Teacher Appreciation 2019: Please see the link below to find out more about Teacher and Staff appreciation week May 6-10th. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/508054CA8AF2AA75-wjhs8
Thank you for your support!
WJHS PTO 2019-2020 school year: We are looking for people to serve on our PTO next school year. Positions open include Secretary and VP, in addition to committee heads and members. Please consider serving WJHS. Contact Tina Sharp firstname.lastname@example.org
We are excited to present our new opportunities for summer school this year which is offering more credit options than ever before. These opportunities are open to in-district students and out-of-district students! We are excited to provide the chance for some of our incoming freshman to gain full credit in courses such as Algebra I and Physical Science, along with many other courses. Additionally, we are offering for the first time, an online session with a multitude of courses available. I am attaching the Summer School Flyer and an FAQ page.
The WJHS Garden Club has been given the opportunity to redo the flower beds in the front of the building this spring. The school is donating the funds for plants, but we need tools! We are looking for donations of used (or new) garden tools such as pruners, loppers, garden rakes, and shovels. And we could really use a wheelbarrow! Contact Libby Brown at email@example.com if you can help. Thank you in advance and happy spring!
If you're interested in being interviewed by one of our podcasters, please let us know by completing a form for us. The URL for the survey is on Enriching Students. Podcasts will be published online for anyone to hear.
Play ball with disabled children on Saturdays at 8:15 - 10. Sign up for one Saturday or several. CLICK HERE for the sign-up genius.
Bentonville Schools is hosting the 4th Annual Educational Summer Camps during 2 weeks in June. The camps are designed for students entering grades 5-9. They will be held at Bentonville High School and span a variety of themes including ceramics, robotics, debate, sports & games, graphic design, and more!
All camp information and registration is available online at:https://sites.google.com/bentonvillek12.org/summercamps2019
All ICT students learned to code in Python this semester. As part of that learning experience, they submitted their best creative work. The 3 top winners of our Python Codesters "Creates" contest were: (1) 1st Place: Aryan Mahajan; (2) 2nd Place: Kassi Ameling; and (3) 3rd Place: Cicely Verzani. The students were awarded $15, $10, and $5 gift cards.
Wednesday, 5/22 5:00pm at the BWHS Baseball Field
** Must have a current physical** Must be attending BWHS next year.
If you have any questions, please email BWHS Head Baseball Coach Chip Durham at firstname.lastname@example.org
The FabLab will be closed all day Thursday, May 16, and all of next week to prepare for summer and moving to a new location. Have a great summer!!
From May 15 – June 15, sports physicals will be provided FREE for students who attend Northwest Health’s partner schools*.
Appointments not required. Just drop by a location near you.
*Bentonville, Pea Ridge and Springdale school systems.
For students under the age of 18, a waiver form must be signed. Get the form from the Northwest Health Athletic Trainer serving your school or at NorthwestHealth.com/sports-medicine.
When: Wednesday May 22, 2019
Where: Washington Junior High Library
Who: all current players and parents
This will be an opportunity to meet the new girls basketball coach, find out about summer practices, summer camps, and ask any questions!
If you cannot attend please email email@example.com
For the date of Friday, May 24:
The 7th grade Awards Assembly will start at 8:45 a.m.
The 8th grade Awards Assembly will start at 9:55 a.m.
The Talent Show will start at 1:30 p.m.
Students will keep their issued Chromebooks over the summer. Look at the attached presentations for more information on your student's Chromebook and summer protocol.