The theme from the Wolf Ridge Stop and Drop night was “Welcome to the 2016-17 show! Let the action and learning begin!”. Both Parents and students enjoyed a night of meeting their new teachers, dropping off school supplies, and having fun!
There’s still time to order your child’s high school pictures. If you forgot to send in an order form on the August 29, 2016 picture day, you can order pictures online from the link found here.
The May Student of the Month at Bunker Hill High School is Kathryn Smith. Kathryn is the daughter of Matthew and Diana Smith. She has two older brothers, Ryon and Dylan. Kathryn is a part of FCA, Zion Lutheran Church youth group, yearbook editor, and participated in student council. Academically, she has been honored as an honor roll student and has perfect attendance her senior year. Continue reading
Wednesday, May 11, 2016 is National School Nurse Day! We honor more than 73,000 school nurses in the United States who make a difference in the lives of children every day! The theme this year, “The School Nurse: Better Health. Better Learning.TM,” speaks of the significant healthcare roles of school nurses in school communities across the country. Continue reading
Martina Peuterbaugh, a student at Wolf Ridge Elementary, had undergone surgery for a brain tumor last year. Wolf Ridge celebrated by wearing red with her on her one year anniversary of being cancer free in April.
Teacher Appreciation Week is May 2nd-6th! Be sure sure to tell or show your teacher thanks! Student Council at the high school and elementary have planned ways to show our teachers we care. Continue reading
The April Student of the Month at Bunker Hill High School is Heidi Ostendorf, daughter of Robert and Melissa, and older sister of Ava and Robbi. In academics, Heidi is on the Principal’s List, an Illinois State Scholar, a Silver Medallion Selectee, and a member of the National Honor Society. In athletics, Heidi has participated in basketball and track, becoming Prairie State Conference Champion in the Long Jump and 800 meters. Heidi has also participated in Student Olympiad, been class president, and a Junior Grand Marshall. She is currently Senior Vice President and FFA Treasurer. Outside of school, Heidi enjoys working at Brittany Trap Range, exercising, and volunteering at church. Prom and Senior Trip are her fondest high school memories. Future plans include obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.