Important Dates to Remember
May 1-12 AP Testing
May 5,6,7,12,13,14 Wizard of Oz
May 16 Scholarship Awards Night
May 17 Spring Sports Banquet
May 20 Grand March, Jr/Sr Prom
May 29 Memorial Day No School
May 31, June 1 Senior Finals
June 6-9 Frosh, Soph, Jr Finals
June 7 Senior Parade, Sunset
June 8 Senior Breakfast, Grad Practice
June 10 Graduation
Woodland High School
21 N. West St.
Woodland, CA 95695
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It is with great pleasure we introduce our newest star student, Diana Torres. Diana is a senior at Woodland High School, planning to attend Sacramento State ...more
WHS Hosts Tom Torlakson, State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Woodland High School hosted State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson for a news conference Tuesday where he ...more
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Soccer Team Honored by City Council
Woodland's City Council honored the WHS Girl's Soccer Team with a proclamation recently in recognition of their third consecutive championship in the California Interscholastic Federation Sac-Joaquin Division 4. The team won during a second overtime period.
WHS students Selena Vargas, from row center, and Shailah Gonzales, front row 3rd from left, were recognized at the State Capitol recently for their published illustrations in the "Imagine This" story writing contest.They were joined for the photo by the contest regional coordinators and the story's author. WHS art instructor Scott Coppenger is pictured in the front row, far right.
Jayne Williams, center, from All Leaders Must Serve and Woodland Mayor Angel Barajas, right, visited with Link Crew students at WHS as part of the Principal for a Day program in the Woodland Joint Unified School District. Tara Vittone of Pride Industries, Kayla Rodriguez of Waste Management, and Mark Ullrich of Ullrich Delevati CPA's also visited the campus. The five shadowed WHS Principal Karrie Sequeira-Hernandez and Vice-Principals Geraldine Leonardis, Jerald Ferguson and Diane Mahan as they went about their duties for the morning. The program is co-sponsored by the Woodland Chamber of Commerce. Link Crew is a program that works with incoming freshman to make them feel welcome and help them acclimate to their new school.
- a duct tape WOLVES sign.
Eleventh grade students interviewed veterans from World War II through current conflicts this week as part of a co-curricular assignment for history and language arts classes. Nearly 80 veteran's participated in the 9th annual event. Many brought artifacts to show the students while relating their military experiences. The students have been studying the war of the veteran they interviewed and will now produce a research paper for their Language Arts class and a PowerPoint Presentation for their history class. The project was organized by history teacher Mike Owens and language arts teacher Erica Chung. Logistical support was provided by FFA students and the Ag Department.
WHS Students Win at Regional Competition
Rebecca Sheets and Maryam Shakoor were both award winners at the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Spring Meeting in February. Rebecca won First Place in the Child Development Competition and Maryam won Third Place in the Table Display and Menu Competition. They competed at San Juan High School in Citrus Heights with students from eight other northern California high schools and are now eligible to compete at the state level in Riverside, California in April. Rebecca and Maryam are both seniors at WHS. Congratulations, ladies!
Burgess Signs with The Citadel
WHS senior Ellie Burgess signed a National Letter of Intent Wednesday in the school's library to play soccer at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina next fall. She was joined by her parents, Jim and Candy Burgess, soccer coach Andres Olmedo, and WHS Athletic Director Javier Marin at the signing table while friends, family, and WHS administrators, faculty and other staff looked on. Burgess was a starter all four years at WHS. She received a combined full-ride scholarship to The Citadel for athletics and academics.
WHS Through the Year
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