Warner Robins High School

November 2022-2023 NEWSLETTER

November 2022 1st Semester Issue 29

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To empower and inspire ALL to achieve success

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  • Nov 3 - Progress Report (Day 60)
  • Nov 11 - No School Veterans Day
  • Nov 14 - Flu Clinic
  • Nov 14 through 18 - Apply to College Week
  • Nov 21 through 25 - Thanksgiving Break No School
  • Dec 1 - School Council/PAT meeting


One Act Performance: Newsies

Thursday, Nov. 3rd, 7pm to Sunday, Nov. 6th, 5pm

401 South Davis Drive

Warner Robins, GA

Come on out and see the WRHS Performance of Disney's Newsies

Show Times:

Thursday, Nov. 3 at 7pm Performance WRHS Performing Arts Center

Saturday, Nov. 5 at 7pm Performance WRHS Performing Arts Center

Sunday, Nov. 6 at 5pm Performance WRHS Performing Arts Center

About Disney’s Newsies

Based on the 1992 motion picture and inspired by a true story, Newsies features a Tony Award-winning score by Alan Menken (Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast). Set in turn-of-the century New York City, Newsies is the rousing tale of Jack Kelly, a charismatic newsboy and leader of a band of teenaged "newsies." When titans of publishing raise distribution prices at the newsboys’ expense, Jack rallies newsies from across the city to strike against the unfair conditions and fight for what's right! Newsies is packed with non-stop thrills and a timeless message, perfect for the whole family and every audience.

Apply to College Week

Monday, Nov. 14th, 8am to Friday, Nov. 18th, 10am

401 South Davis Drive

Warner Robins, GA

Monday 14th- College Shirt Day. Represent your favorite college, your dream school, or just your dream school, or just your favorite team. Show some college pride!

Tuesday 15th- Demon Panel Discussion. It’s never too early to start dreaming about your future life. Participating seniors will join WRHS graduates and other special guests to get their college questions answered.

Wednesday 16th- Financial Aid Focus: Senior Families- The first step in getting money to pay for college is completing the 2023-2024 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). If you need assistance completing the FAFSA, a free FAFSA workshop is being held on Wednesday, November 16th from 8:00AM- 11:00 AM and 1:00PM- 3:00 PM at Warner Robins High School. No appointment is required. It’s FREE to apply and only takes about 30 minutes. You will need specific documents and information to complete the FAFSA. Flyers have been sent home with your Senior detailing the information needed, or check social media for the list. If you have any questions contact our counseling department.

Thursday 17th- Counselors’ Café’- Seniors drop by the media center any time 1st-4th period to ask questions, start your applications, or get advice about college, scholarships, or financial aid!

Friday 18th- Scavenger Hunt- Win cool prizes by participating in our College Scavenger Hunt! All students can participate!

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

School Council/PAT Meeting

Thursday, Dec. 1st, 3:15pm

401 South Davis Drive

Warner Robins, GA

Join Mr. McCook to discuss current events going on at WRHS. This meeting will be virtual via Zoom. Contact erica.abram@hcbe.net or linda.bailey@hcbe.net to get your Zoom link.



Tardies 1-6: Teacher-addressed.

Tardy 7: Administrative Referral entered in Infinite Campus: The student is issued a tardy contract.

Tardies 8-13: Administrative Detention will be assigned by an Administrator.

Tardy 14: 3 days ISS assigned by Administration.

Over 14: Behavior Contract and additional ISS days assigned by Administration.


Georgia College Students: Are you a HOPE or Zell Miller Scholar? You can now check your academic eligibility with the new My College HOPE Profile feature on GAfutures. Learn how here:

Georgia Futures Eligibility


Nov 3rd - Progress Report (12 week)


Don't forget to REGISTER for SAT's. Here are the test dates and deadlines

Registration Deadline (RD) - Test Dates (TD):

RD - Oct 7, 2022 TD - Nov 5, 2022

RD - Nov 3, 2022 TD - Dec 3, 2022

RD - Feb 10, 2023 TD - Mar 11, 2023

RD - Apr 7, 2023 TD - May 6, 2023

RD - May 4, 2023 TD - June 3, 2023

*click the blue registration hyperlink to sign up


Don't forget to REGISTER for the ACT's. Here are the test dates and deadlines

Registration Deadline (RD) - Test Dates (TD)

RD - Nov 4, 2022 TD - Dec 10, 2022

RD - Jan 6, 2023 TD - Feb 11, 2023

RD - Mar 10, 2023 TD - Apr 15, 2023

RD - May 5, 2023 TD - Jun 10, 2023

RD - Jun 16, 2023 TD - Jul 15, 2023

*click the blue registration hyperlink to sign up


Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship:

The Cooke College Scholarship Program is an undergraduate scholarship program available to high-achieving high school seniors with financial need who seek to attend and graduate from the nation's best four-year colleges and universities.

$55,000 Deadline: Nov 17, 2022

Click the link here for more info: https://www.jkcf.org/our-scholarships/college-scholarship-program/


2022-2023 Tutoring Schedule is available on our website at:




Varsity Football:

Nov 4 - Locust Grove

Flag Football:

Nov 7 - NHS

Nov 8 - Howard

Nov 10 - NHS

Varsity Basketball Boys:

Nov 16 - HCHS

Nov 26 - Hypesouth

Varsity Basketball Girls:

Nov 19 - Hypesouth

JV Basketball:

Nov 16 - HCHS

Nov 30 - Lamar

9th Grade Basketball (Boys):

Nov 17 - Veterans

Rocket League:

Nov 3 - Esports Competition 3:30-6pm

Nov 10 - Esports Competition 3:30-6pm

Nov 17 - Esports Competition 3:30-6pm


Varsity Basketball:

Nov 29 - @Locust Grove

Flag Football:

Nov 1 - @Peach County

Nov 3 - @HCHS

Nov 15 - @Area Semifinals

Nov 17 - @Area Semifinals

JV Basketball:

Nov 16 - @Lamar County (Boys only)

Nov 29 - @Locust Grove

9th Grade Basketball:

Nov 30 - @Perry

One Act:

Nov 19 - @State Competition Tifton

Cross Country:

Nov 5 - State Meet @ Carrollton


Nov 5 - @Ola

Nov 12 - @State Competition


Student Flu Clinic

Dear Parent/Guardian:

The Houston County Health Department is partnering with the Houston County School District to provide a flu vaccination program to children at school at no out-of-pocket expense to you. Every year many children are infected by the influenza virus, causing serious illness and missed days of school. Also, an infected child can spread the flu to other members of the family. Vaccination is the best way to protect your child from this potentially serious disease. This year, we are providing an online registration option.


  1. Read the Vaccine Information Statement Influenza (Flu) Vaccine (Inactivated or Recombinant): What you need to know to learn more about the flu vaccine.

The Influenza (Flu) Vaccine (mist, live, Intranasal) will not be available this year.

  1. Complete the online School Based Influenza Vaccine Consent Form found here. Please be sure to answer all of the health questions for the nurses to review. Students with incomplete consent forms will not be able to receive the flu vaccine at the school clinic.
  2. Complete the consent form to the school before the flu clinic date scheduled for your school. Click here to view the schedule of schedule.
  3. If your child is covered by ANY insurance plan, please indicate the name, group number, and policy number on the consent form. Please attach a copy of your insurance card to the online consent form if your child will be receiving the vaccine. This information is for administrative purposes at the Houston County Health Department. The following companies: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Aetna, Coventry/Mailhandler’s, United Healthcare (SHBP only), Tricare and Medicaid (Peachstate, Wellcare, CareSource Amerigroup) will be billed for the vaccine administration.

  1. If for some reason your child is given the flu vaccine by another provider before the school flu date, please notify the school so that your child’s consent form can be removed.

**Please note: A child with a severe allergy to eggs or latex will not be able to receive the vaccine in the school clinic.**

If your child is under the age of 9, he or she may need a second dose of the flu vaccine to gain the best protection against the influenza virus. You will be notified if an additional dose of the flu vaccine is needed.

Paper copies are available at the school. If you have any questions, please contact your school Health Tech.

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WRHS Handbook 22-23

Houston County District Handbook

Title 1 Handbook

Affordable Internet Provider Program

For Learners and Families: getinternet.gov

The FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) allows qualifying households to reduce their internet costs by up to $30/month ($75/month on Tribal lands). Getinternet.gov is a simple, easy-to-use website with details on how households can sign up for ACP and find participating providers in their area. Several companies additionally committed to offer ACP-eligible families at least one high-speed plan for $30/month or less, with no additional fees and no data caps. This mean that if households apply their ACP benefit to one of these plans, they would have no out-of-pocket cost for internet.

Additional Resource:

T-Mobile: Free internet hotspots

We believe access to education is access to opportunity. That’s why we’re offering free hotspots and internet to 10 million eligible households. Your child can qualify for Project 10Million through eligibility for the National School Lunch Program, which also can be verified through participation in many government programs.

Link to apply: https://www.t-mobile.com/brand/project-10-million

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Meningococcal Vaccine

Reminder parents, children 16 years of age and older, who are entering the 11th grade (including new entrants), must have received one booster dose of the meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV4), unless their initial dose was administered on or after their 16th birthday. For more information see the form below.
Click Here for Learning Device Info and Agreement

Need more information? Or want to sign the agreement? Click the button


If you do not have an Infinite Campus account please register for one.

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Community Partner Interest Form

If you are interested in helping WRHS, submit a form. Ms. Abram will get back to you ASAP




Athletes, please make sure you have a NEW Sports Packet on file for athletics next year.


SENIORS, let us celebrate your accomplishments! If you have committed to a college, enlisted in the military, or have a work contract, let us know and we will let "R" Community know. We are proud of all of you, and want to celebrate all your hard work. Fill out the google form and your flyer will be posted on social media at no cost. We have a NEW additional feature: display your senior spotlight on digital marquee (sign) at the front entrance for a cost of $25.

Senior Spotlight Form


Please watch the video below to note the proper locations to drop-off and pick-up students in the morning and afternoon. This will allow for less traffic and an expedited experience for all. Thank you for your patience.

August 5, 2021


*NOTE: NEW FORM* All students applying for a Learners or Drivers Permit are required to fill out a DDS-1 Certificate of Enrollment form. The link to the form on our website is here, can be picked up on the wall beside the attendance office, or downloaded in the link below. Once Section 1 is filled out, please turn in to Mrs. Hunnicutt in the front office. Forms require a 24-48 hour turn around time. Please keep that in mind when scheduling your appointment to get your license/permit. Once completed, forms will be put in the students 1st period teachers mailbox to be given back to the student. If applying for a Drivers License ADAP (Alcohol Drug Awareness Program) certificate, it will also be attached if the class was taken/passed at WRHS.



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November is a busy month. Seniors, make sure you are taking advantage of all the free college application waivers and be sure to fill out your FAFSA applications. Also, now is the time to make strides toward your post-secondary plans. The first semester is ending soon so stay on top of grades, assignments, and get caught up. Be safe and blessed over Thanksgiving break and let's return ready to finish the 1st semester strong.

- Chris McCook -