Schools‎ > ‎High School‎ > ‎Announcements‎ > ‎HS Announcements‎ > ‎

May 1st, 2018

posted Apr 30, 2018, 12:42 PM by Erin Gudenkauf

Hawk Time Schedule 

v  Seniors: All library materials are due Monday, May 14th. 

v  If you signed up to help with Farm Safety Day, please pick up your permission slip from Mrs. Schnieders. 

v  Are you and your family interested in hosting a foreign exchange student from France this summer?  See Mrs. Sandberg (room #250) for more information. 

v  Students interested in Kirkwood Ag Day on May 15th you must register by May 4 at

v  Students who requested to take, or are interested in taking a PICC class durring terms 1 or 2 of the 2018-2019 school year need to complete the PICC/PSEO registration forms by Tuesday, May 15th.  Forms are located in the Counseling office and need to be returned to the Counseling office by this deadline.  No late forms will be accepted.  For any questions, please contact Mrs. Piersch in the Counseling Office.  

v  SENIORS: Many of you have received scholarships and/or awards from your future schools or outside organizations. If you would like to be recognized for these accomplishments at Senior Awards Night on May 2nd under the "Other" scholarships portion of the night, please e-mail Mrs. Goebel with your name by TODAY Monday, April 30th. It is not necessary for you to identify what award you have received.

v  UPCOMING ACT TESTING DATES: June 9th and July 14th. Please see the Counseling Office for registration information and deadline dates.

v  SENIORS: Get out your phones and put this date in your calendar: SENIOR AWARDS NIGHT, Wednesday May 2nd at 7pm in Hanson Auditorium. This event is not only scholarships you have applied for, but also includes awards and recognitions that have no application process. You may have been nominated by someone at school or in the community to be honored! Your presence at this event is an opportunity to reap rewards, be surprised at unexpected recognition, and thank local community sponsors and volunteers for their support of you and your classmates. "Pay it forward" and support the community who sponsor awards and patron events for WD students!

v  JOB BOARD: There are local businesses and community members looking for high school students for help! These part time positions could lead to full time positions after high school. Also, your sponsor would be a great future reference for you as you apply for jobs, apply for scholarships and colleges, and not to mention looking great on your resume!

v  Northeast Iowa Career Learning Link (CLL) is a program that exposes

students to high-demand career areas and sets them on the pathway to

career and educational success beyond high school. The program provides

work-based learning opportunities for students in partnership with local

businesses. Students are able to start enrolling in the program between the Spring Semester of their Sophomore year and the Fall Semester of their Junior year.  Students who are interested in joining the program or who are currently involved in the program may meet with Holly Maurer in the ICN Room on the following dates 

Tuesday, May 1, 8:00-11:30am

Friday, May 11, 12:30-3:30pm

Tuesday, May 15, 8:00-11:30am

Lunch Menu

Today: BBQ pulled pork, glazed carrots, French fries, grapes, pears, sugar cookie, OJ/milk

Wednesday: Italian deli panini, sun chips, cheezy cauliflower, salad, kiwi, fruit slushie, OJ/milk