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     WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

      Thursday, June 15, 2017

    TODAY IN HISTORY:  1937 Waylon Jennings, country singer/guitarist, was born in Texas

    DAILY QUOTE: Don't ever try and be like anybody else and don't be afraid to take risks.

    ~Waylon Jennings

     

    GENERAL:   

    1.     The MPR will be open after school till 3:00 p.m. for textbook check in on June 13-15.  Please plan your time so you don't get stuck in a long line.  Books that are outstanding will be added to your student debt.

    2.     All medication and medical supplies must be picked up from the school office on the last day of school by a parent or guardian unless you are authorized to self-carry your medication.

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    CAREER CENTER:  

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    CLASSES:

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    SPORTS:

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    CLUBS:

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    WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

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     WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

      Wednesday, June 14, 2017

    TODAY IN HISTORY:  1811 Harriet Beecher Stowe, American author, was born in Connecticut

    DAILY QUOTE: To do common things perfectly is far better worth our endeavor than to do uncommon things respectably.    ~Harriet Beecher Stowe

     

    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.       Report cards will be mailed in June and Maze packets will be mailed later in the summer.  If you have moved recently and have not turned in proof of residency to your Attendance Clerk, please do so immediately.  These mailings will not be forwarded to your new address.

    3.     The MPR will be open after school til 3:00 p.m. for textbook check in on June 13-15.  Please plan your time so you don't get stuck in a long line.  Books that are outstanding will be added to your student debt.

    4.     All medication and medical supplies must be picked up from the school office on the last day of school by a parent or guardian unless you are authorized to self-carry your medication.

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    CAREER CENTER:  

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    CLASSES:

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    SPORTS:

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    CLUBS:

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    WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

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     WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

     Tuesday, June 13, 2017

    TODAY IN HISTORY:  1731 Martha Washington, 1st US First Lady, was born in Virginia

    DAILY QUOTE: The greater part of our happiness or misery depends on our dispositions and not our circumstances.   ~Martha Washington

     

    GENERAL:   

    1.        Report cards will be mailed in June and Maze packets will be mailed later in the summer.  If you have moved recently and have not turned in proof of residency to your Attendance Clerk, please do so immediately.  These mailings will not be forwarded to your new address.

    2.     The MPR will be open after school til 3:00 p.m. for textbook check in on June 13-15.  Please plan your time so you don't get stuck in a long line.  Books that are outstanding will be added to your student debt.

    3.     Lost and Found will be donated soon.  If you have lost anything, better check to see if it is here.  This Lost and Found bin is in the attendance office.

    4.  All medication and medical supplies must be picked up from the school office on the last day of school by a parent or guardian unless you are authorized to self-carry your medication.

     

    CAREER CENTER:  

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    CLASSES:

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    SPORTS:

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    CLUBS:

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    WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

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     WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

      Monday, June 12, 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.     Avoid debt slips. Return all overdue library materials!

    3.       Report cards will be mailed in June and Maze packets will be mailed later in the summer.  If you have moved recently and have not turned in proof of residency to your Attendance Clerk, please do so immediately.  These mailings will not be forwarded to your new address.

    4.     The MPR will be open after school till 3:00 p.m. for textbook check in on June 13-15.  Please plan your time so you don't get stuck in a long line.  Books that are outstanding will be added to your student debt.

    5.       There is a list of students with debt slips for overdue library books posted in the library, stop by to see if your ID number is on this list.

    6.     All medication and medical supplies must be picked up from the school office on the last day of school by a parent or guardian unless you are authorized to self-carry your medication.

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    CAREER CENTER:  

    1.      

     

    CLASSES:

    1.        

     

    SPORTS:

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    CLUBS:

    1.      


    WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

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     WASHINGTON HIGH BULLETIN

       Friday, June 09, 2017

    TODAY IN HISTORY:  1963 Johnny Depp, American actor, was born in Kentucky  

    DAILY QUOTE:  I am doing things that are true to me. The only thing I have a problem with is being labeled.    ~Johnny Depp

     

    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.       Students are not allowed to go into TAK during lunch.  Students are not allowed at TAK without adult supervision during school hours.​

    3.     Avoid debt slips. Return all overdue library materials!

    4.       Report cards will be mailed in June and Maze packets will be mailed later in the summer.  If you have moved recently and have not turned in proof of residency to your Attendance Clerk, please do so immediately.  These mailings will not be forwarded to your new address.

    5.     The MPR will be open after school til 3:00 p.m. for textbook check in on June 13-15.  Please plan your time so you don't get stuck in a long line.  Books that are outstanding will be added to your student debt.

    6.       There is a list of students with debt slips for overdue library books posted in the library, stop by to see if your ID number is on this list.

    7.     All medication and medical supplies must be picked up from the school office on the last day of school by a parent or guardian unless you are authorized to self-carry your medication.

    8.      

     

    CAREER CENTER:  

    1.      

     

    CLASSES:

    1.     Seniors – Today is the last day to turn in your Transcript Request Form to have your final transcript sent to the college you plan to attend.  Pick up the form in the office or print one from the website.

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    SPORTS:

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    CLUBS:

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    WHS ORGANIZATIONS:                                                                         

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