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    Mt. Whitney High School

    A California Distinguished School & Home of the Pioneers!

    Go Pioneers!

     

    Friday, May 20, 2022

     

     

    Student Notes

     

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

     

    1. Student replacement IDs are $10. Please fill out a half sheet in the Finance Center and pay Ms. Chavez. Then please pick up your ID the next day from Mrs. Reyes in the front office
    2. 3. Yearbook is accepting applications for next year’s yearbook staff.  If you are interested in joining this great opportunity, please apply using the google form that was sent out in Schoology.
    3. Tutoring is offered before and after school in the library. IT IS FREE for all students. If you need help with your homework, please go to the library Tuesday thru Friday at 7am OR Go to the library after school to get the help you need.
    4. 5. Library Challenge for May- Clear your account of all library, textbook & equipment! You automatically will be entered into the drawing for 1 of 2 gift cards. This month we will be featuring two $25.00 gift cards (Applebees and Buffalo Wild Wings).  The deadline is May 27th to have everything in.  Even SENIORS still qualify.  Winners- come with their student ID to claim the gift card June 1st in the library!  Thank you for a wonderful year of support. From Mrs. Wheaton and Mrs. Martinez
    5. Hello Mt. Whitney Students and Staff!  The MWHS Dance Program would like to invite you to the Mt. Whitney Dance Student Showcase on Friday, May 27 after school at 4pm!  Entry fee is $5 as it is a fundraiser to send Elevate to a dance camp and competition in Sacramento in July.  This short 1-hour show is in the Mt. Whitney gym and features students’ choreography projects from Advanced Dance, Elevate, and more!  This is their final for dance class and we hope you can come cheer on your favorite dancers!  We hope you can come!
    6. Prom pictures are in! Please come by the front office before school, during lunch, and after school to pick up your pictures.

     

     

     

     

     

    Club Note

     

     

    1. E-Sports team has open practice on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Russell in J-6

     



     

      Senior Notes

    1. If you have not ordered your cap and gown, please do so at josten.com or 1-800-jostens and your order will be delivered to the front office.

     

    1. Seniors! Need help completing your COS priority class registration and creating your COS class schedule? Meet with our XL CCA after-school in the library! Every day from 2 to 5pm!

     

    1. Looking for all Class of 2022 Seniors who attended Royal Oaks. Please come let us honor you! Meet in the front office at Royal Oaks on May 31stat 10:30 AM and don't forget to wear your caps

     

    1. Seniors who attended Ridgeview Middle School- On May 23rd from 7:30am-8:30am, please join Ridgeview in the MRP for a lite breakfast and visit with your favorite Ridgeview teachers. Ridgeview is celebrating their first graduating class!

     

    1. YOU MUST GET YOUR CLEARANCE FORM FROM THE LIBRARY IN ORDER TO ENTER INTO GRADUATION PRACTICE! IF YOU ARRIVE THE MORNING OF PRACTICE WITHOUT IT, YOU WILL BE SENT BACK TO SCHOOL TO GET ONE. YOU MUST HAVE ONE SHOWING YOU ARE CLEAR OF ALL MATERIALS. WE WILL START GIVING THEM OUT AS EARLY AS THE 27TH OF MAY IN THE LIBRARY! THANKS MRS. WHEATON & MRS. MARTINEZ

     

    1. Attention seniors who had Ms. Vannorsdall or Miss Rapozo - your Senior letters are in J-6. Please stop by between classes or during lunch to pick them up. 

     

     

    College Visit Sign-ups                                                                                         

    NONE AT THIS TIME

    Senior Scholarships

    1. Attention Seniors Who Attended Ridgeview! A new scholarship was added late this year. Our forms were updated to include Scholarship #26 for a graduating senior who attended Ridgeview Middle School. If you have already submitted your application and qualify for this scholarship, please call Laura Pace at (559) 972-6976 or email scholarships@visaliaedfoundation.org and we can modify your application to include this if you are eligible.

     

    1. Juniors - This summer, COS will be offering the Jump Start Internship for students interested in industrial careers. From July 5th - July 28th, students who are interested in industrial careers, will have training in electrical, OSHA safety, exposure to industrial technology careers, industry tours of local manufacturers, and more.  Upon completion of the internship, students will receive $1,500. High School juniors (incoming seniors) are encouraged to apply for the internship.  If you have any questions, please reach out to Gary Potter, the Regional Director for Employer Engagement (Advanced Manufacturing), at garypotter@whccd.edu, (559) 920-2845.  You can find the link to apply on Schoology. 

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