• Test schedule Wednesday, April 23
    Williams Field High School Sophomores and Juniors will take the PLAN and ACT on Wednesday, April 23. Those students will follow their regular morning bus routes and are expected to be on campus by 7:20 a.m.
    It will be a late-start day for Freshmen and Seniors. The bus routes will run 4 and a half hours later for them in the morning. The campus will be open for them to eat lunch at 11:55 a.m. Fourth hour will begin at 12:30 p.m.
    Afternoon buses will run as normally scheduled.
    For all students taking the test: 
    • Students must bring a photo ID (this can be a school ID, permit or license)

    • Students can use an ACT-approved calculator
    • Students may only have water in the testing room
    • Students are encouraged to keep all cell phones at home
    • HUSD has opted last minute to proctor the ACT without Writing (these results can be used for college admission and NCAA purposes)

    ACT/PLAN-                         7:20-11:50

    Sophomore Lunch-           11:00-11:30

    Sophomore speaker         11:30-12:25

    Lunch for ACT students- 11:55-12:25

    4th Hour-                             12:30-1:07

    5th Hour-                             1:12-1:48

    6th Hour-                             1:53-2:30

     Questions can be directed to Dr. Jennifer Murphy at jennifer.murphy@husd.org

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  • Senior Graduation Information

    Dear Seniors and Parents:


    This letter has been prepared to help you plan and prepare for graduation.  Graduation is just weeks away, but plans and arrangements are being made now to assure a successful commencement.  This letter is being provided to inform you of the plans, arrangements and dates in place at this time.




    • Tuesday, May 6 – Yearbook preview party in the cafeteria from 2:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. 
    • Friday, May 16 and Monday, May 19 – Final exams for ALL seniors

    (These are full days of school)

    • Monday, May 19 – Senior Honors and Awards Ceremony – 7:00 p.m. in the Auditorium
    • Tuesday, May 20 – Black Hawk Call- Best Of The Nest Senior Assembly
    • Tuesday, May 20 – Last day for ALL seniors.  Cap and gown distribution in the small gym (in order to receive your cap and gown all overdue text books and library books must be returned and outstanding fees, including $25 graduation fee must be paid)
    • Wednesday, May 21 – Graduation rehearsal 6:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Please meet at 6:30 a.m. in the main gym (Attendance is mandatory for all graduating seniors). If you cannot attend, please notify Mrs.Horton prior to Wednesday morning practice and arrange for a substitute tostand in for you.
    • Wednesday, May 21 – Graduation ceremony, seniors arrive no later than 6:00 p.m. in the main gym, graduation begins at 7:00 p.m.


    GRADUATION PRACTICE –Prior to the graduation ceremony seniors will be involved in practice for commencement activities.  On Wednesday, May 21st graduation rehearsal will begin at 6:30 a.m.  Attendance at graduation practice is mandatory.  Seniors who do not attend the graduation practice will not be allowed to participate in the ceremony. Seniors are expected to arrive on time and stay for the duration of the practice.  Seniors must dress appropriately in compliance with the district and school dress code. 


    Any senior student trespassing on the WFHS campus outside of school hours, or involved with any destructive or disruptive behavior prior to graduation may not be allowed to participate in the graduation ceremony.


    GRADUATION CEREMONY – Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 7:00 P.M., Williams Field High School Football Stadium. 


    • The ceremony will begin promptly at 7:00 p.m. Graduates need to report to the main gym at 6:00 p.m. for check-in.
    • Seniors who choose to participate in the graduation ceremony are expected to dress appropriately.  Appropriate attire for the gentlemen includes dress pants, dress shirt, tie and dress shoes.  Appropriate attire for the ladies includes dress slacks with a blouse or a dress with dress shoes.  Cut-off shorts, tennis shoes, deck shoes and ‘flip-flops’ are not considered appropriate attire.
    • It is important that each and every graduate name be heard by all in attendance.  Please only bring items that would be respectful of other people’s ability to hear the proceedings.  Do not bring “play things” or distractions. Personal items may not be visible…such as corsages, leis or cap and gown decorations. Unopened bottles of water will be allowed entry at the gate and water will also be for sale inside the stadium from one of our clubs.  Food, drinks, or coolers will not be permitted inside the stadium. Other items such as signs, balloons, or air horns will not be permitted in the stadium.
    • Honors Recognition-


    Principal’s List (4.00 and above weighted GPA) Gold Cord

    Honor Roll (3.50 – 3.99 weighted GPA) Silver Cord


    You will receive honors cord when you pick up cap/gown on 5/20/14.  All other stoles/cords should be picked up through your adviser.



    CLEARANCE OF DEBTS AND TEXTBOOK RETURN – All overdue textbooks, library books,athletic uniforms, other school equipment/items and locks must be returned and debts paid in order to participate in the graduation practice and ceremony.


    GRADUATION PHOTOS –There will be an opportunity for your senior to have professional graduation photos by Lou Coopey. It will be during the commencement ceremony when the Governing Board hands the diploma to your senior.  Please visit their website for ordering.  Contact information 480-830-5667 or www.loucoopey.com



    PARTICIPATION IN GRADUATION – All seniors are encouraged to participate in the commencement ceremony.  If any senior is unable to participate, then he or she may request to be excused by contacting Mrs. Horton at 480-279-8013.


    GraduationCap and Gown –Elite Southwest –Balfour Contact information- www.esbalfour.com or 623-385-8230


    This letter is NOT to be considered an indication that your son or daughter will graduate.  All seniors must meet the State of Arizona and the Higley Unified District Board of Education requirements to receive a diploma. Students who do not meet these requirements will not be permitted to take part in the graduation ceremony.


    We look forward to hearing Pomp and Circumstance while your student marches in and is rewarded for their hard work by receiving their diploma at graduation.  This will mark a milestone on their way to post-secondary education.



    WFHS Administration


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  • Graduation Banners: 1 1/2' x 4 1/2' ft. Personalized Vinyl Graduation Banners are being sold for $45.00 each. Add a picture or logo to any banner for an additional $5.00 per item. Banners will be displayed in the school hallway for 2 weeks, starting the week of May 5th. They will decorate Williams Field Football Stadium for the Graduation Ceremony and may be taken home that evening. (Banners come w/ metal grommets for hanging) There are a lot of great choices to choose from, you can view them here!

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  • Congrats to Choir!
    Congratulations to the Choirs from Williams Field High School! 45 students who are members of the Vocal Flight Jazz Choir, and High Impact Show Choir traveled to Anaheim, California and competed in the National Disney Music in the Parks Festival.  Under the direction of Ms. Robyn Bydalek, both choirs were awarded First place in their divisions! In addition, Vocal Flight brought home a Superior rating, which is the highest rating available. Congratulations, Williams Field Choir students!

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  • Yearbook Sales


    If you are interested in purchasing a 2014 yearbook, bring your cash or check (made out to HUSD #60) to the yearbook classroom 402.  Yearbooks are $80 through April and will be $85 after that.  Yearbooks will sell out by the end of the year—buy yours now.

    All class, school, and athletic fees must be paid before students are allowed to pickup their yearbooks.


    Yearbook Preview Signing Party

    Come pick up your yearbook a week before everyone else

    Music, soda, snacks, yearbooks (pickup or purchase)

    Tuesday, May 6th, Cafeteria

    3:30 – 5:30

    $3 at the door


    General Pick up begins

    Tuesday, May 13th

    In room 402, before & after school, and at lunch


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  • 2014 Senior Graduation Speech Information/Application

      Thank you for your interest in presenting the senior farewell speech at our upcoming graduation.  As you prepare your speech, please keep the following criteria in mind.

    ·            Delivering a speech at graduation is a prestigious honor.  As the voice of the Class of 2014, please ensure that you represent the very best among Williams Field seniors. Speeches should be reflective of the graduation ceremony in content and scope. 

    ·            Speeches should be 2-3 minutes in length

    ·            Speeches will be reviewed by a selection committee of teachers, students, and faculty. 

    ·            Speeches will be evaluated based on message, clarity and focus of ideas, appeal to audience, professionalism and the quality of the speaker.


    Please provide a copy of your speech for initial review to Dr. Wattawa’s office no later than Tuesday April 22nd by 3 p.m.  Please include your name, student ID# and English teacher in the heading.  Prospective speakers will be scheduled to present speeches to the committee on Thursday, April 24.


    2014 Senior Graduation Speech Information/Application

      Thank you for your interest in presenting the senior farewell speech at our upcoming graduation.  As you prepare your speech, please keep the following criteria in mind.

    ·         Delivering a speech at graduation is a prestigious honor.  As the voice of the Class of 2014, please ensure that you represent the very best among Williams Field seniors. Speeches should be reflective of the graduation ceremony in content and scope. 

    ·         Speeches should be 2-3 minutes in length

    ·         Speeches will be reviewed by a selection committee of teachers, students, and faculty. 

    ·         Speeches will be evaluated based on message, clarity and focus of ideas, appeal to audience, professionalism and the quality of the speaker.


    Speeches should be submitted for initial review to Dr. Wattawa’s office no later than Tuesday April 22nd by 3 p.m. Please include your name, student ID# and English teacher in the heading. Prospective speakers will be scheduled to present speeches to the committee on Thursday, April 24.

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  • Congrats on a great season!!
    Congratulations to the Williams Field High School Drumline for their second place finish at the WGAZ State Championships on Saturday in the Scholastic A Class.


    Congratulations to the Cooley Percussion Ensemble for their second place finish at the WGAZ State Championships on Saturday in the Scholastic A Concert Class.


    Congratulations to the State Champion Williams Field High School Color Guard. The group won its first Scholastic AA Title and its third overall State Championship.


    Congratulations to the State Champion Cooley Color Guard. The group competed its undefeated season with a WGAZ Scholastic Novice State Championship in the school’s inaugural year.


    Congratulations to the Higley Traditional Academy and Gateway Pointe Color Guards for their Superior Ratings at the WGAZ  State Championships. Both groups completed perfect seasons by earning Superior Ratings (highest possible) at every event.


    Congratulations Students on a great season!!!

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  • Prom Ticket Prices


    As Prom gets closer and closer the prices for the tickets will begin to rise. Make sure you purchase your tickets as soon as possible to get the best price.


    March 20th-28th                 $60 with Activity Card   $65 without Activity Card

    March 31st-April 11th         $70 with Activity Card   $75 without Activity Card

    April 14th-17th                    $80 with Activity Card   $85 without Activity Card

    April 21st-25th                    $90 with Activity Card   $95 without Activity Card

    April 26th (At the door)      $100


    Theme: A Tale as Old as Time
    Location: Oakwood Country Club
    The doors will open at 6:15pm and dinner will be served promptly at 7:00pm. Duke photography will be in the library taking pictures before dinner and for a brief time at the beginning of the dance. Please make sure to pick up a flyer at lunch for pricing. We are also working with Everybody Loves Flowers to pre-order boutonnieres for $12 and wrist corsages for $30, stop by at lunch for a flyer. There will be a set time on Saturday April 26th when you can stop by the front office and pick them up. Make sure that you have picked a table and returned your royalty nominations along with your food option. You can find this card in your white booklet you were handed, it is labeled Beauty and the Beast. Please return that card at lunch to the ticket sellers or to room 225 by April 11th. If you have not picked a table please see the ticket sellers to do so.

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  • 2014-2015 Re-Enrollment


    RE-enrollment forms for the 2014-2015 school year were sent home with students on 3/18/14.  All students (regardless if you are open enrolled or not) must have one back in their file indicating if they are coming back to WFHS next year or if they are not returning and going to another high school.  Please make sure to sign the PURPLE form and return it prior to April 1, 2014. 
    If you have moved and need to update your address please attach a new proof of residency so it can be changed.  The proof can be a utility bill, lease/purchase agreement, or a valid driver’s license.  (the proof has to be in the parents name that is on the birth certificate or the Guardian with Guardianship paperwork)  Thanks for your help!
    If your student has misplaced the form please e-mail Angie Goemans at angela.goemans@husd.org.

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  • Boys and Girls State
    Congratulations to our WF Boys and Girls State Representatives!

    Boy’s State:  Marshall Thompson

    Girls State: 

    Delegate #1: Taylor Lambrigger

    Delegate #2: Rylee Flowers

    Alternates:  Kayla Ippolito and Carly Curtis 


    All of these students will attend a 7 day leadership conference in June, representing

    Williams Field. They will meet with Juniors from across the state and learn the responsibilities

    of citizenship and the impact of government In our everyday lives.


    Congratulations to all of our Representatives!

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  • WFHS Dance Auditions

    Intermediate, Advanced and Company Classes


    Wednesday, April 30th:  6:45am  

    Mandatory Company Student Meeting

    Location: WFHS Dance Room (609)

    -This meeting will be for students who are interested in company only.  Students will receive audition forms and discuss company requirements.  If you cannot attend this meeting, you must contact Mrs. Besch BEFORE April 30th.  Please do not be late!  Incoming freshmen or transfer students that cannot attend this meeting should email Mrs. Besch at megan.besch@husd.org.


    Thursday and Friday, May 1st and 2nd: 10:25-11:15

    Intermediate Auditions (During beginning dance class)

    Location: WFHS Dance Room (609)

    -These auditions are for current beginning dancers who would like to move up to intermediate dance.  If you are not a current beginning student, please attend the Advanced/Company auditions.  PLEASE DRESS IN ALL BLACK.


    Thursday, May 8th: 5:30-8pm and Saturday, May 10th: 11am-1pm

    Mandatory Company/Advanced Clinics

    Location: WFHS Gyms (600 Building)

    -These clinics are required to audition for advanced and company classes. Any students interested in intermediate dance who are not current beginning students may also attend. Students will learn a short dance and review skills to perform at Saturday’s auditions.  PLEASE DRESS IN ALL BLACK.


    Saturday, May 10th: 2:30-5:00 pm

    Mandatory Company/Advanced Auditions

    Location: WFHS Dance Room 609

    -This is the final audition where students will perform skills and the dances learned at clinics.


    -Students who do not audition will be placed in Beginning Dance 1-2.  Freshmen looking to be placed in any level other than beginning must attend this audition.                  


    Questions: Please contact Mrs. Besch at 480-279-8133 or by email at Megan.besch@husd.org.

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  • High School Summer School Registration Opens


    Registration is now open for Higley Unified School District’s 2014 High School Summer School. Registration is open to all incoming and current students. Classes will be held 7 a.m. to noon during two sessions at Higley High School. Each session will be for one-half credit. Cost is $170 per session.


    Session 1: May 27 through June 10 (Tuesday through Friday the first week, Monday through Thursday the rest of the session) Session 2: June 11 through June 26 (Monday through Thursday)


    To register, students will need payment as well as an approval code from a counselor.


    More information can be found here.

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  • Williams Field football coach Steve Campbell honored for positive impact on kids

    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.


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  • International Club - Now EF Tour

    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 mahony.eftours@gmail.com to learn about this opportunity to travel. This trip is sponsored solely by EF Tours and is not affiliated with WFHS or HUSD.

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  • Quarterback, Wide Receiver/Defensive Back Training
    Where: WFHS Stadium
    When: March 3,17,24,31, April 7, 14
    Time: 5:45 – 7:00 p.m.
    Click here for more information
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  • 2014 Grad Night

    Seniors, get ready for some magic in 2014! Your Parent Sponsored Grad night will be at Disneyland on 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. For more information and permission slips, use the Google search engine and type in "wfhsgradnight2014." Deadline to register is March 31.

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  • Free immunizations available

    Chaparral Elementary School will host a series of free immunization clinics by the Chandler Regional Medical Center over the next few months, giving parents an opportunity to immunize children with school vaccinations.
    The hospital’s Community Wellness Children’s Immunization Program aims to provide free immunizations to children 6 weeks to 18 years old.
    The next Chandler Regional Medical Center clinic at Chaparral, 3380 E. Frye Road, Gilbert, will be in the school’s cafeteria 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 14.
    More information about this federally–funded program is here.
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  • District Governing Board sets calendar for 2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016/17
    The Higley Unified School District board voted Tuesday to maintain the current school calendar configuration for the 2014/15 school year and move to a modified year-round calendar in 2015/16.

    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.

    The adopted calendar for 2015/16 includes a start date on July 27, 2015, and an end date on May 26, 2016, with two week fall, winter and spring breaks. The adopted calendar for the 2016/17 includes a start date on July 25, 2016, and an end date on May 25, 2017, with two week fall, winter and spring breaks.
    The board did ask that the standing calendar committee revisit the 2016/17 calendar to see if the end of the first semester can coincide with the start of winter break. 

    2014-2015 Calendar
    2015-2016 Calendar
    2016-2017 Calendar 

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  • Open enrollment 2014/15 applications available
    Families interested in submitting an open enrollment application for any of Higley’s eight elementary schools, two middle school and two high schools may do so now for the 2014/15 school year. Arizona law allows students to submit an open enrollment application to any public school. Families will be informed in early 2014 about placement in our schools. Open Enrollment Form.

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  • Tutoring Opportunities
    There is a Tutoring schedule now in place for our students looking for extra help or to simply get ahead in their studies. Tutoring is free and done by our teachers on campus. Refer to the Tutoring Schedule Quicklink to the right to see what is available. For questions contact the Counseling Department.

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  • Free Breakfast
    A free breakfast is available to students each morning in the school cafeteria. Students can take advantage of this opportunity to fuel their brains for learning. Please encourage your student to visit the cafeteria and see what's on the menu when they arrive to school. 

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  • Parental Communication: In an effort to help your child be more successful in class and as a part of our WFHS school community, I would like you to use the following parent tools:

    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.

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  • 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.



    Terri Wattawa


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  • Welcome to the Higley Unified School District. Classes began August 5th! We are currently accepting enrollments for all of our campuses.
    If you are new to our district and are ready to register your child for the 2013-14 school year, click here to find the Registration Packet appropriate for your child's grade level.
    Registration for all schools can be done at the campus your child will attend.
    District boundary maps for elementary, middle school and high school are located here. Please complete the registration forms and bring the completed forms, along with all appropriate documentation outlined below, to the home school during business hours.
    Here is a checklist with the documents you need to provide for registration:
    • Completed registration packet 
    • Birth certificate
    • Immunization record
    • Proof of Residency (contract on your house, rental or lease agreement, electric bill)
    • Driver's license
    • Authorization and the release of records
    If applicable, also provide records for the following: 
    • Withdrawal grades
    • Withdrawal slip from previous school
    • Unofficial transcript
    • Child Custody Court Documentation
    • Special education records
    • Discipline and attendance records
    • Lunch program application

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Welcome to the Williams Field High School website. We are a school of approximately 1600 students on a state-of-the-art campus that opened in August 2007. We are proud to be a part of 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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