The weather forecast has forced Willamette High School’s graduation ceremony to be moved indoors.
The current forecast from the National Weather Service calls for a 70% chance of rain Friday with the possibility of thunderstorms, resulting in the difficult decision to hold the graduation ceremony in the Main Gym. We anticipate a full house.
- Doors will open at 5:45 with the ceremony staring at 6:30. Saving seats is not permitted in any of our venues.
- Limited Space: Due to the limited number of seats, only gold tickets will provide admission to the graduation ceremony in the Main Gym. Each graduating student has been provided 6 gold tickets. Please understand that unfortunately there can be no exceptions.
- Live Stream Viewing Parties: Many families are wisely considering viewing parties from the comfort of their homes or in satellite locations. The link for the live stream is:
- Willamette Live Stream Viewing: The ceremony will be broadcast via a live stream in Powers Auditorium and the West Gym. Only White tickets will gain admission to these two venues. You must have a white ticket to enter a streaming venue. Space is limited in these locations and as such, seats will be provided on a first come, first served basis. Saving seats is not permitted in any of our venues.
This will be the first time since 2012 that WHS seniors have held their graduation indoors. Historically, an indoor ceremony happens about every four or five years. Nevertheless, our previous graduates have shared with us that an indoor graduation provided a more intimate space for their commencement and that it was a memorable experience.
We are all looking forward to sharing in this opportunity to honor our seniors.
When: Thursday, June 1 @ 7:00 p.m.
What: Raising Healthy Teens/Tweens All parents and guardians of middle school students will benefit from this one hour investment:
- Take home usable tools and strategies for talking to your kids about drugs and alcohol
- Learn the trends among local teenagers
- Receive answers to your difficult questions from school and drug & alcohol counselors, law enforcement, and other professionals
Where: Lecture Hall (in the main office building at Willamette)
Presented by the Eugene Springfield Prevention Coalition and Bethel School District.
When: April 27th, 2017
Time: Starts at 6:00 P.M. with pizza & salad in the WHS cafeteria (free!)
What: Traditional Career, Jobs & College Fairs (with Breakout Sessions) begin at 6:30
Finish with a Cheesecake Dessert AND a drawing for one of four $500 scholarships!
List of confirmed presenters coming soon!
This is an important night, both for our students and their families. Please plan on making time for this exciting, fun, and informative evening.
Hello Willamette Community! We have a number of volunteer opportunities and projects available at Willamette High School: helping us connect with alumni, opening the gym during lunch, and volunteering for College and Career Center events, are three that are available now.
If you are interested in lending a hand–even just an hour a week!—we would love to have you. If interested, please contact our College and Career Coordinator Karen Wiant (Karen.Wiant@bethel.k12.or.us, 541.461.6401 extension 4172) or Assistant Principal Zachary Lauritzen (Zachary.Lauritzen@bethel.k12.or.us, 541.461.6401 extension 4045).
Thank you and go Wolverines!