LOL Arrival Instructions
When should I arrive?
You should walk into the WHS Gym anywhere from 7:30-7:40 AM on Tuesday, April 25th.
How should I arrive?
All Non-Washington Attendees should try really hard to carpool. Due to our extreme lack of Visitor Spots, Parking for Non-Washington Attendees is available at Prince of Peace ( 38451 Fremont Blvd, Fremont, CA 94536 ) and the Children’s Natural History Museum ( 4074 Eggers Dr, Fremont, CA 94536 ) both of which are across the street from Washington High. We will have Washington Leadership in HUSKY STRONG Shirts at the entrances of these Parking Lots to help you spot where to turn in. Once parked, walk across the street at the Fremont-Country Intersection and allow Washington Leadership Students to direct you to the Gym. If Parking fills up at Prince of Peace and the Children’s Natural History Museum, you will have to find some other place to park (and it still can’t be WHS), so please carpool!
What should I bring?
Bring some sort of small bag with you to hold items such as water, glasses, etc. Upon entering the Gym, you will receive an LOL T-Shirt to change into in one of our Bathrooms, so your bag will also be used to store the shirt you change out of. In addition, you will receive several papers throughout the day that you can keep in your bag.
LOL 2017 SCHEDULE
OPENING CEREMONY (Gym) Doors Open @ 7:30 AM
Welcome 7:55-8 AM
School Chants 8-8:15 AM
Captain’s Coming 8:15-8:25 AM
Speaker 8:25-9 AM
Divide & Snack 9-9:05 AM
Irvington and Washington
Coffee House - Winter coffeehouse is an event for the students to gather and showcase their talents - Coffeehouse is usually held for a week - It is held in our round room - Usually held during Winter - Planned by clubs committee in ASB -They plan a theme, and make decorations - Create mural (relating to the theme) at the stage as a background for the performers -We also pass out hot chocolate in the cold weather as a 'give' to students. -Sometimes we give out Winter Ball tickets so there is more incentive for the students to come in and watch -It is a small event for the students to enjoy during their lunch, so things aren't too bland during the year -Encourages the students to open up with their talents
Special Olympics -Our Leadership and Peers programs work together to practice with the athletes -Each athlete is paired with an ASB student or a Peer to work with during the event. -Make posters -Way for special ed kids to feel involved, have fun, and connect with kids outside of their program
Club Evaluations -An easy way to keep track of clubs and whether or not they're active throughout the year. -Evaluated 3 times in the year, beginning, middle and towards the end of the school year. -Use rubric based on how we want to grade them - Clubs are split among all the members in clubs committee -Graded over 1-2 weeks -If the club does not follow their constitution then we evaluate them a 2nd time. -If they still don't follow their constitution or seem to be inactive then club is terminated -Makes it easier to keep track of what clubs are doing on campus and be sure they stay active
Student Appreciation and Gives - Monthly gives - The recognition committee plans and executes them - Gives are based on theme for each month - Small and easy things like candy -Bigger things like discounts/free items from student store - Helps to brighten student’s days and make them comfortable at the school and with Leadership class Pep Rallies - Four a year - Welcome back, Homecoming, Winter, End of year - Cheer/Dance team/1-2 clubs perform - 2-3 games -1st rally is more just fun games between classes - 2nd rally is battle of the classes -3rd rally is battle of sister classes -4th rally is Staff vs. Students