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  • Mt. Whitney High School

    A California Distinguished School & Home of the Pioneers!

    Go Pioneers!

    November 13, 2019

    Daily Bulletin


               Wednesday Regular Schedule- November 13, 2019


    Tuesday-Friday (Regular) Bell Schedule

    Period 0


    -    8:17

    57 minutes

    Period 1


    -    9:20

    57 minutes

    Period 2


    -    10:29

    63 minutes

    Period 3


    -    11:32

    57 minutes

    Period 4


    -    12:35

    57 minutes



    -    1:15

    40 minutes

    Period 5


    -    2:18

    57 minutes

    Period 6


    -    3:21

    57 minutes









    • Attention Bike Riders: please lock your bikes each day INSIDE the bike rack.  Please do not park them on the outside of the bike rack area.  Thank you.


    • Attention Students:

    ALL students who are not in the gate when the tardy bell rings 1st period will be given a lunch detention and ID taken.  Please report to B-24 for lunch detention and ID will be returned.  Because there is no detention on Fridays, If you come in late on Friday, you will not be allowed to leave campus for lunch and will have to serve detention on Monday. 



    Student Notes


    1. 1. Landed a job and need a work permit? Come to the front office and pick up an application with Mrs. Reyes


    1. 2. Juniors and Seniors- We are in need of Scicon counselors, If you are interested and want more information, please see Ms. Herrera in the counseling office (L-2).


    1. 3. Attention Juniors and Seniors: Are you interested in developing Leadership Skills? Could you use Paid Summer Work Experience? #LEAD is a free college and career readiness program that has wonderful opportunities for you! Meet youth from other Visalia schools, embark on University field trips, and get paid to test out a future career! Space is limited. If interested in applying please pick up an application, or call Amanda Olguin, CSET Youth Coordinator, for more information at 713-5148
    2. 4. Due to the excessive miss-use of skateboards on campus, there will be no skateboards stored in teacher’s classrooms, carrying of skateboards on campus, or riding on campus. All skateboards will be stored at the beginning of the day in the skateboard lockers. Anyone breaking the rules will lose the privilege of bringing a skateboard at all and they will be confiscated.
    3. 5. Attention all students, the XL program is taking a college trip to UC Berkeley and visiting the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge on Saturday, November 16th. If you are interested in attending please stop by S-11 after school to pick up a permission slip. It’s a first come first serve. There are only 40 seats available. Priority will be given to Juniors and Seniors. Students must have a minimum GPA of a 3.2 to attend. For more information on the college trip please stop by the XL room (S-11) after school.


    1. 6. Winter Formal is on December 7th at Golden West HS:the theme is The Clock Strikes at Midnight.  Tickets go on sale on December 2nd! You must obtain a clearance form from the Library before you will be able to purchase your ticket.  You can purchase tickets in the library. Tickets stop after 3:00 pm on Friday. Single Tickets are $25.00 with an ASB embossment, $35.00 without embossment, and $45.00 at the door. If you’re date attends a school from outside of Visalia Unified, please see Mrs. Reyes in the front office for a guest pass.  Guest passes are due by Wednesday, December 4th.  Hope to see you there!



    Club Notes


    1. Anime Club meeting will be every Thursday in Rm. H4 during lunch


    1. FFA members we are holding our annual potluck meeting TODAY in the cafeteria at 4:00pm. Make sure you sign up with your Ag teacher, so you can bring your favorite dish.  We hope to see you there!


    1. There will be a HOSA (Ho-Suh) meeting TODAY at lunch in S-12. We will be discussing the December Blood Drive at MWHS and assigning our student volunteers.


      Senior Notes


    1. Attention Juniors and Seniors- Our ASVAB exam will be TODAY if you are interested, please sign up in the counseling office with Ms. Herrera.

    College Visit Sign-ups

    Not at the time


    Senior Scholarships


    COS Institutional Scholarships

    Deadline: 11/25

    Amount: Varies


    1. Complete one online application - will be matched to all available scholarships.
    2. For seniors planning to attend COS
    3. All incoming (high school students) without a COS Banner ID will create an account and login on subsequent site visits via Scholarship Manager.
    4. Incoming students who have a COS Banner ID will login via Banner Web. Once in Banner Web, select "Student Services & Financial Aid" then "Scholarship Manager."
    5. Link:  https://cos.scholarships.ngwebsolutions.com/CMXAdmin/Cmx_Content.aspx?cpId=496

    AED Superstore $1000 College Scholarship

    Deadline: 11/30

    Amount: $1,000

    Criteria: To be eligible, you must be a legal resident of the U.S. You must be either a college-bound high school senior or a student currently enrolled in an accredited university.

    Application Process: Select one of the six facts provided on the site and submit either a short essay or video which answers the prompt provided.

    Link: http://www.aedsuperstore.com/scholarship.html


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    Veronica Reyes, MWHS


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