Daily Bulletin: Tuesday, January 21, 2020

 

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Bell Schedule

Monday, January 20 is MLK, Jr. Day - No School
Tuesday we are on 7-Period Schedule #2.
Wednesday we are on ERW Block 2/4/6 Schedule #3.


Finals: Breathe :)

Our finals schedule is outlined below. As you will see, science, math/computer science will provide a final as previously scheduled on Wednesday and Thursday blocks. Depending on the World Language teacher, finals will be spread out on Tuesday and/or Friday, as needed.  Also, one or two Business and/or PE classes will provide an exam on Tuesday, and if extra time is needed they may continue on Friday.*

  • Monday, 1/20:       MLK, Jr. Day – No School
  • Tuesday, 1/21:      Business/WL/PE   (7-Period Schedule #2)
  • Wednesday, 1/22:   Science, Math/Computer Science   (ERW Block 2/4/6 Schedule #3)
  • Thursday, 1/23:     Science, Math/Computer Science   (Block 1/3/5/7 Schedule #4)
  • Friday, 1/24:          Business/WL/PE   (7-Period Schedule #2)

*Finals not impacted by schedule: Arts (Visual & Performing), CTE, English, Social Studies, Special Education


PSAT Score Report Distribution: Tues, January 21 - Informational presentation available for viewing online

PSAT Score Reports will be distributed to 9th, 10th, and 11th-grade students at the end of 2nd period on Tuesday, January 21. Students and parents/guardians are encouraged to view the online presentation to learn about what the score reports mean and next steps.

If you don't already know, Khan Academy is a free resource that students can link their PSAT scores to, in order to receive customized support. 

Juniors, sophomores, and freshmen who took the PSAT/NMSQT in October can continue to access their scores through their online College Board account, as well. 


Send pictures to Yearbook by January 17!!

Now that 2020 Yearbooks have been purchased, we want to make sure you are in the book! The almost guaranteed way to ensure you are in the yearbook is to send pictures the editors need for the Student Life pages. These are the pages that tell about the Falcons beyond the classroom.

Yearbook is looking for the following photos! We need these by Jan 17th, the sooner the better:

  • Then and Now-Pictures of a younger you contrasted with a picture of you now. Can be you or you and friends.
  • Baking/Cooking-You or you and your friends in the kitchen.
  • Concerts-You or you and your friends at a concert.
  • Jobs/Interns- Pictures of you at your job.
  • Extreme Sports: Any sport, water skiing, snow boarding, or skiing, boxing, karate etc.
  • Hidden Talents: Do you know of someone who is talented at something? Yearbook wants to feature our students' hidden talents.
  • Siblings: Brothers and sisters here at school? Send yearbook the pics!

Additionally, if you or your parents/guardians have any WHS Sports, Clubs, or Activity event pictures Yearbook would love them! Please send them our way!

Send any pictures to 
FalconFamily2020@gmail.com or salder@nsd.org.


Library Announcement:

Your Library Book is Overdue!  If you checked out a book prior to the holidays, it is now OVERDUE.  The library would like to see you and your book again.  Still need your book?  We can renew it.  All done with your book?  We'll check it back in.  But if we don't see you or your book by January 15th, you will be fined.  See you soon!


Student Planners:

Looking to start off the year strong? There are still student planners left from the beginning of the school year. Stop by the Main Office to pick up a 2019-2020 student planner to help stay organized and on top of your assignments.


Baseball Meeting:

Due to the snow closure, the Baseball Meeting that was set for after school on Monday, January 13 has been rescheduled for January 21 at 2:30pm in room 512.


World Language Competency Testing:

Registration for the second opportunity this school year to participate in World Language Competency Testing here in Northshore opens this Friday, January 10. This is an opportunity for students who can read, write, listen and speak a language other than English to earn up to four competency credits and/or the Seal of Biliteracy designation on their high school transcript. 

  • Here is the pertinent information regarding the upcoming testing opportunity:
  • Date/Time: Saturday, February 29th, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm (check-in @ 8:30, testing begins @ 9:00)
  • Location: Inglemoor High School
  • Registration (online): Opens on Friday, January 10th @ 8:00 am and closes on Wednesday, February 5th @ 4:00 pm or when we reach our max capacity of 130 registrations
  • The test on February 29th is open to grades 7 through 12

More detailed information about the test and earning credits can be found on the World Language Competency website It's easy to find the WLCT website.  From the district main page: Click on In Our Schools / Assessment / World Language Competency Test or use the shortcut URL www.nsd.org/wlct. For any questions, parents, guardians, and students should refer to the website or email wlcompetency@nsd.org for support.


SAT/ACT Prep: Full-length practice tests! Sign up by January 25th!

Worried about the SAT or ACT? Come take a full length practice test and support the Junior Class!

  • Practice SAT is Wednesday, January 29th @ 1:30pm
  • Practice ACT is Wednesday, February 5th @ 1:30pm
  • Sign-up Deadline: January 25th
  • Where: WHS Library
  • Cost: $25 per test, due on test day, cash or check only. Checks made payable to Huntington Learning Center. (100% of funds will be donated to the Class of 2021! Payment is NOT collected at the WHS Cashier's Office).

Register at: https://forms.gle/jyc2aMP4fc3XZ1vQA


Woodinville High School Theatre Company presents Hamlet February 5 thru 8

The award-winning Woodinville High School Theatre Company is excited to present its upcoming winter play, William Shakespeare’s masterpiece The Tragedy of Hamlet, the Prince of Denmark. The show runs February 5, 6, 7 and 8 at 7:00 p.m., in the Woodinville High School Theater. 

Hamlet tells the story of the ghost of the King of Denmark who tells his son Hamlet to avenge his death by killing his uncle, the new King of Denmark. Hamlet feigns madness, contemplates life and death and then seeks revenge. The WHS Theatre Company has adapted the play to move the action forward at a contemporary pace, reset the show with the audiences seated on stage - thus closer to the action - and set the story in a modern context. Several key players have been cross-cast and the role of Hamlet has been split into his id, ego and superego. Come out and see this classic in a new light. Ticket are available online now at schoolsales.nsd.org.           


Student Celebrations

 PTSA Reflections Art Program "Look Within": Congratulations to our Falcon artists, writers and performers!

Samaya Badrich: Literature, Council Qualifier
Claire Corneille: 3D Visual Arts, State Qualifier
Natty Crowley: Dance Choreography, Judge’s Choice
Sarah Epley: Music Composition, State Qualifier
Allyssa Johnston: 2D Visual Arts, State Qualifier
Lindsey Larsen: 2D Visual Arts, State Qualifier
Prisha Patel: Photography, Judge’s Choice
Makenzie Rogers: Dance Choreography, State Qualifier
Ava Spelhaug: 2D Visual Arts, Judge’s Choice
Aditya Yelamali: 2D Visual Arts, Judge’s Choice

Thank you to our student artists for sharing their creativity!


Falcon Debate Team Places at 3rd Annual Grizzly Invitational!

The Falcon Debate team attended the 3rd Annual Grizzly Invitational tournament the weekend of January 11. The team had 8 total competitors entered in 7 events. Additionally, we had 3 student judges. Here are the results:

  • Mariam Kazmi: 2nd place in Novice Lincoln Douglas debate, 4th place in Novice Impromptu Speech
  • Samaya Badrieh: 4th place in Novice Lincoln Douglas debate 
  • Wesley Gerrish: 5th place in Novice Lincoln Douglas debate
  • Jackson Kelly and Thomas Monahan: 3rd place in Novice Public Forum debate
  • Jackson Kelly: 2nd place in Novice Impromptu Speech
  • David Fountain: 5th place in SPAR
  • Achilles Yip: 5th place in Novice Oratory Speaking

Additionally, Sarah Hickey, Myla Munson, and Parker Berman took on judging responsibilities. We would not have been able to compete with this many entries without the help of the entire team! Please congratulate the above students if you have them in any of your classes.


WHS Robotics Back-to-Back District Champs and Advances to State Championship!

The WHS robotics team claimed victory Saturday, January 11 over 32 schools and teams in western Washington! This makes WHS Robotics back to back district champions! The team brought home the following awards:

  • 1st Inspire -This is the team that perfectly reflect what FIRST goals are and acts as a role model for other programs. They overall have the best robotics program in the measurable categories. 
  • 2 Engineering Awards (Design and Think Award)
  • 1 Community Outreach Award (Connect Award)

Congratulations to Connor Reinholsten, Nick Sykes, Patrick He, Brian Chien, Daryoush Washburn, Amy George, Cristhian Ortega!

 

Today's Bell Schedule


Upcoming Events

Monday 1/20
Martin Luther King Jr. Day - No School

Tuesday 1/21
7-Period Schedule #2

Finals: Business/WL/PE
2:35 Model UN - 322
2:45 French Club - 130

Wednesday 1/22
ERW Block Schedule 2/4/6 #3

Finals: Science, Math/Computer Science
2nd Semester Scheduled Available Online
in StudentVUE & ParentVUE

1:05 HOSA Meeting 126

Thursday 1/23
Block Schedule 1/3/5/7 #4
Finals: Science, Math/Computer Science
2:35 Science Club - 236
2:40 Underwater Robotics - 135
2:40 Debate Club - 230
2:45 GSA Meeting 234

Friday 1/24
7-Period Schedule #2

Finals: Business/WL/PE
ASB Student Appreciation Event
End 1st Semester
2:40 Chess Club - 334

Monday 1/27
Non-Student Grading Day - No school

Tuesday 1/28
7-Period Schedule #2
2:30 Baseball Meeting - 512
2:35 Model UN - 322
2:45 French Club – 130


Future Key Dates

1/24-25  Debate Team, Kamiak Invitational
1/25        Deadline for SAT/ACT Practice Test Sign Ups
1/27        Non-Student Grading Day
1/29        SAT Practice Test - Huntington Jr. Class Fundraiser,
                WHS Library
2/3-2/7   National School Counseling Week
2/3-2/7   National Honor Society Pet Supplies Drive
2/3          FBLA Western Regional Conference
2/5          Letter of Intent Signing, 7am, Library
2/5          Jostens Sophomore Class Meeting, Talon Time, Theater
2/5          ACT Practice Test - Huntington Jr. Class Fundraiser,
                WHS Library
2/5-2/8   Winter Play, 7pm, Theater - Hamlet
2/6          Dinner & A Concert, 5:30pm, Commons/Theater


Sports Schedule

Mon 1/20
12:00   Women's Basketball (V) Kentridge @ Showare
  7:00    Men's Basketball (C) Eastlake @ WHS

Tues 1/21
5:40     Men's Basketball (JV) Skyline @ WHS
7:15     Men's Basketball (V) Skyline @ WHS

Wed 1/22
5:40     Women's Basketball (C) Issaquah @ Issaquah
5:40     Women’s Basketball (JV) Skyline @ WHS
7:15     Women's Basketball (V) Skyline @ WHS

Thurs 1/23
1:30      Men’s Swim/Dive (V) Lake Washington @ 
              Juanita
5:40      Women's Basketball (C) Bellevue @ Bellevue
6:00      Men’s/Women’s Wrestling (V) Skyline @ NCHS
7:00      Gymnastics (V) Newport @ WHS
7:00      Men's Basketball (C) Redmond @ Redmond
7:30      Men’s Wrestling (V) Eastlake @ NCHS

Fri 1/24
3:30     Women’s Basketball (JV) Bothell @ WHS
5:00     Men’s Basketball (JV) Bothell @ WHS
6:30     Women's Basketball (V) Bothell @ WHS
8:00     Men’s Basketball (V) Bothell @ WHS

Sat 1/25
8:00     Men’s Swim/Dive (V) 11 Dive Qualifier @ Bainbridge Aq
3:45     Men’s Basketball (C) Seattle Academy @ WHS  
5:15     Men’s Basketball (JV) Seattle Academy @ WHS
7:00     Men’s Basketball (V) Seattle Academy @ WHS

Sat 1/25
8:00     Men’s Swim/Dive (V) 11 Dive Qualifier @ Bainbridge Aq
3:45     Men’s Basketball (C) Seattle Academy @ WHS  
5:15     Men’s Basketball (JV) Seattle Academy @ WHS
7:00     Men’s Basketball (V) Seattle Academy @ WHS

Mon 1/27
3:45     Men’s Basketball (C) Skyline @ WHS
5:40     Men’s Basketball (V) Eastlake @ WHS
5:40     Women’s Basketball (JV) Eastlake @ WHS
7:15     Men’s Basketball (JV) Eastlake @ WHS
7:15     Men’s Basketball (V) Eastlake @ WHS


Staff

01/22 ERW - Individually-Directed Day
01/24 End of 1st Semester
01/27 Non-Student Grading Day

01/29 ERW - Individually-Directed Day
02/04 Staff Meeting - Library (in place of PLCs)
02/05 ERW - Individually-Directed Day
02/11 SDLT Meeting
02/12 ERW - District-Directed Day