Daily Bulletin

Winslow High School Bulletin for Thursday, March 23, 2017

ATTENTION Students and Staff…. Popcorn Wednesday! Room 100 Big brown bag $2.00 Little red bag $1.00


ATTENTION Students …. Do not wait! Order your yearbooks now! $60 hardcover, $50 softcover, $15 ebook. Order with Mrs. Foster in room 115, or order online at whsyearbooks.picaboo.com. Order deadline is April 21, 2016, but do not put it off! Order now!


Scholarship: Seniors the Navajo Nation Johnson-O'Malley Scholarship Program is now accepting applications for its scholarship. Students must be a member of a federally recognized tribe, copy of CIB and have at least a 2.5 gpa or better. See Mrs. Brown for an application. Deadline is 4/28


Seniors The College Signing Day is fast approaching, April 27th!!! Please speak with Mrs. Brown regarding your plans for next fall!! The deadline to declare your commitment is April 10th. After that date you are not guaranteed a invitation to participate in College Signing Day for the Class of 2017! Remember you must show proof that you will be attending a post-secondary institution in the fall. See Mrs. Brown for more information.


Students: March 31 is Cesar Chavez Day. Go to the library and find out how you can participate and earn free snacks, books, prizes, and games!


Pursuing Victory With Honor Captain’s Council: Meeting Monday March 27th at 2:45 p.m. in the Library. Please be on time. Mrs. McLaws


First Priority Club: Prayer Club in room 115 every, Thursday after school. Help week, and yearbook picture taken. Please remember to bring your t-shirt money. EVERYONE WELCOME.


STUDENTS: Seniors who are of Navajo descent the Navajo Nation will be on campus 3/29 at 9 am to discuss the scholarship opportunities that they have available. This is late arrival Wednesday. Please sign up in the counseling office! Mrs. Brown


ATTENTION! ATTENTION! The time has finally come! Prom tickets will be on sale beginning Monday, March 6th in the front office! You do NOT want to miss out on this ENCHANTED evening, or on our introductory price! Tickets are $25 single and $40 per couple. This price is only good until March 31st. Beginning April 1st, prices will go up to $35 single and $50 per couple!


ATTENTION Students …. Just a reminder, if you plan on taking an guest to the prom you must pick a form from the office. DEADLINE IS APRIL 19TH. YOU MUST HAVE A CURRENT SCHOOL ID.


STUDENTS: Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is now accepting applications from Native American students for their 2017 residence program. This is a week long program, the purpose is to provide traditional knowledge, perspective and insights to existing curricula from across the nation. Interested students should will need to submit an application by April 1st. For more information please see Mrs. Brown in the Career Center room 110


SCHOLARSHIP: Seniors the American Fire Sprinkler Assoc. Scholarship Program is now accepting online scholarship applications. Students must be enrolling at a post-secondary institution in the fall. To apply visit http://www.afsascholarship.org Deadline is April 7th, 2017


SCHOLARSHIP: Seniors the K. Hunter Goff Bankruptcy/Consumer Rights Scholarship is now accepting online applications. Students must be attending a college by the fall of 2017 and have at least a 3.0 gpa and pursuing a law-related degree. Deadline is July 31, 2017 http://khgpa.com/#scholarship-application


Seniors: StudentScholarships.org newest scholarships: You Deserve It Scholarships due 9/29 Scholastic Art and Writing Scholarship due 9/30 Caption Scholarship due 11/30 10 Words or Less due 12/1 Points Scholarship due 12/15 Got a Spine due 6/2 Global Lift Equipment Scholarship due 6/15 Lift Parts Express Scholarship due 6/30


Seniors: StudentScholarships.org newest scholarships: You Deserve It Scholarships due 9/29 Scholastic Art and Writing Scholarship due 9/30 Caption Scholarship due 11/30 10 Words or Less due 12/1 Points Scholarship due 12/15 Got a Spine due 6/2 Global Lift Equipment Scholarship due 6/15 Lift Parts Express Scholarship due 6/30


SCHOLARSHIP: Big Sun Scholarship is now accepting applications from all student athletes, regardless of which sport they participate in, students must be high school senior and currently involved in some sport at their high school. http://www.bigsunathletics.com deadline is June 17th


Seniors - Still not sure what you are going to do after graduation?? AmeriCorps NCCC is a network of hundreds of different programs. Students who are interested in taking a no-cost gap year to: travel, complete 3-5 different types of service projects in different places, live and work with a team full-time for 10 months and receive free food, housing, transportation and other benefits, might be a great fit for AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps. For more information see Mrs. Brown in room 110 deadline to apply for summer 2017 is April 1, 2017


Juniors : the Fleischer Scholars program is now accepting applications for the W.P. Carey School of Business summer program. This program takes place on the ASU campus during the 2017 summer. It is a free program. Deadline 4/30/2017 http://wpcarey.asu.edu


STUDENTS: Duke University Summer Session for High School Students is now accepting applications for its summer program. Deadline is April 15th for more information visit http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students


SCHOLARSHIP: NPC is now accepting applications for the NPC Presidents Scholarship. Seniors must graduate from a Navajo or Apache County high school with a 3.5 gpa and enroll full-time. Deadline is 4/7/2017. npc.edu click on scholarships and financial aid


STUDENTS: AZ:Health Careers Institute for High School Students is now accepting applications from students who are interested in pursuing a career in the health fields. This is a FREE program. Deadline is May 1st http://www.midwestern.edu/AZHealthCareersInstitute


STUDENTS: U of A's College of Science is now accepting applications for the Biosphere 2 Science Academy. This is a one or two week long science academies at Biosphere 2. This is a unique opportunity to explore and learn within one of the largest, cutting edge environmental science research laboratories. For more information and to apply visit http://b2science.org/outreach/sciacademy Acceptance is based on a first come, first serve basis.


SCHOLARSHIP: The Dell Scholars Program is now accepting applications from graduating seniors. The application is online at http://www.dellscholars.org Deadline is April 10th, 2017


SCHOLARSHIP: Tuite Law DUI Accident Scholarship is now accepting applications from high school seniors. Applicant must have been affected by a DUI and does not necessarily need to be majoring in law. To apply visit http://tuitelaw.com/rockfor-illinois-dui-accident-lawyer/#scholarship Deadline is May 31, 2017


Attention Seniors! High school seniors who have at least a 2.5 gpa and will be pursuing a degree in agriculture may be eligible for the Mattie Cowan Scholarship. For more information go to http://arizonacowbelles.org deadine is April 15th


Cobell Scholarship is now accepting applications from Native American and Alaska Native seniors who will be attending a college, university or technical school in the fall. For more information visit cobellscholar.org deadline is 3/31


Scholarship: Native American Seniors are you planning on pursuing a career in the medical field? The Winslow Indian Health Care Center is offering a Health Scholarship. For more information and to pick up a scholarship see Mrs. Brown. Deadline is 4/21


Scholarship: Juniors the Fleischer Scholars Program is now accepting applications for the W.P. Carey School of Business. This program offers a great opportunity to learn about college life, entrepreneurship and business. The program takes place at the ASU Temps campus and it is FREE, includes housing, meals and materials. Deadline is 4/30 http://wpcarey.asu.edu


Scholarship: FFA Scholarships are available to youth pursuing careers in agriculture. Information and applications are available at http://www.ffa.org/participate/scholarships


STUDENTS: Saturday Scrubs is a once a month Saturday event. This is a FREE program designed to encourage and inspire high school students to explore their interest in health care professions. You must register ahead of time for each event. http://phoenixmed.arizona.edu/scrubs


President's Scholarship- merit award scholarship. Scholarship covers tuition, fees and books for all 4 semesters at NPC, deadline is 4/7 and is worth $2200! See Mrs. Brown for more information.


SCHOLARSHIP: Odenza Marketing Group Scholarship is now accepting applications from students between the ages of 16 and 25, submit answers to the essay questions and have at least a 2.5 gpa. https://www.studentscholarships.org deadline is 3/30


SCHOLARSHIP: American Legion Legacy Scholarship is now accepting applications from seniors who have parents, grandparents, great-grandparents or legal guardian who have served our country in the military since 9/11. http://www.legion.org deadline is 4/1


Scholarship: Union Plus Scholarship Program is now accepting applications from seniors whose parent belongs to a union, student must be accepted into a post-secondary school, parent must be in good standing with the union. Examples of unions: UTU, AEA, BLE ask your parents if they belong to a union at work!! http://www.unionplus.org/college-education-financing/scholarships deadline is 1/31


SCHOLARSHIP: Students with Epilepsy Scholarship is now accepting applications from seniors who either have epilepsy or is living with a family member who has epilepsy. Students must be planning on attending a post-secondary institution in the fall. For more information http://www.ucbepilepsyscholarship.com deadline is March 10th


Scholarship: University of Arizona Summer Engineering Academy is open to students 9-12 grade who have interest in areas of engineering. Students should express a strong interest in Math and science. There is a $650 fee. For more information http://www.engineering.arizona.edu click on K-12 in the red banner. Deadline is 5/1


SCHOLARSHIP: AIEA Arizona Indian Education Fund is offering scholarships to American Indian youth who demonstrate exemplary academic achievement, and leadership. Students must have at least a 2.0 and be enrolled in a federally recognized Indian Nation. http://www.aiefprogram.org deadline is 4/1


SCHOLARSHIP: The James R. Hoffa Memorial Scholarship Fund is now accepting applications from high school seniors who are a son/daughter/grandchild of a active, retired, disabled, deceased or laid off Teamster. For more information log onto http://www.teamster.org deadline is 3/31


SCHOLARSHIPS: High school seniors, current college students, or graduate level students attending schools anywhere in the U.S. can apply. The general application process begins in January each year and students are advised to apply early to qualify for the most awards. Some award deadlines begin in February and some deadlines are as late as May. Scholarships are available for two-year and four-year colleges and universities as well as technical and vocational schools. www.azfoundation.org


STUDENTS: Students Boston University is offering a variety of summer opportunities for students in grades 9-12. Students will have the opportunity to live on campus and experience residential life. If you are interested in learning more about this program see Mrs. Brown in the Career Center room 110


Seniors: The Rebecca Ann Barris Scholarship is now available. Students must have at least a 3.0 gpa or higher. Deadline is March 31st. See Mrs. Brown for an application.


STUDENTS: The American Legion Boys State of Arizona is looking for 11th grade boys who are interested in our government and how it works. Students must demonstrate self-discipline, be active in extra-curricular activities, and be a positive role model. Please see Mrs. Brown for an application. Deadline is 4/10


Scholarship: Plaintiff Relief is a nationwide scholarship for high school seniors who will be attending a post-secondary institution in the fall. This is a $1000 scholarship. Students must demonstrate academic achievement, leadership, participate in community service activities and demonstrate financial need. Deadline is May 1st. http://plaintiffrelief.com/ scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on scholarship application.


Scholarship: Seniors NPC Friends and Family Winslow Centennial Scholarship is now available to apply too. Two scholarships worth $250 each will be awarded to a member of the class of 2017 for the fall of 2017. Students must enroll in at least 6 credits, have a 2.5 high school gpa, have earned their diploma and in good academic standing. See Mrs. Brown for an application deadline is June 12, 2017


Scholarship: 2017 Northern Arizona Healthcare Foundation Scholarship is now accepting applications from seniors who will be pursuing a career in the healthcare field. See Mrs. Brown for an application. Deadline is March 24th


STUDENTS: Rising Juniors and Seniors are you interested in fast-tracking and earning college credits thru ASU over the summer? If so, the Collegiate Scholars Academy Summer 2017 is now accepting applications. Students can choose to stay on campus or live off. Some of the available classes are Psychology, Sociology, Spanish and Math courses. For more information eoss.asu.edu/collegiate-academy. Deadline is March 31st


STUDENTS: The American Legion Boys State of Arizona is now accepting applications from boys who are in the 11th grade. Students will participate in practical government courses designed to develop a working knowledge of the structure of state and local government. Deadline is 4/10 See Mrs. Brown for an application.


STUDENTS: Students are you interested in a career in broadcasting or journalism? ASU Walter Cronkite School of Journalism is offering 3 different journalism experiences over the summer, if you are interested in more information please visit cronkite.asu.edu/outreach/high-school-institute


Scholarship: Seniors are you planning on attending the Institute of American Indian Arts in Sante Fe? The IAIA will be hosting a summer bridge program just for incoming freshmen The program is 4 weeks and it is FREE! Students will stay on campus and earn college credits. For more information see Mrs. Brown or http://www.iaia.edu There is no deadline, first come, first served.


Students: in grades 10-12 ASU Inspire is a FREE 7 day residential, college readiness program for American Indian students from tribal nations in Arizona. The program runs June 18-24, 2017 at ASU. It is open to students entering grades 10-12 in the fall of 2017 Deadline to register is April 1, 2017 universitycollege.asu.edu/inspire


Calling all cosmo students!! Great Clips is now accepting applications for the Great Scholarship Program. If you are or will be pursuing a career in cosmetology and attending cosmo school in the fall visit greatclipscareers.com/scholarships deadline is March 31st!!


Scholarship: NPC Friends and Family Winslow Centennial Scholarship will be awarding 2 $250 scholarships. 2017 graduating seniors who will be attending NPC in the fall are eligible. Deadline is 6/12/2017 See Mrs. Brown for an application.


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