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WIHS will host a board meeting today, Thursday, May 5th at 4:15pm to 5pm. This meeting is set to dicuss the organizational structure of the school. Anyone is welcome to join.
WIHS will host info sessions for prospective students and families on May 12th at 6:30pm (virtual) and May 21st at 11am (in-person). If you would like to attend, please register at the following link: HERE
WIHS 9th grader, Japneet Singh, has received the “Calene Cameron LeBeau Memorial Fund: Leading Communities Together Through Basketball” grant through Whatcom Community Foundation. Japneet is a part of the Fitness and Wellness Phenomenon Based Learning group where his goal this quarter is to bring basketball to our school community. Japneet helped write the grant application and was successful! He will pick out basketball equipment to share with the school and teach his peers more about the game.
Dear WIHS Community,
We are excited to announce a blossoming partnership with North West Youth Services (NWYS).
In collaboration with their team, NWYS is providing a mental health counselor and a LGBTQ+ mentor for our school community. We are happy to announce Jordan Jackson and Hannah Gough, who will visit our school on a weekly and bi- weekly basis providing open counseling hours for students. Please read their bios below:
Hannah works at North West Youth Services with their Queer Youth Project and is an Advocacy Specialist. Hannah will be joining WIHS as a mentor for our LGBT+ community to provide self advocacy and connecting students with local resources.
Hi there! My name is Hannah Gough and I am the Queer Youth Project Coordinator at Northwest Youth Services. I am originally from Scotland but moved to America over 10 years ago with my family. I came to Bellingham to complete my bachelor’s degree in Human Services at Western Washington University and fell in love with the landscape and community up here. In my work, I assist youth in developing self-advocacy skills, learning how to navigate complex systems, and finding the necessary resources to get their needs met. I am passionate about creating spaces that don’t just focus on the challenges associated with Queerness, but facilitate and celebrate Queer youth’s self-expression, creativity, and joy. They will be at WIHS on:
May 3rd- 10am to 2pm
May 17th- 10am to 2pm
More dates will be announced.