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Cheese pizza, corn, spinach salad, banana, and milk

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December ACT
Registration Due Nov 7

Attention college bound students: The last day to register for the December 13 ACT is Friday Nov. 7th. Register online at ACT.org.



Veteran's Day Social

Veteran's day is coming up November 11th. On Veterans day during 7th hour there will be a veteran's day social to honor our veterans before the assembly. If you have a family member who is a veteran and you would like to attend the social with them please pick up a form from the councilor's office. This form needs to completed and turned into Coach Larson or Coach Moon by November 6th.



Volleyball Banquet

The Volleyball Banquet will be Tuesday, Nov 4th, in the Commons at 6:15pm. Please bring a dessert.


Poverty Simulation
Nov 5th-19th



Survival depends on luck, strategy, happenstance, and possibly who you know. Are you brave enough to deny death and defy poverty? Join us for two weeks in Haiti for the "Struggle of Survival: The Third World Journey" Poverty Simulation. This simulation will take place Nov. 5-19. Students need to sign up in their English classes by end of day Tuesday, Oct. 28. 


Practice ACT
Nov 15

The practice ACT will be on Saturday, November 15th at WHS. Please sign up in the counseling center, the cost is $5.00.



Need a Change of Schedule
for 2nd Semester?

Change of schedule request forms for next semester are in the Counseling Office. The form must be signed by parents and returned to the Counseling Office no later than Friday, December 12th. 



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Digital Citizenship
Tip #15

Anonymous is Dangerous #17

It’s easy to be anonymous on the Internet, buy anonymity makes the Internet a more dangerous place for everyone. How would you change your behavior if you knew that your real name would be associated with it? Would you still do it? Would you say it differently, perhaps more thoughtfully? Even false identities can be traced to real individuals these days, thanks to your IP address and other clues your online interactions leave behind.



Digital Citizenship
Tip #16
Before You Post, Think!

T: Is it true?
H: Is it hurtful?
I: Is it illegal?
N: Is it necessary?
K: Is it kind?

The things you share online are like digital tattoos, they are forever online. Think about the future, and how admissions officers, employers and even future sweet hearts might view your online reputation. Online actions such as swearing, racism, insulting others and posting compromising  photos have cost people real-life job opportunities.




Digital Citizenship
Tip #18

Be Wise about Wifi

Before you send personal information over your laptop or smartphone on a public wireless network in a coffee shop, library, airport, hotel, or other public place, see if your information will be protected. If you use an encrypted website, it protects only the information you send to and from that site. If you use a secure wireless network, all the information you send on that network is protected.

Digital Citizenship
Tip #17

Don't Overshare

If you post too much information about yourself, an identity thief can find information about your life, use it to answer ‘challenge’ questions on your accounts, and get access to your money and personal information. Consider limiting access to your networking page to a small group of people. Never post your full name, Social Security number, address, phone number, or account numbers in publicly accessible sites.


Digital Citizenship
Tip #19

Show Your Netiquette


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Student Accounts

How to log in to various school provided accounts. 

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Celebrations


FFA Celebrations

As the State Winner in Extemporaneous Speaking last Spring, Mercer Martin is representing the Willard FFA and MO State FFA Association in this Leadership Development Event at National this week in Louisville, KY. After two rounds of competition today, Mercer was announced as one of the Final 4.  His final speech will be Thursday morning. Great job, Mercer!



Volleyball Honors

Congratulations to Mariah Stewart and Kenzie Bouse for being named second team all region, and to Kate Bushnell for being named all-region honorable mention. Also, congratulations to Mariah Stewart , Kenzie Bouse, and Kate Bushnell for all being selected to the All District 1st team.



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Yearbook



  Order your
2014-2015 Yearbook today!


Please visit Jostens' Yearbooks and type in Willard High School to place your order. Cost:
  • $55 before Feb 15th 
  • $60 after Feb 15th 
 Last Day to preorder is Feb 27th.