2/28 Student Volunteer/Job Fair

STUDENT VOLUNTEER/JOB FAIR

2/28

4-7 PM

HIGH SCHOOL SOUTH COMMONS

Students – don’t miss this great opportunity to work or volunteer with local businesses.  The PTSA has organized over a dozen businesses to be in attendance. Under one roof, organizations will discuss opportunities with WWP High School students.

Below is some more information on the organizations that are looking for Volunteers.

 

Mccaffrey Receipts

MCCAFFREY RECEIPTS

TO BENEFIT POST PROM

Send in all your McCaffrey Receipts to help fund Post Prom.  All that needs to happen is that if you shop at McCaffreys, send your receipts in an envelope or Ziploc bag to the main office, marked PTSA Post Prom.  McCaffreys will donate back to our school for this awesome event.

Graduate Signs Now Available

SENIOR PARENTS

GRADUATE YARD SIGNS NOW AVAILABLE

$25 EACH

ORDER YOUR NORTHERN KNIGHT GRADUATE SIGN TODAY!

2/23 WWP Ice Hockey Booster Club

3/3 - 3/4 CATALYST SAT BOOTCAMP

CATALYST SAT BOOTCAMP

3/3 & 3/4

9AM – 1PM

The SAT and ACT are boring exams, but learning to ace them doesn’t have to be. At Catalyst, we take the actual SAT and  ACT every time they’re given, and we pass our expertise to students with patience, understanding ,and a welcome sprinkling of humor and creativity. 

Catalyst’s 2-day SAT and ACT Bootcamps arm students with go-to strategies for every question they’ll face on the day of the test so they can march into the test with confidence, momentum, and every key strategy fresh in their mind.

Tuition is just $175.  To enroll visit:  www.catalystprep.com and click on the Bootcamp Sign – Up tab on the website’s menu bar or call us at 800-235-0056.

This event is sponsored by the HSN PTSA and a portion of

The proceeds benefit North Students!

3/3 La Convivencia Event

La Convivencia

A Special Program for Students to Learn to Engage and Connect Across Race, Culture & Faith-“The Book Of Dialogue”

In these discussion, students will come together to discuss the principles of equality and mutual respect. They will learn about enraging in social justice and what needs to be done to implement these concepts in our society. At each meeting, students will write their own messages about what change they hope for in society. These messages will be compiled into “The Book of Dialogue”. 

When:  March 3rd  Time: 3:00-4:00 pm 

And: March 25th and April 15th   Time: 1:00-2:00 pm   Where: West Windsor Library

3/7 Parent Presentation

COLLEGE ADMISSIONS TRENDS

MARCH 7TH, 7PM

MEDIA CENTER

PRESENTED BY:  LEE MCDONALD – DIRECTOR OF GUIDANCE

Interested in knowing what colleges are looking for in admission applications?  Come see this very informative presentation by our Director of Guidance. 

3/11 La Convivencia Conference

La Convivencia Presents: Social Justice and Interfaith Leadership Conference 

Inspiring Speakers, Leadership Workshops, Features Youth Workshops and an Amazing Program!

When: Sunday, March 11, 2018 at 1:00-5:30 pm – Where: Princeton University’s Carl Fields Center, 58 Prospect Ave, Princeton, NJ

Dr. Ruha Benjamin, Princeton University professor will be the keynote speaker and Dr. Patricia Fernandez-Kelly, Princeton University professor will be our closing speaker.

Six exciting workshops to choose from and one workshop especially designed for youth. The descriptions are on the website: http://www.laconvivencia.org/conference.html

Please note, choose only ONE workshop from each time session.

Spaces are limited, so please register online at:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stand-up-together-the-power-of-we-tickets-42335644051?ref=enivtefor001

Kaplan Practice Test 2/3

Details here.

3/1 Job Fair for Students

Volunteering Committee of High School South and High School North PTSA invites you to the Annual….

Volunteer FAIR FOR STUDENTS

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017

From 4:00 to 7:00 PM

WWP High School South Commons

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The Volunteer Fair helps students connect with local community agencies offering volunteer opportunities. Students can find volunteer, advocacy, and service-learning opportunities that match their interests, major, and career goals. Agencies need students to work on issues such as education, poverty, hunger, homelessness, environment, youth, health and many more.

Here is just a sampling of the participating organizations:

West Windsor Plainsboro Community Center, One Simple Wish, Mercer Street Friends,  West Windsor Arts Council, A2Z Mentoring Program, West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance, Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association, March of Dimes and many more….

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