Important Dates to Remember
Feb 11 Dinner Dance
Feb 13 Lincoln's Birthday - No School
Feb 20 Presidents Day - No School
Feb 14 Concert
Woodland High School
21 N. West St.
Woodland, CA 95695
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Students were met before school recently with signs of positivity, music and cheering at three different entrances to the school. The event was planned by Link Crew and ASB students to welcome students back from Winter Break. Staff members also participated.
It is with Woodland pride we introduce a star among our pack, Marina Anderson. Marina is currently a senior at Woodland High School who plans to attend a college that ...more
WHS Wins Gold!
Michael Monk, WHS Wrestling Coach, congratulates Lalo Velasco for winning the gold medal in the Anderson High School Winter Wrestling Tournament.
Art Show 2016
Beginning to advanced art students displayed their work in the WHS Library Wednesday, December 21.
Alumni/Staff Victorious over WPD
The WHS Alumni/Staff Soccer Team scored 6 points to the Woodland Police Department's 1 in a game played to benefit the WHS Soccer Teams. Mr. Ferguson and Mr. Olmedo both scored goals for the Alumni/Staff Team. Mr. Tamayo was the goalkeeper for the WPD Team.
The WPD team donated $250 to the school's soccer programs.
Mock Congress was in session recently for AP Government students at Woodland High. Students met in the WHS Library for three mornings to present legislation in the hopes of earning enough votes for the bills to be passed on to Mock President (teacher Javier Marin) to be signed in to law.
Veteran's Day Ceremony
Three Woodland High Students took top honors in the American Legion, Yolo Post 77's, Veteran's Day Essay Competition. Luis Leon read his first place entry at Friday's ceremony in front of the former Yolo County Courthouse. Second and third place winners, Hector Martinez and Gloria Gallardo, were also present. All three received cash awards for their efforts.
World Language, Chicano Studies classes and students from La Semilla decorated an altar in the library in preparation for presentations by parents and community members to celebrate Day of the Dead. Festivities concluded with a performance by the WHS Folklorico dancers.
Biochemistry Of Foods students began a series of pumpkin labs recently and had some fun carving Jack O Lanterns with their pumpkins. Later this week the pumpkin seeds will be roasted, the pumpkins cut-up and cooked and then made into pumpkin pies. Out of one pumpkin, each lab group will participate in five different pumpkin activities. The pumpkins were donated by the local Geer Ranch.
Rhea Fabricante, Woodland Public Library's Teen Librarian, and Roshelle Carlson, volunteer, recently visited campus during lunch with the library's new book bikes to distribute free books and share information about the library's programs.
Interested in International Travel?
See Mr. Rocha in Room 405 about this year's trip to Italy.
Help WHS get free money. It's simple, download the SHOPAROO app, scan your receipts, and ASB will receive the funds.
WHS Through the Year
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