High School Bulletin

Early out on April 18th

EASTER BREAK: April 19th through April 22nd..

Prom guest permission forms are in the HS office. They need to be returned by visiting students school no later then April 24th.

Marissa Gertz competed in the American Legion Nation Speaking Contest on April 5th-7th. She was the winner of the first round and was awarded the spot of one of the top 9 speakers in the nation.She went on to compete in the semi finals but unfortunately didn't make it out of the round. She was awarded two scholarships and the is still eligible to compete again next year.

Do you like to dance? Would you enjoy twirling a flag while you danced? If you think you might, consider auditioning for the 2019-2020 Smithton Marching Tiger Color Guard. Auditions are Friday, May 3 at 7:00 a.m. Required rehearsal are Monday, April 29-Thursday, May 2 at 7:00 a.m. See Mrs. Greene for an audition packet.

The ag sales teams of Austin Bahner, Kaylea Weber and Brendan Campbell qualified for state competition! In their competition they must complete a general knowledge test, a sales presentation and customer service practicum.

If anyone has free time 2nd, 3rd and 5th hour from now until they compete at state April 26th at 8am and would like to listen to their sales pitch we'd love to get some feedback!

Another BIG SHOUT OUT to the freshman Agronomy team of Alex Walsh, Derick Shull and Paige Bradley. They were alternates to state contest. Agronomy is one of the hardest plant contest. They have to do a general knowledge test, a pesticide formulation and field calculations (thank you math teachers for teaching area & volume!! We use it!!), 50 plant and 50 seed identification (they have to memorize 99 plants and 99 seeds), hay judging, seed plate grading and judging, plant disorders (they have to identify the type of cause, the specific cause and identify the affected parts of the plant). So they did AMAZING!