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Wentzville School District
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Timberland Thespians are collecting canned goods for Trick or Treat so Kids Can Eat (TOTS-Eat). TOTS-Eat is the International Thespian Society’s annual nationwide community service initiative. Since the first campaign in 2003, thespian troupes have collected and distributed nearly four million pounds of food for their neighbors in need. Flyers for TOTS-Eat will be passed out at Stone Meadows today and canned goods will be picked up from doorsteps on Wednesday, October 25th. Everyone that donates will receive a coupon for $1 off Monty Python’s Spamalot tickets. All cans collected will be donated to a local food bank. #WSDcommunity

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Wentzville School District
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Just a friendly reminder that tomorrow, Monday, October 23rd is the DEADLINE to register and pay for supervision for our Late Start scheduled for Monday, October 30th. The supervision for students in grades K-6 is $10 per child for each late start day. This service is separate from Chautauqua and only for students NOT already enrolled in the Chautauqua Before School Program. In order to arrange for adequate staffing, you must register and pay by tomorrow, Monday, October 23rd... for the October 30th date. (Please note: if you chose the October 30th date on the form with a previous registration, it is NOT NECESSARY to register again). If you have already registered, but have not yet paid, payments can be made by cash or check to your child’s school or via PayPal. Additional information about late start supervision for students in grades K-6, as well as the link to pay via PayPal can be found on the District website:https://www.wentzville.k12.mo.us/site/default.aspx…

Registration Form: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSf8oSpFrXYRQ5NC4…/viewform…

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October 21 at 7:00am

SATURDAY SPORTS S/O…Students from across the District ran in the 22nd Annual Turkey Trot at Holt High School on Wednesday. The event is organized by the Holt Cross Country team and the Wentzville/Lake Saint Louis Optimist Club and is open to boys and girls in grades 4 through 6 who are invited to compete in the one-mile race. Winners in each division were awarded a medal and a frozen turkey. Visit the WSD website for complete results: https://www.wentzville.k12.mo.us/Page/725...1 Congratulations to all our young runners! #WSDproud #SATsportsSO
The champions in each division were:
4th grade Boys: Carson Struttmann from Discovery Ridge with a time of 6:40
4th grade Girls: Sammy Hunt from Heritage Intermediate with a time of 7:30
5th grade Boys: Cale Eldredge from Duello with a time of 5:55
5th grade Girls: Brooke Clark from Boone Trail with a time of 6:58
6th grade Boys: Trevor Espenschied from Green Tree with a time of 6:15
6th grade Girls: Winifred Branscum from Stone Creek with a time of 6:41

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October 20 at 5:00pm

Eighth grade students at Wentzville Middle School participated in a full day Drug Awareness Project on Tuesday which included presentations by the St. Charles County Ambulance District (SCCAD), the Drug Task Force and Preferred Family Healthcare. They heard from a mother who lost her son to a heroin overdose and other presenters shared their personal stories of drug addiction and recovery. Students ended the day with a presentation by The Awaken Project, a non-profit organiza...tion promoting Drug Education & Prevention through a dynamic music and storytelling experience. According to SCCAD, last year they responded to 426 opiate overdose calls and there were 54 opiate related overdose deaths in the county. This year, they are running about 20% higher in terms of overdose calls and expect to finish the year over 500. “Our hope with this whole day event is to make students aware of making healthy choices and the devastating effects of drug addiction,” said Principal Dr. Kelly Mantz. #WSDlearns #NotEvenOnce

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October 19 at 5:00pm

HERITAGE STUDENT ASSISTS BUS DRIVER FOLLOWING ACCIDENT…This week is National School Bus Safety Week which always serves as a great time to review tips as it relates to keeping kids safe on our school buses. It is also a great time to share an example of our amazing student leaders. Eleanor “Ellie” Manning is a 6th grader at Heritage Intermediate and last week her bus was involved in an accident on her way home from school. According to her driver, Sven Hunt, Ellie immediately... jumped into action ensuring the young kindergarten students sitting near her were okay. “Ellie stood up and checked students for injuries and worked to calm other students down who were stressed and upset about the accident,” shared Hunt. “She continued to assist me as I gathered the necessary information to pass on to administrators and law enforcement, all while the bus was loud and the majority of students were upset.” Ellie said after she made sure the students around her were not injured, she simply talked with them and assured them everything was ok. “I was just trying to keep them from freaking out. They were so sweet - I just love little kids. I let them use my cell phone to take selfies to try and get them to settle down and I assured them that Sven had everything under control.” Hunt is a veteran of the armed forces with six combat tours but conceded that when students are in your care and something goes wrong, it is a completely different scenario. “Ellie even helped to keep me calm,” said Hunt. “I really want to thank her from the bottom of my heart. I’m just so impressed with how she handled herself and so proud of her too.” Thank you Ellie for the kindness and compassion you demonstrated in a stressful situation. You are a true student leader…well done! #WSDproud

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October 19 at 10:00am

GREAT CENTRAL U.S. SHAKEOUT → Students in the WSD joined over 2.7 million other people across 14 states and took part in the “Great Central U.S. ShakeOut” earthquake drill at 10:19 this morning. The Great Central U.S. ShakeOut is a multi‐state partnership formed to increase earthquake awareness and preparedness at all levels in the central U.S. Participants simultaneously practice the recommended drop, cover and hold-on response during an earthquake. The ShakeOut creates the sense of urgency that is needed for people, organizations, and communities to get prepared, to practice what to do to be safe, and to learn what plans need to be improved. Student safety is always a top priority in the WSD, and this drill is a “teachable moment” for our students! #WSDlearns

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October 18 at 5:00pm

Holt High School Theater will present Larry Shue’s “The Nerd” beginning tomorrow night. The comedy will be performed by an all-school cast and crew each evening beginning at 7:00 p.m. on October 19, 20 & 21.

Aspiring architect and ex-GI Willum Cubbert (Preston Beene) feels he owes his life to Rick Steadman (Dylan Soberg), a fellow ex-GI whom he has never met, but who saved his life after Willum was wounded in Vietnam. Willum has written to Rick, promising him that, as long as... he is alive, “you will have somebody on Earth who will do anything for you.” When Rick shows up unexpectedly at his apartment on the night of his thirty-fourth birthday party, Willum is delighted. That delight fades quickly as it becomes apparent that Rick is a hopeless “nerd” who overstays his welcome with a vengeance. This two-act comedy will keep audiences laughing through the surprising twist at the end of the play.

Also featured in the production are Isabell Nutt, James Coogan, Dominic Barbosa, Makenzie Goldsmith, and Helen Le. The play is under the stage management of Lillian Bancroft, and Madeline Woodson is the backstage manager. The performances will be held at the C.H. Jones Auditorium, and admission is $5.00.

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