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Seniors

Senior Class Contacts

Sponsor:

Tiffany Odom
todom1@escambia.k12.fl.us

 

Co-Sponsor:

Laura Rainey
lrainey@escambia.k12.fl.us

 

Guidance Counselor: 

A thru G--Ieasha Ridgeway 
850-941-6225, ext. 2175

 

H thru O--Tammy Connors
850-941-6225, ext. 2130

 

P thru Z-- Marvetta Nesbitt
850-941-6225, ext. 2140  

Schlolarship Information

Scholarship Information

Scholarship information is located in the Guidance Department and on the school website.  Contact a Guidance Counselor for assistance.

Red Ribbon Week is October 23 - 30

Red Ribbon Week is October 23 - 30

Dress Up Days - Oct 23 - 27

  • Monday - Peace Out to Drugs (Hippie)
  • Tuesday - Team Up Against Drugs (sports)
  • Wednesday - Lei Off Drugs (Tropical)
  • Thursday - Sock It To Drugs (crazy socks)
  •  Friday - Everyone wears RED

Senior Flyer--feeling overwhelmed?

Seniors,

 

Please see this flyer.

Lunch Rotations for the 2nd Nine Weeks

A - Bldgs 5, 26, & Health Classes

B - Bldgs 1, 8, Giles, Driver's Ed, & Spanish Portables

C - Bldg 3 (minus Health Classes)

D - Bldgs 9, 18, 25, & Krostag

 

2nd 9-weeks duty rosters are attached

 

New rotations begin on Tuesday, October 10th

Yearbook Baby Ads

 

Attention Senior Parents: Baby Ad Space is officially on sale for the 2018 yearbook. Prices start at just $50. Look for the flyer coming home through English classes or on the school website. Please contact Mrs. Brand at kbrand@ecsd.me with any questions.

 

Please see this flyer for more information.



ECSD Announces New Mobile App for Families and Friends

Download the ECSD Families App Today!

 

Escambia County School District announced a new way for students’ families to access information from a smart phone with the NEW ECSD Families App. The primary purpose for the ECSD Families App to make the Focus Parent Portal information system easily available and portable, as well as put District news and announcements right in your hand. The secondary goal is to make ECSD news more easily available to everyone interested in ECSD information, such as the calendar of events and sports.

 

Any parent, or guardian, who hasn’t already established a Focus Parent Portal account will find instructions on the opening tab of the App.
Everyone will be able to use the settings in the App to pick which ECSD news-feeds they want to see on their phone.

 

Available in the Apple App Store or on the Google Play store for Android phones, the ECSD Families App is free.

Parents: Has your address and/or phone number changed?

The Escambia County School District arranges transportation and other services by referring to the address on file at your child's school.  

 

Please help us maintain accurate and timely service for your child and ensure we are able to contact you in the event of an emergency by keeping your address and phone number current at your child's school.

 

Contact the Main Office/Front Office of your child's school to make the necessary changes as soon as possible.

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Senior Bulletin 2018

Class of 2018

 

All of you are excited about your senior year and graduation, as well you should be.  This is a tremendous milestone.  You are to be congratulated on your accomplishment.

 

This bulletin will alert everyone to key dates, activities, rules, regulations, etc., associated with your senior year and graduation. 

 

Senior Class Officers:           President:  Kyerra Hall

                                                Vice President:  Christopher Childs

                                                Secretary:  Abby Humphreys           

                                                Treasurer:  Reagan Whiteaker

 

Senior Class Google Classroom: 71zehsf

This website will be used to post information about scholarships, testing dates, class meetings, etc.  

 

 

Senior Class Contacts:

 

Sponsor:        Tiffany Odom      todom1@escambia.k12.fl.us

Co Sponsor       Laura Rainey  lrainey@escambia.k12.fl.us   

Guidance Counselor: 

A thru G        Ieasha Ridgeway        941-6225, ext. 2175

H thru O        Tammy Connors         941-6225, ext. 2130

P thru Z         Marvetta Nesbitt         941-6225, ext. 2140 

 

Senior Dues:

 

Senior dues for the 2017-2018 school year will be $40.00. After November 9, there will be a late fee of $10.00 added, for a total amount due of $50.00. This money will be used to pay for senior activities during the year, including senior field day, senior graduation breakfast, etc.  All seniors paying dues will receive the following special privileges:

                       

  • Entry into all varsity home games free (includes football, baseball, soccer, softball, volleyball, lacrosse, and basketball). Seniors must present IDs for entry.
  • Eating lunch outside in designated area on west side of cafeteria.  If the designated area is not kept clean, however, this privilege will be revoked.  Participating seniors must keep the area clean and dispose of all trash in proper receptacles. Participating seniors must remain in the designated area on the west side of the cafeteria at all times and must be in possession of their senior IDs.
  • Participate in Senior Snack Attacks (make crowns for pep rallies while snacking)
  • Participate in Senior Field Day (Grilling, bounce houses, DJ, field games, etc.)
  • Senior Badge

 

Senior dues may be paid before school, after school, or during break to Mrs. Odom in building 3, room 336A.

 

 

Miscellaneous Costs:

 

Being a senior is an expensive time.  Some of the upcoming costs seniors may incur are:

 

                        Senior Dues                             $40.00* - $50.00

Senior pictures            $75.00 - $500.00

                        Graduation announcements    $50.00 - $250.00

                        Yearbook                                $55.00* - $80.00

                        Cap and gown                         $60.00 rental, prices increase after end of April

                        Senior dues                             $50.00

                        Panoramic picture                   $20.00-$50.00

                        Club fees                                 $10.00 - $40.00

                        National Honor Society          $5.00 - $10.00

                        Project graduation tickets       $15.00 - $40.00

                        Commencement picture          $20.00 - $50.00

                        Senior Trip                              $400.00 - $500.00

 

*Senior Due price of $40 will increase after November 9, 2017

*Yearbook price of $55 will increase after December 1, 2017          

 

These are very rough estimates.  The total costs will be determined by the activities participated in or items purchased.

 

Graduation Announcements

On October 25, 2017, a Herff Jones representative will distribute ordering information for graduation announcements, caps, and gowns. Each student will receive a packet. Students who are not on campus the day of the meeting should see Mrs. Odom the next day to receive their packets. Herff Jones representatives will return to campus October 31, 2017, and be on campus from 10am-2pm to process orders. A deposit amount will be given at a later date.

 

Yearbooks

The number of yearbooks ordered will not include extras; therefore, you should buy when the sale is conducted. Yearbooks will be on sale online at www.jimowen.com

*Seniors who have paid their dues can buy yearbooks at the reduced rate until December 1. See Mrs. Brand for details.

 

Project Graduation 2018

Project Grad 2018 will be held at the Corry Station Rec Center. A great variety of activities and food will be available. Some of these include, but are not limited to, bowling alley, pool, gym, movie room, video games, etc. The first 50 students to sign up will receive a discount price of $15 (non-refundable). After the first 50 students, the price will increase to $30 and after 100 students it will increase to $40. This activity fee can be paid at any point throughout the school year; however, the final deadline is April 2, 2018. NAS/Corry Station requires an activity form signed by student/parent. The forms can be picked up from Mrs. Odom—a completed form is required when depositing the activity fee.

 

Scholarship Information

 

Scholarship information is located in the Guidance Department and on the school web site.  Contact your guidance counselor for assistance.

 

           

Important Upcoming Dates

 

 

Aug 8-Nov 9,          Senior dues may be paid before or after school in Mrs. Odom’s room, Building 3, Room 336A

 

Aug 8-April 2         Project grad money AND required form can be paid before/after school in Mrs. Odom’s room

 

August 23                 Senior Snack Attack– decorating crowns, snacks, and drinks. Only those with paid senior dues are allowed to attend (3:15-5pm)

 

August 28                 Senior Portrait Make-ups (See Mrs. Brand for more info)                 

 

August 29                  High School Open House for parent/guardians 6pm

 

September 13             Senior Snack Attack (3:15-5pm)

 

September 15             Homecoming Pep Rally

 

September 16             Homecoming Dance

 

September 19/20        Fall Portraits (See Mrs. Brand for more info)

 

October 2-13             Senior class shirt and hoodie sale                

 

Mid-October             Deposits for Senior Trip ($100). Trip will take place mid-April. More info to come.

 

October 25                 Seniors receive graduation announcements, cap and gown information

 

October 25                 Senior Snack Attack (3:15-5pm)

 

October 24-27            Seniors will vote online for class Song, Motto and Flower      

                                                                 

October 31                Order announcements, caps and gowns at school 10am-2pm

 

November 9               Last day to pay Senior Dues before an increase to $50.00

 

November 20-24        Fall Break

 

December 12 - 15      Exams (13th – 15th early release days)

 

Dec 18 - Jan 2            Winter break

 

January 3                    Students return for 2nd semester

 

January 15                  MLK Holiday

 

January 25                  Cap and Gown Portraits (See Mrs. Brand for more info)                  

 

March 2018                Announcements will be delivered to the school.  Balance must be paid in order to pick up

                                   announcements. 

     

March 17                    Prom

 

March 26-30              Spring Break

 

 

April 2                        Last day to submit Project Grad money AND required permission form

 

April 27                       Senior Field Day, periods 5-7. You must present your senior ID card as your ticket to

participate in the senior field day activities.  Non-participation in field day requires seniors to be               present in their regularly scheduled class.

       

May 11                                 Current senior books and fines must be paid by the end of the day.

If all obligations are not cleared, then the senior will pick up his/her diploma at school after graduation at a time designated by administration.  Failure to clear obligations to the school and district will not prohibit you from receiving your diploma, but it will prevent you from participating in the graduation exercises.   

 

May 11, 14-16             Senior Exams

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                                    Attention Seniors and Senior Parents-----Please note the start time for all activities listed below.  This includes the senior breakfast (seated in the gym 7:45 a.m.) and graduation practice (seated in the gym at 12:45 p.m.).   Late students will not be admitted.  Both the senior breakfast and graduation practice are mandatory and required to participate in the ceremony at the Bay Center.   

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May 15                        Baccalaureate Service, 6:00 P.M. at Calvary Baptist Church (optional)

            Students participating need to arrive at 5:30 p.m. for arrangement to march in.                                  

            Location: 6824 Pine Forest Rd, Pensacola, FL 32526

                                    Seniors wear cap and gowns to this service.

 

May 17      Senior Breakfast 8:00 A.M. Location: WFHS cafeteria.  All students must be seated in the gym by at 7:45 a.m. Seniors will be given  instructions pertaining to graduation as well as information about Bright Futures, senior honors, transcripts, and FLVS/EVA/Compass completion.  Please be on time.  Attendance is mandatory.  Working students, let your employer know now.   

 

May 21       Senior Honors Night – Mrs. Nesbitt, Coordinator - 6:00 p.m. in the WFHS gymnasium

Those seniors being recognized wear their caps and gowns during the program. All seniors and their parents are invited to attend.

 

May 22       Graduation practice at WFHS - 1:00 p.m. All students must be seated in the gym by 12:45 p.m.  Practice is mandatory. Seniors must practice to participate in the graduation exercises.  Remember, this is a privilege and not a right.  If you choose not to practice, you choose not to march.  No excuses—work is not a valid excuse for missing graduation practice.  Let your employer know you will not be available to work May 22, 2018.  Practice is at 1:00 p.m. until released.  Parents, please help to get your senior here for this important time.

Graduation speeches will be rehearsed immediately following practice. If you do not rehearse your speech at this time, you forfeit your place in the program. Parents, please

re-inforce this with your student.

 

 

May 24       GRADUATION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 2:30 @ Pensacola Bay Center (All students must be present at the Bay Center at 1:30 p.m.)   Students who arrive late or improperly dressed will not be permitted on the floor. They will be required to join their families in the stands. 

 

May 24                       Project Graduation, Corry Station Rec Center (see specific info on page 3)

 

Senior Class Officers

Senior Class

President:  Kyerra Hall

Vice-President:  Christopher Childs

Secretary:  Abby Humphreys

Treasurer:  Raegan Whiteaker

Calendar Changes!

November 1 will be an EVEN day.

November 17 will change back to an ODD day.

Senior Information Night

Senior Information Night


Please see the attached PowerPoint from the Senior Information Night by the Guidance Department.

 

Also, here is the contact information if you need assistance with the FAFSA Application:

Free FAFSA Application assistance is provided by Obi Kalu, Student Services Specialist with Trio is available to assist parents with the Financial Aid process and her information is below.  

 

Obi Kalu, MPH
Student Services Specialist
TRIO--Educational Opportunity Center (EOC)
Free FAFSA Application Assistance
PSC-Warrington Campus (850-484-2357)
E-mail: okalu@pensacolastate.edu