“It’s never too late to be who you might have been” – George Elliott
(Mrs. Flateau’s Favorite Quote)
|* There is a slight change to the daily schedule *
Period 1 – 8:15-9:15
Period 2 – 9:20-10:20
Period 3 – 10:25-11:25
Period 4 – 11:30-12:30
Lunch – 12:30-1:30
Roundhouse (individual conferencing, etc.)– 1:30-2:30
|🎓 Seniors please check the class of 2020 Google Classroom page about a Google meeting on Friday 3/27 at 1:00 PM. Please email Mr. Cummings if you have trouble finding the information.|
Mrs. Youngheim would love for you to share photos of you and your home/school workspace.
→ Please email your pics to email@example.com
#WednesdayWellness – Wellness Challenge – Go an entire week without eating fast food.
On this Day in History: On March 25th, 1911- “The New York Shirt Factory Fire. 148 Girls Perish in a New York Shirt Factory when they become trapped by a fire. The Triangle Shirtwaist Co. factory located on the eighth, ninth and tenth floors of a New York City loft building, didn’t have an outside fire escape” (HistoryChannel)
|** Juniors **
Please remember that you are still signed up for FREE SAT Prep with Khan Academy.
This Remote Learning Time is an excellent opportunity for you to get ready.
|Students–Want a book from the WHS library? Message Mr.Nichols on the WHS Facebook page or email at firstname.lastname@example.org and he can have the book set out for you in the lobby of WHS. 😁👏
Search the WHS Book Database at
UserName: WHS Library * Password: engineers
** If you need art supplies….Just let Mrs. Marston know and we can help! 🙂
Mr. Nichols will be reading The Fault in Our Stars on Facebook Live. Tune in at Noon on Facebook #NicholsatNoon
|Please do not hesitate to contact us for help or with any questions|