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Spring Break

April 21 - 25

Office Hours:

Monday, April 21 - closed

Tuesday, April 22 - closed

Wednesday, April 23 - 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Thursday, April 24 - 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Friday, April 25 - 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

School is back in session on April 28!

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Woodland High School

21 N. West St.

Woodland, CA 95695


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




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Parent Info.

Go to this site for some valuable parent resources!


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Summer School Pre-Registration

Summer School is scheduled for June 23 - July 23 at Pioneer High School this year.  Pre-registration will be accepted until May 2. See your counselor to make sure you sign up for the appropriate class.  Registration forms can be turned in to Student Services.

After May 2, walk-in registration will be available at Pioneer High School:

Wednesday, June 18      9 a.m. - 12 p.m. for Seniors

                                        1 p.m. - 4 p.m. for Juniors and Seniors

Thursday, June 19          9 a.m. - 12 p.m. for 9th - 12th graders

                                       1 p.m. - 4 p.m.   9th - 12th graders

Click here for further information in English and Spanish.

Click here for the registrations form.

Puente Students Participate

in Career Panel

Automotive Students Investigate

Career Opportunities

Woodland High School students, teachers and counselors traveled to Sacramento to visit Universal Technical Institute, UTI, on Wednesday, April 9th  to learn about careers in the automotive industry.  WHS teacher, David Trainer organized a field trip for students in his Basic Car Care and Auto Technology ROP classes to learn about educational opportunities after high school.  UTI has teamed up with major car companies such as Toyota, Ford, Chevrolet, Volvo, BMW and Mercedes-Benz to offer industry certifications and credentials plus real word experiences.  Most of the students were from the WHS School of Engineering and Industrial Technology Smaller Learning Community.

WHS Student Wins Trophy

in Speech Competition 

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Selena Morquecho, Beatriz Gutierrez

Selena Morquecho won second place in the Extemporaneous Speech portion of the Fourth Annual Migrant Education Speech and Debate Competition at Woodland Community College March 29.  Over 170 students participated from Woodland, Napa, Reno, Yuba City, Esparto, Davis, Sacramento, Vacaville and Dixon.  This was the first year Woodland High School had a representative in the competition. WHS Spanish Teacher Beatriz Gutierrez explained, "We are very proud of her accomplishment."

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Students Learn Dangers of Drinking and Driving

Students at WHS experienced the Every 15 Minutes program recently.  An announcement was made at the beginning of the day Thursday explaining an overview of the program.  Following the announcement, a heartbeat/flat line played roughly every fifteen minutes as a student was escorted from class by the Grimm Reaper.  This student  “died” in a drunk driving related incident and did not return to classes.  The Grimm Reaper and the selected students gathered near the flagpole each time students changed classes. 

Later in the morning a message played describing a crash. Students were asked to report to Beamer Avenue where a head-on crash scene was staged.  Students saw two cars complete with "injured and deceased" victims. They witnessed the response of the Woodland Fire and Police Departments, ambulance services, Highway Patrol and Reach life flight helicopter as personnel worked feverishly to extricate victims and transport them to local hospitals and the morgue.  The "drunk driver" was arrested by local police after being checked for "injuries."

Friday, students attended an assembly/"funeral service" to reflect on and discuss the effects of drunk driving.  Counselors were available on campus for both day's events if students needed them.


For student use only:

Smarter Balance Practice Test Link:


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School Loop Login

STUDENTS Your School Loop password is always the same as your network password.  See the librarian if you have questions.

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Junior-Senior Prom Tickets Now on Sale.

Please purchase your tickets from Mrs. Walker in the student store.  Ticket prices are as follows:

Couple: $60

Single: $40

Grand March Only: $30




Advance Orders for Graduation 2014 DVD

Click here for form

Message to Parents of Seniors Regarding Graduation

"It’s hard to believe that in just a few short months your child will be graduating from high school.  Accordingly, we are making plans for the June 14, 2014 graduation ceremony.  As in the past, and in keeping with the sense of decorum appropriate for such special occasions, all students will be expected to purchase and wear a cap and gown, if planning to participate in the graduation ceremony. If you are unable to purchase your child’s cap and gown, please contact Mrs. Walker in the student store."


Need to order your cap, gown, announcement or other graduation items?  Go online to www.highschool.herffjones.com

Want to purchase an ad in the yearbook?   Click on the link below, print out the form, and turn it in to Mrs. Walker in the Student Store or Mr. Coppenger in 802

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UC Davis Summer Sessions

UC Davis Summer Session courses offer AP and other high-performing high school students ready for an additional challenge a way to jump-start their general education units.  Taking only one 4 unit course with a reduced class size may ease the transition from high school to a university environment. 

Some of the courses offered include:

  • Beginning Courses in:  Drawing, Painting, Photography, Modern Dance
  • Language Courses in:  Chinese, French, German, Spanish
  • General Chemistry
  • Critical Reasoning
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Introductory Courses in:  Acting, American Studies, Biology, Public Speaking, Literature, Linguistics, Musical Literature, Music Theory, Native American Literature, Philosophy, Sociology
  • Nutrition
  • Elementary Statistics
  • General Psychology
  • Principles of Microeconomics

For further information see your counselor or log in to: http://summer-sessions.ucdavis.edu/


Attn: ALL Students!

Great link for all grades!  Information about going to college



May 3 - National College Fair, San Francisco Cow Palace

May 3 - SAT Exam - Juniors
May 9 - ACT and SAT registration deadline for June exam - Juniors
June 7 - SAT Exam - Juniors
June 14 - ACT Exam - Juniors

Testing at WHS

To see a complete list of College Entrance Exams as well as other tests offered at WHS click here.


Free SAT Prep

Start practicing for the 2014/2015 SAT today with hundreds of previously unreleased Math, Reading, and Writing questions from real SATs and more than 200 videos that show step-by-step solutions to each question.  Click on the link to begin.  www.khanacademy.org/sat

By spring 2015, you’ll have access to state-of-the-art, interactive learning tools that give you deep practice and help you diagnose your gaps. All of this will be created through a close collaboration with the College Board specifically for the redesigned 2016 SAT.


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Free Scholarship Search

College Applications

Did you apply to UC Davis?  Would you like $13, 230?  Check out the application for the Beeghly Merritt scholarship in the list below.

Are you planning to apply to Woodland Community College?  If so, apply for the Foundation Scholarship!! Last year the Foundation awarded 39 scholarships.   You will find a link under Student Services, Scholarships. 


SUBFINDER - (Staff Use Only)

Click Here   for SubFinder


EMPLOYEE E-MAIL (Staff use only)

ATTENDANCE (ABI) - (Teacher Use Only)

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