Western Hills High School News
WHHS FFA KY State FFA Convention Results
The Western Hills High School chapter of FFA had a great time at the State FFA Convention. Here are some of the highlights.

The FFA Parliamentary Procedure team was the state runner up.  The team members were Whitney Marcum, Maddie Smith, Shana Weber, Cameron Kenner, Austin Thornberry, Sarah Gilbert, Haley Varney, Jordan Smith, Allye Geoghegan, Rachel Pipes, Gracie Staude, Erica Nesselrode, and Jenna Harrod.

Jenna Harrod was elected as the Assoc. State Treasurer.  (1 of top 4 positions in the state assoc. and will now represent over 15,000 KY FFA members)...this makes Western Hills' 3rd state officer in 5 years.  

Miranda and Erica Nesselrode placed 3rd in the state Talent Contest

Others:

Haley Nelson-Creed Speaking Contest

Bethany Schagane- Extemporaneous Speaking Contest

Haley Varney- Nursery Impromptu Speaking

Jordan Smith- Fruit and Veg. Impromptu Speaking Contest

Erica Nesselrode- Sheep Impromptu Speaking Contest

Alex Ward- Crop Impromptu Speaking Contest

Bethany Schagane- Job Interview Contest

Food Science Contest- Emery Moore, Shana Weber, Maddie Smith, and Jacob Harrod


Congratulations to all members of WHHS FFA and sponsors Callie Hobbs and JR Zinner. 
 
We're hiring!
In anticipation of the 2016-17 school year, FCPS is hiring school bus drivers and substitute teachers. Both positions are critical to the school district's operations, and both offer competitive pay. Full time bus drivers also qualify for benefits, including life and health insurance and retirement. These positions may be especially attractive to retirees, parents of FCPS students, and those who seek to supplement their income with a second job (bus drivers) or a flexible schedule (substitute teachers). 
WHHS End of the School Year Award Recipients
Congratulations to English teacher, Ryan Hale, who was awarded $1000 as the Extra Mile Award Winner. Social Studies teacher, Lorrie Fraley, was chosen as the WHHS Teacher of the Year. Instructional aide, Linda Snell, was chosen as the WHHS Classified Staff Employee of the Year. 
Congratulations to the Wolverine Baseball Team!!!
The Western Hills Baseball Team had a phenomenal season this spring. They finished the season with a record of 27-10. They claimed the 41st District Championship by beating Frankfort 10-0 and Franklin County 13-3. The Wolverines then surprised many in the 11th Region by beating Madison Southern 2-1 and Henry Clay 9-1. These victories assured Western Hills a spot in the 11th Region Championship game - a feat that had not been accomplished since 1989. Unfortunately the Wolverines were beaten by Scott County in that game by a score of 6-2. Despite the season ending loss the Western Hills Wolverines have much to be proud of this season and should hold their heads high. Congratulations to Coach Drew Chism and these fine young men.  
 
FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
The first day of school for students in the Franklin County School District is Thursday, August 11th. 
Western Hills High School Freshmen Orientation
ALL incoming Freshmen are invited to attend Freshmen Orientation on Tuesday, August 2nd, from 1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Parents/Guardians are encouraged to attend the information session at 4:45 p.m. in the auditorium. 
Western Hills High School Student Schedules Pick-up
Western Hills High School Students are encouraged to pick up their class schedules on the following days:
  • Monday, August 1   SENIORS 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, August 2   Freshmen Orientation 1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, August 3   JUNIORS 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
  • Thursday, August 4   SOPHOMORES 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
 
2016-2017 SBDM Council

The 2016-17 SBDM Council will consist of the following members:

  • Eric Shields-Teacher Representative
  • Brian Tackett-Teacher Representative
  • JR Zinner-Teacher Representative
  • Beth Brock-Parent Representative
  • Tom Emberton-Parent Representative
  • Greg Roush-Principal
 
Agriculture Commissioner of Kentucky Ryan Quarles Visits WHHS
On Monday, April 25th, Agriculture Commissioner of Kentucky, Ryan Quarles,
visited Western Hills High School. He was invited by the Young Republicans
Club which is sponsored by Anita Groenwoldt. Commissioner Quarles spoke
after school to around 25 students and teachers about bipartisanship and civic
involvement. Students from the Young Republicans Club, the Young
Democrats Club, and Geoff Cody's American Government classes attended.

 
UK FFA Career Development Contest Results
Western Hills High School's FFA Chapter had a successful day at career development events on Thursday, April 21st at the University of Kentucky. Here are a few highlights:

  • Sr. Interview Contest – Bethany Schagane won the Capital City Regional contest and placed 4th overall in the state
  • Jr. Interview Contest- Nancy Collette won the Capital City Regional contest and placed 1st overall in the state
  • Livestock Evaluation- Jenna Harrod placed 8th overall out of well over 150 participants
  • Welding Contest- Connor Dailey, Lloyd Stinett, Andrew Taulbee, and Tristan Cinnamon won the Capital City Regional Contest
  • Land Judging- Jordan Smith placed 9th overall out of well over 90 participants
  • Seed Identification Contest- Kitachon Pimsri and Zach Doane won the Capital City Regional contest and tied for 4th overall in the state
  • Vet Science Contest- (Top 3 Score b/c we were a person down) Cameron Kenner, Allye Geoghegan, and Jenny Spencer were the Capital City Region Contest 2nd place team and Allye and Cameron placed 9th overall in the state.
  • Forestry Industry Quiz Contest- Keegan Dailey, Lucas Goss, Logan Spaulding, and Dalton Tucker placed 2nd in state.
  • Sr. Tractor Driving- Jacob Griffin placed 9th in the state
 
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