When: Thursday, April 27, 2017, 6:00-8:00 pm
If you are especially interested in exploring career options, you will meet a variety of community professionals who can share upcoming job opportunities. You can also have your resume reviewed and practice your interviewing skills.
You can explore college options and learn about a variety of available scholarships. Representatives from Oregon colleges and Universities as well as representatives from outside of our state will be attending to share information about colleges.
There will be a drawing to win a $500 Scholarship!
The evening agenda includes:
6:00 Pizza Dinner for students and families (cafeteria)
6:30 Program Begins (cafeteria)
Dessert and Scholarship Drawings at 8:00 pm.
This is a community event, students from all over Lane County are invited to attend. For more information, please visit Willamette’s College and Career Center Website.
Willamette is excited to welcome the graduating class of 2021 to our community! Please mark these important dates to your calendars.
On March 7th and 9th our middle school teachers will be escorting current 8th grade classes to WHS for a welcoming orientation. During this orientation students will get to meet some of the Wolverine staff, learn how to request specific classes for the freshman year and receive a campus tour led by Willamette Leadership students.
On March 21st there will be an evening orientation for all incoming students and their families. The first session will start in Powers Auditorium at 5:30pm and the second session will start at 7:00pm. Both orientation sessions will be the same. Please attend the session that best fits your schedule.
We look forward to meeting with you and introducing you to Willamette High School. If you should have any questions about orientation or any other aspect of freshman life at WHS, please give us a call. Starting high school is an exciting benchmark in young people’s lives and we are excited to embark upon this journey with you!
Four of the students cooked while one managed them. Taylor Woolet, 14, was the team manager. She kept track of the time and helped alert each of the cooks to problems and solutions. The team was judged on how well it worked together as well as food presentation, taste, texture and temperature.
In 60 minutes, Ty Van Lith, 18, Dylan Cunningham, 17, Parker Hansen, 17, and Jared Ralls-Clark, 18, prepared handmade ravioli filled with shiitake mushrooms, white button mushroom ricotta cheese filling, quail egg yolks, carrots and hazelnuts in a brown butter sauce. The entrée featured lightly seared coho salmon with pan-fried roasted root vegetables, butternut squash puree and citrus beurre blanc.
Dessert was a French almond cake called a financier. The cake was filled with caramel sauce, apple compote and cranberry coulis and had a white chocolate design and spun sugar hazelnut glaze.
What a wondrous display of teamwork and perseverance our team brought to the competition. Bravo!
Hello Wolverines, remember that school will be in session on Monday, February 20th. Please view the updated calendar online. We look forward to seeing all students in class on Monday, February 20th at 8:00 am.
Students, Parents and Guardians,
Semester two schedules are still being revised as we incorporate the impact of semester one final grades and then adjust for class sizes. Student schedules will be finalized and available online Monday morning (February 13). A hard copy of schedules will be available for pick up in the cafeteria at 7:30 am on Monday.