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 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

  Tuesday, May 30, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY:  1955 Brian Kobilka, American Nobel Prize winning chemistry professor, was born in Minnesota         

DAILY QUOTE: If you really want something bad enough, if you're really interested in something enough, you know, you just keep working on it.      ~Brian Kobilka

 

GENERAL:   

1.       Students are not allowed to go into TAK during lunch.  Students are not allowed at TAK without adult supervision during school hours.​

2.     The library will be closed after lunch tomorrow to attend a meeting...PLAN AHEAD!!!

3.      Yearbooks will be distributed tomorrow for seniors at lunch and after school in the MPR.  Freshmen, sophomores and juniors may pick up their yearbooks at lunch or after school Thursday in the MPR.  You must pick up your own book. Bring a photo ID.

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CAREER CENTER:  

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CLASSES:

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SPORTS:

1.     Gymnastics:  Meeting Thursday at the gym hallway during lunch.

 

CLUBS:

1.     PAC:  Meeting tomorrow during lunch in the drama room.

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WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

May                                                                                                       

04 PTSA Meeting Elections 6:30 p.m. Library                                           

08 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
 

                             

 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

 Friday, May 26, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY:  1907 John Wayne, American actor, was born in Iowa

DAILY QUOTE:  Tomorrow hopes we have learned something from yesterday.    ~John Wayne

 

GENERAL:   

1.     Huskies, if you ride your bike to school, you must lock it up in the bike racks only.  Bikes may not be locked onto a pole or gate. Your lock will be cut and your bike will be confiscated.

2.       Students are not allowed to go into TAK during lunch.  Students are not allowed at TAK without adult supervision during school hours.​

3.     Husky Gear blow-out sale today at lunch in the AMP.  Sale ends today.  

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CAREER CENTER:  

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WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

May                                                                                                       

04 PTSA Meeting Elections 6:30 p.m. Library                                           

08 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
 

                                               

 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

 Thursday, May 25, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY: 1803 Ralph Waldo Emerson, American essayist/philosopher, was born in Massachusetts   

DAILY QUOTE:  What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies inside of you.   ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

GENERAL:   

1.     Wear Orange and Black every Friday for a chance to get a donut during Husky Period!

2.     Math tutorial available on Thursdays during lunch and after school.  See flyer in your math class for locations.

3.       Students are not allowed to go into TAK during lunch.  Students are not allowed at TAK without adult supervision during school hours.​

4.     Husky Gear blow-out sale this week in the AMP during lunch.  

5.       The deadline on Art Show submissions has been extended to May 30th.

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CAREER CENTER:  

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CLASSES:

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SPORTS:

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CLUBS:

1.     Culinary Arts:  Meeting today during lunch in room 96.

2.     ASL Club:  Meeting today in room 34, Mr. Clevenger’s classroom.  Beginners welcome.

3.     ARK Club:  Last meeting today in F241 for our end of year party.  Food provided and anyone welcome.

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WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

May                                                                                                       

04 PTSA Meeting Elections 6:30 p.m. Library                                           

08 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
 

                  

 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

 Wednesday, May 24, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY: 1941 Bob Dylan, American singer-songwriter and cultural icon, was born in Minnesota  

DAILY QUOTE: Inspiration is hard to come by. You have to take it where you find it. ~Bob Dylan

 

GENERAL:   

1.     Huskies, if you ride your bike to school, you must lock it up in the bike racks only.  Bikes may not be locked onto a pole or gate. Your lock will be cut and your bike will be confiscated.

2.       Students are not allowed to go into TAK during lunch.  Students are not allowed at TAK without adult supervision during school hours.​

3.     Husky Gear blow-out sale this week in the AMP during lunch.  

4.     The deadline on Art Show submissions has been extended to May 30th.

5.      

 

CAREER CENTER:  

1.      

 

CLASSES:

1.        

 

SPORTS:

1.      

 

CLUBS:

1.     PAC:  Meeting today during lunch in the drama room.

2.     Youth Alive:  Meeting today during lunch.  

3.     Culinary Arts:  Meeting tomorrow during lunch in room 96.

4.     ASL Club:  Meeting tomorrow in room 34, Mr. Clevenger’s classroom.  Beginners welcome.

5.     ARK Club:  Last meeting tomorrow in F241 for our end of year party.  Food provided and anyone welcome.

6.     Link Crew:  Introductory meeting today during lunch in room E123.  If you applied or are interested, attend this meeting.

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WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

May                                                                                                       

04 PTSA Meeting Elections 6:30 p.m. Library                                           

08 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
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