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  • Wilson High School Student Newspaper- The Paw Print
    Click here to view the Wilson High School Student Newspaper, The Paw Print. 
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  • May Keystone Testing Schedule for Algebra I, Literature and Biology 

    May 16 & 17– Algebra I Exam

    • 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students who have taken Algebra 1 and not scored proficient or advanced on the Algebra I Keystone Exam are required to be at school at 7:33am to take the exam.
    • 12th grade students and any student who already scored proficient or advanced will not take the exam and therefore do not need report to school until the 10:00 am start time. If your child does not have transportation to come to school by 10:00 am, they should board buses as they normally do in the morning. A late bus will not run to bring students to school at 10:00 am.  Any student not required to take the exam that reports to school at 7:33am will have study hall in the auditorium until 9:53 am.

    May 18 & 19– Literature Exam

    • The entire 10th grade class will be required to report to school at 7:33 am.
    • Any 11th grade students who have not scored proficient or advanced on the Literature Keystone Exam are required to be at school at 7:33am to take the exam.
    • Any 11th grade students who have scored proficient or advanced, as well as all 9th and 12th grade students will not take the exam and, therefore, do not need to report to school until the 10:00 am start time. If your child does not have transportation to come to school by 10:00 am, they should board buses as they normally do in the morning. A late bus will not run to bring students to school at 10:00 am.  Any student not required to take the exam that reports to school at 7:33am will have study hall in the auditorium until 9:53 am.

    May 23 & 24– Biology Exam

    • 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students who are enrolled in Biology are required to be at school at 7:33am to take the exam.
    • 12th grade students and any 9th or 10th grade student not enrolled in biology will not take the exam and, therefore, do not need report to school until the 10:00 am start time. If your child does not have transportation to come to school by 10:00 am, they should board buses as they normally do in the morning. A late bus will not run to bring students to school at 10:00 am.  Any student not required to take the exam that reports to school at 7:33am will have study hall in the auditorium until 9:53 am.

    If you have any questions please contact of School Assessment Coordinator, Jeff Ebert at EbeJef@wilsonsd.org or 610-670-0180, ext. 4905.

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  • Attention Seniors: Important Graduation Information
     
    Graduation is rapidly approaching and the excitement is building in the high school.  To help you make the most of the next several weeks there are several pieces of information that is pertinent to review in order to make the most of your final days at Wilson.  The first is a letter from Mr. Arguelles, your class advisor, which outlines some of the many events that are coming up associated with graduation.  The next concerns information about the cap and gown party.  Finally, the third addresses scholarship acceptance and does require immediate review.  At your earliest convenience please review the documents with your parents or guardians.  If you have any questions please contact one of the high school offices or Mr. Arguelles in room D432.
     
     
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  • 2016 Wilson High School Summer School Program
     
    Wilson High School is excited to announce the 2016 Summer School Program.  Students have to the opportunity to recover credits not earned from the 2015-16 school year or  they are able to accelerate in a variety academic classes.  Please access the links below for information regarding course descriptions, dates and registration for both programs.
     
     

     

    Summer School Alternative Credit Form-Students will need to complete this form to request approval for Summer School Recovery completed at another school/location.  
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  • Wilson High School Honors Internship Program

    Wilson High School is proud to announce our Honors Internship Program for our junior and senior students beginning next school year. The purpose of the Honors Internship Program is to provide a practical introduction to the professional work environment through direct contact with professionals in the community. Students will participate in a workplace experience, in regularly scheduled meetings with the supervising teacher, and in semester presentations. Internships may be paid or unpaid. Internships can be tailored to the unique needs and interests of the learner. A learning agreement outlines the expectations of all parties: the student, parent, supervising teacher, employer, and school. For more information, click here.

    Here is Ellen Albright, Communications Director for the Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce speaking on Comcast's Newsmakers show about the Wilson Honors Internship Program:

     

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  • Is Your Family Planning a Trip in 2015 - 2016?
    Families with children who will be in grades 9 - 11 during the 2015 - 2016 school year should avoid planning family trips due to Keystone Exams (Algebra I, Biology, and Literature) on the following testing windows:
    • January 6 - 20, 2016
    • May 16 - 27, 2016
    Students that are enrolled in Algebra I, Biology (all 11th graders), CP/Honors English 10 (all 10th graders), and any students that have not previously passed any of the aforementioned Keystone Exams are required to be in school during the testing windows. Please schedule family outings around these dates so that all students will be able to participate in these required state assessments. Students are not permitted excused absences during these testing windows. The Wilson School District appreciates past efforts of families to support their children at home to ensure they are in attendance on testing dates. This has resulted in Wilson High School continually being successful on state assessments as required by the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law. Please complete the following form for all trip requests: Non-School Sponsored Trip Form
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  • Class of 2016 Picture
    Don't miss this opportunity to purchase a keepsake aerial portrait of the Class of 2016 and Gurski Stadium! Here is the link to purchase a Class of 2016 Aerial Portrait courtesy of VSN Photography.
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  • 2015-2016 Technology Fee

    All middle and high school students, except those who qualify for the national free and reduced lunch program, are asked to pay a $40.00 yearly technology fee. This fee has been posted to Family Access and can be paid using family access or by making a check made payable to the Wilson School District. All checks should have your child's name written on them and should be mailed to the building office attn: Building Technology Assistant. Parents may opt out of the fee and forgo the ability to take the Chromebook home. Please contact the HS Office with any questions.

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  • Student Resources & Forms 
    The student resources page on the High School website now contains a variety of digital forms that students can use to make appointments with their principals and school counselors.  In addition, students will be able to arrange locker repairs or request a locker location change. Students are encouraged to use the forms for their requests moving forward.
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  • Family Access Email Notifications How-To
    Click here to view instructions on how to set up Email Notifications in Skyward Family Access. You can opt-in to receiving attendance and/or grading email notifications.
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