Mar 17 Announcements
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Attention Seniors: Mr. WHS is back! We are looking for seniors to compete in this year's Mr. WHS competition to be held on Thursday, April 6th. Interested contestants should attend an informational meeting directly after school in Mrs. Borden's room on Tuesday, March 21st.
IMPORTANT! Any student who took the FinLit 300 test and would like to be part of the team that goes to the state championship match on April 11th, please see Mrs. Arsenault no later than Tuesday, March 21st.
Greetings Warriors: As some of you may know the Class of 2017 is selling Krispy Kreme Donuts by the dozen for $12 per box. There is only 5 days left get to get your donuts. Reach out to a senior, class officer, or Mr. Connolly who can be found in room E101 to order. We accept either cash or a check for the donuts. If you order some the pick up day is in the cafeteria on March 25th from 9-11 am. Order some while you still can!
Come visit the NH-JAG table in the cafe during all lunches today, Friday St. Patrick's Day and learn about how to help stray cats with the SAFER organization. We will be collecting canned and dry cat and kitten food! We will also be selling fresh made popcorn with proceeds benefiting Seacoast Area Feline Education and Rescue!
Clubs & Activities
Are you interested in joining a club? Take a look at the WHS Student Activities Guidebook at this link to learn more about our clubs and organizations: https://sites.google.com/a/warriors.winnacunnet.org/activitiesguidebook/
Chamber Singers auditions will take place after school on Thursday, March 23 in the Chorus Room. See Mr. Moore for audition materials.
FCA will be meeting tomorrow morning at 7:05 in the exercise room above the gym. Join for faith, fellowship, and doughnuts!
Cover 2 Cover Club: Love to read? Want to finish that English homework? This is the club for you!
Days: Every Other Thursday (Starting on March 23rd)
Time: 2:30 - 3:15
Advisor: Mrs. Borden
Student: Lidet O’Connor
Room: D 114
Mindful Monday Club: Calling all students and athletes who want to better themselves in the classroom and on the field!
Are you a student who gets anxiety before a test?
Want to learn ‘Tom Brady’ ways of staying calm on the field?
Do you feel yourself unable to perform well on some tasks at hand?
College bound and preparing for SATs?
Days: Every Monday (Starting on March 20th)
Time: 2:40 - 3: 25
Advisors: Mr. Gosselin / Mrs. Backstrom
Student: Lidet O’Connor
Room: A 114
The Ukulele Club meeting will take place on Monday after school in room B204 until 3:15. A ukulele is not needed but is encouraged!
Community Service Opportunities
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to get community service hours!!
The Hampton PTA is looking for student volunteers for the Daughter's Choice Dance, which is on Saturday, April 8th. They need help at both dances - 4:30-6:30, 7-9 (you can volunteer for both or just one) and then help cleaning up in between each dance. They will also have pizza and goodies for your kind efforts. If interested, please contact Amy Lantaigne by text or call at 617-981-1967.
All Students: Click on the link to see current JOB OPPORTUNITIES in the Hampton area. Check out the summer job opportunity with Mosquito Squad!
Class of 2017 - Seniors
Attention Seniors: The artistic design contest for 2017 Chem Free T-Shirt has begun. $100.00 for the winning design**Open to All Seniors**. Contest Details:
1. Submission deadline March 24 (multiple designs may be submitted.
2. Black ink lettering & design on white 8.5” x 11” paper
3. Must include “2017 Chem Free”
4. Design entries must be submitted to Mrs. Edgar in art room A122.
The winning design will be selected by majority vote at the April 2017 Chem Free parent committee meeting.
Class of 2018 - Juniors
Class of 2019 - Sophomores
ATTENTION ALL SOPHOMORES: RYLA is a 4 day outdoor leadership conference to take place Sunday, June 25-ending on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at Camp Hinds in Raymond, Maine. The conference is open to high school sophomores who have exhibited leadership in the home, school, and community. The purpose of the conference is to introduce students to thoughts, ideas, and experiences which, if put into practice, will help develop and enhance leadership skills. The program is an outdoor living and leadership experience. It includes a high ropes course, compass challenge, canoeing, water sports, and a variety of physical initiatives and mental activities. The cost of the conference is paid by the sponsoring Hampton Rotary Club. There is no cost to the student. Applications are available in the Student Activities office (Rm. B101) or they can see their guidance counselor. The applications must be returned to the Student Activities office (Rm. B101) no later than Friday, April 7th.
Class of 2020 - Freshmen
Sports schedules, scores, and cancellations are posted at winnacunnetathletics.org.