Important Dates to Remember
Nov 23-27 Thanksgiving Break - No School
Dec 2 Fall Sports Banquet
Dec 12 Woodland Holiday Parade
Dec 21-Jan 1 Winter Break - No School
Jan 4 Teacher Grading Day - No School
Jan 5 Spring Semester Begins
Jan 18 Martin Luther King Holiday - No School
Graduation Date Change
Saturday, June 11 - 9 am
Woodland Community Stadium
Woodland High School
21 N. West St.
Woodland, CA 95695
Main Phone: 530-662-4678
Main Fax: 530-662-7464
Student Store: 530-661-5409
V.P.'s Office: 530-661-5404
Principal's Office: 530-661-5402 or 5403
COMMON CORE INFORMATION
Culinary Arts Students
Work With Professionals
WHS Culinary Arts ROP students had the opportunity to work with Executive Chef, Chris Cook, along with his sous chefs recently in the commercial kitchen at the Yolo Fliers Club. Students Angelica Duran, Jessica Warner, Elizabeth Rocha, and Madi Sharp, with professional instruction, participated in food preparation for two upcoming Yolo Fliers Club events.
Purchase Yearbook Now For Best Price
Yearbooks are $65 until Thanksgiving, then go up to $75 until Christmas. After Christmas, they will be $85 until the books are delivered. If you wait until they are delivered they are $95. The best time to buy is now!
WHS Students Take Top 3 Awards in Essay Contest
WHS students Malorie Farley, Prescilla Garcia, and Jessica Rose took first, second and third place awards,respectively, in the American Legion's recent Veteran's Day Essay Contest. Malorie Farley read her essay at the Woodland Veteran's Memorial Service sponsored by the American Legion, Post 77, in front of the Yolo County Courthouse November 11.
Conflict Resolution Training
Conflict Resolution and Mediation Certificate Training is available through the Yolo Conflict Resolution Center beginning in January.This is a professional certificate program for individuals who want to advance their conflict resolution and communication skills, professionals who want to be certified to advance their careers, and for community members who are considering becoming volunteer community mediators with YCRC.
The training is particularly helpful for high school students and it is something they seek to include in their college applications. The deadline for applications is in December. For further information click here.
WHS Grads Earn FFA Top Honors
On October 29th, 8 WHS graduates earned their American FFA Degree in Louisville, KY. The American FFA Degree is the highest award you can earn in the FFA. We are so proud of Joe Martin, Mary Mast, Eleanor Harlan, Adrian Ruvalcaba, Ashley Tenhunfeld, Travis Teague, Mary Paschke, and Melissa Tenunfeld.
Woodland High School presents to you our new Star Student, Eric Delgado! Eric is currently in his senior year getting ready for college applications. Eric is an active ...more
Spirit Week Rally
WHS Senior Diana Gomez has been recognized by the Puente Project Statewide Office for her exemplary Puente leadership spirit and impressive academic achievement. Students considered for this award must have been in Puente English grade 9 and grade 10, have an overall academic GPA of 3.5 or higher (9th - 11th grade), be a full time 12th grade student enrolled in 5 or more academic courses, and demonstrate community leadership. Over 150 applications were received from throughout the state.
Homecoming Week 2015
Homecoming Week Activities
Students prepared for Homecoming 2015 in a variety of ways. Student dressed according to each day's theme - America, Greece, Mexico, Egypt, and Woodland, Ca, sporting traditional Wolves colors - orange and white. Students earned raffle tickets for dressing up. Plenty of school spirit was evident at Thursday's rally which was followed by a parade on Friday after school.
Cross Country Prepares for Championships
The cross country team is enjoying another successful season and is building to qualify runners for the section championships. Come support the team when they compete in the TCC championships in two weeks right here in Woodland.”
MacKenzie Hatanaka, Giselle Sanchez, and Juan Vargas won sweatshirts for participating in this year's College and Career Awareness Week.
Safety Plan for Unsafe Bleachers
WHS stadium bleachers on the home and visitor sides and the press box have been fenced off after being deemed unsafe by inspectors. At the last home game, spectators on the visitor side reported that the bleachers were “buckling.” Appropriate personnel were immediately contacted to determine the safety of the bleachers.
The short-term plan calls for:
Woodland Joint Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Maria Armstrong recently communicated to WHS staff “Please know that the safety of everyone is of the utmost importance, and we will continue to look at how to address this issue in the long-term.”
WHS Principal Karrie Sequeira, second from left, accepts a check for $5000 from the Woodland Schools Foundation to be used for transportation for athletics. WHS also received a portable sound system from the Foundation. Also pictured are principals for the other WJUSD schools that received donations.
Superintendent Community Forum
Scheduled for November 19
A series of Superintendent Community Forums has been scheduled at various school sites throughout the year for families and staff to learn more about the District Strategic Plan, LCAP activities, district finances, and enrollment. The next meeting will be for Beamer, Freeman, and Maxwell Elementary Schools and Woodland High School from 6 - 7 p.m. in the Maxwell School cafeteria. A pizza dinner and child care will be provided. Click on the links for further information and dates in English or Spanish.
Students and parents learned about colleges, careers and community service opportunities at Thursday's College and Community Service Fair. Over 60 colleges were represented.
Secretary of State Visit
Alex Padilla Speaks to WHS Seniors
Secretary of State Alex Padilla spoke to Woodland High School seniors Monday about the importance of registering to vote as part of their civic duty. He is visiting a limited number of schools in the area to deliver his message. Qualified students were able to register to vote immediately following the presentation.
Commitment to Graduate
Ninth grade students participated in a Commitment to Graduate Ceremony in the WHS Gym Friday. Students learned the value of a high school diploma, signed a Commitment to Graduate Poster to be hung in the Library until they graduate, and shook hands, high-fived and fist bumped administrators, teachers and Link Crew members.
Link Crew spent several days preparing activities to welcome incoming students at freshman orientation.
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.
Senior Paint Day
SCHOOL LOOP LOGIN
Student Network Login
Your username is now the first initial of your first and last names, followed by a 3 digit number that you can learn from any of your teachers or a librarian. Example: AB123
Your default password is the first initial of your first and last names, a hyphen, and your permanent ID number (also known as your lunch number). Example: ab-12345
Employee e-mail (staff use only)
VPN (off-site access only)
Attn: ALL Students!
Great link for all grades! Information about going to college
TESTING AT WHS
To see a complete list of College Entrance Exams as well as other tests offered at WHS click here.
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