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Important Dates to Remember

Oct 12-17 Homecoming Week

Oct 14 PSAT

Oct 16 Senior Portrait Makeups, Homecoming Game 5:30/7:30

Oct 17 Homecoming Dance

Oct 22 College Application Workshop

Oct 26-30 Spirit Week WHS vs. PHS

Oct 30 End of 2nd Grading Period



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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Homecoming Week 2015

Students Vote to Keep Homecoming at WHS, Parade Added to Activities

There has been some discussion among students about whether Homecoming should take place at WHS this year or moved to PHS due to the use of temporary bleachers. The permanent bleachers have been deemed unsafe and are currently fenced off. 

Staff went into almost all of the 1st period classes Friday morning to present the options to the students. A total of 798 students voted and 65.5% wanted to keep homecoming at WHS with 34.5% wanting to move it to PHS.  The data was then shared with WJUSD Superintendent Dr. Armstrong who reached out to the Board of Trustees. Principal Karrie Sequeira was informed that the students have made the decision and voices were heard. Plans to celebrate Homecoming at Woodland High will proceed.

Homecoming floats will parade along city streets beginning at 1:30 pm Friday, October 16. Students will be dismissed from school at noon.The parade will start from the student parking lot located on Beamer Street. They will go south on California, turn left on Main Street, turn left on West Street, and will make a final left turn on Beamer Street.  The decision to have a parade was made following a meeting with Dr. Armstrong, the City of Woodland, and the Woodland Police Department.



Understanding Your Rights and Working Positively with Your Child's IEP Team

Parents, guardians, or relatives of students who are eligible or may become eligible for Special Education services are invited to attend a dinner, workshop, and CAC meeting Monday, November 2, in the YCOE Conference Center.  Sponsored by the Yolo SELPA Advisory Committee, Understanding Your Rights and Working Positively with Your Child's IEP Team will be presented by Elaine Talley, M.Ed., J.D.

Dinner begins at 5:30 p.m., the workshop is scheduled from 6 - 7 p.m., followed by a CAC meeting from 7 - 8:30 p.m.  The cost is free, but you do need to register with the SELPA office by contacting Lisa.Young@ycoe,org or calling 530 668-3760.  An interpreter will be available for Spanish speaking parents.  YCOE is located at 1280 Santa Anita Ct., Suite 120 in Woodland.  Click here for further information.

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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:

  • Current bleachers have been fenced-in to restrict access
  • Temporary bleachers will be placed on the dirt track (ADA compliant and elevated) to complete the football season
  • A lift will be used to accommodate the absence of a press box
  • Homecoming activities will remain intact with minor adjustments

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.”


School Board Declares October Anti-Bullying Month

Citing the belief that all students have a right to a safe and health school environment, the WJUSD Board of Trustees passed an anti-bullying resolution identifying October as Anti-Bullying Month at a recent meeting.

The resolution identifies the many forms of bullying including, physical bullying, teasing or name-calling, social exclusion, cyber bullying, peer sexual harassment, bullying about race, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity.  Bullying in any form can directly affect a student's health and well-being as well as their educational experience. 

The Board had previously adopted a Bullying Prevention Policy that supports programs and addresses the prevention, intervention, and ultimate elimination of all types of bullying as part of a coordinated safety school policy.

Click here for the entire resolution.

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Thank You Woodland Schools Foundation!!!

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

Lifetouch will be on campus Friday, October 16 for senior portraits. Contact http://shop.prestigeportraits.com as soon as possible if you have not yet made your appointment.  

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


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Start practicing for the 2015/2016 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.

Welcome Back Concert Tonight

The Woodland High School Music Department will be featured in a Welcome Back Concert Tuesday, October 6, in the Woodland High Little Theater at 7 p.m.  Admission is free.  A lasagna dinner prepared by Chef Chic from the Aviator Restaurant in Sacramento will be available for $6 a person from 5:30 - 7 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the band program. 


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 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

Once you log in, you must change your password.  It must have at least 8 characters, include 1 number and have no spaces, capitals, or special characters.  Your School Loop Login is the same as your computer network login.  




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Attn: ALL Students!

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