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WASHINGTON HIGHSCHOOL BLOOD DRIVE 

Wednesday, November 28th, 8:30 AM-1:30 PM in the Auditorium 

To donate, sign up with a member of the Student Senate or in Ms. Derrick’s room (room 205B). Please eat before donating and bring photo ID. 

  

It is that time again to help out with the Indian Creek Nature Center's Nature Noel.  The event is: 

Saturday, December 1, 2018 from 9:00 AM – 1 PM at Indian Creek's Amazing Space located on Otis Rd SE 

They are looking for students to help with carrying purchased items to shopper's cars.  This time can be counted as volunteer hours for National Honors Society or other organizations who value service.  Preferred shifts are from 8:45 to 11:15 and 11 to 1:15.   

Please see or email Mrs. Bernstein at rbernstein@cr.k12.ia.us to let her know of your interest.  

This is “Plan Your Path” week, a time when students can get information and help with planning for life after high school. Each day will have a different focus – trades, career planning, college, and military. Juniors and seniors who stop at one of the “Plan Your Path” events this week or visit their counselor for assistance with career planning will be entered in a drawing for college and career gear. Check out the display case in the main foyer to see just a few of the prizes! Staff and students are also encouraged to wear college, career, and military shirts all week. Follow the counselors on Twitter at @CWRCounseling for updates. 

Today’s focus is on the career paths of our staff. All staff are encouraged to share their story with students because they each took a different route to get to Washington. Some people went to college to become teachers and started working here right away, while many others had a variety of different jobs, college majors, and life experiences prior to becoming a Warrior. Ask other adults in your life about their career path too – you might be surprised what you learn! 

  

iJAG is having a donation drive for the Cedar Valley Humane Society to get cleaning supplies like Clorox wipes and paper towels.  For more information on items to donate find the donation boxes in the front office or library.  The donation drive runs until December 14th. 

  

Do you like to cook or have you thought about being a chef? 

Chef Green will be here on November 27th during iLearning for a cooking demonstration.  Sign up outside Mrs. Stekl’s Room, 118B 

  

Study Table is every day Mon- Thurs from 3-4pm in Lab 112. 

  

U of Wisconsin of Platteville will be here on November 13th at 11:00 am in CO. 

  

Today’s Events 

5:30 AM-6:30 AM: MWM Swim Practice in WHS Pool 

6:00 AM-7:30 AM: Practice in WHS Gym-North 

1:30 PM: Early Dismissal 

1:30 PM-5:15 PM: Practice in WHS Auditorium, WHS Choir Room, WHS Little Theatre, WHS Room 128 

2:50 PM-7:00 PM: Practice in WHS Pool 

3:15 PM-5:15 PM: Practice in WHS Wrestling Room 

3:20 PM-7:40 PM: Practice in WHS Gym-Main, WHS Gym-North 

  

Happy Birthday Today! 

JuShawn Balogun 

Anthony Docks 

  

Happy “Summer” July 25 Birthday! 

Adam Gleason 

Valyncia Walker 

  

Staff Happy Birthdays! 

Cindy Henle 

Marilyn Bettmeng 

Rosalee Gruhn 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Safety

Cedar Rapids Community School District takes your safety seriously and welcomes your input. Please contact your building principal/administrator and report any safety concerns that you may have. This includes bullying, harassment, discrimination or anything that you feel threatening Thank you for helping us keep staff and students safe.

                      

 

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To:          Washington High School Parents

There Are 390 Iowa High Schools
But One Stands Out From The Others!

  1. Winner of the "Breaking Barriers" Award from the IDOE for highest % of African American students proficient in reading and math on the Iowa Assessments of any school in Iowa!
  2. Iowa's "Number One Ranked School" on the Iowa AP Index for the 10th consecutive year!
  3. CWR is on U.S. News and World Report’s List of “America’s Best High Schools”(multiple measures, including Iowa Assessment scores, not just AP).
  4. CWR is the only Cedar Rapids High School on Newsweek List of Top 500 “Beating the Odds” High Schools in America; 13 Named Statewide(multiple measures, including Iowa Assessment scores, not just AP).
  5. The CWR composite average score on ACT is well above the state average of 22.2 and the national average of 21.0.
  6. Dozens of CWR musicians made All-State, and nearly all ensembles received Division 1 ratings at large group festivals/competitions.

Let’s make 2018-2019 even better!

 

 

 

 

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