Aug
9
August, 9th 2019
Launching WHCS first Computer Coding Club "Sisterhood"
May
15
May, 15th 2019
2018-2019 STATE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS, VS DORA, Friday, May 17, 2019, 7:00 P.M., Rio Rancho Stadium
Apr
16
April, 16th 2019
For the 2018-2019 baseball and softball season, the Walatowa High Charter School and Jemez Valley Warriors combined to form the Jemez Warrior – Cougars. “It is important to have collaboration between the schools and create opportunities for students to compete together.” Forest Becker (WHCS Instructor and 1ST Head Baseball Coach. For each school to be represented, the baseball team wears Jemez Green for home and Cougar blues for away. Currently the Warrior-Cougars are 9 and 3 on the season with 5 games left until district playoffs. “ We have a good chance of making the state baseball tournament. We just have to continue to work hard and stay focused.” Keithan Shendo, WHCS Junior.
Apr
16
April, 16th 2019
On, April 12-16, 2019, Carlos Herrera, Arnold Herrera Troy Meek (WHCS Art Instructor) and Dr. K. Kommander-Salazar (WHCS Science Instructor) collaborated and provided students with traditional use of local aspen, cottonwood and indigenous methodologies of science (Ethno-Botany) and Art to create drums. The junior class created drums utilizing aspen and cottonwood, leather, and traditional techniques. The drums are a reflection of the New Mexico southwest tradition, culture and heritage. “The drums are part of our identity and learning how to make them is important, so we can sustain this tradition.” Triston Tosa (WHCS Student)
Mar
7
Mar
5
March, 5th 2019
This assignment was a ‘seeing ‘ assignment. Students were tasked at looking at value, line quality, shape and texture (hair lines equals textures in the photo). Students cut an image in half and had to create as realistically as possible the other half. (Realism)
Mar
1
March, 1st 2019
Students enlarged a print AD of an image was based on ‘Realism ‘
Feb
27
February, 27th 2019
WHCS COUGAR DISTRICT PLAYOFF: Men’s Basketball – February 27, 2019 (Wednesday) – Walatowa Youth Center or Jemez Valley gymnasium – 6:00 p.m. NMAA DISTRICT GAME ENTRY FEE: $6.00 Age: 6 yrs. and up. 5 yrs. old and under free.
Feb
26
February, 26th 2019
Women’s Basketball - February 26, 2019 (Tuesday) – Walatowa Youth Center – 6:00 p.m.
Feb
15
February, 15th 2019
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