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 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

 Monday, Mar 27, 2017

The pledge of allegiance:  "I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

 

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.     SURFBoardE application filing period is now open.  Go to ASB website, school website and the student center for application.  The due date is March 31st in the Student Center.  Sinead Anae is the SURF representative.  

3.     The Leadership Appointed Interview Schedule is on the ASB website and window of the Student Center.  Interviews will take place this week so dress appropriately.

4.       

 

CAREER CENTER:  

1.     Seniors planning to take the Ohlone Placement Test on Wednesday, May 29th, can sign-up in the Career Center now.  You must have your Ohone College ID#! Spaces will be limited.  The Library Computer Lab is available during Husky Period for Placement Test Review and Practice.  See Ms. Marie in the WHS Library.

2.      

CLASSES:

1.      

2.       

 

SPORTS:

1.      

 

CLUBS:

1.     K-pop Club:  Meeting today in the band room.

2.      


WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

Mar                                                                                                       

02 Showcase

02 PTSA Meeting   after Showcase in Library                                                                                           

13 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
 

                                                           

 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

  Friday, Mar 24, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY:   1912 Dorothy Height, American civil rights and women's rights activist, was born in Richmond, Virginia  

DAILY QUOTE:   Greatness is not measured by what a man or woman accomplishes, but by the opposition he or she has overcome to reach his goals.    ~Dorothy Height

 

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.       Husky's please review pages16-17 of the Husky planner regarding hats.  Your non Husky hats must not be visible and will be confiscated. Also, the dress code will be enforced and parents will be contacted for continued violations.

3.     The annual talent show will be held on Friday and Saturday in the Husky Theatre at 7:30 p.m.  Tickets are $5 w/ASB and $7 w/o ASB.

4.     SURFBoardE application filing period is now open.  Go to ASB website, school website and the student center for application.  The due date is March 31st in the Student Center.  Sinead Anae is the SURF representative.  

5.     The Leadership Appointed Interview Schedule is on the ASB website and window of the Student Center.  Interviews will take place next week so dress appropriately.

 

CAREER CENTER:  

1.      

 

CLASSES:

1.     Seniors taking Ohlone Placement Test in WHS Library 3/29/17:  Practice test links are up on the library page. You may access on your own or practice during Husky Period, with your pd. 3 teacher's permission, until 3/28/17.

2.     Seniors:  The Senior talent show auditions are on April 12th during Husky period in the Student Center.

3.     Jr’s and Sr’s:  Powder Puff pictures will be taken by the flagpole during Husky period on April 7th.  Picture order forms are in the Student Center.  

4.     Interact Club:  Meeting today during lunch in room E123.

 

SPORTS:

1.      

CLUBS:

1.      Japanime Club:  Meeting today after school in the bandroom.

2.      


WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

Mar                                                                                                       

02 Showcase

02 PTSA Meeting   after Showcase in Library                                                                                           

13 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
 

                                                                

 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

  Thursday, Mar 23, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY:  1857 Fannie Farmer, American culinary figure, was born in Boston, Massachusetts

DAILY QUOTE: I certainly feel that the time is not far distant when a knowledge of the principles of diet will be an essential part of one's education. Then mankind will eat to live, be able to do better mental and physical work and disease will be less frequent.  ~Fannie Farmer

 

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.       Husky's please review pages16-17 of the Husky planner regarding hats.  Your non Husky hats must not be visible and will be confiscated. Also, the ​dress code will be enforced and parents will be contacted for continued violations.

4.     Latino Focus Group:  First meeting today during Husky Period in the Cafeteria.  

5.      

 

CAREER CENTER:  

1.     Seniors:  Check your School Loop announcements or Naviance for, WHS senior only scholarships.  WHS Alumni, PTSA, Boosters, WHS Black Student Union/African American Male Focus Group Visible Spectrum Scholarship, Business Leaders', Centerville Jr. High and Glenmoor Elementary PTA's, Niles Rotary and Andrew Ballantyne Memorial Community Service Scholarships are included with applications attached. These scholarships are coming due soon.  Don't wait!

2.      

 

CLASSES:

1.        Seniors:  the deadline to turn in your competed Gradnite packet is March 24th.​  Don't miss your chance to go to Disneyland!  Secure your spot before they are gone!

 

SPORTS:

1.      

 

CLUBS:

1.     CSF:  Meeting tomorrow in room F243.  Membership forms for second semester will be collected.

2.     International Kitchen tickets have been counted.  See Ms. Jung in the office for more details.

3.      


WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

Mar                                                                                                       

02 Showcase

02 PTSA Meeting   after Showcase in Library                                                                                           

13 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
 

                                                        

 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

  Wednesday, Mar 22, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY:  1905 Phyllis McGinley, Pulitzer Prize winning American author of children's books and poetry, was born in Oregon

DAILY QUOTE:  Of one thing I am certain, the body is not the measure of healing, peace is the measure.     ~Phyllis McGinley

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.     Maker Faire:  Meeting today in room 65.  Join us if you make anything, cooking, robotics, ceramics, DIY projects to share.  We are planning our first ever Maker Faire.  Free popcorn served.

3.     The first Latino focus group tomorrow during Husky period in the cafeteria.  All are welcome.

4.       Husky's please review pages16-17 of the Husky planner regarding hats.  Your non Husky hats must not be visible and will be confiscated. Also, the dress code will be enforced and parents will be contacted for continued violations.

5.     Prom Ticket go on sale April 3rd in the Student Center.  $94 w/ASB and $105 w/o ASB.  Guess passes are due on April 26th.

6.     The annual talent show will be held on Friday and Saturday in the Husky Theatre at 7:30 p.m.  Tickets are $5 w/ASB and $7 w/o ASB.

7.     SURFBoardE application filing period is now open.  Go to ASB website, school website and the student center for application.  The due date is March 31st in the Student Center.  Sinead Anae is the SURF representative.   

 

CAREER CENTER:  

1.     Seniors planning to take the Ohlone Placement Test on Wednesday, May 29th, can sign-up in the Career Center now.  You must have your Ohlone College ID#! Spaces will be limited.  The Library Computer Lab is available during Husky Period for Placement Test Review and Practice.  See Ms. Marie in the WHS Library.

 

CLASSES:

1.       Seniors:  The Senior talent show auditions are on April 12th during Husky period in the Student Center.

2.     Jr’s and Sr’s:  Powder Puff pictures will be taken by the flagpole during Husky period on April 7th.  Picture order forms are in the Student Center.  

 

SPORTS:

1.      

CLUBS:

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

2.     Youth Alive:  Meeting today during lunch in room 96.  

3.     Fearlessly Feminist:  Meeting today during lunch in E124 to discuss service project.  Visit the facebook page for more info.    

4.     Talent show rehearsal for act one is today and for act two on tomorrow in the Drama Room, 3:30 – 5:00.  If you don’t attend the rehearsal, you cannot perform in the show. 

5.     International Kitchen tickets have been counted.  See Ms. Jung in the office for more details.

 

WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

Mar                                                                                                       

02 Showcase

02 PTSA Meeting   after Showcase in Library                                                                                           

13 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
 

                   

 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

   Tuesday, Mar 21, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY:  1940 Solomon Burke, American soul singer, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  

DAILY QUOTE:  Sometimes its controversy, but we all have our choices that we make.

  ~ Solomon Burke

 

GENERAL:   

1.     Maker Faire:  Meeting tomorrow in room 65.  Join us if you make anything, cooking, robotics, ceramics, DIY projects to share.  We are planning our first ever Maker Faire.  Free popcorn served.

2.     The first Latino focus group on Thursday during Husky period in the cafeteria.  All are welcome.

3.       Husky's please review pages16-17 of the Husky planner regarding hats.  Your non Husky hats must not be visible and will be confiscated. Also, ​dress code will be enforced and parents will be contacted for continued violations.

4.      

 

CAREER CENTER:  

1.     Seniors:  Check your School Loop announcements or Naviance for, WHS senior only scholarships.  WHS Alumni, PTSA, Boosters, WHS Black Student Union/African American Male Focus Group Visible Spectrum Scholarship, Business Leaders', Centerville Jr. High and Glenmoor Elementary PTA's, Niles Rotary and Andrew Ballantyne Memorial Community Service Scholarships are included with applications attached. These scholarships are coming due soon.  Don't wait!

2.      

 

CLASSES:

1.       Seniors:  the deadline to turn in your competed Gradnite packet is March 24th.​  Don't miss your chance to go to Disneyland!  Secure your spot before they are gone!

 

SPORTS:

1.      

 

CLUBS:

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

2.     Youth Alive:  Meeting tomorrow during lunch in room 96.

3.     Fearlessly Feminist:  Meeting tomorrow during lunch in E124 to discuss service project.  Visit the facebook page for more info.     

4.     Talent show rehearsal for act one is tomorrow and for act two on Thursday in the Drama Room, 3:30 – 5:00.  If you don’t attend the rehearsal, you cannot perform in the show. 


WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

Mar                                                                                                       

02 Showcase

02 PTSA Meeting   after Showcase in Library                                                                                           

13 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
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