Whitehorse High School

Archived Posts - October 2013

Together We Can (October 28-November 1)

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  • 10/26/13 |
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1. Good job to the Cross Country Team at state; congratulations to the Volleyball team on going to state. …

Together We Can (October 21-25)

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  • 10/19/13 |
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1. Members of Student Council, the Girls’ & Boys’ Cross Country Team, and outstanding math / science / history / drama / art students were recognized at the 1st Quarter Awards Assembly. In addition, Gear Up students who improved their GPA earned a certificate and acknowledgement of their efforts. 2. Both the Girls’ and Boys’ Cross Country Teams qualified a team for State; State XC occurs on Wednesday, October 23. 3. Congratulations to Staff Member of the Quarter, Rob Henderson; Teacher of the Quarter, Scott Toomey; and Student of the Quarter, Josefina …

Together We Can (October 14-17)

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  • 10/12/13 |
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Senior Football Players and parents were recognized at the final home game. Thanks & congratulations to Branden Lansing, Sean Yazzie, Konami Mike, Sheldon Saltclah, Cedale Armstrong, & Ty Charley! 2. Many students are earning ALEKS tickets on a consistent basis because 3 topics mastered = 1 ALEKS ticket. One great thing about ALEKS is that young people get to learn math at their own pace. 3. The Girls’ Volleyball team went for 3 solid wins versus Green River, Monument Valley, and Pinnicle High Schools. The girls worked as a team to win 3 straight matches agai …

Together We Can (October 7-11)

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  • 10/5/13 |
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October is National Bullying Prevention Week so members of the Student Council and Social Committee are planning two events: Unity Day (Wed, Oct 9) = wear orange to show your support against bullying, and Button Day (Mon, Oct 21) = wear your “Respect Begins With Me” button to show you are prepared to stand against bullying.   2. Young people are getting the idea that it is great to hustle to class, but unsafe to run / sprint. Thanks for being responsible and safe.   3. After School Program is running smoothly and helping lots of yo …