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HELLO, HARRISON HIGH SCHOOL, AND WELCOME TO "WHAT'S UP, WILDCATS". I'M KAILEY EGAN.


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AND I'M SHELBY YOUNG. TODAY IS MONDAY, APRIL 26. HERE'S WHAT'S GOING ON:


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It's "Spring Fling" week at Harrison High School! The theme for the week is "Disney, The Most Magical Place on Earth". Teachers are asked to decorate their classroom doors with the Disney theme. Come up with a design, share it with your teacher, and decorate the door. These must be decorated by Thursday at 3 PM. A prize will be given to the class with the best door! On Friday, April 30, we will have Play Day with many activities for you. Each student must fill out the survey that was posted on your "Class Of" Teams page last Friday. Failure to fill this out may result in you being unable to participate. Tomorrow's spirit day is Sleeping Beauty, so dress in your comfortable, school appropriate pajamas.


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Hey, if you are in Ms. Shuja's English 10, English 10 CP, or English 10 Advanced, don't hesitate to come after school for extra help on missing assignments, or extra help in writing. She is here every day until 3:30 or 4:00. Stop by if you need to get your grade up, or need extra help in anything English related.


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Reminder to all Seniors: Please complete the Senior Survey posted on the Class of 2021 Teams page. You must complete this to be eligible for the Academic Signing Ceremony. The Guidance Office will send your final transcript to the school entered into your Senior Survey.


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Anyone interested in joining the Color Guard for next school year should attend an info session and workshop TOMORROW from 4-7 PM. Auditions will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 11 and 12, from 4:30-7:30 in the high school band room. Contact Mrs. Eilers at bailey.eilers@southwestschools.org with any questions.


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There will be a Travel Club meeting in Ms. Hotopp’s room, Room 122, on Thursday after school.


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Attention Seniors: TP Mechanical is offering an Apprenticeship Program to any interested students who will be graduating at the end of this school year. TP Mechanical offers this apprenticeship for future plumbers, pipe fitters, sheet metal workers, and fire protection workers.
If interested, pick up a flier in the Guidance Office.


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The Girls and Boys Track and Field team traveled to Indiana last Thursday to compete in the South Dearborn Invite. The girls demolished the competition as they won by nearly 60 points over the 2nd place team. Coming in first place were Natalie Kiefer in the 1600 meter and 800 meter run, Ava Tombragel in the 400 meter dash, Olivia Butler in the pole vault, and Saunti Tolliver in the discus. Finishing in 2nd place were Timi Oyekunle in the long jump, Saunti Tolliver in the shot put, Carmen Kugler in the 400 meter dash, and the 4x400 meter relay of Kugler, Oyekunle, Sarah Helms, and Aalysah Rust. Picking up 3rd place finishes were McKenzie Bien in the discus, Lylla Kovacs in the 100 meter hurdles, and the 4x800 meter relay of Dannon Lotz, Tenley Issler, Lilli Riggs, and Jessica Guilfoyle. Also scoring were Lexi Doolan, Julia Mays, Jocelyn Lacey, and Lana Price.


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The boys team finished runners-up at the meet. Jaxx Browning in the 400 meter dash, Jayden Thompson in the 800 meter run, and Addisen Kohls in the 3200 meter run all placed second. 3rd place finishes went to Gavin Moore in the high jump, Kyle Hater in the pole vault, Addisen Kohls in the 1600 meter run, Dom Butler in the 200 meter dash, the 4x800 meter relay of Thompson, Kohls, Asher Gibson, and Jack Schrage, and the 4x400 meter relay of Browning, Thompson, Schrage, and Jacob Wagner. Also placing for the boys were Josh Basich, Colin Kleine, Eli McKain, Jacob Newton, and Cooper Ives.


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The JV Wildcat Softball team notched another SWOC conference victory Friday evening as they soundly defeated rival Ross, 9-5, on the Rams' home turf. Alana Lemmel earned the pitching victory, going all 7 innings and giving up 3 earned runs with 4 strikeouts.

The offensive fire power was once again led by catcher Molly Hudler, AJ Lemmel, and Hailey Liggett, with 2 hits each. AJ’s double knocked in two runs. Molly collected 3 RBI’s, one on a double in the 4th inning, and 2 on another booming home run to left field in the 6th inning. Molly was a highlight reel for the week as she crushed four homers in five games. The Wildcats won 4 of 5 contests last week.


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ON THE MENU AT LUNCH TOMORROW IN THE "W" CAFE IS A GRILLED CHEESE SANDWICH, WITH TOMATO SOUP, TATER TOTS, CHILLED STRAWBERRIES, FRESH APPLES, AND MILK.


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THAT'S THE NEWS FOR TODAY. I'M KAILEY EGAN.


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AND I'M SHELBY YOUNG. AND DID YOU KNOW, all polar bears are left-handed, or rather, left-pawed.