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Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017
Happening NOW •Boys Basketball: vs. Lincoln—JV and freshmen 4 p.m., sophomores 5:30 p.m., varsity 7 p.m. in gyms •Wrestling: Triangular vs. Rock Valley and Central Lyon, Iowa, 6:15 p.m. at George-Little Rock High School •Symphony Orchestra: “A Winter Concert” featuring incoming eighth graders 7 p.m. in auditorium
Lunch Time at WHS •Today’s lunch: Chili fritos, carrots •À la carte lines: Italian dunkers, chicken fajita, baked potato bar, chef salad, sandwiches
Group Meetings •Chemistry Club: Will meet at 3:05 p.m. today in A-217. •R&R Book Club: Will meet to discuss “32 Candles” fifth period Friday in the library. See librarian Kerri Smith if you are a member and cannot attend.
Other Reminders •Underclassmen: Attend an open house at the Career and Technical Education Academy, 4700 W. Career Circle, to learn more about programs available at the school—5-7 p.m. tonight. •Pictures: For the HonorFest video can be submitted using Instagram hashtag #whshonorfest2017 now. Send questions or submit photos to director Matt Schuldt at his e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org. NOW Thursday Staff
Co-Editors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lauren Green and Emily VanBockern Assistant Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Amy Walker Staff: Jada Cunningham, Tyler Stephens, Jhoseline Fuentes, Emily Wilcox, Madi Forseth, Sidney Kennedy, Libby Nachtigal Co-Editors-in-Chief . . . . . . Carson Herbert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and Maham Shah Adviser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jason Lueth The News of Washington is a publication of the Orange & Black Staff Washington High School–Sioux Falls, S.D. Some material courtesy of American Society of Newspaper Editors/ MCT Campus High School Newspaper Service
Vol. 22 • No. 78
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Symphony orchestra presents ‘A Winter Concert’ tonight Warrior musicians joined by incoming eighth graders By Amy Walker and Jhoseline Fuentes arrior orchestra students will present “A Winter Concert” at 7 p.m. tonight in the auditorium. Tonight’s event will feature the WHS Symphony Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra and the Fiddlers ensemble. The orchestra also will be joined by special guests, 40 eighth grade orchestra students from Patrick Henry and Whittier Middle Schools, for the last two songs. Director Karla Chiarello is excited. “I have spent the last few weeks rehearsing with the middle school students,” Chiarello said.
“WHS orchestra students will host the middle school students for a pizza party prior to our 6 p.m. final dress rehearsal.” Sophomore Olivia Roberts will be playing movements from ‘Winter’ by the Four Seasons and from the musical ‘Wicked’ tonight on the violin. Junior Madison Hollingshead is ready. “I’m really excited for the concert tonight,” Hollingshead said. “We’re challenging ourselves with harder music. We are well prepared.” Admission tonight is $5 for adults, $3 for students and $1 for senior citizens.
Boys basketball team hosts Pats
By Madi Forseth and Lauren Green Boys basketball team members will take on the Lincoln Patriots tonight in the WHS gym. The ball in the varsity game will be tossed up at 7 p.m. Freshman, sophomore and JV games precede the varsity beginning at 4 p.m. today. WHS is currently No. 1 in District 2AA while Lincoln is No. 3. The varsity, rated No. 1 this week before a hard-fought loss to No. 2 O’Gorman Tuesday, is now 5-3. Lincoln is
unrated and 3-3 and defeated Yankton Tuesday. This is the first meeting of the two teams this season. WHS will visit Lincoln on Jan. 26. Prior to the national anthem tonight, the Monogram Club of Sioux Falls and the athletic staff will honor WHS teacher Steve Sivertson by inducting him into the “Appreciation Hall of Fame” for his work with high school athletics. Senior guard Carter Klatt said he is excited for tonight’s match-up. “We worked hard in prac-
tice yesterday after the loss against O’Gorman,” Klatt said. “We focused on what we needed to work on and we feel great about our chances. Now, we just have to come out and execute.” Senior forward Jack Talley is ready. “This needs to be a high intensity game on and off the court,” Talley said. “We know what we need to accomplish to get the W.” Dress theme tonight is designated as orange crush. Regular admission prices apply.
Senior photo deadline for yearbook Friday By Deion Larsen and Emily Wilcox The deadline for submitting a senior photo for publication in the 2017 yearbook is Friday. Seniors must submit their professional senior pictures by the deadline, or their student I.D. photo will
be used. Submitted photos must be a JPEG file with a minimum of 300 dpi—no photo downloaded from the internet will be accepted due to low resolution. The photo must be 3 ½” tall by 2 ½” wide (wallet sized) and must be in color.
NOW IN YOUR E-MAIL!
Clothes and makeup must be school appropriate. Email the JPEG to SFSDWHSYearbook@ k12.sd.us or bring to the journalism lab, A-134. 2017 yearbooks are also now available for pre-order at www. Jostens.com.
Books ordered by March 1 will be available at the discounted price of $62. Books after that date will be sold at the regular price of $67. See adviser Cindy Heckenlaible or a yearbook staff member with any questions.
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Crosswords NOW Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is this Monday, Jan. 16. Today, enjoy this crossword puzzle honoring the occasion. Solution below.
1. Name of a famous speech given by MLK in 1963. 7. Guys wear it with a suit, sometimes. 8. MLK always wanted _____, not violent, demonstrations to seek change. 10. State where the Vikings play in the NFL. 11. Many people shed ___s when MLK was killed as a result of his beliefs and efforts. 12. He successfully fought oppression with peaceful protests in India. 15. MLK was able to ____ millions of people through
his speaking ability. 17. MLK was awarded with this prize for fighting against racial inequality. 19. MLK’s wife. 23. Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to move from her seat on a ___ to let a white woman take her place. 25. Separation of white and black people—MLK campaigned against it and won.
1. A little rascal might be called this. 2. State where MLK staged many protests against racial inequality. 3. You use them to see.
4. This little alien was in a moving film in the 80’s. 5. What you hope to achieve is your ___. 6. “A Few Good __” starring Tom Cruise. 9. Nation where a Civil War was fought to abolish slavery. 13. Apply gently. 14. Not well. 15. Different peoples. 16. It’s used to play pool. 18. College website ending. 20. Fix. 21. You might use it to test how cold the pool water is. 22. State where MLK worked as a church pastor. 24. One of MLK’s was named Dexter Scott King.
Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017
Thank you for your service, President Barack Obama
Aerospace firms start recruitment
I guess it is true when people say you never know how much you will miss someone until they are gone. Tuesday night, President Barack Obama said goodbye to America, giving his last speech of his presidency in the city where it all started. Obama earned applause and approval from the Chicago crowd of 18,000 people where he first launched his presidential campaign as he addressed topics relating to the economy and racism and also talked about supporting his successor, Hear me. . . President-elect Donald Trump. But what captured the attenMaham Shah tion of Americans nationwide was his heartfelt tributes to Vice President Joe Biden and First Lady Michelle Obama. He moved the hearts of listeners while praising his “brother”(Biden) and “best friend” (Michelle). He ended the night next to family, friends and those gathered to bid farewell to the leader. Well, Warriors, this is MY ode to the greatest POTUS of my lifetime. Dear Barack Hussein Obama: Thank you for going down in history as one of the most influential persons in our time. Thank you for making me feel safer in my own country. Thank you for fighting for the environment, the veterans, the Muslims, the Native Americans, the LGBTQ community, the immigrants and the medical industry. And thank you for never giving up on America. Through relentless economic problems, tragic and deadly events and hate crimes, you never lost hope for us. You will be missed. Sincerely, Proud U.S. Citizen Maham Shah Vote senior Maham Shah for president in 2036.
By Samantha Masunaga Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES — Silicon Valley and other tech centers have always been popular landing places for young engineers, with their lure of cutting-edge technology and top-notch pay. But aerospace companies are facing an even stiffer challenge as Web and computer companies, and other sectors like the auto industry, move into areas like drones and autonomous systems.
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171 Augustana students are spending January studying in 22 countries throughout the world and Hawai’i.
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Technology Watch Aerospace employers are realizing they have to dig deeper — and adjust their messaging — to capture top tech talent. They are starting to reach out earlier to potential employees — as early as elementary school or even pre-kindergarten — to get them interested in science and math. And they’re recognizing the challenge they have building awareness with a generation that never had a real space race, but grew up with Google, Snapchat and Apple as part of their daily lives. Lockheed Martin Corp. has launched a program called Generation Beyond aimed at encouraging middle school students’ interest in deep space exploration. The initiative includes a class curriculum, a downloadable Mars weather app and a traveling school bus modified so that children riding it can see the Martian landscape through the windows.
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