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 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

 Tuesday, May 23, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY: 1908 John Bardeen, American physicist, electrical engineer and co-inventor of the transistor, was born in Wisconsin         

DAILY QUOTE:  The combined results of several people working together is often much more effective than could be that of an individual scientist working alone.    ~John Bardeen

 

GENERAL:   

1.     Dancers needed for the Showcase production by the Theater Department.  If interested, see Mr. Walker in the drama room, 62, right after school today.

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 starts today during lunch in the AMP and continues thru the week.  

4.     Friday is the last day to check out books. All books are due back by June 2nd. Overdue notices went out last Friday through school loop.  Check to make sure you are clear.

5.      

 

CAREER CENTER:  

1.      

 

CLASSES:

1.        

 

SPORTS:

1.      

 

CLUBS:

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

2.     Youth Alive:  Meeting tomorrow during lunch.   

3.      


WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

May                                                                                                       

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

08 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
 

                                                             

 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

Monday, May 22, 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.     Due to testing, tomorrow is a regular bell schedule day and not 2:00 dismissal time. 

3.     Announcing the 2nd Annual W H S Spring Art Exhibit: Two Days Only! June 2nd and 5th. Opening Reception Friday June 2nd.  ANY STUDENT may enter whether or not they are currently enrolled in an Art class. Theme is “Resistance”. Deadline for Submission: May 23rd  ​See Art Teachers (Elkin, Campisano, Rodenkirk, Boissevain) for more details.

4.     Dancers needed for the Showcase production by the Theater Department.  If interested, see Mr. Walker in the drama room, 62, right after school today and tomorrow.

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

6.     Husky Gear blow-out sale starts tomorrow in the AMP during lunch and continues thru the week.   

7.     Friday is the last day to check out books. All books are due back by June 2nd. Overdue notices went out last Friday through school loop.  Check to make sure you are clear.

 

CAREER CENTER:  

1.      

2.      

 

CLASSES:

1.        

2.      

 

SPORTS:

1.     Girls Tennis:  Lunch meeting today to discuss summer open courts, conditioning, donations, and more. Please bring your lunch to Room 46 to join in the fun.

2.      

 

CLUBS:

1.      

2.      

 

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 19, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY:  1925 Malcolm X, African American human rights activist, was born in Nebraska

DAILY QUOTE: Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.    ~Malcolm X

 

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.     Due to testing, May 23rd is a regular bell schedule day and not 2:00 dismissal time. 

3.     Announcing the 2nd Annual W H S Spring Art Exhibit: Two Days Only! June 2nd and 5th. Opening Reception Friday June 2nd.  ANY STUDENT may enter whether or not they are currently enrolled in an Art class. Theme is “Resistance”. Deadline for Submission: May 23rd  ​See Art Teachers (Elkin, Campisano, Rodenkirk, Boissevain) for more details.

4.     Blood Drive:  Donation sign-ups are now closed.  Please turn in your parent consent forms by May 24th

5.     Dancers needed for the Showcase production by the Theater Department.  If interested, see Mr. Walker in the drama room, 62, right after school on Monday and Tuesday.

6.      

 

CAREER CENTER:  

1.      

 

CLASSES:

1.     Parking space applications are now available to incoming Seniors for the 2017-2018 school year. First come, first serve basis. All paperwork must be complete. Cost is $20.00. Pick up an application at your attendance window or the front desk-- before school, after school or at lunch.

2.      

 

SPORTS:

1.     Girls Tennis:  Lunch meeting on Monday to discuss summer open courts, conditioning, donations, and more. Please bring your lunch to Room 46 to join in the fun.

2.      

 

CLUBS:

1.     French Club:  Meeting today in room 44 to hold elections and discuss SF field trip.

2.      


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 18, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY: 1897 Frank Capra, Italian-American film director (It’s a Wonderful Life), was born in Italy

DAILY QUOTE:   Don't follow trends, start trends.    ~Frank Capra

 

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.     Blood Drive:  Donation sign-ups are now closed.  Please turn in your parent consent forms by May 24th.  

4.      

 

CAREER CENTER:  

1.      

 

CLASSES:

1.     Parking space applications are now available to incoming Seniors for the 2017-2018 school year. First come, first serve basis. All paperwork must be complete. Cost is $20.00. Pick up an application at your attendance window or the front desk-- before school, after school or at lunch.

2.      

 

SPORTS:

1.      

 

CLUBS:

1.     Japanime:  Friday is our annual Gaming Hall/SMASH Tournament happening after school in room F111.  $3 for Gaming Hall and $4 to enter the Tournament.  Top 3 in the Tournament will receive prizes.    

2.     French Club:  Meeting tomorrow in room 44 to hold elections and discuss SF field trip.

3.     ASL Club:  Meeting today in Mr. Clevenger’s room.  We will be learning food signs.   

4.      

 

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 17, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY:  1961 Enya, Irish singer and songwriter, was born in Ireland

DAILY QUOTE:  My core beliefs revolve around the idea that we should live to the best of our abilities-we should live and let live.    ~Enya

 

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.     Due to testing, May 23rd is a regular bell schedule day and not 2:00 dismissal time. 

3.     2nd annual Color Run in on Saturday, May 20th, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Tickets are on sale in the Student Center, $10 w/ASB and $12 w/o ASB.  Cost includes shirt, sunglasses and color packet.

4.     Announcing the 2nd Annual W H S Spring Art Exhibit: Two Days Only! June 2nd and 5th. Opening Reception Friday June 2nd.  ANY STUDENT may enter whether or not they are currently enrolled in an Art class. Theme is “Resistance”. Deadline for Submission: May 23rd  ​See Art Teachers (Elkin, Campisano, Rodenkirk, Boissevain) for more details.

5.     Blood Drive:  Today is the last day to sign-up to donate blood.  Spots are very limited.  Don’t forget to turn in consent forms.

6.      

 

CAREER CENTER:  

1.      

 

CLASSES

1.     Parking space applications are now available to incoming Seniors for the 2017-2018 school year. First come, first serve basis. All paperwork must be complete. Cost is $20.00. Pick up an application at your attendance window or the front desk-- before school, after school or at lunch.

 

SPORTS:

1.      

 

CLUBS:

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

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

3.     MECHA:  Meeting today during lunch in room 43 to discuss elections for next year’s leaders.

4.      


WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

May                                                                                                       

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

08 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
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