Friday, April 25, 2008

All The WHS News You Know You Want

Attention All Seniors: Stop by the Guidance Office and tell us of your college acceptances .The General Federation of Women’s Clubs of Massachusetts is offering 5 $1000 scholarships to who have performed meaningful community service activities. Applications for this scholarship should be returned to the Guidance Office by May1. Applications are available in the Main Office and Guidance Office. An electronic application form may be found on the community service link of the high school wedsite.

The April collection for the Interfaith Food Pantry is canned meat (such as canned beef or chicken) and toiletries such as tooth paste, soap, and shampoo. Boxes are located in the main office, the mailroom, Guidance and the library.

Attention Juniors: Melrose Wakefield Hospital is sponsoring a Nursing Job Shadow Day on May 22, 2008. Fifteen students can attend. If you are interested in participating please see Mr. Beebe for details.

Any Senior who has been accepted at Boston College is eligible to apply for the renewable scholarship of $1000 given by the Citizen’s Scholarship Foundation. Applications are available from the Main Office. The application deadline is Tuesday, May 6, 2008.

Attentions Juniors: The registration deadline for June SAT is May 6th. If you have not signed up for the May exam you should plan on taking the June exam. Sign up onCollegBoard.Com or see Guidance for details.

Attention Seniors: Any senior who will be majoring a medical field next year, please see Mrs. Fanjoy in the Guidance Office.

The next driver education course is scheduled to begin on Monday, May 5th in Room 1221. Classes will meet Monday thru Friday from 2:00 – 5:00 for 2 weeks. To enroll please go to Courtesy of the official WHS website

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