The last few weeks at WFHS have been absolutely incredible! Here’s a quick run down of some of the awesome things that our Black Hawks have been Dominating on around campus!
EDC and Advanced dance held absolutely incredible concerts! These students put an absolute ton of time and energy into making this a successful series of shows. There was even a “Drive In Concert” held in the parking lot for those who couldn’t catch the liver performances. Huge congrats to all involved in making this show spectacular!
Stuff The Bus was a MASSIVE success!
Our amazing NHS did an amazing job with Stuff the Bus. It could not be possible without Ms. Wood, Ms. Spitler and Mrs. Buscema. It is truly remarkable how each year we unite as a campus and make this incredible food donation happen.This year we dropped off 12,880 pounds of food to the United Food Bank. This was truly a proud moment. Over the last 10 years, the Williams Field community has collected a total of 115,000 pounds of food.
No Place For Hate Week!
Williams Field students all participated in the national No place For Hate campus campaign. This is an incredibly important week where tolerance, acceptance, and allyship is focused on to help eliminate all hate from school campuses. We are incredibly proud of our student body for pledging to fight against hate and discrimination of all kinds to make our campus a safe and accepting place for students from all walks of life!
Theater performs “Little Women” and One is Awarded Exclusive Scholarship!
At the beginning of this month, the WFHS Theater Dept put on an incredible student directed performance of Little Women! The show was an incredible success. Congrats to all who helped make it possible!
The Thespians would also like to congratulate International Thespian Tatum Mason on snagging the Technical Theatre Scholarship at the annual Scholarship Audition event this past weekend hosted by Arizona Thespians. In addition to this exclusive scholarship for her successes as a stage manager, Tatum was elected as Captain Thespian for the State Student Thespian Officers for the year. Many congratulations to this amazing Black Hawk!