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WASC Report 2015-16

Schools are welcome to review our WASC self-study report as a resource.

Dr. Maxwell Shelnutt and Diane Mahan werethe WASC coordinators. 

Contact Karrie Sequeira, principal, with questions, comments, and considerations regarding the WASC self-study process.
 

WASC

 
accredited by western association of schools and collages
 
WASC CRITERIA

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Criteria A : Organization

Criteria A : Organization: Vision and Purpose, Governance, Leadership and Staff, and Resources

Criteria B: Standards-based Student Learning: Curriculum

Criteria C: Standards-based Student Learning: Instruction

Criteria D: Assessment and Accountability

Criteria E: School Culture and Support for Students' Personal and Academic Growth
 
 
EXTENDED ESLRS

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(W)riter, reader, thinker, EXPLORER!
Literate Person/Complex Thinker
 
·         Meets the content and performance standards in all academic and career/technical areas.

·         Produces work that reflects a variety of thinking, reasoning, and problem-solving skills.

·         Selects appropriate informational resources.

·         Questions, analyzes, and evaluates information to create solutions, produce work, and make decisions.

·         Explores opportunities to connect with an inner-spark: sports, art, music, clubs, etc.

(H)ears others and responds appropriately.
Effective Communicator

·         Conveys messages, ideas, thoughts, feelings and beliefs to others through various methods.

·         Demonstrates the ability to implement a variety of communication techniques including written, auditory, visual, electronic, and nonverbal.

·         Listens carefully and responds appropriately.

·         Exhibits self-discipline and personal responsibility.

(S)erious about my future.
Self-Directed, Life-Long Learner

·         Takes responsibility for setting personal and academic goals, both at WHS and beyond. 

·         Creates a plan based on personal, academic, and career goals.

·         Selects, adjusts, monitors, and applies problem solving strategies.

·         Applies learning to real situations.

·         Shows respect for self, and others.
 
 
WHS VISION STATEMENT

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Woodland High School graduates are responsible and involved global citizens who pursue life-long learning. 
 
WHS MISSION STATEMENT

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The mission of Woodland High School is to provide a rigorous and relevant academic and career education for all students, emphasizing high expectations, positive relationships, personal responsibility, and engagement in the community. 
 
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WHS ESLR

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(W)riter, reader, thinker, EXPLORER!

(H)ears others and responds appropriately.

(S)erious about my future.