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September 1 - Login to Skyward to view your schedule

September 7 - First Day of School

September 14 - Open House 5:30-7:30 p.m.

September 23 - Fire Drill

October 8 - No School

October 14-15 - No School - Conferences

October 21 - Earthquake Drill

November 11 - No School - Veterans Day

November 16 - Evacuation Relocation Drill

November 25-26 - No School - Thanksgiving Break

December 13 - Lockdown Drill

December 20-31 - No School - Winter Break

January 17 - No School - Martin Luther King Jr. Day

January 19 - Secure Room/Building Drill

February 21 - No School - Presidents Day

February 25 - Shelter in Place Drill

March 10-11 - No School - Conferences

March 15 - Fire Drill

April 4-8 - No School - Spring Break

April 13 - Evacuation Relocation Drill

May 23 - Medical Emergency Drill

May 30 - No School - Memorial Day

June 3 - Fire Drill

June 17 - Last Day of School


SEATech Health Science Students Volunteer

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SEATech Health Sciences students continue to shine 

SEATech Health Sciences students volunteered to work at the Christian Aid Center this week. The students made a spaghetti dinner and served over 90 for dinner. Tuesday, SEATech Health Sciences students hosted an all day competition. Students competed in activities aimed to help them be successful in the state written exam and performed skills with second year nursing students from Walla Walla Community College.

“I am so impressed with these students,” said Instructor Sandy Thomas, RN. “It is a great group of students with dedication and enthusiasm.”



SEATech students to help build Habitat for Humanity home

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Friday, October 26, 2018, SEATech students in Eric Matson’s Construction Technology class participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for a new Habitat for Humanity home being built on Carrie Ave. SEATech students will be involved in most all aspects of construction from start to finish.

Students in the SEATech Construction Technology course learn blueprint reading, carpentry, electrical systems, masonry and plumbing. Students also research and design both renewable and nonrenewable energy sources. Students in the program are eligible to earn college credits and/or industry certification.


Area businesses support Walla Walla High School College and Career Fair


Last week several Walla Walla Valley businesses and agencies participated in the Walla Walla High School Career and College Fair. These community leaders interacted with students to explain their business and discuss pathways for becoming a business owner. 

College and Career Coordinator Katharine Curles organized the event. She says it’s important to link students with more business and industry leaders. This provides opportunities for students to make connections as they transition from high school to their future plans, including the military, industry, apprenticeships and college.


Women Encouraged Toward Engineering

At Wa-Hi this week, 36 women students attended the Women in Engineering career exploration event. Guest speakers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Key Technology and WWCC shared why engineering studies and careers are good choices for women. Students were encouraged to take courses in science and math in high school and when the going gets tough in college classes, stay the course - the rewards are worth it!  Women are in high demand in the engineering workforce and currently only make up 20% of all engineers nationally. Engineering careers provide flexibility, high income earning potential, work that helps people and job opportunities around the globe.  
Photo left to right: Michelle Schmode WWCC Engineering Professor, Keziah Hampton WWCC engineering student, Margie McGill U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Sarah Paul Key Technology, Yvonne Gibbons U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.  

Students Serve the Community

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SEATech’s Health Career/Pre-Nursing students volunteered at the Walla Walla Christian Aid Center on January 31st, 2018.  The Pre- Nursing class prepared spaghetti, salad and  garlic bread.  Students washed pots and pans and  served at least 100 people in our community.  Pre-Nursing students also enjoy getting together and serving our community.  This event was one of many to come. What a great bunch of students!

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