Wylie Weekly

Keep Up With All the Happenings at WHS!

Lady Bulldogs play for bi-district championship

The Lady Bulldogs finished 3rd in district and will be facing Amarillo Randall High School on Friday, March 26 at 2:00 PM at Lubbock-Cooper.

It's Judging season

Judging season has begun for the Wylie FFA chapter!


Cisco College Invitational Judging contest (Monday, 3/22) top results:


Wool- 5th place team

2nd high individual out of 113: Morgan Woods


Poultry-

9th high individual out of 132: Megan Hunt


Great job guys!!


Wylie FFA will compete at the TSU invitational, ASU invitational, & Texas Tech contests next, beginning on Thursday, 3/25.



(pictured: Wool team competing at Cisco College-

L-R: Morgan Woods, Avery Soto, Kaden Cumby, Berenice Estrada & Josie Stevens. )

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winner winner!

Art 3 student Madyson Boone entered and won the Community Foundation of Abilene's T-shirt design contest! Madyson's shirt design will be on this years Abilene Gives t-shirt. You can purchase the shirt here!
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take the asvab

Explore your interests. Identify your strengths. Expand your horizons. Participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program. It will be offered April 7th at 8:15, is offered for grades 9 - 12, and it is FREE! Register in the counselors' office until March 30.

Get Your Raffle Tickets

Project Graduations is raffling off 20 prizes in 20 days! Find a senior and purchase a ticket for $20. If you don't know a seniors, contact Tonya Smith at 325-665-4597.

SENIORS: Tickets will be handed out in your Government/Economics class on Thursday! If you need additional tickets you can stop by Mrs. Hughes's room or call Tonya Smith at 325-665-4597.
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Lady Bulldogs Run, Throw, and Jump to Victory

Last week, the Lady Bulldogs competed at the P.K. Relays in Graham!


Sarah Sanchez- 2nd in the 100

Kenyah Maroney- 2nd in the 200

Morgan Travis- 6th in the 200

Avery Stevenson- 6th in 1600, 3rd in the 3200

Mycala Reed- 2nd in the 300hurdles

Faith Womack, M'lia Whitman, Morgan Travis, & Sarah Sanchez- 3rd in the 4x1

Emma Melton, M'lia Whitman, Alyssa Arguijo, & Kenyah Maroney- 2nd in 4x2

M'lia Whitman, Kate Kelfstrom, Kenyah Maroney, & Emma Melton- 2nd in 4x4

Elena Hoffman- 1st in shot put

Jazzy Landeros- 3rd in shot put

Gracie Hurst- 5th in discus

Jaron McAden- 1st in high jump

Emma Melton- 3rd in pole vault

Ambry Pack- 4th in pole vault

M'lia Whitman- 6th in triple jump

Join the color guard!

The Wylie Pure Gold Band is the place to be! We want you to join the WHS Color Guard! Check out how to be part of this amazing group!
Join Wylie Color Guard
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Time for Course Selections

It's time to start thinking about courses for next school year! Check out the WHS Counseling webpage to learn how to choose your courses. Information will be added as registration dates near for each grade level. Registration windows are below.


Current Juniors: March 17 - March 26

Current Sophomores: March 29 - April 9

Current Freshmen: April 14 - April 26


Registration windows open at 6:00 PM on each open date and close at 11:59 PM on the closing date.

Get your prom tickets

It’s Time to get your 2021 Junior/Senior Prom Tickets! Purchase your tickets online by click here or the invite below! Seniors, you get a free ticket. Be sure to enter your student ID number in the coupon code box at checkout. Tickets for Juniors and guests are $50. Sophomores may attend ONLY if invited by a Junior or Senior. Freshmen are not allowed at Prom.


IF YOU ARE BRINGING A GUEST FROM ANOTHER SCHOOL: You must obtain a form from the office, have it completed by your guest’s school and return it to the office by March 29, 2021. All students will need to show their student ID. You will not be allowed to bring a guest who graduated high school before 2020.

Is it summer yet?

Project graduation is selling super RAD shirts and tanks! The deadline to order is April 1. This is a pre-order, so delivery will be 2-3 weeks after the deadline. Shirts will be picked up at Lil Cattilac after notification that they are ready. All proceeds go to Wylie Project Graduation.


Click here to order!

STAAR Test News for High School

Recently news spread throughout the state that students enrolled as an At-Home Learner would not have to take STAAR tests. While this is true for primary students, all high school students must take STAAR EOC exams as they are a requirement for graduation. The state did not waive this requirement. The first EOC exams will be on April 6 and April 8 for English 1 and English 2.

Read the state's release here.
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What's next, Seniors?

Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas is hosting a "What's Next?" Senior Event on Friday, April 23 from 9:00 AM-1:00 PM to provide and opportunity for senior students to meet college, career, and military representatives. If interested, you can register here.

Project Graduation Golf Tournament

The Class of 2021 is hosting a golf tournament to raise money for Project Graduation.
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Write for the Paw Print

Anyone interested in joining next year's Paw Print Newspaper staff, please stop by Mrs. Gilreath's room (605) to pick up an application. Applications will be outside the classroom door and due by March 30.

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.
check your grades

Grades for the 4th Six Weeks have now been posted! Stay up to date on your grades.

Senior Scholarship Opportunities

The WHS Counselors now have scholarship opportunities listed on their website! The website will be updated as scholarships are sent to the counseling department. Many scholarship applications begin closing soon, so check them out soon!


WHS Counseling Scholarship Page

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.

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!

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