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 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

  Thursday, April 13, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY:  1743 Thomas Jefferson, 3rd President of the United States, was born in Virginia

DAILY QUOTE: I never considered a difference of opinion in politics, in religion, in philosophy, as cause for withdrawing from a friend.    ~Thomas Jefferson

 

GENERAL:   

1.     Wear Orange and Black every Friday for a chance to get a donut during Husky Period!

2.     Math tutorial available on Thursdays during lunch and after school.  See flyer in your math class for locations.

3.     Prom Tickets are on sale in the Student Center.  After Spring Break the price will increase so secure your tickets now.  $95 w/ASB and $105 w/o ASB.  

4.      

 

 

CAREER CENTER:  

1.     Seniors:  Check your School Loop announcements or Naviance for, WHS senior only scholarships.  WHS Alumni, PTSA, Boosters, WHS Black Student Union/African American Male Focus Group Visible Spectrum Scholarship, Business Leaders', Centerville Jr. High and Glenmoor Elementary PTA's, Niles Rotary and Andrew Ballantyne Memorial Community Service Scholarships are included with applications attached. These scholarships are coming due soon.  Don't wait!

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CLASSES:

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SPORTS:

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CLUBS:

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WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

Apr                                                                                                       

06 PTSA Meeting Elections 7:00 p.m. Cafeteria                                        

10 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
 

                                                        

 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

 Wednesday, April 12, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY: 1947 David Letterman, comedian (Late Night host), was born in Indiana      

DAILY QUOTE:  I have found that the only thing that does bring you happiness is doing something good for somebody who is incapable of doing it for themselves.  ~David Letterman

 

GENERAL:   

1.     Huskies, if you ride your bike to school, you must lock it up in the bike racks only.  Bikes may not be locked onto a pole or gate. Your lock will be cut and your bike will be confiscated.

2.     Tomorrow is a minimum day.  School is out at 12:35.  Spring break is April 14 - April 21.

3.     Prom Tickets are on sale in the Student Center.  After Spring Break the price will increase so secure your tickets now.  $95 w/ASB and $105 w/o ASB.  

4.     Maker Faire meeting at lunch today in Room 65!! Come join us for this planning meeting for our first ever Maker Faire at Washington on May 3rd. Robotics, knitters, ceramicists, bakers, cooks, anyone and everyone who has something cool to share! Snacks will be provided.

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CAREER CENTER:  

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CLASSES:

1.       Seniors:  If you would like to spell out a message for the Sr. Pano, be sure to have it approved by Mrs. Paris.

2.       Seniors:  Order your Sr. Pano picture online at www.washingtonasb.com  

 

SPORTS:

1.     White Sweater Award forms are due in tomorrow by brunch in the Student Center.


CLUBS:

1.     PAC:  Meeting today during lunch in the drama room.

2.     Youth Alive:  Meeting today in room 96 during lunch.

3.      


WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

Apr                                                                                                       

06 PTSA Meeting Elections 7:00 p.m. Cafeteria                                        

10 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 

      

 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

 Tuesday, April 11, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY:   1944 John Milius, an American screenwriterdirector, and producer of motion pictures, was born in St. Louis, Missouri   

DAILY QUOTE:  Egotism is not a good quality. It's not something to be admired or even tolerated.   ~John Milius

 

GENERAL:   

1.     Prom Tickets are on sale in the Student Center.  After Spring Break the price will increase so secure your tickets now.  $95 w/ASB and $105 w/o ASB.  

2.      


CAREER CENTER:  

1.     Seniors:  Check your School Loop announcements or Naviance for, WHS senior only scholarships.  WHS Alumni, PTSA, Boosters, WHS Black Student Union/African American Male Focus Group Visible Spectrum Scholarship, Business Leaders', Centerville Jr. High and Glenmoor Elementary PTA's, Niles Rotary and Andrew Ballantyne Memorial Community Service Scholarships are included with applications attached. These scholarships are coming due soon.  Don't wait!

2.      

CLASSES:

1.     Seniors:  Buy your Senior Breakfast tickets in the Student Center.

2.       Seniors:  Sign up to be in the Sr. Talent Show in the Student Center.  Auditions are tomorrow during Husky period in the Student Center.

 

SPORTS:

1.      

CLUBS:

1.     PAC:  Meeting tomorrow during lunch in the drama room.

2.     Youth Alive:  Meeting tomorrow in room 96 during lunch.


WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

Apr                                                                                                       

06 PTSA Meeting Elections 7:00 p.m. Cafeteria                                        

10 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
 

                                                                   

 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

   Monday, Apr 10, 2017

The pledge of allegiance:  "I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

 

GENERAL:   

1.     Huskies, if you ride your bike to school, you must lock it up in the bike racks only.  Bikes may not be locked onto a pole or gate. Your lock will be cut and your bike will be confiscated.

2.     Thursday is a minimum day.  School is out at 12:35.  Spring break is April 14 - April 21.

3.     Prom Tickets are on sale in the Student Center.  After Spring Break the price will increase so secure your tickets now.  $95 w/ASB and $105 w/o ASB.  

4.      

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CAREER CENTER:  

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CLASSES:

1.     Seniors:  Buy your Senior Breakfast tickets in the Student Center.

2.      

 

SPORTS:

1.      

 

CLUBS:

1.      


WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

Apr                                                                                                       

06 PTSA Meeting Elections 7:00 p.m. Cafeteria                                        

10 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
 

                               

 WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

  Friday, April 07, 2017

TODAY IN HISTORY: 1938 Jerry Brown, Governor of California, was born in San Francisco, CA    

DAILY QUOTE:  Inaction may be the biggest form of action.    ~Jerry Brown

 

GENERAL:   

1.     Huskies, if you ride your bike to school, you must lock it up in the bike racks only.  Bikes may not be locked onto a pole or gate. Your lock will be cut and your bike will be confiscated.

2.     Thursday, April 13 is a minimum day.  School is out at 12:35.  Spring break is April 14 - April 21.

3.     Prom Tickets are on sale in the Student Center.  After Spring Break the price will increase so secure your tickets now.  $95 w/ASB and $105 w/o ASB.   

4.       Seniors:  Order your cap and gown.  Those ordering on-line will receive shipment at home address.

5.     Powder Puff game is tomorrow night at 7:00 in TAK stadium.  $2 w/ASB and $3 w/o ASB.

6.     Powder Puff pictures will be taken today during Husky period on the front lawn.  Bring picture forms. 

7.     Our awesome band is at it again with the Forum Music Festival competition tomorrow morning at 8am at the College of San Mateo. We will be in the Theater building from 8am-10am. 

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CAREER CENTER:  

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CLASSES:

1.     Seniors:  Sr. breakfast try-outs are on Wednesday during Husky period in the Student Center.  To sign up, visit the Student Center.

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SPORTS:

1.      

CLUBS:

1.     Link Crew:  If you would like to join Link Crew next year, go to room E123 to sign up.  Earn hours, make friends, help incoming freshman. 

2.     DIY Club:  Meeting today during lunch in E231.

3.     Speech and Debate: Congratulations to Vijay Raveendran, Ganesh Ramakrishvan, Gandhar Mannur and Kunal Patel for making it to the Elimination Rounds at the Santa Clara University Tournament.   

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WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

Apr                                                                                                       

06 PTSA Meeting Elections 7:00 p.m. Cafeteria                                        

10 Boosters   7:00 p.m. Student Center                                                   

 
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