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The Day In History

April 17th

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Ford Mustang debuts at World's Fair

The Ford Mustang, a two-seat, mid-engine sports car, is officially unveiled by Henry Ford II at the World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows, New York, on April 17, 1964. That same day, the new car also debuted in Ford showrooms across America and almost 22,000 Mustangs were immediately snapped up by buyers. Named for a World War II fighter plane, the Mustang was the first of a type of vehicle that came to be known as a “pony car.” Ford sold more than 400,000 Mustangs within its first year of production, far exceeding sales expectations.

 

 

Bell Schedule

 

DAY BEGINS AT 7:55am

PERIOD

TIME

 

 

1st

      8:00  -   8:55

2nd

      9:00  -   9:50

3rd

     10:00  - 10:50

4th

    10:55  - 11:45

Sr. High 5th

      11:50 - 12:40

Jr. High Lunch

    11:45  - 12:10

Jr. High 5th

    12:15  -   1:05

Sr. High Lunch

       12:40 - 1:05

6th

     1:10  -   2:00

7th

      2:05  -   2:55 

Alma Mater

Oh, Wewahitchka High School we’re loyal to you, to our school and our friends we’re faithful and true. You stand by the highway, a beacon of light, a symbol there to knowledge, to the truth and the right. You stand for the highest, you stand for the right. We’re true to your colors of red and of white. And where’ere we wander from these halls so dear, the clear call of our high school we will always hear.  

Menus for the Week of April 14th

Monday

Breakfast:  Cereal, Toast, Bananas, and Milk

Lunch: Spaghetti, Green Beans, Apples, Rolls, and Milk

Tuesday

Breakfast:  Scrambled Eggs, Toast, Orange Juice, and Milk

Lunch:   Fish, Grits, French Fries, Cole Slaw, Pineapple Chunks. Crackers, Fruit Juice, and Milk

 

Wednesday

Breakfast: Sausage Biscuits, Grits, Orange Juice, and Milk

Lunch: Turkey & Cheese Sandwich, Mixed Vegetables, Apple Crisp, and Milk

 

Thursday

Breakfast:   Cheese Toast, Sausage Patty, Fruit Juice, and Milk

Lunch:  Beef Vegetable Soup, Peaches, Chocolate Pudding, Cornbread, and Milk

 

Friday

Holiday No School

Daily:  Salad Bar and A La Carte

Gator Events for the Week of April 14th

DISTRICT SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT APRIL 14TH-17TH AT HOME

Monday:  Softball @ Home 6:00pm

                

                 Baseball @ RF Munroe

                 Varsity 5:00pm

 

Tuesday:  Softball @ Home

                  Vernon 4:00 pm

    

                  Baseball @ Bay High

                      Varsity 6:00 pm

 

Thursday:  District Championship Game

                   Gators vs Sneads 7:00 pm

                  

                    Weightlifting Meet

                    Middle School Championship

 

Saturday:  Regional Track Meet

                  Tallahassee

STEM Summer Challenge

June 2-5, 2014

Gulf Coast State College, Panama City, Florida

Districts: Gulf and Franklin current 9-11th graders

This four-day institute will focus on all things water as students learn about hydrology, examine the scarcity of suitable drinking water from a global perspective, and learn about ways in which water that is safe to drink may be produced. During the fast-paced week, students will take part in a variety of activities that include learning in the classroom, touring a water treatment plant, and participating in a series of design challenges using the most current technology. The challenges will require development of a solar desalinization device to extract fresh water from seawater and a personal water purification device, designed to remove waterborne pathogens. Throughout the institute, student will work as teams to learn about and use computer modeling tools and 3-D printers to produce prototypes of their products.

There are 20 slots for WHS students.  If you are interested see Ms. McMillion to sign up.

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Today: 4/21/14

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Baccalaureate

Wednesday, May 21st

6:00 pm

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Graduation

Friday, May 23rd

6:00 pm

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Gator Fight Song

On, On Wewa High

Let us fight for the win tonight.

Take that ball across that goal

Every Gator shines tonight.

We'll fight, fight, fight for the red and white

As we rise up above them all.

We will pass, kick, and run,

Till the battle is won

And we'll bring home the victory!

Fight!