Whitewater Wildcats

April 2021

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Georgia Milestones End-of-Course Testing

Monday, April 19: Algebra 1 Part 1 and American Literature Part 1

Tuesday, April 20: Algebra 1 Part 2 and American Literature Part 2 & 3

Wednesday, April 21: Biology and US History

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Honors Nights

Tuesday, April 27 @ 6:30 pm - Underclass Honors Night

Thursday, May 6 @ 6:30 pm - Senior Honors Night

*Invitations will be mailed to honorees.


Mark your calendars and plan to join us on April 24th for our 2021 Campus Clean-Up Day!


PTSO Scholarship winners will be announced at Senior Honors Night on Thursday, May 6th @ 6:30pm

Join the PTSO @ www.whitewaterptso.org. $25/family membership

Follow us on facebook - https://www.facebook.com/whitewaterhsptso/


Volleyball Tryouts

2021-2022 Whitewater High School Girls Volleyball Tryouts will be May 10th-14th 4:00pm-6:30pm. The physical/medical release packet must be completed and uploaded in PRIVIT before attending any conditioning and/or Tryouts. Access to those items are on the Athletics tab on the school website. Email Coach Dawkins if you would like more information- dawkins.margaret@mail.fcboe.org

Science March Madness

As a fun and educational way to enlighten the curriculum for Mrs. Dupree's AP Biology classes and Mrs. Kozlowski's Gifted & STEM Biology classes, students participated in March Mammal Madness! Students researched the adaptations and fitness for 64 contenders in a March Madness style tournament. Students filled out their brackets and cheered their animals on to the championship. Brackets were posted in the hallways for all students to see. In the end, the red kangaroo was the March Mammal Madness champion! Until next year, this will be the reigning champion!
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WHS Sources of Strength


This month WHS S.O.S. peer leaders are asking students to identify their "Trusted Adult"

One of the best ways we can protect young people from suicide is for them to have caring, connected, and positive adults in their lives. A Trusted Adult could be a parent, an older sibling, relative, employer, teacher, coach, faith leader, or community member - anyone that a young person to reach out to. Take a moment to talk with your students about the "trusted adults" in their lives.

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Reminder: WHS Drop-off Policy

Currently, we are not accepting any items that were left at home by students, including but not limited to: Chromebooks, homework, instruments, PE clothes, lunches, money, etc.
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Students can meet with their teachers for help sessions before or after school. Students should contact the teacher to coordinate date and time.


Digital Services

Digital Services Updates and Resources Document

Chromebook Insurance and Technology Help Information

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