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Monthly News Letter From
Principal Jendrysik

February/March 2019

 Fall 2018

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Cafeteria Serving Today

Nacho Tacos-Tortilla Chips

w/seasoned Beef & Cheese

Lettuce & Tomato, Sour Creaam, Salsa

Homemade Cornbread

Whole Kernel Corn

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors

Jr/ Sr Prom will be held May 23 at the Log Cabin. Ticket sales will begin April 1st. during all three lunches. Tickets purchased the week of April 1 - April 5 will be $55. Tickets purchased the week of April 8-12 will be $60. If planning to bring an outside guest, please stop my Guidance. Please make sure your class dues are up to date or you will not be able to purchase tickets. Any questions see the "Prom Lady Bosses", Ms Puleo, Ms Stopa, Ms Healy or Mrs. Asselin. =)

 

Attention Juniors

The Springfield National College Fair will be held on Monday, April 8 at the Big E Fairgrounds 6:30-8:30pm. Representatives from more than 200 two year, four year, nursing school, business schools and trade schools will be participating. For more information please visit the Career Center or see your school counselor.

 

Today’s Pro Patria meeting is postponed. New date and time to be determined. If you have any questions please see Ms. Biza or Mr. Ingraham.

 

“The 1st day of practice for Unified Track is Wednesday March 27th after school until 3:30.  Please be sure to register on Family ID."

 

Talent Show: The Talent Show will be held Wednesday, March 27th at 6:00pm in the auditorium. Entrance only costs $5.00! Come and support your peers!

 

Freshmen/Sophomore Semi:Freshmen and Sophomores Semi Formal is coming quickly! It will be held on Friday, April 12th from 7:00- 11:00pm at Shaker Farms Country Club. Tickets will be on sale for $35.00 from March 25th to April 5th, at all 3 lunches. Be sure not to miss out on the most exciting underclassmen event of the year!

 

Mr. Westfield: Sign – Ups for Mr. Westfield are now outside of the NHS room. Junior and Senior boys be sure to sign up by March 22nd. The competition will be held on Thursday, April 4th at 6:00pm in the auditorium. Tickets will be on sale during all 3 lunches from April 1st to April 4th for $3.00 and will be $5 at the door. See you there!

 

The Galaxy will meet after school on Thursday in the Library. See Ms. Alves or Ms. West with any questions.

 

Attention Students: Please come down and check out the box of lost and found items in the office. Items will be donated to the Community Closet if not claimed by March 22nd.

 

Attention Seniors: Luau tickets will be sold at all 3 lunches until Friday the 22nd, the day of the Luau. Tickets are $10.00. Pura Vida bracelets will also be sold for $5.00.

 

Reminder: Seniors turn in your cap & gown orders ASAP if you have not already done so.

 

At Westfield High School we PRIDE ourselves on the following values: Positivity, Respect, Integrity, Determination, and Excellence.  This week students will be recognized for showing and having integrity. Integrity is defined as the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles. What do you value? What will you stand up for?

 

Attention Juniors: Any student interested in learning more about careers in the fields of health, physical education, or recreation, please see Ms. Puleo in the school counseling office regarding a field trip to Springfield College early next month. Don’t miss out on this opportunity,space is limited.

 

Sports

 

Attention all Spring Athletes:  now is the time to sign up on Family ID for your sport.  Be sure to have a current physical on file in the Athletics' Office and that your concussion baseline testing is up to date.Concussion testing is done every day after school starting at 2:00 pm.  If you have any questions, stop down to the Athletics' Office, Room 123.

 

Career Center

Lincoln Tech visit is rescheduled for March 29th  please sign-up in the Career Center.

Lincoln Tech offers high-quality training in 5 career areas that include Automotive, Skilled Trades, Health Sciences, Culinary and Business/I.T. fields.

 

On Wednesday, April 10th from 10 am to 1 pm STCC will be having there annual Women in Business Conference (please sign up in the Career Center)

Looking to take free lifeguard certification classes please see Ms. Serrano in RM 110.

 

Guidance

The following scholarships are now available in the Guidance Office

 

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

 

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 Ann and Tony O’Dierna Community Service Award (for students in grades 9-12)

 

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

 

The Horace Smith Fund - Walter S. Barr Scholarship

 

The Horace Smith Fund - William R. Rooney Award

 

The CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars Scholarship

 

2019-2020 Holyoke Community College Foundation Scholarships

 

The 3 County Fair 2019 Scholarship

 

Jewish Endowment Foundation Common Fund Scholarship

 

The Rebekah Assembly of Massachusetts Memorial Scholarship

 

Hampton Ponds Association Scholarship

 

William Menard Memorial Golf Scholarship

 

Holyoke Credit Union Scholarship

 

Pioneer Valley Chapter Credit Union Scholarship

 

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