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Woodinville High School | Care - Respect - Leadership
“We remember those who were called upon to give all a person can give, and we remember those who were prepared to make that sacrifice if it were demanded of them in the line of duty, though it never was. Most of all, we remember the devotion and gallantry with which all of them ennobled their nation as they became champions of a noble cause.” ~ Ronald Reagan

WHS 2020 ASB Food Drive

Our annual food drive for Maltby Food Bank is just around the corner! We would appreciate your help in collecting non-perishable food items to give to our community. Woodinville will be having three drop off days in which you can bring your items directly to the high school. The dates and times are as follows:
  • Wednesday 11/18 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm in the Main Office loop
  • Wednesday 11/25 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm in the Main Office loop
  • Wednesday 12/2 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm in the Main Office loop
To limit contact, we ask that you place the food items in your trunk and then allow a staff member to collect them from there. No one will be allowed out of their vehicles to ensure the health and safety of all. 

Through this food drive, students will have the opportunity to earn National Honor Society hours and class competition points. In order to make this possible, please label your non-perishable food items with the student's first and last name followed by their class (e.g. First Last, Class of 2023). For every 50 items that are donated by students of each class, 10 points will be awarded. Additionally, whichever class donates the most food items, will receive 500 bonus points! Each student will be allowed to obtain a maximum of two Honor Society hours, with 20 items being equivalent to one hour. 

Now, more than ever, it is necessary to donate these food items. There are members of our community who are struggling to feed themselves every day, and with this food drive, we can prevent this from happening. If we all work together, we can help our community members and significantly improve their lives during these troubling times. We hope you will consider donating! Thank you!

NSD Annual Notifications:
Parent/Guardian acknowledgement due Tues, Nov 17

Annually the District provides parents/guardians with notification of forms that must be acknowledged, including:
  • WA State Attendance Letter 
  • Rights and Responsibilities Handbook 
  • Weapons Letter 
  • Student Housing Questionnaire
  • Immunization Record Sharing 
Typically, these forms are included in welcome back packets, but because of COVID-19 they have been moved online to ParentVUE.

We ask that you login to ParentVUE today to view these forms. 
  • If you have never logged into ParentVUE, you will find instructions on how to do so when you click the link above.
  • Please know that when you next login to ParentVUE, you will be prompted to download, read, and take action for each of the forms listed above. 
Additionally, secondary students will be prompted to download, read and acknowledge the Rights and Responsibilities Handbook when they login to StudentVUE. Families with elementary students are encouraged to review the handbook together in ParentVUE with their students.

Please complete these forms by Tuesday, Nov. 17. 

The forms are available in the District’s five most common languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, and Telugu. If you would like to access a paper copy of these forms, please contact your school’s main office.

If you have any questions about these forms, please contact Student Services at (425) 408-7725 or by email at studentsvcs@nsd.org.
Woodinville High School
Virtual Open House
Available on website through November 30!

The virtual classroom doors at Woodinville High School opened for our Falcon Family on Thursday, November 5. This experience provides an opportunity to learn more about your student(s)' individual teachers, with video presentations available for all WHS teachers across every department. The Open House agenda was sent via email to families on November 2.
The WHS Virtual Open House will remain posted throughout the month of November so our Falcon Families can revisit it at their convenience!
Mental Health Week: November 16-20 
The WHS ASB Mental Health Committee has organized Mental Health Week which will take place November 16th through 20th. Mental health is so important and, especially in times like these, the Falcon Family wants to be there for our students, connect them with our new mental health counselor, Ms. Kakalecik, and overall just show support, even from a distance.

ASB is also starting a project called "Say What You Want to Hear" for students to help each other by anonymously writing about their challenges, coping methods, and ways to open up. The committee will be posting mainly through the @woodinville_asb Instagram account throughout Mental Health Week, as well as on the WHS "Mental Health Matters" webpage, published by Ms. Kakalecik, that is found under Counseling on the homepage. 

Should you have any questions, please reach out to Activities Director Kurt Melton at kmelton@nsd.org or to Ms. Kakalecik at christinekakalecik@nsd.org.

Message from your WHS Counselors

Counselors have been engaged in many conversations with students lately and noticed a few themes that center around: students feeling overwhelmed and anxious about their schoolwork and keeping up with assignments. We are also hearing that some students are not feeling motivated and therefore, not engaging with their classes. We recognize and honor that these are unique times in education that can create anxiety and avoidance responses.  
We want you to know that you are not alone and that there are steps that can help students in each of these situations:
  • Attend class and turn on your video - teachers want to see your faces and can better be able to know what you are experiencing when they can see your face. Attendance can help you to feel more connected with the material and will help when you sit down to do your homework. Social connections (even via Zoom) are important right now. 
  • Communicate that you are struggling. Communication might look like emailing your teacher or your counselor to ask for help, staying after class, or attending a teacher office hour. It might mean talking to your best friend for some words of encouragement. What about opening up to mom and dad about what you are feeling? Communication might even mean asking to be connected with a mental health counselor. These are unprecedented times and there is no need for us to feel isolated in our struggles. Let's talk about it! 
  • Create a balanced routine. Humans are creatures of habit. Create a routine that works best for you. Work best after a healthy meal or exercise? Make sure you are building time into your routine to do activities that help keep you energized, healthy, and happy. Sleep is important to your growing brains- do your best to know when to turn off the lights and go to sleep.
  • Celebrate your successes. Give yourself permission to watch a funny video after you complete a really challenging assignment. Brag to your family how you were able to tackle 2 of your missing assignments on your "to do" list. Be proud that you attended the class that you were dreading today.
We are here for you! Please do not hesitate to reach out to your counselor or teachers for support. 
College & Career Center:

Our seniors have been busy during this college admission season! Here are admission stats for the Class of 2021 to date:
  • 461 initial transcripts have been submitted via Naviance (up from 405 the week before) This statistic does not include what counselors have sent through Common Application or Coalition, which would increase this number. 
  • 32.6% of the seniors have applied to colleges (up from 30.7% on 11/06)
  • There are currently 836 active college applications in Naviance. 
Counselors continue to support seniors by writing letters of recommendation and by submitting school reports and transcripts. If you are feeling stuck with an application or you are not sure of your post-grad plan yet, please reach out to your counselor for support. Counselors are hosting another Apps and Chats Zoom Room session on Wednesday, 11/18 from 11-Noon. We look forward to connecting with you!

We hope you enjoyed a relaxing day off on Wednesday and are taking time amongst your studies to get outside to exercise, to spend time with your families, and to get away from your room for a bit. As highlighted above, it's import that you are talking about how you are feeling and to get your stress out. Reach out to your counselor or check out our mental health counselor, Christine Kakalecik's page at: https://sites.google.com/view/mentalhealthcounselingwhs/home for more resources and for referral options. 
Our Zoom Rooms are open! We want to connect with you:
ACT/SAT Testing
For information regarding testing, please refer to the College Board or ACT websites at collegeboard.org or act.org.  SAT testing on December 5th at WHS has been canceled. We can hope for testing in March but won't know definitively until early 2021.  Please note that many colleges do not require or consider ACT/SAT scores as they conduct a holistic review of incoming freshmen applications.  We highly recommend that seniors refer to the college website for specifics admission requirements.

Your WHS School Counselors

First Quarter Grades
Progress Reports will be mailed out with first quarter grades approximately November 17. If you have concerns about your student’s grades, the first point of contact is the student’s teacher. The end of first semester is January 22 which still gives plenty of time to help your student get back on track.
If you have had an address change, please contact our office as soon as possible to ensure you receive your student’s grades. If you have any questions regarding address changes or updates, please contact our Student Information Specialist, Denise Schwans, at dschwans@nsd.org.
Reflections Info

Scholarship Foundation of Northshore

Northshore students are invited to explore scholarships they are eligible for and to apply! Applications open November 16, 2020. For more information and to search their scholarships, please visit their website at  https://sf-ns.org/ 

Senior Ads Are Due December 16!

Class of 2021!
WHS Senior Yearbook Ad Instructions Are Available Online!

Class of 2021 
Class rank available! 
To maintain confidentiality and for efficiency purposes, we’ve created a Google form for you to fill out and submit for your class rank. 
Once you complete the Google form, you will receive an e-mail response, within 24 hours, from Mr. Schoen with your official class rank and class size. 
Students are responsible for filling out the Google form. You must have an @apps.nsd.org email account to complete the Google form:
Your WHS Counselors, 
Ms. Miller, Ms. Lamb, Mr. Churchill, Mr. Hirsch, Ms. Brenner, Mr. Schoen, & Ms. Gerlinger

Apply for Free & Reduced Price Meals Today!

While Northshore is currently providing free meals, this support is made possible by temporary USDA funding. If this funding changes, the District may be required to charge families based on their current eligibility for meals. Have you applied for free and reduced-price meals this year?

If your family qualified last year, you need to reapply this year to ensure that your student receives free or reduced price meals once the current free meals program ends. It is important to apply today so that your eligibility status doesn’t lapse. If an application was not in process for a returning student by October 14, 2020, the student’s account was automatically transferred to a paid account the next school day. Please know that the number of eligible students for free and reduced price meals connects to the District’s Title I funding, which provides additional support at schools to help students succeed. Additionally, if your family income has decreased, you may be eligible for free or reduced-price school meals.

In addition to receiving free or reduced-price meals, your eligibility also provides
  • Reduced fee for Camp Cedar Spring
  • Reduced fee for PSAT and Advanced Placement Testing
  • Reduced fee for sports/athletics
  • Reduced fee for summer school
  • Access to Backpack Program, which provides backpacks and school supplies
  • Access to Operation School Bell, which provides clothes and personal products
To find out if you are eligible and to apply online visit our website.  
School Lunch Information
NSD is offering free meals for all children ages 18 and younger.
Students do not need to be enrolled in the Northshore School District to receive meals. NSD requires that all families wear a mask and maintain physical distancing when picking up their meals. Thank you for helping to keep our drivers and families safe.
For more information, visit the NSD Website.
Student Work Permit Signatures!
Is your student working this year and in need of their Work Permit Signed? If so, please have them contact their WHS Counselor via email and they can help get this signed for them.

WHS Counseling email addresses can be found on the WHS Homepage under Counseling.

Technology Support


Visit the WHS Tech Support page for technology information regarding Clever, Schoology devices, login/password information, and support!

NSD Support Hotline
425-408-7669 or Email WHStech@nsd.org
or visit NSD Technology & Learning Support

It's never too late to request a device for distance learning! Complete the NSD Device Request Form to start the process!
Questions? Families can e-mail WHStech@nsd.org or call 425-408-7669 for technology support.

New Student Login Information & Student Password Resets

If a student has lost their password and need it reset or need help signing in to any NSD accounts, email the Library dgarcia@nsd.org or hlundberg@nsd.org for assistance. Students are automatically assigned an account with their standard district issued username and password. Students new to WHS should email the LIBRARY at dgarcia@nsd.org and learn about all the TECHNOLOGY options available to them. See the WHS Tech Support page on how to log in for the first time!
Automatic Attendance Calls Resumed
Monday, November 2

Automatic Attendance Calls resumed Monday, November 2. This means if your student is marked absent for the day in any class, we would notify the parent or guardian that same evening of the absence. This is an important tool to help your student be successful in all of their classes.

As always, we still want you to call or preferably email the Attendance Office to report an excused absence for your student at whsattendance@nsd.org or 425-408-7410. If you find that the absence reported might be a mistake, please have your student reach out to their teacher first and then, if needed, the Attendance Office.

FGIC Tackle Cancer Apparel Line! 

Falcon Gridiron Club has an online store setup with Woodinville gear where the net proceeds will help fight cancer!    

Tackle Cancer Apparel Line:

If you wish to support the Tackle Cancer program by direct donation, please go to this link: 
GO Falcons!

Woodinville Turkey Trot

In addition to the 5K and 5 mile distances, check out the NEW 3K Calorie Challenge. Complete 31 miles in the next 20 days to earn a medal and your Thanksgiving dinner! Proceeds benefit the Woodinville Wrestling Booster Club and FAB supporting Cross Country.

Volunteer Applications

Do you plan to volunteer in your student's virtual classroom or support our free meal program? Make sure to get your online volunteer application and background check in now! By completing your online volunteer application, you will also receive bi-monthly important updates for all volunteers.

Student Celebrations!

WHS Debate Team Places at Seattle Academy Invitational!
The Woodinville Debate Team competed in the Seattle Academy Invitational the weekend of November 7 under the leadership of Advisors Aneet Bains and Parker Dahl!
  • Wesley Gerrish and Mariam Kazmi absolutely crushed it, and it came down to the two of them in the final round of the junior Lincoln Douglas debate. Mariam took first place and Wesley took second place!
  • Allan Xuan competed in the Novice Lincoln Douglas and broke into quarterfinals, which was an amazing feat for his first tournament!
  • Tyler Samdal, Grant Sundstrom, and Tessa Han put up a good fight in Novice Public Forum, winning two out of their five rounds!
Congratulations to these students on their accomplishments!


Stay up-to-date by viewing the Calendar on the website homepage 
11/5-11/30:   WHS Virtual Open House available on website
11/16-11/20: Mental Health Week
11/17:           NSD Parent/Guardian & Student Form Sign Off Due
11/18:           Talon Time: All students attend, 1:25-1:55pm
11/18:           Senior Class  Apps & Chats 11a-12p
11/18:           WHS ASB 2020 Food Drive Drop Off, Main Office Loop, 12-2pm

11/18:           NSSF Class of 2021 College Workshop, 6p  
11/20:           Talon Time: By scheduled meeting, 1:25-1:55pm
11/21:           NSSF Class of 2021 College Workshop, 11a 
11/21:           HSF College Camp, 9a 

11/25:           WHS ASB 2020 Food Drive Drop Off, Main Office Loop, 12-2pm
11/26-27:     Thanksgiving Break

12/02:           Senior Class  Apps & Chats 11a-12p
12/02:           WHS ASB 2020 Food Drive Drop Off, Main Office Loop, 12-2pm
12/1-18:        Final 2020-21 Yearbook Sales Window, $45
12/09:            Lockheed Martin Women in Engineering Event, 1:30-3:30p  
12/16:           Yearbook Senior Ads Due
12/16:           Senior Class  Apps & Chats 11a-12p
12/21-1/1:     Winter Break
06/16:           Class of 2021 Commencement Ceremony, 7pm

Veterans Day
Recognition Assembly 2020

Join us in thanking all of our service men and women, both past and present, by watching this video made by WHS ASB, viewed by students today during Talon Time Advisory.

Talon Time Advisory: Next Week Tues, 11/17 & Fri, 11/20, 1:25-1:55pm

Tuesday, 11/17:
ALL students are scheduled to attend Advisory
 for on Tuesday, November 17, 1:25-1:55 p.m. 
Attendance will be taken for all grade levels. Advisors will provide Zoom links for their students.
Friday, 11/20:  
ALL students
 can schedule to meet with their advisor or advisors can request and schedule students to attend from 1:25-1:55 p.m. for support.  Advisors will provide Zoom links for their students who schedule to meet or are scheduled by advisors to meet.
The only students who will be marked absent from Advisory on Friday the 30th are:
  • Students who schedule to meet with their advisor and do not show; or 
  • Students scheduled by an advisor to meet and do not show

HSF College Camp programs
Taking place via Zoom

This is a FREE, bilingual, webinar for students in 6th – 12th grade, and their families, where they will receive valuable information about how to prepare, plan, and pay for a college education!  
HSF College Camp is tailored to address the needs of ALL middle and high school students, and their parents. Families can choose to receive information in either English or Spanish. People of all ethnicities and backgrounds are encouraged to attend.
The curriculum will be presented by subject-matter experts and will cover topics including:
Preparing for and applying to college
  • Researching financial aid and scholarship opportunities
  • Understanding the real cost of a college education
  • Maximizing the college experience
  • Preparing for a career after college
Additionally, the webinar will feature a panel with Admissions and Financial Aid representatives from varying universities.
This event is FREE and open to the public; however, space is limited. There will be two identical sessions:
  • Saturday, November 21, 2020, 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
For further event details and to register to attend, please visit: bit.ly/hsfcollegecamp. Registration will close once capacity has been reached. 

For Spanish speakers, feel free to download the Spanish Information Flyer.

Lockheed Martin’s Women in Engineering Event
New Date: Wed., Dec 9, 1:30-3:30pm

Your student is invited to Lockheed Martin’s Women in Engineering event! The event will take place Wednesday, 12/9 from 1:30-3:30pm.

 The presentation includes:
  • A video demonstration of how laser weapon systems work
  • A fun virtual activity / competition
  • Break out rooms to engage with engineers from Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin Corporation is an American aerospace, defense, arms, security, and advanced technologies company. This is a great opportunity for young women who are interested in STEM.

To register for this event, please contact Estela Gerlinger. We have 10 spots available for this event and students will be registered on a first-come, first-served basis. Students must contact Ms. Gerlinger prior to December 4, 2020 in order to sign up for this exciting opportunity. A link to the zoom will be provided closer to the event. 

Free NSSF College Planning Workshops for 2021 Seniors

Feeling stressed about your plans for next year? Not sure how to apply to college and get the money you need to afford it?  Join us for A Senior’s Guide to College Planning and receive support and resources for a successful college application process.  In these free workshops we will cover choosing colleges to apply to, how to prepare a successful college application, and financial aid.

Chose one workshop or choose them all.
  • Wednesday, Nov 18th at 6pm – College Applications 102: Personal Statements & Scholarships – https://nsdfcollege102.eventbrite.com
  • Saturday, Nov 21st at 11am- Affording College: How to submit your FAFSA/WASFA  – https://nsdfcollegefinance.eventbrite.com
For complete information, please visit the Northshore Schools Foundation website.

WHS Website Translation
Traducción de sitios web de WHS

The WHS website (and Daily Bulletin) can be translated into hundreds of different languages by clicking the "Translate" drop down above the "Athletics" tab on the website homepage.
El sitio web de WHS se puede traducir a cientos de idiomas diferentes haciendo clic en el menú desplegable "Traducir" que se encuentra sobre la pestaña "Atletismo" en la página de inicio del sitio web.
Obtenga más información sobre la traducción de sitios web.

Power or Internet Outage - What To Do

We understand that weather incidents may cause a loss of power when students and staff are engaged in distance learning. Our district's Technology, Northshore Learns, and Communications teams collaborated with educators to develop a plan for notifications about power outages, access to service, and how everyone can prepare ahead of time to adjust and continue learning. Please visit our website to learn what to do if your power goes out or if your teacher's power goes out.

 Washington's K-12 Internet   Access Program: Check Eligibility for Free Internet Access 

Having reliable connectivity to the internet is critical for your student’s success during distance learning. The state recognizes this need, and has partnered with Ziply Fiber and Comcast/Xfinity to create Washington’s K–12 Internet Access Program, which gives eligible families free internet access so your student can connect to online learning from home.

This internet access opportunity will provide you with faster, stronger and more reliable connectivity than hotspots or tethering to mobile devices, which will better support your student. If eligible, your free internet access is available through June 30, 2021.
Complete information and the steps to check elegibility, can be found on the Woodinville High School Website.
Navigating Internet Issues during NSL 3.0

If at any time your student is unable to log in to classes due to an internet outage, we encourage you to contact your service provider. We have listed some of the local providers below. You will need to log in to your provider's site to see a map of outrages.

Xfinity Status Center
Phone: 1-800-934-6489
Wave Broadband:
Wave Broadband Support
Phone: 1-866-928-3123
Verizon Service Outage Information
Phone: 1-800-922-0204

Ziply Service Outage Status
Phone: 1-866-699-4759

If you have issues with logging into Clever/Schology or issues with a District provided device, please contact our District Family Technology Helpline at 425-408-7669.
NSD Communications Department

Update Your Contact Information

Families are encouraged to take a few minutes to check their contact information, including phone numbers and email addresses. We use parent/guardian email addresses to create school mailing lists. The District also uses email as a tool for sharing important, and sometimes urgent, information with families. Automated phone calls are sent to families with safety and emergency messages.

You can check your contact information in ParentVUE.  For questions, please contact Attendance Secretary and WHS Online Parent Resource Coordinator Kim Benedict at whsattendance@nsd.org.
To update any information, please fill out this form and return it to our registrar Denise Schwans at dschwans@nsd.org

WHS 2020-21 Clubs

Building Our Falcon Community this School Year!

We are so excited for our students to join all the exciting clubs Woodinville has to offer. Here at WHS, students will find clubs ranging from a wide variety of interests, and WHS ASB has a lot in store for students to meet all these different clubs. 

Below, through students' NSD Google account, they will find a link to a document with flyers from every Woodinville High School club. These flyers will have a brief description of each club as well how to contact said club. Along with the flyers there is also a master list with every club and easily accessible contact information:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1n_xSSB6uaLNthk5EhsGZJdR08yfQEwsbmDP1t2HYW-A/edit?usp=sharing 
The Club Contact List can also be found on the WHS Activities website.
Lastly, in order to join a club students should fill out the Google form here: https://forms.gle/hBuNEvjNv7itgV1V9

This form will act as an intent to join form for all clubs at Woodinville High School. By filling out this form and providing personal information students are allowing club representatives to reach out at a later date with information on how to become a member and with updates on meetings and events. 

We’re excited to build our Falcon community this school year!

Best, Woodinville ASB 

WHS Class of 2021
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Sports Information

FinalForms registration is OPEN for the 20-21 athletic seasons. You can register for fall (season 3), winter (season 2) and/or spring (season 4) sports at the same time.

Required PRIOR to Participation in Athletics
In order to participate in athletics, a FinalForms registration must be completed by both parent and student and a current sports physical must be on file with the WHS Athletic Office. Sports physicals are good for two years from the exam date. 
Visit our Register for Athletics page for more information and to register on FinalForms

If you have any questions, are having issues registering on FinalForms, or need to check on a physical expiration date, please email Renae Hector, WHS Athletic Secretary, at rhector@nsd.org

Optional Student Insurance
As a service, NSD is providing information regarding optional student accident and health insurance coverage administered by Myers-Stevens & Toohey, Inc. These low cost plans are distributed by many districts across Washington. Although they are not the only provider of this type of coverage, they have been recommended by our Washington Schools Risk Management Pool.

Mental Health Matters!
If you or a loved one are in a mental health crisis, call the King County Crisis Line at 206-461-3222, text HELLO to 741741, dial 911, or go to the nearest Emergency Room. 

Learn more about mental health resources.
Students in need of financial support?
Please contact your school counselor

WHS counselors have access to community resources to support families who could use a grocery card, help with school fees/supplies or other basic needs.  Please contact your School Counselor if they can help during this challenging time.  There is no qualifying factor and is confidential. Please don't hesitate to ask. 

Threads and Treads: Free quality donated clothing for school age youth, teens, young adults, and parents

Threads and Treads provides Northshore families free, quality donated clothing for school age youth, teens, young adults, and parents. Clothing items include: school-appropriate clothing for the school day and special events, sportswear, shoes, and accessories. All families in need of clothing assistance are welcome to shop each month for three to five outfits and school event attire.
Threads and Treads will be open for shopping every Wednesday 3 - 6 p.m. for Northshore School District families at Canyon Park Middle School, 23723 23rd Ave SE, Bothell, WA 98021
More about Threads and Treads
InvestED is a 501 (c) (3) organization that provides funding to support the efforts of secondary schools throughout Washington State. They partner with 660 schools and assist more than 16,500 students with small amounts of short-term, item-specific, need-based funding – items such as shoes, coats, glasses, sports equipment, and academic fees. Their mission is to provide immediate help for students in need. Their goal is to encourage students to stay in school, return to school, or get involved within their learning community.
You can help students in the WHS learning community by adopting WHS in InvestED’s “Adopt a School” Program.
Parent and Student Resources
Daily Bulletin:
Along with the E-News, the Daily Bulletin keeps our students/families informed and up-to-date on the news, events, and celebrations happening here at WHS. The Daily Bulletin is posted daily under Our School > Daily Bulletin.
Staff Directory:
Are you trying to obtain contact information for your student’s teachers or counselors?
Visit the WHS Staff Directory under “Our School” > “School Staff Directory” from the website homepage.
Daily Schedules 2020-21
Community Assitance

During the COVID-19 outbreak, out community has come together to provide assistance to families in need. 
Learn More
WHS Office Staff Working Remotely
During this time, the Woodinville High School offices are working remotely. Expect a response to emails and phone calls within 2 business days. We're "here" and look forward to assisting you!

General questions: whsoffice@nsd.org
Attendance: whsattendance@nsd.org
Payments/Fines/Fees: whsasb@nsd.org
Enrollment: rporter2@nsd.org
Registrar: dschwans@nsd.org
Technology Support: WHSTech@nsd.org
Learn More
WHS E-News from the Principal
"One Falcon, One Family"

November 13, 2020
Volume 10, Issue 10
Office Hours:

During this time, the Woodinville High School offices are operating on
intermittent office hours and working remotely.
Expect a response to emails and phone calls within 2 business days.
We're "here" and look forward to assisting you!

425.408.7400 Fax 425.408.4702

Our secretaries are here to help you:
Carolyn Moriarty, Office Manager, Ext. 7401 cmoriarty@nsd.org
Jenn Diaz, Main Office Secretary, Ext. 7403 whsoffice@nsd.org
Nicki Kongkarat, ASB/Bookkeeping/Cashier, Fine/Fee Payment, Ext. 7504 whsasb@nsd.org
Roberta Porter, Counseling Office Manager, Ext. 7418 rporter2@nsd.org
Denise Schwans, Student Info Specialist/Registrar, Ext. 7515 dschwans@nsd.org
Kim Benedict, Attendance Secretary, Ext. 7410 whsattendance@nsd.org
Renae Hector, Athletics Secretary, Ext. 7491 rhector@nsd.org

The mission of Woodinville High School is to become a community of learners, providing a safe and encouraging environment for developing the mind, body, and spirit.
GO Falcons!

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