School Announcements - February 8, 2019

Friday February 8, 2019 - B Bell, Day 4

Attention all captains for the winter and spring sports teams.

Again, the captains of the winter and spring sports teams. If you want to have your team featured on the morning TV with hype videos, highlight reels, and attendance boosting commercials, then come to room 130 after announcements TODAY to meet with our multimedia production team to discuss what we can do. Again, this meeting is only for the captains of the winter and spring sports teams, no other team members and no fall sports teams need attend.

Mr. Viking

Congratulations to the winner of this year’s Mr. Viking competition: Peyton Walp

A well earned title. However, here at W.O.O.D. TV, our Mr. Viking will always be Chris Hope!


There will be a meeting for all HOSA members immediately after announcements in Lab Room 322.

Varsity Mathletes

We will leave right after school Monday from room 127.

Show some love!  

NHS is selling Candy Grams during all lunches. Candy Grams are 50 cents each and will be delivered during homeroom on Valentine's Day.

From Aramark:

The coffee shop in the Learning Commons will reopen on Monday, February 11th. It will be open from 1st period until 3:00 in the afternoon.

We have a large selection of breakfast foods, along with assorted cold drinks and coffee. Pretzels, cookies, muffins and candy are just a few of the snacks we offer. You can also check out our collection of Wood clothing for purchase. Anyone making a purchase on Monday will get a free cookie as our thank you gift. And anyone making a purchase during the week of the 11th will be entered in a contest to win an Archbishop Wood Hoody. Come on in and check us out


The Robo-Vikings are hosting a Video Game Fundraiser on February 23rd. It’s $5 for general admission and $10 to participate in tournaments. Cash prizes will be issued to winners. Please check your emails for the sign up links.

And Finally…

In the world of humor, whomever invented the “knock knock” joke should get a “no bell” prize