School Announcements

  • High School Modified A/B Block Schedule

    So what exactly is a "Modified A/B Block High School Schedule?" This video gives a great overall explanation of what that looks like. Our high schools will have this schedule when the 2020-2021 school year begins. So, if you're a high school student in our district, or you're a parent/guardian of a new or returning high school student, then please take some time to check this out!

    PLEASE NOTE: This schedule is based on a traditional day with normal school hours. Should the ongoing pandemic force alternate plans to be put into place to start the upcoming school year, then those plans will be addressed at the appropriate time.

    High School Modified A/B Block Schedule Video

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  • Graduation Ceremony Announcement

    Due to continued widespread concerns involving COVID-19, and unknown long-term safe health and well-being activities that would be permitted, Wilson County Schools has postponed previously scheduled graduation ceremonies until further notice.

    This decision was a very difficult one to make, but it is the most responsible course of action at this time. For our schools that were scheduled to have graduation ceremonies at the Murphy Center on the campus of MTSU, we want to mention that other graduation ceremonies, including MTSU’s spring commencement in May has also been postponed. Graduation ceremonies are a time of celebration.

    The current pandemic guidelines and trends in place would make it practically impossible to plan and honor our seniors the way we’d hoped in May. Individuals and their families’ health and safety was the first priority in making this decision. Our timeframe for releasing information on new ceremony dates and locations is unknown at this time. That information will be based entirely on safe health guidance issued at the national and state levels. We will honor our seniors for their graduation achievements at a later date.

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  • Explore Online Learning Options

    Please continue to explore online learning options that are available on our district’s website. The direct links to those learning resources, which can be accessed through any desktop or mobile device, are below.

    High School - https://link.zixcentral.com/u/cc149d36/SJZIa9xy6hGNN_Ivh3soMg?u=https%3A%2F%2Fsites.google.com%2Fwilsonk12tn.us%2Fwilson-county-digital-resource%2Fhigh-school-resources%3Fauthuser%3D0

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  • Registering for 2020-2021

    When registering for 20-21 courses make sure you have 8 credits.  These are the 0.5 credits courses offered next school year.

    ACT Prep

    African American History

    Contemporary Issues

    Creative Writing

    Government

    Economics

    Mythology

    Personal Finance

    Physical Education 1

    Psychology

    Senior Seminar

    Sociology

    Tennessee History

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  • WHS Program of studies for 2020-2021

    Please click here to view the WHS Course Catalog for 2020-2021

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  • Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Student Council Officers:

     President:  Sydney Murrell

    Vice President:  Lenora Upchurch

    Secretary: Kassidy Parisher

    Treasurer: Will Poston

    Public Relations: Jade Hunter

    School Board Liaison: Donna Evins

    Assistant to the Advisor:  Dawson Campbell

     

    Senior Class Officers:

    Brianna Allison

    Ali Conrad

    Ruthie Fripp

    Emma Gunlock

    Bryar Hight

    Skye Lawrence

     

    Junior Class Officers:

    Brookelyn Davis

    Hailey Davis

    Natralie Fountain

    Raeann Green

    Faith Johnson

    Grace Powell

     

    Sophomore Class Officers:

    Morgan Brown

    Kailei Davis

    Kailey Harvey

    Abby Parkerson

    Ian Parsons

    Grace Riddle

    Alie Tunks

     

    Freshmen Class Officers:

    Molly Burress

    Bekka Fripp

    Cassidy Koch

    Bethany Luttrell

    Chloe Poston

    Kaitlyn Trusty

     

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  • Purchase a WHS Brick and Help Support Future Graduates

    Help show your support by having your name added in the Purple Tiger Passage of WHS. A personalized brick inscribed with your name or that of a relative or friend will become a permanent fixture in the rotunda walls of WHS.

    Funds raised by the sale of these bricks will be used to support Watertown's High School Endowment Scholarship Fund for future Watertown High School graduates each school year.

    For more information please use the link WHS Brick Scholarship

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