WHS DAILY BULLETIN
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
|4 A KINGCO District II
Friday, May 13th is our Spring Recognition Assembly. We will be on the PM Activity Schedule (no options). Please see this schedule at the end of this bulletin.
Wednesday Earth Club Meeting!
in the commons and be ready to do some mulching! Please bring some gloves and some clothes that
you can get dirty! Also if you have
anything to contribute to the Earth Club Library display please remember to
bring it to this meeting. Thanks and see
you all Wednesday after school!
Scholarship deadline extended to June 4th!
The ECHO Scholarship is a
$4,000 scholarship (dispersed over 4 years) to students who are interested in
becoming Community Leaders. The deadline
has been extended to June 4th. See or
email Mrs. Yamada if you're interested in applying.
If you have given 100 hours of service to
Society would like to recognize your accomplishment at the Induction Ceremony
on Thursday, May 19th. Please
send a picture of yourself doing community service, or just a well-liked photo
Fair - Tuesday, May 17th, 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM: If you are interested in learning
more about 15 Jesuit colleges and universities from around the
country you may want to attend the Jesuit Excellence Tour college fair.
Universities in attendance include Gonzaga, Loyola Marymount, Fordham,
Creighton, Santa Clara, Seattle University, Loyola U. Chicago, and more. The
fair will be in the Casey Atrium at Seattle University May 17th.
CONGRATULATIONS to our DECA students:
who attended the DECA International
Competition! WHS sent 17 students to the
finals. Out of the 17 students, 16 of them placed in the Top 10
representing 12 event categories. Here are the names of the WHS
students recognized on stage and their placing:
2nd place-Amanda Coba-Restaurant and Food Service Marketing
3rd place-Anja Trost-Retail Merchandising
Top 10-Keegan Sullens-Travel & Tourism (team)
-Jessica Butler-Travel & Tourism (team)
-Hailey Bazlen-Professional Selling
Top 10-Alex McCarthy-Hospitality (team)
-Jenna Morrison-Hospitality (team)
-Courtney Christie-Apparel &
-Kaitlin Siemering-Fashion Merchandising
Top 10-Mikaela Gallagher-Sports & Entertainment
Evan Pulse-Food Marketing
Top 10-AJ Levine-Automotive Services Marketing
Top 10-Jack Sturgeon-Financial Services (team)
Top 10-Mike Hurdelbrink-Financial Services (team)
Top 10-Maddie Jones-Buying and Merchandising (team)
Top 10-Kelsea Orren-Buying and Merchandising (team)
-Alex Mcleod-Food Marketing
Sub Category Finalist
-Tyler VanHerweg-Quick Service Restaurant
Cristal McClure-Business Law and
Mary Cochran-Business Law and
Julia Grasso- Sports (team)
Reagan Quigley-Sports (team)
Ian Lewis-Sports (team)
Mitchell Martens -Sports (team)
Emily Zehm-Marketing Communications
Alex Lazear-Hotel and Lodging
CONGRATULATIONS to the WHS Model UN team!
number of delegates earned special recognition:
is on sale every Wednesday at the a la
carte window in the commons during lunch.
Price is $3.50 each.
The WHS Library is closed today for
will reopen as soon as deployment ends. Thank you for your understanding.
ATTENTION SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS: Parking applications for 2011-2012 will be available outside of Robin's office on Friday, May 13th. PARKING APPLICATIONS WILL BE DUE BACK TO HER BY TUESDAY, MAY 31ST. Your application will not be entered in the lottery if she does not receive it by this day. Please make sure you have completed every part of the application and sign it appropriately. Our priority list is as follows:
1. Seniors with NEVAC/Satellite/Running Start classes where there is no district shuttle offered.
2. Juniors with NEVAC/Satellite/Running Start classes where there is no district shuttle offered.
3. Seniors who participate in after school sports and ASB clubs and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5.
4. Seniors who have work after school and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 (lottery drawing).
5. Seniors with cumulative GPA of 2.5 (lottery drawing).
6. Juniors who participate in after school sports and ASB clubs and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 (lottery drawing).
Please be reminded that even if you are taking a NEVAC or Running Start class next year, you need to complete an application like all other students. Anyone taking a Running Start or NEVAC class, is in a sport no matter what season, is in an ASB club or activity or works, must submit that information in the area designated at the top of the application. Each application must be signed by the student and parent/guardian.
Army Recruiter Visit: If you are interested in learning more about the Army a recruiter will be available Tuesday, May 10th during lunches.
Navy Recruiter Visit: A Navy Recruiter will be available in the Commons during lunches this Wednesday if you have any questions about the Navy.
PTSA SCHOLARSHIP - $3000: Two $1500 scholarships will be awarded this year to seniors from Woodinville's PTSA. These are only for WHS STUDENTS!!!! The application deadline was just recently extended to May 20th so please get your applications in soon! Applications are available from the Career Center. See Ms. Ackley or Ms. Yamada if you have any questions.
Important wrestling meeting: for the upcoming weight training and off-season workouts. Please come meet Coach Culpepper in the weight room at 9am (at Options) Wednesday, May 11th. It is time to get bigger, faster and stronger.
AFTER SCHOOL GEOMETRY TUTORING - every Thursday in Mr. Clark's classroom, 312. There is still time to improve your math grade before the school year ends; you can get help on your homework, prepare for upcoming tests, and gain better understanding of concepts every Thursday after school. You do not have to formally sign up, just drop in. Students in other math classes besides geometry are welcome. As always there are plentiful snacks and on occasion, pizza, for all who attend.
Prom tickets: will be on sale now until - May 10th, for $50.00 a ticket! Before you may purchase a ticket, we must have your Party Bus/Limo form on file, (see Mrs. Krochmalny) so make sure your Party Bus/Limo student coordinator gets the form into us ASAP! Also, if you are bringing a guest, please be sure to have a guest form filled out and signed by Mr. Agnew or Mrs. Skone! THIS IS THE ONLY TIME YOU MAY PURCHASE TICKETS, SO DON'T FORGET! Tickets will be sold during 1st and 2nd lunch in commons. Please make check out to WHS. Remember if you have any school fines, you may NOT purchase tickets until those fines are cleared. Thank you.
Staff Meeting: TODAY at 1:50 PM in the Library.
PM ACTIVITY SCHEDULE, FRIDAY, MAY 13
PM ACTIVITY SCHEDULE (No options)
Event Start End Duration
Period 0 6:10 7:05 55
Period 1 7:10 7:55 45
Period 2 8:00 8:45 45
Period 3 8:50 9:40 50
Period 4 9:45 10:30 45
Period 5A (L) 10:30 11:00 30
Period 5A 11:05 11:55 50
Period 5B 10:35 11:25 50
Period 5B (L) 11:25 11:55 30
Period 6 12:00 12:45 45
Activity 12:45 1:40 55