Boxtop Race is ON
It is close to the boxtop submission date October 16-Oct 27 2017.
Last year we collected $742.00 in elem and $86.00 in JH in boxtop submissions. The race is on for the next 2 weeks to see which class can bring in the most boxtops. Elementary students will bring to home room teachers and the JH students will bring to their 2nd period teacher. Our school receives 10 cents for every valid boxtop we send in. Expired boxtops or partial boxtops are not redeemable.
Attached is a list of current products that carry a boxtop.
Last year we used the money in the elementary toward field day shirts for every student. In JH the money was towards incentive lunches for good behaviors.
We encourage you to clean out those drawers and send those boxtops in. PS doesn't hurt to ask grandparents, aunt, uncles, cousins and neighbors to send theirs in also.
The winning Elem class will have a coke and popcorn party with the principal, the winning JH class will have a coke and candy party with the principal.
Meet Mr. Longcrier
Mr Roy Longcrier JH/HS Principal
I am an Air Force brat. My family moved so frequently, I attended 6 different schools by the time I reached high school. I actually attended Petrolia, where I eventually graduated, three separate times, 2nd grade, 7th grade, and 9-12th.
My undergraduate degree in business was extracted from MSU, then home of the Indians. I worked as a copier salesman for a few years before starting a career as a stock broker. My career in the investment business lasted until 1997, when an investment sale turned into a teaching job at Notre Dame. I taught for one year at Notre Dame.
My tenure at Notre Dame was cut short when Casey Rodgers contacted me for an interview at Windthorst. I am sure Mr. Neeb had a hand in it, as he evaluated me at Notre Dame, or perhaps it demonstrates how desperate Casey was for someone to teach and work on the school’s network. I prefer the first option.
I taught exactly 10 years in Windthorst. By the end of my Windthorst occupation, I had added a M.Ed from Wayland in Wichita Falls, and I had also received my principal’s certification.
After I left Windthorst, I spent 2 years in Buffalo, Texas as an assistant principal, another 5 in Taylor, Texas in the same capacity. My last stop was 2 years in Manor, Texas as director of safety and student management.
My family consists of my beautiful wife Jeanne, 4 daughters and 1 son – and 6 grandchildren. We live in Wichita Falls in a home my wife is currently upgrading, aggressively.
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