Seniors and their parents, come to the auditorium from 6:00 - 6:30 p.m. to attend the What to Expect Your Senior Year informational session and get a Senior Year 101 binder with everything from yearbook order forms to important scholarship deadlines.
Reminder! The WCHS Open House is today from 3:30 - 6:30. 9th graders, choose a session to attend in the auditorium. Session 1 starts at 3:30 p.m. and Session 2 starts at 5:00 p.m. 10th, 11th, and 12 graders you can stop by anytime!
Enter the main high school entrance to get your schedule, forms, check out vendors, meet the staff when touring the building, and get a snack from the cafeteria.
Complete your Enrollment Form (https://forms.gle/xX3vmHVQN1Khce8VA
) and your AUP (https://forms.gle/ngpD4EqBBCeJHsSCA
) to get a head start!
Are you a WCHS student who wants to get involved and make a difference? Do you have ideas for school activities or improvement? Apply for a class officer position! All students in grades 9th - 12th may use the application at the link below to apply for President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, or Student Council Representative for their class. 12th graders may also use the same link to apply for Student Body President. Applications will be open from August 15th through the end of the school day on August 24th. Click the link below to learn more! https://forms.gle/QLxsQhKmdnD3sUfD8
Great day to be a TIGER! WCHS meet the teams and football scrimmage vs Williamstown.
Have you completed your WCHS student's enrollment form yet? These are due by the first day of school, August 18th. Complete the form online now at https://forms.gle/hVQXnTyqvRLezBwC8
Seniors and Parents: You are invited to attend a What to Expect Your Senior Year informational session on Tuesday, August 16 from 6-6:30.
Each senior present will receive this Senior Year 101 binder with everything from yearbook order forms to important scholarship deadlines.
Elizabeth Perdue has been putting in some extra time in the WCHS shop to learn how to use the new plasma cutter. She made this metal sign for the school today.
Students who are enrolled to take dual credit courses with WVU-Parkersburg are scheduled to meet with a representative from WVU-P tomorrow at 1:00 pm. Students will report to the auditorium. Please bring your completed AUP form or fill one out online at Wirtcountyschools.com to receive your netbook.
The 2022-23 WCHS Student Enrollment form is now available online! Please complete this form for your WCHS student by August 18th. The form is available at here: https://forms.gle/hVQXnTyqvRLezBwC8
. To request a paper copy, please contact the WCHS Office at 304-275-4241.
The 2022-23 AUP Form is now available for parents and guardians to complete for WCHS students. This form must be completed before students can receive their school computer. Completing it online now will allow your student to get their computer on the first day of school!
WCHS Open House - Tuesday, August 16, 2022
9th grade - 2 sessions in the Auditorium - please choose 1
Session 1 - 3:30 pm
Session 2 - 5:00 pm
10th, 11th, and 12th grades - 3:30 through 6:30 pm
Enter the main high school entrance to get your schedule, forms, check out vendors, meet the staff when touring the building, and get a snack from the cafeteria!
Class of 2023 - Seniors - You must show proof of having a Tdap and MCV4 (meningitis) vaccine prior to school starting on August 18. It is recommended that you get your well child visit and dental exam prior to school starting.
Today is the last day for seniors to request to paint a parking spot! Make sure you fill out the painting request form, parking permit request, and pay your deposit to the high school. Once you complete your forms, you will receive an invite to join a Remind group where will will send out further information including your assigned parking spot numbers. Make sure to accept that!
Painting Request: https://bit.ly/WCHS_PaintYourSpot
Parking Permit Request: https://forms.gle/4fdXBTiVfKJQBhYA7
Reminder that for seniors to paint your parking spot, you must complete the request form, parking spot permit request, and pay the deposit by this Friday, July 29th.
Our last week of STEAM is here! Come join us on Tuesday and Thursday from 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. in Mrs. Lemley's room. On Tuesday, we will have the Makey Makey circuit boards and the Sphero robots so you can create your own code program. On Thursday, we are having a Show Your Skills day where you can create things using the skills you've learned this summer. We will have the 3-D printers, glow forge, cricuts, and more. Remember, you can get lunch from 11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. in the cafeteria.
Tips for seniors planning to paint their parking spots:
1. Talk with friends and make a plan to see if you need the same paint colors. No aersol paints are allowed! Instead, purchase exterior paint in gallons, pints, or sample sizes.
2. Research designs to see if you find one you like or design one yourself! Have your design ready to submit for the request form. You can even screenshot a design you want to copy and submit that!
3. Mail a check or drop off check or cash to the high school by July 29th to reserve your spot!
4. Schedule a time with your friends to come between August 8-13 so you can paint together!
To request a parking permit, visit https://forms.gle/4fdXBTiVfKJQBhYA7
. To register to paint your spot, visit https://forms.gle/iVwzT1B72bqs2Tu89
Calling all seniors! You can now request to paint your parking spot. The deadline to request a parking spot to paint, submit your design, and pay for your spot is July 29th.
In order to reserve your spot to paint, you must complete all of the following steps:
1. Complete the 22-23 parking permit registration form (https://forms.gle/4fdXBTiVfKJQBhYA7
2. Complete the painting request form (https://forms.gle/iVwzT1B72bqs2Tu89
3. Pay $50.00 (includes parking permit payment, painting payment, and repainting deposit)
4. Create a submit your design for approval using the painting request form.
5. Pay any current debts (missing hotspots, chargers, textbooks, etc.)
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Daugherty or Mrs. Smith at 304-275-4279.
The fourth week of STEAM activities will including a community service project and creating your own decals! On Tuesday, July 12th meet in Mrs. Lemley's room to learn about making light up greeting cards. Then, we will walk to the senior citizen center to do the activity and give out our cards. We would love to see lots of students come support our community service project. On Thursday, July 14th, we will be creating vinyl designs and applying them to pillowcases and making permanent decals for tumblers. We will also be in Mrs. Lemley's room for that activity. Both days begin at 12:00 p.m. Lunch is available at 11:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. If you want lunch, please use the side door to the cafeteria because the commons area is closed for waxing this week. If you are just coming to the STEAM activity, please come in through the science wing doors.