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in life to celebrate.” ~Oprah Winfrey

PSAT, SAT, & Grade-Level Activity Day: Wed, October 12

Next Wednesday, October 12 is our PSAT, SAT, & Grade-Level Activity Day here at WHS! We will operate on ERW Schedule #11.
  • An informational phone call and email went to students, parents, and guardians Thursday evening, October 6 with details regarding testing day logistics and information.
  • In the building, details have been posted in the Daily Bulletin and on the TV screens for students, as well. 
  • Please pay special attention to the location where each grade level will go on Wednesday morning to determine their specific room assignments either for testing or grade-level activities.
  • Our pre-registered SAT testing seniors received email communication yesterday from Total Registration regarding logistics.
  • The PSAT Student Guide was distributed by our counselors in English class periods to students this past Wednesday and Thursday.
All the details communicated to students and families on October 6 can be found under News & Events on the WHS homepage
If you should have specific testing questions about your student, please reach out to your student's counselor.

All our students should get a good night’s sleep on Tuesday, eat a healthy breakfast Wednesday, and come to school looking forward to an engaging day!

GO Falcons!

WHS Homecoming 2022!

Homecoming Dance, Sat, 10/15, 8-11p
WHS Commons

Tickets on sale Tues, Oct 11 - Fri, Oct 14

Woodinville High School ASB is excited to announce “An Evening in Athens” themed Homecoming dance on Saturday, October 15 from 8-11p! The dance will include an out of this world DJ production and dance floor, along with stunning décor, photo booths, games, and food trucks!
Homecoming Spirit Week, Oct 10-15
Spirit Week Themes!
  • Mon, 10/10: Groutfit – Rock your grey outfit!
  • Tues, 10/11: Crocs and Socks – Shock ‘em with your crocs and socks!
  • Wed, 10/12: Decade Day – Wear your best gear from your favorite decade!
  • Thurs, 10/13: Tropical Day – Chillax in your Island style!
  • Fri, 10/14: Class Colors – Rep your class spirit! (Fr = Black; Soph = Green; Jr = Navy; & Sr = White)
Homecoming Football Game

Fri, 10/14: Falcon Football competes vs. Bothell High School on Friday, October 14 at Pop Keeney Stadium! Kick off is at 7 p.m.!

Message from your WHS Counselors

October is National Bullying Awareness Month!  
  • When you see someone being bullied, be brave and STAND UP for them. Bullies have been known to back off when others stand up for victims.
  • If you don’t feel safe, get help from an adult immediately. Be part of the solution -- not the problem!
  • It’s a time to see everyone’s differences and celebrate their similarities: Whether students are LGBTQIA+, African American, Asian, Muslim, AAPI, of Tribal descent, or disabled...make friends. 

As we get more into the school year with classes, clubs, sports, etc. students
are starting to find and make their routines and establish priorities. With all the busy-ness happening we want to encourage you to check in with your student about what's going on in their classes, homework, and how the year is starting off. If your student is struggling in a particular class, the best place to start is with them talking to their teacher. Here are some ways you can help your student communicate with their teachers: 
  • Encourage them to stay after class for a minute or two for help or to schedule at time to meet. 
  • Come up with specific questions to ask before/after school or during Options. 
  • Help them send an email to their teacher with their questions or to request a time to meet. 
  • Encourage your student to attend Falcon Quest for additional help: When:  Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (7:30-8:05a & 3:30-4:15p) and on Wednesdays (7:30-8:05a & 2:00-2:45p).
  • Encourage them to meet with their counselor to discuss strategies for communicating with teachers. 

Financial Aid Night! WHS Theatre, Thurs, Oct 20, 6:30p
Falcons! Mark your calendars for Financial Aid Night that will take place on Thursday, October 20 at 6:30p in the WHS Theatre! All grades are welcome to learn more about paying for college, financial aid, and scholarships! Questions? Contact Ms. Tang in the College & Career Center.

Seniors! Apps & Snacks: Fri, 10/21! 
College Apps & Snacks are happening! Come work on your applications, essays, ask your counselor questions, and have some snacks throughout the school day. 
Just a reminder that counselors are hosting 3 College Apps & Snacks sessions during periods 1-2 (Session #1), 3-4 (Session #2), and 6-7 (Session #3).
Seniors can attend one session and must have a permission form signed by their parent and teacher(s) to participate. The form can be found at the College & Career Center.
The next upcoming Apps & Snacks sessions is scheduled on Friday, 10/21 to help you meet your due dates.

Reach out to your counselor if you have any questions.

-WHS Counselors Strandy, Lamb, Churchill, Hirsch, Brenner, & Tang

College and Career News

Ms. Tang, College & Career and Running Start Counselor created the College & Career Center Scoop to inform all students, families, and staff about all things related to college and career. 
Check out the first issue of the 2022-23 school year by clicking here!

WHS Fall Play: The Laramie Project,
Nov 2-5, 7p

Woodinville High School Theatre Company presents The Laramie Project written by award-winning playwright Moisés Kaufman and the Tectonic Theater Project. 

The Laramie Project is a thought-provoking, critically acclaimed, and emotionally riveting theatre piece that explores the experience of a small town at the epicenter of an incomprehensible crime. This show tackles difficult subject matter (homophobia, intolerance, hate crimes) and contains adult language. Parental discretion is advised, and the show is not recommended for audiences under 13 years old.

Performances are November 2-5, 7:00p at the Woodinville High School Theatre.

Tickets are available for purchase first come, first serve online through TouchBase, as well as in person at the WHS Main or Cashier's Office (M-F, 7:50a-3:50p).

Seats are not assigned, so it is suggested that larger groups who want to sit together arrive by 6:15p on show nights.

Ticket prices are as follows:
  • General Admission $15
  • Students w/ASB $12
  • Seniors 65+ $12

Purchasing Online Tickets
  • Individuals with students in Northshore will be able to purchase tickets by logging into their TouchBase account (do not create a Guest Account!). 
    If a username/password is needed, please                       email 
  • Individuals who do not have students in Northshore can create a Guest Account at TouchBase.
  • Tickets purchased online will be available at Will Call.
  • If online tickets are sold out, tickets will still be available for purchase at the door on a first come, first serve basis.

Other Details
  • The box office opens at 6:15p each show night.
  • Event is subject to change according to guidance by the Northshore School District, King County Dept. of Health, and/or the State of WA
  • Masks are optional.
Hello WHS Familes,

It has been almost two weeks since curriculum night and it was so nice to be back in person after 3 years!  
Thank you to everyone who donated cookies and a special thank you to the ASB for all of their help before, during and after the event and a big shout out to Jeremy Bowman (class of 2025) for making our Pass The Hat video.  I also want to thank Candace Wenzel, our PTSA Fundraising Chair and Kim Norris, our Grants Chair.  They spent countless hours getting ready for this event and to get the message out about what the PTSA does and means.  Lastly, A big Thanks to all that donated to our fundraiser!!

With that being said, Pass the Hat, which is our only fundraiser, is just under 70% from reaching our goal.  We had a goal of $20,000 and we are at $13,555.

In the first two weeks of school we had received over 12k in grants and will have more submitted over the school year.  These grants come from the teachers at WHS and your donations help us fund these and in return benefit our students.  We have had to unfortunately hold off on approving as we don’t have enough to cover all the grants and the other items in our budget. 

Here is a list of current grants: 
  • Digital Microscopes for science
  • Subscription for Everyday Speech for speech pathology
  • Kiln for ceramics
  • Biology workbooks
  • Books for English
  • Night of the Arts event
  • Women of Influence event

Although most of our fundraising goes to grants we also help fund other things like Staff Appreciation, Emergency Prep, events, and scholarships.
Please click the link to watch the PTSA Pass The Hat video and donate here.

Imagine what we could do if everyone donated just $10!!  I have no doubt the WHS community can get us to this goal and help us fill all of these grants!! 

Thanks from your WHS PTSA!

Click on the pictures above to view the
PTSA 2022 Pass the Hat Video!
Thank you for your support!

WHS PTSA Membership and Donate
"Pass the Hat"

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Attendance Updates for 2022-23

Student IDs Required for Late Arrivals
Students arriving late MUST scan their free WHS student ID cards or have their StudentVUE App open at the Attendance Office to receive their late arrival pass as we move to a new system this school year. The Attendance Office will have an iPad where students will scan their student WHS student ID cards to receive their printed pass to take to class with them.

If your student does not have their WHS student ID card or a phone to login to their StudentVUE account, they will have the ability to login to StudentVUE on the iPad at the Attendance Office.

Thank you for reminding your student to come prepared and ready to show their WHS student ID card when when arriving late to school to help keep things moving quickly.
Daily Attendance Notifications
Families are now receiving the daily attendance notifications for tardies as well as absences throughout the school day. We ask that your students show up before school begins so teachers can maximize class time with limited interruptions once the bell rings. Please be sure that your students plan ahead for potential traffic or construction on their way to school so they can safely get to school, parked and get seated in their first class of the day before the bell rings.
Attendance News & Changes for Early Dismissals

Our student day is from 8:20 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. and WHS expects all students to attend school every day.  Below are a few highlights of our attendance policy and procedures:

Absences must be excused within two (2) school days of the absence or students will be assigned progressive discipline.

When a student accumulates three (3) or more days of unexcused absences it will result in a conference with administration.

If a student misses more than 15 minutes of class, it is considered an absence.

If a student requires an early dismissal, the student needs to come to the Attendance Office before school or during Options with a parent/guardian signed request. We are no longer accepting phone calls or emails for early dismissal to limit classroom interruptions.

Students who arrive late to school (both excused and unexcused) must check in at the Attendance Office for a pass before proceeding to class. Please read about the new late arrival policy where students are REQUIRED to bring their Student ID cards to sign in late.

Please refer to the WHS Website’s Attendance Page and/or the WHS Student Handbook for more details or contact the Attendance Office at 425.408.7410 or

Student Celebrations!

WHS National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Students!

Congratulations to our 10 Falcon seniors who were named Commended Students in the 2023 National Merit Scholarship Program: Samantha Bachler, Wesley Gerrish, Reese Henneberry, Mariam Kazmi, Kaitlin Nguyen, Jeffrey Perran, Hayden Reblitz, Makenzie Rogers, Maren Rusk, & Caleb Sehmel!

Commended students have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success. These students represent a valuable national resource; recognizing their accomplishments, as well as the key role their schools play in their academic development, is vital to the advancement of educational excellence in our nation. We hope that this recognition will help broaden their educational opportunities and encourage them as they continue their pursuit of academic success.

About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise. Although they will not continue in the 2023 competition for National Merit Scholarship awards, Commended Students placed among the top 50,000 students who entered the 2023 competition by taking the 2021 PSAT/NMSQT.  Congratulations to these students and their families!

Willkommen! WHS welcomes our German exchange students to the Falcon Family!

Every two years since 1988 (!) the WHS German Program hosts a group of students from our sister school in Hamburg, Germany, as part of the German-American Partnership Program. This program is sponsored by the German Bundestag and the US State Department.

The students, along with their English teacher, Barbara Cleve, are here at WHS through October 14. Thirteen WHS students are hosting the students for three weeks, and next summer our hosting students will travel to Germany and attend school with their partners.  

Thank you for welcoming our German exchange students!


Ongoing: Fee Waiver Consent Form available for families who qualify for Free & Reduced Lunch
10/12:  Free & Reduced Meals Program applications due for 2022-23
10/10-15: Homecoming Spirit Week
10/11-14: Homecoming Dance Ticket Sales
10/12: PSAT Exam at WHS (10th, 11th, Opt-In 9th)
10/12: SAT Exam at WHS (12th) (during the school day)
10/12: Grade-Level Activities for non-PSAT/SAT testing students

10/14: Homecoming Assembly, Schedule #8
10/14: Homecoming Game vs. Bothell, Pop Keeney, 7pm
10/15: Homecoming Dance, WHS Commons, 8pm
10/20: Picture Retakes
10/21: Pink Out – Breast Cancer Awareness
10/24: World Language Competency Testing Registration Due
10/26: Fall Fest!
10/17-23: Senior Week - CO2023 Cap, Gown & Announcement sales with Jostens
10/27: Senior Yearbook Photos Due
10/27:  Fall Music Concert
11/1-16: Senior Yearbook Grad Ads on sale
11/02-05: Fall Play: The Laramie Project
11/04: End 1st Quarter
11/09:  Spanish Club Event Night 
11/15: World Language Competency Testing @ WHS
11/21: PTA Reflections Art Entries Due
11/28-12/16: Yearbook Sales (last chance to purchase a 2022-23 yearbook)
12/16: Senior Yearbook Grad Ads - last day to purchase
12/16: Last day to purchase 2022-23 Yearbook
02/10: WHS Sat, March 11 SAT exam registration due on College Board website
05/13: Senior Prom, MoPop
06/09: Class of 2023 Commencement Rehearsal, MANDATORY, 9-11am
06/13: Class of 2023 Commencement Ceremony, Pop Keeney Stadium, 6p

Altered Bell Schedules Next Week!
October 10-14 

Does your student need a tutor? Would your student like to get a jump on homework or have a place to come and exchange ideas and information?  Falcon Quest is available at WHS!
  • Monday, 7:30-8:05a & 3:30-4:15
  • Tuesday, 7:30-8:05a & 3:30-4:15p
  • Wednesday, 7:30-8:05a & 2:00-2:45
  • Thursday, 7:30-8:05a & 3:30-4:15p
Location: Library

Questions? Email Mr. Pyzer at

Learn about other
Academic support tips!

World Language Competency Testing - Fall 2022

Registration Open 10/10 thru 10/24/2022

Registration is open online October 10 through October 24 for students to participate in the World Language Competency Testing here in Northshore School District. Registration will close on Monday, October 24th.

This year registration is being done at the building level. To register please click here to complete the form. This is an opportunity for students who can read, write, listen and speak a language other than English to earn up to four competency credits and/or the Seal of Biliteracy designation on their high school transcript. More detailed information about the test and earning credits can be found on the World Language Competency Test website. Here is the pertinent information regarding the upcoming testing opportunity:

  • Date/Time—Tuesday, November 15th, from your student's home school’s start time to end time (WHS 8:20a-3:20p. Check-in for the test can begin 30 minutes beforehand (WHS 7:50a). 
  • Location—Students’ home schools (WHS Library)
  • The test is open to grades 7th through 12th

Again, the test registration is open from 10/10 through 10/24

All of this information can be found on the WL testing website: World Language Competency Test
  • Please refer to the frequently asked questions document for more details. 
  • It's also easy to find the WLCT website from the district main page. 
  • Click In Our Schools / Assessment / World Language Competency Test or use the shortcut URL


For more information please visit the WHS website.
If not done so already:
  • All parents/guardians must log into ParentVUE to sign off on NSD required forms
  • All students must log into StudentVUE to sign off on the Rights & Responsibilities Handbook

Picture Retake Day
Thurs, 10/20

Retakes for all students are scheduled for Thursday, October 20 during both lunches in the Theatre/Gym Foyer. 

Picture retakes are for students who have not had their picture taken this year (for their free WHS studetn ID card or to purchase a package) or who purchased a picture package and would like their photo retaken.
  • For retakes, students must bring back their original picture package
  • There will be no retakes for free student ID cards only
Every student must have a WHS ID card picture taken. Students must carry photo ID at school and at activities at all times. Students must also present WHS photo ID at the attendance window if arriving late. Students are expected to give their name/show photo ID to any staff member who asks for it during the school day or at a school-sponsored event.
Picture package information is available on the Dorian website.

Reapply for Free & Reduced Meal Program Benefits by Wed, 10/12

Students need to qualify each school year for free or reduced-priced meals in order to continue receiving benefits. Benefits from the 2021-22 school year will expire on Wednesday, Oct. 12. Families must reapply by Oct. 12 to avoid a lapse in eligibility. Families will be responsible for any meal charges on their student’s account beginning on Oct. 13. Please see the District website for current breakfast and lunch meal prices.  In addition to meals, those who qualify can also receive discounted or free school services including athletic fees, field trip fees, ASB fees, college application fees, and more!

Purchase meals by opening a Titan Family Portal account where you can add money to your student's account, set up recurring payments, see purchases, set low-balance reminders, move money between siblings and even apply for benefits! When adding money for multiple students during the same session, you will only pay one convenience fee of $2.60. Families can also pay by cash or check at your school. Checks should be made out to Northshore School District and indicate "school meals" in the memo line, and there is no convenience fee when paying by cash or check. Access to Titan Family Portal for meal balances, view purchases, set low-balance reminders, and applying for benefits is free for all users. 

View the Titan Family Portal

Reduced or Waived Fees 2022-23

Available by logging into ParentVue and completing the steps in the Student Information Updates module

***Step-by-step instructions on how to submit the consent form in ParentVUE can be found in .pdf HERE.  An electronic step-by-step guide is also available on the district website.***

Please note: Part of the process when completing the consent form is families will first verify their information (address, phone, emergency contacts, etc.). The Consent form will appear after the race and preferred language questions. Parents/Guardians need to go through each page and verify information before reaching the consent form. The ParentVUE app on cell phones looks nearly identical to the computer version of ParentVUE for completing the online consent form.

If you qualify for free or reduced price meals, also apply for reduced or waived extra-curricular school fees pursuant to House Bill 1660 (that you may be eligible for) by completing that section of the Student Information Updates in ParentVue* on or after August 15 (see House Bill 1660 details below). 

Completing the fee waiver form in ParentVUE* will allow your student's free and reduced status to be shared with those administering extra-curricular activities at our school or within the district, thus being able to waive or reduce certain fees. 

Consent must be given each school year and does not carry forward from last school year. Instructions on how to submit the consent form in ParentVUE can be found on the district website.

Once the Consent is submitted through the Student Information Updates portal in ParentVUE, it takes a minimum of 24 hours for the waived fees to show up in TouchBase.

Visit the District website to learn how to apply for free or reduced price meals.

Betsy Black, Account Specialist
Phone: 425-408-7657
Fax: 425-408-7645

ParentVUE: *If you need your username/password, email

Questions about student meals? 

Learn more about student breakfast and lunch options on the district food services webpage.

From the WHS Health Room

COVID Updates: 

The Washington State Department of Health has provided new guidance for schools this Fall. Please review the Symptom and Exposure Flowchart for Schools and learn about the Northshore School District's COVID information on our Health Room website so you are prepared for the school year.  You'll find details about what to do if your child has:
  • Symptoms,
  • If your child is exposed to COVID,
  • What kind of test your child should have,
  • What to do if your child tests positive, and
  • How you will be notified of COVID cases at school.

Other Illnesses: 

To avoid the spread of illness other than COVID, follow these guidelines when deciding whether your child is healthy enough for school.  In addition to the COVID guidelines, if your child has any of the symptoms below, please keep him/her at home until the symptoms subside: 
  • APPEARANCE/BEHAVIOR: unusually tired, difficult to wake, pale, skin rash, lack of appetite; these are often signs of underlying illness.
  • FEVER: temperature of 100 degrees or higher in the past 24 hours
  • VOMITING/DIARRHEA: within the past 24 hours.
  • RASH: Any rash of unknown cause should be considered contagious. Please have your child examined by a health care provider to determine the cause and communicability of the rash before sending him/her to school. The school may require a note from the health care provider stating that the rash is not contagious.
  • Other: For other specific diseases or health difficulties it is always a good idea to contact the school nurse. We are happy to share information and resources anytime! 

Students must be fever-free without fever reducing medication and no vomiting/diarrhea for 24 hours before returning to school. 

Medications at School:

If your student will be taking any medication at school, please contact the school nurse.  The Northshore School District recommends that medication be taken at home whenever possible.  We recognize, however, that in some cases it is essential that medication be administered during the school day. Learn about the procedures for the handling of ALL medications in the schools, as well as find the authorization form, on our Health Room website.

Please do not put any kind of medicine, including Tylenol, vitamins, and cough drops in your child's lunch box, backpack or pockets.  Unidentified medicine can never be given at school.  

Please feel free to contact us at any time to discuss health concerns about your student.  

Christie Callahan RN, BSN 
Jennifer Gardner RN, BSN 
(425) 408-7406

COVID-19 Update

The Department of Health (DOH) requires schools to  inform families and students of  COVID-19 cases and potential outbreaks.
  • The accuracy of our data depends on self-reporting.
  • Thank you for continuing to let the Nurse Callahan and Nurse Gardner know if your child tests positive for COVID-19.
  • To view information, including school and district trends, visit the District’s COVID-19 data dashboard. The dashboard is updated weekly on Monday evenings
If your child is exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 please keep them home and test for COVID-19.
Families can order free COVID-19 tests from the state
Together, we can keep our schools healthy and safe.

Transportation 2022-23

Please click this LINK for bus information 2022-23. 

Class of 2023 News & Info

Legal Name Verification for Diploma and Commencement Program

Class of 2023 Seniors!

Please confirm the name you would like printed on your diploma and in the Commencement program.

Step 1 - Please log into your school email and open the email sent to you to review your name(s), first, middle, and last name we have listed for you in our student information system.

Step 2 – Go to this link to to verify your name(s) and to indicate which name you would like printed on your diploma and in the Commencement program. 

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Porter, WHS Counseling Office Manager, at

Class of 2023: Senior Handbook

Class of 2023! Check out additional important Senior Information in the Senior Handbook found on the College Resources website under Counseling!

Student Justice Collective Application DUE Oct. 21st. 

The Northshore School District invites high school students interested in serving on its Student Justice Collective to apply. The Racial and Educational Justice Department will oversee this collective. 
First meeting for current and new members will be held on October 26th, at 2:30pm. 

Click HERE for more details. 
Click HERE to apply!

National PTA Reflections
Entries DUE November 21

Calling all artists! Students can enter original artwork in dance choreography, music composition, visual arts, film production, literature, and photography in response to the theme: "Show Your Voice!"

Reflections is a National PTA arts recognition program that helps students explore their own thoughts, feelings and ideas, develop artistic literacy, increase confidence, and find a love for learning that will help them become more successful not only in school, but in life.

Click HERE for more information and to download an entry form and rules.

Entries are due Wednesday, November 21st. All submissions will be turned in digitally via email.

Questions? Contact the WHS PTSA Reflections chair at

Dates you need to know

Yearbook Sales ($55.00)
Sales Window #3: Nov 28-Dec 16
This is the last opportunity for you to guarantee the purchase of a 2023 Yearbook. Online or in-person at the main/cashier's office.

Grad Ads: 
Each year parents opt to purchase some space in the yearbook to congratulate their senior. There are full, half, quarter and eighth page ads for sale. Everything is done online, you upload photos, create your ad and pay for your ad through Balfour website. I will send the link, instructions and information in late October. This will be available Nov. 1 through Dec. 16th.

Senior Photos:
These will be due on Thursday Oct. 27. Traditionally at WHS we allow the seniors to turn in a “nice” picture. This is to replace the ASB ID photo taken during Falcon Days. This is completely optional and not meant to cause any Senior stress. These photos can be taken with your phone, at Grandma’s Farm in Wisconsin next to the duck pond or professionally it is entirely up to you. We want to invite all seniors to turn in a “nice” photo of themselves to be used in the Senior Portrait section. My yearbook staff is also available to take a “nice” photo for the senior, free of charge and we will share the photos with the senior if they want to use them for anything else. 

Music Booster Meeting, Oct. 10th, 6 p.m.

Join us for our first Music Booster meeting of the year! We are meeting Monday, October 10th, from 6-7 p.m. in the WHS Library. We are setting the tone for the year, discussing ideas, planning fundraisers, sharing trip information, if possible, and learning about ways to get involved. We want to hear your ideas and have a chance to connect with you! We look forward to seeing you then!

Woodinville High School Music Boosters Chipotle Fundraiser, Tues, 10/18, 4-8pm

WHS E-News from the Principal
"One Falcon, One Family"

October 7, 2022
Volume 12, Issue 5
Office Hours
Monday – Friday 7:50 A.M. – 3:50 P.M. 

Our Office Team is here to help you:
Carolyn Moriarty, Office Manager, Ext. 7401
Ellen Esteves, Main Office Secretary, Ext. 7403
Denise Schwans, ASB/Assessments/Graduation Coordination, Ext. 7515
Jenn Diaz, Student Info Specialist/Registrar, Ext. 7512
Kim Benedict, Attendance Secretary, Ext. 7410
Roberta Porter, Counseling Office Manager, Ext. 7418
Nicki Kongkarat, ASB/Bookkeeping, Fine/Fee Payment, Ext. 7504
Renae Hector, Athletics Secretary, Ext. 7491

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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