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WHS Cheer Team 3-Peat WIAA 4A Cheer Academic State Champs! 

Congratulations to our 3-Peat Woodinville High School Cheer Team and Coaches Laura Frost and Kayla Hoffman on earning the WIAA 4A Academic State Championship again year, this time with a GPA of 3.852! The WIAA/Gesa Credit Union Scholastic Awards Program recognizes and rewards those teams or groups that maintain a high collective academic standard. The WIAA Executive Board and staff acknowledged the accomplishments of this team of talented students led by a dedicated coaching staff and supported by caring parents and school administrators. Special recognition was further expressed to the WHS learning community for emphasizing the important balance of academics and activities in our programs. The WIAA expressed this has been a special year and they are sure the lessons learned in the classroom and the sports or activities arena will contribute to the future success of our WHS Cheer Team as they continue to establish and reach for their own personal goals! GO Falcons!
Theatre Tickets - Winter Musical: Curtains
WHS Winter Musical: Curtains Feb 2-4 & 9-11, 7p

Woodinville High School Theatre Company presents Curtains - A Madcap Murder Mystery Musical Comedy! Curtains is the last complete musical by preeminent 20th-century composing duo John Kander and Fred Ebb, the musical minds behind mega-hits Cabaret and Chicago. It blends Agatha Christie-like mystery with the spectacular song and dance of Golden Age musicals, all while poking a bit of fun at the bells and whistles of musical theater.

Set in 1959 Boston, Curtains is a twisty whodunit that tracks the behind-the-scenes misadventures of police detective Lt. Frank Cioffi investigating the death of a new musical’s talentless star. But the stage-struck detective soon finds himself entangled in a romance — and somehow starring in the show itself as it heads for New York and Broadway. The thoroughly entertaining Curtains, which scored eight Tony Award nominations in 2007, including Best Musical, Book, and Original Score, will entertain audiences of all ages - although there is some coarse language and of course murder, so parental discretion is advised. See the press release for further details!

Performances are February 2-4 & 9-11, 7:00p at the Woodinville High School Theatre.

The show is double-cast for some of the lead roles. Within GoFan, the two separate casts are noted as "Cast Murder" and "Cast Mystery". Please see the below photo for a breakdown of who is part of each cast.

Ticket Sales
Reserved seating only! Tickets are available for purchase first come, first serve:
  1. Online through GOFan:
  2. In person at the WHS Main or Cashier's Office (no processing fee, M-F, 7:50a-3:50p)
Ticket prices are as follows*:
  • General Admission $15
  • Students w/ASB $12
  • Seniors 65+ $12
  • VIP $25
*In order to receive a qualified fee waiver for winter musical tickets, the ticket(s) must be purchased through the InTouch Point of Sale system at the WHS Main or Cashier's office. (Student free, immediate family member(s) 50% discount.)

Other Details
  • Online GOFan ticket sales for that day's performance will close at 4:00p each night.
  • Tickets will be available on a first come, first serve basis at the box office if that performance is not yet sold out.
  • The box office opens at 6:15p each show night.
  • Please note there is no food and only water allowed in the theater.
  • No photography at any time.
  • 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

New to GoFan? Learn more!

Message from your WHS Counselors

Hi Falcon Families, 

Seniors wrapping up College Applications:
Make sure to double check your college applications to make sure all materials were submitted! 
Once final grades from 1st semester are processed, counselors will begin working on submitting mid-year reports.  Mid-year transcripts go out to colleges before mid-winter break.  If you have any questions, please contact your counselor.

High School and Beyond Plan for Seniors are due!!
Check out this link for more info:

Need $$ for college?  Searching for Scholarship Opportunities?
Seniors! If you’re looking for scholarships, make sure to visit the website for the Scholarship Foundation of Northshore ( Deadline to submit applications is February 22, 2023.  Additional scholarship resources can be found on the WHS Counseling website at

Are you working on completing classes outside of the NSD and want to add it to your transcript?
Deadline for seniors to submit transcripts from outside programs, for final class rank consideration, please turn in all necessary documents by Monday, February 6th!  Have questions about this? Check in with your Counselor!

We hope the 2nd semester is off to a smooth start!

WHS Counseling Team
Amy Strandy, Kat Lamb, Scott Churchill, Nate Hirsch, Sarah Brenner, My Tang

2nd Semester Schedules & Report Card Information

Students can view their 2nd semester class schedules in StudentVUE. Parents/Guardians can expect student report cards to arrive in home mailboxes approximately the second week in February.

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, Jenn Diaz, or 425-408-7512.

2023-24 Course Registration News!

WHS has been working diligently to prepare for 2023-24 course registration that starts in February!  Registration for next school year’s classes will be completed by students online in StudentVUE. 

Current Falcons - 11th, 10th, and 9th-Grade Students

  • Course registration information will be provided to students during Activity Tuesday on Tuesday, February 14.
  • Course Registration must completed in StudentVue by Tuesday, March 7.
  • Students must also submit the paper Registration Worksheet signed by their parent indicating they have reviewed their student's course requests during Activity Tuesday on Tuesday, March 7.
  • The 2023-24 Course Catalog will be posted online the morning of Friday, February 10.
  • The instructional video presented to students in Activity Tuesday on Tuesday, February 14 will be available starting that day on the WHS website for your convenience.
  • Counselors will be reviewing each student's registration March 13-31 with 1-to-1 meetings and will communicate directly with students if any further information is needed.
  • Please note the master schedule of courses developed for the 2023-24 chool year, along with corresponding staffing decisions, will be based on the course requests students make at this time; therefore, students are encouraged to process their choices and weigh all the options carefully before making final selections.
Incoming WHS Falcons: Current Leota MS and Timbercrest MS 8th-Graders in the WHS Pathway

Registration materials will be distributed in Science Class:
  • Leota Middle School: Monday, February 13 and will be due back on Monday, March 6
  • Timbercrest Middle School: Wednesday, February 15 and will be due back on Thursday, March 9.

An optional Class of 2027 Parent/Student Registration Information Night will be held at the WHS Theater for middle school families to view the course registration information presented to students at their schools onThursday, March 2, 6:30-8:30 p.m. As mentioned, this presentation is optional, as the instructional video will be available on the WHS website homepage for your convenience starting February 13.

Optional pre-sessions will be available Thursday, March 2, 6:00-6:25p for HiCap, Learning Center Special Education (teachers will reach out directly to ML/FSA Special Education families), and Multilingual families.

Incoming freshmen course registration questions should be directed to

We look forward to partnering with you throughout your student’s educational journey at WHS!

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!

Northshore School District Virtual College and Career Fair, Thurs, Feb 9, 6:30-8:30p

Northshore School District is proud to host the 2023 Virtual College & Career Fair on Thursday, February 9 from 6:30-8:30 PM. This event will be filled with valuable information to help families plan and navigate posthigh school options.
Over 15 virtual sessions will be offered. Topics include:
  • College Application Process
  • Paying for College
  • Transfer, Tech, and 2-Year Programs
  • Apprenticeships and Career Colleges
  • ...and so much more!
We highly recommend this virtual event for high school families, but all grade levels are welcome to attend!
Visit for registration information.
Spanish Teacher Kayla Hoffman interviewed about experiences with UW in the High School (UWHS) Program!

Spanish Teacher Kayla Hoffman (and WHS Falcon grad!) was interviewed earlier in the school year by the University of Washington about Ms. Hoffman's experiences as a UW in the High School (UWHS) alumna and now teacher. When Ms. Hoffman was a junior at WHS, Ms. Hoffman loved Spanish and chose the UWHS program. Then, after pursuing the dream of becoming a teacher, Ms. Hoffman had a goal and the opportunity to come back to Woodinville High School to teach. After teaching all levels of Spanish, the opportunity to work with upper-level Spanish students committed to learning the language inspired Ms. Hoffman to then teach UWHS here at Woodinville.
One of Ms. Hoffman’s favorite things about teaching is watching students grow over the year. “They come in nervous and uncomfortable with being taught all in Spanish,” Ms. Hoffman said. “Seeing those same students at the end of the year having extended conversations, writing essays easily and being willing to engage and interact with their classmates is rewarding.” Learn more about Ms. Hoffman’s experiences with the UWHS program! The entire interview is available here: 

Student Celebrations!

2023 Scholastic Writing and Art Competition Results!

Seventeen Falcons placed in 6 different genres at the Western Regional Level which includes students from ten states (AL, WA, OR, CA,UT, MT, ID, WY, NV and CO)!

Ava Wahl's Gold Key poem has moved on to the National Level to be judged in NYC by a panel of Creative Professionals and will be announced in March!
The following students placed at the Western Regional Level:
Ava Wahl: 10th grade, Gold Key, Poetry, "The Fabric of a Nation"
Jillian Baer: 9th grade, Silver Key, Poetry, "Sparrow on the Seafloor: A Free Verse Anthology
Logan Campbell: 10th grade, Silver Key, Short Story, "Tightropes"
Teagan Yore: 9th Grade, Silver Key award, Personal Essay/Memoir, "My Pronouns are She/Her"
Donovan Cheng: 10th grade, Honorable Mention, Poetry, "The Streets of My Home"
Julia Fawal: 10th grade, Honorable Mention, Short Story, "A Pocket Lighter"
Alden Geissler: 10th grade, Honorable Mention, Personal Essay/Memoir, "Alter Ego"
Mackenzie Herring: 10th grade, Honorable Mention, Short Story, "Estatua All Haven"
Nicky Mahmud: 10th grade, Honorable Mention, Journalism, "Monsoon on Steriods"
Natalie Sutton: 10th grade, Honorable Mention, Flash Fiction, "Don't be a Stranger"
Anden Walker: 10th grade, Honorable Mention, Poetry, "Emotion and Escape"
Dan Baerwald: 10th grade, Honorable Mention, Short Story, "The Storm"
Cindy Liang: 10th grade, Honorable Mention, Humor, "The MIT Student"
Daniel Mun: 10th Grade, Honorable Mention, Journalism, "Illumination and the Super Mega Awesome Lucrative World of Money Making"
Mya Smith: 10th grade, Honorable Mention, Personal Essay/Memoir, "Little Girl at the Creek"
Ishaan Srivastava: 10th grade, Honorable Mention, Journalism, "The Dropping Water Levels of the Colorado River"
Kara van den Heuvel: 10th grade, Honorable Mention, Short Story, "Crashing"
Congratulations to these students and to the WHS English Department for their support!
Area 3 Regional DECA Competition

Congratulations to our DECA students! They performed well at the Area 3 Regional DECA Competition in Bellevue on January 5th in several categories!

2000 students from 10 different schools presented business case studies, prepared marketing campaigns, entrepreneurship plans, and business to business sales consultations.

80 WHS community members judged and volunteered to make this event happen.

Overall, WHS will have 100 students attend WA DECA State Competition Mar 2nd-4th with the hopes of earning an invitation to the International Competition in Orlando!


Ongoing: Fee Waiver Consent Form available for families who qualify for Free & Reduced Lunch

02/02-04: Winter Musical: Curtains
02/04: FBLA Winter Conference, NCHS
02/04-05: Speech & Debate Tournament @ Redmond High School
02/05: Robotics State Championships
02/06-10: NHS "Event Week"
02/06-17: Winter Wishes
02/08: Spanish Club Event
02/08: Huntington SAT/ACT Prep Score Release Meeting, Library, 6p(Class of 2024 Organized Event)
02/09: NSD Virtual College and Career Fair, 6:30p
02/09-11: Winter Musical: Curtains
02/10: WHS Sat, March 11 SAT exam registration due on College Board website
02/11: Science Olympiad @ UW
02/11: Northlake Solo & Ensemble @ Redmond High School
02/13: Spring Sports Coaches Meeting
02/13: 8th-Grade 2023-24 Registration Distribution at Leota Middle School
02/14: 2023-24 Registration: WHS 9th/10th/11th Distribution
02/15: 8th-Grade 2023-24 Registration Distribution at Timbercrest Middle School
02/15: Jazz Pathways Concert
02/16-19: NAfME All-Northwest Honor Groups, Bellevue
02/20: President's Day - No School
02/21-24: Mid-Winter Break - No School

02/26: Spring Sports Registration Due
02/27-03/07: ASB 2023-24 Executive Board Applications Available
02/28: Choir Pathways Concert
03/01-31: Women's History Month
03/01-31: Irish-American Heritage Month
03/07: 2023-24 Registration: WHS 9th/10th/11th Collection
03:22: WHS SAT School Day Exam
04/01-30: Arab American Heritage Month
05/01-31: Jewish American Heritage Month
05/13: Senior Prom, MoPop
06/01-30: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Pride Month
06/08: Class of 2023 Senior Breakfast, WHS Commons
06/09: Class of 2023 Commencement Rehearsal, MANDATORY, 9-11am
06/13: Class of 2023 Commencement Ceremony, Pop Keeney Stadium, 6p
06/20: Last Day of School

National School Counseling Appreciation Week!

February 6 - 10 is National School Counseling Appreciation Week! Please join us in giving a warm shout out of thanks and appreciation to our WHS Counseling Team! Sarah Brenner, Kat Lamb, Scott Churchill, Nate Hirsch, MHS Chelsi House, Amy Strandy, and My Tang, for all they do to support the many and varying academic, social, and emotional needs of our students throughout their school years here at Woodinville High School! The expertise and support they offer our learning community--students, faculty, staff, administrators, parents, and guardians, in support of our students' success cannot be replaced!  WHS Counseling Team, THANK YOU!

The Scholarship Foundation of Northshore offers scholarships for Northshore School District students ONLY.  If your senior is planning to attend college next year, they should consider applying for these scholarships.  Students complete one application and can be considered for multiple opportunities.
Scholarship Foundation of Northshore.

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE February 22, 2023
Scholarships can also be found on the WHS website by scrolling down to Scholarships.

2023-24 School Year Calendar Now Available

The 2023-24 school year calendar is available on the District website. Be sure to mark your calendar with important dates. 
View the calendar.

Spring sports begin on Monday, February 27, when we return from mid-winter break. Athletics registration is OPEN for 2023 spring sports. Final Forms is an online registration platform for Athletics registration. You must be registered to receive information and updates from coaches. 

Women's spring sports include badminton, golf, fastpitch softball, lacrosse, tennis, track and field, and water polo. Men's spring sports include baseball, lacrosse, soccer, and track and field. Coed rowing and Unified soccer are TBD. Visit our Teams website to learn more about spring sports.

Registration closes for baseball, men's soccer, and fastpitch on Sunday, February 26. Depending on the number of registrations, women's golf and tennis may also close on February 26. Registration for all other sports will remain open for 1 week depending on participation numbers.

Required Prior to Participation in Athletics
To be cleared to participate in the first day of tryouts or practice, a Final Forms 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 Final Forms. 

Academic Eligibility Requirements
Student athletes in high school are expected to meet or exceed a 2.0 GPA to be eligible to participate in school-sponsored activities. There are regular grade checks for each sports season.
  • NSD Standard: Minimum 2.0 GPA each semester
  • WIAA Standard: Passing 6 classes
  • Visit the Eligibility page for more specific grade check and suspension information.
Questions? We're here to help!
If you have any questions, are having issues registering on Final Forms, or need to check on a physical expiration date, please email Renae Hector, WHS Athletic Secretary, at

SAT School Day Exam at WHS Library, Wednesday, March 22

SAT School Day allows for students to take the SAT during the school day at their home high school for $60.00. The SAT School Day exam for Woodinville High School is set for Wednesday, March 22. The exam will start in the AM (start of school, 8:20 a.m.) in the WHS Library and will last approximately 3 1/2 hours.

WHS students must register and make payment on a first come, first serve basis through RegiSmart. 

Registration and payment do not take place at the WHS Main or Cashier's Office

Important information regarding the Wednesday, March 22 registration and payment of the exam:
  • Students register for the SAT School Day exam by going to At that link, students will:
    • SELECT: Woodinville High School
    • REGISTER and PAY for the exam ($60.00 exam fee)
    • Details of the registration, fee, cancellation policy, are listed on the RegiSmart website
  • Students do not register for SAT School Day exam on the College Board website. However, if a student wants to take the SAT exam on a different date & location throughout the year, they must register for that exam on the College Board SAT website.
  • Due to limited testing space, this exam will be capped at 45 students max. Any student who registers after the maximum registrations have been met will be placed on a wait list or moved to another testing location if there is space available.

WHS Falcon Baseball Little League Camp, Sat, March 4, 9-11a

Enrollment is limited, so don't delay!
  • Saturday, March 4
  • 9:00-11:00 a.m.
  • Ages 6 to 1
  • Woodinville High School Baseball Fiel
  • Cost $40.00


Registration and payment is due by February 17.
  • Click HERE to download the registration form (required).
  • The registration form must be mailed to WHS with the check payable to Woodinville High School for $40.00.
    • 19819 136th Ave NE, Woodinville, WA 98072 c/o Alan Dillman
All proceeds support WHS Baseball ASB.

Questions? Contact Head Coach Alan Dillman at 206-498-8632 or
Northshore Water Polo Starts Mon, Feb 27!
Join the Northshore Water Polo team this spring! Practices begin Monday, February 27th. Please visit for more information or email
Hello new and returning WHS PTSA members!

Woodinville High School PTSA is now on Instagram! Give us a follow @WoodinvillePTSA to stay current on how our PTSA is helping support our WHS community. 

WHS PTSA supports academic needs, is an active voice on decisions that impact your child’s health, safety and quality of education, and builds a stronger, more inclusive school community.  Join WHS PTSA for your child because increasing our membership, even by one, makes it possible to provide important educational resources, speak up on important issues and create a stronger school community.  

We invite you to join because we can do more together than apart!

WHS PTSA Amazon Smile Fundraiser!

Our Amazon Smile Fundraiser is up and running!  It's so easy to implement on your computer and phone.  Pass on to friends and family, and help to continue to support the WHS PTSA when you do your online shopping! 

The instructions and link are below. Happy Shopping! 

1). Shop using - create a new bookmark on your computer!
2). Activate Amazon Smile on your phone - follow these instructions below:
  • Open Amazon app and tap the SETTINGS button (3 horizontal lines) in the lower right corner
  • Scroll down to the bottom to find to find find "Settings", click the button to expand this menu 
  • Scroll down to AmazonSmile and follow instructions to turn on

*Amazon app notifications are required to be turned on
WHS Music Boosters News & Fundraiser
Thanks to everyone for your continued support and generosity! Our next Music Booster fundraiser is coming up on Tuesday, February 7th at Pizza Coop from 11-9 p.m. Please mention WHS Music Boosters when ordering in person and use the following link when ordering online. Thank you!

Our Music Booster meeting, scheduled for the week of February 13th, is cancelled. We look forward to seeing everyone again on March 13th from 6-7 p.m. in the WHS Library.

We will be selling water, candy grams, and merchandise at the Pathways Concerts coming up in February and early March. Please come by and say hello! We appreciate the opportunity to connect with you and we will be welcoming families from the middle schools as well. Have a fantastic weekend!

Take care,
Your Music Booster Committee

WHS Music Booster Donations

The WHS Music Boosters gladly accepts donations through PayPal at the QR code below!
Women of Influence Club seeking donations for May Conference!

Women of Influence Club is hosting their 4th annual Women of Influence Leadership Conference in May. This conference will connect aspiring Woodinville High School students to influential female leaders. The conference will include a panel discussion of eight highly accomplished women in diverse occupations, followed by small round table discussions accompanied by a catered meal.

The goal of this conference is to empower young leaders by giving them an opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations with professional women in a variety of industries.

In order to stay true to our values of equity and inclusivity, and to give our attendees the best experience possible, our goal is to make this conference free of any cost.

The easiest way to sponsor is by giving a non-refundable monetary donation so we can cover the cost of the conference.
Please click here to view more information on how to donate!

Thank you for supporting the WHS Women of Influence Club!

WHS Journalism Club
Seeking Donations to Fund website hosting and future field trips!

The WHS ASB Journalism Club is seeking donations to fund website hosting and future field trips. Journlaism members would very much appreciate the help of your generous donation to reach their goal!

Donate at TouchBase Lite:

A username/password are not needed.

Questions about the steps to donate on TouchBase Lite? Visit the WHS ASB Journalism website.

Thank you for supporting the WHS Journalism Club!
WHS Culinary Science Club
Seeking Donations to Fund Club Projects

The WHS ASB Culinary Science Club is seeking donations to fund their projects. Culinary Science Club members would very much appreciate the help of your generous donation to reach their goal!

Donate at TouchBase Lite:

A username/password are not needed.

Questions about the steps to donate on TouchBase Lite? Visit the WHS ASB Culinary Science Club website.

Thank you for supporting the WHS Culinary Science Club!
If you should have any questions, reach out to Culinary Science Club President Amalie Landry at

Weather & Emergency Information

Emergencies and weather-related problems can alter school schedules and affect bus transportation for students. Families will receive a telephone message from the district if there is a change to the school schedule. If no schedule change information is posted, schools and buses are on their regular schedules.
Please visit the 
NSDWeather & Emergency Information website to learn more.

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.

High School Accreditation

Woodinville High School is participating in the Washington State Accreditation process this school year. 
  • This is a voluntary process that takes place every 6 years, where we demonstrate that here at WHS we provide our students with a high quality and rigorous education.
  • Accreditation is an inquiry-based process, tightly aligned to our Strategic Action Plan, and the work we do at WHS. 
  • Accreditation is not only an internal review of how we are doing in meeting our goals, but also an external review process where we share our work and improvement plan with both a site evaluation review team and a state level review panel. 
We are excited about the process and showing off what a great school we have!

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 other symptoms improving 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. 
Please click HERE for Daily Bus Passes and Activity Bus Passes routes and information! 
WHS E-News from the Principal
"One Falcon, One Family"

February 3, 2023
Volume 12, Issue 17
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
Kim Benedict, Main Office Secretary, Ext. 7403
Denise Schwans, ASB/Assessments/Graduation Coordination, Ext. 7515
Jenn Diaz, Student Info Specialist/Registrar, Ext. 7512
Shaina Bloomquist, 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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