Wednesday we are on Early Release Wednesday Schedule #4.
Thursday we are on 6-Period Schedule #2.
Hello Falcons! Volunteers Needed for College & Career Night, March 28th!
On Thursday, March 28th, we will hold our College and Career Night at Woodinville High School (4:30-8:30). Mrs. Krochmalny is in need of student volunteers for this event. So if you need Honor Society Hours (for next year), Key Club hours, want to add to your college application (colleges like that), want to connect with a college admissions rep or you just want to help, awesome!
If you are interested in volunteering, see Mrs. Krochmalny in the College and Career Center. Dinner will be provided for all those who will be helping. We need about 40 people for the evening.
IMPORTANT PARKING INFORMATION:
Due to the increase in WHS spring sports and activities this spring season, we are close to capacity for on-campus parking. We are currently evaluating if it is possible to accommodate Sophomores for parking permits.
During this time, we are asking that only those students with current spring passes park on campus. This way we can get an accurate and consistent count of the open spots. If you drive to school, please park in the designated parking areas (whether on-campus or street parking) to avoid a ticket.
Over the next week, we will determine if there are enough open spots to issue permits for some sophomores. If so, we may conduct a lottery for remaining parking spots.
We will let you know as soon as we can offer any additional parking. Thank you for your patience. Please contact Mrs. Schwenk, Campus Supervisor if you have further questions.
NHS Final Hours Submission - Due March 19th by 11:55 p.m.
All final hours for National Honor Society members are due by 11:55 p.m. on TODAY, March 19th, 2019. Students may upload hours to The National Honor Society Moodle page between February 27th and March 19th. Please remember to submit ALL service hours for the year, including a resubmission of the hours submitted at the November check.
A maximum of 10 documents may be uploaded all at once to verify hours earned. Due to a high volume of unreadable files from previous due dates, ALL submissions must be .pdf, .png, or .jpg/.jpeg format. If you are not sure how to do this, please get help ahead of time.
Once students confirm and submit their hours, they will not be able to return and change the submission. Students who do not upload their final hours will not be considered for admission into National Honor Society for the 2019-2020 school year. (Yes, you are being inducted into NHS for next year.) There is no appeal process for not turning hours in on time or a cumulative GPA below 3.5. Students will be notified via email if they were accepted into National Honor Society and if they earned the Give 100 Award.
If you believe we have made an error or have any questions, please contact Mr. Kittler or Ms. Hartinger.
Class of 2019 Commencement Ceremony Photos: Pre-event Registration Available
Pre-event registration for senior photos taken by Grad Images at the Commencement Ceremony is available. With no obligation, Grad Images will take pictures of each graduate on the stage at Angel Of The Winds Arena. Registering ensures Grad Images can reach you with your proofs in a timely manner. Students who preregister or provide an email address will receive an email with a link directly to their proofs. Those who provide only a mailing address will be contacted by U.S. Mail. Additionally, Grad Images will also ask students to complete a registration card just before the ceremony begins. The Grad Images link can be found on the Class of 2019 webpage under Counseling.
Blanket Drive: Earn NHS Hours, March 7 thru March 22
Get your honors hours while you still can! Bring your new or gently used blankets to the Student Store. Bring 2 blankets for 1 hour and 4 for 2, with a max of 2 hours. All donations will go to Congregation of the Homeless.
Yearbook wants your photos!
Yearbook wants to say thank you to everyone who has sent in pictures to be considered for the book. These have been awesome.
We could use a little more help. We need pictures of you attending WA state sporting events or just rocking your WA State sports wear. Also we are looking for any hidden talents you may have that you want to share with Yearbook.
We need your baby/toddler photos as well!
Please send these to either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Woodinville Madness 3x3 Basketball Tournament ~ March 23, 9am:
March 23 @ 9am
3-4 Players per co-ed team
$40 Team Registration Fee
Tournament Mirrors 2019 March Madness Bracket
Pick your college Team!
Registration begins 3/18/2019 - ASB during Lunch. Limited number of teams. First come first serve. Only one varsity basketball player per team.
CLASS of 2019 COMMENCEMENT MEETING~Mon., March 25, THEATER – 9:38 a.m.
Nominate your senior class student speaker and learn important information about graduation and the Commencement Ceremony.
Be there! BOYD and a pen!
Class of 2019 Commencement Announcement Distribution~ Thurs., March 28 & Fri., March 29, Commons @ Lunches:
Pick them up, please! (Fines must be cleared.)
If a senior is unable to be at school during lunch, a friend or relative can pick up the items; however, a signed note from the parent must be provided to Jostens. The individual picking up the items will be required to sign for them, relieving Jostens of responsibility if they should become lost or misplaced.
Questions? Contact Jostens at 360-653-9102. Absent both days? Contact Mrs. Schwans at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tolo - The Wild West ~ March 30, 8pm:
Prep for the SAT or ACT! Come take a full-length practice test and support the Junior Class of 2020!
How to sign up:
Huntington will follow up with an e-mail
Deadline: Monday, March 25th
- March 20th - WHS Commons
- March 30th - WHS Library
$25 per test, due on test day, cash or check only
Checks made payable to: Huntington Learning Center
100% of the funds will be donated to the Class of 2020!
(Payment is not collected at the WHS Cashier Office)
Experience a full-length practice test (scores not reported)
Learn your scoring potential prior to taking the official test
Receive a 13-page in-depth test analysis
What to Bring:
Calculator, Water, Snacks, $25 Payment, Photo ID
Information Night - April 23rd at 6pm in the WHS Library
Scores for both tests will be handed back at this event
Call Huntington Learning Center - 425-368-2300
22833 Bothell-Everett Hwy. Suite 156, Bothell WA 98021
425-368-2300 • email@example.com
Revised Bell Schedules Effective Monday, March 11 - Start Time 7:35am
Revised bell schedules, based upon Dr. Reid's announced Snow Make-Up Plan went into effect Monday, March 11. The schedules start the school day at 7:35 a.m., thus adding 10 minutes of instructional time to each school day. Wednesdays, with the exception of March 20, and June 5 are now 6 regular periods. Revised Bell Schedules have been posted around the school on GREEN paper and are also posted on the WHS Website for your viewing.
Football Field & Track Closed 6:30am-2:30pm for Field Lighting Installation
New outdoor LED lighting will be installed at the football field/track starting Monday, March 4. This process will take 6-7 work days and, for safety purposes, will include closing the track and football field during those days from 6:30am - 2:30pm.
The closure is for students, staff, and the public. This post will be updated when the football field/track re-open during the school day.
Additionally, the overall field lighting project will continue through the end of March with various areas being closed for approximately 6-7 day periods from 6:30am-2:30pm. Again, these closures will be for students, staff, and the public. It is anticipated the baseball field, then softball field will be next, however, we will update this post when informed of the installer's next steps.
PTSA Scholarships Available
Woodinville High School PTSA is offering scholarships to three graduating seniors in the class of 2019. The goal of these scholarships is to acknowledge academic achievements and contribution to the school/community through work or volunteer activities. One scholarship will be awarded based primarily on financial need.
Amount: $1,500 scholarships will be awarded to three students
Due: Friday, April 26, 2019
The application is available online at this link.
Mr. Woodinville 2019: Darren Jakana!
The results are in and senior Darren Jakana has been crowned Mr. Woodinville 2019! There was a tie for 1st runner up that went to Shane Kennedy and Nick Yovin! Finally, Jack Healy was named Mr. Congeniality! Darren, Shane, Nick, and Jack along with the six other "Woodinville v. Wild" contestants, Aiden Colley, Miles Mustarde, Miles Winarske, Korey Delisle, Ethan Greenhalgh, and Job Ruiz Monroy participated in activities that generated smiles and laughter throughout the event. Congratulations and thanks to Senior Class Advisors Grace Hartinger and Taylor Weaver for working with the senior class on this successful event.
BAM Field Trip!
12 students attended a field trip to Microsoft on Friday, March 15. The trip was for “Blacks@Microsoft (BAM)” an event involving students of color from various schools around the state of Washington. BAM is dedicated to supporting the continued growth and development of black employees and encouraging students to pursue a career in technology.
State DECA Results & International Qualifiers
Thirty-six WHS students qualified to the International DECA competition in Orlando, FL. As Paul Glenovich indicated, this is a great opportunity for these students to continue to compete academically. The number qualified represents 45% of the total number of WHS students who competed at state. Out of the 22 events we competed in at the state competition we placed 1st in 6 events. In addition, 64% of the qualifiers placed 3rd or higher. This places each student in the top 10% of marketing students from across the country!
HOSA State 2019 Results!
March 8 – 9, Woodinville HS Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) chapter competed at the State level in Spokane. Even WA HOSA is relatively young – WA State joined to National HOSA 7 years ago – it is growing fast. This year 1400 students competed in 55 events from CPR and Nursing to Biomedical debate and Parliamentary procedures. Woodinville High School HOSA chapter participated with a team of 18 students and won 10 medals in 8 events.
More than half of our team qualified for the Nationals, which makes us one of the mightiest teams in the state - 10 students will go to Orlando, FL in June.