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Link Crew Community Service

Link Crew is collecting new or used clean towels for the Walla Walla Blue Mountain Humane Society. Please bring donated towels to Mrs. Higgins's classroom A-11 before Winter Break. Our goal is to collect 50 towels.


Casino Night

FFA is hosting the annual Casino Night
Friday, December 15 from 6:30 pm-9:00 pm. in room V-4.
The theme is masquerade and there is no cost to attend. Students will receive 'FFA Bucks' to play games and purchase prizes at an auction at the end of the night.
Snacks will be provided.


Spring Break 2019 Service Learning trip to Peru

Spring Break 2019 Service Learning trip to Peru: "Exploring Art, Culture & Service in Peru"
This is not a school sponsored trip, but Wa-Hi students are eligible to participate.
NOTE: EF has extended the Early Bird $200 Discount for our Spring Break 2019 tour through the December 31, 2017.
Meaningful. Sustainable. Unforgettable
From Lima to Machu Picchu, you'll be immersed in the land and culture of Peru. Connect with local communities in the Sacred Valley and learn how they preserve history, art and their heritage. There, you'll focus on the archaeological remains of the Inca Empire and their lasting cultural influences. While taking in the breathtaking sights from atop the mighty Andes, you'll also spend two days working in a local community on projects that support economic sustainability, local agriculture and access to education.
• World Language students can practice their Spanish skills or learn new Spanish skills. We will have a full-time bilingual Tour Director, so Spanish skills aren't required.
• EF Educational Tours is offering a $200 Early Bird Discount through November 15th, 2017
• Students who have traveled on a previous EF trip receive an additional $100 "Return traveler" discount.
• Parents are welcome to travel with their student & to participate in our Service Learning project.
• More information: Contact - Kathryn Southwick-Hess -
• Also visit our website for details & pricing:


Latino Student/Parent Conference at WSU

Latino Student/Parent Conference at WSU Feb. 23, 2018, all day event. Register by Dec. 22 and it's FREE. Late registration fee $25 per person after Dec. 22. Registration Forms in the Career Center.
Great information in one day and fun! Conference details:

  1. Latino and Latina Juniors and Seniors, this conference is for YOU and your PARENT
  2. Conference will be held in Spanish primarily.
  3. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) studies are the focus.
  4. Tours and workshops on college degree options, financial aid, scholarships.
  5. Transportation to and from Wa-Hi and meals are provided.
  6. Wa-Hi departure early morning, return in evening. If you prefer to drive yourself let us know.

Contact Claircy Clizer: 509-526-8680
or Marilyn Melgoza: 509-526-6784


Boys Fed "Holiday" Badminton Tournament"

Boys Fed is having their "Holiday" Badminton Tournament - December 18th
Time: 6:30pm
Location: Small gym
Team size: 2 people per team
Cost: $4.00 a person
Prizes: 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place, and a prize for best dress (Holiday Theme)
Sign up by Friday December 15th in the ASB office. All proceeds go to a local charity.


Academic Lab

Academic Lab is now in S22, Mr. Hudiburg's room. This is a quiet, focused place to get work done.
Mon, Tues, Thurs: 7th period-3:45
Wed: 7th period-2:45


ASE Tutoring for AP and CP Math and Science Students

Whitman tutors are available Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 7-9 PM (Hall of Science Room 142) to discuss topics, go over problem sets, dig deeper into the subjects, and answer questions. The opportunity is open to all students enrolled in AP or CP science and math classes in Walla Walla Valley schools. We provide study snacks and a great study environment.
For more information contact Heidi Chapin (509) 522-4441 or



Weekly Happenings:
Arts in the Community meets every Tuesday in the Career Center at 3:10 p.m.
Chem Club- meets every 2nd and 4th Thursdays from 3:10pm—4:10 pm in S-6 (science building)
Debate Club meets in 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.
• FPS meeting dates: Oct. 18, 25, Nov. 8, 29, Jan. 31 from 2-4:15 in Room A12.
Girls' League meeting: Meetings every Sunday, at 4pm 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 in room A-14.
Outdoor Club, meeting 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-information coming soon

ASE Tutoring for AP and CP Math and Science Students-Whitman tutors are available Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 7-9 PM (Hall of Science Room 142) For more information contact Heidi Chapin (509) 522-4441 or


Career Center-Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities.

  • Tutor job, paid or volunteer, opening now with Sharpstein 21st Century after school program. 16 and older preferred. Interactive, hands-on learning, interesting and fun projects. Hours are:
    M, T, Th, F - 2:45 - 5:30 p.m.
    Wed. - 1:45 - 5:30 p.m.
    Contact Rebecca at Sharpstein if interested/more information 509-526-1689 or
    Also openings at Green Park and Edison.

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



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