Attention all rising Juniors and Seniors: Students will not be able to purchase a parking pass or off campus lunch pass for next year if they owe any fines or have any overdue books. All fines must be paid and all books must be returned before leaving school in June.
Are you a friendly person? Love meeting new people? Then you would make a great Student Ambassador! If you are interested in being a Wakefield Student Ambassador for the 2105-16 school year, please see Ms. Toborowsky Tuesday morning, May 26th for an application.
Permission forms for all students, including seniors, to leave school after exam periods have ended are now available on the school's website. You must bring a signed permission form each day you wish to leave after exams. Without a signed permission form, you will be expected to remain at school until 2:18 p.m.
Reminder to students and staff: This week is your last chance to sign up for the Catchin' Fireflies 5K and be guaranteed a t-shirt. Go to Room 316 and talk to Mrs. Riedel for more details. The race takes place on Friday, May 29th at 8 pm, and the cost is $20 with the discount code "wakestudent". Register by Friday and get an added sweet treat. Stop by Room 316 on Friday for a homemade chocolate chip cookie (whether you registered this week or before). Catchin' Fireflies is sweet and participating means you get a treat!
Parking spots are non-transferrable. If a former student has given you their hang tag and you are parking in their spot, you are parking illegally and will be booted or towed. All students must purchase a parking spot and submit the required paperwork. The parking application can be found in the front office or downloaded from the WHS website. There is absolutely no parking for students in the back of the building. Students found parking in the back are also subject to booting or towing without warning. These rules are in place for security reasons and for your protection and must be adhered to per WCPSS.
What started out as a stress reliever soon turned into a full time hobby for Assistant Principal Melissa Thomas. The Rock-and-Roll half marathon was not the first or last marathon that Thomas will be participating in. “There was a lot of stress