ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR MONDAY, MAY 1
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, a teenage boy with a blood alcohol concentration of just 0.05 is 18 times more likely to suffer a single vehicle crash than his non-drinking counterparts. And a teenage girl is 54 times more likely to crash!
The Perry County Bench competition is coming back to West Perry on Saturday, May 6th. See Mr. Boden if you are interested in participating.
Spanish Travel Club is now selling Fun Pasta! Please see Mrs. Ewing in Room 202 or a Spanish Travel Club member to purchase Fun Pasta! Orders and payment are due on Monday, May 8th.
The West Perry Art Club is hosting an art festival May 20th from 1-5 P.M. Any club that would like to have a booth or otherwise participate in the event should see and Art Club officer for more information.
In Prom News:
There is a mandatory meeting for all West Perry students attending the prom today during 3rd lunch in the auditorium.
In Mayfest News:
Mayfest will be held on Friday, May 5th from 1:30 to 3:00 . This year’s activities include: Ultimate Frisbee, Dramatic Improv, the Faculty vs Senior softball game, a variety of contests and food sales, and many more. See you there and may the fest be with you!
Seniors interested in the Senior vs Faculty softball game should see either Mr. Weaver or Mrs. Richelderfer before May 3rd.
Did you love kickball as a kid? Sign up to play Kickball at Mayfest. Sign-ups are available in the cafeteria now through Wednesday May 3rd.
The Class of 2019 is holding a booth at Mayfest. The booth is where students have the opportunity to “pie” a teacher in the face for $2. The teachers who have volunteered are Mrs. Barrick, Mr. Boden, Mr. Bandura, Mr. Smith, Mr. Grippin, Mr. Shipp, Mrs. Ewing, and finally Mr. Rahn. Keep calm and get your pie on!
In Class News:
There will be a Class of 2019 meeting in the auditorium on Thursday, May 4th during C lunch.
In Counseling Center News:
Shippensburg University will be visiting West Perry High School on Wed, May 3 at 1:30 to discuss dual enrollment opportunities for next year’s seniors. Students and parents are welcome to attend. Please sign up in the CC if you plan to attend.
Lebanon Valley College invites you to live as a college student for a week while learning about key business topics during our "Getting to Know Business" Summer Camp. Learn about what makes a business successful, motivation and teamwork, decision making and project management, and what makes a good leader GREAT. Pick up a flyer in the Counseling Center if you are interested. The cost is $850 for the week.