Week 13 Updates and Information
WHS Band-The WHS Bands would like to invite everyone to attend our 9th annual "Pops" Concert TONIGHT, at 7 p.m. We will be featuring the Jazz Band, Symphonic Band, and Wind Ensemble performing music from your favorite movies and television shows! Bring the family for an evening of outstanding entertainment - admission is $5 adults, $3 students/seniors, and free with a WHS Season Arts Pass. Don't miss out!
Drama Production-WHS Advanced Acting and Panther Players present an evening of comedy Thursday and Friday evening, May 16-17, at 7:00 p.m. Advanced Acting presents "It's Not You, It's Me" - a collection of break-ups, and Panther Players presents "I Hate Shakespeare" - Shakespeare with game shows, valley girls and zombies! Tickets are only $3 for students and are available at the door.
District Track Meet-WHS is hosting the District 4 Championships Friday, May 17. The field events begin at 4:00 pm and the running events soon after. If you want additional information about the track meet, please contact Doug Cox, WHS Athletic Director.
PLC Early Release-Wednesday, May 15 will be our last PLC early release. Students will be dismissed at 11:25 am. Students will see all of their teachers on Wednesday with shortened periods.
Academic Support Guide-The counseling center has put together an Academic Support Guide. If you are interested in checking it out, click on the link below:
AP Testing-This the last week for AP testing, if you have any questions regarding AP testing, please contact Mrs. Lewallen, AP Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 954-3134
May 13 Noon Physics
May 14 8:00 am US Government
May 15 8:00 am US History
May 16 8:00 am World History
Senior Graduation Meeting-There was a meeting for all seniors hosted by Mr. Hansen on Monday, May 13, during 3rd period (9:45-10:15) in the auditorium. Because we did not cover all of the information, we will be scheduling another meeting in the near future for all seniors.
WHS Dress Code-WHS policy requires common sense, decency and safety with regard to dress. The reason for this policy is to build and reinforce work habits and differentiate school time from any other time. School dress standards set a tone, which reinforces the learning environment. Students are to observe modesty, appropriateness and neatness in clothing and personal appearance. Halter tops, short shorts, mini skirts, spaghetti straps, strapless, bare feet, bare chest, bare stomach, bathing suits, and see-through clothing are not acceptable for regular classroom attire. Appropriate length for shorts and skirts is longer than mid-thigh.
Biology EOC-Students in the classes of 2013 and 2014 are not required to take the biology EOC to graduation. Students in the class of 2015 and beyond must pass the biology EOC to graduate. The biology EOC will be offered Friday, June 14 in the morning starting at 7:55 am.
Math EOC-Students in the class 0f 2013 & 2014 must pass one math EOC to graduate. Students in the class of 2015 and beyond must pass two math EOCs to graduate. The math EOC exams will be given Thursday, June 13 in the morning starting at 7:55 am.
Math Support- http://www.sno.wednet.edu/index.php/curriculum-resources/high-school-mathematics-resources/
Summer HSPE-IN August of every year, the state offers an administration of the High School Proficiency Exam (HSPE). We will be hosting these exams at WHS August 13-15. Writing will take place on the August 13 & 14 and Reading on August 15. We should be getting our results back for the HSPE in the next couple of weeks. At that point, we will let students and parents know the next steps.
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