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WCW Bulletin


September 18, 2019




  • Vote Senior Superlatives! They are due by September 25th. Don’t miss out on voting. It’s your senior year! Find the link on loop mail.



  • Seniors that didn’t attend the Senior Trip meeting need to see Mrs. Abin in room C7 for both contracts immediately. Seniors going on the trip need to turn in both contracts to Mrs. Abin along with the $75 non-refundable deposit. The last day to register for the trip is Friday, October 4th. If you do not register by that date you cannot attend the trip – no exceptions!


  • Seniors and Juniors – The A.S.V.A.B. (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) will be held on September 26th in the Library at 8:50 A.M.  The test includes sections on mathematics, word knowledge, paragraph comprehension, mechanical comprehension, and electronics.  Sign up in L1, with Mrs. Torres.


10th and 11th graders-

  • It’s time for the PSAT! This practice SAT test will help you prepare and study for the SAT. It can also qualify you for scholarship opportunities. The test will be held at Will C. Wood on Wednesday, October 16th at 8:40am. Sign up in the Counseling Office with Mrs. Caler before school, at lunch or after school. Cost is $15.00 (Cash or Check to Will C. Wood). Fee Waivers are available. Last day to sign up is Friday, Sept 27th or once sold out.


AP students:


  • By now you should have registered online for your AP exams. The deadline to pay your fees is approaching! Your initial deposit is due no later than October 1st. If you do not pay the fee by this deadline, you will not be able to take the exam. If you qualify for free/reduced lunch, a reduced fee is available. Please see Mrs. Ahlin in the counseling office to make your payments ASAP, or if you have any questions about payment plans or deadlines. 


You can find more information about changes to AP registration by visiting the WCW web page. Click "View All" under Headlines and scroll down.


All Students:


  • This week we will be starting tardy sweeps. If a tardy sweep is called over the intercom, any student who is not in class without a pass when the bell rings will report to the brick wall in front of the office and issued a one hour, after school detention for the same day. If you are caught in a sweep, you will serve your lunch detention AND the after school detention.


  • ID cards for students with an unscheduled 4th 5th or 6th period are available for pick up in the front office.


  • WCW is having a blood drive TOMORROW. Don’t forget to sign up or turn in your approved packet during lunchtime at the blood drive table. Save lives, donate blood!



  • Softball reminder: Open workout for all interested in softball. 3-4:30pm starting TODAY at the varsity field.


  • All Fall athletes: please report to the stadium for flex time on THURSDAY, Sept. 19th for a group picture. Don’t be late and remember to wear your blue and gold.




Club and meeting info:


  • The first meeting for Nurse Academy will meet Thursday Sept 19 during lunch in the Career Center. Pizza will be provided. Come and hear about the exciting World of Nursing.



And finally…. On this day in history:

On September 18, 1793, George Washington lays the cornerstone to the United States Capitol building, the home of the legislative branch of American government. The building would take nearly a century to complete, as architects came and went, the British set fire to it and it was called into use during the Civil War. Today, the Capitol building, with its famous cast-iron dome and important collection of American art, is part of the Capitol Complex, which includes six Congressional office buildings and three Library of Congress buildings, all developed in the 19th and 20th centuries.