The New Function Junktion is a storage area for recycled materials that can be utilized by all teachers and students at WJHS. We will be taking donations throughout the course of the year. Please see the list of items we will continue to need below. If you have questions or something to donate that isn't on the list, please contact Carrie Beach (firstname.lastname@example.org) or stop by room 219. All donations can be dropped off in 219/314 or in the main office.
Supplies for New Function Junktion:
Toilet paper/paper towel or other cardboard tubes
Hard clear plastic packaging
Plastic food containers with or without lids
Beverage bottles of all sizes
Bottle caps of all sizes
Chipboard boxes (cereal box cardboard)
Shoe boxes or other small boxes
Packing material (brown paper or bubble wrap)
Anything else you may have that you think a kid could use for a project
Electronics (no microwaves and nothing with a vacuum tube)
Beecroft's & Pollreis's ICT classes learned Python programming this semester. At the end of the month's instruction, all students entered their best Python Creative project. Among all Beecroft's & Pollreis's classes here are the Top 3 Python Creates winners: (1) 1st Place goes to Michael Pernudi (Beecroft's student); Second and Third Places are Pollreis's students: (2) 2nd Place goes to Zander Payne and (3) Third Place goest to Keaton Bryant! Well done, all you Python programmers.
Our support of Bentonville's Kiwanis Christmas Food Basket program has begun! Donations of non-perishable food items will go toward feeding hungry families on Christmas Day. Donations may either go to Ms. Pollreis's room (214) or dropped in boxes that will be stationed at the front of our building (near the office). Also, we'll be collecting items at our home opener basketball game this Thursday, 11/15. We have entered into a friendly contest with our cross-town rival, Fulbright, regarding which school can donate the most items that night. So help us in this worthy effort: donate here at school through 12/18 and/or start us off with a "Beat Fulbright in Kiwanis Food Drive AND basketball" night this upcoming Thursday (11/15).
Join us for our next PTO meeting on Wednesday, December 5 at 9 am at WJHS. Following the meeting there will be a learning walk. Come see how to get involved at WJHS and observe student learning in the classroom. All are welcome! Questions?? Contact Amy Demania email@example.com
Students who have a fever (100.4 or higher), vomiting, and/or diarrhea should stay home until they are symptom free without needing medication for 24 hours. Please encourage your students to cover their nose and/or mouth with an arm or tissue when sneezing or coughing and then wash their hands after along with frequent hand washing after touching common areas.