November-the weather is getting colder and we are getting closer and closer to the end of the semester. Keep working hard, get help if you need it, and finish strong!
Just a reminder: If you have not signed up for your student(s) remind account, please do.
If you need help or have concerns about a friend, please talk with your school counselor. We Are Here For You! You may also use the Tiger Tip Line to make an anonymous report: Tip Line
Congratulations AP students!
Congratulations! 78 WHS students were awarded for their performance on their AP Exam. On Friday, Oct 15th Dr. Adkins and Dr. Whitt, on behalf of the school district, presented a total of $10,800 to students that earned a score of 3-5 on their AP Exam in Spring 2021.
We are looking forward to Spring 2022 AP Exams. Great Job AP students and teachers!
Waynesville High School currently offers 16 AP courses.
Questions regarding AP - see your counselor or Mrs. Pimentel email@example.com
Tuesday, Nov. 16th, 2:45pm
200 Gw Lane
November 5: Early graduation applications out
November 2,9,16,23, 30: Tiger Time Lessons
November 4,5,16,17: MO Connections Lessons
November 10: FAFSA Frenzy WHS Lecture Hall 5:00 pm-7:00 pm
November 11: Veterans Day-No School
November 12: Inservice Day-No school for students
November 15: AP orders due
November 16: CPR for senior class with Coach Wilson @2:45 in room 25
November 24-26: No School-Thanksgiving Break
December 1: Early Graduation applications Due to Counselors
The following courses are available through Drury for Dual Credit:
British Lit II
AP Physics 1
**Deadline to register MARCH 4, 2022!
**$70 per credit hour (3 credit hour class = $210)
** See your counselor or Mrs Wright for more information.
Wednesday, Nov. 10th, 5-6pm
WHS Lecture Hall
There will be a FAFSA Frenzy November 10th in the Lecture Hall at WHS from 5:00pm-6:00pm. The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid that can help families pay for college. A financial aid counselor from Missouri S&T will be onsite to explain the financial aid process and also help families complete the FAFSA. Seniors, please bring your Chromebooks and parents, please bring a copy of your 2020 tax return (1040A, 1040EZ, etc.) and social security numbers for all family members in the household.
Please fill out the following Google Form if you plan to attend:
Students-please be checking your school email!!
CCR course in Canvas for all students
We wanted to share with you information on our CCR 101 course available on Canvas for ALL students to access.
Counselors began introducing the course last year through classroom visits with a focus on resumes & Cover Letters. Our goal is to add more CCR information and encourage students to visit it more often. It is also a great resource for you to use in the classroom!
Within the course, students can find information on Resume, Cover Letters, References, FAFSA, Scholarships, Trade School, WHS Club list, College Planning, etc. Weekly Announcements are posted to include resources to help students with Post Secondary Planning. And within the course, there are Modules to help students complete items such as Resume.
Missouri Connections is a comprehensive, online, career development and planning program. The program helps students learn about their talents, skills, and interests and makes the connection between planning for continued education and the work world. The following is the schedule that students will participate in Missouri Connections.
9th Grade. Oct 15 & 16
10th Grade. Nov 4 & 5
11th Grade. Nov 16 & 17
12th Grade. Nov 23 & 30
Students can log into Missouri Connections anywhere.
Student Login: First & Last Initials (Capital Letters) student ID. Example: TM123456
Password: Tigers(last two digits of graduation year) Example: Tigers22
The American Legion Oratorical Contest "A Constitutional Speech Contest" November 30, 2021
MASFAP Who's Making A Difference Scholarship-Deadline December 1, 2021
Fleet Reserve Association 2021-2022 Americanism Essay Contest - Deadline December 1, 2021
It’s never too early to start applying for scholarships. Check out these scholarship websites:
Local scholarships will be posted here as they become available: https://www.waynesville.k12.mo.us/Page/8098
ATTENTION SOPHOMORES: HOBY
Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) is a multi-day program that provides students with an experience that cultivates personal growth and leadership development while building new connections and friendships throughout the state. HOBY will be held in June 2022 in Jefferson City. The cost of this seminar will range from $225 - $400.
Students who are interested can pick up an application with Mrs. Wright in the counseling office. Applications are due Monday, November 22nd.
ACT and SAT test dates
ACT test dates
December 11, 2021-register by November 5
February 12, 2022-register by January 7
April 2, 2022-register by February 25
Waynesville School Code: 263545
Testing Center Code: 198230
Click Here to register.
SAT Test dates
December 4, 2021-register by November 4
March 12, 2022-register by February 11
May 7, 2022-register by April 8
Click here to register.
Remember, all seniors must complete at least one College and Career Readiness exam before graduation. These include: ACT, SAT, ASVAB, WorkKeys
College and Career Fair-October 8, 2021
Waynesville High School Counseling Department