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Baccalaureate

Seniors: Baccalaureate is back on! A few students, parents, and youth pastors are pulling together to organize a Baccalaureate service for seniors on Wednesday, June 6th at 6 PM, and it will be held at Walla Walla Presbyterian Church. Seniors interested in attending should show up with their gown between 5:30-5:45 on June 6 to hear the outline for the evening ceremony. A slide show will be created and pictures can be tagged #wwbacc2018 or emailed to vanessa@wwpc.org. Have questions or want to be part of the planning or service? Contact Vanessa at vanessa@wwpc.org by Wednesday, May 30th.

Senior students are welcome to participate in the Baccalaureate ceremony, however please know Baccalaureate is not sponsored by Walla Walla High School, and is therefore an optional ceremony, not connected to our Wa-Hi Graduation ceremony.

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Japan Sasayama City Exchange Program

Japan Sasayama City Exchange Program is now recruiting students for the 2018 Home stay in Sasayama Japan in October of 2018.
We are looking for students:
• Who have a certain amount of personal independence and maturity
• With an interest in international travel
• Who are willing to host a Japanese student in their home in March of next year

If you are interested in learning more about this program, CONTACT BY May 24, 2018:
Dustin Palmer, Chairman of the Sasayama Sister City Committee
Tel 509-240-6400
Email: palmer.dustin@gmail.com
The Walla Walla School District does not sponsor or endorse this event/information and the district assumes no responsibility for it.

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Yamate-WaHi Japan Exchange Program Meeting

Monday, June 4th, 7:00pm in S1
WaHi has been running an exchange program with Yamate-Gakuin High School in Japan for over 50 years now. Every three years, we host a group of their students in Walla Walla during the month of April, and we then send a group of students back to live in Japan during the Summer. Both are two-week long visits. Our next exchange will occur in April 2019 and Summer 2019. We will be hosting an informational meeting on Monday, June 4th at 7:00pm in room S-1.This meeting is for both students and parents. So, if you are interested in hosting students, travelling to Japan, or both, come to the meeting. If you can not make the meeting, check in with Mr. Calhoun (in SP-08) for information and details.

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Jostens Delivery

Jostens delivery of the cap and gown orders will be in the Auditorium lobby on May 21 – 7:00 am. to 1:00 pm.

May 22 - June 8- 7:00am. to 4:00 pm.
Cap and gown orders may be picked up in the ASB office (if student was not able to do so on May 21 when the Jostens representatives were on campus)

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Summer School

Summer school will be held June 14-June 29 and July 9-July 24. Students have the opportunity to retrieve credit and earn new credits. Students can take one or both sessions and can earn up to 1 credit per session. The summer school registration form is available in the Counseling Office. Sign ups are on a first come, first serve basis. See your counselor for additional information and to plan courses.

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4th Annual Food Truck Lunch

Friday May 25. The World Language Dept. is once again inviting local food trucks to share their cultural food with our student body. There will be 8 food trucks parked on Abbott Road during both lunches.View flier, here.

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SENIORS- FINAL TRANSCRIPT REQUEST

Please complete a Transcript Request Form for Final Transcript in the counseling office or Registrar's Office. Please note on the request 'Final Transcript'. All fines and fees must be paid for official transcript to be sent.

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SENIORS:

If you have already filled out your Exit Survey, but you know of NEW Scholarship Awards, please come by the ASB office and let Jennifer Davis know.

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ASE Tutoring

ASE tutoring will not be held March 12-23 due to Whitman students being on Spring Break. The tutoring will start up again on March 26. If you have any questions, please contact Heidi Chapin at chapinh@whitman.edu.
English and Writing Tutor on Monday and Wednesdays
Free tutoring for AP and CP Math, Science and English Students.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings.
Whitman College Hall of Science Room 142
Contact: Heidi Chapin | chapinh@whitman.edu | 509.522.4441

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Seniors

Seniors, please join our REMIND class to get reminders and updates about senior year happenings:
Text 81010 with the message @wwhssenior

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Academic Lab

Thursday, 5/24 is the last day for Academic Lab in S22. Academic Lab is now in S22, Mr. Hudiburg's room. This is a quiet, focused place to get work done.
Hours:
Mon, Tues, Thurs: 7th period-3:45
Wed: 7th period-2:45

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Clubs

Weekly Happenings:

  • Arts in the Community meets every Tuesday in the Career Center at 3:10 p.m.
  • Buddy Club meets the first Monday of every month in room A-36 unless otherwise announced.
  • Buddy Club Lunch will be held the last day of each week in A-36 during 1st lunch.
  • Chem Club meets every2nd and 4th Thursdays from 3:10pm—4:10pm in S-6 (science building)
  • Debate Club meetsin A-12 (check the Event Calendar for dates)
  • Drama Club meets Fridays from 3:05-3:30 in the auditorium.
  • FBLA meets every 2nd and 4th Wednesday from 2:15-3:15 pm in A-8. (See the Event Calendar for dates.)
  • FPS meeting dates: from 2-4:15  in Room A12
  • Girls' League meetings every Thursday after 7th period in Mrs. Dohe's classroom, A29.
  • Key Club meets every Wednesday at 2:15 in P-6.
  • Knowledge Bowl meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 pm in S-6.
  • Latino Club meetings every Thursday at 3:15 in room A32.
  • NHS meeting every other Monday (check the Event Calendar for dates) in room A-14.
  • Outdoor Club meets during lunches on the 2nd Tuesday of the month in Mrs. Nelson’s room, S-11.
  • Spanish Speaking Club, Mon, Tue, Thur, 2:00-4:00, Room S-22 with Citlaly Gutierrez-Fuentes
  • Sports Medicine Club- in the ATR (Athletic Training Room).  Check the Events Calendar for dates.

21st Century Schedule:
Monday: Wake Up Wa-Hi Filming A19 3:00-4:30 and Indoor Soccer Club @ Garrison Middle School 6-8
Tuesday: Indoor Soccer Club @ Garrison Middle School 6-8
Wednesday: Key Club in P6 2:00-3:00 and Dungeons and Dragons 2:00-5:00 in P3
Thursday and Friday: 3D Printing in A21 3:00-4:30

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Career Center-Events and Job Postings

    Explore these events!

Women at Work event at WWCC. May 24, Lunch provided. 12:30 - 2 PM. Main Bldg. D, RM. 185A/B. Includes women speakers from Pape, Dow AgroSciences, Pacific Ethanol, WW Fire District, and Pipe Welders Assoc. See Ms. Clizer in the Wa-Hi Career Center for more details/flyer.
Consider a career in the trades or technology
Hear stories of professionals currently working in the field
Learn the challenges and benefits of working in non-traditional roles.

 
Job Openings:

Soccer referees needed for fall. Work for the City of Walla Walla. Pay between $10-$18 per game. Free training provided. Games start Sept. 7 and go 'til Oct. 13.
Contact Clay Lindsey - 527-4527 - clindsey@wallawallawa.gov

 Current Seniors - WW Fair & Frontier Days is hiring for Aug. 29-Sept.2, 2018. Must be 18 by Fair start date. Jobs available: Bussing Tables, Grounds, Midnight Crew, Restroom Attendant, Ticket Office Cashiers, Barns Crew. Get your name on the applicant interest list by contacting:
Alice Freyer, 509.524.5230/ afreyer@esd.wa.gov



 

 



 

 

 

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