Seniors, bring copies of your college acceptance letters to the stage area in the Commons and hang them on the new board! When you decide which school you are attending place a pin on the map!
'TOGETHER as Blue Devils, we can all celebrate with YOU'


SEATech Open House

SEATech Open House Monday, March 5th. Drop in anytime between 5 pm and 7 pm to check out our programs –
Audio Video Production, Advanced Manufacturing & Welding, Construction Technology, Health Science Careers - and our BRAND NEW Criminal Justice Program! Any questions, please call SEATech at 509.526.2000.


La La Land Movie Night!

Support the WaHi orchestra!
When: March 2nd at 7:00 PM. (doors open at 6:30 PM to play Kahoot and win prizes!) Where: WaHi Auditorium. Cost: Suggested donation of $3


EF Student Travel Adventure to Peru.

Student/Parent/Guardian/Teacher Informational Meeting
Monday, February 26, 2018 @ 7pm
Walla Walla Community College, Room 209

This trip is open to students in grades 6-11, their families & any teachers who would like to join us, though this is not a school sponsored trip. Please join us for an informational meeting to learn more about this wonderful travel & educational opportunity.

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. The link to our website- www.eftours.com/2027851vd


FREE Showing

Dream Big is a HUGE film that celebrates the human ingenuity behind engineering marvels big and small.
Do you have an interest in engineering?
See the free showing of Dream Big, March 1 @ 6:00 PM in the Wa-Hi Auditorium.


SEA Tech Tours

Students, want to tour SEA Tech?
See Claircy Clizer in the Career Center to sign up and get your permission form.
Permission forms are due Feb. 26. Tours will be Thursday March 1.


Running Start Information Nights

Wednesday, February 28 and Tuesday, March 6 @ 6:00 p.m.
WWCC Performing Arts Center Bldg. E/ Auditorium
Prospective students and their parents are invited to learn about Running Start including:
· Who is eligible?
· How much does it cost?
· How many courses can I take?
· How do I get enrolled?
For more information contact: Ben Rotert, Running Start Coordinator @ 509-527-4315 or ben.rotert@wwcc.edu
Running Start allows qualified high school juniors and seniors to take some or all of their high school coursework at WWCC, earning both high school and college credits. View flier here.


Health Science Careers/Pre-Nursing Class at SeaTech

Do you like to work with people? Are you interested in helping others? If so SEAtech Health Science Careers/Pre-Nursing is the class for you. Students will sit for State Boards and become a CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT. First step in becoming a Registered Nurse. Priority registration is now open...so register before the class fills.


Advanced Manufacturing and Welding Technology Class at SEA Tech

Do you like to work with your hands?  Are you interested in building things?  If so SEA Tech’s Advanced Manufacturing and Welding Technology is the class you are looking for.  Earn high school and college credits while earning industry certifications. Priority registration is now open so register before the class fills.


Love and Logic Classes Offered

WWPS Presents Parenting the Love & Logic Way
The 5-session class will be hosted at Pioneer Middle School, Feb 27, March 6, 13, 20, 27 from 5:30-8:00. It is in both English and Spanish. Click to view the English/Spanish flier.


Secondary Open Enrollment

Applications for Secondary Open Enrollment for the 2018-19 School Year accepted in February. 
Walla Walla Public Schools will hold secondary open enrollment for middle and high school students for the 2018-2019 school year February 1-28.
Secondary parents/guardians who wish to open enroll their child to a school outside of their attendance area may complete the Open Enrollment application at their attendance area school district office during normal business hours beginning January 22. However, applications will not be accepted in the receiving school until Thursday, February 1.


ASE Tutoring

NEW! - 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



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


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



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


Career Center-Events and Job Postings

    Explore these events!

St. Mary's Hospital volunteer coordinator will be at Wa-Hi on Feb. 8, 11:25 a.m. and 12:25 p.m. (both lunches) with information on how you can become a volunteer. Bring your lunch and join us in the Career Center for this informative session.

LCSC - Lewis Clark State College admissions officer will be at Wa-Hi Feb. 8, 1:45 - 2:45 p.m. If you need help or just have college questions or need financial aid advice, stop by. If you need a pass from class, let Ms. Clizer know: cclizer@wwps.org

 Health Science Career Day on the EWU/WSU Spokane campus. Friday, March 2, 2018. 9:30 - 2 :00.
No cost. Lunch provided. Capacity is limited. Register online at: ewu.edu/spring2018HSCD
Info flyer is at the Career Center table in the Library.

SCRUBS Camp February 17, 2018, 7:45 a.m., Richland High School. No cost to attend. Lunch provided. Register by Feb. 9th at www.ewu.edu/scrubscamp
Info flyer is at the Career Center table in the Library

Summer Internship Project H.O.P.E. (Health Occupations Experience) Application open now through March 15, 2018. Space is limited. Info flyer is at the Career Center table in the Library. Apply at https://sites.ewu.edu/ewahec/programs/students/project-hope/
Get help on writing the application essay by contacting, Robyn Takamine: projecthope@ewu.edu






Career Center-Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities:

Leadership interns are needed for Camp Invention, at Berney Elementary July 16-20. Earn 40 volunteer hours (get your graduation requirement done!), mentor elementary students and have a great time at this STEM focused camp. Get more information or sign up with:
Mrs. Burt in S-5 or write: mburt@wwps.org
Mrs. Laufenburg in S-16 or write: jlaufenburg@wwps.org
Jennifer Stone, Camp Director, jennifer.stone@wwcc.edu

Wa-Hi Class Reunion 1998, needs volunteers to help decorate, set-up, take tickets, and clean-up at their Reunion on July 21, 2018. Earn up to 7 hours, 4 - 7 PM. Event will be at The Foundry winery.
Contact Nicole at 509-200-2398 or e-mail: beancole27@gmail.com

Providence St. Mary's needs 4 volunteers to help with valet parking at their Foundation event on Feb. 22 at Corliss Estates, 511 N. 2nd Ave., 5-9 p.m. Must be able-bodied, able to run, be licensed, and be friendly. If interested contact Patti at 509-897-2072 or patti.lennartson@providence.org

Providence St, Mary's is starting a summer volunteer program for students ages 16-18. Online applications will open in April. See details in the flyer on Career Center info. table in the Library.

Prospect Point Elementary School after school homework club is looking for a few volunteers. Go to Prospect Point and pick up the necessary paperwork to get started or if you have questions, write to Julie at: jwiley@wwps.org

Be a softball umpire! Paid position or volunteer. Contact WW Parks & Recreation, Clay Lindsey, asap.or call 509-526-4527.

Frenchtown Historic site is looking for volunteers on Feb. 17th, to help spread mulch 50'x50' area. Work from 10:00 a.m. - 2 p.m. Transportation can be arranged if needed. The site is 8 miles west of Walla Walla on old Hwy. 12. Contact Sarah at hurlbuse@whitman.edu

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



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