Wednesday, January 23, 2019

    Absent Note due: 1/17/19 


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    “Black” Day

    Counseling & Career:

    Seniors!!! The 2019 Community and School Scholarships and Awards Booklet has been posted to the William Tennent Web-Site.  Part 1, which is Request for Applications, is due February 8.  See Ms. Bielawski in the College and Career Center (Room B201) for additional information. 

    Seniors!!!  The Bucks County Links Scholarship due date has been extended until February 4.  See Naviance for additional details.

    Seniors!!!  Check out the newest Scholarships in Naviance.  The Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship, The Dream US Scholarship, the 2019 Senior Spanish Language Achievement Scholarship, and the Finer Woman Scholarship.  Remember keep an eye on due dates. 

    Seniors!!!  Just a reminder!!!  Keep checking Naviance for new Scholarships that are being added. 

    Junior Girls!!! Are you interested in state and local government?  Then check out a program being offered by the American Legion, "Keystone Girls State".  This is a one-week program offered this summer at Shippensburg University.  See Ms. Bielawski in the College and Career Center (Room B201) for additional information. 

    Drexel University and the University of Pennsylvania present PHILLY MATERIALS Science and Engineering Day on Saturday, February 2 from 10 AM until 3 PM.  The event is free and open to the public at The Bossone Research Center of Drexel University.  Go to www.phillymaterials.org for additional information. 

    Do you wish everyone would sit at the same table?  The Princeton Prize in Race Relations recognize high school students who help improve race relations in their schools or communities.  Apply by January 31 at www.princeton.edu/pprize.  Winners of the Princeton Prize receive $1,000 and an all-expenses-paid trip to Princeton University to attend the Princeton Prize Symposium on Race. 

    Juniors and Seniors!  Are you interested in your Irish Heritage and letting people know what it means to you?  Then check out The Miss Irish of Bucks County Essay Contest.  Go to Naviance or see Ms. Bielawski in the College and Career Center (Room B201) for additional information.  

    Sophomores and Juniors!  It is time to start thinking about College.  Please sign-up thru Naviance to meet with an Admissions Representative from Indiana University of Pennsylvania on February 21 at 9:15 AM.  See Ms. Bielawski in the College and Career Center (Room B207) for additional information. 


    William Tennent Wrestling came in a 3rd Place finish and a 7th place finish with a featured newspaper write up on the Team. First time for WT to be asked to attend this extremely difficult highly prestigious tournament. AJ Tamburrino # 7 @ 145, sprained his ankle in the second round and had to medically default match to #13  ranked wrestler (CRS). He fought back through 5 consolations matches  to place 3rd. Beat #2 seed, & #9 seed ( Chambersburg ). TJ England # 10 @ 120, lost to #1 seed ( Ohio ) in quarters and fought back to place 7th. Anthony Colella # 7 @ 132 ,lost at round of 16  and lost at condsi round of 8 #2 to ( MVP of NJ )

    The Ski & Snowboard Club is selling navy long sleeve shirts for $15 and white hoodies for $21. Please see a ski & snowboard club member or Ms. Konell if you'd like to purchase one. Payment is due Tuesday, Jan. 29.

    Anyone interested in joining and participating in Boy's or Girl's Spring Track this season, there will be a very brief organizational meeting on Monday, January 28th, in the auditorium at 2:30p.m.

    The next Ski & Snowboard Club trip is Tuesday, Jan. 29 to Bear Creek. If you have not paid for the trip yet, please get your money into Ms. Konell in C215 by this Friday. Information is on the club canvas page.

    Would you like to be a part of one of the select choirs at William Tennent High School?  The auditions for Madrigal Singers and The William Tennent Chorale will take place on Monday, January 28 from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.  Additional information and sign-ups are available outside of Ms. Flack's office, F113.

    Attention 9th Graders: Are you interested in serving as a student ambassador for incoming 9th grade students?  If so, go to your class Canvas page and fill out the Google form. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Wawrzyniak in the 9th grade house office for details! *** All submissions are due by February 8, 2019***