WHS - Daily Announcements
NEW April 23:
Jefferson County Schools is seeking input from parents and community regarding the two draft calendars for the 2014-2015 school year. A survey has been posted on the JCS website for community and parent comments. The survey will be open for comment until 2 pm on Thursday, April 24, 2014. Parents and community are encouraged to complete the survey as we value your input. We thank you for taking time to complete the survey.
|NEW April 23: A new link has been posted on the WHS home page under Quick Links with information about the upcoming testing for our juniors.|
April 23: Auditions for the 2014-15 WHS Acting class will take place on April 23 at 3:00 pm in room F110. Students interesting in auditioning must come to one of the days ready to perform a prepared, memorized 1-2 minute monologue.
|April 23: Attention all Student Government members, the last SGA meeting of the year is scheduled for April 23 from 2:45-3:30 in G117|
|April 24: The WHS Band Boosters will be hosting a Spirit Night at Sweet Frogs on Thursday, April 24, from 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Just tell them at the register it's for the band. The Spring Band Concert starts at 7:00 pm. Stop in before or after the concert.|
April 26: Join us down the rabbit hole as we visit Alice in Wonderland for our Junior/Senior Prom. Prom will be held at Washington High School on Saturday, April 26, 2014, from 8:00-11:00 pm. Congratulations to the 2014 WHS Prom Court:
Princesses: Brianna Cupp, Brianna Hester, Rebecca Huff, Breanna Reynolds, and Katelyn Silveous
Princes: Kevin Coleman, Colin Gustines, Matt Harris, and Austin Silveous
April 28: WVU SigEp Building Balanced Men Scholarship applications are now available in the Guidance Office for a male student accepted to WVU for the Fall of 2014. Applicants have no obligation to join SigEp to be eligible for the scholarship. Deadline to apply is April 28, 2014.
April 30: Seniors planning on pursuing a career in the Health Sciences field should apply for the University Healthcare Jefferson Medical Center Scholarship. Information is available in the Guidance Office. Deadline to apply is April 30.
|May 1: The Washington High School Theatre Department will be presenting the one-act play, These Wonderful Years, on Thursday, May 1, and Saturday, May 3, at 7 pm in the WHS auditorium. In this insightful play, actors play a variety of characters that are caught in the quicksand called high school. Some are making major decisions; some are dealing wtih major obstacles in their lives. During the short play, your emotions are sure to be tugged. This play is being presented in efforts to raise awareness for ending domestic violence and sexual assault. Admission for students is free and $5 for adults.|
|May 14: WHS Senior Awards Night, 6:00 pm, in the WHS Auditorium.|
|May 21: WHS Senior Diploma Signing, 6:00 pm, in the WHS Auditorium.|
|May 22: WHS Graduation practice, 8:00 am at WHS.|
|May 23: WHS Graduation at the Butcher Center, Shepherd University, 7:00 pm.|
|June 3: Converted to a regular Instructional day of school (from IS day)|
|June 4: Converted to a regular Instructional day of school (from CE day)|
|June 5, 6, 9, 10, and 11: Converted to regular Instructional days of school (from OS days)|
|June 12: Converted to an IS day (from OS day). Students will attend school with a 2-hour early release|
June 13: The Annual Free Sport’s Physical Day, will be held on Friday, June 13, 2014, from 1:00-3:00 pm at Harpers Ferry Family Medicine, 171 Taylor Street, Harpers Ferry.
1. Students need to print a physical form and have it completed and signed by parent/guardian or the doctor will not perform the physical.
2. No copies of the completed forms will be given or kept in the office.
3. Students are not to line up prior to 12:30 since there are morning patients.
4. Line forms outside; students should have water bottles to keep hydrated.
5. Students should wear appropriate clothing for being outside in the sun or rain.
Attention High School Athletes Interested in Participating in NCAA Sports: New rules will be implemented by the NCAA for student-athletes planning to participate in Division I or Division II athletics at the college level. The NCAA determines a college student-athlete's eligibility. It is the student's and the parent's/guardian's responsibility to check with the National College Athletic Association (NCAA) and their post-secondary institution before completing or adjusting the student's schedule. The NCAA currently only accepts college preparatory classes and above. If a student-athlete wishes to participate in collegiate sports, the student and parent are advised to meet with the school counselor. Review the link posted below for the information:
Email announcements to: firstname.lastname@example.org
2:45 PM - 3:30 PM WHS - Student Government Meeting
6:00 PM WHS - Senior Awards Night
6:00 PM WHS - Senior Diploma Signing