Seniors: If you are planning to attend the Baccalaureate Service given to you by the First Priority Club on Sunday, May 5th @ 2pm, please let Mrs. Foster or Mrs. Jackson know. Thank you!
Students: If you received an invitation to the Elks Banquet, do not forget to purchase additional tickets in the office. See Mrs. Carson ($10.00) Deadline will be Monday, April 29th; LIST IS POSTED IN THE LOBBY.
Students …. All library books must be returned by May 17th. The library will be closed for check out the following week, May 20 -22 for inventory. Take care of your fines and get your books turned in! Thank you! - Mrs. Jackson
SENIORS - Your baccalaureate service is coming up fast! The baccalaureate, sponsored by the First Priority Club, is a Nondenominational Christian service, serving the purpose of blessing the seniors as they graduate from high school to adulthood. There will be encouraging speakers, music, gifts, and a reception to follow. If you are planning to attend, please let Mrs. Jackson or Mrs. Foster know as soon as possible!
Students and Staff…. Lanyards $1 – See Ms. Thomas in room 104
Seniors! Is your parent a member of a union? Not sure, ask them, you may be eligible for FREE COLLEGE. Union Plus has a list of eligible unions that your parents may pay membership too. unionplusfreecollege.org is offering FREE College thru an accredited school, Eastern Gateway Community College. There is no deadline and a list of degree programs offered is on the website. For more information, see Mrs. Brown in room 110!
First Priority Christian Club: First Priority (a non-denominational Christian Club) has moved meetings to Wednesdays, after school, in room 115. All are welcome!
MUSIC CLUB! WHS Music Club is happening every TUESDAY this year after 7th period, 2:40 – 4:00 in Gordon’s room 206. Stop by and pick up a permission slip if you would like to join us! ROCK ON, WINSLOW HIGH SCHOOL!
Drama Club! Meetings every Wednesday, 4:00pm, PAC. All officers must attend without excused absence. See Mr. Kerr for details.
Game Club! Meetings every Thursday, after school, Room 111. New members welcome! See Mr. Kerr for details.
Students and Staff…. In a hurry for breakfast on Monday morning? Book Club will be selling hot chocolate and breakfast burritos on Monday mornings, and breakfast burritos on Fridays as well. $3 for a chorizo, steak, or bacon burrito, $2 for a cup of hot chocolate. Burritos have egg, cheese, and potato.
ATTENTION SENIORS… GUESS what time it is? Time to stop by, see Mrs. Huerta, and check on your fines. Do not wait until the last minute to surprise your parents with a $500.00 bill the day before graduation. Take care of it now. Note, you will not be allowed to participate in any senior activities unless you are cleared through the bookstore. Stop by and see Mrs. Huerta today!
SENIORS: See Mrs. Tafoya in the counseling office for the extra graduation tickets you have earned. Please refer to your senior packet to see what events and activities qualify for the opportunity to earn extra tickets
Attention Seniors: Do you have a picture you would like in the Senior Slideshow. See Mrs. Carson in the office. Deadline is May 6, 2019
Math Club – Meeting Thursday after school
Seniors: Just a reminder in order to receive your 3 free tickets from the Bookstore, you must be cleared with all fines paid and all books turned in by this Friday, April 26th. If you need to turn in books, you may bring them to the front office and turn them in at any time. You can also pay your fines in the front office or if they are library fines in the library anytime. Any questions see Mrs. Huerta or Mrs. Carson in the front office. Thank you!
Seniors: We have a few Senior shirts or Sweatshirts left. T-shirts are $20 dollars and Sweatshirts are $30. COME TO THE OFFICE
Congratulations: Tristin Carrell, Caitlyn Clark, Jackson Cox, and Aydon DeSpain for leading a round table discussion at the city, and starting up a City Wide Winslow Clean Up Date! Mark your calendar for the First Saturday in June! Keep your eye open for the coming announcement! Great job in representing WHS students and displaying city pride.
ATTENTION Students …. Night School/ Academic Lab is available to all students. Monday thru Friday 3:30p.m. To 7:00p.m. In room 201. Dr. Hartman
Students: Seniors are you interested in attending a Career and Technical School next fall. Horatio Alger is now accepting applications from senior who are planning to attend a career school. You must be able to demonstrate financial need and receive the Pell Grant. For more information, visit scholars.horatioalger.org deadline is 6/15
DEADLINE for Edgenuity-Course Recovery for the 2018/19 graduating class is May 17, 2019.
DEADLINE for Edgenuity-Course Recovery “test-out” is May 1, 2019.
Senior: Order your Cap & Gowns. ($73.00)
SENIORS: See Mrs. Carson in the office for your 8 reserve seating graduation tickets
Graduation cap requirements:
Decorations must stay within the dimensions of the hat. The tassel should be the only object hanging from the cap.
Decorations must be flat and cannot alter the cap.
Decorations cannot cover the entire cap. Background color must still be visible
Must be cleared by School Administration
FIRST LUNCH: Maroon -Top Floor, Gym, SU, IA, SCI, BE
SECOND LUNCH: B Gold - Bottom Floor, PAC,
DELAYED START WEEK¦
1st Lunch Based on 3rd Hour Top Floor, Gym, SU, IA, SCI, BE
2nd Lunch Based on 3rd Hour Bottom Floor, PAC,
Student ID Discipline Chart
Consequences for not displaying/possessing School ID
1st Violation- Phone call home by Administrator
2nd Violation- 30 min of Campus Clean-up
3rd Violation- 1 Hour of Campus Clean-up
4th Violation- 1 Day of In-School Suspension (ISS)
5th Violation- 2 Days of ISS
6th Violation 1 Day of Out-of School Suspension (OSS) and Loss of Extra Curricular Privileges for 30 days
7th Violation-2 Days OSS and Loss of Extra Curricular Privileges for the remainder of the Semester
8th Violation- Possible Long-Term Suspension for Insubordination
These Consequences are cumulative for the semester.
Note: Refusing to provide access to your ID to an adult on campus is considered Insubordination and will disciplined as such.
SCHOLARSHIPS & MORE
Scholarship: Don't Text & Don't Drive scholarship digitalresponsibility.org deadline 9/30 Technology addiction Awareness Scholarship 01/30/2019 E-Waste Scholarship 4/30/2019
Scholarship: Abbot and Fenner are now accepting scholarship applications from juniors and seniors who plan to attend a post-secondary institution. Deadline is 6/14/2019 abbottandfenner.com
Big Sun Scholarship All student athletes are eligible to apply. Must be a senior in high school and currently involved in a sport. www.bigsunathletics.com Deadline is 6/19/19
SCHOLARSHIP: B. Davis Scholarship is now accepting online applications from students. For more information visit http://www.studentawardsearch.com/scholarships.htm. Deadline is 5/24/2019
Scholarships: Students Midwestern University if Phoenix is accepting applications for their summer opportunities for students who are interested in exploring a variety of health professions. For more information, http://www.midwestern.edu/AZHealth deadline is 5/2019
Scholarship: All student athletes are eligible to apply regardless of which sport they participate in. Students must be a high school senior and currently involved in some sport at their high school or in the community. http://www.bigsunathletics.com deadline is 6/19
Seniors- Arizona Community Foundation is accepting applications from high school seniors who plan to attend a post-secondary institution of any kind after graduation. For more information, visit firstname.lastname@example.org deadlines vary depending on scholarship.
SCHOLARSHIP: Mattie Cowan Scholarship High school seniors who have at least a 2.5 GPA and will be pursuing a degree in agriculture. Deadline is 4/15 http://www.arizonacowbelles.org
Scholarship: American Legion Legacy Scholarship- Students must have parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, or legal guardians who have served our country in the military since 9/11. Deadline is 5/1/2019 http://www.legion.org
Students …. Barrett Summer Scholars 2019 Program is a unique summer program at ASU for gifted, honors and academically talented 9th graders. This residential program invites students to live on campus, engage in college level coursework and participate in a community of peers from across the state. https://eoss.asu.edu/bss deadline is 4/19
SCHOLARSHIP: ZipRecruiter is offering a $3000 scholarship. This scholarship is offered every quarter with deadlines of 12/31, 3/31, 6/30, 9/30. For more information visit https://www.ziprecruiter.com/scholarship
SCHOLARSHIP: American Legion Legacy Scholarship is now available online. Students must have a parent, grandparent, great-grandparent or legal guardian who has served our country in the military since September 2011. Student must be a senior. Deadline is 4/15/2019 http://www.legion.org
Students …. Duke University Summer Session for High School Students- there are different summer sessions available. One is a credit earning session, the other is not. For more information, http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students deadline is 4/15/19
SCHOLARSHIP: Ministries of Financial Aid and Continuing Education is now accepting scholarship applications from seniors who are members of an American Baptist Church congregation and plan to attend a post-secondary institution in the fall. Deadline is 4/30 http://www.nationalministries.org/education/financial_aid
ATTENTION SENIORS: Seniors Helios Scholars at TGen is offering an internship program for graduating seniors interested in research. For more information visit http://www.tgen.org/intern
Students …. Students TGen in Phoenix has a summer program for current sophomore and junior high school students interested in biomedical research. Each graduate will receive a $1,000 scholarship. The program does not offer housing. Applications and more information is available at tgen.org/academy.
Students …. Navajo Technical University presents the L.E.A.P Summer Bridge Program. Students can spend a summer at NTU earning college credits Students can pick up applications from Mrs. Brown in the Career Center.
Students: University of Arizona Engineering Program is now accepting applications for the Summer Engineering Academy. 6 different one-week camps are offered. Deadlines vary depending on date of the camp the student chooses. For more information visit http://www.engineering.arizona.edu
Seniors: Plaintiff Relief Scholarship is now accepting applications from high school seniors who demonstrate academic achievement, leadership and financial need. Deadline is 5/1 to apply and for more information http://plaintiffrelief.com/ scroll to the very bottom of the page.
Students …. Are you interested in attending a summer camp at GCU? GCU has academic and sports camps available to sophomore, junior and senior high school students. A list of all the camps available can be found at gcu.edu/summerinstitute deadline to apply is 5/17/2019
Students: Navajo Technical University presents the L.E.A.P Summer Bridge Program. Students can spend a summer at NTU earning college credits Students can pick up applications from Mrs. Brown in the Career Center.
Students: GCU Summer Institute 2019 is now accepting applications for its summer college programs for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. Students must have at least a 3.0 GPA. For more information, visit gcu.edu/SummerInstitute Deadline is 5/17/2019
Students …. Duct Brand Duct Tape Stuck at Prom contest- Students can register as a single or couple. Must be at least 14 years or older. Couples will design and make a prom dress and matching tuxedo. For more information about the rules log on to the website at stuckatprom.com. Deadline is July 9th
SCHOLARSHIP: Bonnie Brennan Elementary is offering a scholarship to seniors who attended Bonnie Brennan for at least 1 full school year. Deadline is 5/1 See Mrs. Brown for an application
Scholarship: Native American Scholarship is for Native American students who have CIBs and who will enroll in the fall at a technical school, community college or university. See Mrs. Brown for an application deadline is 4/19
Scholarship: Phoenix Suns Charities is offering scholarships to seniors who have at least a 3.5 GPA and plan to attend an Arizona state college. Deadline is 5/15 https://azfoundation.academicworks.com/opportunities/1476
SCHOLARSHIP: American Indian Graduate Center is offering scholarships to high school Native American seniors. 2.7 GPA and will be a full time student in the fall. http://www.aigcs.org deadline is 5/1
Scholarship: Rotary Club of Winslow is pleased to offer three different scholarships to seniors who will be attending a post-secondary institution in the fall of 2019. See Mrs. Brown for an application deadline is 5/1
SCHOLARSHIP: Judy Peterson Scholarship/Washington Elementary is accepting scholarship applications from seniors who attending Washington Elementary for at least 1 full school year, and who will be attending a college or university in the fall. See Mrs. Brown for an application deadline is 4/30
Scholarship: Jefferson Elementary School is now offering their scholarship to seniors who attending Jefferson for at least one full school year. See Mrs. Brown for an application deadline is 4/30
SCHOLARSHIP: Student-View Scholarship Program is offering scholarships to high school seniors who plan to attend a college, community college, or career school. Deadline is 4/22 http://www.student-view.com
SCHOLARSHIP: The Northern Arizona Native American Foundation Scholarship assists high school seniors who are planning to attend a college, community college or vocational school in the fall of 2019. Deadline is 5/1 http://tnanaf.org to apply
Attention Seniors: Winslow Indian Health Care Center is now accepting applications for their healthcare scholarship. Seniors must have a 2.5 GPA, and a resume. See Mrs. Brown for an application deadline is 4/26
SCHOLARSHIP: Native Vision awards annual college scholarships to outstanding American Indian youth. Senior must have at least a 3.0 GPA, extra-curricular activities and be admitted to a community or university. Deadline is 5/10 http://www.nativevision.org
SCHOLARSHIP: NTUA Scholarships- Navajo Tribal Utility Authority academic scholarship is now accepting online applications. Students must be interested in pursuing a degree related to the multi-service industry. For more information, visit http://www.ntua.com deadline is 4/26
SCHOLARSHIP: The family of Ron Bellman is pleased to offer the Ron Bellman Memorial Scholarship to graduating seniors who will be attending a post-secondary institution in the fall of 2019. See Mrs. Brown for an application deadline is 4/18
Seniors: Just Cruis'n Car Club is accepting scholarship applications from seniors who will be attending a trade or technical school in the fall. The area of study ideally would be automotive or motorcycle related, but can include mechanic, bodywork, painting and welding. See Mrs. Brown for an application deadline is 5/1
Scholarship: Bonnie Brennan Elementary is offering a scholarship to seniors who attended Bonnie Brennan for at least 1 full school year. Deadline is 5/1 See Mrs. Brown for an application
SCHOLARSHIP: Ministries of Financial Aid is offering a scholarship to seniors who are members of an American Baptist Church congregation and plan to attend school full time in the fall. http://www.nationalministries.org deadline 4/30
Seniors: the Stephanie Lynne Calams Memorial Scholarship is now accepting applications. This is a LOCAL scholarship thru the Winslow Police Department. Two $2,500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating seniors. One will be awarded to a senior attending a college or university and one will be awarded to a student attending a certified trade school in the fall. Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA and have financial need. See Mrs. Brown for an application. Deadline is May 1st