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Western CUSD 12 Announcements
High school yearbooks are on sale through April 29 for $45. After that date, the price increases to $50. Junior high school yearbooks are also on sale through April 29. Personalization and other items are extra.Orders can be placed online at jostens.com (follow the prompts on the webpage) or by contacting Mrs. Tappe at the high school.
Elementary yearbook are on sale through March 23. If you do not have the order form that was sent home with your child and would like to order, you can pick one up in the elementary office or order online at www.inter-state.com/yearbook. Access code is 04405G and the cost is $20.
Boy's High School Baseball, High School Softball and High School Track will be beginning soon.
National Honor Society will soon be inducting new members.
Western students participated in and hosted the annual Pike County Conference Quiz Bowl Tournament last Wednesday, February 17. Western placed second overall, with their only loss against Pleasant Hill.
The deadline to place an ad in the school yearbook for senior students is Monday, February 29. The ad can include a message (maximum of 25 words) and a picture. Cost is $20 per ad. Individuals paying by check,should make it payable to Western High School. Contact Mrs. Tappe with any questions.
School Picture retake day scheduled for Nov. 18.
Purchase a junior high yearbook for $18 by Nov. 14 to take advantage of a special offer. Any purchaser who adds personalization to his/her yearbook at a cost of $5 will receive 4 free icons valued at $12. The free icon offer ends Nov. 14. Go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.
High school yearbooks are on sale through Oct. 31 for $40. Add personalization to the book for $5 and receive four free icons. Order at jostens.com or by contacting Mrs. Tappe. The price will increase Nov. 1 and free icons will not be offered.
Western is considering using a delayed start to school during the worst weather conditions. This delayed start to any school day would result in starting school 2 hours later in the morning. School would be dismissed at the regular time. http://goo.gl/forms/9Wct39ruhd