WHS DAILY BULLETIN
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Block (1, 3, 5) Schedule Today
|B Basketball JV, V
||5:45, 7:30 PM
First semester will be extended four days: Monday, January 30 through Thursday, February 2 due to school closure last week. Finals will be on Tuesday, January 31, Block 1, 3, 5 and Wednesday, February 1, Block 2, 4, 6. Our schedules for next week will be:
Monday, January 30 Regular 6 Period Schedule A
Tuesday, January 31 Block (1, 3, 5) Schedule B
Wednesday, February 1 Block (2, 4, 6) Schedule B
Thursday, February 2 Regular 6 Period Schedule A
Friday, February 3 Regular 6 Period Schedule A - Start of 2nd Semester
Woodinville High School Theatre Company presents Twelve Angry Jurors!
The twelve ladies and gentlemen of the jury have started their deliberations, and they're just about ready to end it. But one of their number would kindly like to remind them that a man's life is at stake! Follow this perpetually hung jury on their tense journey to a very important decision. January 26, 27, and 28 at 7:30 PM, all are welcome to watch these twelve strangers battle it out at the Northshore Performing Arts Center in Bothell. Tickets are $12 for general admission or $10 for students and seniors, and may be purchased at the door. Visit
for more information.
You are invited to the Career and College Readiness Satellite Open House for students and parents:
at Bothell High School Commons on Wednesday, January 25, 7:00 - 8:00 PM. It will feature 10 programs.
Auto Service Technology
Computer Game Design
Event/Hospitality and Tourism Mgt.
Health Science Careers
Sustainable Engineering & Design
Please come and preview these one of a kind Career and College Readiness Programs to be offered during the 2012-2013 school year.
Buenos Dias, Woodinville!
Due to the snow days, the Spanish Club event, Iron Chef Woodinville, has been rescheduled for Thursday, February 2nd. This event will be from 5:30-7:30 in the Faculty Lounge. Ticket selling will start Thursday in room 127 at Options ONLY. If you already bought a ticket, and can't make the new date, please see an officer at Options in room 127. Once again, if you want to try out your culinary skills, and have some fun, join the Spanish Club for Iron Chef Woodinville!
ATTENTION ALL CLUB OFFICERS AND ADVISORS:
Club constitutions are due to the ASB room or to Terry Agnew by Tuesday, January 31. All clubs are required to have an updated constitution. If your club needs assistance with writing a constitution, email
Pursuing a degree related to secretarial, education, or business? You have a shot at winning one of the NEOPA Scholarships. Pick up an application in the Career Center. The application deadline is Tuesday, April 10th.
It's time for the annual Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) conference at the University of Washington.
The conference will take place on Saturday, February 25, 2012 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This conference is focused toward women interested in and studying science and engineering from high school through graduate level.
The 21th annual conference will include sessions devoted solely to high school women!
Speakers and workshops include hands on engineering projects, introductions to college level research, career pathways, transitioning into university life, and what challenges and advantages women in the science and engineering fields have. The workshops run simultaneously so the individual student can tailor the conference for their needs. The registration fee is $20.00, and there are great opportunities to network, explore opportunities at the University and in industry, and learn more about topics that appeal to women studying and pursuing careers in the field. Register online at
Due to a non-student day on Friday, January 27th, our Block Days will shift. Our schedule for the week of January 23 - January 27 is listed below.
· Wednesday, January 25 Block (2, 4, 6) schedule B
· Thursday, January 26 Regular 6 period schedule A
· Friday, January 27 Non student day
Northshore PTSA Scholarship: Northshore Council PTSA will be offering four scholarships for $1,000 for students with community/volunteer service experience. These scholarships are only available for students of Northshore School District so you should definitely apply! Applications can be picked up in the Career Center and are due March 23rd. Stop by the Career Center if you have any questions.
The Poetry Out Loud Recitation: will be held in the WHS library on Thursday, January 26, from 1:30 until 4:00. The winner of the recitation will represent WHS at regionals and have a chance to advance to the state competition. One student at the state recitation will advance with an all paid trip to the POL National Recitation in Washington D.C.
Northshore Scholarship Foundation: has numerous scholarships available. Information in Career Center and applications are online only at www.ns-scholarship.org . Deadline is Feb. 3rd.
2012 TOLO Dance:
- Feb 4, 2012 from 8 pm-11 pm in the WHS Commons
- Tickets on sale at lunches ONLY, from Jan 31-Feb 3 (Tues-Thurs)
- Tickets cost: $10 w/WHS ASB, $15 w/o ASB, $15 non-WHS guest
- In order to purchase a ticket for a guest who does not attend WHS, students MUST have a completed guest form with copy of photo id attached. Forms are now available in the Main Office and the ASB Room (101).