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    Senior News: Class of 2019
    Posted on 06/05/2019
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    Senior News: Class of 2019

    Latest news updates for Graduation:

    Senior Awards: On Thursday, May 30 at 7 p.m. we will recognize and honor the accomplishments of students in the Class of 2019 in the WSHS Theater, followed by a reception in the Commons.  All seniors, along with their families are welcome.  We hope that you can join us!


    • Fiscal announcement
      • Everyone needs to check the source to see if you have any fines
      • You can begin paying your fines in the fiscal office starting May 6th before school or during lunch
      • If you have a fine from another school you must pay that fine at that school
      • Turn in your textbooks to teachers as soon as you are finished with them and make sure your teacher scans them into the system
      • Late library books must be returned to the librarian and scanned in to have fines removed
      • The fiscal office is closed from 1-2 daily for Mrs. Dabek’s lunch hour and you cannot pay fines during that time
      • When paying you must have exact change or a check made out to WSHS.  No change will be made in the office.
    • Kimtah Yearbook Sales
      • $55
      • Purchase on SchoolPay, in the fiscal office with exact cash or check, or with Ms. Ferda
      • One of the largest senior sections ever in the yearbook
    • Senior Farewell June 12th
      • Senior Breakfast at 8:45 in the commons
      • Farewell assembly at 10:09 in the gym
        • Wear your college, work, or travel gear for the senior rundown
    • Day of Graduation
      • Mandatory Practice at the SWAC field starting at 10:30 am
      • Ceremony lineup at 7:20 pm in the Chief Sealth Gym
        • Do not bring any belongings with you.  You will walk to the ceremony from here
        • Leave purses, keys, grad night change of clothes with family or friends


      • Ceremony begins at 8 pm sharp
        • No tickets are needed. 
        • First come/ first serve for seating
        • No balloons are allowed inside of the stadium
        • We need representatives from the senior class to (you will vote on this)
          • Give the class speech
          • Sing the National Anthem
          • Perform (this is open to any type of performance)
        • You will also nominate a teacher to speak at your commencement
    • Grad Night
      • Price is $125
      • Get paperwork in the front office or outside of Ms. Ferda’s office
      • Return money and signed paperwork to the front office
    • After Graduation- tentative schedule
      • Friday June 14th: If you attend Grad Night this day will be an excused absence
      • Monday June 17th: Locker cleanout day
      • Tuesday/ Wednesday June 18th/19th: Still working out the details
        • Possible Alki cleanup and BBQ
        • If you know of any local organizations that would benefit from a volunteer project, please see Ms. Ferda ASAP
      • Thursday June 20th: Diploma pickup day on campus
        • If you would like to donate your cap and gown, please drop them off in the front office for students in future years
    • Prom
      • “Masquerade Ball”
      • Friday June 7th 8-11 pm Sodo Park
        • No entrance after 10 pm
      • Tickets will be $30 w/ ASB sticker, $35 without
        • Tickets include
          • Dessert Buffet
          • Drink bar
          • Unlimited Prints at Photobooth
          • GIF creator at Photobooth 
      • Those who win the nominations for Prom court will be voted upon at Prom
      • Masks must be removable for check-in purposes
      • Guest passes are due June 6th
        • No late passes
    • Prom Nominations
    • Senior Award Nominations
    • Graduation speaker/ performer Nominations


    GRADUATION PARTY opens a pdf file : Monday, June 10, 2019 @ 4PM is the last day grad party forms and money will be accepted. NO EXCEPTIONS!


    PARENTS!!  DON’T LET YOUR STUDENT MISS THIS FUN EVENT!  This is a tradition that our seniors consider to be one of the highlights of their high school years.  Statistically, graduation night has a high incidence of alcohol related car accidents. We want our seniors celebrating in a safe environment.