Hi Future WHS student!
My name is Mrs. Brimhall, I am the 9th grade Academic counselor. I look forward to meeting you in person next school year. To get class registration started, I have enrolled you into the 4 Freshman core classes: Algebra 1, English 9, Earth & Space Science, and World History. However, to complete your class registration you will need to select 5 elective classes (see below list of classes and descriptions). To do this, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information.
1. Your Full Name
2. Your top 5 choices for elective classes (see below list). Please number your elective classes (from the list below) in order with 1 being most preferred to 5 being least. Class requests will be entered as I receive your emails; therefore, the sooner you email me your preferences, the more likely you will be registered for your top 2, most preferred elective classes.
If you have questions or concerns, please email or call me at 928-288-8170. Thanks!
WHS 2020-21 Elective classes:
Career Tech- Keyboarding (Typing), Employability skills, Basic computer skills, Career &College Prep
Agriculture- plants, landscaping, animal science, soils, water quality, aquaculture, FFA leadership.
Construction-Learn how to build safely, using power tools for shop based for activities.
Drafting- learn basic computer drawing skills used in design, construction and manufacturing fields.
Digital Printing-Design logos, graphics, brochures, posters, signs and other types of visual communication.
Law and Public Safety-Examine jurisdiction of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies and court systems.
Band- Fall: Marching band, Spring: Concert Band
Concert Chorus-Vocal skills, musical knowledge, musicianship and ensemble. Music performances.
Orchestra- String orchestra music, learning of scales, small ensemble and solo rehearsal.
Intro to Percussion-Instrumental music performance class which uses percussion instruments.
Vocal Ensemble (audition required)- Vocal group that performs for a variety of school and community events
Drawing I-Offers a wide range of experience in a variety of art skills and media.
Girls Physical Education (PE)-Fitness, cardiovascular development and team social interaction.
Physical Education (PE)-Fitness, cardiovascular development and team social interaction.
Weights-Focus on muscular strength, endurance, flexibility, and safety.
Navajo Government-Navajo History, from the Athapaskan years to the migration, to present day.
Navajo Language (required GPA 3.0)-Vocabulary and correct way to speak and write in Navajo.
Spanish I (required GPA 3.0)-vocabulary and correct way to speak and write in Spanish.