Daily Bulletin

Thursday, November 15, 2018


Shepherd’s Pie

Steamed Green Beans

Homemade Snickerdoodle Bread


Senior Powder Puff shirts are in!! Pick them up at all 3 lunches. Please be at the field Monday night @ 6pm.


To all students who received a Global Glimpse nomination, there is a mandatory student & parental guardian meeting on November 20th at 6:00pm in the auditorium. Sign up outside Ms. Desmond’s rm. 327.


Please remember to bring in canned and frozen goods to earn your class points for Spirit Week! NHS will be collecting these goods every day this week and next week before school. Thank you in advance for your generosity.


Attention freshmen! There will be a meeting for pep rally Today, November 15th in rm. 328. Come with ideas to help decorate our class section and represent your Bomber Pride!!


Spirit Week: Remember you can earn points for your class by dressing up and bringing in a non-perishable food item, today is Time Travel Thursday. Tomorrow is Freedom Friday, so dress up in your greatest red, white and blue!!!


Homecoming is almost here! Tickets will be on sale at all 3 lunches until November 20th, they will also be sold at the door. This dance is for WHS students only.


Come support the Drama Club in their performance of “Break a Leg”. The show starts 7:30pm on Nov. 16th & 17th. Admission is $5.00 for students and $10.00 for adults. See you there! Tickets will also be sold at the door.


The Galaxy Magazine Club will meet after school Today, November 15th in rm. 105.


Attention Seniors! Senior photos for the yearbook are due today, November 15th.Please email the photo to Mrs. Pawul. If you have any questions please ask Mrs. Pawul or a yearbook member.


Have you seen the new space at the back of the library? We would like to name it!! The Library Club is sponsoring a Name the Library Café Contest. All names must be original. Get your entry form & competition rules in the Library. Deadline for submission is November 26th! First prize will be a $30 gift card to Barnes & Noble with runners up as well.


YEARBOOKS WILL BE SOLD DURING ALL THREE LUNCHES ! Yearbooks are on sale now for $70 - that price will go up in January... so ORDER YOURS IN SCHOOL OR ONLINE NOW!  Which cover color will YOU choose?  RED OR BLACK???



The following scholarships are now available in the Guidance Office:


The Horatio Alger Scholarship- This scholarship rewards students who possess the character to succeed in life and needs financial assistance to attend college.


Chicopee Savings Charitable Foundation- One applicant will received a $3,000 scholarship


Wendy's Heisman Scholarship- This award is given to senior athletes who excel in the classroom, on the field, and in the community.


National Co-Op Scholarship- a scholarship geared for the seniors who plan on attending one of the 9 partnered institutions of this co-op program.


The A.C.T. Student Champion Award Scholarship


Assumption College Light The Way Scholarship


New England Board of Higher Education Tuition Break Program


The Ann and Tony Odierna Community Service Award (for students in grades 9-12)


The University of Dayton Leadership in Service Scholarship


The University of Virginia Jefferson Scholars Foundation Scholarship


Henry David Thoreau Scholarship - for students interested in environmental studies


The Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund- for students with financial needs and display academic success, service to others, good character and leadership.


Norwich University "Take the Lead" Scholarship- for any student interested in attending Norwich University.


Filene's Music Scholarship Competition at Skidmore College-  for students interest in attending Skidmore college, who will major in music and/or liberal arts.


FIRE Free Speech Essay Contest-   High school juniors and seniors who have a strong belief in individual rights in education have an opportunity to submit an essay for up to $10,000.


Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship

Norwich University "Take the Lead" Scholarship

The Filene's Music Scholarship at Skidmore College


The Free Speech Essay Contest


Comcast Leaders & Achievers Scholarship


Massachusetts AFL - CIO Scholarship


American Legion Scholarship

Big Y Scholarship

Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship

Berkshire Bank Next Generation Scholarship



Please stop by the Guidance Office or visit the Scholarship Website for more information. 


Attention Seniors and Juniors

Anyone in the class of 2019 and 2020 who is interested in taking dual enrollment classes at Springfield Technical Community College and/or at Holyoke Community College, for free for the Spring of 2019 semester please see Mrs. Bean in room 113, ASAP--The deadline is December 1st.

Mrs. Bean will be staying after school Monday November 19th and November 26th, 27th, and 28th for anyone who needs assistance with applying for dual enrollment. Please see her in room 113….or email her at, for more information and to schedule an appointment.  There will also be information regarding dual enrollment with Westfield State, AIC and Elms.





The Massachusetts College Application Celebration (MCAC) is coming to Westfield High School from November 26th-30th. This is an instant acceptance week to select colleges. Please see your school counselor for additional information. Do not miss out on this awesome opportunity.





There will be a boys and girls ski team meeting on, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH IN ROOM 117 @ 5:00 PM,  please bring your completed physical forms to this meeting.  Dry land practices will be starting on Tuesday, November 27th @ 5:00 PM.  Anyone interested in returning or joining the Ski teams will need to be present at this meeting."


There will be an Indoor Track meeting in room 117 afterschool Today, November 15th.