Announcements----Wednesday 3/20/19, Blue Day-Periods 1-4 w/Academic Focus, SLC’s PM
Clubs meeting today after school: No clubs meeting after school today due to Scholar-Led Conferences
The final deadline for senior portraits in the yearbook is today, March 20, 2019. If you would like to submit one, please email your image file to: firstname.lastname@example.org or Mr. Recato’s email. You can also turn in a printed portrait to Mr. Recato’s mailbox. No submissions will be accepted after the final deadline.
Seniors, if you signed up for the Highline College Next Steps workshop, please meet in the Career Center today during academic focus.
Volunteer Opportunity: Wildwood Elementary is looking for a crew of helpful high school students to set up for Multicultural Night on Friday, March 29th. Set up begins at 3:15pm and you will be hanging decorations, putting up tables, setting up displays, etc. See Ms. Egaas to sign up or for more details.
Did you know that STEM jobs are growing three times faster than non-STEM jobs? The third annual STEM Exploration Night is a great way to gain knowledge in various STEM career pathways, and to learn about classes and clubs you can join now. With more than 8 booths from local companies, including Boeing and Microsoft, this event gives scholars a chance to hear more about STEM careers and post-secondary options. STEM Exploration Night is next week! Join us March 27, 6-8pm at FWHS.
Are you a student who can fluently speak a language you did not learn in the classroom? Would you like to earn additional credits to your transcript by displaying your capability in your language? Then the STAMP/ALTA test could be for you! Earn up to four additional credits and the potential for a seal of bi-literacy on your transcript by taking the STAMP/ALTA. Check the bulletin board outside of the counseling office or talk to your counselor to get registered! The test will be March 28th at 7:30am here at FWHS in the library and is free to take the first time.
Seniors, families and friends, this is your chance to order a special message in the yearbook for a graduating Senior. The FINAL deadline is Friday, March 29th! Please stop by the main office to pick up an informational flyer or you can talk to Ms. Jordan in the bookkeeping office or Mr. Recato in room 2508 for details. Space is limited.
Attention seniors: Have you applied to Highline College for Fall 2019 but are not sure what the next steps are? A Highline college rep will be available to help answer all your questions today during Academic Focus. If you would like to participate in this workshop, please stop by the Career Center to sign up.
Attention seniors: the Federal Way High School Class of 1966 Scholarship is now available. The $1800 scholarship is open to all seniors at Federal Way High School thanks to the generous donations from the FWHS Class of 1966. Applications can be found in the Career Center and are due to Ms. Gaby by March 29.
Eagle Vision - Eagle Vision is an after school study/tutoring session led by Americorps Volunteers. Eagle Vision meets Monday through Thursday (except Wednesdays with early release) from 2:15 pm to 3:45 pm.
Anime/Manga Club - Mr. Drewry, Room 3435
Asian American Club - Ms. Jolley, Room 2624
ASL Club - Ms. Hundrup & Ms. Redmond, Room 3525
BFF Club - Ms. Barnash, Room 1532
Black Student Union - Ms. Ashe, Room 1422
Book Club - Mr. Powers & Mr. Whipple, Room 2423
Chess Club - Mr. Drewry, Room 3435
DECA/Student Store - Mr. Green, Room 1308
ELL Homework Help - Mr. McMichael, Room 3302
FBLA - Bob Hankinson, Room 2622
French Club - Ms. Eyler, Room 3523
French Honor Society - Ms. Eyler, Room 3523
Fuerte - Ms. Weberg, Room 3437
Gamers Club - Mr. Whipple, Room 2423
GSA - TBA
Honor Society - Mr. Pinon, Room 1504
Interact Club - Ms. Jolley, Room 2624
Key Club - Ms. Hamilton, Room 3629
Latino Club - Ms. Ashe, Room 1422
LIFT Club - Mr. Victorin, Room 2523
Mariachi Club - Mr. Guzman, Room 2405
Muslim Student Assoc - Ms. Bertram, Room 2625
Photo Club - Ms. Bell, Room 2505
PI Club - Mane Tuianna
Poetry Club - Mr. Powers, Room 2427
Powerful Women’s Club - TBA
Robotics Club - Mr. Stevens, Room 2524
ROTC - Major Golemboski, Room 1035
Russian/Ukrainian/ & World Club - Ms. Pavlyuk, Room 3303
Speech & Debate - TBA
Trading Card Game - Mr. Austin
Unitee - Ms. Ashe
We Act - TBA
Weight room/Conditioning - Mr. Bruce
World Club - Ms. Pavlyuk, Rm 3303
Yearbook - Rene Recato, Room 2508
Young Democrats - Steve Austin
Young Docs - Sue Clark
College & Career
Contact Ms. Osorio for information at 253-945-5417 or email email@example.com.
Eagles, just a friendly reminder that we have a closed campus. That means you cannot leave campus for lunch, even with a pass! In addition, the following areas are off limits during lunchtime: All parking lots, Memorial Field, Tennis Courts, Softball Field and Baseball Field.
Students, to be able to park your car on school property please go to the Main Office to purchase a student parking pass. You must bring with you: $20 for the fee, valid driver’s license, proof of insurance and vehicle registration and a signed parking pass form (available in the Main Office). Parking lots are "off limits" to students during the school day. If you need to access your car during the day you need to have a pass from the Main Office.