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The student news site of Wiregrass Ranch High School

The Stampede

The student news site of Wiregrass Ranch High School

The Stampede

Morning Announcements

This Week:

January 24-28

Monday 1/24

  • Bulls!
    All week Wiregrass is celebrating Literacy Week. Today during your lunch time you can grab a pass from the lunch monitor and go explore, books, games, and comfy furniture in the media center.
    Bonus announcement: For the entire week, any student who checks out a book will be entered into a drawing to win a fabulous prize. Winners will be announced every morning.
    Read on Bulls!
  • Please announce in the morning and in the afternoon.
    Extended School Day is today in the fabulous Media Center, for both Mrs. Schumacher and Mr. Cordero’s students.
    The Media Center is only open after school on Mondays and Wednesdays to ESD students only.
  • Please announce in the morning and in the afternoon.
    Extended School Day is today in the fabulous Media Center, for both Mrs. Schumacher and Mr. Cordero’s students.
    The Media Center is only open after school on Mondays and Wednesdays to ESD students only.
  • Congratulations to the Wiregrass wrestling team. Donovan Eury has set a new team and school record by winning his 100th career wrestling win this last weekend at Bayshore High School. Also earning notable wins for the boys were Devin Lanier, Nick Feldberg, Sathwick Yarlagadda and Jacob Mascarelli. For the girls wrestling team, Megan Preston has again dominated the girls division with another impressive undefeated weekend. She earned a first place finish at one of the toughest girls tournaments in Orlando. Great job to both the boys and girls wrestling teams and Congratulations to Donovan for setting the new school record with 100 career wins!
  • Softball tryouts are today and tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. on the softball field. Please arrive promptly and have all athletic forms completed at check in. For more information contact Coach Vazquez in Room 3-168 or email at [email protected]

Tuesday 1/25

  • Today is the last day to tryout for the softball team. Softball tryouts will begin at 3:00 p.m. at the softball field. Please arrive promptly and have all athletic forms completed at check in. For more information contact Coach Vazquez, in Room 3-168 or email at [email protected]

Wednesday 1/26

Thursday 1/27

Friday 1/28

 

Last Week: 

January 10- 14

Monday 1/17

Tuesday 1/18

  • Team Trivia after school today in Krook’s room 3-112. Bring a team of up to 5 people!

Wednesday 1/19

  • OneBlood will be at Wiregrass tomorrow for a Blood Drive. If you are interested in donating, make sure you sign up with a One Blood representative TODAY in front of the cafeteria during lunches. Anyone 16 years or older is able to donate.
  • The Senior Pano will be taken today. Please send seniors to the football field bleachers at the beginning of 3rd period. If you are a senior teacher, please escort, stay to monitor, and then escort your students back to class.
    Club Photo Day is also today. All club photos will be taken in the bleachers of our football field. Contact your club sponsor for your photo time, or follow our instagram at @yearbook_wrhs
  • Congratulations to the Wiregrass Boys and Girls wrestling team that did an outstanding job this last weekend. The girls team went to Cypress Creek where Megan Preston dominated the competition placing second in her division and finishing overall with a four and one record for the day. Nicolette Watson wrapped up her day with an impressive third place finish. The boys team had two stand outs with Devin Lanier and Donavan Eury both placing 4th out of 28 teams in one of the toughest tournaments in the state. Also getting noteworthy wins for the bulls were Sathwick Yarlagadda and Joshua Payan-Herrera. The Bulls had a great weekend of wrestling, great job Bulls!
  • 2022 Softball Season tryouts will be held Monday, January 24th and Tuesday, January 25th at 3:00 p.m. at the softball field. Students wishing to try out must have all athletic forms completed. For more information contact Coach Vazquez in Room 3-168 or email at [email protected]
  • Extended School Day is today after school inthe media center.
  • Congratulations to Jason Esenwein, Adrian Salvador, Anda Tram-Lam, Ja’Torri Glinton, and Joel Britto for earning Entrepreneurship and Small Business industry certifications! They made history yesterday as they are the first five students in Pasco County to earn this certification.

Thursday 1/20

  • Girls Lacrosse tryouts will be Monday January 24th at 3:00 on the portable fields. Please arrive early to check in and provide your EL2 and EL3 athletic forms. Bring your stick, eye wear, mouth guard, cleats and be ready to go.
  • OneBlood is hosting a Blood Drive on campus today. Those who signed up to donate, make sure you eat & drink plenty of water prior to coming to donate. The blood drive buses are located between the band & 400 building, make sure you arrive on time for your appointment.

Friday 1/21

  • There is a huge district game this friday for the boys and girls basketball teams. The Wharton Wildcats are coming to our gym and we need to fill it with our fans. Please come out and support our teams. 5 lucky fans will get a free t-shirt and we will be honoring a few teachers for Teacher Appreciation Night. We hope to see you all there.
  • Congratulations! to the following WRHS PTSA Sponsored REFLECTIONS Winners:for VISUAL ARTS
    1st. Lara Japiassu
    2nd. Olivia Robertson
    3rd. Victoria Fassbender

    PHOTOGRAPHY

    1st. Nicole Strouse
    2nd. Katheri Almeda
    3rd. Dan Miltimore

    District Winners in VISUAL ARTS
    1st. Victoria Fassbender
    2nd. Olivia Robertson

    PHOTOGRAPHY

    1st. Nicole Strouse
    2nd. Dan Miltimore
    3rd. Katheri Almeda

  • Kappa Phi Delta is collecting donations for a local children’s home, the Children’s Home Network Tampa chapter. Needed supplies include socks, twin sheets and pillow cases, towels, cooking utensils and food storage containers. Collection bins have been placed in student services, the media center, and in rooms 4-101, 4-125, 3-108, and 3-110. Donations will be collected between now and February 18th. Look for more information on the posters hung around campus, and donate what you can to help children in need!
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