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Upcoming Events
   Maryland College Application Campaign Week
   Oct 24 2016
   PTSA - College Night!
   Oct 24 2016 at 05:00 PM
   MCAC College Casual Day
   Oct 25 2016
   Make-up Pictures in Auditorium
   Oct 26 2016
   Salisbury University Onsite Interviews & Admissions
   Oct 27 2016
   MCAC Senior Event (3rd period)
   Oct 28 2016
   Prom Steering Committee Meeting (7th per, Media Ctr)
   Oct 28 2016 at 02:00 PM
Welcome to Wicomico High
As “One Tribe,” we will challenge ourselves daily to reach our greatest potential by demonstrating respect, responsibility and integrity in our academics and behaviors.


Good Evening Wi- Hi Parents!

Wicomico High School student progress reports will be going home today due to the school closing on Friday.  When you get a free moment, take a look at the Family Portal.  The Family Portal is an online program that provides information to parents, guardians and students on grades, assignments, attendance, and other details.  To use the Family Portal to www.wcboe.org and follow the online prompts and remember to write down your student password for future use.  Please feel free to call our guidance counselors if you should have any questions regarding student grades.

If you haven’t had a chance to check out our website and/or Facebook page take a minute to do so, we promise you that you will be glad you did.  Also please make sure you “Like” our Facebook page so it will pop up in your daily newsfeed keeping you updated with all of the wonderful events taking place with your student at Wicomico High School.   

  • On Wednesday, October 19th, all high school students in grade 10 and some students in grade 9 and 11 will be taking the PSAT.  High School students taking the PSAT will ride their A.M. bus as usual.  Students who are not scheduled to take the PSAT will need to be picked up on a second bus run 3 hours later than the normal time and taken to Wi-Hi. Those buses will arrive at 10:45am and classes will begin at 11:15am.  No Atex or morning CTE on October 19th.
  • With PSAT test day is coming up it is important for students know that the PSAT:
  • It is time for us to GO PINK in preparation for our Crucial Catch game on Thursday, October 20th.  We have our T-shirt fundraiser in an effort to raise funds for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure.  All orders and payment are due by October 10th.   We are offering short sleeve shirts $12, long sleeved $15, hoodies $25.  Call 410-677-5146 for more information. 
  • As part of our #Strive for 5 campaign, Wi-Hi administration wants to share with you that our PBIS team is starting up monthly lessons for the school year.  The first topic is attendance to go along with our #strive for 5 campaign.  Students will have a 15 minute lesson during their 4th period class.  With all of us together showing interest in their school activities, shows the student that we want them to do well at school.  Together we can set good examples for school attendance.  As always, if you should have any questions regarding your student (s) attendance please feel free to call the attendance secretary. Several attendance tips can be find on our website if you go to http://wihi.wcboe.org/ and click on “For Parents” to open the link. We want all students to #Strive for 5 or fewer absences this school year at Wi Hi.
  • Free and Reduced Lunch Forms are due to the front office this week.  You can also go online to http://wihi.wcboe.org/and click on “For Parents” for a safe and secure online Free & Reduced Lunch Application.  Please processes your application as soon as possible. 
  • Please make sure students follow our Acceptable Use of Technology Policy for cell phone and earbud/earphone use while attending Wicomico High School.  Students may carry cell phones and use them before/after school, Students may silently use cell phones in hallways or lockers (earbuds/earphones are acceptable), Students may silently use cell phones in the cafeteria during meals (earbuds/earphones are acceptable), Classroom teacher must follow Wicomico County guidelines for cell phone use, and Wi Hi will continue to enforce the silent use of cell phones in the hallways/breezeways during class change.   Go to http://whihi.wcboe.org/ for more information regarding our Acceptable Use of Technology Policy.  Click on “For Parents.”
  • Please make a notation for the following student pick up and dismissal guidelines:  The parent/guardian must sign in and show valid identification; Emergency contacts may only pick up a student for an emergency issue; All parents/guardians please provide a letter when requesting a student be dismissed or picked up early.   Students may bring a signed parent/guardian note with a contact phone number at the start of the school day to receive a general use slip for early dismissal.
  • Please consider joining the “Tribe After School” program.  The program incorporates tutoring and academic enrichment activities that support student achievement in the classroom.  We will provide a meal in our café prior to the start of the after school program and limited transportation will be provided.
  • Homecoming game and dance will be on Saturday, October 8th.  In order to attend homecoming/prom please follow the dance criteria guidelines listed in your handbook.  Tickets will go on Sale September 22nd – October 5th.  $20 Single & $30 couple. Our most recent Wi-Hi incentive for students will be a $5.00 discount on their Homecoming ticket for all students who meet the dance criteria and have 5 days or less in absences this school year.

Seniors please take note the following information:

  • Cap & gown orders are due to Jostens.  Go to Jostens.com to place your order.  Jostens will be at Wi-H on October 18thand October 19th for orders.  Get in on the early low, low price.
  • Seniors sign up to retake the SAT by October 7th for the November 5th test.  Free & Reduced lunch students can take the SAT 2 times for free. 

Thank you and have a great evening tribe members!!

Student Insurance: https://www.kandkinsurance.com/stes/k12voluntary/pages/home.aspx
School Website: http://wihi.wcboe.org/


Mission Statement: 
Wicomico High School is committed to ensuring that all students learn at high levels.  We pledge to break down the traditional walls of isolation and instead work collaboratively and collectively to fulfill our purpose.  We pledge to focus on actual evidence of student learning to improve our individual and collective practice and better meet the needs of our individual students.  As a faculty, we will challenge ourselves daily to implement actionable steps to fulfill our purpose.  We will create a personalized, safe, inclusive, nurturing environment with caring adults who understand and appreciate the unique characteristics of each individual student.  As “ONE TRIBE” we pledge to promote respect, responsibility, and integrity throughout our community.  Wicomico High School will serve as the anchor of the community, ensuring that all students are college, career and workplace ready.  We have and will continue to serve as a launching pad for a lifetime of student success.
  • Learning is the primary focus of our school.  We strive to instill the value of lifelong learning throughout our school community.
  • Using a variety of instructional approaches and strategies facilitates meaningful learning.
  • Giving all students opportunities to succeed and actively engaging them in the learning process are essential.
  • Providing appropriate support services for all students is vital to their success.
  • Every stakeholder (students, staff, parents and community members) shares in the responsibility of advancing our school’s mission and in taking part in the continuous improvement process.
  • Mutual respect and positive relationships within all facets of the school community promote a cooperative atmosphere conducive to learning.
  • Promoting an understanding of cultural diversity among all stakeholders is vital to school success.
  • Establishing open and ongoing lines of communication among all stakeholders is critical to continuous improvement.
  • Teaching and learning are enhanced by providing a safe, secure and disciplined environment
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