Announcements—Tuesday, 1/28/2020 White Day-Periods 5-8 w/Academic Focus
Clubs meeting today afterschool: Fan Art, Robotics, Unitee/Dance, Drama, Speech & Debate, PI Study Hall, Latinx, World, Photo, We Act, and BSU Club. Eagle Vision is cancelled today!
Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors, there is an opportunity for you to weigh in on the 2020-21 and 2021-22 school calendars. If you haven’t taken it yet, check your district generated FWPS email for the survey link. Don’t delay, your last day to take the survey is Tuesday, January 28. Staff and parents can take the survey too!
Counselors will be making schedule changes to reduce overloaded classes for 2nd semester. They are working hard to do as few changes as possible and are trying to make sure you have the same classes and teachers 2nd semester that you did 1st semester if possible. All students will receive new schedules for 2nd semester during academic focus on February 3rd. Please make sure you are present to receive it.
Eagles, schedule change forms will be in front of the Counseling Office before school, after school, and during lunches only. Forms must be fully completed to be considered and turned in by the end of the day this Wednesday, January 29th.
Come to the 320th McDonald’s on February 5th from 5-7pm for a McTeacher Night to support your Junior Class. I’m Lovin’ it!
Hello Dream Project scholars! The Dream Project has started back up and will be meeting with you in the commons each Tuesday to help you continue to navigate and plan for your post-high school steps! Don’t forget to show your Dream Project pass to your teacher and come down at your regular Dream Project time Tuesday!
Attention current Sophomores and Juniors: Do you want to become a Professional Pilot or work in one of many Aviation Operations Management fields, such as Air Traffic Control, Airline or Airport Management, or Airline Dispatch? Come to The Museum of Flight on Tuesday February 4th from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. to learn about the Aeronautical Science Pathway program (ASP). You’ll also hear how ASP students can earn up to 60 college credits and 6 high school credits- tuition free! In addition to the free credits, ASP students are eligible for internships, mentorships, and scholarships. Class meets at The Museum of Flight, Monday – Thursday from 3:45 to 6:00 p.m. Aeronautical Science Pathway will put you on a fast track to college, a high-demand career, high wages, and unlimited future opportunities! For more information and to RSVP for our February 4th Info Night, please visit www.museumofflight.org/asp.
ATTENTION FEDERAL WAY HIGH SCHOOL SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS- Are you interested in running start for next school year? Highline college is having running start information sessions where you can hear all the details and get help with the application process! The information sessions will be held on Tuesday, February 4 at 6 PM in Building 7 Room 101, Saturday, February 22 at 11 AM in Building 8 Room 130, Tuesday, March 10 at 6 PM in Building 8 Room 130, Wednesday, April 15 at 6 PM in Building 8 Room 130, and Tuesday, May 12 at 6 PM in Building 7 Room 101. Please come to the counseling office with any questions or to grab a flyer!
Attention Seniors: If you have ever participated in a Museum of Flight education program, you may be eligible to apply for a scholarship ($118,000 over four years) to pursue a STEM degree that is directly related to aviation and aerospace. Visit the Museum’s scholarship page to take advantage of this fantastic opportunity and to learn about other scholarship awards. Applications are due February 1 and include essays, recommendations and submission of your high school transcript. Early application is highly encouraged.
ATTN all students: The Museum offers flight training scholarships to pursue a private pilot license. Awards are from $10,000 to $12,000. Visit the Museum’s scholarship page to find application information. Due date: February 1. Early application is encouraged.
Attention all Seniors, the deadline for senior photos and senior quotes has been extended to February 14th! Information for how to submit your photo and quote is on the school website or in the main office.
SENIORS: Please see the College and Career Center for all the latest scholarship information.
Students in grades 3 through 12 have a chance to nominate any FWPS staff member in the district you believe has positively impacted you, your school, and/or your community with the “Because of you” award. Nominations will be reviewed and selected by the superintendent’s Scholar Advisory team. Each month, staff members will be honored at a board meeting. Nomination forms can be completed online at www.fwps.org, or your school’s main office. Stay tuned as we highlight these extraordinary staff members who make a difference each day in our schools!
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.
African Dance - Ms. Fall, Room 3436
Anime/Manga - Mr. Drewry, Room 3435
Asian American - Ms. Jolley, Room 2624
Black Student Union (BSU) - Ms. Ashe, Room 1422
Book - Mr. Powers & Mr. Whipple, Room 2423
Chess - Mr. Drewry, Room 3435
DECA/Student Store - Mr. James, Room 1308
Drama - Mrs. Rose, Theater
Environmental Leadership - Ms. Jolley, Room 2624
Fan Art- Mr. Recato, Room 2508
French - Ms. Regnier-Busch, Room 3527, Thursdays
French Honor Society - Ms. Eyler, Room 3523
Fuerte - Ms. Weberg, Room 3437
Gamers - Mr. Whipple, Room 2423
GSA - Mr. Querin, Room 2417
Health & Fitness - Ms. Ha, Room 2625
Heavy Metal - Rachel Wegener, Room 2427
Honor Society - Ms. Victor, Theater, Tuesdays
Interact - Ms. Jolley, Room 2624
Key - Ms. Hamilton, Room 3629
Latino - Ms. Ashe, Room 1422
LIFT - Mr. Victorin, Room 2523
Math - Mr.Victorin, Room 2523
Photo - Ms. Bell, Room 2505
PI - Ms. Vongsaveng, Location TBD
Poetry - Mr. Powers, Room 2425
Powerful Women - Ms. Egaas, Room 2626, Mondays
Robotics - Mr. Heighton, Room 1632, Mon-Fri (seasonal)
ROTC - Major Golemboski, Room 1035
Russian/Ukrainian/ World - Ms. Pavlyuk, Room 3303
Speech & Debate - Mr. Sealey, Library
Technology - Mr. Ragan, Room 2505
TIME - Mr. Moore, Room 1632
Unitee - Ms. Ashe
We Act - Ms. Ha, Room 2625, Tuesdays
Yearbook - Rene Recato, Room 2508
Young Docs - Sue Clark, Room 3434
College & Career
Contact TBD for information at 253-945-5417 or email TBD.
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.