off Black History Month: TOMORROW-Soul Train-Dress as your favorite Black entertainer and Friday-Black out day
    • Basketball Cheerleading will be holding tryouts in the month of April, students will be required to have some type of tumbling skills. In order to help support our students we are holding tumbling clinicals at WSHS and Middle College, the cost will be $25 each session. The next sessions are TOMORROW at the WSHS East Gym 6p.m. - 7p.m. and February 28 at the WSHS East Gym 6-8p.m.
    • Advanced Placement Open House will be held TOMORROW at 6:00 pm in the auditorium. This is a great opportunity to learn about our Advanced Placement curriculum. This event is open to students and parents.
    • The Black Teen Coalition club centers on giving the students at White Station High School from all walks of life a place to feel safe and be unapologetically themselves. This club includes motivational speakers, group outings, group discussions, social justice and activism, socially distanced gatherings, and so much more! If you are interested, a meeting will be held in Mr. Waller’s class M-018 TOMORROW.
    • Spartans! Unfortunately, the McAlister's Spirit Night that was supposed to be held TOMORROW has now been cancelled. Please look forward to E-board's next monthly spirit night!
    • NHS Candidates are reminded to submit their application via the TEAMS Forms by TOMORROW evening in order to be considered for membership this year.
    • Today’s senior quote of the day comes from Terry Murchison, Spartan class of ‘71
    • “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.”
    • Have you submitted your senior quote? Now is the time, ya’ll. Check for the link on Teams. Also~ Be on the lookout for more senior related yearbook information. Ask you teacher for the Senior Quote Submission found on Teams - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd7auS49uJhHclQtxSJYZrmVUNJFVsz-P7vzTXsfEKcM0cEKg/viewform
    • Want to be more confident? Want to make a difference world? Want adventure? Become a Bridge Builder! A Bridge Builder summer camp counselor will be at White Station FRIDAY during lunch in the cafeteria and the library to sign you up! For more information, see the counselor, Mrs. Brown-Malone.
    • The Pan-African Cultural Studies Club is sponsoring a Black History Trivia Contest. Located in the hallways are flyers that have QR codes so that you can participate. The Trivia Contest will have new questions every Monday during Black History month with new QR codes. Let’s see which grade can have the highest score.
    • Calling all juniors and seniors: the LaRose Todd Creative Writing Contest is currently accepting submissions. First place will receive $500 and second place will receive $250. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or up to 3 poems. We currently have very few submissions, and we would love to see as many as possible. Take advantage of this opportunity and submit your entries to Ms. Dunn in F128!
    • Correction! The Strive Together Club will not be holding the introductory meeting during lunch on Spring Break March 17th. The meeting will be held on March 10th in room M111 during your lunch period.
    • Advanced Placement balances are due by March 4.
    • Calling All Seniors, We’re preparing for Spring break with a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period on March 11th. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate.
    • Senior fees at $100 to cover cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover will be taken up on April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.

    Announcements for February 22

    • Congratulations to the White Station Debate Team - who are your winners of the 2021-2022 MMUDL Championship. Ira Sharma and Allie Maury finished in first place and Hope McClew and Aditi Mishra finished in second place. Ira Sharma was awarded top speaker overall. Both teams should advance to the Debate National Championships in April. Shawn Ming & Abhi Lingareddy finished 4th place. In JV, Catherine Chang and Amy Zhang finished 2nd place and Baribefe Kpuburu + Faith Gebeneh finished 5th. Faith was the top JV Speaker! White Station also won best school record overall for the entire year. RAKESTRAW WANTS TO THANK ALL THE DEBATERS FOR ANOTHER AMAZING YEAR!
    • Teachers, please drop off your DLD slip in the main office.
    • Senior fees at $100 to cover cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover will be taken up on TODAY and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Spartans! This week the school is doing a dress up week with The Pan African Cultural Studies club to end off Black History Month: TOMORROW Black Excellence- Dress up day, Thursday-Soul Train-Dress as your favorite Black entertainer, and Friday-Black out day
    • Basketball Cheerleading will be holding tryouts in the month of April, students will be required to have some type of tumbling skills. In order to help support our students we are holding tumbling clinicals at WSHS and Middle College, the cost will be $25 each session. The next sessions are TODAY at Middle College 5:45 - 6:45 p.m. and February 24 at the WSHS East Gym 6p.m. - 7p.m.
    • Advanced Placement Open House will be held on Thursday, February 24 at 6:00 pm in the auditorium. This is a great opportunity to learn about our Advanced Placement curriculum. This event is open to students and parents.
    • The Black Teen Coalition club centers on giving the students at White Station High School from all walks of life a place to feel safe and be unapologetically themselves. This club includes motivational speakers, group outings, group discussions, social justice and activism, socially distanced gatherings, and so much more! If you are interested, a meeting will be held in Mr. Waller’s class M-018 on February 24th.
    • Want to be more confident? Want to make a difference world? Want adventure? Become a Bridge Builder! A Bridge Builder summer camp counselor will be at White Station February 25 during lunch in the cafeteria and the library to sign you up! For more information, see the counselor, Mrs. Brown-Malone.
    • The Pan-African Cultural Studies Club is sponsoring a Black History Trivia Contest. Located in the hallways are flyers that have QR codes so that you can participate. The Trivia Contest will have new questions every Monday during Black History month with new QR codes. Let’s see which grade can have the highest score.
    • Calling all juniors and seniors: the LaRose Todd Creative Writing Contest is currently accepting submissions. First place will receive $500 and second place will receive $250. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or up to 3 poems. We currently have very few submissions, and we would love to see as many as possible. Take advantage of this opportunity and submit your entries to Ms. Dunn in F128!
    • Correction! The Strive Together Club will not be holding the introductory meeting during lunch on Spring Break March 17th. The meeting will be held on March 10th in room M111 during your lunch period.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at McAlister's Deli on Thursday, February 24th from 3:00 to 8:00 pm. Come out to support them!!
    • Advanced Placement balances are due by March 4.
    • Calling All Seniors, We’re preparing for Spring break with a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period on March 11th. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate.
    • Are you interested in world cultures and languages? Happen to have an immigrant background or speak another language? Come to M111 on March 17th during your lunch period for an introductory meeting with the Strive Together Club

     

    Announcements for February 18

    • Juniors and seniors with a 3.85 or higher GPA, National Honor Society has created a TEAM called NHS Candidates and has invited all qualified juniors and seniors. Please read the first post and follow instructions to apply by February 24th. If you do not see a new Team icon, please email whitestation.nhs@gmail.com.
    • The Pan-African Cultural Studies Club is sponsoring a Black History Trivia Contest. Located in the hallways are flyers that have QR codes so that you can participate. The Trivia Contest will have new questions every Monday during Black History month with new QR codes. Let’s see which grade can have the highest score.
    • Spartans! Next week the school is doing a dress up week with The Pan African Cultural Studies club to end off Black History Month: Tuesday-HBCU college, Wednesday Black Excellence- Dress up day, Thursday-Soul Train-Dress as your favorite Black entertainer, and Friday-Black out day
    • Basketball Cheerleading will be holding tryouts in the month of April, students will be required to have some type of tumbling skills. In order to help support our students we are holding tumbling clinicals at WSHS and Middle College, the cost will be $25 each session. The next sessions are Feb. 21 at the East Gym 6-8p.m. and Feb. 22 at Middle College 5:45 - 6:45 p.m.
    • Advanced Placement Open House will be held on Thursday, February 24 at 6:00 pm in the auditorium. This is a great opportunity to learn about our Advanced Placement curriculum. This event is open to students and parents.
    • Calling all juniors and seniors: the LaRose Todd Creative Writing Contest is currently accepting submissions. First place will receive $500 and second place will receive $250. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or up to 3 poems. We currently have very few submissions, and we would love to see as many as possible. Take advantage of this opportunity and submit your entries to Ms. Dunn in F128!
    • Senior fees at $100 to cover cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover will be taken up on February 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at McAlister's Deli on Thursday, February 24th from 3:00 to 8:00 pm. Come out to support them!!
    • Advanced Placement balances are due by March 4.
    • Calling All Seniors, We’re preparing for Spring break with a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period on March 11th. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate. Hey Seniors, don’t forget the snacks and your favorite Hawaiian attire on March 11th !!!
    • Are you interested in world cultures and languages? Happen to have an immigrant background or speak another language? Come to M111 on March 17th during your lunch period for an introductory meeting with the Strive Together Club

    Announcements for February 17

    • Juniors and seniors with a 3.85 or higher GPA, National Honor Society has created a TEAM called NHS Candidates and has invited all qualified juniors and seniors. Please read the first post and follow instructions to apply by February 24th. If you do not see a new Team icon, please email whitestation.nhs@gmail.com.
    • Are you interested in learning about Lunar New Year and making arts and crafts like Chinese lanterns and origami? WSHS AAPI Alliance, Chinese Club, and International Club will be collaborating for this fun Lunar New Year Event TODAY in Mrs. Harris’ room E200 from 2:30 to 3:30PM. Everyone is welcome to come!
    • The Pan-African Cultural Studies Club is sponsoring a Black History Trivia Contest. Located in the hallways are flyers that have QR codes so that you can participate. The Trivia Contest will have new questions every Monday during Black History month with new QR codes. Let’s see which grade can have the highest score.
    • Spartans! Next week the school is doing a dress up week with The Pan African Cultural Studies club to end off Black History Month: Tuesday-HBCU college, Wednesday Black Excellence- Dress up day, Thursday-Soul Train-Dress as your favorite Black entertainer, and Friday-Black out day
    • Basketball Cheerleading will be holding tryouts in the month of April, students will be required to have some type of tumbling skills. In order to help support our students we are holding tumbling clinicals at WSHS and Middle College, the cost will be $25 each session. The next sessions are Feb. 21 at the East Gym 6-8p.m. and Feb. 22 at Middle College 5:45 - 6:45 p.m.
    • Advanced Placement Open House will be held on Thursday, February 24 at 6:00 pm in the auditorium. This is a great opportunity to learn about our Advanced Placement curriculum. This event is open to students and parents.
    • Calling all juniors and seniors: the LaRose Todd Creative Writing Contest is currently accepting submissions. First place will receive $500 and second place will receive $250. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or up to 3 poems. We currently have very few submissions, and we would love to see as many as possible. Take advantage of this opportunity and submit your entries to Ms. Dunn in F128!
    • Senior fees at $100 to cover cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover will be taken up on February 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at McAlister's Deli on Thursday, February 24th from 3:00 to 8:00 pm. Come out to support them!!
    • Calling All Seniors, We’re preparing for Spring break with a Senior Movie Day during 6th and 7th period on March 11th. Wear your Hawaiian attire and bring your favorite snacks as we watch a good movie and surf into our Spring Break. This is for Seniors only….must be in a Senior Homeroom to participate. Hey Seniors, don’t forget the snacks and your favorite Hawaiian attire on March 11th !!!
    • Advanced Placement balances are due by March 4.

    Announcements for February 16

    • Juniors and seniors with a 3.85 or higher GPA, National Honor Society has created a TEAM called NHS Candidates and has invited all qualified juniors and seniors. Please read the first post and follow instructions to apply by February 24th. If you do not see a new Team icon, please email whitestation.nhs@gmail.com.
    • Today's ACT announcement is about ACT Family Night. Tomorrow, Thursday, February 17th is a virtual ACT informational event in which you and your family can learn more about the ACT & test prep. If you are interested in attending, you can access the ACT family night flyer on the WSHS website or ask your teacher for the link in teams! Link for Teams announcment: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shelby-county-schools-act-family-nights-2021-22-tickets-167623689969
    • Come out and support your girls varsity lacrosse team tonight at 6:00 as they take on Collierville, and the girls JV lacrosse team plays  at 7:30.
    • Are you interested in learning about Lunar New Year and making arts and crafts like Chinese lanterns and origami? WSHS AAPI Alliance, Chinese Club, and International Club will be collaborating for this fun Lunar New Year Event TOMORROW in Mrs. Harris’ room E200 from 2:30 to 3:30PM. Everyone is welcome to come!
    • The Pan-African Cultural Studies Club is sponsoring a Black History Trivia Contest. Located in the hallways are flyers that have QR codes so that you can participate. The Trivia Contest will have new questions every Monday during Black History month with new QR codes.  Let’s see which grade can have the highest score.
    • Basketball Cheerleading will be holding tryouts in the month of April, students will be required to have some type of tumbling skills. In order to help support our students we are holding tumbling clinicals at WSHS and Middle College, the cost will be $25 each session. The next sessions are Feb. 21 at the East Gym 6-8p.m. and Feb. 22 at Middle College 5:45 - 6:45 p.m.
    • Calling all juniors and seniors: the LaRose Todd Creative Writing Contest is currently accepting submissions. First place will receive $500 and second place will receive $250. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or up to 3 poems. We currently have very few submissions, and we would love to see as many as possible. Take advantage of this opportunity and submit your entries to Ms. Dunn in F128!
    • Senior fees at $100 to cover cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover will be taken up on February 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Advanced Placement Open House will be held on Thursday, February 24 at 6:00 pm in the auditorium. This is a great opportunity to learn about our Advanced Placement curriculum. This event is open to students and parents.  
    • Advanced Placement balances are due by March 4.
     

    Announcements for February 15

    • Colleges visiting campus today, February 15 in the cafeteria:

    Lemoyne Owen College-3rd period

    Christian Brothers University-4th period

    • Congratulations to our State Swim Team on an excellent showing at state! Holden and Paxton Smythe each made finals and everyone swam great! Way to go Spartans!
    • Facing History and Ourselves Club meeting today after school in Mr. Tingley 's room in the basement of the main building, M019. Special guest speaker, Dexter Britt from Facing History will be leading our discussion. We start at 2.30. Hope to see you there!
    • The WSHS Knowledge Bowl team, is defending their title. They are going against the Collierville Dragons. When you see a member of the team, wish them luck and remind them “dragons are imaginary!”
    • The Pan-African Cultural Studies Club is sponsoring a Black History Trivia Contest. Located in the hallways are flyers that have QR codes so that you can participate. The Trivia Contest will have new questions every Monday during Black History month with new QR codes. Let’s see which grade can have the highest score.
    • Juniors, the statewide March 1st ACT is exactly TWO WEEKS from today. Keep calm and prepare for this important exam! You’ve got this!
    • Calling all juniors and seniors: the LaRose Todd Creative Writing Contest is currently accepting submissions. First place will receive $500 and second place will receive $250. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or up to 3 poems. We currently have very few submissions, and we would love to see as many as possible. Take advantage of this opportunity and submit your entries to Ms. Dunn in F128!
    • Senior fees at $100 to cover cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover will be taken up on February 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Advanced Placement Open House will be held on Thursday, February 24 at 6:00 pm in the auditorium. This is a great opportunity to learn about our Advanced Placement curriculum. This event is open to students and parents.
    • Advanced Placement balances are due by March 4.

    Announcements for February 14

    • Congratulations to our varsity girls lacrosse team for defeating Arlington 20-5 yesterday at their first game of the season! Way to go, Spartans!
    • Congratulations to our girls varsity basketball team for winning the 4A city championship.
    • WSHS Baseball Tryouts will be TODAY from 2:30 to 3:30 on the White Station Baseball Field. You must have a physical. Questions, please see Coach Walter in the SR. Gym.
    • The LaRose Todd Prize and Creative Writing Contes continues until March 4th. This contest is open to all juniors and seniors, and the grand prize is $500. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or a collection of 3 poems. For more details or questions please refer to the flyers in English classrooms or ask Mrs. Dunn in room F128. Good luck, and happy writing!
    • Senior fees at $100 to cover cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover will be taken up on February 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Advanced Placement Open House will be held on Thursday, February 24 at 6:00 pm in the auditorium. This is a great opportunity to learn about our Advanced Placement curriculum. This event is open to students and parents.
    • Advanced Placement balances are due by March 4.

    Announcements for February 11

    • TODAY is the final day to buy love shots from HOSA for $2 and Valentine’s Grams from JROTC for $2 at lunch in the cafeteria.
    • Are you interested in computer science and AI? Dr. Vasile Rus from the U of M Computer Science department will be giving an introduction on artificial intelligence and language TODAY at 2:15 sharp in the library. The event is intended for students of all levels of CS background, so you definitely don’t want to miss it!
    • The ACT Reading section is composed of four passages that have 10 questions each. But one passage is special because it is a PAIRED PASSAGE! That means you must read two shorter passages that share some theme or connection. The best way to tackle these is to focus on one short passage at a time. Keep in mind any connections you notice though, because a few questions will pertain to both passages!
    • Tryouts for the 2022 Track & Field Team will take place TOMORROW at noon at Bartlett High School. You must have a copy of your current physical(dated after 4/15/21) in order to participate. See Coach KG in Student Services if you are interested.
    • WSHS Baseball Tryouts will be Monday the 14th from 2:30 to 3:30 on the White Station Baseball Field. You must have a physical. Questions, please see Coach Walter in the SR. Gym.
    • The LaRose Todd Prize and Creative Writing Contes continues until March 4th. This contest is open to all juniors and seniors, and the grand prize is $500. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or a collection of 3 poems. For more details or questions please refer to the flyers in English classrooms or ask Mrs. Dunn in room F128. Good luck, and happy writing!
    • Senior fees at $100 to cover cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover will be taken up on February 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Advanced Placement Open House will be held on Thursday, February 24 at 6:00 pm in the auditorium. This is a great opportunity to learn about our Advanced Placement curriculum. This event is open to students and parents.
    • Students taking Advanced Placement courses must pay their remaining balance by March 4. Invoices have been sent to the email account linked to College Board.
    • Senior Prom is May 7th from 7-11 at the Esplanade (At this time, prom tickets is only being sold to Seniors…however a senior can bring a date of another class or from another school.)

    Announcements for February 8

    • The Thespian/Drama Society will be taking club photos in the COURTYARD after school, TODAY (Febuary 8th) from 2:20pm to 2:30pm. Hope to see you there!
    • Current members of the National Honor Society are reminded of the mandatory monthly meeting TODAY at 2:20 in the cafeteria. Please bring any donations for the Chapter Service project. Those unable to make the meeting should plan to attend the make-up meeting Thursday at 2:20 in E-305.
    • Spartans! Basketball senior night is TODAY and is the last game of the season. Girls will play at 6 and boys will play at 7. Tickets will be $8 at the door. Come support your Spartan basketball team for their last game of the season!
    • Are you interested in learning about Lunar New Year and making arts & crafts like Chinese lanterns, fans, and origami? Come to WSHS AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) Alliance's Lunar New Year Event on Thursday, February 10th, 2022 in Mr. Harrison's room E208 from 2:30PM to 3:30PM! Everyone is welcome to come!
    • Tryouts for the 2022 Track & Field Team will take place this Saturday at noon at Bartlett High School. You must have a copy of your current physical(dated after 4/15/21) in order to participate. See Coach KG in Student Services if you are interested.
    • We want to encourage students to bring your own water bottles as water bottle refill stations are being installed throughout the building. Let’s help the environment by filling our own reusable bottles. Bottled Water will still be available but in more limited amounts.
    • White Station is pleased to announce the First Annual LaRose Todd Prize and Creative Writing Contest. This contest is open to all juniors and seniors, and the grand prize is $500. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or a collection of 3 poems. The submission window lasts to March 4th. For more details or questions please refer to the flyers in English classrooms or ask Mrs. Dunn in room F128. Good luck, and happy writing!
    • HOSA is selling love shots for valentine’s day. So, if you’ve got that special someone you can buy one and send that person some candy with a note. HOSA will be selling them at lunch for $2 every day until the 11th. You will need the person's name and 7th period class. So, buy a love shot from HOSA!
    • Seniors fees for graduation are $100. This includes the cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover. Senior fees will be taken up on February 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Students taking Advanced Placement courses must pay their remaining balance by March 4. Invoices have been sent to the email account linked to College Board.
    • Senior Prom is May 7th from 7-11 at the Esplanade (At this time, prom tickets is only being sold to Seniors…however a senior can bring a date of another class or from another school.)

    Announcements for February 2

    • We want to encourage students to bring your own water bottles as water bottle refill stations are being installed throughout the building. Let’s help the environment by filling our own reusable bottles. Bottled Water will still be available but in more limited amounts.
    • White Station is pleased to announce the First Annual LaRose Todd Prize and Creative Writing Contest. This contest is open to all juniors and seniors, and the grand prize is $500. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or a collection of 3 poems. The submission window lasts to March 4th. For more details or questions please refer to the flyers in English classrooms or ask Mrs. Dunn in room F128. Good luck, and happy writing!
    • There will be a meeting for prospective and current Spartan Rugby players TODAY at 2:30 pm in the school library.
    • Students…if you are interested in being a leader, then SHE LEADS is for you. Information meeting will be held TOMORROW from 2:12-3:15pm in Room M140.
    • Today's senior quote of the day comes from Anita Braig, class of 1987. “If you like water, you already like 75% of me.” Club Photos for this year's yearbook will be taken after school on Monday and Tuesday of next week, Feb 7th and 8th. You must sign up using the link provided by your counselor. The link will also be available in the announcement on Teams.
    • HOSA is selling love shots for valentine’s day. So, if you’ve got that special someone you can buy one and send that person some candy with a note. HOSA will be selling them at lunch for $2 every day until the 11th. You will need the person's name and 7th period class. So, buy a love shot from HOSA!
    • The ACT English section is the first section of the ACT & tests your ability to effectively use grammar & style. While you might be used to finding lots of fancy words in the thesaurus to meet the word limits your teachers assign, that is the exact OPPOSITE of the style the ACT wants. When picking answers on the ACT English section, shorter concise answers are usually better. Do NOT pick long, flowery answers that include redundant, repetitive ideas!
    • Seniors fees for graduation are $100. This includes the cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover. Senior fees will be taken up on February 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Students taking Advanced Placement courses must pay their remaining balance by March 4. Invoices have been sent to the email account linked to College Board.
    • Senior Prom is May 7th from 7-11 at the Esplanade (At this time, prom tickets is only being sold to Seniors…however a senior can bring a date of another class or from another school.)

    Announcements for February 1

    • Happy Chinese New Year! This year is the year of tiger! The new year greeting in Chinese is “Xin nian hao!”. Wishing you all luck, love, and health this Chinese New Year.
    • Austin Peay State University will be on campus TODAY during 2nd period. Juniors and seniors are welcome to attend the visit in the cafeteria.
    • White Station is pleased to announce the First Annual LaRose Todd Prize and Creative Writing Contest. This contest is open to all juniors and seniors, and the grand prize is $500. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or a collection of 3 poems. The submission window lasts to March 4th. For more details or questions please refer to the flyers in English classrooms or ask Mrs. Dunn in room F128. Good luck, and happy writing!
    • Any male student interested in playing soccer this spring for White Station should attend the meeting TODAY at 2:30 in M225. Please make transportation arrangements for after the 20-minute meeting.
    • There will be a meeting for prospective and current Spartan Rugby players TOMORROW at 2:30 pm in the school library.
    • Students…if you are interested in being a leader, then SHE LEADS is for you. Information meeting will be held Thursday from 2:12-3:15pm in Room M140.
    • Today is Tuesday, February 1st and that means we are ONE MONTH AWAY from the March 1st ACT for juniors! In exactly a month, juniors will be taking the free statewide ACT. Juniors, be sure to stop by the ACT Resources bulletin board in the hallway next to the senior gym for materials to prepare for this important exam!
    • Seniors fees for graduation are $100. This includes the cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover. Senior fees will be taken up on February 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Students taking Advanced Placement courses must pay their remaining balance by March 4. Invoices have been sent to the email account linked to College Board.
    • Senior Prom is May 7th from 7-11 at the Esplanade (At this time, prom tickets is only being sold to Seniors…however a senior can bring a date of another class or from another school.)

    Announcements for January 31

    • Anyone interested in tryouts for boys or girls tennis for the spring should attend the 20-minute meeting TODAY at 2:30 in M225. Please make transportation arrangements for when the meeting ends.
    • White Station is pleased to announce the First Annual LaRose Todd Prize and Creative Writing Contest. This contest is open to all juniors and seniors, and the grand prize is $500. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or a collection of 3 poems. The submission window opens TODAY and lasts to March 4th. For more details or questions please refer to the flyers in English classrooms or ask Mrs. Dunn in room F128. Good luck, and happy writing!
    • Any male student interested in playing soccer this spring for White Station should attend the meeting TOMORROW at 2:30 in M225. Please make transportation arrangements for after the 20-minute meeting.
    • There will be a meeting for prospective and current Spartan Rugby players Wednesday at 2:30 pm in the school library.
    • Today's senior quote of the day comes from Tacora Miller: “I’m just trynna show people that I ain’t gotta ride off no movement, I can ride off myself” - Smurkio Banks
    • Students…if you are interested in being a leader, then SHE LEADS is for you. Information meeting will be held Thursday from 2:12-3:15pm in Room M140.
    • Seniors fees for graduation are $100. This includes the cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover. Senior fees will be taken up on February 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Students taking Advanced Placement courses must pay their remaining balance by March 4. Invoices have been sent to the email account linked to College Board.
    • Senior Prom is May 7th from 7-11 at the Esplanade (At this time, prom tickets is only being sold to Seniors…however a senior can bring a date of another class or from another school.)

    Announcements for January 28

    • Don’t forget to bring in donations of cat and dog canned foods, treats or toys for the Key Club and Humane Society Club Animal Shelter food drive!
    • Ninth grade teachers, please have the 9th graders complete their Naviance task TODAY.
    • Spartans! Get ready for your basketball homecoming TODAY. The theme is green, gray, and white and girls will start at 6 pm followed by boys at 7 pm. Senior homecoming court will walk at half time during the boys game and tickets will be on sale for $5 at lunch or for $8 at the door. See you there!
    • Anyone interested in tryouts for boys or girls tennis for the spring should attend the 20-minute meeting MONDAY at 2:30 in M225. Please make transportation arrangements for when the meeting ends.
    • Today's senior quote of the day comes from Mars Stewart. "If no one comes from the future to stop you from doing it, how bad of a decision can it be?" The deadline to submit a senior quote is Feb 28th. ~Also~ Don't forget to nominate a friend for one of this year's senior superlatives. Check out the links in the senior chat and what not.
    • White Station is pleased to announce the First Annual LaRose Todd Prize and Creative Writing Contest. This contest is open to all juniors and seniors, and the grand prize is $500. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or a collection of 3 poems. The submission window opens Monday and lasts to March 4th. For more details or questions please refer to the flyers in English classrooms or ask Mrs. Dunn in room F128. Good luck, and happy writing!
    • There will be a meeting for prospective and current Spartan Rugby players Wednesday at 2:30 pm in the school library.
    • Students…if you are interested in being a leader, then SHE LEADS is for you. Information meeting will be held Thursday from 2:12-3:15pm in Room M140.
    • Seniors fees for graduation are $100. This includes the cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover. Senior fees will be taken up on February 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Students taking Advanced Placement courses must pay their remaining balance by March 4. Invoices have been sent to the email account linked to College Board.
    • Senior Prom is May 7th from 7-11 at the Esplanade (At this time, prom tickets is only being sold to Seniors…however a senior can bring a date of another class or from another school.)

    Announcements for January 27

    • There is one more debate tournament left this year and if you are interested in debating, please come visit practice afterschool on Mondays and Wednesdays in the portables.
    • Don’t forget to bring in donations of cat and dog canned foods, treats or toys for the Key Club and Humane Society Club Animal Shelter food drive!
    • Ninth grade teachers, please have the 9th graders complete their Naviance task TODAY and TOMORROW.
    • Join the Girl Up club’s meeting TODAY after school in Ms. Young’s room M-109 to make identity bracelets!
    • Who can find the time to prepare for the ACT? Don’t feel like you need to sit down and do an entire practice test. Instead, try doing a short, timed practice. For English, you can try one passage of 15 questions in 9 minutes. For math, you can do 10 questions in 10 minutes. Or you can try one Science passage in 5 minutes. Check out ACTstudent.org OR the brand-new ACT bulletin board in the hallway by the senior gym to access practice questions and more!
    • Today's senior quote of the day comes from your boy, Jimothy Roldgold. "The master has failed more times than the beginner has even tried. -Stephen Mccranie" Don't forget to purchase your yearbook now, before the price begins to rise. Look out for the yearbook posters around school with a QR code that will lead you to our online purchase
    • Spartans! Get ready for your basketball homecoming this Friday January 28th. The theme is green, gray, and white and girls will start at 6 pm followed by boys at 7 pm. Senior homecoming court will walk at half time during the boys game and tickets will be on sale for $5 at lunch or for $8 at the door. See you there!
    • White Station is pleased to announce the First Annual LaRose Todd Prize and Creative Writing Contest. This contest is open to all juniors and seniors, and the grand prize is $500. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or a collection of 3 poems. The submission window opens January 31st and lasts to March 4th. For more details or questions please refer to the flyers in English classrooms or ask Mrs. Dunn in room F128. Good luck, and happy writing!
    • There will be a meeting for prospective and current Spartan Rugby players next Tuesday, February 1 at 2:30 pm in the school library.
    • Students…if you are interested in being a leader, then SHE LEADS is for you. Information meeting will be held February 2 from 2:12-3:15pm in Room M140.
    • Seniors fees for graduation are $100. This includes the cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover. Senior fees will be taken up on February 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Students taking Advanced Placement courses must pay their remaining balance by March 4. Invoices have been sent to the email account linked to College Board.
    • Senior Prom is May 7th from 7-11 at the Esplanade (At this time prom is only for Seniors…we will let you know if we will open it up to juniors.)

    Announcements for January 26

    • There is one more debate tournament left this year and if you are interested in debating, please come visit practice afterschool on Mondays and Wednesdays in the portables.
    • Today's senior quote of the day comes from Abbas Aldosh. "Starting strong is good. Finishing strong is epic.
    • We will be taking make up pictures in the auditorium lobby today. Stand by for further instructions.
    • Today’s ACT announcement is all about the numbers. When it comes to the ACT, one of the magic numbers is 21. Did you know that if you get a 21 composite score or if your TN weighted GPA is a 3.0 or higher, you earn the Tennessee HOPE scholarship? That means a 21 or better on the ACT can earn you an $8,000 scholarship! Putting a little more effort into your ACT prep could be worth scholarship money in your pocket!
    • Are you interested in learning about Japanese culture? WSHS AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) Alliance will be hosting a Speaker Event with Maika Yamaoka, the Japan Outreach Initiative Coordinator at University of Memphis & Memphis Botanic Garden TODAY in Mr. Harrison's room E208 from 2:30PM to 4PM. She will be speaking about her experiences and teaching about Japanese culture and language! Please come to this event and invite your friends too! See you there!
    • 9-11th grade students will have one more chance to have their class photo taken TODAY. Schedule and location will be shared with teachers.
    • The Key Club and Humane Society animal shelter drive will be collecting donations the entire week, so make sure to bring treats, toys, or canned foods!
    • Join the Girl Up club’s meeting Thursday (1/27/22) after school in Ms. Young’s room M-109 to make identity bracelets!
    • White Station is pleased to announce the First Annual LaRose Todd Prize and Creative Writing Contest. This contest is open to all juniors and seniors, and the grand prize is $500. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or a collection of 3 poems. The submission window opens January 31st and lasts to March 4th. For more details or questions please refer to the flyers in English classrooms or ask Mrs. Dunn in room F128. Good luck, and happy writing!
    • There will be a meeting for prospective and current Spartan Rugby players Next Tuesday, February 1 at 2:30 pm in the school library.
    • Students.. if you are interested in being a leader, then SHE LEADS is for you. Information meeting will be held February 2 from 2:12-3:15pm in Room M140.
    • Seniors fees for graduation are $100. This includes the cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover. Senior fees will be taken up on Feb. 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Students taking Advanced Placement courses must pay their remaining balance by March 4. Invoices have been sent to the email account linked to College Board.
    • Senior Prom is May 7th from 7-11 at the Esplanade (At this time prom is only for Seniors…we will let you know if we will open it up to juniors.)

    Announcements for January 25

    • Congratulations to the White Station Debate team for winning the Memphis Urban Debate League Tournament this past weekend. Shivani Menon was named top JV speaker and Aditi Mishra was named top varsity speaker. Aditi Mishra and Hope McClew were the best team at the tournament. There is one more tournament left this year and if you are interested in debating, please come visit practice afterschool on Mondays and Wednesdays in the portables.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Chicken Salad Chick TODAY from 4:00 to 8:00 pm. Come out to support them!
    • Are you interested in learning about Japanese culture? WSHS AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) Alliance will be hosting a Speaker Event with Maika Yamaoka, the Japan Outreach Initiative Coordinator at University of Memphis & Memphis Botanic Garden, on Thursday in Mr. Harrison's room E208 from 2:30PM to 4PM. She will be speaking about her experiences and teaching about Japanese culture and language! Please come to this event and invite your friends too! See you there!
    • Senior homecoming royalty voting will be posted in the counselors’ TEAMS and posted on qr codes around the school! Only seniors can vote, and it will close TODAY.
    • Today's senior quote of the day comes from Julian Hunter. "Life gave me lemons, it was blue, and it tasted like orange juice. That's how confused I've been."
    • 9-11th grade students will have one more chance to have their class photo taken tomorrow, the 26th. Schedule and location will be shared with teachers.
    • The Key Club and Humane Society animal shelter drive will be collecting donations the entire week, so make sure to bring treats, toys, or canned foods!
    • White Station is pleased to announce the First Annual LaRose Todd Prize and Creative Writing Contest. This contest is open to all juniors and seniors, and the grand prize is $500. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or a collection of 3 poems. The submission window opens January 31st and lasts to March 4th. For more details or questions please refer to the flyers in English classrooms or ask Mrs. Dunn in room F128. Good luck, and happy writing!
    • Today’s ACT announcement of the day is the most important ACT tip out there. We all know that the ACT is timed, and it is very common for students to run out of time on one or more sections. That means you need to use your time to your advantage: when the proctor calls 5 minutes remaining, you should always GUESS on any answers you are going to be unable to finish. You should never leave anything blank, and you should ALWAYS fill out every bubble BEFORE time is called.
    • Students.. if you are interested in being a leader, then SHE LEADS is for you. Information meeting will be held, February 2, 2022, from 2:12-3:15pm in Room M140
    • Seniors fees for graduation are $100. This includes the cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover. Senior fees will be taken up on Feb. 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Students taking Advanced Placement courses must pay their remaining balance by March 4. Invoices have been sent to the email account linked to College Board.
    • Senior Prom is May 7th from 7-11 at the Esplanade (At this time prom is only for Seniors…we will let you know if we will open it up to juniors.)

     

    Announcements for January 24

    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Chicken Salad Chick TOMORROW from 4:00 to 8:00 pm. Come out to support them!
    • Are you interested in learning about Japanese culture? WSHS AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) Alliance will be hosting a Speaker Event with Maika Yamaoka, the Japan Outreach Initiative Coordinator at University of Memphis & Memphis Botanic Garden, on Thursday, January 27th in Mr. Harrison's room E208 from 2:30PM to 4PM. She will be speaking about her experiences and teaching about Japanese culture and language! Please come to this event and invite your friends too! See you there!
    • Senior homecoming royalty voting will be posted in the counselors’ TEAMS and posted on qr codes around the school! Only seniors can vote, and it will close this Wednesday.
    • The Key Club and Humane Society animal shelter drive will be collecting donations the entire week, so make sure to bring treats, toys, or canned foods!
    • White Station is pleased to announce the First Annual LaRose Todd Prize and Creative Writing Contest. This contest is open to all juniors and seniors, and the grand prize is $500. Students may submit one piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or a collection of 3 poems. The submission window opens January 31st and lasts to March 4th. For more details or questions please refer to the flyers in English classrooms or ask Mrs. Dunn in room F128. Good luck, and happy writing!
    • Today's Senior Quote of the Day comes from Dottie Young. "Swag." The deadline to submit a senior quote is Feb 28th. Check out the link in the senior chat, friend.
    • Seniors, Seniors fees for graduation are $100. This includes the cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover. Senior fees will be taken up on Feb. 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Today is the first ACT announcement of the day, a new addition to the morning announcements in which we make an ACT-related announcement that focuses on a fact or strategy that could help you increase your ACT score! Today, we are starting with the basics. Did you know that the FREE, statewide ACT for all juniors is going coming up on TUESDAY, MARCH 1st? That’s right- TUESDAY, MARCH 1st is ONLY 25 SCHOOL DAYS AWAY! With only 25 school days left to prepare, juniors be sure to be giving it your all in your classes and tuning into each ACT announcement of the day!
    • Students taking Advanced Placement courses must pay their remaining balance by March 4. Invoices have been sent to the email account linked to College Board.
    • Senior Prom is May 7th from 7-11 at the Esplanade (At this time prom is only for Seniors…we will let you know if we will open it up to juniors.)

    Announcements for January 21

    • Sophomore service project continue. Bring a minimum of one dollar to the main office for a raffle of gift cards and treats.
    • Dear artists! Our brave White Station theater program is now producing our school's very first feature film, and we need your help with producing posters. So, if you're an artist or know any artists that would like to volunteer their talents, send an email to Blake Shirley blakeyeah2015@gmail.com. Your art is much appreciated.
    • TODAY, the Key Club and Humane Society Club will be collecting donations of dog and cat canned foods, treats, and toys to donate to local shelters! Please place donations in boxes in any classroom.
    • Calling all Spartans! Decorating for basketball homecoming will meet in the cafeteria today, tomorrow, and Friday from 2:30 to 4 PM. This will count as a point opportunity for anyone in Student Council or service hours for students not in Student Council. Please bring your own poster-making supplies if you can.
    • Please support your fellow Spartans by watching Knowledge Bowl TOMORROW at 9 am on WREG Channel 3.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Chicken Salad Chick on Tuesday, January 25th from 4:00 to 8:00 pm. Come out to support them!
    • Are you interested in learning about Japanese culture? WSHS AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) Alliance will be hosting a Speaker Event with Maika Yamaoka, the Japan Outreach Initiative Coordinator at University of Memphis & Memphis Botanic Garden, on Thursday, January 27th, 2022 in Mr. Harrison's room E208 from 2:30PM to 4PM. She will be speaking about her experiences and teaching about Japanese culture and language! Please come to this event and invite your friends too! See you there!
    • Today's Senior Quote of the Day comes from Roman Long. "They said don't give up on your dreams, so that's why I always went to sleep." The deadline to submit a senior quote is Feb 28th. Check out the link in the senior chat, friend.
    • Seniors: Seniors fees for graduation are $100. This includes the cap/gown/stole, a senior awards program, and a diploma cover. Senior fees will be taken up on Feb. 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Students taking Advanced Placement courses must pay their remaining balance by March 4. Invoices have been sent to the email account linked to the College Board.
    • Senior Prom is May 7th from 7-11 at the Esplanade (At this time prom is only for Seniors…we will let you know if we will open it up to juniors.)

    Announcements for January 20

    • Photography Club Members- please come to our monthly meeting TODAY from 2:30-3:00 PM in Mr. Bateman’s room, the first floor of the freshman building. We will be discussing our December winning photos!
    • Sophomores, for our service project, the class officers have planned to raise money towards holiday goodie bags for St. Jude children. If you wish to participate you can donate a minimum of one dollar to the main office. Each dollar donated will give you a ticket entered in a raffle for gift cards and treats. Once you deliver the money, fill out the Microsoft forms located in the eboard instagram. This week, we will also hold days for volunteers to help assemble the bags for these children. We hope you participate!!!
    • Dear artists! Our brave White Station theater program is now producing our school's very first feature film, and we need your help with producing posters. So, if you're an artist or know any artists that would like to volunteer their talents, send an email to Blake Shirley at blakeyeah2015@gmail.com. Your art is much appreciated.
    • THIS WEEK, the Key Club and Humane Society Club will be collecting donations of dog and cat canned foods, treats, and toys to donate to local shelters! Please place donations in boxes in any classroom.
    • Calling all Spartans! Decorating for basketball homecoming will meet in the cafeteria today, tomorrow, and Friday from 2:30 to 4 PM. This will count as a point opportunity for anyone in Student Council or service hours for students not in Student Council. Please bring your own poster-making supplies if you can.
    • Please support you fellow Spartans by watching Knowledge Bowl this Saturday at 9 am on WREG Channel 3.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Chicken Salad Chick on Tuesday, January 25th from 4:00 to 8:00 pm. Come out to support them!
    • Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Seniors, Seniors fees for graduation are $100. This includes the cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover. Senior fees will be taken up on Feb. 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium. Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Students taking Advanced Placement courses must pay their remaining balance by March 4. Invoices have been sent to the email account linked to College Board.
    • Senior Prom is May 7th from 7-11 at the Esplanade (At this time prom is only for Seniors…we will let you know if we will open it up to juniors.)

    Announcements for January 19

    • If you've not got your textbook for the Medical Terminology course this semester, you can pick it up during lunch or afterschool today at Dr Madu's Room M134.
    • The WSHS Knowledge Bowl team has done it again! They defeated Houston High School in the 3 round of the tournament.
    • Please support you fellow Spartans by watching Knowledge Bowl this Saturday at 9 am on WREG Channel 3.
    • Students, if you took the ASVAB in November. You may pick up your scores from Mrs. Brown-Malone in the counseling office.
    • The hearing aid that was lost has NOT been recovered. The owner is offering a $50 reward.
    • Sophomores, for our service project, the class officers have planned to raise money towards holiday goodie bags for St. Jude children. If you wish to participate you can donate a minimum of one dollar to the main office. Each dollar donated will give you a ticket entered in a raffle for gift cards and treats. Once you deliver the money, fill out the Microsoft forms located in the eboard instagram. This week, we will also hold days for volunteers to help assemble the bags for these children. We hope you participate!!!
    • Dear artists! Our brave White Station theater program is now producing our school's very first feature film, and we need your help with producing posters. So if you're an artist or know any artists that would like to volunteer their talents, send an email to Blake Shirley at blakeyeah2015@gmail.com. Your art is much appreciated.
    • THIS WEEK, the Key Club and Humane Society Club will be collecting donations of dog and cat canned foods, treats, and toys to donate to local shelters! Please place donations in boxes in any classroom.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Chicken Salad Chick on Tuesday, January 25th from 4:00 to 8:00 pm. Come out to support them!
    • Seniors, Seniors fees for graduation are $100. This includes the cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover. Senior fees will be taken up on February 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium.
    • Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Photography Club Members- please come to our monthly meeting on Thursday from 2:30-3:00 PM in Mr. Bateman’s room, the first floor of the freshman building. We will be discussing our December winning photos!
    • Today's senior quote of the day comes from Alyssa Booker..."Just give me my diploma and pronounce my name correctly." Seniors, you have until Feb 25th to submit your senior quote. The submission form can be found in the Senior Chat.
    • Students taking Advanced Placement courses must pay their remaining balance by March 4. Invoices have been sent to the email account linked to College Board.
    • Senior Prom is May 7th from 7-11 at the Esplanade (At this time prom is only for Seniors…we will let you know if we will open it up to juniors.)

    Announcements for January 18

    • Students, if you took the ASVAB in November. You may pick up your scores from Mrs. Brown-Malone in the counseling office.
    • The hearing aid that was lost has NOT been recovered. The owner is offering a $50 reward.
    • This message regards all sophomores. For the sophomore service project, the class officers have planned to raise money towards holiday goodie bags for St. Jude children. If you wish to participate you can donate a minimum of one dollar to the main office. Each dollar donated will give you a ticket entered in a raffle for gift cards and treats. Once you deliver the money, fill out the Microsoft forms located in the eboard instagram. This week, we will also hold days for volunteers to help assemble the bags for these children. We hope you participate!!!
    • Dear artists! Our brave White Station theater program is now producing our school's very first feature film, and we need your help with producing posters. So if you're an artist or know any artists that would like to volunteer their talents, send an email to Blake Shirley at blakeyeah2015@gmail.com. Your art is much appreciated.
    • Starting TODAY, the Key Club and Humane Society Club will be collecting donations of dog and cat canned foods, treats, and toys to donate to local shelters! Please place donations in boxes in any classroom.
    • Seniors, Seniors fees for graduation are $100. This includes the cap/gown/stole, senior awards program, and diploma cover. Senior fees will be taken up on Feb. 22nd and April 12th during all lunches in the auditorium
    • Please bring correct change. Checks can be made out to White Station High School. You will pick up a cap/gown order form in the main office on the morning of the day we accept payments. There are letters in front of the main office detailing this information more.
    • Photography Club Members- please come to our monthly meeting on Thursday, January 20th, from 2:30-3:00 PM in Mr. Bateman’s room, the first floor of the freshman building. We will be discussing our December winning photos!
    • Senior Prom is May 7th from 7-11 at the Esplanade (At this time prom is only for Seniors…we will let you know if we will open it up to juniors.)If you missed an announcement, ask a teacher to pull them up in Teams.

    Announcements for January 14

    • Students, if you took the ASVAB in November. You may pick up your scores from Mrs. Brown-Malone in the counseling office.
    • The hearing aid that was lost has NOT been recovered. The owner is offering a $50 reward.
    • This message regards all sophomores. For the sophomore service project, the class officers have planned to raise money towards holiday goodie bags for St. Jude children. If you wish to participate you can donate a minimum of one dollar to the main office. Each dollar donated will give you a ticket entered in a raffle for gift cards and treats. Once you deliver the money, fill out the Microsoft forms located in the eboard instagram. Next week we will also hold days for volunteers to help assemble the bags for these children. We hope you participate!!!
    • Nashville Auto Diesel College at Lincoln Tech will be on campus TODAY during 6th period. Visits will take place in the cafeteria.
    • Dear artists! Our brave White Station theater program is now producing our school's very first feature film, and we need your help with producing posters. So if you're an artist or know any artists that would like to volunteer their talents, send an email to Blake Shirley at blakeyeah2015@gmail.com. Your art is much appreciated.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due TOMORROW. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html
    • Starting next Tuesday, the Key Club and Humane Society Club will be collecting donations of dog and cat canned foods, treats, and toys to donate to local shelters! Please place donations in boxes in any classroom.
    • Photography Club Members- please come to our monthly meeting on Thursday, January 20th, from 2:30-3:00 PM in Mr. Bateman’s room, the first floor of the freshman building. We will be discussing our December winning photos!

    Announcements for January 13

    • The hearing aid that was lost has NOT been recovered. The owner is offering a $50 reward.
    • This message regards all sophomores. For the sophomore service project, the class officers have planned to raise money towards holiday goodie bags for St. Jude children. If you wish to participate you can donate a minimum of one dollar to the main office. Each dollar donated will give you a ticket entered in a raffle for gift cards and treats. Once you deliver the money, fill out the Microsoft forms located in the eboard instagram. Next week we will also hold days for volunteers to help assemble the bags for these children. We hope you participate!!!
    • Nashville Auto Diesel College at Lincoln Tech will be on campus TOMORROW during 6th period. Visits will take place in the cafeteria.
    • Dear artists! Our brave White Station theater program is now producing our school's very first feature film, and we need your help with producing posters. So if you're an artist or know any artists that would like to volunteer their talents, send an email to Blake Shirley at blakeyeah2015@gmail.com. Your art is much appreciated
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by this Saturday. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html
    • Photography Club Members- please come to our monthly meeting on Thursday, January 20th, from 2:30-3:00 PM in Mr. Bateman’s room, the first floor of the freshman building. We will be discussing our December winning photos!

    Announcements for January 12

    • All students in 5th period study hall students again should report to your newly assigned teacher. You will eat on the lunch of that teacher. You should see this on Power Teacher, but rosters are also listed in the main lobby.
    • The hearing aid that was lost has NOT been recovered. The owner is offering a $50 reward.
    • Calling all WordSmith candidates. There will be a WordSmith interest meeting in Mr. Wade's room at 2:30 p.m. TODAY. Past and future WordSmith candidates are invited to attend. Mr. Wade's room is F121 in the Freshman Academy.
    • Photography Club Members- please come to our monthly meeting TODAY, from 2:30-3:00 PM in Mr. Wade's room, the first floor of the freshman building. We will be discussing our December winning photos!
    • Nashville Auto Diesel College at Lincoln Tech will be on campus this Friday during 6th period. Visits will take place in the cafeteria.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by this Saturday. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for January 11

    • Starting TODAY Tuesday January 11th, all students in 5th period study hall have been assigned to a teacher. You will eat on the lunch of that teacher so report to the teacher first for instructions. You should see this on Power Teacher, but rosters are also listed in the main lobby.
    • The hearing aid that was lost has NOT been recovered. The owner is offering a $50 reward.
    • National Honor Society current members are reminded of the mandatory monthly meeting TODAY immediately after school in the cafeteria.
    • Students with a 3.85 weighted GPA wishing to apply for NHS will receive an invitation in early February.
    • Calling all WordSmith candidates. There will be a WordSmith interest meeting in Mr. Wade's room at 2:30 p.m. this Thursday. Past and future WordSmith candidates are invited to attend. Mr. Wade's room is F121 in the Freshman Academy.
    • Photography Club Members- please come to our monthly meeting on Thursday, January 20th, from 2:30-3:00 PM in Mr. Wade's room, the first floor of the freshman building. We will be discussing our December winning photos!
    • Air Force recruiters will be on campus this Wednesday during 4th period, and Nashville Auto Diesel College at Lincoln Tech will be on campus this Friday during 6th period. Visits will take place in the cafeteria.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by this Saturday. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for January 10

    • The hearing aid that was lost has NOT been recovered. The owner is offering a $50 reward.
    • After school TODAY from 2.30-4.30pm come to the library to watch part 2 of a documentary on the fight for women’s right to vote. Check with your social studies teacher if you can receive extra credit for attending. Hope to see you there to learn about the struggle for the 19th Amendment. Contact Mr. Tingley in M-019 for details
    • National Honor Society current members are reminded of the mandatory monthly meeting TOMORROW immediately after school.
    • Students with a 3.85 weighted GPA wishing to apply for NHS will receive an invitation in early February.
    • Calling all WordSmith candidates. There will be a WordSmith interest meeting in Mr. Wade's room at 2:30 p.m. this Thursday. Past and future WordSmith candidates are invited to attend. Mr. Wade's room is F121 in the Freshman Academy.
    • Air Force recruiters will be on campus this Wednesday during 4th period, and Nashville Auto Diesel College at Lincoln Tech will be on campus this Friday during 6th period. Visits will take place in the library.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by this Saturday. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for January 6

    • The hearing aid that was lost has NOT been recovered. The owner is offering a $50 reward.
    • After school Monday, Jan 10th from 2.30-4.30pm come to the library to watch part 2 of a documentary on the fight for women’s right to vote. Check with your social studies teacher if you can receive extra credit for attending. Hope to see you there to learn about the struggle for the 19th Amendment. Contact Mr. Tingley in M-019 for details
    • National Honor Society current members are reminded of the mandatory monthly meeting on Tuesday, January 11 immediately after school.
    • Students with a 3.85 weighted GPA wishing to apply for NHS will receive an invitation in early February.
    • Calling all WordSmith candidates. There will be a WordSmith interest meeting in Mr. Wade's room at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 13. Past and future WordSmith candidates are invited to attend. Mr. Wade's room is F121 in the Freshman Academy.
    • Air Force recruiters will be on campus on Wednesday, January 12 during 4th period, and Nashville Auto Diesel College at Lincoln Tech will be on campus on Friday, January 14 during 6th period. Visits will take place in the library.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for January 5

    • There is still cash award if anyone can find and return a missing hearing aid to the main office.
    • Calling all WordSmith candidates. There will be a WordSmith interest meeting in Mr. Wade's room at 2:30 p.m. TOMORROW and again on Thursday, January 13. Past and future WordSmith candidates are invited to attend. Mr. Wade's room is F121 in the Freshman Academy.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for January 4

    • There is still cash award if anyone can find and return a missing hearing aid to the main office.
    • Calling all WordSmith candidates. There will be a WordSmith interest meeting in Mr. Wade's room at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 6 and again on Thursday, January 13. Past and future WordSmith candidates are invited to attend. Mr. Wade's room is F121 in the Freshman Academy.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

     

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!Happy New Year

    Announcements for January 3, 2022

    • There is still cash award if anyone can find and return a missing hearing aid to the main office.
    • Calling all WordSmith candidates. There will be a WordSmith interest meeting in Mr. Wade's room at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 6 and again on Thursday, January 13. Past and future WordSmith candidates are invited to attend. Mr. Wade's room is F121 in the Freshman Academy.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for December 16

    • The Civics Test is a graduation requirement. Heaston sent all seniors the steps on how to access the test along with a quizlet so you can practice before you take the test. If you do not make a 70 or better, you will need to wait for 24 hrs. before you can retake it. The test needs to be completed prior to winter break.
    • Students taking the DE Medical terminology class next semester should email their counselors to enroll and pick up important grant and registration packet from Room M134 by TOMORROW.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for December 14

    • The Civics Test is a graduation requirement. Heaston sent all seniors the steps on how to access the test along with a quizlet so you can practice before you take the test. If you do not make a 70 or better, you will need to wait for 24 hrs. before you can retake it. The test needs to be completed prior to winter break.
    • The HOSA Club will be having first aid CPR AED courses TODAY after school in Dr. Madu's room (M134). HOSA members and any students interested can go to Dr. Madu's room to sign up.
    • Hey! Would you like to help organize and brainstorm future events for White Station High? Join Pep club! Interest meeting TOMORROW afterschool at 2:30
    • Students taking the DE Medical terminology class next semester should email their counselors to enroll and pick up important grant and registration packet from Room M134 by Friday.
    • Attention students: look for the Flyer and QR code for OPIOD Prevention and Education TIK TOK Video Contest throughout the campus. This is sponsored by the Shelby County Health Department. Entries may be individual or groups from the student body.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for December 13

    • The Civics Test is a graduation requirement. Heaston sent all seniors the steps on how to access the test along with a quizlet so you can practice before you take the test. If you do not make a 70 or better, you will need to wait for 24 hrs. before you can retake it. The test needs to be completed prior to winter break.
    • After school today, Dec 13th from 2.30-4.30pm, come to the library to watch a documentary on the fight for women’s right to vote. Check with your social studies teacher if you can receive extra credit for attending. Hope to see you there to learn about the struggle for the 19th Amendment. Contact Mr. Tingley in M-019 for details.
    • The HOSA Club will be having first aid CPR AED courses TODAY and TOMORROW after school in Dr. Madu's room (M134). HOSA members and any students interested can go to Dr. Madu's room to sign up.
    • Students taking the DE Medical terminology class next semester should email their counselors to enroll and pick up important grant and registration packet from Room M134 by Friday.
    • Students signed up for the CPR/AED certification course or those still interested should come to Dr Madu's Room M134 today (Monday) at 2:20.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for December 10

    • The Civics Test is a graduation requirement. Heaston sent all seniors the steps on how to access the test along with a quizlet so you can practice before you take the test. If you do not make a 70 or better, you will need to wait for 24 hrs. before you can retake it. The test needs to be completed prior to winter break.
    • The JROTC program will be selling Santa Grams during lunch in the cafeteria TODAY. For $1, you can make a goodie bag for someone with a card, candy cane, and other candy. You must know the 7th period teacher AND room number of the person you’re giving it to before you buy one! If you don’t know the room number, we will have a sheet for you to reference with all the teachers and room numbers.
    • Seniors, the final at school order opportunity for graduation supplies and senior class rings is TODAY during all lunches.
    • The dual enrollment medical terminology class next semester for students interested in the medical field or biological sciences . Come to the interest meeting in Dr Madu's room 134 TODAY.
    • After school on Monday from 2.30-4.30pm come to the library to watch a documentary on the fight for women’s right to vote. Check with your social studies teacher if you can receive extra credit for attending. Hope to see you there to learn about the struggle for the 19th Amendment. Contact Mr. Tingley in M-019 for details.
    • The HOSA Club will be having first aid CPR AED courses next Monday and Tuesday after school in Dr. Madu's room (M134). HOSA members and any students interested can go to Dr. Madu's room to sign up.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for December 9

    • The Civics Test is a graduation requirement. Heaston sent all seniors the steps on how to access the test along with a quizlet so you can practice before you take the test. If you do not make a 70 or better, you will need to wait for 24 hrs. before you can retake it. The test needs to be completed prior to winter break.
    • The JROTC program will be selling Santa Grams during lunch in the cafeteria TODAY AND TOMORROW. For $1, you can make a goodie bag for someone with a card, candy cane, and other candy. You must know the 7th period teacher AND room number of the person you’re giving it to before you buy one! If you don’t know the room number, we will have a sheet for you to reference with all the teachers and room numbers.
    • Seniors, the final at school order opportunity for graduation supplies and senior class rings is TOMORROW during all lunches.
    • The dual enrollment medical terminology class next semester for students interested in the medical field or biological sciences . Come to the interest meeting in Dr Madu's room 134 TOMORROW.
    • After school on Monday Dec 13th from 2.30-4.30pm come to the library to watch a documentary on the fight for women’s right to vote. Check with your social studies teacher if you can receive extra credit for attending. Hope to see you there to learn about the struggle for the 19th Amendment. Contact Mr. Tingley in M-019 for details.
    • The HOSA Club will be having first aid CPR AED courses next Monday and Tuesday after school in Dr. Madu's room (M134). HOSA members and any students interested can go to Dr. Madu's room to sign up.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for December 6

    • Huge shout out and Congratulations to the Spartan Knowledge Bowl team in their defeating Millington High School. Final score was 435-190. The show will air Saturday January 22nd. Also this past Saturday, the White Station Quiz Bowl team swept the Danielle Adams Memorial Quiz Bowl tournament by bringing home 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place plaques along with 5 individual student recognitions. Congrats to: Shawn Meng, Lena McMillian, Raj Gosain, Adith Kotha, and Abhi Lingareddy
    • The Civics Test is a graduation requirement. Heaston sent all seniors the steps on how to access the test along with a quizlet so you can practice before you take the test. If you do not make a 70 or better, you will need to wait for 24 hrs. before you can retake it. The test needs to be completed prior to winter break.
    • In preparation for midterm exams, the Science National Honor Society will be hosting a tutoring session for STEM-related subjects after school on Tuesday in Ms. Cornell's room (M210).
    • Students and staff, please help those less fortunate by bringing donations of blankets, winter hats and gloves to M134.
    • If you are interested in taking Dual Enrollment Sociology or Dual Enrollment Globalization, please come by M207 to get added to the list to receive the information about registering. This is the only way to register!! Our information meeting will be TOMORROW, online. See Mrs. Kannady for more information.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Saucy Chicken TOMORROW from 2:30 to 8:00 pm. Make sure to tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure proceeds go to E-board. Come out to support them!
    • The French Club's holiday meeting is on Tuesday, 12/7, from 2:30 - 3:30 in Madame Altman's room, E-108.
    • The JROTC program will be selling Santa Grams during lunch in the cafeteria December 6-10. For $1, you can make a goodie bag for someone with a card, candy cane, and other candy. We are sorry about the distribution of Boo Grams, so to make this time more organized you must know the 7th period teacher AND room number of the person you’re giving it to before you buy one! If you don’t know the room number, we will have a sheet for you to reference with all the teachers and room numbers.
    • The dual enrollment medical terminology class next semester for students interested in the medical field or biological sciences . Come to the interest meeting in Dr Madu's room 134 on Friday the 10th
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for December 3

    • Today is the LAST DAY to nominate yourself or a friend for Basketball Homecoming Court!

    You only have to be nominated once to be considered. And the link to nominate, which can be found @wshseboard instagram and in the front of the cafeteria, will stop accepting names at 12pm today.

    • The Civics Test is a graduation requirement. Heaston sent all seniors the steps on how to access the test along with a quizlet so you can practice before you take the test. If you do not make a 70 or better, you will need to wait for 24 hrs. before you can retake it. The test needs to be completed prior to winter break.
    • This Saturday the White Station Quiz Bowl Team will be competing in the Danielle Adams Memorial Quiz Bowl Tournament in Itawamba, Mississippi. As you see them today wish them luck and show your support.
    • We will be accepting Basketball Homecoming Nominations in the front of the cafeteria, through QR codes posted around the school, and through the link in the @wshseboard Instagram starting TODAY. Nominate yourself or a friend!
    • Students and staff, please help those less fortunate by bringing donations of blankets, winter hats and gloves to M134.
    • If you are interested in taking Dual Enrollment Sociology or Dual Enrollment Globalization, please come by M207 to get added to the list to receive the information about registering. This is the only way to register!! Our information meeting will be Tuesday, December 7, online. See Mrs. Kannady for more information.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Saucy Chicken on Tuesday, December 7th from 2:30 to 8:00 pm. Make sure to tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure proceeds go to E-board. Come out to support them!
    • The dual enrollment medical terminology class next semester for students interested in the medical field or biological sciences . Come to the interest meeting in Dr Madu's room 134 on Friday the 10th
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for December 2

    • The Civics Test is a graduation requirement. Heaston sent all seniors the steps on how to access the test along with a quizlet so you can practice before you take the test. If you do not make a 70 or better, you will need to wait for 24 hrs. before you can retake it. The test needs to be completed prior to winter break.
    • Tonight the White Station Knowledge Bowl Team will have their first match of the year. Wish the reigning Champions luck as they defend their title. Also, this Saturday the White Station Quiz Bowl Team will be competing in the Danielle Adams Memorial Quiz Bowl Tournament in Itawamba, Mississippi. As you see them today wish them luck and show your support.
    • We will be accepting Basketball Homecoming Nominations in the front of the cafeteria, through QR codes posted around the school, and through the link in the @wshseboard Instagram starting TODAY and TOMORROW. Nominate yourself or a friend!
    • Students and staff, please help those less fortunate by bringing donations of blankets, winter hats and gloves to M134.
    • If you are interested in taking Dual Enrollment Sociology or Dual Enrollment Globalization, please come by M207 to get added to the list to receive the information about registering. This is the only way to register!! Our information meeting will be Tuesday, December 7, online. See Mrs. Kannady for more information.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Saucy Chicken on Tuesday, December 7th from 2:30 to 8:00 pm. Make sure to tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure proceeds go to E-board. Come out to support them!
    • The dual enrollment medical terminology class next semester for students interested in the medical field or biological sciences . Come to the interest meeting in Dr Madu's room 134 on Friday the 10th
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for December 1

    • Our Raider Team competed on Saturday, Nov 20th in the Ranger Randy Raider Competition and beat out 10 other SCS JROTC Teams brings home the 1st Place Trophy and each team member received a medal. The members on the team who competed are below and a photo is attached. The alternate member did not compete but attended the match. Several parents, grand parents and other students came out to support the team.

    Cadet Gilbert Hayes - Team Commander

    Cadet Tavern Lindsey

    Cadet Dylan Heaston

    Cadet Samuel Galindo

    Cadet Rayleigh Salmon

    Cadet Jackson Gillihan (Alternate Member)

    • We will be accepting Basketball Homecoming Nominations in the front of the cafeteria, through QR codes posted around the school, and through the link in the @wshseboard Instagram starting today Dec. 1 until Friday Dec. 3. Nominate yourself or a friend!
    • Students and staff, please help those less fortunate by bringing donations of blankets, winter hats and gloves to M134.
    • If you are interested in taking Dual Enrollment Sociology or Dual Enrollment Globalization, please come by M207 to get added to the list to receive the information about registering. This is the only way to register!! Our information meeting will be Tuesday December 7, online. See Mrs. Kannady for more information.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for November 29

    • Students and staff, please help those less fortunate by bringing donations of blankets, winter hats and gloves to M134,
    • Every Christmas a child wants to wake up to a gift. Don’t you? Teachers please sign up for DECA’s Angel Donation program for the Salvation Army of Memphis. Many of these kids won’t have any gifts so contact your fifth period teacher to make a change. Teachers please check your emails for more details. TODAY is the deadline to sign up for DECA’s Angel Donation program, gifts will be picked up from classrooms on December 3rd.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for November 19

    • The Science National Honor Society will continue its partnership with Rhodes College on the CubeSAT project, and students from Rhodes will be returning for a final meeting TODAY for hands-on demonstrations on PV cells in Ms. Cornell's room (M210). Any student interested can join!
    • Students and staff, please help those less fortunate by bringing donations of blankets, winter hats and gloves to M134, canned and non-perishable goods to food boxes in your teacher’s room, and coats for kids to E205. Teachers, remember to email Mrs. Kirby if your canned foods box is in need of pickup.
    • Every Christmas a child wants to wake up to a gift. Don’t you? Teachers please sign up for DECA’s Angel Donation program for the Salvation Army of Memphis. Many of these kids won’t have any gifts so contact your fifth period teacher to make a change. Teachers please check your emails for more details. Monday, November 29 is the deadline to sign up for DECA’s Angel Donation program, gifts will be picked up from classrooms on December 3rd.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for November 18

    • The White Station High Photography Club interest meeting is TODAY, from 2:30-3:00 PM in Mr. Wade's room on the first floor of the Freshman building. All interest and experience levels are welcome! Follow @wshsphotographyclub on Instagram for updates.
    • The Comic Creation Club hosts a space for aspiring illustrators to collaborate and build skills. TODAY, they will hold an interest meeting in Mr. Pentecost's room, M239, after school.
    • Students and staff, please help those less fortunate by bringing donations of blankets, winter hats and gloves to M134, canned and non-perishable goods to food boxes in your teacher’s room, and coats for kids to E205. Teachers, remember to email Mrs. Kirby if your canned foods box is in need of pickup.
    • The Science National Honor Society will continue its partnership with Rhodes College on the CubeSAT project, and students from Rhodes will be returning for a final meeting this Friday for hands-on demonstrations on PV cells in Ms. Cornell's room (M210). Any student interested can join!
    • Every Christmas a child wants to wake up to a gift. Don’t you? Teachers please sign up for DECA’s Angel Donation program for the Salvation Army of Memphis. Many of these kids won’t have any gifts so contact your fifth period teacher to make a change. Teachers please check your emails for more details. Monday, November 29, is the deadline to sign up for DECA’s Angel Donation program, but we suggest signing up now so your students will have time to shop over thanksgiving break”
    • Colleges Coming to Campus include the following:

    University of Memphis TODAY, 3rd period.

    Announcements for November 17

    • The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery will be given at White Station TODAY.
    • The White Station High Photography Club interest meeting is TOMORROW, from 2:30-3:00 PM in Mr. Wade's room on the first floor of the Freshman building. All interest and experience levels are welcome! Follow @wshsphotographyclub on Instagram for updates.
    • The Comic Creation Club hosts a space for aspiring illustrators to collaborate and build skills. TOMORROW, they will hold an interest meeting in Mr. Pentecost's room, M239, after school.
    • Anyone interested in playing softball see coach Alberson in the East gym during your lunch TODAY.
    • Students and staff, please help those less fortunate by bringing donations of blankets, winter hats and gloves to M134, canned and non-perishable goods to food boxes in your teacher’s room, and coats for kids to E205. Teachers, remember to email Mrs. Kirby if your canned foods box is in need of pickup.
    • The Science National Honor Society will continue its partnership with Rhodes College on the CubeSAT project, and students from Rhodes will be returning for a final meeting this Friday for hands-on demonstrations on PV cells in Ms. Cornell's room (M210). Any student interested can join!
    • Colleges Coming to Campus include the following:

    University of Missouri/Mizzou TODAY, 3rd period,

    Birmingham Southern College TODAY, 7th period, and

    Announcements for November 16

    • The American Mathematics Competition for High Schools will take place today. Students who are participating must report to the library by 8:30 AM this morning to take the AMC 10B and AMC 12 B exams. Good luck!
    • Seniors, Balfour will be on campus for ordering graduation announcements and supplies TODAY during all lunches in the cafeteria. A $60 deposit is required to place an order. Information packets are available in the Main Office.
    • Seniors in the National Honor Society, the Chapter Service project is due during the next meeting TODAY in the auditorium. A reminder that students may bring in $15 in cash or check (made to White Station), two documented service hours at Le Bonheur, or a new children’s board game, book, or card game. Please reach out on the Teams or Remind if you have any questions or concerns.
    • The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery will be given at White Station TOMORROW. If you would like to take the test, please sign up in Mrs. Brown-Malone, the counselor's office E207.
    • Do you enjoy taking photos in your spare time? Interested in learning more about photography, meeting with other student photographers, and getting your photos featured in an exhibition? Join the White Station High Photography Club for our interest meeting, Thursday, from 2:30-3:00 PM in Mr. Wade's room on the first floor of the Freshman building. All interest and experience levels are welcome! Follow @wshsphotographyclub on Instagram for updates.
    • NEW COURSE ALERT! DE Sociology of Globalization with Mrs Kannady to be offered in the Spring! She will have a brief chat after school 11/16 in M207 for those interested.
    • Students and staff, please help those less fortunate by bringing donations of blankets, winter hats and gloves to M134, canned and non-perishable goods to food boxes in your teacher’s room, and coats for kids to E205. Teachers, remember to email Mrs. Kirby if your canned foods box is in need of pickup.
    • The Science National Honor Society will continue its partnership with Rhodes College on the CubeSAT project, and students from Rhodes will be returning for a final meeting this Friday for hands-on demonstrations on PV cells in Ms. Cornell's room (M210). Any student interested can join!
    • Colleges Coming to Campus include the following:

    Christian Brothers University TODAY, 7th period,

    University of Missouri/Mizzou TOMORROW, 3rd period,

    Birmingham Southern College TOMORROW, 7th period, and

    Announcements for November 12

    • Bonjour and Happy National French Week! If you find a FRENCH ROCKS rock, bring it to Mrs. Altman in E-108 or to an AP French student between classes or after school to receive a prize. Merci !
    • AP/DE Biology and DE Anatomy and physiology classes are asking for donations of blankets, winter hats and gloves for the homeless in Memphis during these cold months. Please bring these items to Dr Madu's class at M134.
    • The Science National Honor Society will continue its partnership with Rhodes College on the CubeSAT project, and students from Rhodes will be returning this Friday for hands-on demonstrations on photovoltaic cells. Any student interested can join!
    • The White Station Key Club and JROTC are collaborating on a schoolwide food drive to benefit the Mid-South Food Bank through November 19. Please bring cans and other non-perishable goods like mac and cheese and peanut butter. Check your classrooms for boxes to place the donations in! Teachers, once the box inside the classroom is full of cans, please email kirbyea@scsk12.org, and volunteers will come to collect them by the next day. If you still have any boxes as of Friday, November 19-full or not- please email me that morning as well.
    • Coats for Kids- Operation Warm Hearts has arrived. If you are interested in participating, please stop by the counselor's office.
    • Scribbler is hosting a Fall themed coffee house TONIGHT in the cafeteria from 5-8 pm. Join your peers for a night full of music, performances, and fun. $5 at the door. Bring pillows and blankets.
    • 9-11th grade photos will be MONDAY. Prepare accordingly.
    • Seniors, Balfour will be on campus for ordering graduation announcements and supplies Tuesday during all lunches in the cafeteria. A $60 deposit is required to place an order. Information packets are available in the Main Office.
    • Seniors in the National Honor Society, the Chapter Service project is due during the next meeting on the 16th. A reminder that students may bring in $15 in cash or check (made to White Station), two documented service hours at Le Bonheur, or a new children’s board game, book, or card game. Please reach out on the Teams or Remind if you have any questions or concerns.
    • The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery will be given at White Station on Wednesday. If you would like to take the test, please sign up in Mrs. Brown-Malone, the counselor's office E207.
    • Seniors, be aware that Birmingham Southern College will be on campus Wednesday in 7th period (in-person)
    • Do you enjoy taking photos in your spare time? Interested in learning more about photography, meeting with other student photographers, and getting your photos featured in an exhibition? Join the White Station High Photography Club for our interest meeting, Thursday, from 2:30-3:00 PM in Mr. Wade's room on the first floor of the Freshman building. All interest and experience levels are welcome! Follow @wshsphotographyclub on Instagram for updates.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for November 10

    • The American Mathematics Competition for High Schools will take place today. Students who are participating must report to the library by 8:30 AM this morning to take the AMC 10A and AMC 12 A.
    • Bonjour and Happy National French Week! To celebrate how much FRENCH ROCKS, we have hidden French themed rocks throughout campus. If you find one, bring it to Mrs. Altman in E-108 or to an AP French student between classes or after school to receive a prize. Merci !
    • AP/DE Biology and DE Anatomy and physiology classes are asking for donations of blankets, winter hats and gloves for the homeless in Memphis during these cold months. Please bring these items to Dr Madu's class at M134.
    • The Science National Honor Society will continue its partnership with Rhodes College on the CubeSAT project, and students from Rhodes will be returning this Friday for hands-on demonstrations on photovoltaic cells. Any student interested can join!
    • The White Station Key Club and JROTC are collaborating on a schoolwide food drive to benefit the Mid-South Food Bank through November 19. Please bring cans and other non-perishable goods like mac and cheese and peanut butter. Check your classrooms for boxes to place the donations in! Teachers, once the box inside the classroom is full of cans, please email kirbyea@scsk12.org, and volunteers will come to collect them by the next day. If you still have any boxes as of Friday, November 19-full or not- please email me that morning as well.
    • Coats for Kids- Operation Warm Hearts has arrived. If you are interested in participating, please stop by the counselor's office.
    • Scribbler is hosting a Fall themed coffee house this Friday in the cafeteria from 5-8 pm. Join your peers for a night full of music, performances, and fun. $5 at the door. Bring pillows and blankets.
    • 9-11th grade photos will be November 15th and 16th. Prepare accordingly.
    • Seniors, Balfour will be on campus for ordering graduation announcements and supplies Thursday, November 16th during all lunches in the cafeteria. A $60 deposit is required to place an order. Information packets are available in the Main Office.
    • Seniors in the National Honor Society, the Chapter Service project is due during the next meeting on the 16th. A reminder that students may bring in $15 in cash or check (made to White Station), two documented service hours at Le Bonheur, or a new children’s board game, book, or card game. Please reach out on the Teams or Remind if you have any questions or concerns.
    • The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery will be given at White Station on November 17th. If you would like to take the test, please sign up in Mrs. Brown-Malone, the counselor's office E207.
    • Those seniors who signed up for LeMoyne-Owen spotlight day, please show proof of registration to Mrs. Heason by TODAY.
    • Seniors, be aware that Birmingham Southern College will be on campus November 17 in 7th period (in-person)
    • Do you enjoy taking photos in your spare time? Interested in learning more about photography, meeting with other student photographers, and getting your photos featured in an exhibition? Join the White Station High Photography Club for our interest meeting, November 18th, from 2:30-3:00 PM in Mr. Wade's room on the first floor of the Freshman building. All interest and experience levels are welcome! Follow @wshsphotographyclub on Instagram for updates.
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for November 8

    • Bonjour and Happy National French Week! To celebrate how much FRENCH ROCKS, we have hidden French themed rocks throughout campus. If you find one, bring it to Mrs. Altman in E-108 or to an AP French student between classes or after school to receive a prize. Merci !
    • Join Amnesty International TOMORROW, after school in the library to discuss the history of Confederate statues from reconstruction to deconstruction.
    • Coats for Kids- Operation Warm Hearts has arrived. If you are interested in participating, please stop by the counselor's office.
    • Scribbler is hosting a Fall themed coffee house this Friday, November 12th in the cafeteria from 5-8 pm. Join your peers for a night full of music, performances, and fun. $5 at the door. Bring pillows and blankets.
    • 9-11th grade photos will be November 15th and 16th. Prepare accordingly.
    • Seniors, Balfour will be on campus for ordering graduation announcements and supplies Thursday, November 16th during all lunches in the cafeteria. A $60 deposit is required to place an order. Information packets are available in the Main Office.
    • Seniors in the National Honor Society, the Chapter Service project is due during the next meeting on the 16th. A reminder that students may bring in $15 in cash or check (made to White Station), two documented service hours at Le Bonheur, or a new children’s board game, book, or card game. Please reach out on the Teams or Remind if you have any questions or concerns
    • The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery will be given at White Station on November 17th. If you would like to take the test, please sign up in Mrs. Brown-Malone, the counselor's office E207.
    • Seniors, be aware that Birmingham Southern College will be on campus November 17 in 7th period (in-person)
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

    Announcements for November 5

    • Students who have Mr. James, Ms. Fairchild, or Ms. Oster for English 1st, 2nd, or 3rd period will report to the auditorium AFTER 1st period at 8:10. Students who have Mr. James, Ms. Fairchild, or Ms. Mooney 5th, 6th, or 7th period will report to the auditorium at 12:00 p.m. Teachers refer to the email you received. The absence counts as a Field Trip.
    • The Science National Honor Society has collaborated with the Rhodes College's CubeSAT project of sending a satellite into Earth's orbit. Students of Rhodes will be visiting TODAY after school in Ms. Cornell's room (M210) and the next couple Fridays to share their research, findings in the lab, and scientific demonstrations.
    • Harris-Stowe State University is hosting a Scholarship Reception Sunday, November 7 at the Double Tree. All seniors are welcome to register for the event. The admissions team will be giving out scholarships at this event. Scholarships start with a 2.5 GPA. All the information about this event and this scholarship opportunity are on your counselors' senior team.
    • Join Amnesty International Tuesday, November 9, after school in the library to discuss the history of Confederate statues from reconstruction to deconstruction.
    • 9-11th grade photos will be November 15th and 16th. Prepare accordingly.
    • Seniors, Balfour will be on campus for ordering graduation announcements and supplies Thursday, November 16th during all lunches in the cafeteria. A $60 deposit is required to place an order. Information packets are available in the Main Office.
    • Seniors in the National Honor Society, the Chapter Service project is due during the next meeting on the 16th. A reminder that students may bring in $15 in cash or check (made to White Station), two documented service hours at Le Bonheur, or a new children’s board game, book, or card game. Please reach out on the Teams or Remind if you have any questions or concerns
    • The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery will be given at White Station on November 17th. If you would like to take the test, please sign up in Mrs. Brown-Malone, the counselor's office E207.
    • Seniors, be aware that Birmingham Southern College will be on campus November 17 in 7th period (in-person)
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html
    • On our last day talking about sleep we want you to remember to CRASH IN BED, NOT ON THE ROAD. To avoid a drowsy driving crash please follow these life saving tips.
      • Be well rested before hitting the road, 8-10 hours of uninterrupted sleep.
      • Avoid driving between midnight and 6 AM, times you’d normally be asleep. Also, avoid late afternoon driving as that is the time we are naturally the least alert and most tired.
      • Do not drive alone. If possible, travel with a well-rested passenger who can engage in conversation and share the driving.
      • Schedule frequent breaks about every 2 hours at least.

    Finally, do not rely on caffeine to keep you awake. Know yourself and know how much sleep you got the night before when deciding if you are ‘up to the task’. Remember, Don’t Drive Drowsy, Just Pull Over. You can take the pledge to not drive drowsy at www.dontdrivedrowsy.org

    Announcements for November 4

    • White Station Mock Trial is BACK! We are excited to invite you to meet with two of our coaches on TODAY at 230pm in Mrs. Kannady’s room M207 to learn more about Mock Trial!
    • The Comic Creation Club hosts a space for aspiring illustrators to collaborate and build skills. TODAY, they will hold an interest meeting in Mr. Pentecost's room, M239, afterschool.
    • 9-11th grade photos will be November 15th and 16th. Prepare accordingly.
    • Seniors in the National Honor Society, the Chapter Service project is due during the next meeting on the 16th. A reminder that students may bring in $15 in cash or check (made to White Station), two documented service hours at Le Bonheur, or a new children’s board game, book, or card game. Please reach out on the Teams or Remind if you have any questions or concerns
    • The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery will be given at White Station on November 17th. If you would like to take the test, please sign up in Mrs. Brown-Malone, the counselor's office E207.
    • Seniors, be aware that Birmingham Southern College will be on campus November 17 in 7th period (in-person)
    • The Science National Honor Society has collaborated with the Rhodes College's CubeSAT project of sending a satellite into Earth's orbit. Students of Rhodes will be visiting this Friday after school at Ms. Cornell's room (M210) and the next couple Fridays to share their research, findings in the lab, and scientific demonstrations. All students are open to joining this event. We hope to see y'all there
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html

     

    • No one is immune from drowsy driving but teens and young adults are particularly vulnerable. Drivers 16-25 are estimated to be involved in more than half of the 1.2 MILLION drowsy driving crashes. Of the 50,000 high school students who completed a Youth Risk Behavior study, fewer that 30% reported sleeping 8 hours a night, you need 8-10. And, girls are less likely than boys to get sufficient sleep. Remember, to be adequately prepared to face a new day, we need 8-10 hours of uninterrupted sleep every night. When we start taking the responsibility to get 8-10 hours of sleep each night seriously, we will discover immense benefits form a few extra hours of sleep. 8-10 hours of sleep is not a random number, it’s the number that scientists have found to be the magic number to be able to perform at a high standard the way our bodies are meant to perform. It’s very simple; do less, sleep more.

    Announcements for November 3

    • Congratulations to the following students for earning a spot in the WTVMEA All Southwest Honor Choir: Sarah Cameron, Soprano 1, Tamia Elliott, Alto 1, Simon Schoenberger, Tenor 2, Calvin Payton, Bass 2, and Keashia Bonds, Alto 1 5th alternate. We are proud of your hard work.
    • White Station Mock Trial is BACK! We are excited to invite you to meet with two of our coaches on TOMORROW at 230pm in Mrs. Kannady’s room M207 to learn more about Mock Trial!
    • The Comic Creation Club hosts a space for aspiring illustrators to collaborate and build skills. Tomorrow, they will hold an interest meeting in Mr. Pentecost's room, M239, afterschool.
    • 9-11th grade photos will be November 15th and 16th. Prepare accordingly.
    • Seniors in the National Honor Society, the Chapter Service project is due during the next meeting on the 16th. A reminder that students may bring in $15 in cash or check (made to White Station), two documented service hours at Le Bonheur, or a new children’s board game, book, or card game. Please reach out on the Teams or Remind if you have any questions or concerns
    • The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery will be given at White Station on November 17th. If you would like to take the test, please sign up in Mrs. Brown-Malone, the counselor's office E207.
    • Seniors, be aware that Birmingham Southern College will be on campus November 17 in 7th period (in-person)
    • All TN Governors Schools are due by Jan 15. Ask your teacher for the link on TEAMS.: https://www.tn.gov/education/instruction/tdoe-governors-schools.html
    • Clearly there is a need to reframe the importance of sleep and its impact on our health and safety. While some may think sleep is overrated, it is a life-sustaining activity that is as important as eating right and exercise. While we sleep our brains go to work forming the pathways necessary for learning and creating new memories and insights. Our bodies also produce hormones that us grow, produce muscle mass, fight infections and repair cells. Skimping on sleep not only makes us less sharp, and be able to react quickly, which is critical for safe driving, it also affects our metal health and increases our risk of high blood pressure, heart disease and obesity.

    Announcements for November 2

    • White Station Mock Trial is BACK! We are excited to invite you to meet with two of our coaches on November 4th at 230pm in Mrs. Kannady’s room M207 to learn more about Mock Trial!
    • 9-11th grade photos will be November 15th and 16th. Prepare accordingly.
    • Seniors in the National Honor Society, the Chapter Service project is due during the next meeting on the 16th. A reminder that students may bring in $15 in cash or check (made to White Station), two documented service hours at Le Bonheur, or a new children’s board game, book, or card game. Please reach out on the Teams or Remind if you have any questions or concerns
    • The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery will be given at White Station on November 17th. If you would like to take the test, please sign up in Mrs. Brown-Malone, the counselor's office E207.
    • Spartans, the video of the fall sports senior athletes for the 2021 season is out now. Watch the video of senior athletes by clicking the link in the bio the WSHS EBoard Instagram account or by searching WSHS Fall Sports Senior Athletes on Youtube on your phone or personal laptop. https://youtu.be/BNz3xUXuHUQ
    • College information session continue with the following:
      Mississippi State University TODAY in 4th period (in-person)
      Birmingham Southern College November 17 in 7th period (in-person)

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    • One of the most important things to getting a good night’s sleep is to TURN OFF ALL ELECTRONICS an hour before bed. WHAT??? “But! I need my alarm.” Calm down. If you set your phone to Do Not Disturb or Airplane Mode the alarm still works fine AND you do not get notifications during the night. Let’s face it. Is there really ANYTHING so important that you need to know about it at 2AM??? While we’re at it, don’t try to ‘catch up’ on missed sleep on the weekend. All that does is make it harder to fall asleep that night. Instead, do your best to get 8-10 hours of uninterrupted sleep EVERY night. You won’t believe how great you’ll feel! You’ll be able to do better in school, in sports or the activity of your choice and even in your relationships with others. Sleep! It Does A Body Good!!

    Announcements for October 28

    • The White Station High School Cross Country team is proud to announce that three of our runners qualified to advance to the State Championships in Hendersonville, TN next week. Representing the Spartans will be sophomore Gabrielle Shirley, sophomore Jarryn Lowe, and junior Russell Wolfe. Best of luck to our runners!
    • The JROTC Program will be selling Boograms each lunch period starting next week! If you bring in $3 dollars, you can send a bag of candy with a card to your friends or teachers! We will be selling Boograms through Friday and they will be delivered during 7th period on Friday.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Torchy's Tacos TODAY from 3:00 to 8:00 pm. Make sure to tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure proceeds go to E-board. Come out to support them!
    • Make a Wish will be meeting TODAY after school at 2:25 in Room M241. There will be a guest speaker.
    • Are you a serious artist looking to grow your skills and work with other artists? Scan the QR code on one of our posters to apply for the OBSERVATIONAL CLUB! Applications are due TODAY!
    • The 2021 HBCU College Fair is November 3. The first 40 seniors to return the complete and signed permission form by November 1 will attend.
    • the football cheer team is competing at regionals this Saturday 10/30 at 4 pm at the Renaissance convention center downtown. Please come out and support them as they try and qualify for nationals in Orlando Florida!
    • TN PROMISE DEADLINE IS QUICKLY APPROACHING!!! We are only a couple weeks away from the application deadline. Seniors that do not apply for the scholarship by 11:59 PM on November 1, 2021, will not be able to become eligible for funding at a later date. Seniors can complete the quick application now at https://www.tn.gov/tnpromise!
    • White Station Mock Trial is BACK! We are excited to invite you to meet with two of our coaches on November 4th at 230pm in Mrs. Kannady’s room M207 to learn more about Mock Trial!
    • 9-11th grade photos will be November 15th and 16th. Prepare accordingly.
    • College information session continue with the following:
      Mississippi State University November 2 in 4th period (in-person)
      Birmingham Southern College November 17 in 7th period (in-person)

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    Announcements for October 26

    • ALL STAFF, ADMINISTRATORS AND STUDENTS ARE INVITED TO COME BY THE FIRST FLOOR OF THE EAST-ANNEX TO ADMIRE THE HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH PRODUCTS MADE BY SPANISH 3 AND AP SPANISH STUDENTS.
    • Coach KG and the Track & Field Team would like to thank EVERYONE that came out and supported the Car Wash on Saturday! You helped us exceed our goal and we are truly grateful!
    • The JROTC Program will be selling Boograms each lunch period starting next week! If you bring in $3 dollars, you can send a bag of candy with a card to your friends or teachers! We will be selling Boograms starting 10/25 - 10/29 and they will be delivered during 7th period on Friday.
    • Attention Juniors and Seniors!!! The YMCA is looking for students that need some extra guidance or motivation to help you reach your goals in life. The meetings will take place at school once a week between 11:30-12:30pm. Interested students only should see Mrs. Heaston TODAY.
    • Spruce Up Sparta Club will hold an interest meeting TODAY at 2:30 in Mr. Harris’s Room M110.
      Spruce Up Sparta Club has completed and is planning for many more campus improvements this school year. If you are
      Interested in serving White Station High through campus improvements, you’ll want to attend this meeting.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Torchy's Tacos on Thursday from 3:00 to 8:00 pm. Make sure to tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure proceeds go to E-board. Come out to support them!
    • Make a Wish will be meeting Thursday after school at 2:25 in Room M241. There will be a guest speaker.
    • Seniors that want to attend the 2021 HBCU College Fair, November 3, should pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Heaston by TOMORROW. The first 40 seniors to return the complete and signed permission form by November 1 will attend.
    • the football cheer team is competing at regionals this Saturday 10/30 at 4 pm at the Renaissance convention center downtown. Please come out and support them as they try and qualify for nationals in Orlando Florida!
    • TN PROMISE DEADLINE IS QUICKLY APPROACHING!!! We are only a couple weeks away from the application deadline. Seniors that do not apply for the scholarship by 11:59 PM on November 1, 2021, will not be able to become eligible for funding at a later date. Seniors can complete the quick application now at https://www.tn.gov/tnpromise!
    • College information session continue with the following:
      Mid South Christian College TODAY in 4th period (in-person)
      University of Tennesse Knoxville TOMORROW in 3rd period (in-person)
      University of Tennesse Chattanooga TOMORROW in 4th period (in-person)

    Birmingham Southern College November 17 in 7th period (in-person)

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    Announcements for October 25

    • ALL STAFF, ADMINISTRATORS AND STUDENTS ARE INVITED TO COME BY THE FIRST FLOOR OF THE EAST-ANNEX TO ADMIRE THE HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH PRODUCTS MADE BY SPANISH 3 AND AP SPANISH STUDENTS.
    • Coach KG and the Track & Field Team would like to thank EVERYONE that came out and supported the Car Wash on Saturday! You helped us exceed our goal and we are truly grateful!
    • The JROTC Program will be selling Boograms each lunch period starting next week! If you bring in $3 dollars, you can send a bag of candy with a card to your friends or teachers! We will be selling Boograms starting 10/25 - 10/29 and they will be delivered during 7th period on Friday.
    • Attention Juniors and Seniors!!! The YMCA is looking for students that need some extra guidance or motivation to help you reach your goals in life. The meetings will take place at school once a week between 11:30-12:30pm. Interested students only should see Mrs. Heaston TODAY.
    • Spruce Up Sparta Club will hold an interest meeting TOMORROW at 2:30 in Mr. Harris’s Room M110.
      Spruce Up Sparta Club has completed and is planning for many more campus improvements this school year. If you are
      Interested in serving White Station High through campus improvements, you’ll want to attend this meeting.
    • Spartans! E-board is hosting a spirit night at Torchy's Tacos on Thursday from 3:00 to 8:00 pm. Make sure to tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure proceeds go to E-board. Come out to support them!
    • Make a Wish will be meeting Thursday after school at 2:25 in Room M241. There will be a guest speaker.
    • Seniors that want to attend the 2021 HBCU College Fair, November 3, should pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Heaston by TOMORROW. The first 40 seniors to return the complete and signed permission form by November 1 will attend.
    • the football cheer team is competing at regionals this Saturday 10/30 at 4 pm at the Renaissance convention center downtown. Please come out and support them as they try and qualify for nationals in Orlando Florida!
    • TN PROMISE DEADLINE IS QUICKLY APPROACHING!!! We are only a couple weeks away from the application deadline. Seniors that do not apply for the scholarship by 11:59 PM on November 1, 2021, will not be able to become eligible for funding at a later date. Seniors can complete the quick application now at https://www.tn.gov/tnpromise!
    • College information session continue with the following:
      University of Tennesse Knoxville TODAY in 3rd period (in-person)
      University of Tennesse Chattanooga TODAY in 4th period (in-person)
    • Birmingham Southern College November 17 in 7th period (in-person)

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    Announcements for October 21

    • Please join us for a lunch and learn in the library to learn all about a new club coming to White Station, She Leads. She Leads is a leadership and service club for girls looking to build their college resumes, learn to be a great leader, and make a difference in their community. We encourage girls to stop by TODAY during lunches and learn more about this awesome leadership opportunity.
    • If you love food and want to indulge in diverse cuisines from all around the world, come to the International Cooking Club’s interest meeting TODAY from 2:30 to 3 in M237.
    • Do you want to learn about science through participating in fun experiments? If so, come out to the Science Research Club's first meeting this FRIDAY in Dr. Madu's room, M134 from 2:30 to 3:00.
    • The Science National Honor Society is holding an interest meeting this Friday afterschool in Mrs. Cornell's room M-210. The Science National Honor Society is a distinguished academic honor society for students interested in furthering scientific engagement within the realms of school and the professional science field!
    • Register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Remember when your car used to be clean? Together, we can bring those days back! The Track & Field Team will be doing a Car Wash this Saturday from 10-3 in the Auditorium Parking Lot! The cost is ONLY $10 per vehicle, and we will accept payment and donations in the form of cash or via cashapp! See Coach KG in M128 if you have any questions
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their fall blood drive on Monday, October 25th. If you are interested in donating blood, sign up for an appointment during your lunch period. If you are under the age of 18 and were given a consent form to be signed, please bring the form back to the cafeteria stage during lunch ASAP in order to receive a time slot.
    • Are you interested in the advancement of students rights? Do you want to help fight gender, class, sexual identity and racial inequality in our school? If so, come join the White Station Civil Liberties Union! Our interest meeting is Monday, October 25th at 2:30 ,in Mr. Insch’s room, E 201
    • Attention Juniors and Seniors!!! The YMCA is looking for students that need some extra guidance or motivation to help you reach your goals in life. The meetings will take place at school once a week between 11:30-12:30pm. Interested students only should see Mrs. Heaston no later than Tuesday, October 26.
    • The Posse Foundation’s exciting new partnership with UNCSA (University of North Carolina Charlotte School of the Arts) is offering 10, four-year full-tuition scholarships to promising high school seniors who want to study Dance, Design & Production, Drama, Filmmaking, or Music in college. If seriously interested, please email Mrs. Heaston by Oct. 22nd.
    • The commencement ceremony for the class of 2022 will take place on Sunday, May 22, 2022 at 4 PM at Renasant Center downtown. We will not have spacing restrictions (as of right now) so the expectation is that all teachers, counselors, and administrators attend.
    • TN PROMISE DEADLINE IS QUICKLY APPROACHING!!! We are only a couple weeks away from the November 1, 2021, application deadline. Seniors that do not apply for the scholarship by 11:59 PM on November 1, 2021, will not be able to become eligible for funding at a later date. Seniors can complete the quick application now at https://www.tn.gov/tnpromise!

     

    Announcements for October 20

    • Thespian society inprov meeting TODAY from 2:30-3:30 in the auditorium.
    • "The Japanese Language and Culture Club interest meeting will be after school on October 20th in E104. Please see D-Sensei if you cannot attend. 
    • Please join us for a lunch and learn in the library to learn all about a new club coming to White Station, She Leads. She Leads is a leadership and service club for girls looking to build their college resumes, learn to be a great leader, and make a difference in their community. We encourage girls to stop by TOMORROW during lunches and learn more about this awesome leadership opportunity.
    • If you love food and want to indulge in diverse cuisines from all around the world, come to the International Cooking Club’s interest meeting  TOMORROW from 2:30 to 3 in M237.
    • Do you want to learn about science through participating in fun experiments? If so, come out to the Science Research Club's first meeting this FRIDAY in Dr. Madu's room, M134 from 2:30 to 3:00.
    • The Science National Honor Society is holding an interest meeting this Friday afterschool in Mrs. Cornell's room M-210. The Science National Honor Society is a distinguished academic honor society for students interested in furthering scientific engagement within the realms of school and the professional science field! 
    • Register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Remember when your car used to be clean?  Together, we can bring those days back!  The Track & Field Team will be doing a Car Wash this Saturday from 10-3 in the Auditorium Parking Lot! The cost is ONLY $10 per vehicle, and we will accept payment and donations in the form of cash or via cashapp!  See Coach KG in M128 if you have any questions
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their fall blood drive on Monday, October 25th. If you are interested in donating blood, sign up for an appointment during your lunch period. If you are under the age of 18 and were given a consent form to be signed, please bring the form back to the cafeteria stage during lunch ASAP in order to receive a time slot.
    • Are you interested in the advancement of students rights? Do you want to help fight gender, class, sexual identity and racial inequality in our school? If so, come join the White Station Civil Liberties Union! Our interest meeting is Monday, October 25th at 2:30 ,in Mr. Insch’s room, E 201
    • Attention Juniors and Seniors!!! The YMCA is looking for students that need some extra guidance or motivation to help you reach your goals in life.  The meetings will take place at school once a week between 11:30-12:30pm.  Interested students only should see Mrs. Heaston no later than Tuesday, October 26.
    • The Posse Foundation’s exciting new partnership with UNCSA  (University of North Carolina Charlotte School of the Arts) is offering 10, four-year full-tuition scholarships to promising high school seniors who want to study Dance, Design & Production, Drama, Filmmaking, or Music in college.  If seriously interested, please email Mrs. Heaston by Oct. 22nd. 
    • The commencement ceremony  for the class of 2022 will take place on Sunday, May 22, 2022 at 4 PM at Renasant Center downtown.  We will not have spacing  restrictions (as of right now) so the expectation is that all teachers, counselors, and administrators attend. 
    • TN PROMISE DEADLINE IS QUICKLY APPROACHING!!! We are only a couple weeks away from the November 1, 2021, application deadline. Seniors that do not apply for the scholarship by 11:59 PM on November 1, 2021, will not be able to become eligible for funding at a later date. Seniors can complete the quick application now at https://www.tn.gov/tnpromise!
    • These announcements are posted in Teams in the Announcement Tab and on the announcements page on the school's website.
    • College information session continue with the following:

    Bethel University TODAY in 3rd period (in-person) Christian Brothers University TODAY in 4th period (in-person) Loyola University TODAY at 3:15 PM  Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM Click Here to Access University of Tennesse Chattanooga October 27 in 4th period (in-person)  Birmingham Southern College November 17 in 7th period (in-person)

     

    Announcements for October 19

    • Congratulations to the lady Spartans on another 16 AAA district championship. Laruen Roberts, Terri Fondren, and Isabella Garza were both named to the all district team and Isabella Garza was named the tournament MVP. Isabella Garza also made the Regional 8 All-Star Team.
    • NHS senior members are reminded of the mandatory monthly meeting TOMORROW in the auditorium starting at 2:20. Remember to bring $20 dues and supplies for our Chapter Service Project.
    • Do you want to learn about science through participating in fun experiments? If so, come out to the Science Research Club's first meeting this FRIDAY in Dr. Madu's room, M134 from 2:30 to 3:00.
    • Register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Attention Juniors and Seniors!!! The YMCA is looking for students that need some extra guidance or motivation to help you reach your goals in life. The meetings will take place at school once a week between 11:30-12:30pm. Interested students only should see Mrs. Heaston no later than Tuesday, October 26.
    • College information session continue with the following:
      • Loyola University October 20 at 3:15 PM
      • Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    • These announcements are posted in Teams in the Announcement Tab and on the announcements page on the school's website.

    Announcements for October 18

    • Congratulations to the lady Spartans on another 16 AAA district championship. Laruen Roberts, Terri Fondren, and Isabella Garza were both named to the all district team and Isabella Garza was named the tournament MVP. Isabella Garza also made the Regional 8 All-Star Team.
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Fall Blood Drive TODAY from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. Please see the E-Board during your lunch on the cafeteria stage for a consent form and to schedule your blood drive appointments. Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • All are invited to the White Station 1619 Club's Interest Meeting TODAY at 2:30 in room M-119.
    • NHS senior members are reminded of the mandatory monthly meeting TOMORROW in the auditorium starting at 2:20. Remember to bring $20 dues and supplies for our Chapter Service Project.
    • Do you want to learn about science through participating in fun experiments? If so, come out to the Science Research Club's first meeting this FRIDAY in Dr. Madu's room, M134 from 2:30 to 3:00.
    • Register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Attention Juniors and Seniors!!! The YMCA is looking for students that need some extra guidance or motivation to help you reach your goals in life. The meetings will take place at school once a week between 11:30-12:30pm. Interested students only should see Mrs. Heaston no later than Tuesday, October 26.
    • College information session continue with the following:
      • Loyola University October 20 at 3:15 PM
      • Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    Announcements for October 8

    • Congratulations to everyone who has been selected for our Science Olympiad team! The team roster can be seen outside Mr. Richardson's room, M-137 today after 2nd period."
    • Join the Club Fair this week during your lunch.
    • White Station’s very own newspaper, the Scroll, has its first issue of the year ready to be purchased. Staff will be selling subscriptions throughout all lunches today and tomorrow. Your $1 will pay for a school year’s worth of issues, so find a Scroll staff member or visit them during lunch. Check with a staff member to see if you were one of the first subscribers so you can receive a free sticker. Buy some issues, because we got issues!!!
    • The White Station High School Majorette team tryouts TODAY. You must have a physical. Please wear all black attire and meet in room 217A.
    • Scribbler is hosting their coffee house TONIGHT in the cafeteria from 5-8 pm. The theme is 2000’s. Join your peers for a night full of music, art and fun! $5 at the door — bring pillows and blankets.
    • Register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • All are invited to the White Station 1619 Club's Interest Meeting on Monday at 2:30 in room M-119.
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Fall Blood Drive on Monday, October 25th from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. Please see the E-Board during your lunch on the cafeteria stage for a consent form and to schedule your blood drive appointments. Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • Online spirit gear is available at https://www.wshsboosters.org/spirit-wear) All proceeds support the athletics and extracurriculars that make White Station GREAT!
    • Attention Juniors and Seniors!!! The YMCA is looking for students that need some extra guidance or motivation to help you reach your goals in life. The meetings will take place at school once a week between 11:30-12:30pm. Interested students only should see Mrs. Heaston no later than Tuesday, October 26, 2021.
    • College information session continue with the following:
      • LeMoyne-Owen College TODAY during 3rd period
      • Christian Brothers University October 14 during 4th period
      • Loyola University October 20 at 3:15 PM
      • Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    • These announcements are posted in Teams in the Announcement Tab and on the announcements page on the school's website.

    Announcements for October 7

    • Join the Club Fair this week during your lunch.
    • White Station’s very own newspaper, the Scroll, has its first issue of the year ready to be purchased. Staff will be selling subscriptions throughout all lunches today and tomorrow. Your $1 will pay for a school year’s worth of issues, so find a Scroll staff member or visit them during lunch. Check with a staff member to see if you were one of the first subscribers so you can receive a free sticker. Buy some issues, because we got issues!!!
    • Are you interested in programming and computer science, or do you want to compete in coding competitions? Then come join the White Station Computing Club interest meeting is TODAY from 2:30 to 3 in Mr. Walz’s room M-205, all skill levels are welcome.
    • The White Station High School Majorette team tryouts TOMORROW. You must have a physical. Please wear all black attire and meet in room 217A.
    • Scribbler is hosting their coffee house TOMORROW in the cafeteria from 5-8 pm. The theme is 2000’s. Join your peers for a night full of music, art and fun! $5 at the door — bring pillows and blankets.
    • Register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Did you know that the TN legislature is attempting to minimize the importance of race in American History? And at the same time, many states are passing restrictive voting laws across the United States. This mirrors how Southern states passed measures stopping black people from voting during the late 19th and early 29th century. History is repeating itself. If you want to stand up against these injustices and learn and advocate about issues like this, come to the White Station 1619 Club's Interest Meeting on Monday October 18th at 2:30 in room M-119.
    • The WSHS E-Board is hosting their Fall Blood Drive on Monday, October 25th from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the senior parking lot. You must be 16 or older to donate; parental consent forms will be provided to donors under the age of 18. Teachers are also welcome to donate if they wish. Please see the E-Board during your lunch on the cafeteria stage for a consent form and to schedule your blood drive appointments. Free snacks will be provided to donors on the day of the blood drive.
    • Online spirit gear is available at https://www.wshsboosters.org/spirit-wear) All proceeds support the athletics and extracurriculars that make White Station GREAT!
    • College information session continue with the following:
      • LeMoyne-Owen College TOMORROW during 3rd period
      • Christian Brothers University October 14 during 4th period
      • Loyola University October 20 at 3:15 PM
      • Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    • Jackson State University's financial aid officer will be on campus TODAY from 10:40 to 12:35 in the Guidance Office. The FAFSA is opened. This is the application for the Hope Lottery Scholarship, Promise Scholarship, and financial aid. He will be here to work with all students and their families as a financial aid expert.

    Announcements for October 6

    • Club Fair is this week…Oct 4th – 8th during lunches in the cafeteria. Students if you are interested in joining a club then you should attend the club fair during your lunch period in the cafeteria. You can only attend during your schedule lunch time. Each day will be different clubs showcasing their club’s purpose. Get active with your school by joining one of our many clubs.
    • Are you interested in phone banking and letter writing for human rights? Then come join Amnesty International TODAY in Mrs. Fisher's room E-306. The event will be centered around ICE Detention and the Afghan Refugee Crisis.
    • Are you interested in stepping, dancing, or performing? Join the White Station Showstoppers Step Team! They will be having clinics TODAY from 3:00 to 5:00 and the final tryout will be TOMORROW from 3:00 to 4:30. Pick up an application in the main office! Come to the freshman building in athletic attire and ready to work! You must have a physical to tryout.
    • Attention all ladies, if you are interested in refining and redefining the meaning of a lady in the 21st century, while fellowshipping with mentors and other young ladies, come to Ladies of Virtue and Excellence interest meeting. The meeting will be held TODAY from 2:30-3:30 in E-307.
    • Are you interested in programming and computer science, or do you want to compete in coding competitions? Then come join the White Station Computing Club interest meeting on Thursday from 2:30 to 3 in Mr. Walz’s room M-205, all skill levels are welcome, we’d love to see you there!
    • Are you interested in dancing and showing school spirit? If so, you are welcome to try out for the White Station High School Majorette team! Clinics will be held TODAY and TOMORROW with tryouts on Thursday. You must have a physical. Please wear all black attire and meet in room 217A.
    • Students who will turn 18 before the next election which is May 3, 2022, can register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Online spirit gear is available through October 15. Ask your teacher for the link (Order through your Athletic Booster Club website: https://www.wshsboosters.org/spirit-wear) All proceeds support the athletics and extracurriculars that make White Station GREAT!
    • Seniors-If you have a November 1 deadline and need a letter of recommendation from your counselor. Please make sure that you submit all the needed paperwork by October 5.
    • College information session continue with the following:
      • Baptist Health Sciences University October 6 in 4eriod
      • University of Richmond October 6 at 3:00 PM
      • LeMoyne-Owen College October 8 during 3rd period
      • Christian Brothers University October 14 during 4th period
      • Loyola University October 20 at 3:15 PM
      • Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    • Jackson State University's financial aid officer will be on campus THURSDAY from 10:40 to 12:35 in the Guidance Office. The FAFSA is opened. This is the application for the Hope Lottery Scholarship, Promise Scholarship, and financial aid. He will be here to work with all students and their families as a financial aid expert.

    Announcements for October 5

    • Club Fair is this week…Oct 4th – 8th during lunches in the cafeteria. Students if you are interested in joining a club then you should attend the club fair during your lunch period in the cafeteria. You can only attend during your schedule lunch time. Each day will be different clubs showcasing their club’s purpose. Get active with your school by joining one of our many clubs.
    • Are you interested in phone banking and letter writing for human rights? Then come join Amnesty International TODAY in Mrs. Fisher's room E-306. The event will be centered around ICE Detention and the Afghan Refugee Crisis.
    • Are you interested in stepping, dancing, or performing? Join the White Station Showstoppers Step Team! They will be having clinics TODAY from 3:00 to 5:00 and the final tryout will be TOMORROW from 3:00 to 4:30. Pick up an application in the main office! Come to the freshman building in athletic attire and ready to work! You must have a physical to tryout.
    • Attention all ladies, if you are interested in refining and redefining the meaning of a lady in the 21st century, while fellowshipping with mentors and other young ladies, come to Ladies of Virtue and Excellence interest meeting. The meeting will be held TODAY from 2:30-3:30 in E-307.
    • Are you interested in programming and computer science, or do you want to compete in coding competitions? Then come join the White Station Computing Club interest meeting on Thursday from 2:30 to 3 in Mr. Walz’s room M-205, all skill levels are welcome, we’d love to see you there!
    • Are you interested in dancing and showing school spirit? If so, you are welcome to try out for the White Station High School Majorette team! Clinics will be held TODAY and TOMORROW with tryouts on Thursday. You must have a physical. Please wear all black attire and meet in room 217A.
    • Students who will turn 18 before the next election which is May 3, 2022, can register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Online spirit gear is available through October 15. Ask your teacher for the link (Order through your Athletic Booster Club website: https://www.wshsboosters.org/spirit-wear) All proceeds support the athletics and extracurriculars that make White Station GREAT!
    • Seniors-If you have a November 1 deadline and need a letter of recommendation from your counselor. Please make sure that you submit all the needed paperwork by October 5.
    • College information session continue with the following:
      • Baptist Health Sciences University October 6 in 4th Period
      • University of Richmond October 6 at 3:00 PM
      • LeMoyne-Owen College October 8 during 3rd period
      • Christian Brothers University October 14 during 4th period
      • Loyola University October 20 at 3:15 PM
      • Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    • Jackson State University's financial aid officer will be on campus THURSDAY from 10:40 to 12:35 in the Guidance Office. The FAFSA is opened. This is the application for the Hope Lottery Scholarship, Promise Scholarship, and financial aid. He will be here to work with all students and their families as a financial aid expert.

    Announcements for October 4

    • Students who will turn 18 before the next election which is May 3, 2022, can register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Are you interested in stepping, dancing, or performing? Join the White Station Showstoppers Step Team! They will be having clinics on October 4th and 5th from 3:00 to 5:00 and the final tryout will be October 6th from 3:00 to 4:30. Pick up an application in the main office! Come to the freshman building in athletic attire and ready to work! You must have a physical to tryout.
    • Spartans, we have some great new items in our online spirit wear store ready to order NOW through October 15. Your orders will be delivered at school the week of October 25, in time for that last home football game vs. Houston High! We have a new long sleeve T and sweatshirt design, and Spartans sweatpants too. This is the LAST online spirit wear order of 2021. Ask your teacher for the link (Order through your Athletic Booster Club website: https://www.wshsboosters.org/spirit-wear) All proceeds from ABC Spirit Wear sales support the athletics and extracurriculars that make White Station GREAT!
    • Students interested in joining Youth Court as a lawyer, a judge, a bailiff, or a juror and earn Community Service hours, see Ms. Sugarmon in M131 for additional information or an application.
    • College information session continue with the following:
      • Yale University October 4 at 3:30 PM
      • LeMoyne-Owen College October 8 in 3rd period
      • Christian Brothers University October 14 in 4th period
      • Loyola University October 20 at 3:15 PM
      • Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    • Jackson State University's financial aid officer will be on campus on October 7 from 10:40 to 12:35 in the Guidance Office. The FAFSA opens October 1. This is the application for the Hope Lottery Scholarship, Promise Scholarship, and financial aid. He will be here to work with all students and their families as a financial aid expert.

    Announcements for September 30

    • Students who will turn 18 before the next election which is May 3, 2022, can register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Are you interested in stepping, dancing, or performing? Join the White Station Showstoppers Step Team! They will be having clinics on October 4th and 5th from 3:00 to 5:00 and the final tryout will be October 6th from 3:00 to 4:30. Pick up an application in the main office! Come to the freshman building in athletic attire and ready to work! You must have a physical to tryout.
    • Spartans, we have some great new items in our online spirit wear store ready to order NOW through October 15. Your orders will be delivered at school the week of October 25, in time for that last home football game vs. Houston High! We have a new long sleeve T and sweatshirt design, and Spartans sweatpants too. This is the LAST online spirit wear order of 2021. Ask your teacher for the link (Order through your Athletic Booster Club website: https://www.wshsboosters.org/spirit-wear) All proceeds from ABC Spirit Wear sales support the athletics and extracurriculars that make White Station GREAT!
    • Students interested in joining Youth Court as a lawyer, a judge, a bailiff, or a juror and earn Community Service hours, see Ms. Sugarmon in M131 for additional information or an application.
    • College information session continue with the following:
      • Yale University October 4 at 3:30 PM
      • LeMoyne-Owen College October 8 in 3rd period
      • Christian Brothers University October 14 in 4th period
      • Loyola University October 20 at 3:15 PM
      • Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    • Jackson State University's financial aid officer will be on campus on October 7 from 10:40 to 12:35 in the Guidance Office. The FAFSA opens October 1. This is the application for the Hope Lottery Scholarship, Promise Scholarship, and financial aid. He will be here to work with all students and their families as a financial aid expert.

    Announcements for October 1

    • Students who will turn 18 before the next election which is May 3, 2022, can register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Are you interested in stepping, dancing, or performing? Join the White Station Showstoppers Step Team! They will be having clinics on October 4th and 5th from 3:00 to 5:00 and the final tryout will be October 6th from 3:00 to 4:30. Pick up an application in the main office! Come to the freshman building in athletic attire and ready to work! You must have a physical to tryout.
    • Spartans, we have some great new items in our online spirit wear store ready to order NOW through October 15. Your orders will be delivered at school the week of October 25, in time for that last home football game vs. Houston High! We have a new long sleeve T and sweatshirt design, and Spartans sweatpants too. This is the LAST online spirit wear order of 2021. Ask your teacher for the link (Order through your Athletic Booster Club website: https://www.wshsboosters.org/spirit-wear) All proceeds from ABC Spirit Wear sales support the athletics and extracurriculars that make White Station GREAT!
    • Students interested in joining Youth Court as a lawyer, a judge, a bailiff, or a juror and earn Community Service hours, see Ms. Sugarmon in M131 for additional information or an application.
    • College information session continue with the following:
      • Yale University October 4 at 3:30 PM
      • LeMoyne-Owen College October 8 in 3rd period
      • Christian Brothers University October 14 in 4th period
      • Loyola University October 20 at 3:15 PM
      • Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    • Jackson State University's financial aid officer will be on campus on October 7 from 10:40 to 12:35 in the Guidance Office. The FAFSA opens October 1. This is the application for the Hope Lottery Scholarship, Promise Scholarship, and financial aid. He will be here to work with all students and their families as a financial aid expert.

    Announcements for September 30

    • Students who will turn 18 before the next election which is May 3, 2022, can register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Are you interested in stepping, dancing, or performing? Join the White Station Showstoppers Step Team! They will be having clinics on October 4th and 5th from 3:00 to 5:00 and the final tryout will be October 6th from 3:00 to 4:30. Pick up an application in the main office! Come to the freshman building in athletic attire and ready to work! You must have a physical to tryout.
    • Spartans, we have some great new items in our online spirit wear store ready to order NOW through October 15. Your orders will be delivered at school the week of October 25, in time for that last home football game vs. Houston High! We have a new long sleeve T and sweatshirt design, and Spartans sweatpants too. This is the LAST online spirit wear order of 2021. Ask your teacher for the link (Order through your Athletic Booster Club website: https://www.wshsboosters.org/spirit-wear) All proceeds from ABC Spirit Wear sales support the athletics and extracurriculars that make White Station GREAT!
    • Students interested in joining Youth Court as a lawyer, a judge, a bailiff, or a juror and earn Community Service hours, see Ms. Sugarmon in M131 for additional information or an application.
    • College information session continue with the following:
      • Yale University October 4 at 3:30 PM
      • LeMoyne-Owen College October 8 in 3rd period
      • Christian Brothers University October 14 in 4th period
      • Loyola University October 20 at 3:15 PM
      • Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    • Jackson State University's financial aid officer will be on campus on October 7 from 10:40 to 12:35 in the Guidance Office. The FAFSA opens October 1. This is the application for the Hope Lottery Scholarship, Promise Scholarship, and financial aid. He will be here to work with all students and their families as a financial aid expert.

    Announcements for September 29

    • Students who will turn 18 before the next election which is May 3, 2022, can register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Are you interested in stepping, dancing, or performing? Join the White Station Showstoppers Step Team! They will be having clinics on October 4th and 5th from 3:00 to 5:00 and the final tryout will be October 6th from 3:00 to 4:30. Pick up an application in the main office! Come to the freshman building in athletic attire and ready to work! You must have a physical to tryout.
    • Spartans, we have some great new items in our online spirit wear store ready to order NOW through October 15. Your orders will be delivered at school the week of October 25, in time for that last home football game vs. Houston High! We have a new long sleeve T and sweatshirt design, and Spartans sweatpants too. This is the LAST online spirit wear order of 2021. Ask your teacher for the link (Order through your Athletic Booster Club website: https://www.wshsboosters.org/spirit-wear) All proceeds from ABC Spirit Wear sales support the athletics and extracurriculars that make White Station GREAT!
    • Students interested in joining Youth Court as a lawyer, a judge, a bailiff, or a juror and earn Community Service hours, see Ms. Sugarmon in M131 for additional information or an application.
    • College information session continue with the following:
      • Yale University October 4 at 3:30 PM
      • LeMoyne-Owen College October 8 in 3rd period
      • Christian Brothers University October 14 in 4th period
      • Loyola University October 20 at 3:15 PM
      • Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    • Jackson State University's financial aid officer will be on campus on October 7 from 10:40 to 12:35 in the Guidance Office. The FAFSA opens October 1. This is the application for the Hope Lottery Scholarship, Promise Scholarship, and financial aid. He will be here to work with all students and their families as a financial aid expert.

    Announcements for September 28

    • Students who will turn 18 before the next election which is May 3, 2022, can register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Are you interested in stepping, dancing, or performing? Join the White Station Showstoppers Step Team! They will be having clinics on October 4th and 5th from 3:00 to 5:00 and the final tryout will be October 6th from 3:00 to 4:30. Pick up an application in the main office! Come to the freshman building in athletic attire and ready to work! You must have a physical to tryout.
    • Spartans, we have some great new items in our online spirit wear store ready to order NOW through October 15. Your orders will be delivered at school the week of October 25, in time for that last home football game vs. Houston High! We have a new long sleeve T and sweatshirt design, and Spartans sweatpants too. This is the LAST online spirit wear order of 2021. Ask your teacher for the link (Order through your Athletic Booster Club website: https://www.wshsboosters.org/spirit-wear) All proceeds from ABC Spirit Wear sales support the athletics and extracurriculars that make White Station GREAT!
    • Students interested in joining Youth Court as a lawyer, a judge, a bailiff, or a juror and earn Community Service hours, see Ms. Sugarmon in M131 for additional information or an application.
    • College information session continue with the following:
      • Yale University October 4 at 3:30 PM
      • LeMoyne-Owen College October 8 in 3rd period
      • Christian Brothers University October 14 in 4th period
      • Loyola University October 20 at 3:15 PM
      • Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    • Jackson State University's financial aid officer will be on campus on October 7 from 10:40 to 12:35 in the Guidance Office. The FAFSA opens October 1. This is the application for the Hope Lottery Scholarship, Promise Scholarship, and financial aid. He will be here to work with all students and their families as a financial aid expert.

    Announcements for September 27

    • The Science Olympiad application deadline is TODAY.
    • Don’t Stand by, Stand Up! Are you a leader? Do you want to become a leader? Please join us for an interest meeting for the White Station High School Facing History and Ourselves Group. TODAY AFTER SCHOOL from 2:30-3:00 IN Mr. Baker’s ROOM Room F217 (Refreshments served)
    • Students who will turn 18 before the next election which is May 3, 2022, can register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
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    • Are you interested in stepping, dancing, or performing? Join the White Station Showstoppers Step Team! They will be having clinics on October 4th and 5th from 3:00 to 5:00 and the final tryout will be October 6th from 3:00 to 4:30. Pick up an application in the main office! Come to the freshman building in athletic attire and ready to work! You must have a physical to tryout.
    • Spartans, we have some great new items in our online spirit wear store ready to order NOW through October 15. Your orders will be delivered at school the week of October 25, in time for that last home football game vs. Houston High! We have a new long sleeve T and sweatshirt design, and Spartans sweatpants too. This is the LAST online spirit wear order of 2021. Ask your teacher for the link (Order through your Athletic Booster Club website: https://www.wshsboosters.org/spirit-wear) All proceeds from ABC Spirit Wear sales support the athletics and extracurriculars that make White Station GREAT!
    • Students interested in joining Youth Court as a lawyer, a judge, a bailiff, or a juror and earn Community Service hours, see Ms. Sugarmon in M131 for additional information or an application.
    • College information session continue with the following:
      • Emerson College TOMORROW at 3:15 PM
      • Southeast Missouri State University Sept 29 in 4th period (in-person in the cafeteria)
      • Yale University October 4 at 3:30 PM
      • LeMoyne-Owen College October 8 in 3rd period
      • Christian Brothers University October 14 in 4th period
      • Loyola University October 20 at 3:15 PM
      • Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    • Jackson State University's financial aid officer will be on campus on October 7 from 10:40 to 12:35 in the Guidance Office. The FAFSA opens October 1. This is the application for the Hope Lottery Scholarship, Promise Scholarship, and financial aid. He will be here to work with all students and their families as a financial aid expert.
    SPORTS
    Monday: Women's Soccer at Mike Rose Soccer complex vs. East at 7:00. Senior Night
    Volleyball vs. St. Mary's in the Palace at 4:30
    Freshman Football at Bartlett at 6:00
    Tuesday: Volleyball vs. Kingsbury in the Palace at 4:30
    Thursday: Cross Country at Shelby Farms at 4:00
    Friday: varsity Football vs. Cordova at Cordova at 7:00

    Announcements for September 23

    • Attention Seniors!! Homecoming week is a keepsake that we would all want to remember, so Class President Trinity Whitehead has asked that you meet in the courtyard right after school for pictures to be used for the yearbook, and can be forwarded to you personally. Let's paint the sky green for Bartlett Seniors!!
    • The Alternative Music Club will hold an interest meeting TODAY in Room F121 in the Freshman Academy.
    • Roll for initiative! Another informational meeting for the Dungeons and Dragons club will be TODAY in Mr. [NAY-DZ] Naids room, M 236. The meeting will run until 3 o'clock. We hope to see you there!
    • Due to some confusion, the Science Olympiad application deadline has been extended to September 27th to give everyone an opportunity to join the team. The deadline will NOT be extended any further, and applications submitted after September 27th will not be accepted.
    • Don’t Stand by, Stand Up! Are you a leader? Do you want to become a leader? Please join us for an interest meeting for the White Station High School Facing History and Ourselves Group. Monday SEPT 27TH AFTER SCHOOL from 2:30-3:00 IN Mr. Baker’s ROOM Room F217 (Refreshments served)
    • Senior GroupMe QR codes can be found on the Main building wall near the Auditorium, Auditorium Door facing the main building, second post from the left in the cafeteria, and East Annex Pole facing the cafeteria.
    • Students who will turn 18 before the next election which is May 3, 2022, can register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Are you interested in stepping, dancing, or performing? Join the White Station Showstoppers Step Team! They will be having clinics on October 4th and 5th from 3:00 to 5:00 and the final tryout will be October 6th from 3:00 to 4:30. Pick up an application in the main office! Come to the freshman building in athletic attire and ready to work! You must have a physical to tryout.
    • The White Station PIE Beautification Team would like to thank all Spartans who participated in any way to make this past weekend’s Spruce Up Sparta a success! 60+ volunteers worked hard in the rain making campus improvements. Please listen for an announcement for our next community service Spruce Up Sparta event. We’d love to see you there!
    • Students interested in joining Youth Court as a lawyer, a judge, a bailiff, or a juror and earn Community Service hours, see Ms. Sugarmon in M131 for additional information or an application.
    • College information session continue with the following:
      • Vanderbilt University September 23 at 3:00 PM
      • Emerson CollegeSeptember 28 at 3:15 PM
      • Southeast Missouri State University Sept 29 in 4th period (in-person in the cafeteria)
      • Yale University October 4 at 3:30 PM
      • LeMoyne-Owen College October 8 in 3rd period
      • Christian Brothers University October 14 in 4th period
      • Loyola University October 20 at 3:15 PM
      • Princeton University October 22 at 3:00 PM

    See the Counselors’ websites for links.

    Announcements for September 22

    • Attention Seniors!! Homecoming week is a keepsake that we would all want to remember, so Class President Trinity Whitehead has asked that you meet in the courtyard right after school for pictures to be used for the yearbook, and can be forwarded to you personally. Vibe out and display your favorite artist's album on this musical Wednesday.
    • The Alternative Music Club will hold an interest meeting TOMORROW in Room F121 in the Freshman Academy.
    • Roll for initiative! Another informational meeting for the Dungeons and Dragons club will be TOMORROW in Mr. [NAY-DZ] Naids room, M 236. The meeting will run until 3 o'clock. We hope to see you there!
    • Due to some confusion, the Science Olympiad application deadline has been extended to September 27th to give everyone an opportunity to join the team. The deadline will NOT be extended any further, and applications submitted after September 27th will not be accepted.
    • Don’t Stand by, Stand Up! Are you a leader? Do you want to become a leader? Please join us for an interest meeting for the White Station High School Facing History and Ourselves Group. Monday SEPT 27TH AFTER SCHOOL from 2:30-3:00 IN Mr. Baker’s ROOM Room F217 (Refreshments served)
    • Senior GroupMe QR codes can be found on the Main building wall near the Auditorium, Auditorium Door facing the main building, second post from the left in the cafeteria, and East Annex Pole facing the cafeteria
    • Students who will turn 18 before the next election which is May 3, 2022, can register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Are you interested in stepping, dancing, or performing? Join the White Station Showstoppers Step Team! They will be having clinics on October 4th and 5th from 3:00 to 5:00 and the final tryout will be October 6th from 3:00 to 4:30. Pick up an application in the main office! Come to the freshman building in athletic attire and ready to work! You must have a physical to tryout.
    • The White Station PIE Beautification Team would like to thank all Spartans who participated in any way to make this past weekend’s Spruce Up Sparta a success! 60+ volunteers worked hard in the rain making campus improvements. Please listen for an announcement for our next community service Spruce Up Sparta event. We’d love to see you there!
    • Students interested in joining Youth Court as a lawyer, a judge, a bailiff, or a juror and earn Community Service hours, see Ms. Sugarmon in M131 for additional information or an application.
    • Vanderbilt will be hosting a virtual visit on Thursday, September 23 at 3:00 pm. The link to attend the visit is on the counselors website.

    Announcements for September 20

    • Seniors interested in Claremont McKenna College... email Mrs. Heaston TODAY.
    • There will be an interest meeting for the Film Club in Mr. Wade's room F121 TOMORROW.
    • NHS seniors are reminded of the mandatory monthly meeting TOMORROW at 2:20 in the cafeteria.
    • The Alternative Music Club will hold an interest meeting Thursday, September 23, in Room F121 in the Freshman Academy.
    • Students who will turn 18 before the next election which is May 3, 2022, can register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Students interested in joining Youth Court as a lawyer, a judge, a bailiff, or a juror and earn Community Service hours, see Ms. Sugarmon in M131 for additional information or an application.
    • College Information Sessions are underway.
      • Vanderbilt University (virtual) September 23 at 3:00

    You can access the zoom links on the counselor's website.

     

    SPORTS

    Monday: Women’s Soccer at Kingsbury at 5:00

    Freshmen football at Arlington 6:00

    Tuesday: Volleyball vs. Munford in the Palace 4:30; 6:00

    Women's Soccer vs. Overton at Willow Park 5:00

    Thursday: Volleyball at Lausanne 5:00; 6:30

    Women's Soccer vs. Germantown at Cordova 6:00

    Golf Region Tournament at Orgill 8:00 am

    Friday: HOMECOMING AT Cordova vs. Bartlett 7:00

    Saturday: Cross Country Frank Horton Invitational at Shelby Farms 7:00 pm

    Announcements for September 16

    • Congratulations to both boys and girls golf team for winning the SCIAA Championship yesterday and a special congratulations to Matthew “the dragon” Kim for having the best round of the day.
    • Anyone interested in competing in the Science Bowl. The tryouts will be TOMORROW from 2:30 until 3:20, in Mrs. Cornell's room, M210
    • The Muslim Students Association (MSA) will meet TOMORROW at 2:30 pm in Mr. Idé’s Room (M219)
    • WSHS PIE is hosting this year’s first SPRUCE UP SPARTA, Saturday 9am-12pm, at White Station High School. Ask your teacher for the signup genius link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0D4BA5AD2EA6F49-wshs18
    • Seniors interested in Claremont McKenna College... email Mrs. Heaston by September 20th.
    • There will be an interest meeting for the Film Club in Mr. Wade's room on September 21. Mr. Wade's room is F121 in the Freshman Academy.
    • Students who will turn 18 before the next election which is May 3, 2022, can register to vote by seeing Ms. Sugarmon in M131 or one of her students.
    • Do you believe in restorative justice? Have you considered being a lawyer, judge, bailiff, or juror? Then Youth Court is for you! As a Youth Court volunteer, you can earn Community Service hrs. Youth Court is available for students in 9th thru 12th grade. See Sugarmon in room M131 for additional information or an application.
    • College Information Sessions are underway.
      • Johnson C. Smith University (in-person) TODAY 2nd period in the cafeteria
        University of Kentucky (virtual) TODAY at 3:00
        Vanderbilt University (virtual) September 23 at 3:00

    You can access the zoom links on the counselor's website

    • September is National Yoga Month. The number of Americans practicing yoga has grown over 50% in the last four years. Look up a video online and join all of the people who have started practicing in the last few years

    Announcements for September 15

    • Listen up Spartans! Your winners for homecoming court are as follows:

    9th grade- London Haines, Nzinga Jackson, and Alex Le

    10th grade- Shivani Menon, Shania Moore, and John Michael Pfrommer

    11th grade- Christina Askew, Elania Chen, and Anna Hollowell

    12th grade- Ana Bautista, Janesha Harden, Kennedy Holmes, Ramya King, and Sisi Reese

    Congratulations to you all!

    • WSHS PIE is hosting this year’s first SPRUCE UP SPARTA, Saturday, September 18, 9am-12pm at White Station High School. Ask your teacher for the signup genius link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0D4BA5AD2EA6F49-wshs18
    • September is National Yoga Month. Did you know 36 million people practice yoga regularly in the US? That’s over 10% of the population!

    Announcements for September 14

    • Listen up Spartans! Your winners for homecoming court are as follows:

    9th grade- London Haines, Nzinga Jackson, and Alex Le

    10th grade- Shivani Menon, Shania Moore, and John Michael Pfrommer

    11th grade- Christina Askew, Elania Chen, and Anna Hollowell

    12th grade- Ana Bautista, Janesha Harden, Kennedy Holmes, Ramya King, and Sisi Reese

    Congratulations to you all!

    • WSHS PIE is hosting this year’s first SPRUCE UP SPARTA, Saturday, September 18, 9am-12pm at White Station High School. Ask your teacher for the signup genius link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0D4BA5AD2EA6F49-wshs18
    • September is National Yoga Month. Did you know 36 million people practice yoga regularly in the US? That’s over 10% of the population!

    Announcements for September 13

    • Any student who signed up for the morning announcements auditions, but has yet to have a chance to present, please see Mr. Robbins in E305 immediately after school.
    • If you are interested in participating in the White Station Debate Team this year, make plans to be at the interest meeting right at 2:30 TODAY. The meeting will be in Rakestraw's room, which is the first portable in the senior parking lot.
    • Interested in joining white station’s art and literary magazine? Applications for the scribbler are now open! For more information, scan the flyers located around campus, or go to @wshsscribbler on Instagram. Applications are due TODAY.
    • For those interested in joining HOSA, please come by Dr. Madu's room, M134, to sign up during your lunch period or after school by either today or tomorrow. HOSA will also be having an interest competition meeting today at the portables after school. The deadline for the $30 club fee has been extended until TODAY, and officers will be in the cafeteria after school on Friday and Monday to collect fees.
    • If you're interested in learning about your impact on the environment and volunteering outdoors, come to the Green Team interest meeting in room M241 TODAY after school.
    • If you're interested in learning about your impact on the environment and volunteering outdoors, come to the Green Team interest meeting in room M241 TODAY after school.
    • The White Station Chess Team is starting up. There will be an interest meeting TOMORROW after school, in Mr. Richardson's room, M137. Come Check it out, Mate.
    • WSHS PIE is hosting this year’s first SPRUCE UP SPARTA, Saturday, September 18, 9am-12pm at White Station High School. Ask your teacher for the signup genius link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0D4BA5AD2EA6F49-wshs18
    • Seniors interested in Claremont McKenna College... email Mrs. Heaston by September 20th.
    • According to TN State Law, both private and public schools are to conduct a voter registration drive. The state has challenged every high school to register 85% of the senior class. Ms. Sugarmon's students can register you; however, you must turn 18 before the next election which is May 3, 2022. So just ask one of Sugarmon's students for a voter registration form or you can come by her class M131.
    • Do you believe in restorative justice? Have you considered being a lawyer, judge, bailiff, or juror? Then Youth Court is for you! As a Youth Court volunteer, you can earn Community Service hrs. Youth Court is available for students in 9th thru 12th grade. See Sugarmon in room 131 for additional information or an application.
    • College Information Sessions are underway. All live visits will take place in the cafeteria. All virtual visits will take place after school. You can access the zoom links on the counselor's website that can be accessed through whitestation.org, click About Us, click Meet of Team/Teachers, click Guidance, and scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the website.

    Boston University (virtual) TOMORROW at 2:45
    Johnson C. Smith University (in-person) THURSDAY 2nd period
    University of Kentucky (virtual) THURSDAY at 3:00
    Vanderbilt University (virtual) September 23 at 3:00

    Announcements for September 10

    • Are you interested in granting a wish to a terminally-sick child? If so, then join Make-A-Wish Club! We will be hosting our interest meeting TODAY, in the auditorium from 2:30-2:45.
    • Seniors wanting to apply for the More-Head Cain Scholarship at UNC- Chapel Hill or Stevens Institute of Technology, please email Mrs. Heaston for further directions. If you are asking to be nominated for another scholarship at UNC-Chapel Hill, do not submit for the More-Head Cain. Deadline is TODAY
    • Are you interested in science and engineering? Would you like to compete on a nationally ranked team? TODAY, the WSHS Science Olympiad Team will have a brief interest meeting from 2:30 to 3:00 in Mr. Richardson's room, M137. Everyone is welcome.
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office. All applications MUST have a staff sponsor and MUST be turned in by TODAY at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions.
    • Boys Basketball will have an informational meeting about tryouts TODAY @ 2:15 in the senior gym. Please come in and sit upstairs in the bleachers. Any Freshman that has not brought in their physicals should do so then. This meeting does not include those playing football right now, there will be separate tryout for you all after your season is over.
    • Please support the White Station Baseball team by getting your car washed TODAY from 2:30 to 5:30 pm in front of the Freshman Academy. We will also be selling Mem Pops!!!! So come get your Car washed by the baseball boys!!
    • If you would like to advocate for those who cannot speak for themselves and love us unconditionally, please join us for the Human Society Club today after school in Ms. Duckworth's room, F124.Class officer applications are due by TODAY at 2:15 PM. The link is on the E-Board Instagram.
    • Listen up Spartans! Your winners for homecoming court are as follows:

    9th grade- London Haines, Nzinga Jackson, and Alex Le

    10th grade- Shivani Menon, Shania Moore, and John Michael Pfrommer

    11th grade- Christina Askew, Elania Chen, and Anna Hollowell

    12th grade- Ana Bautista, Janesha Harden, Kennedy Holmes, Ramya King, and Sisi Reese

    Congratulations to you all!

    • If you are interested in participating in the White Station Debate Team this year, make plans to be at the interest meeting right at 2:30 on Monday. The meeting will be in Rakestraw's room, which is the first portable in the senior parking lot.
    • Interested in joining white station’s art and literary magazine? Applications for the scribbler are now open! For more information, scan the flyers located around campus, or go to @wshsscribbler on Instagram. Applications are due Monday.
    • For those interested in joining HOSA, please come by Dr. Madu's room, M134, to sign up during your lunch period or after school by either today or tomorrow. HOSA will also be having an interest competition meeting today at the portables after school. The deadline for the $30 club fee has been extended to Monday, and officers will be in the cafeteria after school on Friday and Monday to collect fees.
    • If you're interested in learning about your impact on the environment and volunteering outdoors, come to the Green Team interest meeting in room M241 on Monday after school.
    • The White Station Chess Team is starting up. There will be an interest meeting, Tuesday, after school, in Mr. Richardson's room, M137. Come Check it out, Mate.
    • WSHS PIE is hosting this year’s first SPRUCE UP SPARTA, Saturday, September 18, 9am-12pm at White Station High School. Ask your teacher for the signup genius link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0D4BA5AD2EA6F49-wshs18
    • September is National Yoga Month. Did you know 36 million people practice yoga regularly in the US? That’s over 10% of the population!
    • Seniors interested in Claremont McKenna College... email Mrs. Heaston by September 20th.
    • College Information Sessions are underway. All live visits will take place in the cafeteria. All virtual visits will take place after school. You can access the zoom links on the counselor's website that can be accessed through whitestation.org, click About Us, click Meet of Team/Teachers, click Guidance, and scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the website.

    Jackson State University (in-person) TODAY 7th period
    Boston University (virtual) TUESDAY at 2:45
    Johnson C. Smith University (in-person) THURSDAY 2nd period
    University of Kentucky (virtual) THURSDAY at 3:00
    Vanderbilt

    Announcements for September 9

    • Auditions for the Theatre department production of Cliffhanger: Return of the Blue Ghost continue TODAY from 2:30-4pm. Those wishing to audition should sign up for a time outside the auditorium, or you can prepare a video audition. See Mr. Lawrence in the auditorium for details.
    • Know how to swim? Enjoy swimming? Need to get your PE credit in a fun way? We will have a BRIEF interest meeting for swim team TODAY at 2:30 in Coach Kannady's room, M207.
    • If you love Dungeons and Dragons, have never played it, or just want a chance to play a fun game with your friends, roll on down to the Dnd club interest meeting TODAY in **Mr. Naids' [**N-AY-DZ**] room M 236. You don’t need to know anything about the game, and all levels are welcome, from veteran to novice!
    • Good morning Spartans! It’s time to vote for your favorite Spartan to be on homecoming court! Grades 9th-11th will pick the TOP 3 people they want to be on court, and seniors will pick the TOP 5. Voting will take place TODAY in your English classes. Only vote for the grade you are in.
    • Our next Spirit Wear order will be live in a few days - check back to www.wshsboosters.org for Spirit Wear, Fall sports schedule, and information on tryouts for sports and extracurriculars.
    • Are you interested in granting a wish to a terminally-sick child? If so, then join Make-A-Wish Club! We will be hosting our interest meeting TOMORROW, in the auditorium from 2:30-2:45.
    • Seniors wanting to apply for the More-Head Cain Scholarship at UNC- Chapel Hill or Stevens Institute of Technology, please email Mrs. Heaston for further directions. If you are asking to be nominated for another scholarship at UNC-Chapel Hill, do not submit for the More-Head Cain. Deadline is TOMORROW
    • Are you interested in science and engineering? Would you like to compete on a nationally ranked team? TOMORROW, the WSHS Science Olympiad Team will have a brief interest meeting from 2:30 to 3:00 in Mr. Richardson's room, M137. Everyone is welcome.
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office. All applications MUST have a staff sponsor and MUST be turned in by TOMORROW at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions.
    • Boys Basketball will have an informational meeting about tryouts TOMORROW @ 2:15 in the senior gym. Please come in and sit upstairs in the bleachers. Any Freshman that has not brought in their physicals should do so then. This meeting does not include those playing football right now, there will be separate tryout for you all after your season is over.
    • Please support the White Station Baseball team by getting your car washed TOMORROW from 2:30 to 5:30 pm in front of the Freshman Academy. We will also be selling Mem Pops!!!! So come get your Car washed by the baseball boys!!
    • The Humane Society Club will host its interest meeting TOMORROW in room F124, Ms. Duckworth's room. We promise her cats won't be there, but she might show us pictures.
    • Class officer applications are due by TOMRROW at 2:15 PM. The link is on the E-Board Instagram.
    • If you are interested in participating in the White Station Debate Team this year, make plans to be at the interest meeting right at 2:30 on Monday. The meeting will be in Rakestraw's room, which is the first portable in the senior parking lot.
    • Interested in joining white station’s art and literary magazine? Applications for the scribbler are now open! For more information, scan the flyers located around campus, or go to @wshsscribbler on Instagram. Applications are due Monday.
    • For those interested in joining HOSA, please come by Dr. Madu's room, M134, to sign up during your lunch period or after school by either today or tomorrow. HOSA will also be having an interest competition meeting today at the portables after school. The deadline for the $30 club fee has been extended to Monday, and officers will be in the cafeteria after school on Friday and Monday to collect fees.
    • The White Station Chess Team is starting up. There will be an interest meeting, Tuesday, after school, in Mr. Richardson's room, M137. Come Check it out, Mate.
    • WSHS PIE is hosting this year’s first SPRUCE UP SPARTA, Saturday, September 18, 9am-12pm at White Station High School. Ask your teacher for the signup genius link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0D4BA5AD2EA6F49-wshs18
    • College Information Sessions are a great way for you to assess whether a school is a fit for you. Take advantage of the many colleges that have offered to host a virtual session! Prior to attending a session, do some research on the respective school, and have a list of questions you hope to have answered! These are great opportunities for you all to begin assessing which colleges you will be applying for during the upcoming admissions cycle!
      All live visits will take place in the cafeteria. All virtual visits will take place after school. You can access the zoom links on the counselor's website that can be accessed through org, click About Us, click Meet of Team/Teachers, click Guidance, and scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the website. Lafayette College (in-person) TODAY 4th period
      Jackson State University (in-person) TOMORROW 7th period
      Boston University (virtual) September 14 at 2:45

      Johnson C. Smith University (in-person) September 16 2nd period
      University of Kentucky (virtual) September 16 at 3:00

      Vanderbilt University (virtual) September 23 at 3:00

    Announcements for September 8

    • Current NHS seniors who have NOT attended a meeting this year should see Mr. Robbins TODAY at 2:20 in the cafeteria to maintain their membership.
    • For anyone who has an interest in physics, come to M210, Ms. Cornell's room, at 2:30 TODAY, for the Physics Olympiad Interest Meeting. No prior experience required.
    • There will be a bowling meeting TODAY immediately after school in M125. Please attend if you are interested in joining the bowling team.
    • Auditions for the Theatre department production of Cliffhanger: Return of the Blue Ghost continue TOMORROW from 2:30-4pm. Those wishing to audition should sign up for a time outside the auditorium, or you can prepare a video audition. See Mr. Lawrence in the auditorium for details.
    • Know how to swim? Enjoy swimming? Need to get your PE credit in a fun way? We will have a BRIEF interest meeting for swim team TOMORROW at 2:30 in Coach Kannady's room, M207.
    • If you love Dungeons and Dragons, have never played it, or just want a chance to play a fun game with your friends, roll on down to the Dnd club interest meeting TOMORROW in **Mr. Naids' [**N-AY-DZ**] room M 236. You don’t need to know anything about the game, and all levels are welcome, from veteran to novice!
    • Our next Spirit Wear order will be live in a few days - check back to www.wshsboosters.org for Spirit Wear, Fall sports schedule, and information on tryouts for sports and extracurriculars.
    • Are you interested in granting a wish to a terminally-sick child? If so, then join Make-A-Wish Club! We will be hosting our interest meeting FRIDAY, in the auditorium from 2:30-2:45.
    • Seniors wanting to apply for the More-Head Cain Scholarship at UNC- Chapel Hill or Stevens Institute of Technology, please email Mrs. Heaston for further directions. If you are asking to be nominated for another scholarship at UNC-Chapel Hill, do not submit for the More-Head Cain. Deadline is FRIDAY
    • Are you interested in science and engineering? Would you like to compete on a nationally ranked team? On Friday, the WSHS Science Olympiad Team will have a brief interest meeting from 2:30 to 3:00 in Mr. Richardson's room, M137. Everyone is welcome.
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office. All applications MUST have a staff sponsor and MUST be turned in by FRIDAY at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions.
    • Boys Basketball will an informational meeting about tryouts THIS Friday @ 2:15 in the senior gym. Please come in and sit upstairs in the bleachers. Any Freshman that has not brought in their physicals should do so then. This meeting does not include those playing football right now, there will be separate tryout for you all after your season is over.
    • Please support the White Station Baseball team by getting your car washed this FRIDAY from 2:30 to 5:30 pm in-front of the Freshman Academy.
    • We will also be selling Mem Pops!!!! So come get your Car washed by the baseball boys!!
    • If you are interested in participating in the White Station Debate Team this year, make plans to be at the interest meeting right at 2:30 on Monday, September 13. The meeting will be in Rakestraw's room, which is the first portable in the senior parking lot.
    • “Interested in joining white station’s art and literary magazine? Applications for the scribbler are now open! For more information, scan the flyers located around campus, or go to @wshsscribbler on Instagram. Applications are due Monday, September 13.
    • The White Station Chess Team is starting up. There will be an interest meeting, Tuesday, September 14th, after school, in Mr. Richardson's room, M137. Come Check it out, Mate.
    • WSHS PIE is hosting this year’s first SPRUCE UP SPARTA, Saturday, September 18, 9am-12pm at White Station High School. Ask your teacher for the signup genius link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0D4BA5AD2EA6F49-wshs18
    • College Information Sessions are a great way for you to assess whether a school is a fit for you. Take advantage of the many colleges that have offered to host a virtual session! Prior to attending a session, do some research on the respective school, and have a list of questions you hope to have answered! These are great opportunities for you all to begin assessing which colleges you will be applying for during the upcoming admissions cycle!
      All live visits will take place in the cafeteria. All virtual visits will take place after school. You can access the zoom links on the counselor's website that can be accessed through whitestation.org, click About Us, click Meet of Team/Teachers, click Guidance, and scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the website.
    • Lafayette College (in-person) TOMORROW 4th period
      Boston University (virtual) September 14 at 2:45
      Johnson C. Smith University (in-person) September 16 2nd period
      University of Kentucky (virtual) September 16 at 3:00
      Vanderbilt University (virtual) September 23 at 3:00

       

    Announcements for September 7

    • If you are interested in being a part of the Spartan Track & Field Team, there will be an Informational Meeting TODAY at 6pm in the Auditorium! See Coach KG in M128 if you have any questions.
    • White Station Rugby is returning this Fall. The student interest meeting is TODAY, at 2:30 pm in the library. A parent interest meeting will be held the following Tuesday, September 14th in the same location at 5:30 pm.
    • Auditions for the Theatre department production of Cliffhanger: Return of the Blue Ghost will be held TODAY and THURSDAY from 2:30-4pm. Those wishing to audition should sign up for a time outside the auditorium, or you can prepare a video audition. See Mr. Lawrence in the auditorium for details.
    • Current NHS seniors who did NOT attend last week’s meeting should see Mr. Robbins TODAY in E305 or TOMORROW in the cafeteria to maintain their membership.
    • For anyone who has an interest in physics, come to M210, Ms. Cornell's room, at 2:30 TOMORROW, for the Physics Olympiad Interest Meeting. No prior experience required.
    • There will be a bowling meeting TOMORROW immediately after school in M125. Please attend if you are interested in joining the bowling team.
    • Know how to swim? Enjoy swimming? Need to get your PE credit in a fun way? We will have a BRIEF interest meeting for swim team on Thursday at 2:30 in Coach Kannady's room, M207.
    • Are you interested in granting a wish to a terminally-sick child? If so, then join Make-A-Wish Club! We will be hosting our interest meeting Friday, in the auditorium from 2:30-2:45.
    • Seniors wanting to apply for the More-Head Cain Scholarship at UNC- Chapel Hill or Stevens Institute of Technology, please email Mrs. Heaston for further directions. If you are asking to be nominated for another scholarship at UNC-Chapel Hill, do not submit for the More-Head Cain. Deadline is FRIDAY
    • Are you interested in science and engineering? Would you like to compete on a nationally ranked team? On Friday, September 10th, the WSHS Science Olympiad Team will have a brief interest meeting from 2:30 to 3:00 in Mr. Richardson's room, M137. Everyone is welcome.
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office. All applications MUST have a staff sponsor and MUST be turned in by FRIDAY at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions.
    • If you are interested in participating in the White Station Debate Team this year, make plans to be at the interest meeting right at 2:30 on Monday, September 13. The meeting will be in Rakestraw's room, which is the first portable in the senior parking lot.
    • “Interested in joining white station’s art and literary magazine? Applications for the scribbler are now open! For more information, scan the flyers located around campus, or go to @wshsscribbler on Instagram. Applications are due next Monday, September 13.
    • The White Station Chess Team is starting up. There will be an interest meeting, Tuesday, September 14th, after school, in Mr. Richardson's room, M137. Come Check it out, Mate.
    • The Pink Palace is having its annual crafts fair September 24-26, at Audubon Park. Contact Janie Best Paraham from the Pink Palace website for more details.
    • Student-athletes wanting to play sports in college to create an EC account at eligibilitycenter.org. Any student planning to compete at an NCAA Division I or II school needs to create a Certification account before taking an official visit or signing a National Letter of Intent.

      SPORTS

      Tuesday:  Volleyball at Home against Briarcrest 4:30; 5:30; 6:30. Women's Soccer at St. Benedict 4:30; 6:30.

      Wednesday:  Golf at Orgill against MUS 3:00.

      Thursday:  Golf at Glen Eagle in the Dragon Tournament.  Freshman Football at Crump against Central 6:00.

      Friday:  Football at CBHS 7:00

      Saturday:  Cross Country in Atoka, TN for the Fast and Furious Run 8:00 am.

      Announcements for September 3
    • Want to improve your science skills in a fast-paced game-show environment? Then, come to the Science Bowl interest meeting FRIDAY from 2 30 to 3 in Mrs Cornell’s room M 210
    • ACT Prep is an opportunity for all students. Registration is BY FRIDAY at PEERPOWERFOUNDATION.ORG/ACT-PREP or see Mrs. Heaston in E205.
    • Interested in caring for our planet? The WSH Student Environmental Alliance offers green volunteer opportunities, local activities, and a safe space for peers who share the same care for the environment. Drop by the interest meeting in E306, FRIDAY at 2:30pm!
    • If you are interested in being a part of the Spartan Track & Field Team, there will be an Informational Meeting on Tuesday, September 7th at 6pm in the Auditorium! See Coach KG in M128 if you have any questions.
    • White Station Rugby is returning this Fall. The student interest meeting will be Tuesday, September 7th, at 2:30 pm in the library. A parent interest meeting will be held the following Tuesday, September 14th in the same location at 5:30 pm.
    • Auditions for the Theatre department production of Cliffhanger: Return of the Blue Ghost will be held Tuesday the 7th and Thursday the 9th from 2:30-4pm. Those wishing to audition should sign up for a time outside the auditorium, or you can prepare a video audition. See Mr. Lawrence in the auditorium for details.
    • Seniors wanting to apply for the More-Head Cain Scholarship at UNC- Chapel Hill or Stevens Institute of Technology, please email Mrs. Heaston for further directions. If you are asking to be nominated for another scholarship at UNC-Chapel Hill, do not submit for the More-Head Cain. Deadline is September 10th
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office. All applications MUST be turned in by September 10th at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions. All clubs must have a staff sponsor, whom Ms. Durham will notify about club acceptance and protocols.
    • The Memphis Museum of Science & History / Pink Palace is having its annual crafts fair Friday-Sunday, September 24-26, 2021, at Audubon Park. Contact Janie Best Paraham at the Pink Palace for more details.
    • Student-athletes wanting to play sports in college to create an EC account at eligibilitycenter.org. Any student planning to compete at an NCAA Division I or II school needs to create a Certification account before taking an official visit or signing a National Letter of Intent.

    Announcements for September 2

    • Want to improve your science skills in a fast-paced game-show environment? Then, come to the Science Bowl interest meeting FRIDAY from 2 30 to 3 in Mrs Cornell’s room M 210
    • ACT Prep is an opportunity for all students. Registration is BY FRIDAY at PEERPOWERFOUNDATION.ORG/ACT-PREP or see Mrs. Heaston in E205.
    • Interested in caring for our planet? The WSH Student Environmental Alliance offers green volunteer opportunities, local activities, and a safe space for peers who share the same care for the environment. Drop by the interest meeting in E306, FRIDAY at 2:30pm!
    • If you are interested in being a part of the Spartan Track & Field Team, there will be an Informational Meeting on Tuesday, September 7th at 6pm in the Auditorium! See Coach KG in M128 if you have any questions.
    • White Station Rugby is returning this Fall. The student interest meeting will be Tuesday, September 7th, at 2:30 pm in the library. A parent interest meeting will be held the following Tuesday, September 14th in the same location at 5:30 pm.
    • Auditions for the Theatre department production of Cliffhanger: Return of the Blue Ghost will be held Tuesday the 7th and Thursday the 9th from 2:30-4pm. Those wishing to audition should sign up for a time outside the auditorium, or you can prepare a video audition. See Mr. Lawrence in the auditorium for details.
    • Seniors wanting to apply for the More-Head Cain Scholarship at UNC- Chapel Hill or Stevens Institute of Technology, please email Mrs. Heaston for further directions. If you are asking to be nominated for another scholarship at UNC-Chapel Hill, do not submit for the More-Head Cain. Deadline is September 10th
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office. All applications MUST be turned in by September 10th at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions. All clubs must have a staff sponsor, whom Ms. Durham will notify about club acceptance and protocols.
    • The Memphis Museum of Science & History / Pink Palace is having its annual crafts fair Friday-Sunday, September 24-26, 2021, at Audubon Park. Contact Janie Best Paraham at the Pink Palace for more details.
    • Student-athletes wanting to play sports in college to create an EC account at eligibilitycenter.org. Any student planning to compete at an NCAA Division I or II school needs to create a Certification account before taking an official visit or signing a National Letter of Intent.

    Announcements for September 1

    • TODAY, you can nominate yourself or someone else to be on homecoming court by filling out a form located in the front of the cafeteria during your lunch, or you can DM the E-Board account on Instagram.
    • For those interested in biology or medicine, the Biology Olympiad club will be having its interest meeting, TODAY in room M134, from 2:30-3:30 for new and returning members
    • Senior Night will be TODAY at 6pm with special guests to answer your questions. This event is being moved to an ONLINE format. A link is being emailed to all parents.
    • There will be a French Club interest meeting TOMORROW from 2:30 - 3:00 in Mrs. Altman's room, E-108.
    • The interest meeting for Student Council and class officers is TOMORROW from 3-4 PM on Teams. If you are interested, fill out the survey by scanning the QR code at the front of the cafeteria, checking the website, or going to the Link Tree on the E-Board Instagram.
    • Are you interested in advocating for human rights and learning more about current issues? Then you should join the WSHS chapter for Amnesty International! There will be a short interest meeting TOMORROW right after school in Mr. Harris's room M110.
    • Want to improve your science skills in a fast-paced game-show environment? Then, come to the Science Bowl interest meeting FRIDAY from 2 30 to 3 in Mrs Cornell’s room M 210
    • ACT Prep is an opportunity for all students. Registration is BY FRIDAY at PEERPOWERFOUNDATION.ORG/ACT-PREP or see Mrs. Heaston in E205.
    • Interested in caring for our planet? The WSH Student Environmental Alliance offers green volunteer opportunities, local activities, and a safe space for peers who share the same care for the environment. Drop by the interest meeting in E306, FRIDAY at 2:30pm!
    • If you are interested in being a part of the Spartan Track & Field Team, there will be an Informational Meeting on Tuesday, September 7th at 6pm in the Auditorium! See Coach KG in M128 if you have any questions.
    • White Station Rugby is returning this Fall. The student interest meeting will be Tuesday, September 7th, at 2:30 pm in the library. A parent interest meeting will be held the following Tuesday, September 14th in the same location at 5:30 pm.
    • Auditions for the Theatre department production of Cliffhanger: Return of the Blue Ghost will be held Tuesday the 7th and Thursday the 9th from 2:30-4pm. Those wishing to audition should sign up for a time outside the auditorium, or you can prepare a video audition. See Mr. Lawrence in the auditorium for details.
    • Seniors wanting to apply for the More-Head Cain Scholarship at UNC- Chapel Hill or Stevens Institute of Technology, please email Mrs. Heaston for further directions. If you are asking to be nominated for another scholarship at UNC-Chapel Hill, do not submit for the More-Head Cain. Deadline is September 10th
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office. All applications MUST be turned in by September 10th at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions. All clubs must have a staff sponsor, whom Ms. Durham will notify about club acceptance and protocols.
    • The Memphis Museum of Science & History / Pink Palace is having its annual crafts fair Friday-Sunday, September 24-26, 2021, at Audubon Park. Contact Janie Best Paraham at the Pink Palace for more details.
    • Student-athletes wanting to play sports in college to create an EC account at eligibilitycenter.org. Any student planning to compete at an NCAA Division I or II school needs to create a Certification account before taking an official visit or signing a National Letter of Intent.

    Announcements for August 30

    • All Spartans, vote for your favorite yearbook titles from the following list submitted by your fellow Spartans. The results will be announced September 1st. Ask your teacher for the link found in Teams Announcements. https://forms.gle/EDWsB1ZvxsprkwxK8 -
    • Spartans! It’s that time of year again. You guessed it! Homecoming! Through Wednesday, you have the opportunity to nominate yourself or someone else to be on homecoming court. You can nominate someone by filling out a form located in the front of the cafeteria during your lunch, or you can DM the E-Board account on Instagram.
    • There is a mandatory meeting for all current NHS members TOMORROW at 2:20 in the cafeteria.
    • Hello Spartans! Are you part of the LGBTQ+ community, or just an ally looking for an after school community? Come visit White Station High School’s Gender and Sexuality Alliance interest meeting on TOMORROW in M. Fisher’s room, E306. Bring your friends and be ready to make new ones!
    • Any young lady interested in playing basketball please see Coach Warren in the Senior Gym in order to participate everyone must have a physical.
    • Senior Night will be WEDNESDAY in the White Station Auditorium with Virtual Guest Speaker and Live Guests to answer your questions.
    • There will be a French Club interest meeting Thursday from 2:30 - 3:00 in Mrs. Altman's room, E-108.
    • The interest meeting for Student Council and class officers is Thursday from 3-4 PM on Teams. If you are interested, fill out the survey by scanning the QR code at the front of the cafeteria, checking the website, or going to the Link Tree on the E-Board Instagram. Surveys are due TOMORROW, and you will be added to a MS Team to attend the meeting.
    • ACT Prep is an opportunity for all students. Registration is BY FRIDAY at PEERPOWERFOUNDATION.ORG/ACT-PREP or see Mrs. Heaston in E205.
    • If you are interested in being a part of the Spartan Track & Field Team, there will be an Informational Meeting on Tuesday, September 7th at 6pm in the Auditorium! Be advised that we do for sport what every other team does for punishment. See Coach KG in M128 if you have any questions. Hope to see you there!
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office. All applications MUST be turned in by September 10th at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions. All clubs must have a staff sponsor, whom Ms. Durham will notify about club acceptance and protocols.

    Announcements for August 27

    • Congratulations to Matthew “the Dragon” Kim for being the low score medalist in yesterday’s golf match against Collierville. He has been working hard for this finish. Also wish the boys varsity team good luck at the MUS Tournament today.
    • CONGRATULATIONS to the newest members of The Basketball Cheer Squad
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    • 1. Ianiya Clinton
    • 2. Markeisha Thomas
    • 3. Kyra Hilson
    • 4. Julia Smith
    • 5. Taylor Coleman
    • 6. Kennedi Coleman
    • 7. Rehona Poindexter (CORRECTED NAME)
    • 8. Victoria Fondren
    • 9. Emily Hardaway
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    • The Girls Who Code Interest Meeting will be TODAY in M224 from 2:30-3:00pm. You do not need coding experience to join this club!
    • The Muslim Students Association (MSA) will meet TODAY at 2:30 pm in Mr. Idé’s Room M219.
    • Spartans! It’s that time of year again. You guessed it! Homecoming! Starting next Monday, August 30th through Wednesday, September 1st, you have the opportunity to nominate yourself or someone else to be on homecoming court. You can nominate someone by filling out a form located in the front of the cafeteria during your lunch, or you can DM the E-Board account on Instagram.
    • There is a mandatory meeting for all current NHS members on TUESDAY at 2:20 in the cafeteria.
    • Hello Spartans! Are you part of the LGBTQ+ community, or just an ally looking for an after school community? Come visit White Station High School’s Gender and Sexuality Alliance interest meeting on TUESDAY in M. Fisher’s room, E306. Bring your friends and be ready to make new ones!
    • Any young lady interested in playing basketball please see Coach Warren in the Senior Gym in order to participate everyone must have a physical.
    • Senior Night will be WEDNESDAY in the White Station Auditorium with Virtual Guest Speaker and Live Guests to answer your questions.
    • There will be a French Club interest meeting Thursday, September 2, from 2:30 - 3:00 in Mrs. Altman's room, E-108.
    • The interest meeting for Student Council and class officers is Thursday, September 2, from 3-4 PM on Teams. If you are interested, fill out the survey by scanning the QR code at the front of the cafeteria, checking the website, or going to the Link Tree on the E-Board Instagram. Surveys are due Tuesday Aug. 31, and you will be added to a MS Team to attend the meeting.
    • ACT Prep is an opportunity for all students. Registration is through September 3 at PEERPOWERFOUNDATION.ORG/ACT-PREP or see Mrs. Heaston in E205.
    • Students interested in scholarships to Indiana University, UNC Chapel Hill, Duke University, University of Virginia, or UNC Charlotte should email Mrs. Heaston their resume (number of AP courses taken and scores, weighted GPA, most recent test scores) and letter of interest for each scholarship. Deadlines are next week.
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office. All applications MUST be turned in by September 10th at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions. All clubs must have a staff sponsor, whom Ms. Durham will notify about club acceptance and protocols.

    Announcements for August 26

    • Interested in entering the healthcare field, gaining high school medical experience, and listening to healthcare professionals talk about what they do? Come to the HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) Club Interest meeting TODAY in Dr. Madu's room, M134, after school.
    • Want to make extraordinary connections with people across the world and earn volunteer hours at the same time? Come to the White Station Journalists Association interest meeting TODAY in room E-306 to see how you can earn the highly distinguished President’s Volunteer Service Award all while speaking to incredible figures in society!
    • Want to play the fastest sport on two feet? Come to the girls' lacrosse meeting TODAY at 2:30 in the auditorium! Bring your friends, and no experience is required.
    • The Girls Who Code Interest Meeting will be TOMORROW in M224 from 2:30-3:00pm. You do not need coding experience to join this club!
    • The Muslim Students Association (MSA) will meet TOMORROW at 2:30 pm in Mr. Idé’s Room M219.
    • There is a mandatory meeting for all current NHS members on TUESDAY at 2:20 in the cafeteria.
    • Hello Spartans! Are you part of the LGBTQ+ community, or just an ally looking for an after school community? Come visit White Station High School’s Gender and Sexuality Alliance interest meeting on Tuesday, August 31st in M. Fisher’s room, E306. Bring your friends and be ready to make new ones!
    • Any young lady interested in playing basketball please see Coach Warren in the Senior Gym in order to participate everyone must have a physical.
    • Senior Night will be September 1 in the White Station Auditorium with Virtual Guest Speaker and Live Guests to answer your questions.
    • There will be a French Club interest meeting Thursday, September 2, from 2:30 - 3:00 in Mrs. Altman's room, E-108.
    • ACT Prep is an opportunity for all students. Registration is through September 3 at PEERPOWERFOUNDATION.ORG/ACT-PREP or see Mrs. Heaston in E205.
    • Students interested in scholarships to Indiana University, UNC Chapel Hill, Duke University, University of Virginia, or UNC Charlotte should email Mrs. Heaston their resume (number of AP courses taken and scores, weighted GPA, most recent test scores) and letter of interest for each scholarship. Deadlines are next week.
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office. All applications MUST be turned in by September 10th at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions. All clubs must have a staff sponsor, whom Ms. Durham will notify about club acceptance and protocols.

    Announcements for August 25

    • Cheer tryouts are TODAY @ 4pm in the auditorium. Tryouts are open to the public so come and support your favorite potential Cheerleader.
    • Interested in entering the healthcare field, gaining high school medical experience, and listening to healthcare professionals talk about what they do? Come to the HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) Club Interest meeting TOMORROW in Dr. Madu's room, M134, after school.
    • Want to make extraordinary connections with people across the world and earn volunteer hours at the same time? Come to the White Station Journalists Association interest meeting TOMORROW in room E-306 to see how you can earn the highly distinguished President’s Volunteer Service Award all while speaking to incredible figures in society!
    • Want to play the fastest sport on two feet? Come to the girls' lacrosse meeting TOMORROW at 2:30 in the auditorium! Bring your friends, and no experience is required.
    • The Girls Who Code Interest Meeting will be Friday in M224 from 2:30-3:00pm. You do not need coding experience to join this club!
    • Any young lady interested in playing basketball please see Coach Warren in the Senior Gym in order to participate everyone must have a physical.
    • Senior Night will be September 1 in the White Station Auditorium with Virtual Guest Speaker and Live Guests to answer your questions.
    • ACT Prep is an opportunity for all students. Registration is through September 3 at PEERPOWERFOUNDATION.ORG/ACT-PREP or see Mrs. Heaston in E205.
    • Students interested in scholarships to Indiana University, UNC Chapel Hill, Duke University, University of Virginia, and UNC Charlotte should email Mrs. Heaston their resume (number of AP courses taken and scores, weighted GPA, most recent test scores) and letter of interest for each scholarship. Deadlines are next week.
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office. All applications MUST be turned in by September 10th at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions. All clubs must have a staff sponsor, whom Ms. Durham will notify about club acceptance and protocols.

    Announcements for August 24

    • Juniors and seniors in Spanish 3 or above interested in being a member of the National Spanish Society see Mrs. Magee in room E-101 after school.
    • The Future Business Leaders of America club will be hosting an interest meeting TODAY in Ms. Curry’s room, M118. Stop by to learn about the career preparation and leadership opportunities the club offers.
    • If you are interested in advocating for gender equality, getting to know some really great people, and more, The Girl Up Interest Meeting will be after school TODAY in Ms. Young’s room M-109. Come to find out what we’re all about!
    • Do you have a passion for math? If so, come to Ms. Cui's room, M232, TODAY at 2:30 for the Math Team interest meeting.
    • Basketball cheer camp TODAY from 4p to 7p in the senior. Cheer tryouts are Wednesday @ 4pm in the auditorium. Cheer applications due with the $70 application fee to Ms. McCrackin in M211 no later than Monday, Aug. 23. Tryouts are open to the public so come and support your favorite potential Cheerleader.
    • Interested in entering the healthcare field, gaining high school medical experience, and listening to healthcare professionals talk about what they do? Come to the HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) Club Interest meeting on THURSDAY in Dr. Madu's room, M134, after school.
    • Any young lady interested in playing basketball please see Coach Warren in the Senior Gym in order to participate everyone must have a physical.
    • ACT Prep is an opportunity for all students. Registration is through September 3 at PEERPOWERFOUNDATION.ORG/ACT-PREP or see Mrs. Heaston in E205.
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office. All applications MUST be turned in by September 10th at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions. All clubs must have a staff sponsor, whom Ms. Durham will notify about club acceptance and protocols. If your club is denied it may be because that club already exists through another application…we will not have duplicate clubs with the same purpose.

    Announcements for August 23

    • Juniors and seniors in Spanish 3 or above interested in being a member of the National Spanish Society see Mrs. Magee in room E-101 after school.
    • The Future Business Leaders of America club will be hosting an interest meeting TODAY in Ms. Curry’s room, M118. Stop by to learn about the career preparation and leadership opportunities the club offers.
    • If you are interested in advocating for gender equality, getting to know some really great people, and more, The Girl Up Interest Meeting will be after school TODAY in Ms. Young’s room M-109. Come to find out what we’re all about!
    • Do you have a passion for math? If so, come to Ms. Cui's room, M232, TOMORROW at 2:30 for the Math Team interest meeting.
    • Basketball cheer camp TODAY & TOMORROW from 4p to 7p in the senior. Cheer tryouts are Wednesday @ 4pm in the auditorium. Cheer applications due with the $70 application fee to Ms. McCrackin in M211 no later than Monday, Aug. 23. Tryouts are open to the public so come and support your favorite potential Cheerleader.
    • Interested in entering the healthcare field, gaining high school medical experience, and listening to healthcare professionals talk about what they do? Come to the HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) Club Interest meeting on THURSDAY in Dr. Madu's room, M134, after school.
    • Any young lady interested in playing basketball please see Coach Warren in the Senior Gym in order to participate everyone must have a physical.
    • ACT Prep is an opportunity for all students. Registration is through September 3 at PEERPOWERFOUNDATION.ORG/ACT-PREP or see Mrs. Heaston in E205.
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office. All applications MUST be turned in by September 10th at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions. All clubs must have a staff sponsor, whom Ms. Durham will notify about club acceptance and protocols. If your club is denied it may be because that club already exists through another application…we will not have duplicate clubs with the same purpose.

    Announcements for August 20

    • Juniors and seniors in Spanish 3 or above interested in being a member of the National Spanish Society see Mrs. Magee in room E-101 after school.
    • There is an interest meeting for the Drama Club TODAY in the auditorium from 2:30-3:30. Anyone interested in being a part of the club or in participating in this year’s productions, what every form they take, is welcome to attend or contact Mr. Lawrence.
    • The Chinese Club will be having an interest meeting TODAY in Mrs. Yuan Harris's room E200 from 2:30-3:15. If you are interested in learning more about Chinese language and culture and having fun while doing it, this club is for you.
    • Spartans, We need YOU to submit titles for the 21-22 yearbook. Think you have a creative or clever title that describes the year? Submit your title by asking your teacher for the link posted in Teams Announcements TODAY, and the winner will receive a FREE YEARBOOK!
    • Come support the White Station girls soccer team carwash TOMORROW from 9-12 in the freshman parking lot
    • The Future Business Leaders of America club will be hosting an interest meeting MONDAY in Ms. Curry’s room, M118. Stop by to learn about the career preparation and leadership opportunities the club offers.
    • If you are interested in advocating for gender equality, getting to know some really great people, and more, The Girl Up Interest Meeting will be after school Monday in Ms. Young’s room M-109. Come to find out what we’re all about!
    • Basketball cheer camp Monday & Tuesday from 4p to 7p in the senior. Cheer tryouts are Wednesday @ 4pm in the auditorium. Cheer applications due with the $70 application fee to Ms. McCrackin in M211 no later than Monday, Aug. 23. Tryouts are open to the public so come and support your favorite potential Cheerleader.
    • Any young lady interested in playing basketball please see Coach Warren in the Senior Gym in order to participate everyone must have a physical.
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office. All applications MUST be turned in by September 10th at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions. All clubs must have a staff sponsor, whom Ms. Durham will notify about club acceptance and protocols. If your club is denied it may be because that club already exists through another application…we will not have duplicate clubs with the same purpose.

    Announcements for August 19

    • Students who take Mrs. Fischer or Mr. Robbins for 2nd, 3rd, or 4th period, report to the cafeteria for class TODAY.
    • Juniors and seniors in Spanish 3 or above interested in being a member of the National Spanish Society see Mrs. Magee in room E-101 after school.
    • Anyone current NHS senior who wants to serve as an NHS officer should attend a brief meeting TODAY in E305 at 2:20.
    • Seniors who would like to participate in the virtual Southern Heritage College Fair, sign up outside Mrs. Heaston's door by TODAY at 2:00pm
    • Interest meeting for Key Club, an organization that focuses on volunteering, will be held TODAY in the auditorium from 2:30-3:00. See Mrs. Kirby in M241 with any questions.
    • There is an interest meeting for the Drama Club TOMORROW in the auditorium from 2:30-3:30. Anyone interested in being a part of the club or in participating in this year’s productions, what every form they take, is welcome to attend or contact Mr. Lawrence.
    • Spartans, We need YOU to submit titles for the 21-22 yearbook. Think you have a creative or clever title that describes the year? Submit your title at https://forms.gle/tvtKA29Sv3GtX52J8 by TOMORROW and the winner will receive a FREE YEARBOOK!
    • The Future Business Leaders of America club will be hosting an interest meeting on August 23rd in Ms. Curry’s room, M118. Stop by to learn about the career preparation and leadership opportunities the club offers.
    • Any young lady interested in playing basketball please see Coach Warren in the Senior Gym in order to participate everyone must have a physical.
    • If you would like to start a club, Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office until September 10th. All applications MUST be turned in by September 10th at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions. All clubs must have a staff sponsor, whom Ms. Durham will notify about club acceptance and protocols. If your club is denied it may be because that club already exists through another application…we will not have duplicate clubs with the same purpose.

    Announcements for August 18

    • All Senor Insch's Spanish 1 classes meet in the Library TODAY, Wednesday August 18.
    • ATTENTION ALL FRESHMAN THAT ARE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR THE BASKETBALL TEAM, THERE WILL BE AN INFORMATIONAL MEETING DIRECTLY AFTER SCHOOL TODAY IN THE SENIOR GYM. PLEASE COME IN AND HAVE A SEAT IN THE BLEACHERS UPSTAIRS.
    • Anyone current NHS senior who wants to serve as an NHS officer should attend a brief meeting TOMORROW in E305 at 2:20.
    • Lockers will be sold this week. Students, pay attention to your 5th Period teacher for specific instructions.
    • Textbooks will be distributed to each grade level on the following dates:

    9th Friday, August 20th

    10th Monday, August 23rd

    11th Tuesday, August 24th

    12th Wednesday, August 25th

    Students, pay attention to your English teacher for details.

    • Seniors who would like to participate in the virtual Southern Heritage College Fair, sign up outside Mrs. Heaston's door by TOMORROW at 2:00pm
    • Interest meeting for Key Club, an organization that focuses on volunteering, will be held TOMORROW, August 19, in the auditorium from 2:30-3:00. See Mrs. Kirby in M241 with any questions.
    • There is an interest meeting for the Drama Club FRIDAY in the auditorium from 2:30-3:30. Anyone interested in being a part of the club or in participating in this year’s productions, what every form they take, is welcome to attend or contact Mr. Lawrence.
    • The Future Business Leaders of America club will be hosting an interest meeting on August 23rd in Ms. Curry’s room, M118. Stop by to learn about the career preparation and leadership opportunities the club offers.
    • Any young lady interested in playing basketball please see Coach Warren in the Senior Gym in order to participate everyone must have a physical.
    • If you would like to start a club here at White Station then this announcement is for you. Club Applications can be picked up in Student Support Services and the Main Office from August 16 – September 10th. All applications MUST be turned in by September 10th at 3:00 p.m…no exceptions. No clubs will be allowed without getting approval through this application process. All clubs must have a staff sponsor who signs the application to show that they have agreed to sponsor the club. Ms. Durham will notify the club sponsors of approval. Students are not to email her directly. All club correspondences must go through your staff club sponsor. If your club is denied it may be because that club already exists through another application…we will not have duplicate clubs with the same purpose.
    • Again club application forms can be picked up in student support services or main office and are due by Sept. 10th at 3 p.m.

     

    Announcements for August 16

    • There will be a Model UN interest meeting TOMORROW in Ms. Duckworth's room, F124.
    • Lockers will be sold mid-week next week. Students, pay attention to your 5th Period teacher for specific instructions.
    • Textbooks will be distributed to each grade level on the following dates:

    9th Friday, August 20th

    10th Monday, August 23rd

    11th Tuesday, August 24th

    12th Wednesday, August 25th

    Students, pay attention to your English teacher for details.

    • Seniors that would like to participate in the virtual Southern Heritage College Fair, sign up outside my Heaston's door by August 19th at 2:00pm
    • There is an interesting meeting for the Drama Club Friday, Aug 20th in the auditorium from 2:30-3:30. Anyone interested in being a part of the club or in participating in this year’s productions, what every form they take, is welcome to attend or contact Mr. Lawrence.
    • Any young lady interested in playing basketball please see Coach Warren in the Senior Gym in order to participate everyone must have a physical.

     

    Announcements for August 12

    • Do you own a set of golf clubs? Do you know the rules of golf? Then why not try out for golf! Tryouts for the golf team will be held TODAY, 3 pm at Putt Putt. Please see Coach Bateman in F129 for more information.
    • Students enrolled or interested in any Dual Enrollment course, including DE Chemistry (a new class at White Station), should attend the an interest meeting TODAY at 2:30 in the library.
    • The robotics team will meet TODAY at 2:30 in Mrs. Cornell's room M210. Please stop by if you are interested in either engineering or business. If you would like to be involved but cannot attend the meeting, please email wshsrobots@gmail.com.
    • The deadline to complete the Dual Enrollment University of Memphis is TOMORROW. If you are interested in a dual course or are in a dual enrollment course with U of M, please make sure you have completed the application found on the counselors’ website.
    • Students wishing to serve on the morning announcement staff should meet TOMORROW at 2:20 in the main lobby for a brief meeting.
    • Basketball Cheerleading applications and $10 are due to Coach Duriya by TOMORROW. Camp and Tumbling are scheduled for August 16 and 17 from 4-7pm, and tryouts are August 18th at 4pm.
    • Anyone interested in playing Baseball for White Station High School see Coach Walter after school in SR. Gym Lobby from 2:20 to 2:30pm.
    • There will be a Model UN interest meeting next Tuesday, August 17 in Ms. Duckworth's room, F124.
    • Lockers will be sold mid-week next week. Students, pay attention to your 5th Period teacher for specific instructions.
    • Textbooks will be distributed to each grade level on the following dates:

    9th Friday, August 20th

    10th Monday, August 23rd

    11th Tuesday, August 24th

    12th Wednesday, August 25th

    Students, pay attention to your English teacher for details.

    • There is an interesting meeting for the Drama Club next Friday, Aug 20th from 2:30-3:30. Anyone interested in being a part of the club or in participating in this year’s productions, what every form they take, is welcome to attend.

    Announcements for August 11

    • Do you own a set of golf clubs? Do you know the rules of golf? Then why not try out for golf! Tryouts for the golf team will be held TOMORROW, 3 pm at Putt Putt. Please see Coach Bateman in F129 for more information.
    • Any Freshman male interested in trying out for freshman football please see coach Goldson during Freshman lunch. TODAY, at 2:25 pm sharp, we will have a one day try out for Freshman Football. Come to the East Gym with sneakers and cleats. You will go through several drills to assess your willingness and ability to grow as a SPARTAN Football player.
    • There will be an interest meeting TOMORROW at 2:30 in the library for students currently enrolled or interested in enrolling in any Dual Enrollment class this school year.
    • The robotics team will meet TOMORROW at 2:30 in Mrs. Cornell's room M210. Please stop by if you are interested in either engineering or business. If you would like to be involved but cannot attend the meeting, please email wshsrobots@gmail.com.
    • The deadline to complete the Dual Enrollment University of Memphis Deadline is Friday. If you are interested in a dual course or are in a dual enrollment course with U of M, please make sure you have completed the application. The Dual Application is on our website.
    • Students wishing to serve on the morning announcement staff should meet FRIDAY at 2:20 in the main lobby for a brief meeting.
    • Anyone interested in playing Baseball for White Station High School see Coach Walter after school in SR. Gym Lobby from 2:20 to 2:30pm. 

    Announcements for August 10  

    • Announcements will be read over the intercom at the end of homeroom.
    • Do you own a set of golf clubs? Do you know the rules of golf? Then why not try out for golf! Tryouts for the golf team will be held on Thursday, August 12th, 3 pm at Putt Putt. Please see Coach Bateman in F129 for more information.
    • Any Freshman male interested in trying out for freshman football please see coach Goldson during Freshman lunch. On Wednesday August 11th at 2:25 pm sharp, we will have a one day try out for Freshman Football. Come to the East Gym with sneakers and cleats. You will go through several drills to assess your willingness and ability to grow as a SPARTAN Football player.
    • There will be an interest meeting on Thursday at 2:30 in the library for students currently enrolled or interested in enrolling in any Dual Enrollment class this school year.

    Announcements for June 10

    • Students who are interested in pursuing their languages learning should check out here: https://www.nsliforyouth.org/nsli-y/
    • If you are interested in playing golf at WSHS for the upcoming season? Please email Coach Bateman (batemanj@scsk12.org) for more information.
    • If you are interested in being a manager for the football team during the 2021 football season, please contact Coach Yarbrough (yarbroughra@scsk12.org) to find out more information on how you can be a part of the football program.

    Announcements for June 9

    • Students who are interested in pursuing their languages learning should check out here: https://www.nsliforyouth.org/nsli-y/
    • If you are interested in playing golf at WSHS for the upcoming season? Please email Coach Bateman (batemanj@scsk12.org) for more information.
    • If you are interested in being a manager for the football team during the 2021 football season, please contact Coach Yarbrough (yarbroughra@scsk12.org) to find out more information on how you can be a part of the football program.

    Announcements for June 8

    • Students who are interested in pursuing their languages learning should check out here: https://www.nsliforyouth.org/nsli-y/
    • If you are interested in playing golf at WSHS for the upcoming season? Please email Coach Bateman (batemanj@scsk12.org) for more information.
    • If you are interested in being a manager for the football team during the 2021 football season, please contact Coach Yarbrough (yarbroughra@scsk12.org) to find out more information on how you can be a part of the football program.
    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for June 7

    • Congratulations to the following students who have been accepted to NSLI-Y(The U.S. Department of State’s National Security Language Initiative for Youth) Chinese summer program: Dahlia Townley-Bakewell 10th, Whitney Chen 11th, NSLI-Y offers different languages in the summer. Students who are interested in pursuing their languages learning should check out here: https://www.nsliforyouth.org/nsli-y/
    • If you are interested in playing golf at WSHS for the upcoming season? Please email Coach Bateman (batemanj@scsk12.org) for more information.
    • If you are interested in being a manager for the football team during the 2021 football season, please contact Coach Yarbrough (yarbroughra@scsk12.org) to find out more information on how you can be a part of the football program.
    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for June 4

    • Congratulations to the following students who have been accepted to NSLI-Y(The U.S. Department of State’s National Security Language Initiative for Youth) Chinese summer program: Dahlia Townley-Bakewell 10th and Whitney Chen 11th; NSLI-Y offers different languages in the summer. Students who are interested in pursuing their languages learning should check out here: https://www.nsliforyouth.org/nsli-y/
    • If you are interested in playing golf at WSHS for the upcoming season? Please email Coach Bateman (batemanj@scsk12.org) for more information.
    • If you are interested in being a manager for the football team during the 2021 football season, please contact Coach Yarbrough (yarbroughra@scsk12.org) to find out more information on how you can be a part of the football program.
    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for June 3

    • If you are interested in being a manager for the football team during the 2021 football season, please contact Coach Yarbrough (yarbroughra@scsk12.org) to find out more information on how you can be a part of the football program.
    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for June 2

    • If you are interested in being a manager for the football team during the 2021 football season, please contact Coach Yarbrough (yarbroughra@scsk12.org) to find out more information on how you can be a part of the football program.
    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for June 1

    • If you are interested in being a manager for the football team during the 2021 football season, please contact Coach Yarbrough (yarbroughra@scsk12.org) to find out more information on how you can be a part of the football program.
    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 28

    • If you are interested in being a manager for the football team during the 2021 football season, please contact Coach Yarbrough (yarbroughra@scsk12.org) to find out more information on how you can be a part of the football program.
    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 27

    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 26

    • Congratulations to the following students who qualified to receive the Seal of Biliteracy on their diplomas:

    French: Alexandros Dragatsis, Anjali Gahlaut, Maddie Hitching, Angelina Le, and Malak Moustafa

    Chinese: Michelle Lee and Zoe Wolfe

    Arabic: Malak Moustafa

    This Seal is the result of four years of hard work in language study and is a huge accomplishment. We are proud of you

    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 25

    • Congratulations to the following students who qualified to receive the Seal of Biliteracy on their diplomas:

    French: Alexandros Dragatsis, Anjali Gahlaut, Maddie Hitching, Angelina Le, and Malak Moustafa

    Chinese: Michelle Lee and Zoe Wolfe

    Arabic: Malak Moustafa

    This Seal is the result of four years of hard work in language study and is a huge accomplishment. We are proud of you

    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 24

    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 21

    • Congratulations to the 108 newly inducted National Honor Society members! Inductees who were not able to attend this week’s induction will receive an email later TODAY about details for the make-up induction ceremony. White Station thanks its current and new members for their leadership, scholarship, service, and character.
    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 20

    • Congratulations to the 108 newly inducted National Honor Society members! Inductees who were not able to attend last night’s induction will receive an email tomorrow about details for the make-up induction ceremony. White Station thanks its current and new members for their leadership, scholarship, service, and character.
    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 19

    • Congratulations to the captain of the WSHS Golf Team, Ben Nganga, who has been awarded the First Tee Scholar Scholarship. This scholarship is not only a golf scholarship it is also an academic scholarship. He was surprised by the First Tee, fellow golf team members, family, and friends at the Links of Whitehaven. His award was filmed and is to be featured during a PGA match on television. He will be attending Indiana University in the fall.
    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 18

    • Congratulations to the captain of the WSHS Golf Team, Ben Nganga, who has been awarded the First Tee Scholar Scholarship. This scholarship is not only a golf scholarship it is also an academic scholarship. He was surprised by the First Tee, fellow golf team members, family, and friends at the Links of Whitehaven. His award was filmed and is to be featured during a PGA match on television. He will be attending Indiana University in the fall.
    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 17

    • IMPORTANT SCHEDULING ANNOUNCEMENT: Monday, May 17, 2021, during 1st period, in-person students will report to the auditorium at the beginning of 1st period, and virtual students will receive a live link so that counselors may assist students with completing Naviance: Course Planner.Link for Naviance meeting 1st period Monday:

    https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_NzBlMDc5MTEtMWVjNS00MTFjLWE5OTYtM2U3ZWQxYmUyNTZm%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%222b291c94-5eb0-44b7-89ea-4baf16ecc4a9%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%228b3b03e7-d7c0-4787-a50a-3ea6db97fa89%22%2c%22IsBroadcastMeeting%22%3atrue%7d&btype=a&role=a

    • If you are interested in trying out for the Competitive Football Cheer Team, please click the following link to access tryout dates and necessary paperwork. If there are any questions, please contact Coach Kelci at pearcek@scsk12.org or by visiting room F210 if you are in person. Thanks and hope to see you all at tryouts!! The link is www.Cheerwshs.shutterfly.com
    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 14

    • The Final Virtual Saturday Learning Academy is May 22. The Saturday Learning Academy will offer ACT Prep for high school students.

    The registration period for the academy is open until the end of TODAY

    • If you are interested in trying out for the Competitive Football Cheer Team, please click the following link to access tryout dates and necessary paperwork. If there are any questions, please contact Coach Kelci at pearcek@scsk12.org or by visiting room F210 if you are in person. Thanks and hope to see you all at tryouts!! The link is www.Cheerwshs.shutterfly.com
    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 13

    • The Final Virtual Saturday Learning Academy is May 22. The Saturday Learning Academy will offer ACT Prep for high school students.

    The registration period for the academy is open until May 14.

    • If you are interested in trying out for the Competitive Football Cheer Team, please click the following link to access tryout dates and necessary paperwork. If there are any questions, please contact Coach Kelci at pearcek@scsk12.org or by visiting room F210 if you are in person. Thanks and hope to see you all at tryouts!! The link is www.Cheerwshs.shutterfly.com
    • Senior Memories - Seniors! Use this form to upload pictures of your favorite memories from your years here at WSHS. These photos will be collaged together in your yearbook. Speaking of yearbooks, purchase yours today to ensure you get one when they arrive next month, shortly after graduation. Purchase White Station High School Yearbook
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 12

    • WHITE STATION'S VIRTUAL TALENT SHOW "SPARTA'S GOT TALENT!" IS OUT NOW! Click this link to watch all the amazing talents our Spartans have! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiuaWN-hRm4
      Use this Google Forms link to vote for your favorite act. We also have two teacher judges who will pick winners in each category, and they will all receive gift card prizes! LAST DAY TO VOTE IS TODAY, MAY 12. Winners will be announced shortly thereafter.

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1CluShJZapWeuwoYp7acig0I2lRtDXEgrfTm8TCSmk7w/edit#responses

    • The Final Virtual Saturday Learning Academy is May 22. The Saturday Learning Academy will offer ACT Prep for high school students.

    The registration period for the academy is open until May 14.

    • If you are interested in trying out for the Competitive Football Cheer Team, please click the following link to access tryout dates and necessary paperwork. If there are any questions, please contact Coach Kelci at pearcek@scsk12.org or by visiting room F210 if you are in person. Thanks and hope to see you all at tryouts!! The link is www.Cheerwshs.shutterfly.com
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 11

    • If you are interested in trying out for the Competitive Football Cheer Team, please click the following link to access tryout dates and necessary paperwork. If there are any questions, please contact Coach Kelci at pearcek@scsk12.org or by visiting room F210 if you are in person. Thanks and hope to see you all at tryouts!! The link is www.Cheerwshs.shutterfly.com
    • WHITE STATION'S VIRTUAL TALENT SHOW "SPARTA'S GOT TALENT!" IS OUT NOW! Click this link to watch all the amazing talents our Spartans have! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiuaWN-hRm4
      Use this Google Forms link to vote for your favorite act. We also have two teacher judges who will pick winners in each category, and they will all receive gift card prizes! LAST DAY TO VOTE IS TOMORROW, MAY 12. Winners will be announced shortly thereafter.

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1CluShJZapWeuwoYp7acig0I2lRtDXEgrfTm8TCSmk7w/edit#responses

    • The Final Virtual Saturday Learning Academy is May 22. The Saturday Learning Academy will offer ACT Prep for high school students.

    The registration period for the academy is open from May 10 -May 14.

    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 10

    • If you are interested in trying out for the Competitive Football Cheer Team, please click the following link to access tryout dates and necessary paperwork. If there are any questions, please contact Coach Kelci at pearcek@scsk12.org or by visiting room F210 if you are in person. Thanks and hope to see you all at tryouts!! The link is www.Cheerwshs.shutterfly.com
    • WHITE STATION'S VIRTUAL TALENT SHOW "SPARTA'S GOT TALENT!" IS OUT NOW! Click this link to watch all the amazing talents our Spartans have! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiuaWN-hRm4
      Use this Google Forms link to vote for your favorite act. We also have two teacher judges who will pick winners in each category, and they will all receive gift card prizes! LAST DAY TO VOTE IS THIS WEDNESDAY, MAY 12. Winners will be announced shortly thereafter.

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1CluShJZapWeuwoYp7acig0I2lRtDXEgrfTm8TCSmk7w/edit#responses

    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 7

    • If you are interested in trying out for the Competitive Football Cheer Team, please click the following link to access tryout dates and necessary paperwork. If there are any questions, please contact Coach Kelci at pearcek@scsk12.org or by visiting room F210 if you are in person. Thanks and hope to see you all at tryouts!! The link is www.Cheerwshs.shutterfly.com
    • The Spring Spruce Up Sparta event is May 8 and will be combined with another exciting event: Community Courtyard Phase 2 Planting Day. Please note the new times, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with two “shifts.” If you previously signed up for Spruce Up Sparta, originally scheduled for 1-4 p.m., that time slot has changed to noon-3 p.m. Please feel free to delete your sign up if you're no longer able to volunteer on the rescheduled date or if you would prefer the earlier shift, 9 a.m.-noon. And of course, you're certainly welcome to spend the day with us and earn community service hours (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) beautifying the WSHS campus on May 8. For more information, to volunteer or to donate funds or supplies, please visit the Sign Up Genius page.
    • WHITE STATION'S VIRTUAL TALENT SHOW "SPARTA'S GOT TALENT!" IS OUT NOW! Click this link to watch all the amazing talents our Spartans have! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiuaWN-hRm4
      Use this Google Forms link to vote for your favorite act. We also have two teacher judges who will pick winners in each category, and they will all receive gift card prizes! LAST DAY TO VOTE IS WEDNESDAY, MAY 12. Winners will be announced shortly thereafter.

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1CluShJZapWeuwoYp7acig0I2lRtDXEgrfTm8TCSmk7w/edit#responses

    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 6

    • If you are interested in trying out for the Competitive Football Cheer Team, please click the following link to access tryout dates and necessary paperwork. If there are any questions, please contact Coach Kelci at pearcek@scsk12.org or by visiting room F210 if you are in person. Thanks and hope to see you all at tryouts!! The link is www.Cheerwshs.shutterfly.com
    • The Spring Spruce Up Sparta event is May 8 and will be combined with another exciting event: Community Courtyard Phase 2 Planting Day. Please note the new times, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with two “shifts.” If you previously signed up for Spruce Up Sparta, originally scheduled for 1-4 p.m., that time slot has changed to noon-3 p.m. Please feel free to delete your sign up if you're no longer able to volunteer on the rescheduled date or if you would prefer the earlier shift, 9 a.m.-noon. And of course, you're certainly welcome to spend the day with us and earn community service hours (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) beautifying the WSHS campus on May 8. For more information, to volunteer or to donate funds or supplies, please visit the Sign Up Genius page.
    • WHITE STATION'S VIRTUAL TALENT SHOW "SPARTA'S GOT TALENT!" IS OUT NOW! Click this link to watch all the amazing talents our Spartans have! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiuaWN-hRm4
      Use this Google Forms link to vote for your favorite act. We also have two teacher judges who will pick winners in each category, and they will all receive gift card prizes! LAST DAY TO VOTE IS WEDNESDAY, MAY 12. Winners will be announced shortly thereafter.

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1CluShJZapWeuwoYp7acig0I2lRtDXEgrfTm8TCSmk7w/edit#responses

    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 5

    • If you are interested in trying out for the Competitive Football Cheer Team, please click the following link to access tryout dates and necessary paperwork. If there are any questions, please contact Coach Kelci at pearcek@scsk12.org or by visiting room F210 if you are in person. Thanks and hope to see you all at tryouts!! The link is www.Cheerwshs.shutterfly.com
    • The Spring Spruce Up Sparta event is May 8 and will be combined with another exciting event: Community Courtyard Phase 2 Planting Day. Please note the new times, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with two “shifts.” If you previously signed up for Spruce Up Sparta, originally scheduled for 1-4 p.m., that time slot has changed to noon-3 p.m. Please feel free to delete your sign up if you're no longer able to volunteer on the rescheduled date or if you would prefer the earlier shift, 9 a.m.-noon. And of course, you're certainly welcome to spend the day with us and earn community service hours (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) beautifying the WSHS campus on May 8. For more information, to volunteer or to donate funds or supplies, please visit the Sign Up Genius page.
    • WHITE STATION'S VIRTUAL TALENT SHOW "SPARTA'S GOT TALENT!" IS OUT NOW! Click this link to watch all the amazing talents our Spartans have! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiuaWN-hRm4
      Use this Google Forms link to vote for your favorite act. We also have two teacher judges who will pick winners in each category, and they will all receive gift card prizes! LAST DAY TO VOTE IS WEDNESDAY, MAY 12. Winners will be announced shortly thereafter.

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1CluShJZapWeuwoYp7acig0I2lRtDXEgrfTm8TCSmk7w/edit#responses

    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May the Fourth be with you

    • Teachers, please complete the task in an email from NHS requesting comments about this year’s candidates (sent Friday near 9:00am).
    • If you are interested in trying out for the Competitive Football Cheer Team, please click the following link to access tryout dates and necessary paperwork. If there are any questions, please contact Coach Kelci at pearcek@scsk12.org or by visiting room F210 if you are in person. Thanks and hope to see you all at tryouts!! The link is www.Cheerwshs.shutterfly.com
    • The Spring Spruce Up Sparta event is May 8 and will be combined with another exciting event: Community Courtyard Phase 2 Planting Day. Please note the new times, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with two “shifts.” If you previously signed up for Spruce Up Sparta, originally scheduled for 1-4 p.m., that time slot has changed to noon-3 p.m. Please feel free to delete your sign up if you're no longer able to volunteer on the rescheduled date or if you would prefer the earlier shift, 9 a.m.-noon. And of course, you're certainly welcome to spend the day with us and earn community service hours (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) beautifying the WSHS campus on May 8. For more information, to volunteer or to donate funds or supplies, please visit the Sign Up Genius page.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for May 3

    • Teachers, please complete the task in an email from NHS requesting comments about this year’s candidates (sent Friday near 9:00am).
    • If you are interested in trying out for the Competitive Football Cheer Team, please click the following link to access tryout dates and necessary paperwork. If there are any questions, please contact Coach Kelci at pearcek@scsk12.org or by visiting room F210 if you are in person. Thanks and hope to see you all at tryouts!!
    • The Spring Spruce Up Sparta event is May 8 and will be combined with another exciting event: Community Courtyard Phase 2 Planting Day. Please note the new times, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with two “shifts.” If you previously signed up for Spruce Up Sparta, originally scheduled for 1-4 p.m., that time slot has changed to noon-3 p.m. Please feel free to delete your sign up if you're no longer able to volunteer on the rescheduled date or if you would prefer the earlier shift, 9 a.m.-noon. And of course, you're certainly welcome to spend the day with us and earn community service hours (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) beautifying the WSHS campus on May 8. For more information, to volunteer or to donate funds or supplies, please visit the Sign Up Genius page.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for April 30

    • Teachers, please look for an email from NHS requesting comments about this year’s candidates.
    • The Spring Spruce Up Sparta event will now be May 8 and will be combined with another exciting event: Community Courtyard Phase 2 Planting Day. Please note the new times, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with two “shifts.” If you previously signed up for Spruce Up Sparta, originally scheduled for 1-4 p.m., that time slot has changed to noon-3 p.m. Please feel free to delete your sign up if you're no longer able to volunteer on the rescheduled date or if you would prefer the earlier shift, 9 a.m.-noon. And of course, you're certainly welcome to spend the day with us and earn community service hours (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) beautifying the WSHS campus on May 8. For more information, to volunteer or to donate funds or supplies, please visit the Sign Up Genius page.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for April 29

    • We will offer the ASVAB THIS morning 4/29. Email Mrs. Brown-Malone browntc@scsk12.org to sign up. Please share with juniors and seniors.
    • FINAL CALL: Juniors and seniors invited to join a Team called National Honor Society CANDIDATES, your application is TODAY, April 29.
    • The Spring Spruce Up Sparta event will now be May 8 and will be combined with another exciting event: Community Courtyard Phase 2 Planting Day. Please note the new times, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with two “shifts.” If you previously signed up for Spruce Up Sparta, originally scheduled for 1-4 p.m., that time slot has changed to noon-3 p.m. Please feel free to delete your sign up if you're no longer able to volunteer on the rescheduled date or if you would prefer the earlier shift, 9 a.m.-noon. And of course, you're certainly welcome to spend the day with us and earn community service hours (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) beautifying the WSHS campus on May 8. For more information, to volunteer or to donate funds or supplies, please visit the Sign Up Genius page.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for April 28

    • We will offer the ASVAB TOMORROW morning 4/29. Email Mrs. Brown-Malone browntc@scsk12.org to sign up. Please share with juniors and seniors.
    • Juniors and seniors with a cumulative GPA higher than 3.85 should have been invited to join a Team called National Honor Society CANDIDATES. Your application is TOMORROW, April 29. If you believe you should have been invited but were not, please email whitestation.nhs@gmail.com TODAY.
    • The Spring Spruce Up Sparta event will now be May 8 and will be combined with another exciting event: Community Courtyard Phase 2 Planting Day. Please note the new times, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with two “shifts.” If you previously signed up for Spruce Up Sparta, originally scheduled for 1-4 p.m., that time slot has changed to noon-3 p.m. Please feel free to delete your sign up if you're no longer able to volunteer on the rescheduled date or if you would prefer the earlier shift, 9 a.m.-noon. And of course, you're certainly welcome to spend the day with us and earn community service hours (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) beautifying the WSHS campus on May 8. For more information, to volunteer or to donate funds or supplies, please visit the Sign Up Genius page.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for April 27

    • We will offer the ASVAB this Thursday morning 4/29. Email Mrs. Brown-Malone browntc@scsk12.org to sign up. Please share with juniors and seniors.
    • Juniors and seniors with a cumulative GPA higher than 3.85 should have been invited to join a Team called National Honor Society CANDIDATES. Your application is due by Thursday, April 29. If you believe you should have been invited but were not, please email whitestation.nhs@gmail.com.
    • The Spring Spruce Up Sparta event will now be May 8 and will be combined with another exciting event: Community Courtyard Phase 2 Planting Day. Please note the new times, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with two “shifts.” If you previously signed up for Spruce Up Sparta, originally scheduled for 1-4 p.m., that time slot has changed to noon-3 p.m. Please feel free to delete your sign up if you're no longer able to volunteer on the rescheduled date or if you would prefer the earlier shift, 9 a.m.-noon. And of course, you're certainly welcome to spend the day with us and earn community service hours (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) beautifying the WSHS campus on May 8. For more information, to volunteer or to donate funds or supplies, please visit the Sign Up Genius page.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for April 26

    • Juniors and seniors with a cumulative GPA higher than 3.85 should have been invited to join a Team called National Honor Society CANDIDATES. Your application is due by Thursday, April 29. If you believe you should have been invited but were not, please email whitestation.nhs@gmail.com.
    • The Spring Spruce Up Sparta event will now be May 8 and will be combined with another exciting event: Community Courtyard Phase 2 Planting Day. Please note the new times, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with two “shifts.” If you previously signed up for Spruce Up Sparta, originally scheduled for 1-4 p.m., that time slot has changed to noon-3 p.m. Please feel free to delete your sign up if you're no longer able to volunteer on the rescheduled date or if you would prefer the earlier shift, 9 a.m.-noon. And of course, you're certainly welcome to spend the day with us and earn community service hours (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) beautifying the WSHS campus on May 8. For more information, to volunteer or to donate funds or supplies, please visit the Sign Up Genius page.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.
    • We will offer the ASVAB this Thursday morning 4/29. Email Mrs. Brown-Malone browntc@scsk12.org to sign up. Please share with juniors and seniors.

     

    Announcements for April 23

    • If you want a chance to win a gift card and have your talent seen by the school, please enter SPARTA’S GOT TALENT — our virtual talent show!
      Details are on the flyer! Videos/music/dances/etc. must be school appropriate and you must use THIS link to submit your talent! Submissions are due TODAY; email whitestationeboard@gmail.com if you have questions!
    • WSHS Girl Up is having a period product drive TOMORROW from 12-2 pm. Bring all products to the auditorium during this time. We accept donations like boxes of pads, tampons, and cash donations. All products will be donated to Memphis Union Mission to supply homeless people with period products.
    • WSHS Garden Club needs your help. We need students to sign up to clear out debris and pick weeds in preparation for the planting of our edible forest. This event will take place immediately after school. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=lBwpK7Bet0SJ6kuvFuzEqUV6FqrGzK5EvbsZPmFlgFlUMUg4WjBNRkY4RVNKNDQzR0VHRVoxWUU1QSQlQCNjPTEuFor students interested in cleaning up Thursday, please bring garden gloves of your own (if you do not have any, there are spare ones, a bottle of water, if you have a rake, bring this with you, too! Please wear long pants, a hat, and shoes you don't mind getting dirty.
    • Juniors and seniors with a cumulative GPA higher than 3.85 should have been invited to join a Team called National Honor Society CANDIDATES. Your application is due by Thursday, April 29. If you believe you should have been invited but were not, please email whitestation.nhs@gmail.com.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for April 22

    • If you want a chance to win a gift card and have your talent seen by the school, please enter SPARTA’S GOT TALENT — our virtual talent show!
      Details are on the flyer! Videos/music/dances/etc. must be school appropriate and you must use THIS link to submit your talent! Submissions are due TOMORROW; email whitestationeboard@gmail.com if you have questions!
    • WSHS Girl Up is having a period product drive this Saturday 4/24 from 12-2 pm. Bring all products to the auditorium during this time. We accept donations like boxes of pads, tampons, and cash donations. All products will be donated to Memphis Union Mission to supply homeless people with period products.
    • Can you please add this to the annoucments for today?
    • WSHS Garden Club needs your help. We need students to sign up to clear out debris and pick weeds in preparation for the planting of our edible forest. This event will take place immediately after school. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=lBwpK7Bet0SJ6kuvFuzEqUV6FqrGzK5EvbsZPmFlgFlUMUg4WjBNRkY4RVNKNDQzR0VHRVoxWUU1QSQlQCNjPTEuFor students interested in cleaning up Thursday, please bring garden gloves of your own (if you do not have any, there are spare ones, a bottle of water, if you have a rake, bring this with you, too! Please wear long pants, a hat, and shoes you don't mind getting dirty.
    • Juniors and seniors with a cumulative GPA higher than 3.85 should have been invited to join a Team called National Honor Society CANDIDATES. Your application is due by Thursday, April 29. If you believe you should have been invited but were not, please email whitestation.nhs@gmail.com.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for April 21

    • If you want a chance to win a gift card and have your talent seen by the school, please enter SPARTA’S GOT TALENT — our virtual talent show!
      Details are on the flyer! Videos/music/dances/etc. must be school appropriate and you must use THIS link to submit your talent! Submissions are due FRIDAY; email whitestationeboard@gmail.com if you have questions!
    • WSHS Girl Up is having a period product drive this Saturday 4/24 from 12-2 pm. Bring all products to the auditorium during this time. We accept donations like boxes of pads, tampons, and cash donations. All products will be donated to Memphis Union Mission to supply homeless people with period products.
    • Juniors and seniors with a cumulative GPA higher than 3.85 should have been invited to join a Team called National Honor Society CANDIDATES. Your application is due by Thursday, April 29. If you believe you should have been invited but were not, please email whitestation.nhs@gmail.com.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for April 20

    • We are hosting a decorating day for Basketball Homecoming TODAY. Students can make posters at home, drop them off in the cafeteria, and I will go with a group of 4-5 students to hang them up. For in-person students ONLY. The flyer has all the information.
    • If you want a chance to win a gift card and have your talent seen by the school, please enter SPARTA’S GOT TALENT — our virtual talent show!
      Details are on the flyer! Videos/music/dances/etc. must be school appropriate and you must use THIS link to submit your talent! Submissions are due FRIDAY; email whitestationeboard@gmail.com if you have questions!
    • Juniors and seniors with a cumulative GPA higher than 3.85 should have been invited to join a Team called National Honor Society CANDIDATES. Your application is due by Thursday, April 29. If you believe you should have been invited but were not, please email whitestation.nhs@gmail.com.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.
    • Announcements for April 15
    • If you want a chance to join White Station's E-Board, make sure you fill out an application! Applications are only open for one more week and will close on MONDAY, APRIL 19 AT 3:00 PM. No late or incomplete applications will be accepted, so apply before it's too late! APPLICATION LINK: https://forms.gle/tdwA4KJQWbCQ4FWp8
    • We are hosting a decorating day for Basketball Homecoming next Tuesday 4/20. Students can make posters at home, drop them off in the cafeteria, and I will go with a group of 4-5 students to hang them up. For in-person students ONLY. The flyer has all the information.
    • If you want a chance to win a gift card and have your talent seen by the school, please enter SPARTA’S GOT TALENT — our virtual talent show!
      Details are on the flyer! Videos/music/dances/etc. must be school appropriate and you must use THIS link to submit your talent! Submissions are due April 23; email whitestationeboard@gmail.com if you have questions!
    • Juniors and seniors with a cumulative GPA higher than 3.85 should have been invited to join a Team called National Honor Society CANDIDATES. Your application is due by Thursday, April 29. If you believe you should have been invited but were not, please email whitestation.nhs@gmail.com.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for April 14

    • Juniors and seniors with a cumulative GPA higher than 3.85 should have been invited to join a Team called National Honor Society CANDIDATES. Your application is due by Thursday, April 29. If you believe you should have been invited but were not, please email whitestation.nhs@gmail.com.
    • If you want a chance to join White Station's E-Board, make sure you fill out an application! Applications are only open for one more week and will close on MONDAY, APRIL 19 AT 3:00 PM. No late or incomplete applications will be accepted, so apply before it's too late! APPLICATION LINK: https://forms.gle/tdwA4KJQWbCQ4FWp8
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for April 13

    • If you want a chance to join White Station's E-Board, make sure you fill out an application! Applications are only open for one more week and will close on MONDAY, APRIL 19 AT 3:00 PM. No late or incomplete applications will be accepted, so apply before it's too late! APPLICATION LINK: https://forms.gle/tdwA4KJQWbCQ4FWp8
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

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    Announcements for March 25

    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for March 24

    Announcements for March 23

    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for March 18

    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for March 17

    • Any boys interested in playing WSHS Boys' Soccer this year should email Coach Cullen at chaley718@gmail.com for more information.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for March 16

    • Below is the link to our rescheduled AP Parent Information Night for TONIGHT from 6 to 8 pm. Each teacher will host his or her own presentation. We hope you will join us if your child is attending WSHS this fall and is interested in AP (Advanced Placement) courses.

    The two courses available for freshmen are: AP Human Geography and AP Computer Science Principles. There is limited availability in both courses. Both are college-level courses and require solid working and study habits, time management and organizational skills, and some level of self-motivation. All information about these courses is available on the College Board website at collegeboard.org. These two courses are accessible and age appropriate for freshmen but please note that space is limited. There will be an application process shared at the event on the 16th: AP Parent Information Night

    • Any boys interested in playing WSHS Boys' Soccer this year should email Coach Cullen at chaley718@gmail.com for more information.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for March 15

    • Below is the link to our rescheduled AP Parent Information Night for TOMORROW from 6 to 8 pm. Each teacher will host his or her own presentation. We hope you will join us if your child is attending WSHS this fall and is interested in AP (Advanced Placement) courses.

    The two courses available for freshmen are: AP Human Geography and AP Computer Science Principles. There is limited availability in both courses. Both are college-level courses and require solid working and study habits, time management and organizational skills, and some level of self-motivation. All information about these courses is available on the College Board website at collegeboard.org. These two courses are accessible and age appropriate for freshmen but please note that space is limited. There will be an application process shared at the event on the 16th: AP Parent Information Night

    • Any boys interested in playing WSHS Boys' Soccer this year should email Coach Cullen at chaley718@gmail.com for more information.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for March 12

    • Below is the link to our rescheduled AP Parent Information Night for next Tuesday, March 16, from 6 to 8 pm. Each teacher will host his or her own presentation. We hope you will join us if your child is attending WSHS this fall and is interested in AP (Advanced Placement) courses.

    The two courses available for freshmen are: AP Human Geography and AP Computer Science Principles. There is limited availability in both courses. Both are college-level courses and require solid working and study habits, time management and organizational skills, and some level of self-motivation. All information about these courses is available on the College Board website at collegeboard.org. These two courses are accessible and age appropriate for freshmen but please note that space is limited. There will be an application process shared at the event on the 16th: AP Parent Information Night

    • Any boys interested in playing WSHS Boys' Soccer this year should email Coach Cullen at chaley718@gmail.com for more information.
    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for March 11

    • Below is the link to our rescheduled AP Parent Information Night for next Tuesday, March 16, from 6 to 8 pm. Each teacher will host his or her own presentation. We hope you will join us if your child is attending WSHS this fall and is interested in AP (Advanced Placement) courses.

    The two courses available for freshmen are: AP Human Geography and AP Computer Science Principles. There is limited availability in both courses. Both are college-level courses and require solid working and study habits, time management and organizational skills, and some level of self-motivation. All information about these courses is available on the College Board website at collegeboard.org. These two courses are accessible and age appropriate for freshmen but please note that space is limited. There will be an application process shared at the event on the 16th: AP Parent Information Night

    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for March 10

    • Below is the link to our rescheduled AP Parent Information Night for next Tuesday, March 16, from 6 to 8 pm. Each teacher will host his or her own presentation. We hope you will join us if your child is attending WSHS this fall and is interested in AP (Advanced Placement) courses.

    The two courses available for freshmen are: AP Human Geography and AP Computer Science Principles. There is limited availability in both courses. Both are college-level courses and require solid working and study habits, time management and organizational skills, and some level of self-motivation. All information about these courses is available on the College Board website at collegeboard.org. These two courses are accessible and age appropriate for freshmen but please note that space is limited. There will be an application process shared at the event on the 16th: AP Parent Information Night

    • This year's yearbook is about you! We would be honored to include your photos in this year's book. Share using this form. https://forms.gle/dq4Jaj7jtjvnsEjM7 Photos should be SCS appropriate.

    Announcements for March 9

    • Upload photos that capture the magic of the fun you had in the snow to be featured in our yearbook. Whether it's a selfie in the snow or a portrait by the fire, please share: https://forms.gle/G3DAXmUNaHub556z7
    • The rescheduled AP night for Tuesday, March 16th at 6:00 pm.

    Announcements for March 8

    • Upload photos that capture the magic of the fun you had in the snow to be featured in our yearbook. Whether it's a selfie in the snow or a portrait by the fire, please share: https://forms.gle/G3DAXmUNaHub556z7
    • The rescheduled AP night for Tuesday, March 16th at 6:00 pm.

    Announcements for March 5

    • Upload photos that capture the magic of the fun you had in the snow to be featured in our yearbook. Whether it's a selfie in the snow or a portrait by the fire, please share: https://forms.gle/G3DAXmUNaHub556z7
    • The rescheduled AP night for Tuesday, March 16th at 6:00 pm.

    Announcements for March 4

    • Upload photos that capture the magic of the fun you had in the snow to be featured in our yearbook. Whether it's a selfie in the snow or a portrait by the fire, please share: https://forms.gle/G3DAXmUNaHub556z7
    • The rescheduled AP night for Tuesday, March 16th at 6:00 pm.

    Announcements for March 3

    • Please congratulate the following students on their advancement to the knockout round in the Tennessee Science Bowl: Daniel Zhu (12), Jason H'ng (12), Michael Golden (12), Gahana Nagireddy (11), and Johnathan Mehrotro (9).
    • Upload photos that capture the magic of the fun you had in the snow to be featured in our yearbook. Whether it's a selfie in the snow or a portrait by the fire, please share: https://forms.gle/G3DAXmUNaHub556z7
    • The rescheduled AP night for Tuesday, March 16th at 6:00 pm.
    • We are preparing for our Sixth Virtual Saturday Learning Academy on March 20. The Saturday Learning Academy will offer enrichment for students in grades K-8 and ACT Prep for high school students. The academies are a key strategy for addressing learning loss caused by school closures in the Spring due to COVID-19. Saturday Learning academies will occur one Saturday a month from October-May.  Virtual Learning Academy Virtual Learning Academy Spanish

    Announcements for March 2

    • Please congratulate the following students on their advancement to the knockout round in the Tennessee Science Bowl: Daniel Zhu (12), Jason H'ng (12), Michael Golden (12), Gahana Nagireddy (11), and Johnathan Mehrotro (9).
    • Upload photos that capture the magic of the fun you had in the snow to be featured in our yearbook. Whether it's a selfie in the snow or a portrait by the fire, please share: https://forms.gle/G3DAXmUNaHub556z7
    • The rescheduled AP night for Tuesday, March 16th at 6:00 pm.

    Announcements for February 26

    • Reminder, the Baptist’s Black Men in White Coats Summit that will be virtually held TOMORROW from 9am-10:30am for 11th and 12th grade Africa American / Minority males interested in a healthcare or supportive career field: https://baptistmemorialhealthcare.createsend1.com/t/ViewEmail/j/D4D511FCFB0A77352540EF23F30FEDED
    • Students who wish to participate in WordSmith: it was just announced that there WILL be a WordSmith contest this year. The contest will occur on Zoom on February 28. Interested students should contact Mr. Wade immediately. Please email Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org
    • Upload photos that capture the magic of the fun you had in the snow to be featured in our yearbook. Whether it's a selfie in the snow or a portrait by the fire, please share: https://forms.gle/G3DAXmUNaHub556z7
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276
    • The rescheduled AP night for Tuesday, March 16th at 6:00 pm.

    Announcements for February 25

    • Have you received the latest edition of your student-produced, award-winning newspaper, The Scroll? Issue 2 was sent to known email addresses last week. If you would like to be added to our mailing list, contact us at whitestationscroll@gmail.com.
    • Congratulations to senior Katie Stanek, team leader of News & Features section of The Scroll. Katie’s article titled “Special education especially difficult amidst pandemic” recently received national recognition from School Newspapers Online. You can read Katie’s article and many more from your favorite writers at www.whitestationscroll.net
    • Reminder, this is the last week to register for Baptist’s Black Men in White Coats Summit that will be virtually held Saturday, February 27, 2021 from 9am-10:30am for 11th and 12th grade Africa American / Minority males interested in a healthcare or supportive career field. Click the link for scholarship information. There will be monthly enrichment sessions offered through BHSU that will assist in needed skills and opportunity for mentoring. https://baptistmemorialhealthcare.createsend1.com/t/ViewEmail/j/D4D511FCFB0A77352540EF23F30FEDED
    • Students who wish to participate in WordSmith: it was just announced that there WILL be a WordSmith contest this year. The contest will occur on Zoom on February 28. Interested students should contact Mr. Wade immediately. Please email Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org
    • Upload photos that capture the magic of the fun you had in the snow to be featured in our yearbook. Whether it's a selfie in the snow or a portrait by the fire, please share: https://forms.gle/G3DAXmUNaHub556z7
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276
    • The rescheduled AP night for Tuesday, March 16th at 6:00 pm.

    Announcements for February 24

    • Have you received the latest edition of your student-produced, award-winning newspaper, The Scroll? Issue 2 was sent to known email addresses last week. If you would like to be added to our mailing list, contact us at whitestationscroll@gmail.com.
    • Congratulations to senior Katie Stanek, team leader of News & Features section of The Scroll. Katie’s article titled “Special education especially difficult amidst pandemic” recently received national recognition from School Newspapers Online. You can read Katie’s article and many more from your favorite writers at www.whitestationscroll.net
    • Reminder, this is the last week to register for Baptist’s Black Men in White Coats Summit that will be virtually held Saturday, February 27, 2021 from 9am-10:30am for 11th and 12th grade Africa American / Minority males interested in a healthcare or supportive career field. Click the link for scholarship information. There will be monthly enrichment sessions offered through BHSU that will assist in needed skills and opportunity for mentoring. https://baptistmemorialhealthcare.createsend1.com/t/ViewEmail/j/D4D511FCFB0A77352540EF23F30FEDED
    • Students who wish to participate in WordSmith: it was just announced that there WILL be a WordSmith contest this year. The contest will occur on Zoom on February 28. Interested students should contact Mr. Wade immediately. Please email Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org
    • Upload photos that capture the magic of the fun you had in the snow to be featured in our yearbook. Whether it's a selfie in the snow or a portrait by the fire, please share: https://forms.gle/G3DAXmUNaHub556z7
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276
    • The rescheduled AP night for Tuesday, March 16th at 6:00 pm.

    Announcements for February 23

    • Have you received the latest edition of your student-produced, award-winning newspaper, The Scroll? Issue 2 was sent to known email addresses last week. If you would like to be added to our mailing list, contact us at whitestationscroll@gmail.com.
    • Congratulations to senior Katie Stanek, team leader of News & Features section of The Scroll. Katie’s article titled “Special education especially difficult amidst pandemic” recently received national recognition from School Newspapers Online. You can read Katie’s article and many more from your favorite writers at www.whitestationscroll.net
    • Reminder, this is the last week to register for Baptist’s Black Men in White Coats Summit that will be virtually held Saturday, February 27, 2021 from 9am-10:30am for 11th and 12th grade Africa American / Minority males interested in a healthcare or supportive career field. Click the link for scholarship information. There will be monthly enrichment sessions offered through BHSU that will assist in needed skills and opportunity for mentoring. https://baptistmemorialhealthcare.createsend1.com/t/ViewEmail/j/D4D511FCFB0A77352540EF23F30FEDED
    • Students who wish to participate in WordSmith: it was just announced that there WILL be a WordSmith contest this year. The contest will occur on Zoom on February 28. Interested students should contact Mr. Wade immediately. Please email Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org
    • Upload photos that capture the magic of the fun you had in the snow to be featured in our yearbook. Whether it's a selfie in the snow or a portrait by the fire, please share: https://forms.gle/G3DAXmUNaHub556z7
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276
    • The rescheduled AP night for Tuesday, March 16th at 6:00 pm.

    Announcements for February 22

    • Any girls interested in playing softball this spring need to be at practice at 3:30 TODAY. @the softball field. Bring cleats and a glove.
    • Have you received the latest edition of your student-produced, award-winning newspaper, The Scroll? Issue 2 was sent to known email addresses last week. If you would like to be added to our mailing list, contact us at whitestationscroll@gmail.com.
    • Congratulations to senior Katie Stanek, team leader of News & Features section of The Scroll. Katie’s article titled “Special education especially difficult amidst pandemic” recently received national recognition from School Newspapers Online. You can read Katie’s article and many more from your favorite writers at www.whitestationscroll.net
    • Reminder, this is the last week to register for Baptist’s Black Men in White Coats Summit that will be virtually held Saturday, February 27, 2021 from 9am-10:30am for 11th and 12th grade Africa American / Minority males interested in a healthcare or supportive career field. Click the link for scholarship information. There will be monthly enrichment sessions offered through BHSU that will assist in needed skills and opportunity for mentoring. https://baptistmemorialhealthcare.createsend1.com/t/ViewEmail/j/D4D511FCFB0A77352540EF23F30FEDED
    • Students who wish to participate in WordSmith: it was just announced that there WILL be a WordSmith contest this year. The contest will occur on Zoom on February 28. Interested students should contact Mr. Wade immediately. Please email Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org
    • Upload photos that capture the magic of the fun you had in the snow to be featured in our yearbook. Whether it's a selfie in the snow or a portrait by the fire, please share: https://forms.gle/G3DAXmUNaHub556z7
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for February 19

    • Any girls interested in playing softball this spring need to be at practice at 3:30 on February 22nd. @the softball field. Bring cleats and a glove.
    • Reminder, this is the last week to register for Baptist’s Black Men in White Coats Summit that will be virtually held Saturday, February 27, 2021 from 9am-10:30am for 11th and 12th grade Africa American / Minority males interested in a healthcare or supportive career field. Click the link for scholarship information. There will be monthly enrichment sessions offered through BHSU that will assist in needed skills and opportunity for mentoring. https://baptistmemorialhealthcare.createsend1.com/t/ViewEmail/j/D4D511FCFB0A77352540EF23F30FEDED
    • Students who wish to participate in WordSmith: it was just announced that there WILL be a WordSmith contest this year. The contest will occur on Zoom on February 28. Interested students should contact Mr. Wade immediately. Please email Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org
    • Upload photos that capture the magic of the fun you had in the snow to be featured in our yearbook. Whether it's a selfie in the snow or a portrait by the fire, please share: https://forms.gle/G3DAXmUNaHub556z7
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for February 18

    • Any girls interested in playing softball this spring need to be at practice at 3:30 on February 22nd. @the softball field. Bring cleats and a glove.
    • Students who wish to participate in WordSmith: it was just announced that there WILL be a WordSmith contest this year. The contest will occur on Zoom on February 28. Interested students should contact Mr. Wade immediately. Please email Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org
    • Upload photos that capture the magic of the fun you had in the snow to be featured in our yearbook. Whether it's a selfie in the snow or a portrait by the fire, please share: https://forms.gle/G3DAXmUNaHub556z7
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for February 17

    • Any girls interested in playing softball this spring need to be at practice at 3:30 on February 22nd. @the softball field. Bring cleats and a glove.
    • Students who wish to participate in WordSmith: it was just announced that there WILL be a WordSmith contest this year. The contest will occur on Zoom on February 28. Interested students should contact Mr. Wade immediately. Please email Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

     

    Announcements for February 16

    • Students who wish to participate in WordSmith: it was just announced that there WILL be a WordSmith contest this year. The contest will occur on Zoom on February 28. Interested students should contact Mr. Wade immediately. Please email Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for February 12

    • Seniors interested in The University of Memphis’ scholarship opportunities in the field of education, particularly in the initiatives “I am a Man…I Teach” and “River City Teacher Scholars Program,” with focused mentoring and job placement, please contact Mrs. Holland.
    • Save this date if you are interested in advanced placement courses. Our AP teachers will be on hand to discuss their courses. We will host this AP course parent information night on Thursday, February 25 at 6 pm. A link will be sent closer to that time. We will have the teachers in breakout rooms after the general session to discuss their own courses and answer your questions. If you have ANY questions about our high school programs, reach out directly to Mrs. Holland or our Vice Principal/Optional School Coordinator Mr. Michael Ayers at ayersm@scsk12.org or 416-8886.
    • Students who wish to participate in WordSmith: it was just announced that there WILL be a WordSmith contest this year. The contest will occur on Zoom on February 28. Interested students should contact Mr. Wade immediately. Please email Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for February 11

    • Students with SEMESTER textbooks—African American history, economics, U.S. government, etymology, psychology, and sociology—should return them and pick up second semester books OUTSIDE the auditorium facing the freshmen parking lot. Algebra I books for the second semester will also be available. Please adhere to the following schedule:
      • Check-in AND Check-out
        • TODAY, February 9th (3:00-5:00pm)
        • TOMORROW, February 10th (3:00-5:00pm)
    • Seniors interested in The University of Memphis’ scholarship opportunities in the field of education, particularly in the initiatives “I am a Man…I Teach” and “River City Teacher Scholars Program,” with focused mentoring and job placement, please contact Mrs. Holland.
    • Save this date if you are interested in advanced placement courses. Our AP teachers will be on hand to discuss their courses. We will host this AP course parent information night on Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 6 pm. A link will be sent closer to that time. We will have the teachers in breakout rooms after the general session to discuss their own courses and answer your questions. If you have ANY questions about our high school programs, please don’t hesitate to reach out directly to me or our Vice Principal/Optional School Coordinator Mr. Michael Ayers at ayersm@scsk12.org or 416-8886.
    • Students who wish to participate in WordSmith: it was just announced that there WILL be a WordSmith contest this year. The contest will occur on Zoom on February 28. Interested students should contact Mr. Wade immediately. Please email Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for February 10

    • Students with SEMESTER textbooks—African American history, economics, U.S. government, etymology, psychology, and sociology—should return them and pick up second semester books OUTSIDE the auditorium facing the freshmen parking lot. Algebra I books for the second semester will also be available. Please adhere to the following schedule:
      • Check-in AND Check-out
        • TODAY, February 9th (3:00-5:00pm)
        • TOMORROW, February 10th (3:00-5:00pm)
    • Seniors interested in The University of Memphis’ scholarship opportunities in the field of education, particularly in the initiatives “I am a Man…I Teach” and “River City Teacher Scholars Program,” with focused mentoring and job placement, please contact Mrs. Holland.
    • Save this date if you are interested in advanced placement courses. Our AP teachers will be on hand to discuss their courses. We will host this AP course parent information night on Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 6 pm. A link will be sent closer to that time. We will have the teachers in breakout rooms after the general session to discuss their own courses and answer your questions. If you have ANY questions about our high school programs, please don’t hesitate to reach out directly to me or our Vice Principal/Optional School Coordinator Mr. Michael Ayers at ayersm@scsk12.org or 416-8886.
    • Students who wish to participate in WordSmith: it was just announced that there WILL be a WordSmith contest this year. The contest will occur on Zoom on February 28. Interested students should contact Mr. Wade immediately. Please email Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for February 9

    • Students with SEMESTER textbooks—African American history, economics, U.S. government, etymology, psychology, and sociology—should return them and pick up second semester books OUTSIDE the auditorium facing the freshmen parking lot. Algebra I books for the second semester will also be available. Please adhere to the following schedule:
      • Check-in AND Check-out
        • TODAY, February 9th (3:00-5:00pm)
        • TOMORROW, February 10th (3:00-5:00pm)
    • Seniors interested in The University of Memphis’ scholarship opportunities in the field of education, particularly in the initiatives “I am a Man…I Teach” and “River City Teacher Scholars Program,” with focused mentoring and job placement, please contact Mrs. Holland.
    • Save this date if you are interested in advanced placement courses. Our AP teachers will be on hand to discuss their courses. We will host this AP course parent information night on Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 6 pm. A link will be sent closer to that time. We will have the teachers in breakout rooms after the general session to discuss their own courses and answer your questions. If you have ANY questions about our high school programs, please don’t hesitate to reach out directly to me or our Vice Principal/Optional School Coordinator Mr. Michael Ayers at ayersm@scsk12.org or 416-8886.
    • Students who wish to participate in WordSmith: it was just announced that there WILL be a WordSmith contest this year. The contest will occur on Zoom on February 28. Interested students should contact Mr. Wade immediately. Please email Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for February 8

    • Students with SEMESTER textbooks—African American history, economics, U.S. government, etymology, psychology, and sociology—should return them and pick up second semester books OUTSIDE the auditorium facing the freshmen parking lot. Algebra I books for the second semester will also be available. Please adhere to the following schedule:
      • Check-in AND Check-out
        • TOMORROW, February 9th (3:00-5:00pm)
        • Wednesday, February 10th (3:00-5:00pm)
    • Seniors interested in The University of Memphis’ scholarship opportunities in the field of education, particularly in the initiatives “I am a Man…I Teach” and “River City Teacher Scholars Program,” with focused mentoring and job placement, please contact Mrs. Holland.
    • Save this date if you are interested in advanced placement courses. Our AP teachers will be on hand to discuss their courses. We will host this AP course parent information night on Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 6 pm. A link will be sent closer to that time. We will have the teachers in breakout rooms after the general session to discuss their own courses and answer your questions. If you have ANY questions about our high school programs, please don’t hesitate to reach out directly to me or our Vice Principal/Optional School Coordinator Mr. Michael Ayers at ayersm@scsk12.org or 416-8886.
    • Students who wish to participate in WordSmith: it was just announced that there WILL be a WordSmith contest this year. The contest will occur on Zoom on February 28. Interested students should contact Mr. Wade immediately. Please email Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for February 4

    • Students with SEMESTER textbooks—African American history, economics, U.S. government, etymology, psychology, and sociology—should return them and pick up second semester books OUTSIDE the auditorium facing the freshmen parking lot. Algebra I books for the second semester will also be available. Please adhere to the following schedule:
      • Check-in AND Check-out
        • TODAY, February 5th (1:00-3:00pm)
        • Tuesday, February 9th (3:00-5:00pm)
        • Wednesday, February 10th (3:00-5:00pm)
    • Those students taking Medical Terminology should pick up books TODAY, February 5th between noon and 2pm.
    • Seniors interested in The University of Memphis’ scholarship opportunities in the field of education, particularly in the initiatives “I am a Man…I Teach” and “River City Teacher Scholars Program,” with focused mentoring and job placement, please contact Mrs. Holland.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for February 3

    • Students with SEMESTER textbooks—African American history, economics, U.S. government, etymology, psychology, and sociology—should return them and pick up second semester books OUTSIDE the auditorium facing the freshmen parking lot. Algebra I books for the second semester will also be available. Please adhere to the following schedule:
      • Check-in
        • TODAY, February 3rd (3:00-5:00pm)
        • TOMORROW, February 4th (3:00-5:00pm)
      • Check-in AND Check-out
        • Friday, February 5th (1:00-3:00pm)
        • Tuesday, February 9th (3:00-5:00pm)
        • Wednesday, February 10th (3:00-5:00pm)
    • Those students taking Medical Terminology should pick up books Friday, February 5th between noon and 2pm.
    • Seniors interested in The University of Memphis’ scholarship opportunities in the field of education, particularly in the initiatives I am a Man…I Teach and River City Teacher Scholars Program, with focused mentoring and job placement, please contact Mrs. Holland.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for February 2

    • Students with SEMESTER textbooks—African American history, economics, U.S. government, etymology, psychology, and sociology—should return them and pick up second semester books OUTSIDE the auditorium facing the freshmen parking lot. Algebra I books for the second semester will also be available. Please adhere to the following schedule:
      • Check-in
        • TOMORROW, February 3rd (3:00-5:00pm)
        • Thursday, February 4th (3:00-5:00pm)
      • Check-in AND Check-out
        • Friday, February 5th (1:00-3:00pm)
        • Tuesday, February 9th (3:00-5:00pm)
        • Wednesday, February 10th (3:00-5:00pm)
    • Seniors interested in The University of Memphis’ scholarship opportunities in the field of education, particularly in the initiatives I am a Man…I Teach and River City Teacher Scholars Program, with focused mentoring and job placement, please contact Mrs. Holland.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for February 1

    • Students with SEMESTER textbooks—African American history, economics, U.S. government, etymology, psychology, and sociology—should return them and pick up second semester books OUTSIDE the auditorium facing the freshmen parking lot. Algebra I books for the second semester will also be available. Please adhere to the following schedule:
      • Check-in
        • Wednesday, February 3rd (3:00-5:00pm)
        • Thursday, February 4th (3:00-5:00pm)
      • Check-in AND Check-out
        • Friday, February 5th (1:00-3:00pm)
        • Tuesday, February 9th (3:00-5:00pm)
        • Wednesday, February 10th (3:00-5:00pm)
    • Seniors interested in The University of Memphis’ scholarship opportunities in the field of education, particularly in the initiatives I am a Man…I Teach and River City Teacher Scholars Program, with focused mentoring and job placement, please contact Mrs. Holland.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 29

    • Please remind 9th-11th grade students to ask their parents to complete their optional school renewals in Power School. There is no paperwork anymore; it’s just the form in PS. It’s in the upper left corner menu and is most easily accessible on a desktop computer or actual website vs. the app. Please ask students to have their parents complete this TODAY if at all possible.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 28

    • Current National Honor Society members are reminded of the first due date for documentation is TODAY. Please see the details in TEAMS.
    • Please remind 9th-11th grade students to ask their parents to complete their optional school renewals in Power School. There is no paperwork anymore; it’s just the form in PS. It’s in the upper left corner menu and is most easily accessible on a desktop computer or actual website vs. the app. Please ask students to have their parents complete this, this week if at all possible.
    • White Station is offering a new Dual Enrollment Course, Medical Terminology. If you are interested, contact Dr. Madu maduco@scsk12.org.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 27

    • Please remind 9th-11th grade students to ask their parents to complete their optional school renewals in Power School. There is no paperwork anymore; it’s just the form in PS. It’s in the upper left corner menu and is most easily accessible on a desktop computer or actual website vs. the app. Please ask students to have their parents complete this, this week if at all possible.
    • Current National Honor Society members are reminded of the first due date for documentation is TOMORROW. Please see the details in TEAMS.
    • White Station is offering a new Dual Enrollment Course, Medical Terminology. If you are interested, contact Dr. Madu maduco@scsk12.org.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 26

    • Please remind 9th-11th grade students to ask their parents to complete their optional school renewals in Power School. There is no paperwork anymore; it’s just the form in PS. It’s in the upper left corner menu and is most easily accessible on a desktop computer or actual website vs. the app. Please ask students to have their parents complete this, this week if at all possible.
    • Current National Honor Society members are reminded of the first due date for documentation is THURSDAY. Please see the details in TEAMS.
    • White Station is offering a new Dual Enrollment Course, Medical Terminology. If you are interested, contact Dr. Madu maduco@scsk12.org.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 25

    • Parents may submit their optional school renewal through the Parent Portal. The parent should log in to the parent portal, using their parent/guardian account, select their student if they have more than one, and then fill out the form.
    • Current National Honor Society members are reminded of the first due date for documentation is THURSDAY. Please see the details in TEAMS.
    • White Station is offering a new Dual Enrollment Course, Medical Terminology. If you are interested, contact Dr. Madu maduco@scsk12.org.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 22

    • Parents may submit their optional school renewal through the Parent Portal. The parent should log in to the parent portal, using their parent/guardian account, select their student if they have more than one, and then fill out the form.
    • Current National Honor Society members are reminded of the first due date for documentation is January 28. Please see the details in TEAMS.
    • White Station is offering a new Dual Enrollment Course, Medical Terminology. If you are interested, contact Dr. Madu maduco@scsk12.org.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 21

    • Parents may submit their optional school renewal through the Parent Portal. The parent should log in to the parent portal, using their parent/guardian account, select their student if they have more than one, and then fill out the form.
    • Current National Honor Society members are reminded of the first due date for documentation is January 28. Please see the details in TEAMS.
    • White Station is offering a new Dual Enrollment Course, Medical Terminology. If you are interested, contact Dr. Madu maduco@scsk12.org.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 20

    • Parents may submit their optional school renewal through the Parent Portal. The parent should log in to the parent portal, using their parent/guardian account, select their student if they have more than one, and then fill out the form.
    • Current National Honor Society members are reminded of the first due date for documentation is January 28. Please see the details in TEAMS.
    • White Station is offering a new Dual Enrollment Course, Medical Terminology. If you are interested, contact Dr. Madu maduco@scsk12.org.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 19

    • Parents may submit their optional school renewal through the Parent Portal. The parent should log in to the parent portal, using their parent/guardian account, select their student if they have more than one, and then fill out the form.
    • Current National Honor Society members are reminded of the first due date for documentation is January 28. Please see the details in TEAMS.
    • White Station is offering a new Dual Enrollment Course, Medical Terminology. If you are interested, contact Dr. Madu maduco@scsk12.org.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 15

    • Parents may submit their optional school renewal through the Parent Portal beginning January 15. The parent would log in to the parent portal, using their parent/guardian account, select their student if they have more than one, and then fill out the form.
    • Current National Honor Society members are reminded of the first due date for documentation is January 28. Please see the details in TEAMS.
    • White Station is offering a new Dual Enrollment Course, Medical Terminology. If you are interested, contact Dr. Madu maduco@scsk12.org.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 14

    • Current National Honor Society members are reminded of the first due date for documentation is January 28. Please see the details in TEAMS.
    • White Station is offering a new Dual Enrollment Course, Medical Terminology. If you are interested, contact Dr. Madu maduco@scsk12.org.
    • Seniors should submit their senior quote for the yearbook by February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 13

    • White Station is offering a new Dual Enrollment Course, Medical Terminology. If you are interested, contact Dr. Madu maduco@scsk12.org.
    • Teach seniors? Please share this form and encourage senior students to submit their senior quote for the yearbook. Deadline is February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 12

    • White Station is offering a new Dual Enrollment Course, Medical Terminology. If you are interested, contact Dr. Madu maduco@scsk12.org.
    • Teach seniors? Please share this form and encourage senior students to submit their senior quote for the yearbook. Deadline is February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 11

    • Teach seniors? Please share this form and encourage senior students to submit their senior quote for the yearbook. Deadline is February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 8

    • Teach seniors? Please share this form and encourage senior students to submit their senior quote for the yearbook. Deadline is February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    Announcements for January 7

    • Teach seniors? Please share this form and encourage senior students to submit their senior quote for the yearbook. Deadline is February 28: https://forms.gle/AmKBtGSVzFsa5c276

    No new announcements for January 4-6, 2021

    Announcements for December 18

    • WSHS DECA Chapter is conducting a Blood Drive in partnership with Vitalant. It's easy and safe. Make your appointment through the Vitalant website at https://vitalant.org/Home.aspx. Upon signing in at the donation center of your choice use the code: QWSHS. The goal is 50 gallons by 12.23.20. The blood mobile can't come to us, but we can go to them.
    • Other sign-ups are as follows:

    Announcements for December 17

    • WSHS DECA Chapter is conducting a Blood Drive in partnership with Vitalant. It's easy and safe. Make your appointment through the Vitalant website at https://vitalant.org/Home.aspx. Upon signing in at the donation center of your choice use the code: QWSHS. The goal is 50 gallons by 12.23.20. The blood mobile can't come to us, but we can go to them.
    • Other sign-ups are as follows:

    Announcements for December 16

    • WSHS DECA Chapter is conducting a Blood Drive in partnership with Vitalant. It's easy and safe. Make your appointment through the Vitalant website at https://vitalant.org/Home.aspx. Upon signing in at the donation center of your choice use the code: QWSHS. The goal is 50 gallons by 12.23.20. The blood mobile can't come to us, but we can go to them.
    • Other sign-ups are as follows:

    Announcements for December 15

    • The WSHS Film Club is meeting TODAY at 3:15. Contact Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org or see the PPT in the Announcements Files for more details.
    • The required Practice ACT for Juniors is ONLINE TODAY from 8:00-11:30am.
    • Congratulations to all students who earned perfect attendance, honor roll, or principal’s list! All lists are posted on our Facebook page and website!
    • WSHS DECA Chapter is conducting a Blood Drive in partnership with Vitalant. It's easy and safe. Make your appointment through the Vitalant website at https://vitalant.org/Home.aspx. Upon signing in at the donation center of your choice use the code: QWSHS. The goal is 50 gallons by 12.23.20. The blood mobile can't come to us, but we can go to them.
    • Other sign-ups are as follows:

    Announcements for December 14

    • The WSHS Film Club is meeting TOMORROW at 3:15. Contact Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org or see the PPT in the Announcements Files for more details.
    • The required Practice ACT for Juniors is ONLINE TOMORROW from 8:00-11:30am. The flyer to be shared is found in the Announcements Files.
    • Congratulations to all students who earned perfect attendance, honor roll, or principal’s list! All lists are posted on our Facebook page and website!
    • WSHS DECA Chapter is conducting a Blood Drive in partnership with Vitalant. It's easy and safe. Make your appointment through the Vitalant website at https://vitalant.org/Home.aspx. Upon signing in at the donation center of your choice use the code: QWSHS. The goal is 50 gallons by 12.23.20. The blood mobile can't come to us, but we can go to them.
    • Other sign-ups are as follows:

    Announcements for December 11

    • The WSHS Film Club is meeting TUESDAY at 3:15. Contact Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org or see the PPT in the Announcements Files for more details.
    • The required Practice ACT for Juniors is ONLINE Tuesday, December 15th from 8:00-11:30am. The flyer to be shared is found in the Announcements Files.
    • WSHS DECA Chapter is conducting a Blood Drive in partnership with Vitalant. It's easy and safe. Make your appointment through the Vitalant website at https://vitalant.org/Home.aspx. Upon signing in at the donation center of your choice use the code: QWSHS. The goal is 50 gallons by 12.23.20. The blood mobile can't come to us, but we can go to them.
    • Other sign-ups are as follows:

    Announcements for December 10

    • The WSHS Film Club is meeting TUESDAY at 3:15. Contact Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org or see the PPT in the Announcements Files for more details.
    • The required Practice ACT for Juniors is ONLINE Tuesday, December 15th from 8:00-11:30am. The flyer to be shared is found in the Announcements Files.
    • WSHS DECA Chapter is conducting a Blood Drive in partnership with Vitalant. It's easy and safe. Make your appointment through the Vitalant website at https://vitalant.org/Home.aspx. Upon signing in at the donation center of your choice use the code: QWSHS. The goal is 50 gallons by 12.23.20. The blood mobile can't come to us, but we can go to them.
    • Other sign-ups are as follows:

    Announcements for December 9

    • The WSHS Film Club is meeting TUESDAY at 3:15. Contact Mr. Wade at wadedr@scsk12.org or see the PPT in the Announcements Files for more details.
    • The required Practice ACT for Juniors is ONLINE Tuesday, December 15th from 8:00-11:30am. The flyer to be shared is found in the Announcements Files.
    • WSHS DECA Chapter is conducting a Blood Drive in partnership with Vitalant. It's easy and safe. Make your appointment through the Vitalant website at https://vitalant.org/Home.aspx. Upon signing in at the donation center of your choice use the code: QWSHS. The goal is 50 gallons by 12.23.20. The blood mobile can't come to us, but we can go to them.
    • Other sign-ups are as follows:

    Announcements for December 8

    • WSHS DECA Chapter is conducting a Blood Drive in partnership with Vitalant. It's easy and safe. Make your appointment through the Vitalant website at https://vitalant.org/Home.aspx. Upon signing in at the donation center of your choice use the code: QWSHS. The goal is 50 gallons by 12.23.20. The blood mobile can't come to us, but we can go to them.
    • Other sign-ups are as follows:

    Announcements for December 7

    • WSHS DECA Chapter is conducting a Blood Drive in partnership with Vitalant. It's easy and safe. Make your appointment through the Vitalant website at https://vitalant.org/Home.aspx. Upon signing in at the donation center of your choice use the code: QWSHS. The goal is 50 gallons by 12.23.20. The blood mobile can't come to us, but we can go to them.
    • Other sign-ups are as follows:

    Announcements for December 4

    • Student Perception Surveys are scheduled for TODAY during 3rd period .
    • WSHS DECA Chapter is conducting a Blood Drive in partnership with Vitalant. It's easy and safe. Make your appointment through the Vitalant website at https://vitalant.org/Home.aspx. Upon signing in at the donation center of your choice use the code: QWSHS. The goal is 50 gallons by 12.23.20. The blood mobile can't come to us, but we can go to them.
    • Other sign-ups are as follows:

    Announcements for December 3

    • Student Perception Surveys are scheduled for Friday the 4th during 3rd period .
    • WSHS DECA Chapter is conducting a Blood Drive in partnership with Vitalant. It's easy and safe. Make your appointment through the Vitalant website at https://vitalant.org/Home.aspx. Upon signing in at the donation center of your choice use the code: QWSHS. The goal is 50 gallons by 12.23.20. The blood mobile can't come to us, but we can go to them.
    • Other sign-ups are as follows: