cleaning up! - Thurston High School

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cleaning up! - Thurston High School
Thurston High School, 333 N. 58th St., Springfield, OR 97478 • (541) 744-5000 • Fax: (541) 744-5029
CLEANING UP!
THS Athletics and Activities score big at district, regional, & state
festivals & competitions!
B
OY’S BASKETBALL are the undisputed district
champions - first time in 20 years - and will travel
to the State Basketball tournament. The squad
consists of Luke Loder, Steve Farley, Kenny Olsen, Jamal
Sarlkez, Eric Orton, Ryan Keeling, Jake Schifferdecker,
Josh Coe, Jay Mayernik, Shea Washington, Ryan Green,
& Cole Smith.
F
BLA received top honors at the FBLA District IV
Skills Conference. Going to State are Matthew
Currier, Keelan Kindt, Danielle Anderson, Jaime
Lambert, Danielle Anderson, Laura Lewis, Luke Loder,
Kyle Pack, Zac Goodwin, Ana Plantenberg, Ben Crane,
& Sarah Mikula. Receiving Honerable Mentions with a
chance of attending the state competition are Victoria
Hefner, Rachel Billings, Kevin Fipps, Matthew Currier, &
Billy McKee.
See “Cleaning Up” continued on the next page
The Colt Calendar
March 1 -29, 2002
Mar. 1: No School - Staff Development
Mar. 2: Cheer Clinic - 9-4
Mar. 4-8: Women’s History Week
• Booster Club - 7 PM
• School Board - 7:30 PM
Mar. 5: Site Council - 3:30 PM
• Spring Sports Parent Night - 7 PM
Mar. 7: Women in History Tea - 3:30 PM
• Orchestra Concert - 7:30 PM
Mar. 9: GARAGE SALE, Cafeteria 8 AM - 1PM
• Band Percussion Festival - All Day
Mar. 11: Choral Concert - 7:30 PM
Mar. 12: Winter Sports Awards - 7 PM
Mar. 14: Band Concert - 7:30 PM
Mar. 16: SAT Test
Mar. 18: School Board - 7:30 PM
Mar 19: Adv. Theatre Short Plays- 7 PM
Mar. 20: Ensemble Short Plays - 7 PM
March 25 - 29
SPRING BREAK!
See The THS Calender for other events too
numerous to list here.
“Cleaning Up” continued from page 1.
C
HEERLEADING captured the
State title and will travel to
HEATRE students
Nationals. The competing squad is
excelled once
made up of Jamie Baynes, Brittney Edicott,
again at the
Kevin Fipps, Ashley Gauthier, Erica
Southern Regional
Gauthier, Brittany Gray, Dana Guthrie,
Acting Competition,
Cara Jensen, Rachel Keeling, Lisa Lake,
placing more actors
Cassie Mayfield, Kelsie Metzler, Kim
than any other school
Jennifer Richards in QUILTERS. Sedlak, Jill Sweeney, Jaclyn Thomas,
in the area for the
Solange Vannett, Teagan Wade, Beth
fourth year in a row. Going to State are
Wahlund.
Amber Gatti, Jenna Washington (in two
categories), Sarah Dandurand, Nicole
Thorne, Krista Mickalson, Lenny Hill, &
OBBI HAAS has been selected as
Tina Hearty. Students who placed in
the Oregon State Student Council
novice categories include Michael
Adviser of the year. Bobbi was
Waymire, Ashley Franklin, Rebecca Lyons, nominated by this year’s THS student
Waylon Lenk, Jennifer Huynh, Jennifer
council. Her name will be forwarded to the
Richards, Lisa Robinett, & Rosie Doll.
national committee for consideration as
National Student Council Adviser of the year.
RESTLING captured the disKnow a teacher(s) that deserve a
trict championship and is
little recognition? Nominate ‘em
sending 11 wrestlers to state
for the Disney American Teacher
including champions Casey Krull, Bret
Arand, Luke Hogle, Johnny Bowden,
Awards.
Robbie Weinhold, & Luke Barr; RunnerNominations for this prestigious award will be
ups Steve Blatchley, Jon Walker, & Mat
accepted until March 31, 2002 and can be
Gardner; 3rd place Kevin Fipps, & Isaac
made two ways;
Schaaf. Kyle Randall, Tom Helton, T.C.
-through the web site, www.DisneyLearning.org
Lockard, Jeff Favre, Tyler Everall, & Derek
-by phoning toll free, 1-877-ATA-TEACH.
Arnold will serve as alternates to State.
T
B
W
SEE US ON THE WEB:
HTTP://THS.SPS.LANE.EDU
It’s cool when it’s in COLOR!
T
HE ARCHITECTURAL and
Project/Leadership Drafting Students
will be participating in the High
School "Holly Cornell" Model Bridge
Building Contest to be held at Oregon
State University. The contest will begin at
9:00 A.M. and end at approx. 2:30
P.M. It will be held on Feb. 23rd in the
Engineering Building on the OSU
Campus. For additional information
please call 744-5143.
Y
EARBOOKS should have been
ordered by now. If you haven’t
yet, there’s still a chance to get
one for $40 - they go up to $45 after
April 10 and you won’t be able to get it
personalized. Books are purchased
directly from the publisher, Jostens.
Order forms are available from
Publications or you can order with a
credit card by calling 1-800-846-4686.
F
RENCH CLUB encourages you to
look at their student generated webpage: http://ths.sps.lane.edu/frenchclub.
Valentin Sanchez and Ashley Skinner
spent several volunteer hours at home,
during lunch, and Colt Connections to
get this site going.
T
Above: The Pep
Band gives the
Wrestlers a big
send off for the
District meet.
Right: Bobby
Kelso as “Cupid”
at a recent pep
assembly.
Photos by Carlos
Jones.
he Third OPTIONS Unlimited
Conference, Hands-on Workshops
for Middle and High School Girls in
Non-Traditional Skills will be held at Lane
Community College, main campus on
Saturday, April 20, 2002. With over thirty
workshops offered, this will be an opportunity for girls to literally try their hand at
various trades, technical and environmental skills. The event is free, but registration
will be required. Brochures with workshop descriptions and registration forms
will be available after the Spring break.
For more information, contact the
Women's Program at LCC, 463-5353.

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