Weatherford High School Ninth Grade Center

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Carefully balancing on the tiny rolling carts, NGC students play a game of Human Hungry Hippo at the pep rally.

In the game of Knock Out, only two contestants remain...can you guess who the crowd is rooting for?

Waving to the crowd from their stunt, the cheerleaders smile all toasty warm in their Christmas sweaters.

Shaking her pink and white pom poms, a cheerleader smiles at the Pink Out pep rally in October.

As Mr. Hutchings introduces each teacher in the Ugly Christmas Sweater contest, Mrs. Powell explains that her costume is inspired by "Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer".

Linked arm in arm, the freshman football players gather together for the traditional Roo Pride chant.

Wearing red, green and gold garland around his neck, the drummer performs with the WHS Drum Line at the NGC pep rally.

Clapping for the teachers in the Ugly Christmas Sweater contest, the freshman boys basketball players laugh and cheer for their favorite.

Two freshman boys share a laugh at the NGC pep rally.

Smiling for a quick picture, two freshman volleyball players are dressed in their Pink Out Volleyball shirts.

Smiling for the student body, the freshman Blue Belle gets ready to perform their routine.

Getting ready for the Knock Out game, this freshman girls basketball player is wearing her LRFL team shirt.

Never one to lose, Mr. Hutchings tries to defeat both the boys and girls basketball team representatives at a game of Knock Out.

Aiming for the basket, the freshman basketball player tries to concentrate as Coach Maier encourages him in the game of Knock Out.

Wearing his Fa-la-la-la-Llama sweater, this freshman donning an elf hat (and ears) smiles after winning the Christmas Sweater contest.

Lined up in perfect rows, the Blue Belles take the gym floor and prepare to dazzle the NGC student body.

With poms held high over head, the NGC cheerleaders smile as they lead the crowded gym in a spirit chant.

Dressed in his Christmas best (some might argue his worst!), Bucky the Roo struts his stuff at the NGC winter sports pep rally in December.

As tiny colorful balls drift across the gym floor, teams of two quickly work to scoop them up in their laundry baskets.

After winning the Ugly Christmas Sweater contest, Mrs. Powell celebrates with the crowd.

Laughing with a friend, this girl can't believe the site before her eyes -- a life-sized Human Hungry Hippo game!

Relaxing with a group of freshman boys, Bucky The Roo sits on the bleachers enjoying the show.

Dolled up in pink hair bows, the freshman cheerleaders perform a dance for the Pink Out pep rally.

Red is the new blue when it comes to the winter sports pep rally where cheerleaders replace their traditional outfits with "ugly" holiday sweaters.

Singing acapella, Savannah Harvey wows the freshman student body with her rendition of the National Anthem.

At the conclusion of the winter sports pep rally, the Cheerleaders honor the traditional school song.

Dressed in blue sequins, the freshman Blue Belles line up for their pep rally performance at the winter sports pep rally.

Freshman football players sing the school song.

News and Announcements

Important Message for NGC Families

We want to make you aware of the loss of one of our Ninth Grade students. Ryan Segar passed away late Friday night, February 9, 2018, due to an auto accident. Ryan was a wonderful young man who loved his engineering class and enjoyed band. Ryan had many friends and will be deeply missed by our students and staff.

We feel it is important for all parents to know of his death to allow each of you the opportunity to speak with your child(ren) about it in a manner most appropriate to your beliefs before classes resume on Monday.

Our counselors and administrators will be visiting with students on Monday to check on them, talk about the grief process, and allow them time to share their remembrances.

As an added measure of care, we will have counselors available to assist students, staff, and parents with this loss. If you have concerns about your child, please contact us and we will keep an especially close watch on them. Our counselors are here to support and assist you, if needed.

NGC 817.598.2847 Dr. Denise Thatcher
WHS 817.598.2858
Ms. Pat Hartnett (Students A-F)
Ms. Gini Lott (Students G-Ma)
Ms. Elizabeth Ward (Lead Counselor)
Ms. Cortney Trammell (Students Mc-P)
Ms. Lindsay Fuller (Students Q-Z)
Ms. Lesley Cathey (PASS Coordinator)

You may be wondering about how to help the Segar family. The family has established a GoFundMe account to help with funeral costs. At this time, the family asks that we respect their privacy. We ask that you keep the family in your thoughts during this difficult time. We will announce service arrangements as they become available.

We count it an honor to lead the Ninth Grade Center and WHS where we place a high premium on relationships with each student. We appreciate your support as we assist our students during this sad time.


RJ Rodrigue, Associate Principal
Dr. Doug Funk, Principal

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