SENIORS - CLASS OF 2023

IMPORTANT INFO FOR OCTOBER 2022

October 10, 2022 - Monday, JOSTENS CAP & GOWN INFO - WHS Main Gym, Senior Class meeting during CLC 1:55-2:20 (students only).

October 27, 2022 - Thursday, WHS Commons - JOSTENS CAP & GOWN parent/student info night during conferences (2:00 pm - 6:00 pm open house info for Jostens).

IMPORTANT INFO FOR NOVEMBER 2022

November 1, 2022 - Tuesday, WHS Student Services - JOSTENS CAP & GOWN Q&A during student lunch 12:06-12:41, follow up from Jostens info night.

November 15, 2022 - Tuesday, BELL STUDIOS - SENIOR PORTRAITS, 9:00 am - 11:45 am. Students are asked to wear solid black shirts/sweater/dress shirt, NO PRINTS and NO head wear. This is a composite picture of the Class of 2023. These photos will be used by our local newspapers for their senior sections that run in the spring. This picture can also be used for their portrait in the school yearbook if they do not submit a photo. Each student will be asked to follow the dress guidelines above and asked to pay $10 to the office in return they will receive a group picture at the end of the year in their graduation envelope.

The office will have a few clothing options for those who forget or need clothing to meet the guideline. A large picture will hang in our WHS Commons. Running Start & Cascadia Tech students go straight to the Aux Gym when convenient during this time frame, Running Start students may arrive at 8:45. 

MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON. Information and deadlines will be posted as they become available!

DEADLINE - Senior Baby Ads for the Yearbook DUE January 9th, 2023 (see the Yearbook page for more details https://www.woodlandschools.org/page/117) 1/4 page for $65 (3 pictures), 1/2 page for $110 (5 pictures), full page for $185 (7 pictures).

DEADLINE - for submitting your OWN PROFESSIONAL SENIOR PORTRAIT is January 31st, 2023!

TEXT IN GREEN - BEING UPDATED AS SOON AS INFO BECOMES AVAILABLE (BELOW IN GREEN IS OLD INFO, INFO WILL BE IN RED OR BLACK FOR CURRENT INFO)

Mr. VanCleef is collecting pictures for the senior slide show.  

He would like six (6) pictures total.                 

 #1. The pictures are school appropriate. The pictures cannot show            beer bottles, cigarettes, or any items that are illegal or inappropriate.    

 #2. One picture must be a senior picture, or a recent picture, so                     everyone viewing the slideshow will recognize the person in the   following pictures.

Your classmates would like to see not only baby pictures, but also pictures of you growing up throughout the years.

If you do not have a senior picture yet, please send in all the other pictures. It is much easier to add just one picture than six.

All of the pictures are due Friday May 21th. You have several options to submit your pictures.                                                                     

  1. Send them in an email:vancleek@woodlandschools.org.                     
  2. Place them on a CD and bring them to the school. Please place the   students name on the CD so it can be returned.                                     
  3. 3. If you have pictures, place them in an envelope with your name on the outside. Mr. VanCleef will treat the pictures with due caution. After they are scanned, he will return them as soon as possible. 

To earn a Woodland High School Diploma, a student must accomplish three tasks:

  1. Earn at least 24 credits and pass all required classes
  2. Show academic competency on through one of the different assessment options as outlined in this document.
  3. Complete a Culminating Project as well as a High School and Beyond Plan

Woodland High School operates on a two semester system with four grading periods. Semester grades are given after the second and fourth quarters. Those semester grades are the marks recorded on student transcripts and are the permanent grades for courses taken.

The high school runs on a six period day, with an advisory period. Students can earn 6.5 credits in a year. Please see the following pages for the required classes for your graduation year.

It is a policy of the Woodland School District that to receive a Woodland High School diploma a student must be enrolled in the high school for at least their final semester prior to completing graduation requirements.