Daily Bulletin: Monday, November 19, 2018

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Bell Schedule:

We are on a Block Schedule #3 Periods 1/3/5 (Club Time).


Wednesday, November 21st NOT an ERW:

Students this is a reminder that Wednesday, November 21st is NOT an Early Release Wednesday, and we will be on a regular 6-Period Schedule #2. Please see the district website for more information.


Students! We want you in the 2018-2019 yearbook! Don’t miss out on your opportunity to have your memories captured!

Send pics of:

 

●  You and your WHS siblings

●  You and your pets

●  You and your car

●  You attending concerts!

●  As well as your travel/summer photos

 

to our email whsyearbook2019@gmail.com or send us a request to take pics of y’all here at school.

 

Or see Ms. Alder in room 238!


National Honor Society Membership Deadline ~November 26th!

ALL students interested in being a member of National Honor Society  must have completed the intent to join form, paid the $15 dues payment, and completed the first 5 community service hours NO LATER than November 26th, 11:55 p.m. The Intent to Join Form and Community Service Tracking Form must be uploaded to the Moodle site by this deadline!
All NHS members must also be members of WHS ASB and have purchased their ASB membership ($60.00).
We highly recommend paying NHS dues online to avoid lines at the Cashier’s Office.

Please join us at the Woodinville High School's Senior Class Holiday Bazaar!

Saturday, December 1, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. ~ WHS Commons! Portions of the proceeds from this holiday craft fair support reducing ticket prices for the Class of 2019's prom and senior breakfast!


Art Club:

Come to Art Club in room 639 to create and decorate cards for the Holiday Bazaar! We will also choose Thanksgiving-themed crafts for art club on the 20th. Come to art club for snacks and fun!


JUNIOR WINTER PARKING HANGERS ARE DUE BACK NOW

All FALL parking hangers must be returned now. Students who wish to park on campus must have a WINTER hanger visible in their car to avoid a parking ticket.  Requests for WINTER parking passes are still being accepted. Please, check with Mrs. Schwenk, Campus Supervisor, to make a request and get approval to purchase a hanger.


Pet Food Drive 11/19-11/21:

ASB is excited to announce that next week (Monday the 19th through Wednesday the 21st) ASB will be putting on a Pet Food Drive! We are playing up the rivalry of the Apple Cup between the Cougars and the Huskies! Our cat food donations will be filling up Mr. Richardson’s office and our dog food donations will be taking up Ms. Conrad’s work area. Students are encouraged to bring in Cat and Dog food, treats, and supplies (leashes, collars etc), in exchange for honor society hours. If students wish to get hours in return for their donations to the Seattle Humane Society, they can bring a previously filled out form to you to have you sign. 10 items is equivalent to 1 hour and 20 items is equivalent to a max of 2 hours.

The Plan:

  1. Students will bring in food to their 1st period class

  2. Teachers will stamp off honors society hours

This supports a great local cause, the Seattle Humane Society, a no-kill shelter!


To all aspiring poets at Woodinville:

Whoever you are, no matter how lonely, the world offers itself to your imagination, calls to you like the wild geese, harsh and exciting - over and over announcing your place in the family of things. Join Poetry Club on Fridays after school, room 235.


OLD INFORMATION


Reflections Announcement-Celebrate the Heroes Around You 2018-2019 Reflections Art Contest:

Attention Woodinville High School students!  The deadline to turn in entries for the Reflections Art Contest is approaching.  Please turn in your entries to the Reflections collection box by the chairs in the school office on or before November 16th.  Rules and entry forms can be found on the PTSA Reflections webpage.  Visit woodinvillehighschoolptsa.org and click on Reflections.

Remember: entries with completed entry forms are due in the school office by November 16th.  Celebrate the Heroes Around You and enter the Reflections Art Contest.


Student Celebrations:

Falcon Football victorious over Skyview Storm-Move on to a 2018 4A Football State Championship Quarterfinals!

Congratulations Falcon Football! The team was victorious this past Saturday over Skyview High School in the Class 4A Round of 16 State Tournament, defeating the Storm 34-21! Next up the team will compete in the quarterfinals against the Gonzaga Prep Bullpups at Pop Keeney, next Saturday the 17th at 4 p.m.!

View the bracket at http://wiaa.com/ardisplay.aspx?ID=1796.

Please note staff faculty passes no longer work for free admission because we are in post season. Ticket pricing for Saturday's competition is as follows:

  • Adults & Students without ASB card: $10.00*
  • Students (age 12 and over) with a valid high school or middle school ASB card: $7.00*
  • Senior Citizens (age 62 and over): $7.00
  • Children under the age of 5 are admitted free

Tickets are valid only for the site/event for which they are purchased.

*NOTE: Students from both schools must pay admission. No free entry for home students with ASB. The actual ASB card must be presented; pictures of ASB cards on cell phones will not be accepted.

WHS Vocal Students accepted into All-State/Northwest Honor Groups

8 students that were accepted into All-State/Northwest honor groups. 
All-State Symphonic Choir consists of 300 excellent vocalists from throughout WA State. 

All-NW Treble Choir consists of 100 excellent vocalists from Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. 

On February 14-17, these students will be invited to stay in Portland, OR and perform alongside their fellow participants and work with world-renown conductors. 

Congrats to the following students: 
Grace Davis - Alto 2/NAfME All-Northwest Treble Choir
Emily Granken - Alto 2/NAfME All-Northwest Treble Choir
Lily Benson - Soprano 1/2019 WMEA All-State Symphonic Choir
Jenna Byers - Alto 1/2019 WMEA All-State Symphonic Choir
Bekah Denver - Alto 2/2019 WMEA All-State Symphonic Choir
Lennon Green - Tenor 1/2019 WMEA All-State Symphonic Choir
Nadia Meyer - Alto 2/2019 WMEA All-State Symphonic Choir
Edie Ventrella - Soprano 1/2019 WMEA All-State Symphonic Choir

Today's Bell Schedule

WHS Bell Schedule #3 - Block Schedule Periods 1/3/5

Period 0
6:50-7:40 (50min)
Period 1/2
7:45-9:27 (102min)
Options
9:27-9:37 (10min)
Falcon Time
9:42-10:12 (30min)
Period 3/4
10:17-11:59 (102min)

A LUNCH
Lunch

11:59-12:29 (30min)
Period 5/6A
12:34-2:20 (106)

B LUNCH
Period 5/6B

12:04-12:55 (51min)
Lunch
12:55-1:25 (39min)
Period 5/6B
1:30-2:20 (50min)

Period 7
2:25-3:30 (65min)


Upcoming Events

Monday 11/19
Block Schedule #3 Periods 1/3/5
2:30 Debate Club - 230
BSU Club Meeting - 603

Tuesday 11/20
Block Schedule #3 Periods 2/4/6

9:42 Student Council Meeting - Theater
7:00 Winter Sports Parent Meeting, Theater

Wednesday 11/21

6-Period Schedule #2

NOT AN EARLY RELEASE

 

Thursday 11/22

No School - Thanksgiving

 

Friday 11/23

No School - Thanksgiving Break

 

Monday 11/26

Block Schedule #3 - Periods 1/3/5

NHS Intent/Hours/Payment Due

2:30 Debate Club - 230

 


Future Key Dates


11/30            Yearbook Sales
12/1              Holiday Bazaar, 10am, WHS Commons
12/1              Thespian Individual Events (IE) Competition @ Mountlake Terrace
12/1-14         ASB Annual Holiday Food Drive
12/1-18         Yearbook Sales
12/4              Student Council Meeting @ Falcon Time
12/6              Varsity Voices/Rock Band Holiday Concert, 7pm
12/10-18       Winterfest
12/12            Spanish Club Volunteer Night, 5:30, Commons
12/13            Holiday Concert, 7pm, WHS Theater
12/18            Learning Center Breakfast
12/19-31       Winter Break
1/1                Winter Break


Sports Schedules

Saturday 11/17
4:00    Football vs. Gonzaga Prep @ Pop Keeney
          


Staff

PLCs - Various Locations, November 20

ERW-SDLT-Directed Day, November 28

SDLT Meeting, December 4

ERW-District-Directed Day, December 5

PLCs - Various Locations, December 11

ERW-Individually-Directed Day, December 12