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Signing Day Ceremony Set For April 11th
Over the course of the past four years the Francis Howell High School Activities Department has celebrated over 200 students that will further their education and activity/sport at the collegiate level. On April 11th, the Class of 2018 will be recognized at the annual Signing Day Ceremony. Currently over 40 student-participants in the Class of 2018 will be furthering their education and activity/sport at the collegiate level. All Viking students, families and friends are encourage to attend this ceremony on April 11th. Information regarding the Signing Day Ceremony can be found below. All students that plan on participating should stop by the Activities Office or email Activities Director Sean Erwin at email@example.com to ensure that you are represented on the list and all information is correct.
Date: April 11, 2018
Breakfast: - Breakfast will be served from 6:30 -6:45 a.m. in the main gym. Breakfast is available for the student-athlete, family members in picture, our coaches, and media.
Presentation - At 6:45 a.m. students will line up with family members that you would like in your signing picture inside the main gym. Families will then have their signing pictures taken in front of our media wall. Immediately following all signing pictures we will take one large group photo of all student-participants.
Attire - Please dress appropriately for an official signing picture that will be tweeted out and included on our “signing wall” outside the Activities Office. We have reminded all student-athletes that we are not only representing Francis Howell and our programs but also the community and their future universities as well.
Picture – We will have a photographer that will take a picture of each participant and their family. The picture will then be emailed to all parents at no charge.
Gift: To commemorate this annual tradition each student-athlete will receive an official Howell Signing Day t-shirt.
Track Has Strong Performance At Northwest Invitational
The track program braved the cold at Northwest on Saturday to earn many medal performances at both the varsity and JV levels. The Varsity Girls program finished second on the day. Below you can find those that finished in the Top 8 at the Northwest Invitational on Saturday, Congratulations to all Vikings!
Rylee Jambois - High Jump - 3rd
Kameron Sullivan - High Jump - 6th
Olivia Wansing - Pole Vault - 3rd
Maggie May, Chloe Figgins, Alexa Brugere, Erin Gilbert 4x800 - 1st
Kalescia Thomas - 100 Hurdles - 2nd
Kalina Schiermeier, Kameron Sullivan, Rylee Jambois, Katie Kinnear - 4x100 - 1st
Alexa Brugere - 400 - 3rdErin Gilbert - 800 - 2ndChloe Figgins - 800 - 5thLexie Comparato - 3200 - 6th
Alexis Edgar - 3200 - 8thCallie Unrein, Maggie May, Sydney Russell, Alex Brugere - 4x400 - 2nd
Max Stampehl - High Jump - 5th
Drake Heismeyer - Discus - 4th
Drake Heismeyer - Shot Put - 5th
Jonah Bridges, Anthony Giacalone, Jacob Boushelle, Dylan Kossl - 4x800 - 6th
Julius Elliott, Reid Weber, Caleb Meriweather, Ryan Ramey - 800 Relay - 8th
Blake Panagos - 300 Hurdles - 7th
Jackson Foster - 800 - 3rdJackson Foster, Nick Cimmarusti, Jacob Boushelle, Jonah Bridges - 4x400 - 5th
Sarah Reider - Pole Valut - 2nd
Adeline Ferreira, Megan West, Sarah Stith, Nora Stith 4x800 - 2nd Emma Johnson, Mosby D'Naya, Kayla Thompson, Isabella Giacalone - 4x100 - 5thChloe Chappell - 800 - 5thNora Stith - 800 - 7th
Emma Johnson - 200 - 5thAdeline Ferreira - 3200 - 4thMegan West - 3200 - 5thNora Stith, Chloe Chappell, Sarah Stith, Isabella Giacalone - 4x400 - 4th
Hayden Houser - Shot Put - 5th
Mason Brock - Javelin - 1st
Brendan Heslin, Deivydas Hermanas, Hunter Tosto, Avram Stopke - 4x800 - 5th
Keagan Fitzgerald, Estevan Hutchinson, Kevin Bryant, Alex Stoker - 800 Relay - 7th
Keagan Fitzgerald, Estevan Hutchinson, Zuri St. Julien, Kevin Bryant - 4x100 - 6th
Chris Griffin - 400 - 5thDeivydas Hermanas - 800 - 6thChris Griffin, Brendan Heslin, Harsha Bollepalli, Alex Stoker - 4x400 - 6th
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2018-19 Dead Period & Sports Season Start Dates Released
The summer, fall, winter, and spring dead periods for the 2018-19 school year have been released. The MSHSAA dates can be found below. We hope that this information helps all Vikings and their families coordinate and prepare for the summer and sports seasons ahead during the 18-19 school year.
Summer Dead Period (All MSHSAA Sponsored Activities) - June 30-July 8, 2018
Fall Meet the Coaches - July 25, 2018 (6pm)
Fall Sports Dead Period (Fall Sports) - July 29-August 5, 2018
Fall Sports Begin August 6, 2018
Winter Meet the Coaches - October 10, 2018 (6pm)
Winter Sports Dead Period (Winter Sports - excluding girls swim) - October 21-28, 2018
Winter Sports (excluding girls swim) begins October 29, 2018
Winter Sports Dead Period (Girls Swim) - October 28-November 4, 2018
Girls Swim Begins November 5, 2018
Spring Meet the Coaches - February 13, 2019 (6pm)
Spring Sports Dead Period - February 17-24, 2019
Spring Sports Begin February 25, 2019
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