The yearbook is on sale now until December 17, 2012 for $50.00!! Buy now and save! The price will raise to $55 until sales are closed.
The 2012 Volleyball season came to an end last night (Oct. 16) for the Lady Norse. They received a twelve seed in their bracket and faced Elk Mound, the five seed, in the first regional game.
The 2012 WIAA Football Playoff pairings are released, and the Norse, a two seed in their Division six pool, are set to play Boyceville, the seven seed.
Don’t miss the Whitehall FFA Annual Fruit & Nut sales going on now through November. Contact any FFA member or Mrs. Goplin [email protected] for a 2012 order form. The old standby mixed boxes, quality oranges & grapefruit, along with the many variety nuts will be delivered the first week in December just in time for the holidays. New products this year include carmel corn/nut tin and “cuties” (clementines). Great quality and reasonable prices!
The WHS Technology Education department, led by Mr. Drew Anderson and Mr. Nelson, has recently acquired a new table saw, accurately named the SawStop. The technologically revolutionary saw contains computer chips that control voltage in the blade making it able to differentiate between cutting a board and flesh.
The Whitehall School District’s preliminary plans for the new elementary addition are continuing to move toward what looks like a February referendum. Architectural Design Group of Eau Claire has been selected to design the proposed addition.
Senior Parents and Seniors,
A reminder that Senior portraits are due October 12to Mrs. Oppelt. These can be submitted via email, CD, USB, etc..
Also, personal ads and baby pictures are due October 12 with $10 fee.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Mrs. Oppelt at [email protected] before October 12.
You may still purchase a yearbook for $50.00!! Act now before the price goes up!!
The always eventful annual Homecoming week this year came and went quickly. 2012’s theme was “Whitehall Time Machine: Past, Present, and Future.” Many unique and fun activities came with Homecoming week, including powderpuff football and macho man volleyball; the decorating day for the hallways, buttons, banners, floats, etc.; two home volleyball matches; the highly anticipated homecoming football game; and, of course, the daily dress-up days.
The Lady Norse Volleyball team picked up their first conference victory on Thursday, September 20th, in Independence. For the second time that week, the match came down to the fifth game, ending with a score of 15-9. The Lady Norse battled Blair-Taylor on Tuesday at home, and B-T came out on top. Coach Carol Hanson says, “the difference was we took charge in (the fifth game) Independence, and froze (in the fifth) against Blair-Taylor.”
The 2012 Norse Football team is off to an exciting start. The season opened with a loss to tough non-conference opponent Arcadia, but has been all uphill from there. The Norse have defeated three conference teams including Lincoln, CFC, and Melrose-Mindoro, leaving them 3-0 in conference.