Wylie Weekly

Keep Up With All the Happenings at WHS!

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Bulldogs vs. Canyon Randall

Pep Rally @ 8:55 on Friday

Kick Off @ 7:00 at Hugh Sandifer Stadium


Show Up, Be Loud, Go Bulldogs!

to regional semi-finals

Wylie High's Bulldog Team Tennis defeated Amarillo High in the Regional Quarterfinals Championship on Tuesday. Read about their match here. The Bulldogs will compete in Wichita Falls on Thursday and Friday. Good luck Bulldogs!
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Division 1 for Pure Gold

The Wylie Pure Gold Band earned a division 1 rating at the UIL competition this past Monday. Pure Gold will compete this Saturday in Odessa to continue their march to state.

Photos courtesy of Abilene Reporter News.
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Lady Bulldogs Fall to LCP

Lady Bulldogs took the Lubbock Cooper Pirates to 5 games on Tuesday night in a jam packed Bulldog Gymnasium. The Lady Bulldogs came up short by just a few points in game 5. Continue to cheer on the Bulldogs this Friday at Lubbock High.

CC to Regionals

WHS Cross Country ran in the district meet last Thursday in Lubbock. Avery Stevenson placed 10th in the varsity girls division. Colten Stevens placed 8th, Rivers Rodriguez placed 17th, Timothy Sturtevant placed 25th, Evan Ashley placed 26th, Trestan Tompkins placed 28th, and Luke Mayes placed 31st in the Varsity boys division. Seth Bergan placed 6th and Brendon Betik placed 13th in the JV Boys Division.


Avery and Colten both qualified for the Region 1-5A Cross Country Meet in Lubbock on Monday October 25th. Congratulations to all the runners on a very successful season.

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$5000 to fight cancer

Through the Purple Dog Company's Pink Out fundraiser, they were able to donate $5,000 to the American Cancer Society last Friday at the Pink Out pep rally.
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Pre-ACT Registration

WHS Sophomores,


You can now register for the Pre-ACT which will be administered on Saturday, November 13. Online registration is available through The Purple Dog Company for $15. You may also register in the WHS Counselors' Office and pay using cash/check for $12.


Click HERE for online registration. Contact your counselor with any questions.


Wylie High School Counselors

Krispy Kreme For You

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boo at the hugh

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We Want Your Blood

Student Council will be hosting a Blood Drive on Tuesday, November 2nd from 8:30-3:30. If you are 16 or older you can donate blood! Stop by Mrs. Ramirez’s room (303) to sign up today! If you are 16 and would like to donate you will need to pick up a minor consent form.
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Cash to Coats

Student Council will be hosting a money drive October 25th-29th during 2nd period. We will be collecting money to buy coats for students in our district. Chick-Fil-A breakfast will be provided for the two classes with the most money raised per person.

Bouncing Back to B-Ball

Wylie Girls basketball is in FULL Swing as practices begin Oct 20. With 5 returners to the Varsity team, lead by our lone Sr. Kenyah Maroney, we are looking forward to a great season! #determined

Juniors & Seniors: TE Youth Tour

WHS Juniors & Seniors, apply to join the Taylor Electric Youth Tour. Find out more information HERE!
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Voice of Democracy

Established in 1947, our Voice of Democracy audio-essay program provides high school students with the unique opportunity to express themselves in regards to a democratic and patriotic-themed recorded essay. Each year, nearly 64,500 9-12 grade students from across the country enter to win their share of more than $2 million in educational scholarships and incentives awarded through the program. The national first place winner receives a $30,000 scholarship paid directly to the recipient’s American university, college or vocational/technical school. A complete list of other national scholarships range from $1,000-$16,000, and the first place winner from each VFW Department (state) wins a minimum scholarship of $1,000. Want to apply? Read the rules and eligibility requirements, and download and complete the 2021-2022 Voice of Democracy entry form as all student entries must be submitted to a sponsoring local VFW Post by midnight, Oct. 31.Please go Mrs. Harrison's room (418) for any questions or to pick up a entry form. Find more information HERE.

Dress up, yell loud, go bulldogs!

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Clear the Parking Lot

The Wylie Pure Gold Band cannot wait to play your favorite tunes this season! Please help us out by moving your vehicles from the band practice field by 4:00 pm on Mondays and Tuesdays of each week. Many thanks from Pure Gold!

SAT Registration

2021-2022 SAT registration is now open. Register using this link.


UPDATE: The October 2nd SAT scheduled for Abilene has been cancelled. The November 6 date is still open as of now. To transfer your date, the College Board website states: "Go Through your College Board account. Register for the new test date that you want. Then, cancel the registration you no longer need to ensure that you get a seat on the test date that you want." Be sure to print a new ticket.

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Need a job? Want to intern? Need volunteer hours?

Check out WHS's Hire a Bulldog webpage. WHS CTE reached out to the Abilene community asking if they had any job, intern, and/or volunteer opportunities for high school students, and the Abilene community delivered. The page is updated daily as businesses and non-profit organizations continue to send in their opportunities.
You can also contact Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas as it is a free service to help with career skills such as resume writing, searching for a job, and interview assistance. WHS students could also be eligible to join their Young Adult program where they help students find a job and provide other career training skills.
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Have you caught someone being a Bulldog?

Have you caught a student or a WHS staff member "Being a Bulldog"? We want to hear about it!

What is being a Bulldog? The American Kennel Club describes a Bulldog as kind but courageous, full of tenacity, friendly, and loyal companions. It is fitting that we are the Wylie Bulldogs because those are the qualities we strive for our campus to exude.

We believe that it is important to recognize those that are examples of kindness, friendliness, loyalty, and courage. Students and staff members can be nominated by students, staff, and community members. It is the hope of WHS that Bulldogs will inspire other Bulldogs to continue to show these characteristics. Nominate someone here!

Extra, Extra... Read All About It!

Check out WHS's school newspaper, The Wylie Paw Print! Read the articles written by students with the latest news from Wylie High. Watch videos, participate in polls, read about breaking news, and keep up with sports scores! Follow The Wylie Paw Print on Instagram (@wyliepawprint) and find the newspaper on the Wylie Bulldogs app.

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Catch up on wylie news

You can find all past Wylie Weekly newsletters HERE!

teacher tribute

This year, we will honor 12 Big Country teachers for the positive impact made on their students’ lives. You can nominate a teacher HERE! Each honoree is given a designated week in which he or she is honored by

the media partners in the following ways:


• Featured on KTXS in a 6 o'clock news story and a 30 second commercial that runs during the week on KTXS.


• Featured guest during Wake Up Country on KEAN 105 with Rudy Fernandez.


• Their picture along with their story about their inspiration for becoming a teacher appears in Hispanic Life.


• Featured billboard on LAMAR Billboards around Abilene.


• Receive $100 check and a brand new car to drive for two weeks, courtesy of Arrow Dealerships.


• Prize from KEAN 105, KTXS, Arrow Ford Dealership, Hispanic Life Magazine, Communities in Schools of the Big Country, and Exceptional Brands.


Prize packages have been modified to follow local, state, and CDC guidelines regarding covid-19. The health of our educators and students is our top priority.