Winter Ball Spirit Days

12/3 Monday - Holiday Sweater Day
12/4 Tuesday - Flannel Day
12/5 Wednesday - White Out Wednesday
12/6 Thursday - Pajama Day
12/7 Friday - Red (Soph/Senior vs Green (junior/Frosh) Day
• Online voting for Winter Ball Royalty will take place 11/26 - 11/30. Results will be announced at the Winter Ball on Saturday, December 8.
Students are encouraged to check their emails November 26 for a link to vote for Winter Ball Royalty


Yamate-WaHi Japan Exchange Program 2019 Meeting

Monday, November 19th, 7:00pm in V-01 (Mr. Calhoun's room)

NEW: WE HAVE THE LIST OF STUDENTS COMING TO WALLA WALLA, and we are ready to start deciding which groups will stay with which families. The process of placing the Yamate students begins at our next meeting.

Interested in hosting Japanese students in April 2019? Interested in travelling to Japan during the summer of 2019? If so, come to our monthly evening meeting to learn about this exchange program that has been a wonderful part of the WaHi experience for over 40 years. Can't make the meeting? Then check in with Mr. Calhoun (V-01 or thru email) for information and details about next month's meeting.


Winter Ball

Winter Ball will be held December 8, 2018 at the Walla Walla Fairgrounds.
Tickets prices: $10 with ASB card and $15 w/out ASB Card
Tickets for Wa-Hi Students Only will be sold at the door for $15 with a Wa-Hi ID card - no discount for having an ASB card.

Guests from another school are allowed to attend if they have obtained a Wa-Hi guest form and had it signed at their home school.
They will need to return that form to Wa-Hi and purchase a ticket for $15.
This must be done by Friday, November 30th.



Seniors! The FAFSA and WASFA are available beginning today! These are really important documents for anyone looking at pursuing more education beyond Wa-Hi (at any Technical-2 year-4 year schools). Wa-Hi will be offering opportunities to help you complete this document during flex periods and in the evenings. It's our hope that nearly ever Wa-Hi senior completes either the FAFSA (for US Citizens) or the WASFA (for non-citizens). Questions? Ask the Career or Counseling Centers.


Lunch Area

Students please make sure you clean up your outdoor lunch area. Failure to do so may result in a smaller supervised lunch area to eat. Students are eating lunch near the creek etc. are leaving too much trash. If you like your eating area and freedom......keep it! CLEAN



Senior pictures and Senior quotes are due Friday, October 26. Submit yours using the link on the Yearbook page on the Wa-Hi website.


Academic Lab

Looking for a place to study, do homework, or get help with your classes? Come to Academic Lab in the GEAR UP room, A-33. Hours are Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri 2-4 pm & Wed 1:15-3:00 pm.

Bonus- Enjoy some coffee, cocoa, or candy while you're working!



Students must park on campus and have their permit displayed. Students can pick up a parking permit application at the ASB office or security. Students may be fined for parking illegally and a hold slip placed. It's free parking......in designated areas.


Parent Workshops Scheduled

Upcoming WWPS Hosted/Partnered Workshops and Opportunities for Parents and Staff can be viewed at: http://getconnected.unitedwayww.org/event/


Career Center-Events and Job Postings

    Explore these events!

 • Career Center has college visits scheduled:
2 - College of Idaho, 10:18-10:48 (Flex)
4 - Whitworth University, 11:45
24 - UW Bothell, 8:30-9:15

25 - Central Washington University, 10:15-11:45
26 – PLU, 8:30am - 9:30am
 The University of Idaho will be visiting Thursday, October 18, 5th period and both lunches in Ms Curles' office and 6th period in Mrs Meliah's class to meet with migrant students or students who have been migrant in the past to talk about college for people with that background. If this fits you, please come talk to him.

1 - Gonzaga 8:15-9am (1st and 2nd period)
7 - UPS,
2nd period
- Willamette, 5th period
16- Evergreen State College, 8:30-10:30am
20 - Carroll College, 9:24- 10:12 am







Career Center-Volunteer Opportunities

In order to graduate, every senior needs to have 10 hours of Community Service/Volunteering for every year they attend Wa-Hi. That means that most seniors need 40 hours of community service upon graduation.

Learn more about volunteering at Wa-Hi! Here's a helpful slideshow (view here)

Volunteer Documentation Forms are always available in the College & Career Center inside the library.

NEW Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Albertsons is looking for people to hand out cider and hot cocoa for their Turkey Bucks events Saturdays and Sundays 11-6 October 20-November 11. If you're interested, please let Ms Curles know.

  • The Childrens Museum of Walla Walla is looking for volunteers for their Fall Festival October 20, 10-3. Email director@cmww.orgif you're interested!

  • The Career Center is looking for volunteers October 18 and 19 for the Career and College Fair. Sign up at bit.ly/2E7hCaq

Click here - United Way of Walla Walla Link to Volunteer Opportunities



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