News, Posts, and Information

The Sr/Jr High School as it looked during the 1957/1958 school year.

The ASB officers announce “Spring Fest”

(Spirit days and reward days)  Lunch activity with prizes!
Monday-College day with your favorite college gear you support

Tuesday-Tie Die Day

Wednesday-Work it day, dress up to impress with your finest

Thursday-Neon color wars

Friday-Spirit Day with crazy socks


The sophomore class is hosting a Dodge ball tournament this Friday @ 6 p.m.  Games will be played in the high school gym. Each team will has to have at least one person be of the opposite gender on each team.  Teams register and get their entry fees to Mr. O’Neill in advance $20 pre-register.  Registration at the door will be $21 per team.  The First 8 teams signed up to play – will participate. First come first serve basis.  Standard dodge ball rules will apply with slight variations as will be explained before the tournament begins.

The Fourth Annual Darcie Davis K-6 Track Meet
    The Morton/White Pass Timberwolves Track and Field Program will host the Fourth Annual Darcie Davis K-6 Track Meet in Randle featuring the Dillan Davis “To the Woods!” Fun Run on Saturday, May 14 from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. All students in grades K-6 are invited to participate, and each athlete can enter as many events as they wish. 
    Registration begins at 12:30 with a welcome and warm-ups at 1 p.m. The field events will begin at 1:30 with the running events to follow at 2:30. The Dillan Davis “To the Woods” Fun Run will be at 3:30. The running events will be for grades K-2nd are 50 meters, 100 meters, 200 meters, and for grades 3rd-6th 100 meters, 200 meters, and 400 meters. The field events will be softball throw, shot put, long jump, and high jump.
    The purpose of the meet is to introduce young athletes to the greatest and most natural sport in the world: track and field. It also serves as a fundraiser for the Morton White Pass Timberwolves’ Track Team.
    The cost is $5 per athlete, and reduced entry fees are available for a family with financial need.
    The Morton/White Pass High School Track and Field athletes will teach small groups of athletes each of the field and running events. Then, athletes will have the chance to participate in the events. Each event will be officiated by a coach in the Morton/White Pass track program.


Morton FFA Chapter officer applications are available in the office if you’re interested in applying for an officer position for the 2016-2017 Chapter Officer team. Officers plan and orchestrate all FFA events. Please take an application if you’re interested. Completed application packets are due to Mrs. Hanger by Thursday May 26th @ 3 pm. If you would like more information, see Mrs. Hanger today.

FREE Early Identification Project Lewis County
Childfind screening for children birth to five years, and Preschool and Kindergarten Pre-Registration for 2016-2017
Please call the elementary office at 496-5143 to set up an appointment for your child to be screened.

Mr. Royle’s entrepreneur class is selling an assortment of merchandise for a class project, contact Mr. Royle for items for sale and the price lists.

The junior class members are selling beautiful flower pots for $20 each.  This pot would make a wonderful Mother’s Day gift.  Order or purchase yours today.

Are you parenting a teen and asking yourself:
  • How come it seems like every conversation with my teen turns into a power struggle?
  • What are they thinking?
Have you ever asked yourself these questions? Parenting a TEEN is a FREE class. It offers SEVEN discussions and activities designed to help you make sense of what is happening with your teen and increase positive parent-teen communication and problem solving.
Thursdays: 5:30 to 8:00 pm
Aprils 21,28, May 5,12,19 for parents only
May 26June 2 for parents and youth together
At Morton High School 
152 Westlake Ave., Morton
Two-credit class
Light Meal Provided
for more information contact Linda Wilcox at 360-736-9391 ext. 464 or
Bobbi Barnes at

The district meet for the junior high track team will be next Wednesday (May 4) in Rainier. Prices will be $3 for adults and students with out ASB cards and $2 for students with ASB cards.

The junior class will start selling prom tickets on Tuesday April 26th.  They can be purchased at lunch and from Mrs. Royle. Entry cost will be $15 for singles and $25 for a couple:  Prices will go up at the door – buy early & save.

The Morton/Mossyrock Traffic Safety classes will start soon.  For information packets see the office staff today. The first parent/student meeting is May 24th.  Cost of this class is $420 Get signed up today – to assure your spot.

Mr. Judd is offering a traffic safety education class at WPHS beginning on Monday May 23rd and ending on July 1st.  Pick up an informational sheet in the office.


The Southwest Washington Fair announces it’s time for their Spring Youth Fair. The spring fair will run April 29 to May 1st.  Enter an exhibit and your entry to the fair will be FREE.  See flyer on the office window for more information.

Reminder to students: The end of the year grades (second semester) determines your fall sport eligibility. You need to be passing all your classes to insure you’re fully eligible for football, volleyball, cross country & cheer team at the beginning of next school year.


The Pastor’s Pantry is looking for student volunteers to help unload items at the pantry.

Sign-up sheet in the office – great way to get your community service hours.

Alexander’s Lodge is now taking applications for wait staff, front desk and dishwashers for summer help.  If you’re interested you can send your resume to or submit one in person.

Would you like to win $500?  Enter the National Student Poetry Contest.  All students can participate. Submit your entry to Mrs. Kilmer by April 26th.

According to FAFSA, 60,000 college students reported that they were homeless while attending college in 2013, but the actual number of homeless college students in the United States is believed to be much higher. Navigating higher education is difficult enough for fully-supported students, but homeless college students face unique and sometimes impossible challenges in their quest for higher education. For these students, college is a crucial step in securing their futures.
     In order to aid in this fight, the team at has put together a guide to navigating college while homeless, which includes resources to help students:
     An overview of the homeless student population
      - Information on finding local support resources
      - Information on addressing immediate needs, e.g. housing, food, and healthcare
      - Our guide can be found here:

     Morton Dance classes will be held every Monday at the Tiller Center for students ages three to teens.  You can sign up at

     One of the goals of Morton Jr/Sr High School is to provide multiple effective forms of two way communication. In order to help this, we have established a form for you to provide your thoughts, suggestions, comments, etc to the school. The goal is to use this feedback as we continue to plan and make changes insuring the success of all of our students.

    In order to improve communication with the parents and community, Morton Jr/Sr High School will be using REMIND which is a communication tool that utilizes either text messaging or email modes of communicating reminder, important information, miscellaneous information, etc. In order to subscribe, simply click on the link below at and subscribe using either your cell phone number or email address based on how you would rather receive information.
    Your contact information will remain confidential and only used by the school in order to send out pertinent information. Our hopes is to help communicate the day to day lives of our students and school community with the entire parent community in an efficient way. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Mr. Stoney at the high school office.

Upcoming athletic events:
May    7   HS track at Centralia Freshman Invite