Western Hills High School News
Start of the school year at WH
The office will be open from 9-12pm and 1-3pm on the following days:

Thursday, July 24th - New student registration
Monday, July 28th - Senior schedule pick up
Tuesday, July 29th - Junior schedule pick up
Wednesday, July 30th - Sophomore schedule pick up
Thursday, July 31st - Freshman Orientation (12:30-5:30pm)
WH's Mackenzie Jones leads with respect
MacKenzie Jones, president of the Western Hills High School (Frankfort) FFA chapter had the honor of participating in the flag raising and lowering ceremonies held at FFA camp. (Photo by Tim Thornberry)
MacKenzie Jones, a senior at Western Hills High School, president of her local FFA chapter and president of the first-week Kentucky FFA camp council participated in all of the flag ceremonies during her week-long tenure.

She said the flag ceremonies are probably the most serious of events that take place during each camp.

“We all learn to respect the flag and this is a time when we really recognize the people who have served our country and actually have a chance to remember those who have fallen for us,” she said.

Jones said she wouldn’t want it any other way and with FFA, being patriotic is something the chapters embrace.

“I know with our chapter, we started putting flags in the classrooms and next year we hope to start saying the Pledge every morning,” she said.

Jones noted that traditions such as the flag ceremonies are things that should be kept alive within the organization.

“It helps us to remember our roots and remember why we recite the creed and why we remember all of our history,” she said. “FFA is such a long-standing and outstanding organization that surpasses almost any other and it’s is where we want to be and where we want to keep going in the future.”

(Excerpted from an article by Tim Thornberry for Kyforward). Read the whole article here: http://www.kyforward.com/flag-that-draped-veterans-casket-flies-at-ffa-camp-daughter-asks-others-to-fly-a-veteran/

Daycare openings at WHHS Learning Center
The Western Hills Learning Center is now enrolling for the 2014-2015 school year. The preschool room, for ages 3-5 years old, has 2 different part-time positions open; Monday thru Thursday mornings from 7 am to 11 am and Tuesdays & Thursdays full-day, 7 am to 4:30 pm. Contact the center's coordinator, Elise King, at elise.king@franklin.kyschools.us for more information. 
Band selects new drum majors
Please congratulate our new WHHS drum majors: 
Drum Majors:  Todd Stetler and Lucy Buchanan; Field Conductor:  Courtney Woodyard (pictured Todd, Courtney and Lucy)
Welcome new majorettes!
The WHHS BAND would like to congratulate and welcome the new majorette squad and coaches for the 2014-2015 school year!   From Left to Right: Coach Lee Gay Hailey Buffin Chloe Wheatcraft Alex Ward Megan Vanover Haley Clevenger Shelby Baker Assistant Coach Aimee Wilson  
WHHS FCCLA Executive Council
Congratulations to following students who will be serving on the 2014-2015 WHHS FCCLA Executive Council:

President: Taylor Moreland
1st Vice President: Ashton Chaney
Vice President of Community Service: Abby Lucas
Vice President of Finance: Mikka Cathey
Vice President of Individual Programs: Evan Montgomery
Vice President of Membership: Madison Wallace
Vice President of Parliamentary Law: Elizabeth Watkins
Vice President of Peer Education: Whitley Bardroff
Vice President of Public Relations: Kaitlin Gore
Vice President of STAR Events: Andrea Dean  
WHHS Students Ready for Business
Superintendent Jones, Attorney Doug Howard and business teacher Aimee Wilson had the pleasure of congratulating these outstanding WHHS Students. Rachel Wallace, Darby Taylor, Madison Wallace & Grant Matthews (not pictured) recently took 1st Place in the Franklin County Community Education business plan competition.

"We strive to give the students valuable real world experience, but this year the winning teams surpassed our expectations,” commented Ms. Campbell. "This year, each of the winning teams, as well as several others, could receive actual funding from a bank and open their doors tomorrow,” said Doug Howard, local attorney and member of the Frankfort/Franklin County Community Education advisory council. Each winning team member was presented with a Kindle Fire HD, thanks to the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce and the Franklin Community Education advisory council.
FCCLA Fundraiser
FCCLA is trying to raise money for their trip to San Antonio for their national compeition. To fundraise, they are working with Yankee Candle and Timeless Traditions. If interested in purchasing something or looking through a brochure, talk to Elise King. You can purchase candles at the http://www.yankeecandlefundraising.com/. The group name is Western Hills High School FCCLA and the group number is 990036248. Thanks for supporting the club!  
Are You a Tech Savvy Girl?
Are you a girl who is good at math, science, engineering, or good with technology? If so, check out the attached flyer on more information on the Tech Savvy program at Kentucky State University.  
Congrats to the WHHS Band!
Please give a huge congratulations to all band students! Both performing ensembles played at our district large group assessment. Concert Band received 3 distinguished ratings for their performance on stage and they received an overall distinguished rating. Symphonic band also received 3 distinguished ratings for their stage performance and received a distinguished rating in the sight reading room, for another overall distinguished rating. On top of all of this, both groups received invitations to perform at State assessment at the University of Louisville. GO HILLS BAND!!  
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