Week of December 3
December Upcoming Events
5 - ASVAB Testing in the Career Center starting at 8:00 am
7 - Stuff-the-Bus Collection & Delivery17 - Choir Concert starting @ 7:00 in the auditorium
18 - Band Concert starting @ 7:00 pm in the auditorium
19 - ASL Holiday Show @ 5:00 pm in the auditorium
20 - Blue Note Cafe @ 7:00 pm in the auditorium
21 - All School Assembly during PRIDE Time
24 - Winter Break Starts
PRIDE Time Information, Lesson and December Schedule
- This would give teachers consistent time once a week with their PRIDE TIme students. One of the main reasons we moved to grade level PT was so stronger bonds could be developed.
- Students can look at their grades and make a plan for the week where they need to go. This time will give PRIDE Time teachers an opportunity to encourage students with multiple failing classes to develop a plan for success.
PRIDE Time Vocabulary
Presentation Day - During Presentation Days we will be providing information to students in a variety of ways. Students will report to their PRIDE Time classroom and stay there during that period. Learning will take place!
Hop & Stop - Students will check in with their PRIDE Time teacher and then make a responsible decision how to use PRIDE Time. The expectation is that students work on their work which may involve going to a specific teacher, working in the library, the commons or staying in their PRIDE Time classroom. Learning will take place!
Stay & Study - Students report to their PRIDE Time room and remain there during the duration of that period (25 minutes). Students are expected to work on their work. Learning will take place!
- Monday, December 3 - Character Strong Message/Lesson
- Tuesday, December 4 - Hop & Stop
- Thursday, December 6 - Hop & Stop
- Friday, December 7 - Hop & Stop
- Monday, December 10 - Stay & Study
- Tuesday, December 11 - Hop & Stop
- Thursday, December 13 - Hop & Stop
- Friday, December 14- Hop & Stop
- Monday, December 17 - Character Strong Message/Lesson
- Tuesday, December 18 - Hop & Stop
- Thursday, December 20 - Hop & Stop
- Friday, December 21 - All School Assembly (Spirit)
Culinary Students hosted Thanksgiving Meal for WHS Staff
Last Week if STB - Friday, December 7 is the LAST DAY!
STB List of Items Needed
Unite Washougal Community Coalition
Unite Coalition Survey
Please help the Unite Washougal Community Coalition by taking their annual survey. If you live, work or play in Washougal we need your opinion! Here are some of the things that Unite! Washougal is able to accomplish with your support:
- Student Support Specialist Tamara Crites at Washougal High School and Wendy Butler at the Middle School
- Parenting Classes- Guiding Good choices for parents of 4th to 8th graders in English and Spanish and Incredible Years for parent of 0 to 5 year olds.
- Drug Take Back-Collecting and disposing of over 800 lbs of unused medication
- Youth Engagement-Empowering youth to advocate for a healthy community in Olympia and Washington, D.C.
The Community Survey is now available and we are asking for your participation! We need you to help us achieve our goal of 300 completed community surveys. The results help to inform a better understanding of the needs of our community and determine the strategies, programs, and projects, offered to meet those needs. To complete your survey, please use the link below. Thanks for your help on this!
ONLINE SURVEY ENGLISH
ONLINE SURVEY SPANISH
Drug Free Community Program Coordinator
Unite! Washougal Community Coalition
Washougal School District
SPEAK UP for your Healthy Future
About the training - Become a successful advocate for prevention issues with this interactive, hands-on workshop. You will learn:
- How you can make a difference with prevention in 2019 and become an effective advocate for what you’re passionate about
- How to build relationships with elected officials and their staffAll about the legislative process, including connections to help you track issues
- How to include youth leaders in advocacy and policy development
Who is it for?
Youth interested in making a difference through advocacy and policy change. Perfect for prevention clubs, government classes and leadership groups!
By youth for youth!
Your workshop facilitators are nationally-trained youth who have experience working with decision-makers and government leaders.
Leanne Reid • email@example.com
Parent Advisory Council Meeting in the commons
Monday, Dec. 17th, 6pm
1201 39th Street
The Washougal High School Parent Advisory Council (PAC) is comprised of parents who want to know more about the inner workings of Washougal High School. The PAC meets nearly once a month to discuss issues of importance to the entire school community and is a representative body that provides the perspective of parents to the WHS administration through regular communication with the principal. The PAC also serves to provide parent feedback on school policies and procedures and has a role in the development and implementation of the WHS School Action Plan. If there are issues parents want to discuss at a PAC meeting, they should contact Aaron Hansen, Principal, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-954-3101.
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
Panthers in the News
Week 1 the boys were in Oregon at the Estacada Ranger Invitational Tournament. Washougal had seven wrestlers reach the Championship Finals. Two Panthers emerged victorious-Jonathan Wells at 120 and Scott Lees at 145. These champs led Washougal to a 2nd Place team trophy coming up short against a tough Oregon opponent in LaGrande HS.
Week 1 the girls travelled to Yelm High School, home of last year's State Championship Girl's Team, and our Lady Panthers squared off against 46 other schools. Our ladies finished in 8th place behind solid performances by two juniors, Aleksi Donahue and Josalyn Ortiz, who each earned a 3rd place medal, and were the top finishers for our Lady Panther Team.
The Boys and Girls Wrestling Teams will be at Mt. View HS to take on Mt. View and Skyview this Wednesday, Dec. 5 starting at 6 p.m.
The Washougal School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employee(s) has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination:
Coordinator: Marian Young, 4855 Evergreen Way, Washougal WA 98671
, (360) 954-3050;
Title IX Officer: Marian Young, 4855 Evergreen Way,
Washougal WA 98671
, (360) 954-3050;
Section 504 Coordinator: Allison Blakely, 4855Evergreen Way, Washougal WA 98671
<https://maps.google.com/?q=4855+Evergreen+Way,+Washougal+WA+98671&entry=gmail&source=g>, (360) 954-3020.