Two HS seniors from each state will be chosen to attend the National Youth Science Camp this summer from June 27 - July 20. CLICK HERE for details. Deadline - Feb. 28
Yawp Literary Magazine is a new creative arts journal at BWHS. At the end of each school year, our staff will publish and sell a new volume of the magazine featuring West students’ writing and art. We believe that each of you has something valuable and unique to express - a yawp* - and we hear you. So, let us share your yawp with the school and community through our magazine.
Submit your writing (poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction), art (2D or 3D), photography, screenplays, and original scores and get the chance to become a published author or artist in Volume I of the magazine. Please turn in submissions by March 1st, 2019 to any of the following locations:
1. Email or share submissions electronically with Ms. Hill: email@example.com.
2. Submit hard copies of your work in the Lit Mag Submissions box in the library or in room 2255.
3. On our website: https://bwhslitmag.wikidot.com/about
*From “Song of Myself” by Walt Whitman: “I sound my barbaric yawp over the roofs of the world.”
The Lady Wolverine Volleyball Team is hosting their 3rd annual Volleyfest tournament. The tournament will be held each night after school starting Monday March 4th and will last until Friday March 15th. Each team will need to be co-ed, may have up to 2 Lady Wolverine Volleyball players on the team. If you are interested, find a Volleyball player to join their team or come see Coach Venable in room 2555. Just don't wait too long because the team entry deadline is Friday February 22nd! It is 12 dollars to join a team, but this includes the cost of your t-shirt.
S.E.R. Latino: Student Engagement and Readiness Institute will take place on Saturday, March 30th, 2019 from 9:30am – 2pm. Space is limited to 50 Latino high school juniors from Northwest Arkansas who have achieved a GPA of 3.5 or above. Application deadline is March 15th, 2019.
The online application can be found here: https://honorscollege.formstack.com/forms/ser_latino_institute_copy
Students that have been issued a detention for not having their student ID
must have their detention served by February 27,2019.
If students fail to serve their detentions you will be issued a day of ISS for insubordination.
If you have any questions please see Mrs. Lee in room 1212.
Need some West High Fan gear?
Follow the link and order your gear. Buy some official gear for your athlete, encourage family members and friends to buy gear as well. Please note - Deadline to order is Friday, February 22nd.
Help support West High Track and XC programs.
Seniors, are you interested in the chance to receive a $2,000 scholarship and to serve as an Arkansas Youth Leadership Council delegate in Washington, D.C.? See Mrs. Camarigg for an application. Applications due March 1.
There is a new Check IN/OUT system. Please use the Chrome books in the office to fill out the form. There will be no more paper forms! Make sure you are doing this each time you Check IN late or Check OUT early. Parents also need to notify attendance of the absence. Students without an 18 consent form are not allowed to check themselves in or out without parental consent or a doctor note per the handbook. Parents may call, email or send a handwritten note with the student if they aren't able to check them in. If you check out and then return without signing back in, you will be absent for the rest of the day.
Please continue to send your student's attendance information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Sending it to this email address will allow others to make sure the job is done in case I am out of the office. Feel free to call me at 479-286-9668 if you any questions.
This survey is intended to collect data of BWHS student involvement in club, athletics, and/or intramural activities. Please take a minute to fill out the form at your earliest convenience. Thanks- Mr. Hunt
Are you a current sophomore or junior who would like to be a part of Link Den (our mentoring program for freshmen)? This exciting opportunity helps our future Wolverines as they enter high school. Link Den is for upperclassmen of all types: Link Den leaders are students who are reliable and willing to set a standard of excellence for our freshmen. If you're interested in leaarning more about this program, please email Mr. Little at email@example.com.
Join us on Tuesday, February 26 as we prepare for our annual Pulsera Project fundraiser! We will be meeting during 2nd half Flex in room 2451. ¡Hasta pronto!