Monday, you’ll receive a link to fill out a survey from your 1st period teachers.
As a reminder: Students
If you are absent from a class you will be counted unexcused by your teacher. A parent or guardian should still call in to attendance to notify of the reason for your absence. Teachers will simply mark you absent if you are not logged in to class. That is the same as if you were absent from in person class.
Hang in there, virtual school is not the way any of us want to do school.
Virtual-Only will continue this week (thru tomorrow, November 20)
for the high school.
Pathways CTE AM/PM blocked classes will still meet in-person
during regular scheduled times.
Transportation will continue to be provided.
Virtual Learning Schedule:
Extra Support: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Period 1: 9:00 AM - 9:45 AM
Period 2: 9:55 AM - 10:40 AM
Break/Lunch: 10:40 AM - 11:30 AM
Period 4: 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Period 5: 12:25 PM - 1:10 PM
Period 6: 1:20 PM - 2:05 PM
Extra Support: 2:05 PM - 3:00 PM
Monday, November 23rd and Tuesday, November 24th will be eLearning
days (not virtual learning, but traditional eLearning).
Teachers will load assignments in their Google Classrooms. You’ll have a Google Attendance Form each day to fill out as well.
Wednesday, November 25th - Friday, November 27th will be the Thanksgiving break with no school.
Anyone interested in being a part of the Science Academic Super Bowl team should contact Mrs. Holsopple at email@example.com as soon as possible.
WHS Key Club is having its annual non-perishable food drive for three local food pantries by “Stuffing A Bus” full of food and toiletry items. Key Club members and the bus will be at the following locations throughout the week:
Tonight ~ Dollar General in North Webster from 3:45 pm – 7:00 pm
Saturday, Nov 21sth ~ Neighborhood Fresh and Dollar General in Syracuse from 8 am -1 pm
Please help us “Stuff The Bus” for our community!
Hi I am Jeanna Wise and I’m Ashley Miller and we are a part of our high school’s Key Club. We are teaming up with the Yellow Tulip project to smash the stigma around mental health. This program is about shedding light on mental health and actually talking about it. We understand that it isn’t easy and high school is one of the hardest times of your life. We are also going through a global pandemic right now where you are stuck in the house or you just don’t have much to do anymore.
We found this program through a convention in Indianapolis with our Key Club called the District Leadership Convention we attended last year. It really spoke to us as students because we both hold very strong beliefs on mental health awareness. This week we will be planting a garden on the side of the school with 1,500 yellow tulips, one for every student and staff member to represent the hope each student has. The yellow tulip represents happiness and hope. We want to help others realize that even in the darkest places, hope is always there.
We are dedicated to helping people know that there are ways to get help, people there for them and that circumstances can and will change. We just wanted to share this video and a couple of other things to maybe shine a light on the situations going on or to show that someone cares. Thank you for taking the time to read/watch these videos. :) and if you are ever feeling down, or need to talk to a professional, the Bowen Center offers a student assistant program which means all Wawasee students get two free counseling sessions! I put some links down below if you are needing some help. Just call the Bowen Center to schedule. :)
Links: The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline's 24-hour toll-free crisis hotline, 1.800.273.TALK (1.800.273.8255) can put you into contact with your local crisis center that can tell you where to seek immediate help in your area.
https://www.dbsalliance.org/ (support lines)
https://www.apa.org/topics/depression/recover (Questions about therapy and ways to help battle depression)
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The Great American Smokeout®
Quitting smoking isn’t easy. It takes time. And a plan. You don’t have to stop smoking in one day. Start with day one. Let the Great American Smokeout event on the third Thursday in November be your day to start your journey toward a smoke-free life. You’ll be joining thousands of people who smoke across the country in taking an important step toward a healthier life and reducing your cancer risk. Plus, the American Cancer Society can help you access the resources and support you need to quit.
The Wawasee Key Club and VOICE would like to encourage all to take a minute and fill out this simple poll and sign our virtual letter encouraging our lawmakers to continue the fight to discourage flavored and candy tobacco products. Together we can STOMP out tobacco and vaping.
Simple Poll: Do you support smoke-free air for all and smokers who want to quit smoking for the Great American Smokeout?
Here is the current opening athletic schedule as of now:
Boys’ Freshman Basketball:
Monday, November 23rd away vs Columbia City
Friday, November 27th home vs Prairie Heights
Tuesday, November 24th home vs Concord
Saturday, November 28th away vs Westview
Saturday, November 21st home to scrimmage with Fort Wayne Wayne
Friday, November 27th home vs Prairie Heights
Saturday, November 28th away vs Angola
Saturday, November 28th hosting November Super Duals
Co-Ed Swim & Dive:
Tuesday, November 24th away vs East Noble (Girls Only)
Below is the Covid-19 map of the Main Gym. This is where fans & students can sit.
Below is the Covid-19 Ticketing Procedures for all Winter Sports home events.