The Viking Insider
Your Weekly Howell Activities E-Magazine
Soccer Begins Season With Dominant Start; Outscores Opponents 18-0
Girls Tennis Begins Season 3-0
Boys Swim Dives Into Season With Win
The boys swim program began their season last week by taking on Pattonville and Hazelwood Central. The Vikings earned a 146-101-33 win over both schools on the road at Hazelwood Central. You can catch the boys swim program in action this Thursday as they host TImberland at the Rec Plex at 8:30 p.m. All Viking fans are encouraged to get out and support our boys swim program as they dive into their schedule.
Band Performs At FHSD Band Preview
You can view pieces of the performance by clicking the links below. We hope all Howell family members get out to support our great band this season!
Cheer Continues To Bring School Spirit To Howell
Cross Country Has Strong Showing At First Capital Meet
The Cross Country program traveled to McNair Park for the First Capital Cross Country Meet on Friday. The Vikings brought home strong performances at all levels. The boys and girls varsity programs both finished 2nd while the JV boys finished first. The Varsity Boys were paced by a first place finish from Anthony Giacalone. You can view the Top 20 finishes below as well as all runners at this link - http://www.trxctiming.com/St_Charles/XC/First_Capital/Results/results.htm Good luck to all Cross Country runners as they begin the season.
Varsity Boys - 2nd
Anthony Giacalone - 1st
Austin Joyce - 10th
Deivydas Hermanas - 11th
Jackson Foster - 13th
Sam Porten - 15th
Blake Panagos - 19th
Varsity Girls - 2nd
Erin Gilbert - 2nd
Elizabeth Payne - 5th
Lily Boushelle - 8th
Chloe Figgins - 15th
Ally Hoppe - 16th
Maggie May - 17th
Taylor Russell - 20th
JV Girls - 5thAlexis Edgar - 2nd
Jessica Hornberger - 10th
JV Boys - 1st
Jacob Boushelle - 2nd
Brendan Heslin - 3rd
Caleb Estes - 6th
Dylan Kossl - 8th
Henry Filipek - 10th
Joe Armour - 13th
Ben Brooks - 19th
Girls Golf Birdies Their Way To A Big Win Over Holt
Over 150 Attend Howell Cheer Clinic
Limelight Theatre To Present "Kiss Me Deadly" This Fall
The award winning Limelight Theatre will proudly present the murder mystery,
Kiss Me, Deadly by playwright, Bill Robens to be performed on November 8th, 10th and 11th, 2017. Auditions for this play will be on Tuesday, August 29th at 2:30 p.m. and Wednesday, August 30th at 1:40 pm in the Auditorium. There will be a sign up sheet for Auditions at the Drama Classroom for those students interested in becoming part of this production. Crew sign ups will also be available as well as a sign up for interviews to become a Crew Head.
Kiss Me, Deadly is a classic murder mystery, a romance and a comedy set in the 1940’s. We meet L.A. detective Charlie Nickels as he sets out to solve a murder, while also investigating the theft of a diamond from the murder victim. With his witty secretary and a wide variety of suspects available, this who done it will keep you guessing until the very end.
Audition scripts are available at Mr. Cole’s classroom now until the auditions dates. For questions, please contact Edward Cole, Theatre Director at Edward.email@example.com.
Viking Leadership Academy Begins Wednesday
This week Howell students will have their first opportunity of the 2017-18 school year to attend the new look Viking Leadership Academy (VLA). The Viking Leadership Academy has gone through some structural and format changes for the 2017-18 school year that will greater serve all students at Howell.
VLA was established to help to develop better persons, better teammates, and better student-participants at Howell. There is a direct correlation between academic, athletic, and activity performance and leadership skills. The goal of VLA is to further grow student leadership skills so that they can contribute more to Howell, their community and to their activities, clubs and sports.
During the 2017-18 school year, VLA will meet twice a month during Howell time. All Howell students are encouraged to attend these interactive sessions. A curriculum that is theme based is used to help develop leadership skills and traits that will help students to be successful at Howell as well as in their activity or sport and ultimately in life. The five themes that are the focus of the VLA program are:
Inspire Other Vikings
Challenge Other Vikings
Involve All Vikings
Celebrate Viking Accomplishments
What does the Howell staff think about leadership development and the Viking Leadership Academy?
“We really want our players to be more than just football players. We work hard to use the R.I.S.E. core values to help them grow as leaders and community members. It’s important that their experience in our program helps them become great football players and great men.” - Head Football Coach Cory Snyder
“The Viking Leadership Academy is encouraging great character to promote and develop overall strong leaders” - Assistant Girls Soccer Coach Janet Muehling
“It is important to develop future leaders that can influence positive change both in and out of their activity or sport. The leadership development provided will help to influence our programs, school and community.” Head Cross Country and Head Boys Tennis Coach Tracy Carlson
“Francis Howell activities and athletics have the unique ability to positively impact students, parents, families, staff, and the community. The vision, goals, and efforts of our coaches and sponsors are meant to impact Francis Howell High School, it’s families, staff, and the community forever.” The continued efforts to help develop leaders and young men and women that embody our R.I.S.E. core values is at the forefront of what we are focusing on in our programs.” Activities Director Sean Erwin
We hope to see many Howell students on Wednesday during Howell time taking part in VLA. For more updates on VLA and leadership development at Howell please follow @FHVikings on Twitter or follow the efforts in the Viking Insider.
Howell Vikings In The News
Click the link above for an STL Today article on our girls volleyball program.
Click the link above for a Midrivers News article on the softball win over FHC.
Click the link above to read about Howell alum Calvin Munson in the New York Post
Howell Student Adora Calvert Opens For First Jason At Firebird
Howell Activities Department Offers Free App To Follow The Vikings
It continues to become easier and easier for Viking fans to stay up to date and informed about their favorite Viking activities. The Activities Department now has an app of iOS and Android. Find schedules, scores, news, pictures, and more on the new app. The best part of the app is that it is completely free! Download your app today by clicking one of the links below.
iTunes Store Link - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bigteams/id445479124?mt=8
Google Play Store Link - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bigteams.droid
Viking Fans Can Now Order Tickets Online
Upcoming Howell Events & Activities
Click the link above to view the calendar of events for this week.
View flyers that pertain to FHHS and our community bly clicking the link above.