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SCHOOL NEWS

Weisenborn JH Recognized as PLTW Distinguished School PLTW banner

Weisenborn Junior High School Receives National Recognition for Commitment to STEM and career learning.

WJHS 4th Quarter Honor Roll

Congratulations to our Weisenborn Honor Roll recipients for 4th quarter!

8th grade Honor Roll list

7th grade Honor Roll list

Summer Nutrition Program Lunch is On Us!

For more information, click here.

Progress Book Parent Viewer/Student log-in and information

This is the link to log into Progress Book 

Parent accounts You will need a registration key to create a Parent Viewer account. To obtain the registration key or if you have an existing account but have forgotten your username, password, or need further assistance please email kris.yearsley@myhhcs.org

Student accounts All WJHS students have an account. For most, their username and password are the same as their computer log-in (minus the dot in the username).  If you are unable to log-in with this information, please email kris.yearsley@myhhcs.org

Click this link for helpful videos to use Progress Book.  Topics such as classroom info., checking grades, setting up alerts for missing/low grade assignments & accessing report cards are covered.

If you have questions about your student's grades, please email the teacher. If you do not get a timely response, then reach out to your student's counselor and/or an administrator. 

Guide to Summer Learning Flyer

Here is a self-paced guide for learning resources that can be used throughout the summer. Whether your student is at home, in the car or at grandma's, this collection of resources is a great place to start!

Guide to Summer Learning

"Welcome to the Guide" Video

Strat Plan Social Strat Plan Social Flyer

The entire Huber Heights community is invited to the HHCS Strat Plan Social. Join local school, community and business leaders, as well as staff and parents, to learn about the district's NEW five-year strategic plan.

Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible!

Weisenborn JHS News & Reminders

Have a great summer break!  We look forward to seeing you in August!

 

 

Follow WJHS on Facebook @ Weisenborn Junior High School, Twitter @WJHWPride, and Instagram @weisenbornwarriorpride 

Cell Phone Policy @ WJHS

 A reminder about the cell phone policy at Weisenborn Junior High 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Jun
26
Board of Education Workshop
@Studebaker JH - 5954 Longford Rd. Huber Heights, OH 45424
Saturday, 6/26/2021
Jul
08
Board of Education meeting
@Huber Heights City Schools, 5954 Longford Rd, Huber Heights, OH 45424
Thursday, 7/8/2021
Jul
31
Board of Education Workshop
@Studebaker JH - 5954 Longford Rd. Huber Heights, OH 45424
Saturday, 7/31/2021
Aug
12
Board of Education meeting
@Huber Heights City Schools, 5954 Longford Rd, Huber Heights, OH 45424
Thursday, 8/12/2021

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Report an Absence

To report your student's absence, call the attendance line at (937) 237-6350 ext. 60209 or email wjh.attendance@myhhcs.org

 

Follow Weisenborn Junior High on Social Media

  • Facebook  @ Weisenborn Junior High School  
  • Twitter      @  WJWPride
  •  Instagram @ weisenbornwarriorpride

We are constantly communicating "Warrior Pride" at Weisenborn Junior High School! 

 

2021-2022 District Calendar

This is the link to view the 2021-2022 HHCS district school calendar.

 

2021-2022 Program of Studies

This is the link to access the 2021-2022 program of studies catalog.

 

Student Hotline Website

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You may click on this link or on the image above to visit the StudentWatch hotline website.  The online reporting system and the 1-866-listen2me phone system are for students and parents to report concerns which may affect the peace of mind of students or jeopardize the safety of people or school facilities.  Concerns may include, but are not limited to, bullying, abuse, bomb threats, cyber crimes, discrimination, drugs, health concerns, suspicious behavior, vandalism, fighting, & weapons.  Helpline information helps us maintain school environments that are safe and conducive to learning.  You can rest easy while reporting because your information is secure.