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The Wilcox Scribe team has created a survey for seniors who would like to share a quote in the school newspaper. For those who are interested in completing the survey, please keep in mind that quotes must be school-appropriate. Quotes that are funny, witty, and/or meaningful are preferred.

 

Senior Survey

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WILCOX SCHOOL EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES CALENDAR

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All visitors must register at the office and obtain a pass before coming on campus. This includes parents and former students. Thank you for helping us make school safety a priority. 

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Attendance Reporting

Please call 408-423-2405
to report a student absence.
Complete absence reporting information can be found in the Wilcox Student/Parent Handbook.

News

5/18/18

To all girls interested in trying out for Volleyball this upcoming Fall 2018:

 

A few things to take note of importance:

  • Summer workouts/open gyms:
    • These sessions are completely voluntary
    • Starting June 19 (every Tuesday and Thursday) and will end on Thursday July 19.
    • Time is scheduled for 2:00 PM-3:30 PM in the main gym
    • Conditioning sessions will follow open gym Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30PM-4:30PM in the fitness room
    • Please wear athletic shoes and apparel for safety reasons. No low cut tank tops, no jean shorts, etc...
  • Schedule your physicals NOW! You WILL NOT be able to tryout until you have a physical on file. You can find these documents on School Loop
    • https://wilcox.schoolloop.com/cms/page_view?d=x&piid=&vpid=1360315694428
  • First day of tryouts will be Friday, August 3rd. Time is still TBD and a follow up School Loop post will be up soon. Check back for updates. Remember no physical = no trying out
  • For returning Wilcox students; if you do not have a 2.0 GPA at the end of the second semester for June 2018 you will not be eligible to play. Academic probation may be an option, however please refer to the “athlete packet” for further information in regards to the policies we have in place here at Wilcox.
    • Grades and points: A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, D = 1, F = 0 (divide total points earned by the number of classes you were enrolled in to calculate GPA)

Summer workouts are not mandatory, however highly suggested you try to attend as many as possible in order to increase your chance of making the team. Please keep in mind that even if you are able to attend every summer workout YOU WILL NOT BE guaranteed a spot on the either the JV or Varsity team. All freshmen trying out will be a part of the freshmen team unless asked to move up.

 

If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me. You can reach me at alujan@scusd.net during the summer.

Please forward this onto anyone who is interested in trying out.

 

Looking forward seeing you all soon,

 

Coach Lujan – Varsity

Coach Nuti – Junior Varstiy

 

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5/17/18

Come to Wilcox's 12th Annual Fashion Show at Mission City Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday May 25th at 7pm. This year’s theme is Starry Night and we’re hoping to dazzle you with our garments!

 

We invite you to stay for the after-show party in the lobby where CHAMPS will be serving Hors d'oeuvres and maybe purchase some Wilcox artwork too! We'll also have a selfie screen for you to take pics with the designers afterwards.

 

The cost is $3 for students, $5 adults.

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5/1/18

Dear South Bay Community Partners:

 

The Trades Orientation Program is now accepting applications for its Summer classes. These will be the last TOP classes available in 2018.

 

Please see the attached flyer for more information.

 

Community members can register for an information & application session at www.wpusa.org/top.

 

Individuals who are homeless, in transitional housing, CalFRESH recipients, or U.S. military veterans may be eligible for priority admission and additional supportive services.

 

There is no cost to students for this nationally certificated, 130-hour career training program.  Participants will learn what it takes to successfully apply to become a working apprentice in the trade of their choice, such as Carpenter, Electrician, HVACR Tech, Roofer, Pipefitter, Plasterer, Ironworker, Sheet Metal, and more.

 

General application sessions will be held on May 16th at 6 pm, May 18th at 10 am, or May 23rd at 10 am.

 

To reserve a spot for orientation, interested applicants can visit www.wpusa.org/top or call 408-809-2113.

 

If you have questions, or if you are interested in a presentation to your agency or community, please contact Louise Auerhahn at lauerhahn@wpusa.org.

 

This program is supported in part by the Santa Clara County Office of Supportive Housing, the CalFRESH Employment & Training Program, the California Apprenticeship Initiative, and by Prop. 39 pre-apprenticeship funding from the California Workforce Development Board.

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The Wilcox Scribe team has created a survey for seniors who would like to share a quote in the school newspaper. For those who are interested in completing the survey, please keep in mind that quotes must be school-appropriate. Quotes that are funny, witty, and/or meaningful are preferred.

 

Senior Survey

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4/24/18

Attention Wilcox Senior Parents!

The end of the year is almost here and we're planning a "Senior Send-Off" party on Saturday nite, June 2nd, for our graduating seniors.  It's one last get together  before their final farewell.  The nite will be filled with music,  dancing, casino and inflatable games, magic, a real hypnotist show, chocolate fountain, food, and more!    Each student will receive a pair of Wilcox pajama pants that they can wear to the party!

Senior Send-Off will be on Saturday, June 2nd from 9pm-1am at Wilcox High School.  (Doors open at 8:45pm and close at 9:15pm - no in/out privileges ) 

The cost is $20/student.  Financial Assistance is available.

Reservations can be made online with either a credit card or PayPal account at http://Wilcox.schoolloop.com/wilcoxsendoff

OR complete the form and return it with your payment to the “Senior Send-off” collection box in the ASB office.  Reservations are non-refundable.

Deadline is May 1st, 2018.

HEADS UP PARENTS:

We need Volunteers and Food and Prize Donations.   Sign-ups link coming this weekend.   If you a non-senior parent, consider volunteering for the event.  

If you have unused, new gift cards you want to donate, here's your chance or if you have a company with cool gadget giveaways, let us know!  

Got questions? email: wilcoxsendoff@gmail.com

Senior-Send-Off is in lieu of Grad Nite and is a Wilcox PTSA sponsored event.  It is not a Wilcox High School/Santa Clara Unified School District sponsored event.

 
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4/24/18

Dear Charger Families,

The Senior Send Off will be held on June 2nd.  You can lend your support in two ways!

1.) Volunteer to help the night of the event.  There are a variety of jobs to sign up for, from picking up food to chaperoning the event. Parents of any age student are welcome to help; however, we can only accept adult volunteers (no students). Sign up here!

2.) Donate gift cards (from $5-100 in value from a variety of vendors) or electronic gadgets (tablets, smart phones, smart watches, cameras, etc.)  Perhaps you work for a company that would be willing to donate something? Donate here!

Thank you in advance for supporting this safe and sober celebration for our graduating seniors!

Barbara Fritschen

PTSA/Senior Send Off Volunteer Chair

 

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