Newsletter Week of February 17, 2020

WISCONSIN AMERICAN LEGION LAW ENFORCEMENT CAREER ACADEMY

Are you a current high school junior or senior and interested in a career in law enforcement or a related field? The Wisconsin American Legion offers a few Law Enforcement Academy that will be held June 22 – 26, 2020 at the Wisconsin State Patrol Training Academy at Ft. McCoy. The academy is free to all cadets! You just need to complete the application below by printing it and completing to include all of the signatures required and send it in to The Wisconsin American Legion Headquarters before the deadline.

52 cadets will be chosen to attend the academy. The curriculum includes classes such as Crime Scene Investigation, Crimes Against Children, OWI Enforcement, Computer Crimes, Firearms training and much more! The classroom is coupled with Physical training.

Click on this link to view the application and more information about the academy.

MEDIA NEWS

Teens are Using Emojis to Talk about Sex -- What Can YOU do about it?

LMC EVENTS
Check out the Baby Yoda Photo Booth in the  LMC! Stop in, snap a pic and enter a contest to win a FREE Life-Size Baby Yoda Cardboard Stand up!

Semester 2 W-Hour Sessions in the LMC
Second semester the LMC is offering these W-Hour Sessions for Students:
Tuesday - Teen Advisory Board 
Tuesday - Friday - LMC Study Time - ALL students are welcome to use the LMC to research, collaborate, communicate and create.

Youth Option - IT position available
Job Description:

The Oshkosh Area School District is seeking two qualified applicants for the IT Youth Apprenticeship.  This position begins summer of 2020 working with the OASD Technology Department to prepare technology equipment at various schools throughout the district.  The position continues during the 2020-21 school year during an open hour staffing the Innovation at North High School (1 position) and West High School (1 position).  

Hours:  
Summer Hours - 40 hours/week
Mon-Thursday:  6am - 3pm; Friday:  6am - 10pm
School Year - 1 class period/day ; 5 hours/week

Minimum Qualifications:
1. Junior/Senior during 2020-21 school year
2. Eligible for an open hour
3. Enrolled in technology related coursework during 2020-21 school year
4. Hold valid drivers license   

Application Process:
West High School - contact Mrs. Morrill @ leeann.morrill@oshkosh.k12.wi.us

BATTLE ON BAGO

Below is the Sign Up for Battle on Bago which is our biggest fundraiser of the year. We are asking everyone to try to sign up for a slot as "many hands make light work." Friends and family are more than welcome to help out as are students! 

This event takes place February 21-22 at Menominee Park (ON THE PARKING LOT, not on the ice:)) The Tent we work in is HEATED!! It is not as cozy as your home, but it is pretty comfy working.

We are not only asked to work the event itself, but we are asked to help out in setting up (Thursday 2/20) and tearing down (late Saturday 2/22 as well as Sunday 2/23 morning). There are plenty of opportunities to help out!

The kitchen is staffed 100% by our booster club on Friday night. We were a little short last year, but we made it work. I'm hoping we have a few more people signing up this year, so we can give some breaks. We share kitchen duties on Saturday with another organization, so you will see less slots for the kitchen on Saturday.

If anyone has any questions of what the work entails, just ask and I will be glad to explain. If there is a time that works better for you and you want to help out,  let me know and I will find a job for you:)  If you will be late for a shift or you need to leave early, please note in the sign up. 

It is a lot of fun, so don't hesitate to sign up!!

Battle On Bago 2020

SPRING SPORT INFORMATION

Spring sport eligibility meetings have been scheduled.  If you are going out for one of the sports below the student and a parent should make every effort to attend the eligibility meeting. Please bring along any completed physical forms for your child. Parents and students will get all of the necessary paperwork from the school at the meeting:  the co-curricular handbook, concussion information, and agreement of parent and athlete form. The goal is to get everyone cleared to start practice the first day of the season.

Monday, February 24th  boys and girls track meeting - 6pm in the F-room
Monday, March 2nd  boys tennis meeting - 5:45pm in the O-room
Tuesday, March 3rd boys golf - 5:45pm in the O-room
Tuesday, March 3rd girls soccer - 7:15pm in the O-room
Monday, March 9th  softball meeting - 5:45pm in the O-room
Tuesday, March 16th baseball meeting - 5:45pm in the O-room