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SCHOOL NEWS

Grades 8-12 Summer School Information Flyer

Summer School Opportunities for Students in Grades 8-12:

  • Session A: June 7-25
  • Session B: July 12-30
  • EOC Bootcamp: July 6-12
  • EOC Exams: Week of July 13

All sessions will be in person and space is limited. Students will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Click Read More for more information.

Important Information about State Testing for WJHS

Please read this very important information regarding state testing for all Weisenborn students.

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. 

Spiceworks Link - Technology Support (Students & Parents)

To submit a technology support request, please use the following form and we will reach out with assistance as soon as possible -

 Technology Support Request Form.

Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible!

Weisenborn JHS News & Reminders

Two-hour early dismissal  Friday, April 23rd (interim reports).  Interim reports for 4th quarter will be available for viewing in Progress Book on Friday, April 30th after 3:00 p.m. 

Breakfast and lunch meal bags are available for pick-up every school day for HHCS students from 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.  You may go to whatever building is most convenient for your family and pick up all your students' meals at one building (bags limited to 1 per student).  All students are eligible for free breakfast and lunch.  

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 

College Credit Plus Information for the 2021/2022 School Year

Please click on this link for information about the College Credit Plus Program.

Due to COVID restrictions, there will not be an in-person informational meeting this year.  However, Sinclair will be offering several virtual CCP presentations.

 

 

Attendance Procedures for Online Learning

Our attendance procedures are the same as they were during in-person school.  If your student cannot be present for online learning due to illness, medical appointment, death in the family, or any other approved reason - please call or email the school.  Call 237-6350 ext. 60209 or email wjh.attendance@myhhcs.org

Face coverings FAQ
Spring Testing Schedules

Ohio State Testing schedules are now available for all students in grade K-12. Testing will begin the week of April 12th after students return from Spring Recess. Please be on the lookout for more information from building principals about testing procedures and helpful resources for students and families.

K-6 Testing Schedule

7-8 Testing Schedule

9-12 Testing Schedule

Back to School Plan 3.3 - Extension to Remote Wednesdays

On February 11, the Board of Education approved an extension of remote Wednesdays through the end of the 2020-2021 school year.

Back to School Plan 3.3

Notice Sent to Families on Feb. 12

Schools PLP link for Weisenborn Junior High
Distance Learning FAQ at WJHS

Please click on this link for a short presentation that will answer many of the most frequently asked questions about Distance Learning.

WHS Talent Show April 23 Flyer

Prepare to be entertained! Wayne's High School's freshman class will once again be hosting the WHS Talent Show on April 23rd at 6 pm. While in-person seats will be reserved for students, staff, and performers' families, a livestream of the event will be open to the public. The viewing cost is $12 per household.

Fill out this Google Form to register for virtual tickets and receive the livestream link. https://forms.gle/JE7KTt3xBK3CMfVH6

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Apr
15
Board of Education meeting
@Huber Heights City Schools, 5954 Longford Rd, Huber Heights, OH 45424
Thursday, 4/15/2021
May
01
Board of Education Workshop
@Studebaker JH - 5954 Longford Rd. Huber Heights, OH 45424
Saturday, 5/1/2021

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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! 

 

2020-2021 District Calendar

This is the link to view the 2020-2021 HHCS district school calendar.

2021-2022 District Calendar

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

 

2020-2021 Program of Studies

This is the link to access the 2020-2021 program of studies catalog.

 

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.