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PAGE 8 "" THE FLORALA NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2011 !.: i',i FLORALA HIGH SCHOOL Homecoming Court: (l-r) 7th Grade Attendant - Kaylee McDaniel; 8th Grade Attendant - Destiny Castle; l ith Grade Attendant - Kendyl Mc, Daniel; Senior Attendant - Keerie Kimbril; Queen - Paige Irwin; Se- nior Maid - Shelby Cassady; lOth Grade Attendant - Lynd- see Edwards; 9th Grade Attendant - Bailea Rickett . (At right) CROWNING OF QUEEN- Pat Scofield escorts Queen Paige Irwin as Principal Donnie Powell crowns her at the football game Friday night. (Bottom photo) FHS Cheerleaders: (l-r) Haley Maxey, Victoria Powell, Katherine White, Karlie Holmes, Angela Radford, Toni Flock, and Brittany Jones WSH Extended DayProgram The students at W.S. Harlan Elementary have the op- portunity to attend the After School Program Monday thru Friday from 2:45 until 5:30 pm. This program is designed to help students who are struggling in academic work and need some one on one time to have that help they need. The students are also offered a nutritious Snack and play time during the After School Program. Throughout the school year, the children will have special prdjects during the Af- ter School Program to be involved in, We have a green house that we plan to purchase soil, seeds and pots and al- low the children to plant and see them grow. The students will also attend field trips throughout the school year. We would like to invite each One of you to attend our Extended Day Program each afternoon from 2:45pm to 5:30pm, the price is $10.00 per week for full time students and $3.00 per day for part/time. If you have any questions, please call W.S. Harlan at 334-858-3294. Open House at FHS A. Title One Parent Meeting and Open House will be held at Florala High School an Tuesday, October 18. The meet- ing is designed for parents, to have the opportunity to dis- cuss their student'sprogress with his qrher teachers. The Title One Parent Meeting and )pen House will be held from 6:00-7:45 p.m. on Tuesday evening. Parents may meet with any or all of their student's teachers to discuss ways of improving their performance in the classroom. To accommodate as many parents as possible, Florala High Scho?l asks that meetings be limited to five minutes per teacher. If additional time is needed, other meeting times can be arranged with the student's teachers. Teachers .will be in their respective rooms. The Title One Parent Meeting and Open House is a' unique opportunity to gain a fresh perspective on students' progress in chool and o share parental insights with the teacher. Parents are urged to use this limited time to its best advantage. * Senior recognition night set POWDER PUFF GAME The Florala Booster and Alumni Club, along with the Band Boosters, will be honoring the senior players (foot- ball, cheerleaders, band and volleyball) on Friday night, October 21. The recognition ceremony will begin at approximately .6:20 p.m. Parents of all senior players are asked to join their child on the field for the ceremony. For additional in- formation, call 858-3765. Wildcats fall to Bulldogs The Florala Wildcats fell to the Geneva County Bulldogs 41-19 during their homecoming game last Friday night. The Bnlldogs took an early lead and never looked back. By halftime, they led the matchup by a score of 35-6. The Wildcats put another score on the board during the third period of play to make the score 41-13. During the fourth period, the Wildcats scored on an Aus- tin McNeill pass to Ryan Jordan to make the final score 41-19. ' Florala High School kicked off their home- coming festivities with their annual Powder Puff football game last Monday night. Students and fans gathered at FHS to watch cheerleaders, band members and other female students battle it out on the football field as Victorious Secrets took on the Wolf Pack. FHS Head Coach Justin Jones and Assistant Coaches Bubba NaU and Daniel Allison served as referees for the game and FHS Wildcats served as coaches. The girls got busy once the whistle. biew and they played four hard quarters of Wild- cat football. Victorious Secrets struck first and were able to make it to the end zone three times before the final whistle blew. The Wolf Pack displayed a valiant effort, they were unable to maintain the run of the Victorious Secrets and were unable to make it in the end zone. (Photo by Jan Allred) David Windham of Florala won the heat and feature Saturday night at Southern Raceway, a 3~8-mile dirt sponsored by Florala Pharmacy and Norman's Garage. events in the Hobby Division last track located in Milton, FL. He is t FHS HOMECOMING PARADE "Round up the Paps. " FLOAT WINNER was the 7th grade class entitled, . . If" "Mr Rattler, you are NOT allowed to play Jenna and Judd Goolsby were playing at a family pond, when this monster appeared amongst them. They ran screaming and scared t6 death, each in a different direction. The snake measured 5 foot inches long, had 15 rattlers and a button. They are the children of Jeff and Janie Goolsby of Florala. .