Woodrow Wilson Announcements

Monday, January 27th Announcements

Woodrow Wilson High School

David Burkman, Principal & EL Director

Jim Keal, Assistant Principal

Ila Hegg, Adm. Assistant

Nicole Weiss, Summer School & EL Adm. Assistant

Quote for the Day & Points to Ponder!

Quote of the Day ~ Keep Dr. King’s dreams alive. We need them.

Points to Ponder: What does this mean? Why does it matter? How do you do this? What get’s in the way and what can you do about it? What is forgiveness?

WWHS Calendar for the 2019-20 School Year ~ See below

January 27-31 Weekly Calendar

Tues, 1/28~ Early Out @ 2:20 = 60-minute pm schedule

Wed, 1/29 ~ Late Start @ 9:10 = 60-minute am schedule

Accolades-in-progress Sandy’s donut celebration

· Qualifying students will receive an invitation from their advisor

Fri, 1/31~ No guitar class. Guitarists report to your am2 class for the full morning.

Woodrow Reading Challenge

After finishing a fiction or nonfiction book (your own, ours, public library,etc) stop by the library and add your name/initials to our Reading Challenge board. We are hoping to reach 40 books read by students or staff by May 15th. Need a book? Check one out from the library! Questions see Sherry Grover or Becky Pittenger.

Summer School for 2020!!!!!

The dates for the 2020 Secondary Summer School Sessions have been set!

  • Semester 1: June 3-June 23, 2020
  • Semester 2: June 24-July 17, 2020
  • July 4th Break: July 2-6, 2020

--Registration will open on Tuesday, January 28, 2020--

More info to come......

Parents ~ Immunizations for Juniors & Seniors!!!!!

As per ND rules, students need their 2nd dose of Meningitus immunization when transferring to the Fargo Public Schools by their junior & senior year. Students who haven’t completed the immunizations within 30 days of attending school will be excluded from attending school. Please take care of this!!

Woodrow Wilson Daily Class Schedule

Night School Calendar for 2019-20 ~See link below

Sixthmester = 29 Days to complete a class

Sixthmester starts the day you begin a new class.

All days, present or absent count in the sixthmester, just like they would in a semester.

Students have 49 days to complete a “skinny” a.m. 1 or a.m. 2 or p.m. 1 or p.m. 2 academic class. Success = stay on track!

The Woodrow Way

Respect. If you leave the campus during lunch and are walking around the neighborhood, please respect our neighbors and don’t loiter, smoke, hang out in front of a neighbor’s yard. Continue to walk and socialize. Properly dispose of butts. Thank you for helping our neighbors appreciate that we’re their neighbors… all of us!

Stay Put

Once clocked in for a.m. class or p.m. class students are expected to remain in the building until the class period ends. Remain in the building during breaks. Lunch is open campus.

· Friendly reminder that vaping isn’t allowed in school/school grounds. Thank you.

Punctuality and Reliability

Students arriving more than 7 minutes late (as per time card punch) will lose the opportunity to go to Woodrow Works or library for the rest of the specific a.m. or p.m. class. Be on time!

Absences ~ 701-446-2805

Responsibility. Life skill.

Call by 9 a.m. to report a morning absence and by 12:30 p.m. to report an afternoon absence.

Woodrow After School Wellness

Open gym and weight room. Please see Ski for more information.

Early Bird Art

Early Bird Studio Art is scheduled 8 a.m. – 9 a.m. Art projects are chunked into 6 to 10 day projects. Students need to complete 6 designated projects to earn a half credit. Students will be able to earn up to a full credit of art for the year.

See Jennie or Tracy the art teacher to sign up.


Guitar class also starts September 4th. Guitar class is scheduled for am1. Beginners to advanced students are invited to join guitar class. A guitar is provided for class time with no charge to the student. Students may earn up to a full credit.

Service Learning Opportunities

Gain Advisory Units while you serve! Talk with your advisor: See below for examples

Agassiz Snack Cart (Outside the main office)

All Agassiz students/staff may purchase items from the Agassiz Snack cart before school and during am/pm breaks.

Woodrow Misc. Notes:

Breakfast in Student Lounge (Woodrow Works)

Two school breakfast options are available from 8 a.m. to 7 minutes after school starts:

1. Granola bara + fruit/juice + milk.

2. Cold cereal + fruit/juice.

Students can purchase a breakfast ticket from Ila. Consider FRP lunch application – see Ila.

If a student has no lunch account money, they can access the free PBJ station.

If a student arrives later than 7 minutes after school starts, they are unable to access school breakfast, but can request a breakfast bar from their a.m. teacher. Additionally, a 7+ minute tardy prevents a student from accessing Woodrow Works or library as a work space for the morning.

Lunch in Student Lounge (Woodrow Works)

Two school lunch options are available from 11:15 a.m. to 12:05 p.m.

3. Grab and go school cold lunch. Typically 2 uncrustables + veggies + fruit + milk

4. School hot lunch prepared at central kitchen

Students can purchase a lunch ticket from Ila. Consider FRP lunch application – see Ila.

If a student has no lunch account money, they can access the free PBJ station.

School lunch items will be unavailable after 12:05.

Woodrow Works & Student Lounge (open 8:00 – 3:35 pm daily)

Woodrow Works is a guided study hall in the student lounge with Mr. Curry Mund. Students who are making satisfactory to excellent progress may work in Woodrow Works during class time as coordinated with their teacher. Student need a pass to/from their homeroom.

Library (open 7:30 – 2:50 Monday to Thursday; 7:30 – 3:45 on Monday)

The Woodrow library is another healthy workspace. Students who are making satisfactory to excellent progress may work in the library during class time as coordinated with their teacher. Students need a pass to/from their homeroom.

Open Gym During Lunch Time

Woodrow Wilson has open gym each day from 11:45 – 12:10.

Student Handbook

Check your student handbook for lots of helpful information including calendars, schedules, and helpful telephone numbers.

The Source = Food in the Cupboards + Clothing = FREE for Woodrow Students

If food is in short supply for you or you need some additional clothing, contact any Woodrow staff member for help.

Woodrow Wilson Staff Directory ~ See below