ATHLETIC FORMS 2014-15

 

PHYSICAL FORM

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

 

 

 

 

November 26, 2014
Discovery Education testing
Navy representative here during lunch hours--11:00-12:00
2 PM dismissal
Boys' Basketball Thanksgiving Tournament @ Metro East Lutheran vs. Cleveland ROTC--5 PM
November 27, 2014
No School--Thanksgiving Break
November 28, 2014
No School--Thanksgiving Break
Girls' Basketball Thansgiving Tournament @ Pana vs. Central A & M--6:00 PM
Boys' Basketball Thanksgiving Tournament @ Metro East Lutheran
November 29, 2014
Girls' Basketball Thansgiving Tournament @ Pana vs. Mattoon--6:00 PM
Boys' Basketball Thanksgiving Tournament @ Metro East Lutheran
December 1, 2014
Girls' Basketball vs. East Alton-Wood River @ Home--6 PM
December 2, 2014
ETS Holiday Workshop during SAS
Scholastic Bowl--SCSL Divisional Playoffs @ TBA--4:30 PM
Boys' Basketball @ Carrollton--6:15
December 3, 2014
12:00 PM Dismissal
Bowling vs. East Alton-Wood River @ home alley--3:45 PM
December 4, 2014
Boys' Basketball vs. Bunker Hill @ home--6 PM
December 6, 2014
Scholastic Bowl SCSL Fall Conference Tournament @ home--9:00 AM
Girls' Basketball vs. Vandalia @ home--1:00 PM
December 8, 2014
Bowling vs. Alton @ home alley--3:45 PM
Scheduling for Success--grades 9-12 from 6-8 PM
December 9, 2014
Bowling vs. Metro East Lutheran @ home alley--3:45 PM
Boy s' Basketball vs. Litchfield @ home--5 PM
December 11, 2014
Girls' Bowling @ Pana--3:45 PM
December 12, 2014
Boys' Basketball @ Carlinville--6 PM
December 13, 2014
Girls' Basketball @ Breese Mater Dei--12 PM
Scholastic Bowl SW Trivia Night--6:00-10:00 PM
December 15, 2014
Senior pictures must be turned in to Mrs. Ruyle for the yearbook
Girls' Basketball @ Pana--6 PM
December 16, 2014
Boys' Basketball @ Staunton--6 PM
December 17, 2014
1st Semester Finals
December 18, 2014
1st semester Finals
2 PM Dismissal
Bowling vs. Roxana @ home alley--3:45 PM
Girls' Basketball vs. Litchfield @ home--6 PM
December 19, 2014
1st semester Finals
2 PM Dismissal
1st Semester Ends
Boys' Basketball @ Jerseyville--6 PM
December 20, 2014
Christmas break starts
Boys' Basketball @ Illinois College Shootout vs. Payson Seymour--12:30 PM
Girls' Basketball vs. Pleasant Plains @ home--5 PM
December 26, 2014
Girls' Basketball @ Jerseyville Christmas Tournament--TBA
Boys' Basketball @ Freeburg Christmas Tournament--TBA
December 27, 2014
Girls' Basketball @ Jerseyville Christmas Tournament--TBA
Boys' Basketball @ Freeburg Christmas Tournament--TBA
December 29, 2014
Girls' Basketball @ Jerseyville Christmas Tournament--TBA
Boys' Basketball @ Freeburg Christmas Tournament--TBA
December 30, 2014
Boys' Basketball @ Freeburg Christmas Tournament--TBA
January 5, 2014
No school--Teacher Institute
January 6, 2014
Students return to school
Girls' Basketball vs. Greenville @ home--6 PM
Boys' Basketball @ Greenville--6 PM

 

SOUTHWESTERN
COMMUNITY UNIT DISTRICT 9
"Southwestern Students Succeed"


ATTENTION: PLEASE READ
We have several students out with illness ..
One of the best ways to prevent the spread of illness is through frequent hand washing and proper
technique. Proper hand washing technique, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC), includes:
• Use soap and running water.
• Rub your hands vigorously as you wash them for 20 seconds.
• Wash all surfaces (including backs of hands, wrists, between fingers and under fingernails).
• Rinse well
• Dryhands.
If soap and rmming water are not available, use of an EPA approved hand sanitizer is recommended when
hands are not visibly dirty.
It is important to wash your hands frequently, including:
• Before and after eating.
• After using the bathroom.
• After contact with body fluids or changing diapers.
• After blowing your nose.
• After coughing or sneezing.
• Before you touch your eyes, mouth or nose.
• After being in a crowded public space.
Other good habits, such as getting plenty of sleep, engaging in physical activity, managing stress,
drinking water, and eating good food, will help you stay healthy all year.
If you or your child, have symptoms of an illness (e.g. fever, coughing, body aches, vomiting, dianhea,
sore throat, rash, or inflammation ofthe eyes or eye lids), we recommend:
• Staying home from work or school to reduce the risk of exposing others.
• Covering your nose and mouth with a tissue whenever you cough or sneeze. Put the used tissue in
the waste basket.
• If you don't have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your upper sleeve.
Students that have been ill should be fever free and off fever reducing medications for 24 hours, before
returning to school.
Sincerely,
Mark Bearley

SOUTHWESTERN
COMMUNITY UNIT DISTRICT 9
"Southwestern Students Succeed"


After speaking with the drug task force and local law enforcement agencies, we want to inform
parents and guardians that one of the biggest growing concerns in the area is the abuse of
prescription drugs, marijuana, and heroin by young adults. As a result of this information, the high
school and middle school are having the drug task force present to students about the dangers and
consequences of these drugs. We encourage parents to also talk to their children about the dangers
and consequences of using these drugs.


The drug task force also wants parents to be aware that children in the area are selling and/or
trading their prescription medication for other drugs. Please pay careful attention to the
prescription medications that you have in your house. Children taking prescription medications that
are not their own can cause serious injuries and even death.


Students in both the high school and middle school will be closely monitored due to the recent
trends in illegal use of drugs in rural Illinois. We are doing our best to educate and inform students,
and we also want to inform parents that these activities are unfortunately taking place in our area. A
combined effort between home and school will help ensure we take another step forward in
keeping our school system and communities a safe environment.


We encourage parents to contact our school resource officer, Deputy Dan Mathis, if you have any
questions or concerns. His number is 618-729-3211 ext. 1105.

Scott Hopkins

Middle School Principal

 

Mark Bearley
High School Principal