Friday, February 15, 2019


Fri. 2/15            9:00am    Girls Bowling Varsity - IHSA State @ Rockford - Cherry Bowl

                              9:00am    Wrestling Varsity - IHSA State @ U of I - State Farm Center

                             6:00pm   Boys Basketball JV/Varsity vs. Civic Memorial - H (Senior Night)

Sat. 2/16         9:00am   Boys Track & Field Varsity - Knights Invitational @ Principia College          6:50am

                             9:00am    Girls Bowling Varsity - IHSA State @ Rockford - Cherry Bowl

                             9:00am    Wrestling Varsity - IHSA State @ U of I - State Farm Center

Mon. 2/18                          No School (Presidents’ Day)

Tue. 2/19                           Parent/Teacher Conferences (12:00pm - 7:45pm) - H

                             6:00pm   Boys Basketball JV/Varsity vs. Mascoutah                                                                        4:45pm 

Thurs. 2/21    3:45pm   Girls Track & Field Varsity - Joe Elliott Indoor Meet @ Marion High School        12:00pm 

Fri. 2/22          6:00pm   Boys Basketball JV/Varsity vs. Highland                                                                            4:50pm         

Training Room is closed TODAY; no students should be in the Training Room today or Friday.

All Students: check you email every day.

The prom cheesecake fundraiser is starting. Juniors and Seniors are eligible to sell and will earn $2.00 of a prom ticket for each cheesecake sold. Orders and money are due February 26. Cheesecakes will be delivered March 11. Prom is April 27. See Mrs. Hasemann in room 249 if you have any questions.

College Fair: SWIC will host the annual Metro East Baccalaureate College Fair on Sunday, February 24th from 1:30pm - 3:30pm at the Belleville Campus, Main Complex, Varsity Gym, 2500 Carlyle Ave. High School students will have an opportunity to speak to representatives from nearly 100 national colleges and universities. In addition, 2 workshops to help students navigate the financial aid process will be offered. The college fair and workshops are free and open to the public. Save time and register in advance at For more information on the event and complete list of schools, visit

Freshmen and Sophomores - a survey was sent to you school email for the Adult Day in March. Please respond by next week. If you do not fill it out, you will get a job chosen for you. 

Softball tryouts will be Monday, February 25th. Girls who are interested or need more information, please see Coach Kleeman in room 246.

Triad Student Council is presenting varsity academic letters to Junior and Senior students, who have a cumulative GPA of 4.0, through 1st Semester of this year.  You will be receiving a note in yoru homerooms with details on purchasing your academic letter or pin. Congratulations to the 42 Seniors and 41 Juniors, who have accomplished this great achievement.

Floor Hockey is Wednesday the 20th; there is No School on Monday or Tuesday so get your teams formed this week.

Scholarships for Seniors: Bradley R. Smith Scholarship, The Bank of Edwardsville and CBAI Scholarships applications are available for pickup in the guidance scholarship filing cabinet.  Please see Mrs. Houchins if you have any questions.  

Spirit Club is announcing dates when students are encouraged to dress in theme and attend our winter sports!  The dates and themes are....

TONIGHT, wear red to boys basketball Senior Knight

The SIUE Office of Educational Outreach will be offering ACT and SAT prep courses during the Spring semester 2019 and we would like to invite THS students to attend. We understand that the state has switched to administering the SAT, but some schools/students are still participating in the ACT Test and we are happy to offer both opportunities to your students. We will offer 1 ACT session and 2 different SAT sessions for students to choose from. The information for the courses is as follows:

ACT Review: This in-depth ACT preparatory course reviews and teaches concepts needed to prepare for the ACT. It condenses lessons into six sessions which begin with a pre-test to assess the group’s strengths and weaknesses. The sessions are then individualized to effectively prepare for the test. Please bring a calculator and No. 2 pencil to each session.

 One session is available: 

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5-8 p.m., March 26-April 11

SIUE Main Campus, Technology Management Center

Registration Link:

 We are traveling to China in July 2020. See Ms Amen in room 133 to put your name on the email list to receive more information.

Problems with your locker, please find an administrator or custodian in the hallway.

Parking Permits for 2nd Semester can be purchased in the high school office. Cost is $37.  Remember to park in your assigned spot going forward. If you do not have a parking permit, you MUST park in the outer U of D lot and sign your vehicle in at the office.

Student Activity Passes can be presented at home athletic contests (excluding regionals/tournaments) and fine arts events for admission.  The symbol (AP) will be located on a student’s THS ID and must be presented at the gate for admission.  The “Student Activity Pass” also covers participation in multiple extra-curricular clubs and activities after school. The cost of the pass is $40* and may be purchased in the HS office.

THS Non-Athletic/Extracurricular fee is for students who want to be a part of a club/activity and not have to pay the extra money to come to athletic/fine arts events. This cost is $30 and may be purchased in the HS office.

Agriculture Club                                Student Led Clubs

Envirothon Club                                Alpha Club

Fall Play                                        Creative Writing Club

Future Teachers of America (FTA)                Family, Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)

Math Team                                        French Club

Scholar Bowl Team                                Robotics Club

Science Club                                        Student Service Club

Spanish Club

Spring Musical

*Come to the HS office to have a new ID printed if a “Student Activity Pass” was purchased after the initial IDs were handed out.

Any student interested in being a peer tutor, please see your guidance counselor in the guidance office. It’s a great way to help out your fellow peers and also a great way to boost your resume for college, scholarships, and employment!

Reminder: Students who would like to speak with a college rep that is visiting THS MUST go to the guidance office in advance to receive a pass. It’s best to receive this pass and notify guidance that you will be meeting with the college rep at least a day before the college rep arrives.

College Visits: Greenville University - 2/26 at 8:30am, University of Kentucky - 3/5 at 10:30am, U of I Springfield - 3/11 at 10:30am, St. Louis University - 3/27 at 1:30pm, Western Illinois University - 4/4 at 10:00am

Birthdays: 2/17 - Kapp; 2/21 - Frey

Duty Schedule: 2/15 - Boys Basketball - Tickets - Bieser, Concessions - Art Club