Willamette’s old front office building is coming down quickly. Take a look at video from the first day of demolition Thursday.
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Your old computers, phones, TVs, electronics, household and other reusable items can now find a new home at Willamette High School’s 5th annual free Recycling Round-Up.
Bring your household items to Willamette on this Saturday, April 19th from 8:00 to 2:00.
Willamette has been named the winner of Oregon’s Sustainable School Award and this community event is one reason why.
For more information contact teacher David Novak at Willamette, 541-689-0731.
There’s no turning back now. Ground breaking has taken place for the new Willamette Science building, and demolition on the old front office building is about to begin.
It will become a point of pride for the community and create a landmark entrance to the Willamette campus.
Not only will it be the first LEED certified K-12 building in the Willamette Valley, the new Science building will include state of the art classrooms, a horseshoe-shaped lecture hall, and a rooftop 40KW array of solar panels. Phase 2 of the project will replace the current science classrooms with a new front office.
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Musicians in the Willamette Jazz Band are feeling like high rollers after taking first place at the prestigious Reno Jazz Festival.
Wil-Hi was competing against other schools from throughout the west coast with enrollment of 1000-1600.
The WHS Jazz Band impressed the judges to claim first place honors at the 53rd annual event, which is described as a showcase for some of the country’s most promising and talented middle school, high school and college-age musicians.
The Willamette band also had opportunities to take part in workshops and attend concerts, all of which was well-deserved after fund-raising all school year for this rewarding trip.