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Woodland High School

21 N. West St.

Woodland, CA 95695

Office Hours: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm

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

Price is  35. Books will also be sold at the Student Store.

Price is $35. Books will also be sold at the Student Store. 



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. 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.

Kasidee Signing with Biola University

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This is the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) 23rd Annual Cookbook Sale.  The sale will run from October 27th until Nov. 17, 2017.  The cost is $10.00 each.  The proceeds will be used to help send students to FCCLA Regional and State Leadership meetings and competitions as well as for supplies and equipment used in Culinary Arts and Child Development classes at Woodland High School.  Cookbooks are available through FCCLA members and can also be ordered through Nancie Wilson at Nancie.wilson@wjusd.org and Sherrie Jensen at  Sharon.jensen@wjusd.org.


From Left to Right, Arlene Rodriquez, Amaya Sandoval

Orange Peel Is Back

Powder Puff

Pictured, Lindsay Weisenberg, Eric Wyles, Billy Felix, Sonia Garcia, Ray  Abaurrea, Marty Buchignani and Julia Villa-not necessarily in that order

Lindsay Weisenberg, Eric Wyles, Billy Felix, Sonia Garcia, Ray Abaurrea, Marty Buchignani and Julia 
Villa.-.not necessarily in that order.


Book Bike Here Tuesday

Rhea Gardner, Woodland Public Library's Teen Librarian, and her Book Bike will be on campus during lunch on Tuesday to give away books. Stop by to say hello and get a book of your choice outside the Commons. Mrs. Gardner will also be doing class visits in the English Department. 

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Girls Volleyball

The Woodland High Girls Volleyball Team. Games start at 4, 5, and 6 pm.  Go Wolves!

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Cross Country Openings

Woodland High School’s Cross Country Team still has openings if you have NEVER been on the team before and this would be your first year competing. The team is open to Freshman – Seniors and the team is an excellent resume/college application builder and a great chance to be a part of a team that competes for league and section titles while learning about goal setting and attainment. See Coach Bruns in Room #906 to learn more about the team.

Senior Paint Day 2017



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

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Star Student Kasidee Pascoe

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Kasidee Pascoe


          It is with great pleasure and Woodland pride we introduce an amazing young athlete, scholar, and leader as the Star Student of WHS.  Kasidee Pascoe is a talented swimmer, and academic success, and has been an ASB member since freshmen year.  She has recently committed to attending Biola University where she will swim for the school while earning a degree in communication disorders.  She has so many successes but she is personally the most satisfied with how much she has grown as a person. “I am most proud of my personal growth over the past few years of high school in myself, my growth in the water, and with the people important to me.”  She has matured in the last four years and is ready to move on to the next chapter in her life.

          Kasidee credits her parents and her best friend for inspiring her to do her best.  “My parents have always pushed me to put forward my best so that I know that I can do what I set my mind to.  Also, my best friend Sami Martin has inspired me to be strong but to remember that it’s okay to let go sometimes.”  Their advice has help mold Kasidee into the person she is today.  She also credits many of her teachers for helping her along the way.  “I’d have to say that there are many teachers who have inspired me in different ways-Mr. Miles, Mrs. Rose, Mr. Rocha, Ms. Moreno, and Mr. Wyles, just to name a few.”  Kasidee has the ability to get help when she needs it, however, more often than not, she’s the one doing the helping.

          In addition to being motivated by her teachers, Kasidee has also inspired many of them in return.  “I am pleased that I was able to have Kasidee as a freshman in Global Citizenship class.  Even as a freshman, Kasidee was a role model of respect and positive work ethic for the other students in class.  She has a friendly and kind demeanor and would lend a helping hand to other students who needed help and/or encouragement.  I am so happy that students like Kasidee represent Woodland High School, both academically and in extra-curricular activities.”  Her leadership skills seem to be a common thread among the staff at WHS.  “I love Kasidee! She is not only an amazing leader, but also a great student. Her passion to give back to her community is noted in all her work.”  Her character is one of the finest we have on campus.  “Outstanding student, very pleasure able.”  She is a constant source of information and help.  “I have known Kasidee since freshmen year, having been her advisor and mentor on many occasions.  She has proven to be one of the most outstanding leaders I have seen come through WHS.  She is instrumental in rallying school spirit and even recruits her parents into helping when necessary (Homecoming floats) just to help get things done.  She is a go-getter and gets it going!”  She is a true giver and really does bleed orange!

          Kasidee’s biggest pet peeve are mouth noises, “Specifically when people are chewing on crunchy food with their mouth open when it is quiet.” She has learned tolerance and acceptance of those people though, which is necessary when eating in public.  Her one piece of advice to the freshmen class is to keep going.  “Don’t give up.  Find a way to keep yourself involved and motivated.  Personally, I recommend sports but whatever you do, do it well.  High school goes faster than you think.”  Her experiences at WHS have been enjoyable for the most part.  She shares once such moment that happened in her junior year.  She was in Mr. Dyer’s floral class and when her group finished the project they were working on, they took out a deck of cards and started playing a game.  When one girl made a joke that caused another to laugh so hard, she peed her pants.  That caused such a fit of laughter, they all cried, including the girl who had the accident.  That was the funniest moment Kasidee has ever had at WHS.  In fact, her favorite thing about high school is the positive exchanges.  “All the social endeavors that you encounter.  Not only did I make so many friends in my classes but it also expanded into high school swim team as well.”  She does regret not getting involved in the football games more.  “I am very involved in most school activities but sometimes I feel that I will regret all the memories I probably missed along the way, including not getting involved earlier at the football games with my friends.  Those are great social events and I missed out on many of them.”  Attending football games or not, there is not denying that Kasidee has school spirit and the ability to rally anyone around her to join her in celebrating WHS.

          Kasidee is an avid swimmer and has been since she was very young.  “I have been swimming for a long time competitively so not only has it helped me set goals in my life, it has become my passion.  However, I’ve always been a social butterfly so I love hanging out with my friends.”  Those are her two favorite hobbies, one of which will take her very far in life if she keeps it up.  Kasidee will always be remembered for her achievements in the pool and in the classroom.  She is not afraid to take a leadership role and is definitely not a follower.  She has always stood up for what she knows it right and refuses to fall into the normal social expectations of teenagers.  She is her own person and follows her own course.  She is the epitome of positive, productive and professional!  GO WOLVES!!





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