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|Upper Classmen Electives||SCHOOL SITE COUNCIL AGENDA
Monday, May 20th, 2013
Location: WHS Library
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Mr. Watson volunteered to be duct taped to the cafeteria wall as a fundraiser for the WHS Invisible Children Club.
Invisible Children is a non governmental organization dedicated to assisting victims of war crimes in East Africa committed by Joseph Kony and the Lords Resistance Army and bringing the perpetrators to justice.
The event raised $125 for the cause. During the seven years of its existence, the WHS club has raised approximately $10,000 in support of this group.
At the 2013 FIRST Robotics Competition in Boston, the WHS Robotics Team #2423 "The KwarQs" received an Award called "Innovation in Control" for the design of their control board. And they also made it to the Quarter Finals.
WHS Contact Information
50 Columbia Street,
Watertown MA 02472
7:30 AM - 3:00 PM
School in Session
7:55 AM - 2:30 PM
The mission of Watertown High School is to produce lifelong learners through examination of human achievements, development of essential skills, and promotion of civic responsibility and ethics. We are committed to a rigorous curriculum designed to foster students' growth as creative and independent thinkers. We will provide a safe and nurturing environment in which students and faculty have the opportunity to realize their potential.