Southern Boone County High SchoolSaturday, January 25, 2020
2020 Courtwarming CourtFreshmen Attendants:Maya Zagorac, Emilee DeHaas, Carter Salter, & Aidan BukowskySophomore Attendants:Paige Gamble, Hayley Ancell, Carter Karotka, & Jack McKluskeyJunior Attendants:Kat Wiesner, Kennedy James, Josh Pridemore, & Chris AndersonSenior Candidates:Queen Candidates: Lanie Ralston, Rylee Smith, Gabbie Bruce, & Grace LeCureKing Candidates: Tyson Smith, Tanner Goodrich, Dustin Begemann, & Cole HammettAll of the attendants need to stop by Monk's room to pick up an info sheet before the end of the dayCongratulations, boys and girls varsity basketball teams for defeating Versailles yesterday! Girls varsity won 82 - 26 and the boys team won 80 - 58; both teams are 12 - 2 this season!Congratulations, Rece Gilmore, for reaching the 1,000 point milestone!Tonight's quiz bowl match has been cancelled. Practice is today after school in Mrs. Rogers classroom.Boys State information for Junior Boys - information available in the Guidance Office, bulletin boards and High School Website.
Girls State applications are available in the Guidance Office for Junior Girls.If you are interested in buying a t-shirt for FBLA, the cost is $10 and please bring your money to Mrs. Center or Ms. Gatson by this Friday.Mental health coalition and DAP surveys (FR and JR) take place today during 8th hour
The Missouri Youth Institute is a life-changing experience at the University of Missouri where high school students engage with local leaders and experts on critical global food security challenges, participate in hands-on science activities, and explore exciting ways to make a difference in Missouri and around the world. This year's event takes place Monday, March 2nd. Your registration proposal is due by Monday, February 3rd. Please see you guidance counselor with any questions.Mental Health AwarnessCreative Contest:Submissions are due January 31, 2020.or see Ms. Dunne for more information.The local American Legion sponsors are looking for contestants for the 2019-20 Oratorical Scholarship which is a Constitutional Speech Contest. Contest entry is open to all high school students.The contest is to develop knowledge and appreciation of the United States Constitution, the ability to think and speak clearly and critically, and the acceptance of the duties, responsibilities, rights and privileges of American citizenship.
Information is posted on the bulletin board in the English Hallway and in the Commons and a link to the website is on the High School Guidance Scholarship webpage.