2019 SENIOR EXAM SCHEDULE Please see attached file
Students: The next ACT test is June 8, 2019. Deadline to register for regular registration is this Friday, May 3, 2019. Registration + late fee is May 4-20, 2019 http://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/the-act.html
Planning ahead? Washington-Nile 2019-2020 School Calendar is now available.
AP Testing: May 6-AP Govt (am), May 7-AP Physics (pm), May 8-AP Lit (am), May 9-AP Chemistry (am), May 10- AP Computer Science (pm), May 16- AP World History (am), May 17- AP Music Theory (am)
Senior, Submit both a current and baby pic to be in the senior slideshow at graduation. All pictures must be submitted to Mrs. Copley by Friday, May 8. Click link for details https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cirz8jwbNBzanCmzrNWFp9pM3g6t8-Vw2q4g2HwC6k4/edit?usp=sharing
9th and 11th grade parents, this is a survey for you to complete as part of our Federal Programs information. Please complete the survey at https://wnls.pw/parentsurvey
1ST ANNUAL WEST VARSITY CLUB BASS TOURNAMENT Saturday, May 25 Shawnee Marina Ramp – Ohio River link: https://www.westsenators.org/article/102403?org=portsmouth-west-high-school For more infocontact: Angie Copas 740-285-2706 Heather Coleman 740-357-5994 Rhonda Igaz 740-858-8535
PWHS Band apparel sale! Please note - online store does offer additional color options. **When placing an order online, please remember to designate the band student you would like the order to be credited to. Link to online store: https://order.fancloth.com/s/477499
End of course testing begins Monday. Good luck to all students and teachers!
PWHS Purse Bingo scheduled for April 4 @ 6pm. Doors open at 5.
Reminder to seniors: get in-house scholarships turned in to the guidance office by the end of the day!
Reminder to seniors: In-House Scholarships are due March 29 to the guidance office.
Early dismissal today at 12:00. P/T Conferences 1:00 - 6:30
Happy Pi Day! March 14th (commonly represented in the US as 3/14) is the day we celebrate pi, the mathematical representation of the ratio of a circle's circumference to it's diameter. What is your favorite mathematical formula that uses pi as a constant?