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Good‌ ‌Morning‌ ‌West‌ ‌Perry,‌ ‌please‌ ‌rise‌ ‌for‌ ‌a‌ ‌moment‌ ‌of‌ ‌silence‌ ‌followed‌ ‌by‌ ‌the‌ ‌playing‌ ‌of‌ ‌the‌ National‌ ‌Anthem.‌ ‌ ‌

 

Good‌ ‌Morning‌ ‌W‌est‌ ‌Perry.‌ Today is Tuesday, May 18th. 

 

Today's trivia question is: What was the first toy to be advertised on TV? 

 

In Regular News:

Let’s face it, this year was tough! Many of you find yourselves down a few credits after all of the challenges of this school year. WPHS is offering an opportunity to recover those credits and get back on track toward graduation. Work at your own pace Online Credit Recovery courses, aka Summer School will be offered for free! Contact the Counseling Center for more information. The deadline to sign up is May 21st.

 

Be a part of the 2021 "Mustang" Marching Band! Join us for an informational Zoom meeting on Tuesday, June 1st, 2021 at 7 PM. Information and Zoom link can be found on Mr. Wieseman's webpage. Come be a part of a tradition of excellence!"

 

Attention musicians! Two teenage students with disabilities living in the Shermans Dale area are looking for a high school student or students to teach one piano lessons and the other guitar lessons for an hour a week. Please contact Nicole at (717) 554-8602 if you are interested. Students would be compensated for their work

 

Everyone has a story; come read ours. Issue 4 of From the Margins is officially on sale! Featuring over 60 full-color pages of student award-winning writing and art and links to further resources, the fourth edition of our Superior-rated magazine is $10/issue. For more information or to get your copy, see Brooke Mitchell or Mrs. Reeder in room 139 today!

 

Any students who have signed up to take Advanced Biology next year should be checking their email for information about summer work. Students will need to check out a book from the library before the end of the school year as part of their summer assignment. If any student has any questions about the assignments they are to ask Ms. Harne in room 238.

 

Congratulations to our literary Youth Art Day winners! Ella Goodling for her second place in poetry; Elizabeth Lentz for her second place in essay; and Brooke Mitchell and Shannon Zeigler for their first place awards in essay

 

In Counseling Center News:

Attention seniors interested in becoming a real estate agent: American Dreams Reality in Duncannon is offering a scholarship for free real estate courses required to become an agent. Interested students should get more information from Mrs. Barber in the CC. The deadline to apply is May 31st.

 

In Sports News:

Come on out and support the Mustangs as they battle Newport in the Perry County Baseball championship game! 

 

Good Luck Mustangs!!

 

Trivia Tuesday Answer: The first toy to be advertised was Mr. Potato Head.

 

Have a Terrific Tuesday!