Daily Bulletin Dec. 13, 2018
FINALS Bell Schedule
December 19th Finals: Period 1 7:45 - 9:45 and Period 4 10:00 - 12:00 Period 7 12:15 - 2:15
December 20th Finals: Period 2 7:45 - 9:45 and Period 5 10:00 - 12:00
December 21st Finals: Period 3 7:45 - 9:45 and Period 6 10:00 - 12:00
*NO LUNCH IS SERVED*
Spirit Week December 10th - 14th
Thursday 13th: Green and Red
Friday 14th: Ugly Sweater
No Hall Passes Remainder Of Semester
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS this is a reminder that there will be No More Hall Passes for the remainder of this semester. PLEASE STAY IN CLASS!!
Orders for caps and gowns and announcements are due to Herff Jones by DEC. 31, 2018. Orders can be placed online OR in person with the company.
Christmas Shopping? Check out the WVHS Pottery Sale in the West Valley Commons during lunch Wednesday, December 12, 11:00-11:30
Attendance Rules for Participation in a School Sport/Activity
Students must be in attendance the entire school day (all class periods for which they are scheduled) in order to practice or participate in any extracurricular or co-curricular activity. For activities or events that are schedule on non-school days or weekends, students are required to attend every class on the last school day prior to the activity. When a student is absent from class the student cannot participate in any same day practice or games. Students more than 10 mins late are considered absent (AX) Medical appointments must be called in 24 hours prior to absence (MA), not the day of or after the fact.
Toys for Tots
MCJROTC, the Marine Corps League and the Marine Reserves AND the Wolfpack are bringing Toys for Tots to Fairbanks. We are trying to provide toys for 2000 kids in the Fairbanks area this Christmas so drop a new, unwrapped toy in the box in the office! If you know of a business that can host a donation box please contact Major Hessner in Room 138 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gift Idea or Team spirit:
At lunch time by the wolf cage 12/10-12/18 the Athletic Department will be selling hoodies $40, active ware pullovers $40, and shorts $20 each, cash or check only. Or stop by the office and see Ms. Jennifer to make that special gift purchase.
FINALS SNACKS NEEDED
WVHS PTSA WILL BE PASSING OUT 3,300 SNACKS DURING FINALS WEEK!!!
WE WILL HAVE A LOT OF HUNGRY KIDS AND WE NEED YOUR HELP IN SUPPLYING THESE ITEMS.
BELOW IS A LIST OF SUGGESTED ITEMS THAT COULD BE DROPPED OFF ANY TIME AT THE FRONT DESK.
Suggested Individually Wrapped Items:
GRANOLA BARS,FRUIT BARS, PRETZELS, CHEEZ-ITS, FRUIT SNACKS, RICE CRISPY TREATS, GOLDFISH CRACKERS, CRACKERS, STRING CHEESE, NUTS, MUFFINS, BANANAS, MANDARIN ORANGES,APPLES (please bring in fresh fruit the week of finals).
Days to pass out snacks:
December 19, 20, & 21 from 9:40am to 10:05am
WVH Winter Concerts
The West Valley Music Department presents its winter concerts and all are invited to attend.
Concert orchestra and chamber orchestra: Tuesday, December 11th
Concert band, symphonic band, and jazz band: Thursday, December 13th
All performances are at 7:00pm in the PAC. Don't miss the special performance of music from the Harry Potter movie series by the combined symphonic band and chamber orchestra at both the orchestra and band concerts!
Staff / Admin. APPRECIATION: 'Breakfast of Champions'
THURSDAY, 13 DECEMBER 2018 at 7:00am
Our annual staff/administration APPRECIATION breakfast is in need of your support and contributions.
ITEMS STILL NEEDED FOR: Staff APPRECIATION Breakfast *Fruit: Any type of fresh/frozen fruit, Fresh Fruit Trays *Potatoes: Hash Browns, Breakfast Casserole *French Toast Casserole *Muffins/Breakfast Breads *Sausages BACON
THURSDAY, 13 DECEMBER 2018 at 7:00am PLEASE call/text/email what you are able to bring in for the Breakfast or if you have any questions. All items can be dropped off at the front desk. THANK-YOU & Drive Safe, Bonnie Wanner Owen WVHS PTSA President email@example.com 907-460-6936
The American Mathematics Contest.....
test which will be Thursday Feb 7th during 1st period and SSP. Students will miss 1st period and SSP on Thursday the 7th of Feb. The exam is given out around the world each year and includes wonderful creative problems. There is a different exam for 9-10th grader from the exam for 11-12th graders. Sign up for the test with your math teacher.
This 75 minute test is a wonderful opportunity for students to experience very rich problem solving in a test environment. One of the highest marks on a college resume is having one of the highest AMC scores in the school.
West Valley has a tradition of having some of the highest AMC scores in the State.
Geometry students and above who like a challenge will enjoy this test.
P.S. Mr. Grubis will have a study packet of problems in his room #224 next week.