WCH Veterans Day Activities

Washington Court House City Schools is hosting many events in the coming days to celebrate Veterans Day and the service of local veterans and current members of the United States Armed Forces. 

The first grade classes at Cherry Hill Primary School will be presenting their annual Veterans Day Program on Wednesday, November 6th , and Thursday, November 7th , at 1:30pm. The Little Lions will be performing classic patriotic tunes, as well as some new songs celebrating the red, white, and blue. Half of the 1st Grade classes will perform on Wednesday, and the other half will perform on Thursday. 

On Wednesday, the classes of Hedrick, Carter, Woods, and Null will perform and the classes of Wahl, Dye, Lynch, Mustain, and Taylor will perform on Thursday. 

On Friday, join Belle Aire for an afternoon of presentations of the history and importance of military traditions. With presentations on topics such as the Table of Remembrance, the Pledge of Allegiance, and folding the flag, this student-lead assembly shows their leadership in research to honor those who have and continue to serve our country. This half an hour event will begin at 1:45 PM. 

On Monday, November 11th , Washington High School cordially invites all Veterans and current service members to join the Blue Lions for a free meal. This event is an opportunity to kick back, relax, and enjoy a quality meal for free. Enter through the gymnasium doors at any time between 11:00 AM and 12:30 PM and take a seat at any available table. A Student Council representative will assist the guest from there, as they are eager to serve those who have served for them. 

The menu will consist of a full and hearty meal, featuring main course items such as chicken and Salisbury steak, as well as multiple sides, drinks, and dessert options. At 12:30, WHS will host their annual Americanism assembly in Liberty Hall, and all are welcome to attend the presentation as well. Students who have earned recognition for the American Legion Americanism test and essay will be recognized in the short assembly.

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