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Eighth graders reading to primary students

Kindergarten decorates planters for Mother's Day

Kindergarten celebrates Pigeon's birthday!

Eighth grader reading to primary students

Teacher bunnies

St. Patrick's Day at the O'Academy with kindergarten and Mr. O'Leary

Simulated archaeological digs

Kindergarten decorating planters for Mother's Day gifts

Kindergarten using iPods

Eighth grader reading to primary students

Mrs. Libell presenting at the October parent meeting on Common Core

October parent meeting on Common Core

AIU Training Tinkering for Elementary Educators-boat builders

Simulated archaeological digs

Eighth grader reading to primary students

Mrs. Bagwell helps her students decorate Mother's Day planters

Mrs. Endler's music class

Kindergarten using iPods

Simulated archaeological digs

October parent meeting on Common Core

Simulated archaeological digs

Mrs. Endler's music class

Eighth grader reading to primary students

AIU Training Tinkering for Elementary Educators - boat builders

Kindergarten decorating planters for Mother's Day gifts

Kindergarten using iPods

October parent meeting on Common Core

Simulated archaeological digs

Kindergarten using iPods

Mrs. Endler's music class

Mrs. Bagwell helps her students decorate Mother's Day planters

Eighth grader reading to primary students

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Special Start Dates at JR/SR High School

The Woodland Hills Junior/Senior High School will have an adjusted start to the school year for grades 10-12.  Please review the information below:

 

  • Students in grades 7, 8 and 9 only will begin the 2015-2016 school year at regular start times on Wednesday, September 2, 2015. This day has been designated to provide students with a full day of orientation to the Woodland Hills Jr. Sr. High School.  It is at this time students will receive their schedules.
     
  • On Thursday, September 3, 2015 all students, grades 7-12 are to report to school at their regular scheduled times.

Any questions, please contact the JR/SR High School Office 412-244-1100.


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WHSD K-6 Dress Code & District-Wide Start Times

Please review the district-wide K-12 school start times and K-6 dress code which will be in place at Edgewood, Wilkins, Intermediate Center, Academy and Promise Program.  

You can view the building start times by CLICKING HERE.

You can view the dress code by CLICKING HERE.


RED ROBIN FUNDRAISER

Help our school raise money all year long with Burgers for Better Schools! It’s free to join
and easy to participate. All you have to do is become a Red Robin Royalty member, select
our school, and Red Robin will donate 1% of all purchases you make at participating
locations. Learn more at redrobin.com/betterschools


WHSD Comprehensive Plan

To review the WHSD Comprehensive Plan please CLICK HERE.  
(Updated 7/8/2015)


WHHS's 'Drood' earns 6 Kelly Awards

The Woodland Hills High School production of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" brought home six Gene Kelly Awards for Excellance in high school musical theater including the coveted "Best Musical" award for a 10th time.  Woodland Hills has now garnered a record 188 nominations and 97 awards in the 25 year history of the event.  


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Secondary English Department Summer Reading Requirements

Although summer brings a time to relax, have fun, and enjoy the freedom without school schedules, students benefit greatly from participating in a summer reading program. All students experience learning losses during the summer when they do not take part in any educational activities.

Students in ALL English classes, grades 7-12, are required to complete a summer reading assignment, which includes reading(s) and assessment(s).

CLICK HERE for the summer reading list for all high school English classes.


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WHHS is a Bronze Medalist by U.S. News & World Report

Congratulations to Woodland Hills High School on earning their second straight Bronze Medal by U.S. News & World Report.

The U.S. News rankings include data on more than 21,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. Schools were awarded gold, silver, or bronze medals based on their performance on state assessments and how well they prepare students for college. 


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