Important Dates to Remember
May 26 Community Forum Regarding SBAC Test Scores
May 28 End of Year Concert
May 30 Country for Coaches
Seniors attending college next year need to send the final transcript by filling out a form in the registrar’s office now. It will be sent to your college when the final grades and grad date are posted. This is not done automatically.
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 CORNER
Cross Country Meeting Today
Anyone at all interested in joining cross country next fall MUST attend a mandatory meeting today,Thursday, at lunch in room #906.
Open House and Science Fair
Science Fair projects were highlighted at last week's Open House at Woodland High School. The gym and Commons were filled with student scientific investigations. Prizes were awarded for outstanding entries.
Lil' Lady Wolves Basketball Camp
Girls in Grades 4 - 8 are eligible to attend Basketball Camp in the WHS Gym this summer to practice fundamental skills. Two sessions are scheduled from June 16 - 18 and from July 7 - 9. Click here for further information.
First WHS Soccer Champions Ever!
WHS Varsity Baseball Are TCC League Champs!
The WHS Varsity Baseball Team took the TCC League Championship from Yuba City this year, who had won for the last 8 years. The Varsity team played their best year since 2006 with a 20 - 8 record. WHS had the best record in the Sac-Joaquin and Northern California leagues this year with a 17 game winning streak. Congratulations, Wolves!
Congratulations, Mrs. Mishra!
Woodland Baseball Summer Academy
The Woodland Baseball Club is sponsoring a summer academy for students ages 6 - 14 who are serious about baseball. Players will begin to develop proper mechanics for a variety of skills, including throwing, catching, hitting, bunting, base running, and defensive position play. Woodland High baseball staff will be the instructors. Click here for further information.
A Day at the Capitol
Students Lobby Assemblymen
WHS students explored the California State Capitol Building as part of Latina Action Day sponsored by Hispanas Organized for Political Equality The girls lobbied Assemblymen Brian Dahle and Kevin McCarty on behalf of SB4 which would provide health care for all Californians, regardless of citizenship status and documentation. They also encouraged the legislators to vote for SB15, which would provide additional funding for the UC/CSU system for grants and to prevent increases in tuition rates. The girls took a private tour of the Assembly floor, seeing first-hand where bills are debated and passed through on their way to becoming state laws.
Student Advocacy Class Learns Creative Expression
The Student Advocacy Class traveled to UC Davis with the ASSETS Program to the SAYS (Sacramento Area Youth Speaks) Slam. They spent the day developing skills to express themselves through poetry, rap, and dance. They worked with their peers from all over the Sacramento area, attending college and writing workshops.
Memories of Prom 2015
WHS Experiments Earn Top Three Awards
Three out of seven Woodland High Students earned top honors at the UC Davis Aggiementors Science Fair recently. Diana Gomez took 1st place for Steroid Analysis of Human Saliva: Testosterone: a New Way to Identify Gender. Bridget Linney took 2nd place with Design of an Instrument to Investigate the Effects of Ionizing Radiation of Quartz Glass Structure. Bailey Humes took 3rd place for Microbial Community of Artificial and Real Leaves.
With great pleasure, Woodland High School presents to you our new Star Student, Heriberto Melgoza. Heriberto is a senior at Woodland High School who will be attending ...more
Learning By Doing
Woodland High School students joined nearly 100 other local students at a Science Extravanga Saturday at UC Davis. They learned how to make ice cream in a plastic bag, observed properties of energy, made and launched rockets, and explored the strength of various materials including glass.
Rotary Speech Winners
Ninth grader Christopher Clavelli and tenth grader Jamie Schneider of Woodland High, pictured in the center above, were both winners in the Rotary 4-Way Speech Contest at the Davis Memorial Veterans Center recently.
Puente Students Share with Seniors
Mrs. Rockey's 10th Grade Puente English students recently interviewed residents of St. John's Village and shared their "I Am" poems.
WHS, Lee Win in Migrant Ed Competition
Woodland High School and Lee Middle School students won top prizes recently in the annual Region 2 Migrant Ed Speech and Debate Competition at Woodland Community College. Woodland High School students Selena Morquecho, junior, won 1st place in extemporaneous speech, while freshman Gustavo Gasca placed third for prepared speech.
Lee Middle School 7th graders, Brenda Perez, Luis Garcia and Erick Ramirez received 1st Place for debate team. They all competed against students from Sacramento, Reno, Santa Rosa, Yuba City, Oroville, Davis, Dixon, and Woodland's Pioneer High School and Douglass Middle School. The Lee students will move on to a state competition in May.
Girl's Basketball Team Awarded Grant
The Lady Wolves basketball team was recently awarded the Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant from California Causality. The funds will be allocated towards new uniforms which have not been purchased in nearly a decade.
Rookies Take First Place, Fundraise to Compete for National Championship!
Digital Minds 5458, a rookie team of Woodland and Pioneer High School students, won the FIRST Sacramento Regional Robotics Competition and the Rookie All Star Award last weekend. FIRST stands for For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology. Its mission is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by having them participate in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technology skills. The team is now automatically qualified to go to the FIRST National Championship Competition in St. Louis.
Digital Minds 5458 competed with 60 teams, including 5 rookie teams. They need to raise $15,000 to $20,000 for travel expenses and accommodations. Five thousand dollars or a "promise to pay" letter are due Tuesday, March 24. A gofundme account has been started for the team's expenses. Click here to donate.
Congratulations to Woodland Wolves and Pioneer Patriots for your hard work and dedication!
WHS Through the Year
Is AVID for You?
AVID stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination and is a regularly scheduled elective class that prepares students in the middle, with academic potential, for success in advanced high school classes and in college. Click here for further information and and and application.
New ASB Fundraiser
Snap a picture of any receipt for anything and a portion of the purchase price will be donated back to WHS. Click here for details. Our goal is to reach 1500 supporters by the end of September. Only 1481 to go! Check back here to watch our progress.
SCHOOL LOOP LOGIN
STUDENTS: Your School Loop log in is the same as your network log in. See the librarian if you need help.
Any medication currently at school must be picked up by an adult before June 10, 2015. Any medication left at school after June 10, 2015 will be discarded.
If you are planning to have medication at school next year for your child, a new medication authorization form must be filled out by the Doctor and signed by parent and Doctor. Any medication to be taken at school must be in the original prescription bottle.
Jennifer Sheehan, RN, School Nurse
Graduation DVD's Orders
Pre-orders are now being taken for this year's graduation ceremony scheduled for Saturday, June 6. Click here for the order form.
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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.
TEST PREP AND OTHER RESOURCES
FREE SAT PREP
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