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  • America's Most Challenging High Schools

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  • Teacher Appreciation Week

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  • Year End Reminders

    To Williams Field Parents,

    As the school year begins to wind down, I would like to take this opportunity to remind our shared community of common expectations for the learning environment.

    Food and Drink

    For reasons of students safety as well as maintaining a healthy learning environment, students are only permitted to bring bottled water into the classrooms and on campus.

    Deliveries will no longer be accepted for food or drink 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 welcome to pack a lunch or purchase a prepared meal. 

    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.

    Dress Code

    We encourage students to take pride in their attire as it relates to the school setting.  Students should dress in a manner that, in addition to the following guidelines, takes into consideration the educational environment, safety, health, and welfare of self and others.  Clothing that immodestly exposes the chest, abdomen, midriff, genital area, or buttock is not permitted. Clothing may not display or suggest obscene language or symbols. Clothing may not display or advertise alcohol, drugs, tobacco, or any illegal or controlled substance or item. 

    Please ensure that your student dresses appropriately for school success. Thank you in advance for your assistance in this matter.

    Student Attendance and Participation

    Attendance and participation in class are key to student success.  For these reasons, we ask that you ensure your student is here, ready to learn every day.  Interruptions to instruction will be minimal and we ask that students utilize passing periods or lunch time for personal business.  To this end, students will be asked to keep backpacks safely stored under their seats and cell phones away during class time. 

    Please let me know if you have any questions as we head into the final weeks of the semester.



    Dr. Terri Wattawa


    Williams Field High School

    2076 S. Higley Road

    Gilbert, AZ  85295


    Dare Greatly…Connect, Engage, Inspire


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  • High School summer school registration open

    Current Higley Unified School District students can now register for high school summer school. Options are available for credit recover, grade replacement and credit advancement. All students must seek counselor approval prior to registration. These classes will be held in June. Class times will be 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and noon to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Cost is $170.00 per session (1/2 credit offered per session).

    The registration deadline is May 31, 2016. Additional information may be found at husd.org/summerschool.

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  • 2016 - 2017 Sports Physicals

    Black Hawk Community,
    Williams Field High School will be offering sports physicals for the 2016-2017 school year on April 27th beginning at 5:30pm and lasting until 8pm.  This event will be held in the main gymnasium and cost for each physical will be $25.  We encourage you to utilize this event as an opportunity to meet coaches, other athletes on the team, team physicians, and get your required physical to participate in pre-season activities.  Proceeds of this event will go to the Williams Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) Club and Student Athletics. Parent and guardian are required to be in attendance and must have insurance card present.

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  • Senior Parents - 

    Graduation is weeks away, but plans and arrangements are being made now to ensure a successful commencement.  Please be advised that Elite Balfour will be on campus tomorrow, Friday, April 15th, during your student's respective lunch period to distribute graduation announcements and any additional memorabilia purchased. Caps and gowns will not be handed out until mandatory practice taking place on May 24th.  

    Additionally, if you have not purchased a cap and gown and your student intends on participating in the commencement ceremony, please make it a priority to visit Elite Balfour.

    Please contact 480.279.8013 should you have additional questions.

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  • Register My Athlete

    In an attempt to streamline the athletic clearance process, Williams Field High School is going paperless.  Using the enclosed instructions, you will now complete the athletic clearance packet electronically at Register My Athlete.com.  All forms can be viewed and signed electronically, and additional required forms (i.e.-physical forms, etc.) can be uploaded to your account.  Please follow the enclosed instructions to register your students for athletic clearance, for the 2016-2017 academic school year.  If you have any questions, contact the technical support department from Register My Athlete, or contact the Athletic Department at 480.279.8018.

    Parent Instructions - Register My Athlete


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  • Higley Fine Arts Festival

    Save the Date: Higley Fine Arts Festival April 23
    The Higley Unified School District will host the Higley Fine Arts Festival 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 23, at Higley Center for the Performing Arts & Higley High School.
    Join us for student and professional demonstrations of art, music and theater! The annual Higley Art Show will be held in the HCPA Lobby, with an awards presentation at 11 a.m. Enjoy a special appearance by the Phoenix Children’s Chorus and Gilbert Visual Arts League members. Take in a show or take a role in making a community chalk mural. Food trucks include: Bang Bang Dumplings, Kona Ice, Gimme Some Sugar, Waffle Love, Mustache Pretzel and Hot Dog Kings.
    Additional details can be found at www.husd.org/fineartsfestival.

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  • AZMerit Testing

    The state of Arizona has moved from AIMS testing to end of the year assessments.  This new testing has been labeled AZMERIT or Arizona's Measurement of Educational Readiness to Inform Teaching. This was adopted because of the new standards that our State Board adopted back in 2010.  AZMerit tests, for high school students, are end of course tests which eventually will count as part of a student's grade in the course.  This test is designed to let teachers, students, as well as parents, know how your child is doing and indicate if they are on track for college and career readiness.   This test is a computer based assessment, however in order to accommodate all freshmen through junior students taking Math and English, a special schedule was created. Tuesday, March 29th, will begin our first full day of testing.  Please click on the following link to see the AZMerit Testing Schedule for March 2016 and April 2016.  AZ Merit Calendar


    Bell Schedule AZ Merit A Lunch: (Lunch based off 3rd hour)

    O Hour

    6:30am - 7:25am

    1st or 2nd

    7:30am - 9:30am


    9:30am - 10:00am

    3rd or 4th

    10:05am - 12:05pm

    5th or 6th

    12:10pm - 2:10pm


    2:15pm - 3:10pm


    Bell Schedule AZ Merit B Lunch: (Lunch based off 3rd hour) 

    O Hour

    6:30am - 7:25am

    1st or 2nd

    7:30am - 9:30am

     3rd or 4th

    9:35am - 11:35am


    11:35am - 12:05pm

    5th or 6th

    12:10pm - 2:10pm


    2:15pm - 3:10pm

     Below are a few frequently asked questions:

    • How does testing affect my child?
      • This assessment will be given to students in grades 9-11 taking High School English and Math only.  AZMERIT, based on the new standards, will inform teachers, students, and parents if students are on track to be college and career ready upon graduation from high school.  The goal of the State is to eventually utilize these assessments as end of course assessments, as they are based on our standards. 
    • What are you doing to prepare my child for this test?
      • This assessment will be given to students in grades 9-11 taking High School English and Math only.   AZMERIT, based on the new standards, will inform teachers, students, and parents if students are on track to be college and career ready upon graduation from high school.  The goal of the State is to eventually utilize these assessments as end of course assessments, as they are based on our standards.
    • The block schedule you've created, how does it affect students attending EVIT?
      • Testing will take precedence.  If an EVIT student has completed his/her assessment prior to the end of testing and can still make the bus, they can leave; however, there will be no late bus available.  Given the importance of this test, we do encourage students to take their time during testing.
    • What if my son or daughter is absent?
      • Make up days have been built into the schedule.  Every Monday we will contact students from the previous week that missed assessments.   As our testing window is open until April 15th, we will utilize until the last week of April to finish testing any student who is absent.  
    • I have additional questions, who can I contact?

    Feel free to call 480.279.8013 for further details.

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  • 2016 Prom Information


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  • Governing board approves change to 2016-17 calendar

    The Higley Unified School District governing board recently approved a change to the 2016-17 school calendar. With the change, the second quarter will end one day earlier  and the fourth quarter will go one day longer. Classes will begin as scheduled on July 25, 2016. The last day of school will be Friday, May 26, 2017.

    Calendars can be found on the website.

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  • Receive up to $400 in state Tax Credit

    Did you know that Arizona State Law enables you to receive a tax credit of up to $200 ($400 if married filing jointly) when you make a donation to our schools? These donations provide additional support and learning opportunities for our students. By donating to our "Undesignated" account you will be able to help us offer tutoring for students; build up after-school programs such as STEM, arts and music programs; and provide more extracurricular activities for students. Donate today! Forms are available at each school site and the district office.
    We THANK YOU for your tax credit donations.
    If you wish to make a donation, please click here for more information.
    Interested in more information about ECA tax credits?
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  • Williams Field Parents - Get the latest news
    Stay informed of news and events at Williams Field High School through our E-Alert system. You can click here and select what information you want sent automatically to your e-mail address, including communication from the principal and district.

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  • 2015 - 2016 Athletic Packets

    For your convenience, please click on the following attachment to access the necessary paperwork needed to participate in sports related activities during the 2015-2016 school year. 

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Welcome to the Williams Field High School website. We are a school of approximately 1880 students on a state-of-the-art campus that opened in August 2007. We are proud to be an "A" rated school in an "A" rated school district with high expectations in the classroom, on the field and in the community. Our parents, administrators, teachers and staff are committed to providing every student with a quality, challenging and positive educational experience that prepares them for a successful future. As a staff our goal is to "Connect, Engage and Inspire our students to Achieve Excellence in Every Endeavor." We believe that every student can excel when there are high expectations combined with respect and support. GO BLACK HAWKS!
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