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Winslow High School Bulletin for Monday, January 27, 2020

WE WILL HAVE DELAYED START NEXT WEEK

Students … School Play Meeting: Monday, Jan. 27, 3:45 PM, Room 111. Officers must attend. Be prepared to read for the new script. Tech crew, please attend. All are welcome! Talk to Mr. Kerr for details.

First Priority: Is selling nachos in the library on Wednesdays during lunch and after school $3.00 a serving.

Burrito Friday is back! Book Club is selling breakfast bacon, steak, or chorizo burritos, $4 each. You may pre-order in the library.

First Priority: Will meet in the library after school on Wednesdays. All are welcome.

Art Club: Meets after school (2:30-3:30) on Thursdays in the art room (rm. 211). All are welcome.

Seniors … ASVB re-take on February 25, 2020 in the WHS Library. Please, sign-up in the counseling office by February 20, 2020.

Students … Any student coming out for track, there is a brief meeting in the gym on Tuesday at 3:00 p.m."

ATTENTION Students: Want to contribute pictures to the school yearbook? Great yearbooks rely on great photos. Skipple enables everyone to submit photos of the very best moments. It is as easy as downloading an app. You can download Skipple from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. Once you open the app, type your school name and select it from the list. Please be sure to select Winslow High School in Winslow Arizona. Sign up for a Skipple account and the school will be associated with your username. Any photo you upload will now appear in the photo feed for that school. Pictures must be school appropriate and not all pictures that are submitted will make it into the yearbook.

 

 

ATTENTION SENIORS! Senior Slide Show information! If you have pictures of your Senior with other, Seniors please send to ginaconsiglio@hotmail.com I will put together a Senior Slide show for the Senior night Assembly Night Assembly. You can also put them on a flash drive and bring it to the High School office.

Students …. YEARBOOKS: It is that time of year again! Purchase your Winslow High School yearbooks go to https://whsyearbooks.picaboo.com and purchase them online. The cost for yearbooks is $60.00 for hardcover, $50 for softcover and $15 for an eBook. Deadline to order is April 1st.

Senior pictures: Must be in by March 13. Please remember, senior pictures must follow school dress code, including no hats. Pictures must be headshots, and again with no head wear. Bring them to the office.

 

 

 

 

 

WHS Early Out Schedule 2019-20

1st Period 7:25-8:05

2nd Period 8:10-8:45

3rd Period 8:50-9:25

5th Period 9:30-10:05

6th Period10:10-10:45

10:45-11:15 Lunch

7th Period 11:20-12:00

8th Period 12:05 – 1:00

 

 

SENIOR NEWS

Seniors: TIME TO ORDER YOUR CAP & GOWNS.  $63.00

Seniors! It is time to get those baby pictures in for the yearbook! Baby pictures must be in by December 19th. Bring them to the office.

ATTENTION SENIORS! Senior Slide Show information! If you have pictures of your Senior with other, Seniors please send to ginaconsiglio@hotmail.com I will put together a Senior Slide show for the Senior night Assembly Night Assembly. You can also put them on a flash drive and bring it to the High School office.

 

Senior pictures: Must be in by March 13. Please remember, senior pictures must follow school dress code, including no hats. Pictures must be headshots, and again with no head wear. Bring them to the office

 

 

SCHOLARSHIPS & MORE

 

Worth & Dot Howard Scholarship Seniors who are in the top 20% of their class and aspire to attend a four-year college/university are encouraged to apply. Please see Mrs. Arend for an application. The deadline is February 28, 2020.


Students …. The University of Arizona has announced the launch of the Pell Pledge Grant, which will make college more accessible for all Arizona students. Beginning with the fall 2020 semester, all Arizona-resident, Pell-eligible freshmen attending the main campus will have the cost of their base tuition covered for four years


Scholarship: The scholarship application, along with additional information, can be accessed on our scholarship site: www.coolidgescholars.org. Please note the deadline is 5:00 PM EST, Thursday, January 16, 2020. If you have any questions regarding the scholarship, the Coolidge Scholars Program can be reached by email at coolidgescholars@coolidgefoundation.org or by phone at (202) 827-4291.


SUMMER CAMP OPPORTUNITY: The American Legion Law Enforcement Career Academy is a partnered youth program between the Department of Arizona American Legion and the Arizona Department of Public Safety (AZDPS) that began back in 1981 and has now reached its 38th year. The program consists of an eight-day encampment from June 13th through June 20th, 2020, and is held at the Emmanuel Pines Camp, which is located outside of Prescott, Arizona. The program is offered to youth between the ages of 11 and 19. Cadets are fed three meals a day and provided quarters and uniforms. This camp is not meant to correct disciplinary problems, but is developed for youth interested in law enforcement or the military. Physical training is rigorous, so cadets attending the academy must be able to run 1.5 miles and complete a set number of push-ups and sit-ups before entering the academy. Cadets will experience many aspects of law enforcement including, but not limited to: First-Aid, Air-Rescue, Introduction to Police K-9, Defensive Tactics, SWAT, Collision Investigation, Bomb Squad, Citizenship and Americanism, Building Searches, Active Shooter, Narcotics, etc... The majority of the instruction of the camp is provided by certified Arizona or federal law enforcement officers along with military personnel. To access the application and for more information regarding the ALLECA program, visit


Scholarship: Review It Scholarship is now accepting applications for seniors who will be attending a college or university in the fall of 2020 and has at least a 2.5 GPA. Deadline is 4/30/20 http://www.drchiureviews.com


SCHOLARSHIP: B. Davis Scholarship is now accepting applications from juniors and seniors. For more information, visit http://studentawardsearch.com/scholarship.htm deadline is 5/22


Scholarship: Union Plus Scholarship Program is now accepting applications for seniors whose parent belong to a union, BLE, UTU, AEA etc. Student must be attending a post-secondary school in the fall of 20. Please have your parents check the website to see if their union qualifies. http://www.unionplus.org/college-education-financing/scholarships deadline is 1/31/20


Students …. WUE) provides the opportunity for students to attend a public college, at the undergraduate level outside Arizona, at a reduced level of tuition (150% of the host institution's resident tuition.) The WICHE member states are Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.


Foot Locker Scholarships Foot Locker has partnered with Going Merry. Seniors can obtain college application fee waivers through GOING MERRY. Go to https://app.goingmerry.com/sign-in?redirect=%2Fawards%2Fcollege to sign up. See Mrs. Arend for questions.


Coconino Community College offers new CTE Programs · Marine Maintenance Technician: Will be located at CCC in Page, and it is created to specifically fill a need for that area. Students, who will likely be attracted to the program not just locally, but further afield in the western states, will learn all facets of maintaining marine crafts, like houseboats. · Cyber Security: Will be located in Flagstaff and will address a rapidly growing need in the Computer Information Systems industry. The program dovetails with CIS curricula for transfer to four-year universities. · Veterinary Technician: Will be located in Flagstaff, and is the most expensive and complex to start because of state and national requirements. The two-year program that culminates in a degree and certification will be headed by a local veterinarian who has volunteered her time to help get the program started.


Scholarship The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced the opening of the 2020 scholarship application cycle for the USDA 1994 Tribal Scholars Program. The program aims to increase the number of tribal college and university students studying agriculture, food, natural resource sciences, and other agriculture-related disciplines. See Mrs. Arend for an application. Deadline to apply is February 9, 2020


Scholarship Opportunities High school seniors, current college students, graduate students, or adult re-entry students attending accredited schools anywhere in the U.S. may apply. Scholarships are available for two-year and four-year colleges and universities, as well as technical and vocational schools. By completing the Arizona Community Foundation general application for the 2020-21 academic year, students will be matched with all of the awards for which they may be eligible. Clink on the following link: https://www.azfoundation.org/Scholarships/ScholarshipOpportunities.aspx?utm_source=ACF+eAlert&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=Scholarships+01.02.20 Stop by room 112 and see Mrs. Arend if you have any questions.

 

LUNCH SCHEDULES:

 

Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday-Friday (Based on 5th period)

FIRST LUNCH: Maroon -Top Floor, Gym, SU, IA,

SECOND LUNCH: B Gold - Bottom Floor, PAC, SCI, BE

 

DELAYED START WEEK:

 

1st Lunch Based on 3rd Hour Top Floor, Gym, SU, IA,

 

2nd Lunch Based on 3rd Hour Bottom Floor, PAC, SCI, BE