• Announcements—Friday, 10/18/19  White Day-Periods 5-8   

    Clubs meeting today afterschool: PI Study Hall, Mariachi, and BSU Club

    Save a life…. sign up for the Blood Drive today!

    Senior Parent Meeting will be Monday, 10/21/19 @ 6pm in the theater.

    At the football game today, your FW Eagles will take on the host Hazen Highlanders at Renton Stadium. Please be aware that the visiting team enters on the north side of the stadium. There is not an ability to cross over, so please when you arrive, park in the parking lot on the northside of the field. For questions please see Mr. Yellam.

    Federal Way High School will host the STAMP/ALTA test during the school day on October 29th in the library. Students will need to seek out counselors during 1st and 2nd lunch in the cafeteria to sign up. Signups start October 22nd and will end on October 25th. See you there!

    Would you be interested in learning how to code and control a mini robot? Do you already know how to do it and wish to teach others? Join the Sphero Club every Friday after school in Mr. Guzman’s classroom 2405.

    If you are looking for volunteer hours and you enjoy working with kids, Ms. Egaas needs help with the Wildwood Fall Festival. It is going to be held at their temporary location on Friday, October 25th. See Ms. Egaas in room 2626 for more details.

    New Eagle gear will be sold during 1st and 2nd lunch at the booking office (Mrs. Jordan). T-shirts will be sold for $10, long sleeves for $13, crew necks for $15 and sweatshirts for $20.

    Attention Eagles—If you are 17 or 18 years old, or will turn 18 on or before Nov 3, 2020, then you are eligible to register to vote in the upcoming local and presidential elections. Please come to the voter registration sponsored by the Black Student Union and the Latinx club on Wednesday, October 23. Please come and bring all eligible family members. Voting is your most important civic responsibility, so come one, come all and register to vote here in the FWHS Library from 6-8pm on October 23rd.

     

    Clubs

    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 Ms. Osorio for information at 253-945-5417 or email cosorio@fwps.org.

    Closed Campus

    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.

    Parking

    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.