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Aug 1-4 Senior Portraits at WHS

Aug 22 First Day of Fall Semester

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Woodland High School

21 N. West St.

Woodland, CA 95695


Main Phone:  530-662-4678

Main Fax:  530-662-7464

Attendance:  530-661-5408

Registrar:  530-661-5416

Student Store:  530-661-5409

Counseling:  530-661-5418

V.P.'s Office:  530-661-5404

Principal's Office:  530-661-5402 or 5403




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Parent Info.

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Congratulations, Class of 2016!

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Help WHS get free money. It's simple, download the SHOPAROO app, scan your receipts, and ASB will receive the funds.

Open House/Science Fair

Experiments by all WHS science students were featured at the recent Open House/Science Fair.  

WHS Teacher Honored

Science Instructor Erika Moreno received the WJUSD Masonic Lodge Educator of the Year Award at a recent school board meeting. Moreno currently teaches forensic science, biology, and AVID. She is the adviser to both the Criminology Club and Nail Club at Woodland High.

WJUSD Superintendent, Dr. Maria Armstrong, described Moreno as a "model educator whose professionalism, positivity and dedication to student success exemplifies excellence in the teaching profession."

Moreno also received a Yolo County School Boards' Association Salute to Educator Award and a Unavision Maestro de Impacto Award this spring.

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WHS Lady Wolves Girls Varsity Soccer won their sections for the second year in a row with a win over Placer High 3-0!!!

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Teacher/Staff Intramural Champions

Teachers and Staff won the Championship Soccer Game with a score of 1 - 0 against the Intramural Team Friday. Teacher Andres Olmedo scored the games only goal. Way to go, Wolves!!!

Egg Drop 2016

Lessons in Physics

Shalini Mishra's physics classes created devices to shield eggs from breaking when she dropped them off the roof of the gym.  Mrs. Mishra reported that approximately 67% of the student's efforts were successful.  

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Teen Advisory Board Graduates Honored

The Woodland Public Library, families and friends honored graduates from local high schools who are members of its Teen Advisory Board Wednesday evening. Woodland High School Honorees attending included Zach, Onica, and Roshelle. Navneet from Pioneer High School was also honored. 

Graduates received certificates followed by impromptu presentations about what the Teen Advisory Board meant to them.  Library Director Greta Galindo, Teen Librarian Rhea Fabricante and Mayor Tom Stallard expressed their gratitude to the teens for their volunteer work with the Board. 

All TAB members received training in public speaking, event planning, time management and leadership skills. They also received youth development training with Rogelio Villagrana through the UC Davis Early Academic Outreach Program. Volunteer projects included helping with the summer reading programs, making presentations to the School Board, in classrooms and staff meetings to recruit new members, and planning fun events for teens. 


Reclassification Ceremony

Students Honored

Students who have been reclassified from English Learners to Fluent English Proficient status were honored recently at a ceremony at the Woodland High School Library. Students posed with family members following a brief ceremony and refreshments. Thirty six students were reclassified this school year. Donna Rico is Woodland High's English Learner Specialist.

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Wolves Win First Round in Playoffs

The 11th seeded Wolves varsity baseball team won its first round of the playoffs 3-2 over 6th seed Central Catholic of Modesto. They will next play #3 seed Christian Brothers this Thursday 4 pm at McAuliffe fields in Sacramento. Go Wolves!!!

Swim Competition

Coach Eric Wyles, team mates Hannah Boatman and Kassidee Pascoe and Coach Jenae Moreno at the recent Tri-County Conference Section Meet at Tokay High School in Lodi.

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Woodland High FFA State Champions

The Woodland High School FFA Agronomy Team won the California State Championship Saturday in San Luis Obispo. Competing were, pictured above l. to r., Freshman Lyndi Wax, Sophomore Gloria Perez, Senior Kelsey McLagan and Junior Kevin Keenan.Also pictured is Jerry Delsol, FFA Advisor. McLagan garnered 3rd High Individual in the State also. This team will represent and compete in the National FFA Convention and Finals in October. Congratulations!

Girl's, Boy's Swim Teams Take Second in League

Both the girl's and the boy's swim teams took 2nd place in this year's TCC Championships. The boys team scored an additional 187.5 points over last year. The girls improved by 88 points. Kassidee Pascoe was awarded the League MVP.

Relay Team League Champions (l. to r.) Hannah Boatman, Kasidee Pascoe, Natalie Butterfield and Killion Newsom now hold the fastest time ever in league history for the 200 medley relay and the 200 free relay. Hannah, Kassidee (League Record) and Killion also took League Championships in their individual events. 

WHS Teachers, Counselor Honored

Shalini Mishra, WHS Physics and Principles of Engineering teacher, was recently awarded the Yolo County School Board Association Teacher of the Year Award.  Receiving Salute to Educator Awards were Damian Martin, counselor, and Erica Moreno, Forensic Science, Biology, and AVID teacher.  Congratulations to all!

Selena Morquecho Takes Top Honors

Congratulations to Selena Morquecho for winning First Place in Extemporaneous Speech and Second Place in Prepared Speech at the Annual Regional Migrant Education Speech and Debate Competition April 2. Mariana Vizcaino also represented Woodland High School at the event.Over 300 students from Yolo, Yuba, Sacramento, Reno, and Solano counties demonstrated their public speaking skills at Woodland Community College.  

Mock Trial 2016

Javier Marin's AP Government classes participated in Mock Trial proceedings recently.

Olympic Competitor Visits WHS

Olympic competitor and WHS alumnus Jillian Camarena Williams, visited the WHS Track and Field Team Monday.  She conducted some "old school" training at her first WHS shot put ring.

Jill has competed at the London Olympics and the recent World Indoor championships in Portland, Oregon. She is a Stanford All-American, many times national champion, Olympic Trials Champ in 2012, and a World Outdoor Championship Bronze Medalist in 2011. 

Jill is in training for this summer's Olympic Trials in Eugene Oregon.  She hopes to qualify to compete on her 3rd Olympic Team in Rio de Janiero this summer. 

According to Cross-Country Coach Chuck Bruns, Jill was Homecoming Queen, a three sport athlete and a positive, productive and very professional member of this community while at WHS.  Both parents were long time employees at WHS. Go Jill, Go Wolves, Go USA!!!


Woodland High School Principal Karrie Sequeira reports that Woodland High School is excited to announce the hiring of Chris Smith as the new Head Varsity Football Coach for Woodland High School for the 2016 – 2017 school year.

Chris Smith comes to Woodland High with 20 years’ experience coaching football including experience at the semi-professional level. Mr. Smith has been an Athletic Director and multi-sport coach at Calvary Chapel High School in Redlands, California (1996 – 2001), and Vacaville Christian High School in Vacaville, California (2001 – 2014), where he started and grew the football program that now includes all levels from junior midgets to Varsity.

Most recently, Mr. Smith has been the Head Varsity Football Coach for Esparto High School in Esparto, California from 2014 to present.

Woodland High School Learning Community Director Jerald Ferguson stated, “We are very excited to welcome Chris to the Woodland High School community, and are very confident in his vision for our football program, and the leadership and direction he will bring. We are very delighted by the process with which he was selected, as the players, parents, and coaches all had a voice.”

Woodland High Through the Year

Veteran's Interviews

Students from Junior Literature and Composition classes and US History classes interviewed military veterans this morning over breakfast as part of a cross-curricular learning experience. Veterans from World War II through current conflicts were represented. Many brought photographs and memorabilia to share. The annual event proved to be meaningful for students and veterans alike. Students will produce a research paper and slide show presentation to share with their classmates as a result of the interviews.

Summer Volunteer Opportunities

Teens can earn community service hours this summer with the City of Woodland's Summertime Fun Club and Teens Helping Seniors programs.  For further information:  Summertime Fun Club    Teens Helping Seniors 


Mid-Day Café

WHS staff and guests enjoy their lunch at Mid-Day Café.  Students in the Culinary Arts 2 and ROP classes plan the menus and prepare meals from scratch several times a semester under the supervision of instructor Nancie Wilson.

Woodland High Roots in Super Bowl 50

Craig Penrose, Woodland High Graduate from the class of 1971 presented Woodland High with a golden football from the National Football League commemorating his contribution to the NFL.  Superintendent Dr. Armstrong, and Trustees Michael Pyeatt and Sam Blanco III were also present when sophomore class president Garrett Imbach received the football from Craig Penrose.


For more information about the Super Bowl High School Honor Roll please go to http://www.nfl.com/sbhonorroll.


Parking Lot Safety

Reminder: The staff parking lot is reserved for staff. Parents have been observed dropping off and picking up students in the staff lot. The increased traffic has raised concerns about safety. Starting Monday, January 25, staff will be at the entrance of the staff lot to help support safety.

Students may be dropped off along the curb on West Street outside the staff lot or in the student parking lot.

Thank you in advance for supporting efforts to maintain safety.

Many thanks to Woodland Schools Foundation for their donation of a sound system to both WHS and PHS

WSF Donation to WHS and PHS

Thank You Class of 2015!!!

ASB students relax in the new lounge chairs donated to the library by the Class of 2015.


Earn $$$ for ASB Activities

Help the WHS Associated Student Body earn money just by taking a picture of your receipts on the Shoparoo app. Download the free app, take a picture of your receipt, submit, and rate your your shopping experience (a simple click). SO SIMPLE! Money is deposited at the end of the year to the ASB general fund to be used for dances, rallies, incentives, no tardy party, ice cream social, spirit week prizes, homecoming, etc. Click here for further information.



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Start practicing for the 2015/2016 SAT today with hundreds of previously unreleased Math, Reading, and Writing questions from real SATs and more than 200 videos that show step-by-step solutions to each question.  Click on the link to begin.  www.khanacademy.org/sat

By spring 2015, you’ll have access to state-of-the-art, interactive learning tools that give you deep practice and help you diagnose your gaps. All of this will be created through a close collaboration with the College Board specifically for the redesigned 2016 SAT.



STUDENTS: All your computer files will be deleted over the summer to prepare for the 2016-2017 school year. Copy any files you would like to keep to a flash drive or send them to your home e-mail address.

Senior Portraits 

Senior Portraits will be at Woodland High School August 1st – 4th.  Within the next month you will be receiving an appointment card from Prestige that will give you your specific date and time.  You may also contact Prestige at prestigeseniors@lifetouch.com



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