Wynona News

Tennie SloneJ-C Correspondent

WYNONA SCHOOL NEWS

Submitted by Administrator

Shelly Shulanberger

The 2015-2016 school year is off to a great start. The students and teachers are adjusting well to the new changes at our school.

The junior high softball team played their first game. Although they didn’t win, they played their best and are learning skills to be team players.

The school would like to thank Gibby Gibson and Dewayne Pappan for all of their hard work over the summer. They were a huge help in mowing, weed-eating, making repairs, preparing the softball field, etc,. while Mr. Robert has been out due to an injury.

A thanks goes out to Joe Shulanberger for mowing, weed-eating, and spraying the softball field and fence perimeter for weeds.

The school would also like to thank Wayne Dilley for weed spraying the playground for weeds and stickers.

Another thank you goes to Russell Patrick for bringing his tractor and working on the softball field.

It is nice to know we have people in our community willing to step up to make our school a priority!

The high school girls will play in Glencoe at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 20. Friday, Aug. 21, will be Fall Picture Day!

If you are interested in being a school volunteer please contact the office.

POLICE CHIEF: SCHOOL’S BACK IN SESSION, WATCH SPEED!

Wynona Police Chief Brian Lenington advises drivers to remember that Wynona School’s are back in session and the speed limit through the school zone is 25 mph. It is also 25 mph in the residential areas of town.

He has installed new timers on the school lights, and they are at the north end of Wynona and beside the Baptist Church.

The school kids will be going to school in the mornings and coming home in the evenings and their safety is the town’s number one priority.

The new timers will be flashing from 7:30 a.m. until 4:10 p.m. The speed limit through town when the school zone lights are NOT flashing is 35 mph.

Our police department will be watching and citations will be issued for violators.