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Sunday, August 30, 2015

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  • Marching Warriors Hit the Field!

    The Marching Warriors have been hard at work these last two weeks, and are ready to preview the new fall show. Come show your Warrior Pride and get a sneak peak this Friday night at 7:00 pm on the field.  The show debuts at halftime next week - on Friday, September 4th - during the first Varsity Football game. Start the school year off a little early and support the players, cheerleaders and Marching Warriors at the first home game!

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  • Wakefield House Supply List


           Five Three-ring binders (1 ½ inch) with dividers

    • Three Spiral Notebooks
    • Flashdrive (USB) 8GB
    • Lined loose leaf paper for all binders
    • Colored Pencils
    • Highlighters (multiple colors needed)
    • Pens (4 Boxes)
      • 1 Box of Green, Red, Blue, Black
    • Pencils
    • Ti-84 Graphing Calculator (optional but strongly recommended)
    • Note cards
    • Geometry Class supplies
      • Protractor
      • Ruler
      • Compass
    • Scotch Tape
    • Glue sticks
    • Scissors
    • Box of Tissue
    • Hand Sanitizer (necessary for Biology lab work)
    • MacBook Protective Cover (optional but strongly recommended for student laptops)


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  • Summer Assignments for 2015

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  • Wakefield's French Program Receives Award from AATF

    The WHS French Program is one of ten in the nation to receive a new American Association Teachers of French award, Exemplary Program with Honors.  Read about it here or in the press release!
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  • Wakefield Posters from 60s and 70s in Digital Archive

    Arlington Central Library's digital archive is an online showcase of Arlington's history in a variety of formats. It is a work-in-progress that will grow to include not only images of people and landscapes but oral history interviews, maps, documents and even artwork that reflect the popular culture of the time.The archive  includes 2 Wakefield posters from the early 1970s that offers a unique insight into student life at Wakefield from the late 1960s into the early 1970s. Here is a link to the complete collection.
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  • Students Earn Bicycles and Help Community

    Earn a Bike
    Nine students completed the Earn a Bike program with Phoenix Bikes this year after a semester of learning bicycle mechanics and making repairs to bikes that were donated to community members.  The group of students donated one bicycle to a fellow Wakefield student for getting to and from work after school.   The students left Phoenix Bikes with their own bicycles and new helmets for completing the program.   Special recognition goes to Debbie Polhemus, Joyce Kelly and Christopher Manaois for sponsoring and assisting with the bike club this year, and coordinating activities for the students during Warriors Period every week to review vocabulary and bike parts.  It was a truly special moment seeing the students leave with bicycles they repaired and refurbished this semester, and it could not have been accomplished without all of their hard work!
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  •  Better Sports Club Awards

    Every year, the Better Sports Club of Arlington annually recognizes the most outstanding male and female athletes in every high school.  These student athletes are recognized for conduct, dedication, and competitive attitude on the field of play and conduct and character off the field.  Congratulations to the following Wakefield student athletes who were honored at the Better Sports Club of Arlington Banquet. 
     Anna Tiernan – Youth Challenger Sportsmanship Award
    Patrick Girard – Baseball Sportsmanship of the Year
    Lyric Hatcher – Girls Basketball Sportswoman of the Year
    Dominique Tham – Boys Basketball Sportsman of the Year
    Jadah Clarke – Cheer Sportswoman of the Year
    Riley Wilson – Football Sportsman of the Year
    Taylor White – Softball Sportswoman of the Year
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  • Writing Contest Prize Awarded to Wakefield Spanish AP Student

     Concurso escritura Kaeli Rice Williams, accompanied by her parents and the Spanish Ambassador,  receives her 3rd place Writing Award from the Embassy of Spain for their Annual Essay Competition. Kaeli was awarded a certificate along with a $150.00 prize. The competition was open to all High School Students in the DC Metro area taking Spanish 3 through AP Spanish. Great job Kaeli!
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  • Wakefield Foundation Scholarships Awarded

    Once again, the Wakefield High School Education Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of scholarships to seniors at Wakefield.  This year the Foundation awarded twenty-four scholarships totaling $177,000, which brings the total scholarships granted over the history of the Foundation to 345.  As of this cycle, the awards total $1,845,699 in scholarships and teacher grants. Since 1986, the Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit run entirely by volunteers, has raised donations from Wakefield alumni, staff and friends to provide scholarships to graduating Wakefield seniors. 
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  • Congressional Arts Competition

    A big congratulations goes out to our 3 winners in this year's Congressional Arts Competition, Felicity Bell, Merrin Winkle and Jahdorna Grant.  They received their award by our Congressman, Don Beyer, himself!  Please check out this link to see the great work done by these talented young ladies!
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