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October 11th Mid-Week Update
October 11th Mid-Week Update
Bloom-Vernon

Good morning Jeep Nation and happy Wednesday. We are back with news and we have a few pretty good stories for you as well. Here we go!

Jeep Jackpot is this Friday, October 13th. We have some news from our athletic boosters:

Just reminding everyone that Jeep Jackpot is this Friday 10/13 beginning at 6pm. This year's Jeep Jackpot will include Live Auctions for 6 awesome items. We will also have a Silent Auction to include 31 individual items! Come prepared to try and outbid your friends for some pretty awesome items in a friendly competition all while supporting SWHS student athletes. We look forward to seeing our ticket holders on Friday evening.

They have also included a description of the six items they are raffling off:

1. Happy Smiles-Scioto Smiles-Professional Sonicare toothbrush, Rembrandt whitening kit, smiles frame and many other professional dental supplies-$250.00 value

2. Marshall University Austin Loop Fan-Austin Loop Family-Signed Marshall practice jersey and 2-8x10 pictures of Austin Loop, Marshall University foam finger.

3. Prom/Homecoming Necessities-The Ritz, It’s in the Bag, Jacqueline Skively, Hollywood Hair (Megan Frazie), 2 Headbands, Earrings, bracelet, necklace, hair clip, spray tan-$210 value

4. Beauty Supplies-Headlines, Stultz Pharmacy, Professional beauty supplies, Headlines gift certificate, Vera Bradley bag-$235 Value

5. Shawnee Lodge Stay-Enjoy a one night’s stay in a cabin at Shawnee Lodge which sleeps 4-5 adults or a family of 8-Up to $279.00

6. Lularoe Leggins Collection-Heidi Holstein-4 pair of each size from to TC, 2 Pair of TC2 $550.00 value.

All Live and Silent Auctions for Jeep Jackpot are for Jeep Jackpot ticket holders only. Thank you for your continued support for our student athletes.

Our next story comes from Mrs. Collier in our engineering department:

South Webster engineering students were given the opportunity to tour the Scioto County Career Technical Center North Campus on Friday during Manufacturing Day.  Students were introduced to several industrial fields, such as CNC Machining, Robotic Arm Programming, Welding, and VEX Robotics. 

We would also like to add to Mrs. Collier’s story after speaking with her that the North Campus is the new center for the CTC and that is where all of those programs are held. It seems like a great opportunity for our students to get a certification and there is a business next door to that campus that is hiring graduates of those programs. Thank you for your hard work Mrs. Collier.

Mr. Newman in the junior high has sent some news down for us:

This week in 8th grade math, we started the 1st Mathcounts team at SWHS. We had 18 students attend our 1st session last Friday. Mathcounts is a national math competition with a regional competition in February that our students will compete in.

Way to go Mr. Newman for adding even more opportunities for our students.

That’s all for now Jeep Nation. We will be back with even more news later in the week. Have a great day and as always…GO JEEPS!