It’s a bittersweet time of year in high schools all across the USA and Whetstone is no exception. While we celebrate the success of our seniors, we will also miss them greatly. In this final episode we send the seniors off with style, listen to their words of wisdom and have a little fun pranking them with some hand soap and a challenge to “stay clean!” Keep it classy, Whetstone!
Whetstone’s track team’s season is coming to an end. The team competed in cities last week and will be competing in districts this week.
The girls’ team places third at cities where Jamie Bossenbroek became the city champion in the 300 hurdles, and Bryn VanDommelen became a city champion in the 3200 meter run. The boys’ team also did well at cities, placing fourth.
“The city meet was more of a success than I thought it would be. Everyone ran their hardest and a lot of people had personal records,” said Whetstone sophomore Ephrayim Robinson.
The track team will be competing in the district field events Tuesday May 16th and the running events Wednesday May 17th at Hilliard Darby High School.
“The district meet is a chance to prove to everyone how hard you worked all season,” said Whetstone junior Evenson Desir.
The team is feeling very confident about districts.
“I believe that a bunch of us from the Whetstone track team can advance to regionals and beyond,” Robinson added.
Come support the Whetstone track team at Hilliard Darby High School:
Field Events – Tuesday May 16th 3:15 pm
Running Events – Wednesday May 17th 3:30 pm
Are you a parent? An uncle? An aunt? Or just an adult supporter of Whetstone High School? Then listen to this amazing fundraiser!
Whetstone PTA and Dominion PTSO are teaming up to make this event possible for people like you.
The event features many cool things including a screening of the movie Bad Moms. However, this event is for all adults: males, females, parents, friends, relatives, etc.
“All adults are welcome at this fun event. For just $20, you will get a movie ticket, food from Lavash, treats from local bakeries and Lucky’s market and chair massages from Worthington Optimum Wells,” Tiffany Grinstead said.
If you are interested in attending this event you can get tickets for just $20 at cvillebadmoms.eventbrite.com. If you are unable to attend but would still like to show your support for Whetstone and/or Dominion, you can donate to that link as well.
Get your tickets now and don’t miss out on this fantastic event to support your local schools.
Also, check out this video made by some of the Whetstone and Dominion parents:
Whetstone’s Night of Culture is April 12 from 5:30-7:30 find out more here. Also, Whetstone’s poetry slam team prepares for district competition. And, finally, we try to find out: What’s in the basement? Happy Spring Break ya’ll!
The Whetstone track season officially started March 6th. Despite the cold weather and rain, people are very excited about the upcoming season. The coaches, and Whetstone teachers, Mr. Monda and Mr. Lisi anticipate a good season.
Mr. Monda said, “I’m excited because the new kids we have, which we have a lot, have a really good attitude. A positive attitude gives positive results and they’ve been working hard.”