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A Dollar a Life!

From May 1-8, the Wilcox ASB will be accepting donations for the American Red Cross to send aide to survivors of the devastating earthquake that recently occurred in Nepal. Every dollar you donate helps to provide clean water, food, shelter, and sanitation to those struggling with this calamity. If every Wilcox student and staff member donated just $1 each, Wilcox could contribute more than $2000 to help. ASB will be collecting donations in the quad during lunch each of these days. Give a dollar, save a life!


 

Attention students who have NOT yet met the district technology requirement for graduation!

Are you proficient at word processing, using spreadsheets, presentation software and the Internet? Are you up-to-date with your units to graduate? Then you are eligible to take the Tech Literacy Test-out on Monday, May 11 or Tuesday, May 12 at 3:00 p.m. in room N103. Students who pass the test will meet the district technology requirement for graduation, however passing the test does not earn credits toward graduation.

 

Preregistration is required. Sign up online today at http://wilcox.schoolloop.com/techtestout_registration

Registration closes on at the end of school on May 8. If you miss the deadline, the next test won't be offered until December 2015!


 

Guys and Dolls

The Wilcox Stage Company Presents Guys and Dolls  May 7, 8, 15, and 16 @ 7 pm. Tickets are $6 for students and $10 for adults. Download a flyer for more information.


 

Vans Shoe Design Contest

Congratulations to the following students for helping Wilcox High School place in the Top 50 nationwide in the Vans Custom Culture Shoe Design Contest: Debbie Nguyen (9th grade), Yue Tong Tsen (9th grade), Joyce Huang Ooi (9th grade), and Noreen Hasan (12th grade).

The voting for the Vans Shoe design contest is now open! (Aril 24 - May 11)

Please support these artists and the Wilcox Art Department by going to http://vans.com/customculture/vote and voting for our school to make the Top 5 in the nation. Winning schools can win thousands of dollars for their art program. 

Vans only allows one vote per IP address and it seems that our entire school shares ONE IP address. The solution?  Vote from your smartphone or from a computer at home.

For more information about the contest go to vans.com/customculture or www.facebook.com/vanscustomculture.  ‚Äč

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Attention students who have NOT yet met the district technology requirement for graduation!
Are you proficient at word-processing, using spreadsheets, presentation software and the Internet? Are you up-to-date with your units to graduate? Then you are eligible to take the Tech Literacy Test-out on Monday, May 11 or Tuesday, May 12 at 3:0... Continue
Posted by: Mrs. Armstrong
Published: 4/30/15

A Dollar a Life!
From May 1-8, the Wilcox ASB will be accepting donations for the American Red Cross to send aide to survivors of the devastating earthquake that recently occurred in Nepal. Every dollar you donate helps to provide clean water, food, shel... Continue
Posted by: Mrs. Armstrong
Published: 4/29/15

CHEER TRYOUTS!
Cheer Tryouts begin Monday, May 11th - 5:00 pm (Theater Black Box).

Pick-up a tryout packet from the Wilcox Bookkeeper's Office or the ASB Office.  See attached flyer below for more information.  If you have any questions, please ... Continue
Posted by: Mrs. Bunny DeMera
Published: 4/24/15


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The District requires that school personnel take immediate steps to intervene when it is safe to do so and when he or she witnesses an act of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying.