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Wednesday January 29th we will be hosting our 2020-2021 AP/Honors Night Information Session
Come find out all about our awesome Dual Enrollment classes, Honors courses, and AP Courses we offer on our campus. Hear what the expectations are in order to be successful in these courses. Find out what classes are the best fit for you child. Teachers in all departments will be on hand to discuss curriculum and answer any questions you may have. The presentation starts at 5:30pm in the Williams Field Auditorium. See you there!
Also on January 29th we are hosting Step Up Night 6:30 -8:00 p.m. in the WFHS Auditorium/Main Gym/Cafeteria. This is a parent night for parents/guardians of incoming WFHS freshman. Come and see what Williams Field can offer your student. The presentation begins promptly at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium and then will proceed to the gym. We will be showcasing our AP and Honors classes, clubs, sports, and CTE programs. We hope to see you all there!
Hanging With the Hawks
January 31, 2020, 9:00 – 1:30 p.m. - Freshman Orientation
Cooley Middle School 8th graders will be bused to campus as we share the opportunities and excellence that WFHS has to offer! This event will include pre-registration information, 2020-2021 WFHS course offerings, and how to register for courses. Student presentations from our various arts programs. This event will also include a WFHS Black Hawk Nation tour, information about WFHS athletic opportunities and upcoming camps, student extra-curricular activities, and a club fair that will highlight some of the many opportunities for students to get involved.
8th graders not attending an HUSD school but would like to attend this event please contact Jean Gregus via email to: email@example.com to get on the list to attend.
Registration is now open for summer school
Summer school will be available for credit recovery or acceleration (P.E.) in June 2020. Credit recovery courses are available for incoming sophomores through seniors. The P.E. course is open to incoming freshmen through seniors. Students wishing to take a high school course must meet with their current counselor prior to registering.
The District will also offering Math Boost courses for incoming 7th and 9th grade students. The courses are for students who are looking for extra support in middle school math and Algebra I before next school year.
For more information on summer school, visit www.husd.org/summerschool
WFHS Registration Information
Registration for next year has begun! We are meeting with students through their English classes to help them register for classes. We started on Monday and plan to finish by the end of next week. Students were given a sheet to fill out that listed the courses that they selected. You are required to review and sign and the student is to return this to their English teacher by the specified date, see below.
You also need to log into either ParentVUE or StudentVUE and lock your child’s classes in. You can also change their selections if you would like. There are some changes that can only be made in the counseling office so if you are unable to make the change there is a section on the form to list questions and changes. If your child is planning on taking and AP or Honors course you need to also sign an AP/Honors Agreement Form. We will be meeting once again with each student in February to do a final review of classes, make necessary changes, collect AP/Honors Agreement forms, and lock them in. If you know that your child is behind in credits and needs to take a summer school class, paperwork for that will be available in April.
English teacher DUE DATES for forms:
Ms. Dodd, Mrs. Mollenkopf, Mr. Jenkins, Mrs. Brewer, Mrs. Blair – DUE JANUARY 29th
Save the date: 2020/2021 Information Night
Families of students planning to attend Williams Field High School next school year are invited to participate in our upcoming information night. Tour the campus, learn about electives and honor classes, discover athletics, activities and more. These events are planned specifically for new students, unless noted. We look forward to seeing you there.Wednesday, January 29, 20205:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. AP/Honors (current & future students)6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Step Up Night
Higley online registration process
Higley Unified School District is launching a new online registration process. This system allows families to complete all registration and/or open enrollment forms and add photographed or scanned documentation (including proof of residency and birth certificates). Users can save the document in process, step away, and return when they have gathered everything that is needed.
The system is now accepting current year registrations, including kindergarten. Click here to get started. Families will be prompted to use a ParentVUE log-in or create a new ParentVUE account.
Families will be contacted on a business day within 48 hours. A list of frequently asked can be found here. If you have further questions, please contact your school.
Online registration for the 2020/2021 school year is anticipated to be open in January.
ParentVue is the HUSD portal to student grades and attendance history. Higley’s 6th grade, middle school and high school parents use ParentVue for course request approvals for the upcoming school year.
The Higley District is adding new features to the system. Beginning in January 2020, ParentVue can be used to submit new student registration forms and submit open enrollment forms. Families will use ParentVue in Spring 2020 to complete re-enrollment forms.
Families that have not activated their ParentVue accounts, but have an e-mail on file with the district, will soon receive an e-mail from ParentVue inviting them to activate their ParentVue accounts. Directions will be provided in the email to access to this communication tool.
Open enrollment forms available
Families that wish to open enroll their student/s into a campus other than their neighborhood school may submit an open enrollment application for the 2020-2021 school year. Applications can be downloaded from the Higley website and submitted to the campus of choice. Space may be limited.
Families currently open enrolled on a campus do not need to submit an application if they plan to stay at that site.
✔ FAFSA Challenge Website! Have you visited the FAFSA Challenge website yet? It has helpful resources like how to create a FSA ID and FAFSA training webinars.
✔ FAFSA Errors? We’ve created this resource sheet to help you identify and solve common FAFSA completion problem areas.
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2019 National Gold Council of Excellence
The Williams Field High School Student Council is one of only two schools in Arizona being recognized as a 2019 National Gold Council of Excellence. We congratulate our most excellent Student Council Black Hawks.