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  • Mt. Whitney High School

    A California Distinguished School & Home of the Pioneers!

    Go Pioneers!

    Monday, September 20, 2021

    Monday (Staff Development Day) Bell Schedule

    (09/20/21, 10/18/21, 12/06/21, 01/24/22, 03/14/22, 05/02/22)

    Period 0               7:18       -              7:54       36 minutes

    Collaboration     8:00       -              9:00       60 minutes

    Period 1               9:06       -              9:42       36 minutes

    Period 2               9:48       -              10:28     40 minutes

    Period 3               10:34     -              11:10     36 minutes

    Period 4               11:16     -              11:52     36 minutes

    LUNCH                 11:52     -              12:32     40 minutes

    Period 5               12:38     -              1:14       36 minutes

    Period 6               1:20       -              1:56       36 minutes

     

                                                                                             

     

    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. Come hang out after school with XL!!! At XL, you can make new friends, get snack and food service, access our computer lab, get tutoring, discover new hobbies, and play video games.
    2. Interested in the Military?  Want to start talking to a recruiter about your future?  Before you decide to venture off into a path that will lead you to great success come by S14 and talk with Master Sergeant Cervantes.  I will do my best to answer as many questions as possible about the military and a military life.  Whether you want to serve your country or gain educational benefits, come by and ask as many questions as possible.  If you are not sure about what questions to ask a potential recruiter, this is the place to find your answers.
    3. Students must provide a current school ID in order to leave campus for lunch.   For those students who have not yet taken their photo, they may provide us with their ID number until retakes on September 20th.   After September 20th, all students must provide a current school photo ID in order to leave campus at lunch.
    4. Make Up Picture Day will be held TODAY in front of the gym at the beginning of 1st period thru 4th period.  Only students who did not attend Pioneer Day, Freshman Orientation and are new to MW will be allowed to take a picture and receive an ID. Retakes will not be allowed. We will pull you from class so please be in class.  IF you have not been pulled from class by lunch time, please go to the front of the gym at that time.

    6.

    1. Confused on what you need to do to prepare for college? XL is hosting our “Mapping Out College” workshop. It is for ALL grade levels Freshmen to Seniors. We will go over what you need to be getting done each year in order to be on the right path to go to college. Join XL on September 23rd at 3:30pm in Room S-11 – September 23rd at 3:30pm in Room S-11
    2. STUDENT ATHLETES!... XL is hosting Morning tutoring sessions from 7am to 9am every Monday. Please attend to ensure you can keep dominating the competition all season long! XL is also starting a Baseball Program. Come to room S-11 to find out more
    3. ASB Sticker-Sale will resume this Thursday and Friday at lunch.  ASB stickers are $30.00 and get you into home games for free. Student Admission to Gym or Stadium is $5.00, so if you go to 6 home games you get your money's worth. No Refunds on ASB Stickers.
    4. Freshman-if you purchased an ASB sticker at Orientation please see the ASB table or the Finance Office.
    5. Attention Mt. Whitney pioneers we will be hosting our annual homecoming nominations week of October 4th-8th. To get all students involved and excited for the week are happy to announce our dress up week called “Lights, Camera, Action” These are the following dress up days for the week 10/4-10/8:

     

    Monday- Clueless(90’s fashion)

    Tuesday- Austin powers(hippie day)

    Wednesday-couples costumes(famous couples)

    Thursday-Harry potter(class colors)

    Friday-Friday night lights

     

     

     

     

     

    Club Notes

     

     

    1. Attention CSF members and anyone interested in joining CSF: this week is CSF Rush. Come by I-9 during lunch to turn in your application and apply for the Spring 2020 semester. This is the only week you have to turn in application for apply for the Spring 2021 semester. If you need an application or have any questions, please see Mrs. Strambi in I-9

     

    1. PLS which is the poetry club will meet Tuesday in J-5 at lunch.

     

    1. Earth Aid Meeting in H-1 TOMORROW, 9/21/21 @ 12:45. Please bring your lunch. We will have a recycle game and review our club bylaws.

     

    1. GSA Club members, our meeting is being held on Tuesday this week. Please come to J6 during lunch for a short meeting. An email reminder has been sent out about this change. 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

      Senior Notes

    NOT AT THIS TIME

    College Visit Sign-ups

    NONE AT THIS TIME

    Senior Scholarships

     

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    Veronica Reyes, MWHS

    vreyes@vusd.org

     

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                                       Suggestions, comments? Contact Kai Bolden at kbolden@vusd.org

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