We will be offering chili cheese nachos for lunch this Friday. The cost is $3.00. Orders will need to be placed and paid for Thursday, September 28.
WHCA will be taking a school-wide field trip to the Pumpkin Patch at the Farmhouse in Ellerslie on Friday, October 13, 2017. The cost is $12.00 and includes lunch, a pumpkin, hay ride and a craft. We will meet at the Farmhouse at 9:15 a.m. Because this is a school-wide field trip, there will be no supervision at school during the day. Any student not attending the field trip will need to stay home.
The lunch choices for students are peanut butter and jelly or ham and cheese. Parent who purchase tickets to participate will have a choice of chicken salad or pimento cheese sandwiches for lunch. All lunches will be served with chips, drink, and dessert.
*The permission slip and payment are due by Friday, October 6, 2017.
Our first district meet will be held on Saturday, November 11, 2017, at New Salem Baptist church in Griffin, Ga. Our flight will begin at 11:00 a.m. Please remember that payment is due for those participating in the after-school practice. Payment is made directly to Southern Addiction.
A cross-country meet is scheduled for September 30, at Maranatha in Oakwood, Ga. Registration is at 8:30 a.m. The state finals will be held on October 14, at People’s Baptist in McDonough, Ga.
If you haven’t already done so, please login to your parent portal. You will be prompted to change your password. There are two ways to access the website: 1) go to www.whchristian.org and click on the parent portal icon at the bottom of the home page; 2) go to https://secure.headmasteronline.com. For quick access to your child’s academic progress, go to your app store and download the Headmaster app by ACS technologies.
Our yearbooks have arrived and been distributed to our students. If you would like to still order one, then use the following link to order. The yearbook will be shipped to your home instead of the school. There may be additional charges for shipping. https://www.treering.com/validate?PassCode=1014610934553868
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