Wednesday, March 27th, 2019 – Today is a White Day
Woodsville High School will be hosting a “Student Professional Development Day” on Thursday, March 28, 2019 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Talk w/ your Roundhouse teacher with any questions or Click HERE
Please bring in your auction items, and do not forget to ask business and people for donations. Reminder to all class of 2021 members are expected to participate in this fundraiser, if you have not signed up for a job please see Mrs. Y immediately!
Today’s Technology and How Child Predators Can Exploit that!!
Presentation at WHS on Thursday Night @ 6:30
Freshmen,Sophomores and Juniors will have a class meeting during Roundhouse today
-Go to your roundhouse for attendance first
SAT Testing is Coming!
Pre registration April 8th in the afternoon – and testing April 9th starting at 8:30 a.m.
See WHS Guidance w/ any questions
The WHS Vocal ensemble Engineers of Sound to sing for Governor & Executive Council on Wednesday
Haverhill Teen Dance Night – April 12th from 7-10
You still have time to order your Engineer yearbook! They’re $35. Cash and checks are accepted and you can make payments, also. THERE ARE ONLY 3 PRE-ORDER SPOTS LEFT.
— If you want a yearbook, You need to pre-order as there will not be extra when they’re delivered.
Clark’s Trading Post is having a Job Fair – See WoodsvilleHighSchool.com for more info
Aldrich General Store is looking to hire a couple of hardworking students as cashiers/clerks for nights and weekends. Stop in at the store for an application. Ask for Victor.
The Woodsville Antique Show is on Saturday, March 30th, 2019 from 10am to 3pm.
All proceeds benefit the Class of 2022
The annual Northeast Kingdom College Night for high school students and parents will be held on Monday, April 8, 2019, on the Lyndon campus of Northern Vermont University. The free college fair, sponsored by Lyndon Institute, NVU – Lyndon Upward Bound, and St. Johnsbury Academy, runs from 6:30 to 8:00 P.M. in the Stannard Gymnasium. High school juniors, sophomores, and their parents are particularly encouraged to attend and meet admissions representatives from more than 100 colleges and universities from New England and across the U.S. offering liberal arts as well as technical and business-oriented studies. Don’t miss this great opportunity for Northeast Kingdom students and families to get information and resources needed for applying and preparing for college.
*All uniforms need to be returned to Mr. Lester ASAP. If you are playing a spring sport you will not be issued a spring sport jersey until the basketball jerseys are turned in
See the 2019 WHS Track & Field schedule @ WoodsvilleHighSchool.com