Head Football Coach Steve Campbell has made quite the impact on our students over the years, and this is one more way he has been honored for all of his great efforts. Read the article below from azcentral.com and see what they had to say about our coach.
Spring Break Baseball Mini-Camp
Head Coach Kraig Leuschner of WFHS Baseball will be hosting a Spring Break Baseball Camp for 6th-8th graders. This camp will take place Monday, March 10th through Wednesday March 12th from 4:00 to 6:30pm daily on the WFHS Varsity Baseball Field. Players must provide their own Baseball attire and equipment for this camp.
There is a $50 fee for this camp and is due before the players are able to participate unless arrangements are made with Coach. Please make all checks out to HUSD and brought to camp on the first day.
The camp instructors will be composed for Williams Field coaches as well as current Williams Field Baseball Players. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Coach Leuschner at: (631)428-605 Kraig.Leuschner@husd.org
Please complete the camp registration form here
FREE SPORTS PHYSICAL 2014-2015
EF Tour is presenting the opportunity to travel with them over Spring Break 2015 to Italy and Greece. They will be holding an informational meeting on 3/20/14 at 5:30pm in Ms. Mahony's room 225. Please visit their website at www.eftours.com and enter the tour number 1514298YE. You can also email email@example.com to learn about this opportunity to travel. This trip is sponsored solely by EF Tours and is not affiliated with WFHS or HUSD.
Seniors get ready for some magic in 2014! Your Parent Sponsored Grad night will be at Disney on Sat May 24. The cost of the trip will be $132 and will include the bus ride, park hopper pass, and a private Disney Grad Night Celebration. Please visit the website by googling wfhsgradnight2014 for more information and permission slips. Deadline to register is March 31st.
The board approved calendars for the next three years based on the recommendation to the Superintendent by the calendar committee.
With the vote, the 2014/15 school year will begin Aug. 4, 2014, and will end on May 21, 2015. There will be one-week fall and spring breaks and a two-week winter break.
The committee used a survey to determine calendar preferences of parents, teachers and staff, and students. Based on those results, the committee made the recommendation for a transition year to make sure families have time to plan.
1) E-Alerts: Our school sends out automated email alerts for various school functions like dances, athletics, testing dates, yearbook sales, etc., but you must be on the list to receive them. To register go to husd.org > click on the silver “parents” link under the orange bar under the photos. Click on the E-Alert link > fill out the form.
2) ParentVUE: Our schools use a software program called Synergy (Genesis), which compiles student grades, attendance, transcripts, and contact information. Teachers may include digital documents, classroom assignments, points and percentages, and individual feedback and comments. To register you need to get an “Activation Key” from the Front Office (480) 279.8000
3) Teacher Pages: All teachers in our district have their own teacher website. These pages will include digital versions of important documents for the class. To view a teacher’s webpage, select “Teacher Pages” located on the top toolbar > select the teacher’s name which you would like to view their webpage. You will find their contact information as well as links to any electronic assignments in the left hand toolbar on their page.
All of these options are wonderful tools provided by the school and the district. Please utilize these methods of communication as to ensure your child's success through the 2013-2014 school year.
High School Parents,
I am writing today to share with you a change in our practice at the high school regarding deliveries to students.
Deliveries will no longer be accepted for any items. In order to ensure a safe and sanitary environment that supports and maintains the health and welfare of all of our students, they are expected to come prepared for the school day. Our offices are not equipped with the necessary equipment and staffing to maintain the amount of delieveries that were recieved daily during previous years. In the past, many items were not picked up by the students which left the administrative office responsible for these items. It is equally difficult to accommodate deliveries with all the other activity that takes place in the administrative office.
As a reminder, our high school is a closed campus. Please visit with your student about what that means in terms of not being able to leave the school, unless checked out by a parent or guardian, during their school day. Once a student arrives on campus, they are required to stay on campus until their school day comes to a close.
As we look to enhance options for students, we will begin exploring ways that student dining needs can be addressed to expand variety and choice.
I thank you in advance for supporting this significant change in the front office where we strive to improve our service to you, our students, and guests to the campus.
Buy your WFHS Aerial Yearbook
It is a student produced, 240 page, all-color, book of memories, that sells out every year.
Yearbooks cost our school organization approximately $75 to publish. The more we sell, the cheaper they cost. Because we never know how many we will sell, the longer you wait to purchase one, the more we have to charge. It pays to purchase early.
Purchases should be made online via a credit card through www.yearbookordercenter.com
Please note the following payment levels, and contact the yearbook adviser with any questions or concerns: Kristin.firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer $70 online
1st Semester $75 online
2nd Semester $80 online