The high school track team competed at the Sectionals track meet last Saturday, and did extremely well. The weather was perfect besides a little wind. Most of the events that made it to Sectionals made it on to state.
4×200 – 3rd place Marriah Seider, Hope Yarick, Jordann Wheatley, and Traci Stevener 1.53.3
4×100 – 2nd place Jordann Wheatley, Hope Yarick, Whitli Thomas, and Traci Stevener 53.5
4×400 – 4th place Hope Yarick, Ashley Breckenridge, Jordann Wheatley, and Traci Stevener 4:21.1
Pole Vault – 4th place Jordann Wheatley 8′
200m 5th place – Hope Yarick 27.8
4×800 – 4th place Spencer Gould, Logan Wheatley, Austin King, and Jairus Beckett 8:49.9
Pole Vault – 2nd place Logan Wheatley and 3rd place Spencer Gould 12′
4×400 – 7th place 3:50.4
Triple Jump – 5th place Jackson Duncan 37′ 8 1/2″
400m 6th place – Jairus Beckett 54.9
The events that are in bold (4th place and up) will be advancing to State, which will be held this Friday and Saturday, May 18 and 19. Congrats to all of you who advanced and good luck this weekend! Also good job to the other events that made it to Sectionals, you did a great job!
Each year the RHHS student council sells “spirit shirts” in the fall, holds the Christmas assembly to raise funds for the community food baskets, picks up trash along Walnut Street and other community service projects that arise.
Our next year student council officers for 2012-2013 are:
President – Ashley Breckenridge
V. President – Trevor Norbury
Secretary – Kenda Heckadon
Treasurer – Madi Wheatly
Historian – Lizzie Jennings
Reporter – Shelby Gould
Photographer – Hayley Klinksick
Attention to all. Doctors from the local area will be hosting free physicals for students who are interested in playing school sports for the 2012-2013 school year. The physicals will be given in the main high school building in Butler. The girls will be Monday, July 30th at 6 p.m., and the boys will be Tuesday, July 31st at 6 p.m..
Lunch Tomorrow: Chicken Patty, MPG, Peas, Peaches, & Roll
Breakfast Tomorrow: Pizza
Championship District Baseball game tonight!! at 4:00 pm in Liberal
Extra Prom group photos available for $5 each….see Mrs. Phelps
Attention Athletes: Doctors from the area will be hosting free physicals for students who are interested in participating in interscholastic sports for the school year 2012-2013. They physicals will be given in the main high school building in Butler. Girls start at 6 pm, Monday, July 30th and boys start at 6 pm, Tuesday, July 31st.
Alumni Basketball Game: Friday, May 18th at Rich Hill. Tigers vs. Hume Hornets. First game begins at 6:30. 2012 graduates are invited to play. See Kelly Gayman or Katy Green for more information or to sign up.
Last night the Tigers traveled to Liberal for the second round of district play. The Tigers faced off against the Sheldon Panthers for the third time this season. Being run ruled by the Panthers the first two games, the Tigers were out for revenge. With Trevor Norbury pitching for the night he came out with eight strikeouts. The Tigers batted very good scoring twelve runs, and holding Sheldon to only one. The Tigers got their revenge by run ruling the Panthers after five innings. Trevor Norbury had a home run, and Trevor Delozier was two for three at the plate with three RBIs. Coach Andula said that his team hit very well and pitched well.
The Tigers will be playing in the district championship game on Monday, May 14 at Liberal against the Liberal Bulldogs. Come support the Tigers and cheer them on!
Mrs. Will’s Classic Literature class did a section this year over the Holocaust. They read many documenteries, and stories, watched movies over it, and read papers. Some of the movies included Schindlers List and The Boy in the Striped Pajamas. Each student was given a Jewish child that they had to look up on the internet and read about their life during the holocaust, and whether they lived or not. Mrs. Wills put the class into five groups by having them each draw a camp name out of a hat. The people with the same camp names were in a group together. Each group had to make a poster of their Jewish child, make a fake diary that their child wrote that looks realistic and old, write a research paper over their camp, make a powerpoint over thier camp, print out the internet page over their child, and make a fake obituary if their child died or a autobiography if they lived. The groups consisted of four students each, except one group of five. Also, towards the end of the project, a guest speaker, a daughter of a holocaust survivor, came and spoke to all the students in the Classic Literature class about what her mother went through and how the times were. She showed the students pictures, and documents from the Holocaust. Many of the students said this gave them a better understanding of what it was like and gave them a more emotional view point of the Holocaust. They also said it makes it seem more real now, at first it was just something that they learned about every year in school, and something they never put much thought into, until she came and told her mom’s story.