Daily Bulletin: Monday, September 23, 2019

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Bell Schedule:

Monday we are on a 7-Period Schedule #2

Tuesday we are on a 7-Period Schedule #2


Woodinville High School’s annual Homecoming dance is on Saturday, October 5, from 8-11pm in the WHS Commons! This year's theme is “Welcome to Hollywood” and we would love to see all of our students there!

Homecoming tickets will be sold at the Cashier's and Main Office Monday through Friday, September 30 through October 4. Ticket prices are $20 with ASB or $25 non-ASB/non-WHS guest. Fines/fees must be paid or cleared to purchase tickets:

  • Before school,
  • During Options,
  • Lunches, and
  • After school ONLY - no sales during class time!
Tickets will also be sold at the door to WHS students ONLY for $30.
 
Photo ID required for entry into the Homecoming Dance.
 
A Non-WHS Guest Authorization Form will be required for all non-WHS guests. 
  • Forms are available outside the ASB classroom and in the Main Office.
  • The guest's school principal/administrator must sign the form, so please plan ahead.
  • Students must bring the completed Non-WHS Guest Authorization Form when tickets are purchased. 

There will be food trucks and photo booths, as well as a fantastic DJ! We are very excited for this year's Homecoming and we hope to see everyone there!

~WHS ASB

Please note: Transportation and before/after dance activities are not provided or sponsored by Woodinville High School or the Northshore School District. This includes any transportation/events including, but not limited to, limos, party buses, and boat excursions.


PSAT October 16, 2019: Juniors, Sophomores, & Freshmen:

Continuing with our commitment to our students’ college readiness and our ongoing improvement efforts, Woodinville High School will administer the PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) to freshmen who opted in and to all juniors and sophomores on October 16, 2019.

  • The $13 fee for juniors and sophomores is due September 20 and can be paid online through TouchBase.
  • Freshmen had the option to order a test booklet by paying the $13 fee by September 9.
    • If there are extra test booklets available after accommodating any newly enrolled WHS sophomores and juniors (and WHS freshmen who registered by September 9), Woodinville High School will offer a limited number of tests for non-WHS students during a September 27 through October 4 window on an in-person ONLY, first-come, first-served basis. WHS freshmen will be allowed to register during that window, as well; however, do note there is not a guarantee there will be extra booklets available to offer non-WHS students or freshmen who didn't register by the September 9 due date. The fee for WHS freshmen will remain at $13.  The fee for non-WHS students is $23.

Testing students are encouraged to read and familiarize themselves with the contents of the College Board's Fall 2019 PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide. The booklet will answer all of the student’s questions regarding the test. It also has a practice test, allowing students the opportunity to preview the exam.

If you should have any questions about the PSAT, please contact your counselor.


World Language Competency Testing: Registration Information for Oct. 26 Exam:

 

NSD opens registration Friday, September 20 for the first of two opportunities students will have this school year to participate in World Language Competency Testing here in Northshore. 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.

 

More detailed information about the test and earning credits can be found on the World Language Competency Test website. Here is the pertinent information regarding the upcoming testing opportunity:

  • Date/Time: Saturday, October 26th, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm (check-in @ 8:30, testing begins @ 9:00)
  • Location: Inglemoor High School
  • Registration (online): Opens on Friday, September 20th and closes on Thursday, October 10th or when we reach our max capacity of 130 registrations
  • The test on October 26th is open to grades 9 through 12 (students in grades 7 and 8 will be allowed to test in the spring)

 

All of this information can be found on the WL testing website: www.nsd.org/wlct, found from the district main page: Click on In Our Schools / Assessment / World Language Competency Test or use the shortcut URL www.nsd.org/wlct.

 

Questions? Please refer to the website or email wlcompetency@nsd.org.

Wrestling Booster Club selling WHS slides!

To order, send your payment for $20.00 per pair via PayPal to the Wrestling Boosters at paypal.me/wwbctreas.

  • In the note field on PayPal, enter the name of the person who will pick up the slides from Resource Officer Wicklund's office here at WHS. 
  • Contact Officer Wicklund at 206-255-7702 to arrange a pick up time.
  • There are 4 sizes available - the right size can be chosen at pick up. 
  • If you would like to purchase a pair as a gift, indicate that in the note field and the Wrestling Boosters will find a way to get the slides to you.

All proceeds go to Woodinville Wrestling Boosters in support of the boys and girls wrestling teams. If you have any questions, please contact the Wrestling Boosters at wwbcvp@gmail.com.

 

Student Store:

The student store is now open in the mornings as well as options and both lunches. Come get coffee, tea, smoothies and exclusive falcon merchandise! We hope to see you this week at the Nest! If you're lucky you may receive a hug from our very own Woodinville Kicker, Blake Glessner!


Yearbooks:

Yearbooks are on sale through September 20 and can easily be purchased by parents/guardians online through TouchBase. Students should check the "Yearbook Purchased" list on the wall outside the Cashier's Office to see if they purchased one during Falcon Days. Students are reminded if more than one yearbook is purchased there will be NO REFUNDS given. If two yearbooks are purchased, the student will receive two books, not one book and a refund for the other.


Chess Club:

Chess Club welcomes all levels of chess players to stop by after school on Fridays and Mondays in room 334.  In addition to playing classic engaging chess, we have fun chess variants that you should come and try. If you are interested in chess club, please visit us in room 334 on any Friday or Monday after school.


Woodinville High School GSA:

The Woodinville High School GSA, formerly known as the LGBTQ+ Unity Club, will be holding its first meeting on Thursday, 9/19, from 2:45-3:45 in Room 234.  We'll get to know each other, learn what the club is about, create some ground rules, and discuss future events.  ALL students are welcome to attend.  We hope to see you there!


Activity Bus:

NSD will be providing after school activity buses on Monday, Tuesday & Thursday from the high schools starting Thursday, September 5 for the 2019-20 school year. Buses will depart from the high school at 4:00 p.m. each day. Up to 50 students can ride the activity bus

Students will need to come into the Main Office: before school, during Options, or during lunches to get an Activity Bus Pass each day they need to ride the activity bus with a parent/guardian signed note. Activity Bus passes are issued on a first-come, first-served basis due to the limited number of seats.


Hiking Club:
 
Our first hike is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 21 at 8:15 to beautiful Lake 22. We should be back at the trailhead around noon. Please pick up a parent permission slip outside of Room 322 and return your signed form to Mr. Backstrom.

Student Mail:

Many colleges are sending information to students here at school. If you think you may be getting information from a college, please check with the main office to see if there is anything addressed to you.


Student Celebrations

National Merit:

Senior Ethan Wu has received recognition as a National Merit Semifinalist and will now be considered for National Merit Finalist status and the opportunity to receive a National Merit Scholarship next spring! This is no easy feat, as he was selected from approximately 1.5 million students who participated in the PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying test last October in his junior year!

Today's Bell Schedule

Bell Schedule: #2 7-Period Schedule

Period 0
6:35-7:25 (50min)
Period 1
7:30-8:20 (50min)
Period 2
8:25-9:15 (50min)
Options
9:20-9:25 (5min)
Period 3
9:30-10:20 (50min)
Period 4
10:25-11:15 (50min)

A LUNCH
Lunch

11:20-11:50 (30min)
Period 5A
11:55-12:45 (50min)

B LUNCH
Period 5B

11:20-12:10 (50min)
Lunch
12:15-12:45 (30min)

Period 6
12:50-1:40 (50min)
Period 7
1:45-2:35 (50min)


Upcoming Events

Monday 9/23
7-Period Schedule #2
2:35 Debate Club - 230
2:40 Chess Club - 334

Tuesday 9/24
7-Period Schedule #2
3:30 ROV Club Kick Off - Commons

Wednesday 9/25
ERW Block 2/4/6 Schedule #3

Talon Time (Period 9) - 12:35-1:05pm

Thursday 9/26
Block 1/3/5/7 Schedule #4
Talon Time (Period 9) - 10:35-11:05am

2:35 Science Club - 236
2:45 Debate Club - 230

Friday 9/27
7-Period Schedule #2
2:40 Chess Club - 334


Future Key Dates

9/4 – 20    Yearbook Sales - $55
9/20          PSAT Exam fee due for all 10th & 11th-grade students
9/20-21     WHS Voices Retreat at Fort Casey Retreat Center
9/24          ROV Club Kickoff, Commons, 3:30pm
9/28          First Home Football Game vs. Mt. Si. @ Pop Keeney, 7pm
9/30          Homecoming Spirit Week
10/1-4       Homecoming Spirit Week
10/4          Homecoming Assembly, 60-Min PM Activity Schedule #7
10/5          Homecoming Dance, 8pm, Commons
10/10        Picture Retake @ Lunches, Gym/Theater Foyer
10/13        Music Boosters Mattress Fundraiser, Commons
10/16        PSAT - All 10th & 11th Graders ($13 Fee) - PSAT Schedule #10
10/16        Freshmen Class Meeting - PSAT Schedule #10
10/16        Senior Class Meeting & Class Photo - PSAT Schedule #10
10/19         Hispanic Heritage Festival, 11-2pm,
10/23         Student Council Meeting, Theater, 12:35-1:05pm
10/24         Fall Choir Concert, Theater, 7pm


Sports Schedule

Saturday 9/21
8:00     Volleyball (JV) ASC Cup
9:30     Women's Swim (V) Bothell @ Edgebrook

Monday 9/23
4:00     Women's Slowpitch Softball (V) Bothell @ Bothell
5:30     Women's Slowpitch Softball (V) Bothell @ Bothell
6:00     Women's Soccer (C) Inglemoor @ Inglemoor
6:30     Football (JV) Edmonds-Woodway @ WHS

Tuesday 9/24
3:00     Women's Swim (V) Junaita @ Juanita
3:00     Men's Golf (V) North Creek @ Echo GC
5:30     Women's Soccer (JV) Mount Si @ Pop Keeney
7:30     Women's Soccer (V) Mount Si @ Pop Keeney

Wednesday 9/25
3:00     Men's Golf (V) Bothell @ Echo GC
3:45     Men's Tennis (V) Eastlake @ Eastlake HS
3:45     Men's Tennis (JV)  Eastlake @ Eastlake HS
4:00     Cross Country (V) Newport @ Kelsey Cr
4:00     Women's Slowpitch Softball (V) Cleveland @ SEAC
5:15     Volleyball (JV) Northcreek @ NCHS
5:15     Volleyball (C) Northcreek @ NCHS
6:30     Women's Soccer (C) Northcreek @ NCHS
6:30     Football (C) Edmonds-Woodway @ Ed Stad.
6:30     Football (Frosh) Edmonds-Woodway @ Ed Stad.

Thursday 9/26
3:00     Men's Golf (V) Issaquah @ Echo GC
4:00     Men's Tennis (JV) Newport @ Newport HS
4:00     Men's Tennis (V) Newport @ Newport HS
5:15     Volleyball (C) Lake WA @ LWHS
5:15     Volleyball (JV) Lake WA @ LWHS
7:00     Volleyball (V) Lake WA @ LWHS
 


Staff

9/25     Principal-Directed ERW
10/1     PLCs, Library
10/2     Individually-Directed ERW
10/9     District-Directed ERW
10/16   Team/Department-Directed Day
10/22    PLCs, Library
10/23    ERW - Individually-Directed Day
10/30    PLCs, Library
10/30    ERW - Individually-Directed Day