Home

School Info

Directory

Courses & Programs

Athletics

News & Activities

Guidance

Search Our Site

WAHI Campus


Equity Outreach Hotline: (509) 526-6787   |   Special Education/504 Hotline: (509) 526-6770   |   Hotline hours: Mon-Fri - 8am-7pm

 
 

WA-HI News

It is that time of year again! Winter Wish Week is upon us!
The ASB class has been working hard to plan events at Wa-Hi this year and this is a huge one! As you may know, Winter Wish Week is a big part of Wa-Hi. Every year at Conspiracy of Hope, we fundraise money in order to have the opportunity to purchase gifts for students during the winter! These wishes vary from flowers, school supplies, Wa-Hi gear, shoes, and clothing, to very personal requests, such as grocery funds, gas money, etc. 
Although we are in distance learning, we are excited to say that Winter Wish will still go on! We currently have over 100 submissions and we anticipate receiving more throughout the next couple of weeks.  
If you are a Wa-Hi staff or student and would like to submit a wish, please do so by following this link: 
(English) WISH CARD - 
(Spanish) TARJETA DE DESEOS - 

- Ms. Marilyn Melgoza (ASB Advisor) 

Bắn cá đổi thưởng 3dNational Honor Society seniors in the Class of 2021 sponsored a coat drive for WWPS elementary grade school students. They set a goal of receiving 100 coats and received 96. Students made signs, solicited drop-off locations (Northwest Grain Growers, Staples, The Market by Andy's, Shari's Cafe and Pies, and the WaHi Commons for the two-week period. The challenge for this year's service project was to find an event that would allow all 47 seniors to participate in while still promoting social distancing, health and safety. Member Haeli Johnson got her church involved, while other seniors sustained a social media campaign. The NHS Coat Drive was chaired by members: Anthony McKeirnan, Emilee Henderson, Grady Lemma and Sydney Patton. Pictured above is Issaih Perez who volunteered for bin-delivery to a site.

Congratulations to the GO BLUE students of September! This month, eight students were selected by their teachers as GO BLUE students. Nominated students were recognized for the exceptional examples they provide as model students, especially during this challenging time with Distance Learning. Below are what they believe are the reasons they were chosen.

Freshman
Kaitlyn Flinders was nominated by Mrs. Pemberton who says, " Even with distance learning she hasn't let that stop her from doing her best from asking questions and being a positive role model, she keeps her camera on with a smile. "

Bắn cá đổi thưởng 3dHayden Hughes believes Mrs. Millett nominated him. "He is a leader in class, he's really understanding, and he epitomizes excellence. He uses both the synchronous morning time and the asynchronous time afterwards to get help with many assignments. " She also said " He's got a very infectious positive attitude even when he finds something that might be a little bit difficult. I really appreciate having him in class. " Hayden was surprised as he just moved her from North Carolina.

Sophomores
Bắn cá đổi thưởng 3dAntonio Corona guessed Ms. Korslund as his nominator: " He's so committed to maintaining regular communication with staff. He's working very hard to get assignments turned in on time, and he's passing all his classes. I'm so proud because he told me he set a goal for himself to be more independent, and working hard to get good grades this year. " "It was a surprise, I wasn't really expecting it,” says Antonio.

Clayton Johnson guessed Mrs. Payne who says “He’s o n time, engaged, and does a great job on assignments. He provides feedback to me when glitches occur during distance learning. He does it in a polite, considerate way, and I really appreciate this. I really see a genuine interest to learn, even over Zoom. What a great student. " Clayton said, "It caught me by surprise ... and I'm thankful you guys put this on to encourage more students."

Juniors
Bắn cá đổi thưởng 3dJalen Alvarado Bouchey believes Ms. Ceron nominated him. She said " Jalen, talk about Mr. positive attitude everyday, he's very helpful, he is stand up on his schoolwork. He's really good at advocating for himself. And you continue everyday to be a positive role model for all the students in the class. " Jalen is really “proud of what I have accomplished and cannot wait to get back into school and do more work."

Bắn cá đổi thưởng 3dTanner Corn guessed Mr. Eggers as the teacher who nominated him. " Tanner has done just a great job all year long pursuing success and education even during trying times. Not only is he in class everyday but he comes to office hours to ask for help and complete any and all work! " said Mr. Eggers.

Bắn cá đổi thưởng 3d"I'm surprised and happy, out of the three or four nominations I've had last year I'm kinda surprised that this year is the year that I finally get to get students of the month."

Seniors
Caitlin Carvalho guessed Mrs. Tucker as the teacher who nominated her for student of the month. Mrs. Tucker said, " You are just awesome, you are everyday your awesome self! I appreciate having you in (class). " Another staff member, Mrs. Luhan said "It was just awesome to hear about your accomplishments and your interests in highschool and beyond ... any college would be lucky to have you! " Caitlin says "I feel very thankful and Madam Tucker is like my biggest supporter.”

Joseph Terry was nominated by Mrs. Wagner who says he makes zoom calls " a little bit more bearable. " And that he represents a great example as a positive student who contributes to Zoom calls. Joe says "I feel happy about it, and uh, just excited to get back to school in person.”

You can find the link for a list of all nominees here.

Written by Katherine Wilson
Bắn cá đổi thưởng 3dWa-Hi Journal Staff Writer

Bắn cá đổi thưởng 3dWe are so proud of Melito Ramirez, Intervention Specialist, who has been announced as the "2020 Classified Employee of the Year" by Washington state’s top education organization, Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

The Science building will be finished this summer and site work continues across the campus. Visit the Bond Update website for more updates. 

Walla Walla High School

800 Abbott Road 
Walla Walla, WA 99362 
Ph) 509-527-3020
Fx) 509-527-3034

Safety Tipline: 855-976-8772

Policies & Procedures

Stay Connected (District)