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Saturday, December 20, 2014

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WHS Happenings


  • Alumni Theater Show at 7:00 pm on 12/20/14

     Performing alumni include:  Jamil Garner, Jesse Remedios, Carla Astudillo, Jhonny Maldonado, Sheryl Jones, Marquis Allgood, Tyler Lazzari, Dejon Campbell, William Kaffenberger, Delia Penalva, Alexa Moore, Kaye Siapno, Nahid Koohkanrizi, Giancarlo Danubio, Alvin Khaimug, Matthew Wise, Will Westray, Forrest Jacobs, Jose Penalva and Sean Hackes.
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  • Governor's Academy Finalists

    World Languages The World Language Department at Wakefield High School is pleased to announce five students who have been selected to compete for admission to the Governor’s Academy in the summer of 2015.  Congratulations to Robert Aselford (German), Abigial Brown (German), Sierra Cass (Spanish), Areli Ibarra Ruiz (French), and Jake Karton (French).  We wish you the best!
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  • Fire Safety Survey

    Red Cross The Wakefield High School Red Cross Club has developed a Home Fire Safety Survey to determine the fire safety awareness levels of the Wakefield Community. The data collected will serve to determine ways to best serve the Wakefield Community's needs. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey. The deadline to take the survey is December 31st 2014. Click the on the following link

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  • Interact Club

    This year the Interact club has an "Olaf" snowman in town hall with tags that are desired gifts from students in need at Wakefield, as well as their siblings. We would like every student to start 2015 off on the right foot, so therefore, purchasing an item would ensure the beginning of a positive year. The Interact club is using the the link: www.gofundme.com/iq1hq8  to collect monetary donations in order to shop for those in need.  Please consider making a donation! Questions? Please email Meg Cameron margaret.cameron@apsva.us
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  • Pathway Connection Program

    Are you currently in the 10th grade and thinking about going to college after high school? Not really sure if you are ready for college? Want to learn more about colleges, careers and how to pay for college? If you answered yes to any of these questions the Pathway Connection Program is for you. Pathway Connection (PC) is a companion program to the existing Pathway to the Baccalaureate Program currently offered at your school. Pathway Connection focuses on college and career readiness with 10th and 11th grade students who would like additional support in preparing for post-secondary education at any college/university. PC Counselors facilitate monthly college and career readiness workshops and individual meetings focusing on student success skills (i.e., time management, learning styles, college essays/apps, paying for college, etc.)   Lastly, as an active participant in Pathway Connection, students receive priority admission to the Pathway to the Baccalaureate Program in their senior year of high school.  Click here for an application. The application deadline for admission to the Pathway Connection Program is January 31st, 2015. Please return the application to your High School Counselor and your application will be forwarded to the Pathway Connection Counselor assigned to your school. For more information about Pathway Connection, contact your School Counselor or the Pathway Connection Program at, pathwayconnection@nvcc.edu or (703)425-5790.
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  • Arlington Vehicle Decal Competition

    The results of the 2015 Arlington Vehicle Decal Competition are in and Wakefield students landed 2 of the 4 coveted finalist slots!   The 2 finalists are Ingrid Jacobsen, for her photo entitled "Barcroft Community House" and Marisa DeFranco for her photo, "Hats of our Heroes".   You can see the 3 final designs and read about the competition here. Voting begins today!  Every Arlington resident is guaranteed one vote so get those votes out there.  Go to:  http://taxes.arlingtonva.us/vehicles/registration-decals/decalvoting/   Our students photos are the 1st and 3rd one!  VOTE VOTE VOTE!  Let Wakefield win another one!
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  • CALLING ALL STUDENT SCORSESES: The White House announced that it's hosting its second student film festival. The theme is, "The Impact of Giving Back." The administration is calling on students in kindergarten through high school to tell a story about paying it forward, community service and what it looks like to make a difference. (Last year's theme was about how technology is impacting the classroom.) The rules are the same - students must upload their three-minute films to YouTube. Submissions are due by Jan. 20. The White House will pick films in mid-February and the film festival will be held in the spring. More information:    http://1.usa.gov/1uXrjMc
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  • Congratulations!! 

    brushes and paint The following students have advanced to the Governor’s School VPA state auditions!

    Ishan Chatterjee (Instrumental Music)
    Tyler LaPointe (Instrumental Music)
    Abby Brown (Vocal Music)
    Sean Romiti-Schulze (Vocal Music)Red Taye (Visual Arts)
    Good luck to each of you for your final auditions in January!
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  • What is it like to be visually impaired? 

    Wakefield students field your questions and invite you to learn more about living with a visual impairment.  Click on the link:
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    Support this fundraising effort that benefits our school!

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