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4A State Champ Parade & Trophy Presentation
WHS celebrates Gymnastics!
W. Basketball, & Cheer!
Wednesday, March 9

Lady Falcons Basketball
win 4A State Championship!

What a job by Woodinville! Congratulations to our Lady Falcon Basketball student-athletes, Coach Bullock, and Assistant Coaches Sam Bullock, Ryan Wilkerson, and Melissa Bento on bringing home the first-ever girls basketball 4A State Championship in WHS school history with their victory over Sumner 65-63 on Saturday, March 5 at the Tacoma Dome!
The championship victory came after the team won Regionals over Bellarmine Prep 65-61 on Saturday, February 26, followed by a first-round bye on March 2. Then the Lady Falcons beat Richland 45-33 on Thursday, March 3, followed by a win over Eastlake 59-55 on Friday, March 4! The team ended the season 25-1 overall and 11-1 in league play!
The State competition was a great, competitive high school basketball game, with our team playing incredibly! Sumner was up only once by 1 point in the 4th. The game started with an offensive outburst by the Lady Falcons who played outstanding all the way around and were up 25-16 at the end of the 1st.  The game tightened up with the Falcons up 33-30 at the half and then 49-48 at the end of the 3rd.  It was a nail biter at the end of the 4th, with the Falcons getting a tough bucket and then Sumner would score right back. There were three time outs in the final seconds of the game…at 28.5, 10.1, and 2.3 to go with the final score of 65-63 in the Lady Falcon’s favor!

Parade of State Champions!

Nominations for 2022 Ceremony

Do you know a Northshore graduate, retiree or volunteer who has made significant contributions to the community, state, nation or world?

Deadline for nominations is March, 15, 2022 at 11:59pm.
College and Career Center News!

Ms. Kia, College & Career and Running Start Counselor, has created the College & Career Center Scoop, a monthly newsletter to inform all students, families, and staff about all things related to college and career. 

For College resources and information click HERE!
Congratulations Lady Falcons Gymnastics for winning 4A State Championship!
Service Week
Monday 3/14: Arts and Crafts for Seattle Children's Hospital
Tuesday and Wednesday 3/15-16: Classroom Clean Up
Thursday 3/17: Card Writing for Seniors 
Friday 3/18: Pet Toys Making
Monday through Friday 3/14-18:
Sock Drive 

Northshore Speaks April 7th @5pm 

The Northshore School District will host Northshore Speaks, an evening of original student spoken word poetry, on Thursday, April 7 at 5:00 p.m. The event is currently scheduled to be held on Northshore’s Virtual Stage. 

To be considered for the Northshore Speaks event, Northshore students must submit original spoken word poems using this form by midnight on Sunday, March 6, 2022. If an entry is selected, District Communications staff will connect directly with the student and their family. Students will need their parent/guardian to complete the Northshore Speaks participation form

In honor of National Poetry Month, some spoken word entries will be highlighted on the District’s Facebook page in the weeks leading up to the event. Information on how to attend this inspiring evening designed to connect, reflect and hear diverse perspectives from our student community will be shared at a later date. The event is suitable for Northshore families.

Many thanks to rooter bus chaperones Katie Schramm and Kurt Melton and the students who went to bring on the spirit Thursday and Friday---and to all those Falcon Fans who attended Saturday, and along the way, throughout this history-making season!

Class of 2022 Grad Night!

This is a fun and safe way for Seniors to celebrate graduation with their class! We are excited to offer this long-standing tradition for the Woodinville High School Class of 2022!
Grad Night activities will be operating under applicable State, County, and Public Health Covid protocols as well as requirements of the venues.
This celebration is an all-night action-packed party for our Seniors that will start around 9 pm on graduation night, June 14th through around 5 am on June 15th.
The new graduates will board chartered buses at a downtown Woodinville location (near AMC Lowes). The plan is to go to two different surprise venues where they can safely gather and celebrate together. There will be plenty of entertainment, food, snacks, drinks, and planned activities. Chaperones and security will be on hand to ensure a fun and safe environment.
Ticket prices will range from $175 - $195 per student depending on when payment is received. This price is inclusive of all transportation, food, activities, and entertainment. Financial assistance is available.
Sign-ups began February 7, 2022. Sign-up using this google form:
Once you register, you will receive multiple emails from the date of registration until the event date so please look out for them. You can also use the registration to volunteer for the evening.
For questions, please contact
NOTE: Grad Night is sponsored by the Class of 2022 Senior Parent Group and is not organized by Woodinville High School, Woodinville High School ASB, or Woodinville High School ASB Class of 2022. These activities are not sponsored nor endorsed by the Northshore School District or any of its schools. The district assumes no responsibility for the conduct during or the safety of the activities. Northshore School District shall be held harmless from any cause of action, claim, or petition filed in any court or administrative tribunal arising out of the distribution of these materials including attorney's fees and judgment or awards.
Student out of school for positive COVID test? Please notify school nurse
If a student is out of school for testing positive with Covid, please notify WHS school nurses Christie Callahan/Jennifer Gardner immediately, this is related to protocols from Public Health guidelines.
Thank You, 
Jennifer Gardner RN, BSN
School Nurse Woodinville High School (425) 408-7406
Attendance Absences & PCR Covid-19 Result Requirement

Due to high email and call volumes: if you are reporting your child absent from school due to any of the symptoms listed below for any period of time, they are required to get a NAAT, RT-PCR or PCR test prior to return to school. Reference the King County Return to School Flow Chart NSD follows below.  
  • Fever of 100.4°F or 38°C or higher 
  • Cough 
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing 
  • Chills  
  • Fatigue 
  • Muscle pain or body aches  
  • Headache 
  • New loss of taste or smell 
  • Sore throat 
  • Congestion or runny nose 
  • Nausea or vomiting 
  • Diarrhea 
Various testing sites available through your provider, King County or UW testing sites (linked below). Please return all Covid results to the WHS and


WJEA State Conference and Journalism Competition
Saturday, March 5, at Mercer Island High School, two WHS student journalists and editors for Woodinville Now, Ruthu Mavnur and Mariam Kazmi, participated for the first time in the Washington Journalism and Education Association's State Conference and "Write-off" Competitions.
Mariam (right) received an "Excellent" award for her ability to write and copy edit a Review under pressure. 
Chess State Championship
This past weekend our 5 student WHS chess team, competed in the Washington State High School Chess Team Championship.  It is the first time that WHS has been invited to the State tournament.  Considering that the KingCo Leage is the toughest chess league in the state, that is quite an accomplishment.  After 2 days, 5 rounds and over 15 hours of chess per player,  WHS ended up 18th out of 26 teams.  All the team members had moments of chess brilliance during the tournament.

Our team consists of 5 players and 2 alternates. Everyone got to play.

Board 1: Gopi Prem Kumar
Board 2: Ryan Carp
Board 3: Alex Popov on Saturday and Jacob Kim on Friday
Board 4: Rohan Upalekor on Saturday and Janathan Shi on Friday
Board 5: Lincoln Sims
WHS Robotics Advance to World Championship!

WHS Robotics Titanium Talons advance to the FIRST Tech Challenge WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP in Houston, Texas, April 19-23, after winning the tournament in Alabama the weekend of March 5! Only 128 teams out of 6,000 active teams advance. WHS Robotics placed in 4 matches in the top 10 scores in the world, while claiming the world record! Congratulations to the team and Advisor Tim Swartz on this remarkable accomplishment!

Learn more about the Titanium Talons and the FIRST Tech Challenge:

WHS students earn 1st and 2nd place at Pacific Northwest Japan Bowl!

Congratulations to Mizue Sunahara and her Japanese students who earned 1st and 2nd place at the virtual regional Pacific Northwest Japan Bowl on Saturday, March 5!!

Japan Bowl is a competition where high school students compete with their knowledge about Japanese language and culture. From WHS, two teams took part in the competition for Level 2 and Level 3.
  • Level 2 Team: Simon Smith and Julia Kary – Earned 2nd place
  • Level 3 Team: Easen Houng and Jacob Kim - Earned 1st place and will go to the National “Digital Japan Bowl” April 21-22!
Learn more about the upcoming 30th National “Digital” Japan Bowl:
More News this week from Coach Koch:  
Lady Falcons 4A State Gymnastics Championships!!!

 Last Saturday our lady Falcons SOARED to victory and reclaimed the WA State Gymnastics Championships title for 2022!!  Their performance was electrifying and perfectly ended one of the best seasons they’ve ever had!  Two weeks ago they won districts, but instead of relaxing and coasting to states, they identified weaknesses and focused and practiced even harder in the final days leading up to the championships.  For example, the floor was their weak event at districts, but at states they wound up crushing it. The gymnastics team has such a deep bench, and practically all of our participating athletes (Katie Barker (Jr), Emily Browers (So), Ainsley Mann (Fr), Gigi Calozza (Jr), Kellie McElrath (Sr), Emma Mann (Sr)) made the podium at one or more events!  Huge congratulations to Katie Barker (Jr) who earned 2nd in the All Around, and to coaches Kathie Koch and Shannon Kelly for leading the effort.  Come celebrate their success on Wednesday morning at the WHS state champion assembly. 
DECA State Career Development Conference Results!

Congratulations to WHS DECA and advisors Jill Zawatski, Paul Glenovich, and Lindsay Haney! On Friday, March 4, 115 Woodinville DECA members competed at the State Career Development Conference in Bellevue for a chance to advance to the next level. Our students were professional, prepared, and determined to give their best presentations to the judges. Our DECA advisors, we are extremely proud of all our State competitors!

Please congratulate the following students who qualified to compete at the DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Atlanta near the end of April:

Principals of Business Management and Administration
 7th Place - Anishka Gupta
Principals of Hospitality
1st Place - Jessica Lewallen
5th Place - Megan Tracy

Apparel and Accessories Marketing

2nd Place - Erica Porter

Automotive Services Marketing
5th Place - Theo Grothen

Business Finance
6th Place - Allan Xuan

Business Services Marketing
1st Place - Hanshal Anguluri

Human Resources Management
7th Place - Callista Partsafas
8th Place - Erin O'Hara

Quick Serve Restaurant Management

5th Place - Karissa Mohr

Retail Merchandising

7th Place - Aisha Kulaga

Sports and Entertainment Marketing

2nd Place - Dyllan Overcash
4th Place - Myla Munson
5th Place - Zach Pothoff

Business Law and Ethics Team Decision Making
3rd Place - Katie Carroll and Erin Lane
7th Place - Maddie Cetina and Leah Landmann

Buying and Merchandising Team Decision Making
4th Place - Bella Haldi and Maia Riseland

Hospitality and Tourism Team Decision Making
8th Place - Gage Bruce and Ty Tarantino

Marketing Management Team Decision Making
3rd Place - Bryson Medd and Sydney Medd

Sports and Entertainment Team Decision Making
8th Place - Chase Rudin and Daniel Roberto

Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making

5th Place - Payton Schlepp and Olivia Torrie
7th Place - Anna Harris and Helena Borozan

Integrated Marketing Campaign - Service
6th Place - Adria Cipra, Bailey Kennedy, and Ella Zamzow

Hospitality and Tourism Professional Selling

3rd Place - Tyra Ferguson

Professional Selling

3rd Place - Giovanna Calozza
5th Place - Sneha Agarwal
6th Place - Austin Van Der Sluys

Financial Consulting
7th Place - Joel Wong

Additionally, the following students were finalists in their events:
Principals of Marketing

Dani Peterson

Business Services Marketing
Teagan Burger-Moore

Food Marketing
Eileen Miller

Entrepreneurship Team Decision Making
Isabella Corbin and Riley Savage

Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making
Ryan Hildebrand and Olivia Coffman

Go Woodinville DECA!


Details are subject to changes in guidance from the Northshore School District, King County Department of Health, and/or the State of Washington.
03/12: SAT at WHS
03/13: Daylight Savings Time- Ahead 1 hour
03/14-18: NHS Feminine Hygiene/ Toiletries Drive
03/14-18: Service Week
03/14-18: ASB Sock Drive
03/14-18: Classified Employee Appreciation Week
03/18: Almighty Woodinville 
03/22: Northlake Orchestra Festival @ WHS
03/24: International DECA Meeting
03/25: Final NHS hours DUE
03/26: DECA Practice
04/02: DECA Practice
04/07: Virtual Northshore Speaks, 5pm
04/11-15: No School- Spring Break
04/28-29: Spring Musical: Legally Blonde
05/05-07: Spring Musical: Legally Blonde 
05/14: Senior Prom, Pacific Science Center
05/30: Memorial Day - No School
06/10: Class of 2022 Commencement Rehearsal, MANDATORY, 9-11am
06/14: Class of 2022 Commencement Ceremony, Pop Keeney, 1pm

Optional Masking begins Saturday, March 12

With the transition to optional masking tomorrow, students were advised of the following information in 3rd period classrooms on Friday, March 11:

Beginning Saturday, March 12, masks will be optional indoors, outdoors, and on school buses. However, masks are still recommended by our state and local health departments.
The health and safety of our students, staff, and communities remain a top priority for us. It is important to understand that COVID-19 will remain with us for some time and to share some important information as we make this transition. 
  • There is ONE exception to the optional indoor polic: Health Care Rooms are protected --This means everyone in health care rooms (nurse’s office) must wear a mask
  • Weekly COVID batch testing on Wednesdays will continue in partnership with the Department of Health
  • There are many reasons why someone may choose to wear or not wear a mask, and those reasons may change over time.
  • Some families may have vulnerable household members or have younger siblings who are not yet eligible for vaccination.
  • Understand that each person’s needs and story are unique and valuable.
  • Tell an adult if you witness or experience mistreatment or bullying related to masking. Saying “I was joking” or “I didn’t mean it” will not be accepted as an excuse for mistreating anyone.
  • We don’t know if or when masking will be required again.
  • As public health experts monitor COVID in our community, the guidance may be updated in the future.
In the meantime, continue to:
  • Physically distance to the greatest extent possible
  • Wash your hands frequently
  • Stay home while experiencing COVID-19 symptoms
Finally, and most importantly, show mutual respect and concern. Give each other courtesy and continue doing what I see you do every day around our campus --- BE KIND.

GO Falcons!

Principal Criscione

Late Registration deadline is March 11, 2022.

If you didn’t register in November, you may still take an AP Exam but will need to register and pay additional $40 per exam late order fee.
Need to cancel an AP Exam(s)?
Login to Total Registration 
and request a refund for your exam(s) by March 11, 2022. There is a $40.00 fee for late exam cancellation.
For more information visit our AP website under Academics found HERE!
Questions? Email AP Coordinator Sylvia Law at

Message from Transportation

Please remind your students and staff that large items and items that can become projectiles during an accident are not allowed in any Northshore Vehicle. This includes but is not limited to Skateboards, bats, larger instruments, etc. A good rule of thumb is that it should fit in a backpack, or the student should be able to hold it in their lap with their backpack while another student is seated next to them with their items. If the student has to ask, then it's probably a good idea that they have a parent transport the item for them.  If you have any questions, please contact transportation and we will be happy to help. 
Thank you again,

MaryKay Branscomb
Assistant Dispatcher 
Northshore Transportation

Our students cheering for WHS State Champions!
Student Justice Conference- Permission slips due on Friday 3/18

If you are interested in attending the Student Justice Conference (information below) on Friday, March 25,  permission slips are due to Ms. Kia (either email or hard copy to the College & Career Center) by Friday, March 18. You may download the permission slip via the link below or pick up a hard copy in the College & Career Center. 

The Northshore School District Racial and Educational Justice Department is announcing our Student Justice Conference for high school students in Northshore. This conference will be held on Friday, March 25 from 9:45 a.m. - 2:15 p.m. at Cascadia College.

WHO CAN ATTEND: This conference is designed for Northshore School District high school students.
The purpose of the Student Justice Conference is to build space for Northshore’s high school students to celebrate their intersectional identities, build community and collaborate with one another, grow their knowledge and understandings about various forms of justice, meet and work with educators and community partners, and learn more about various higher education opportunities.
 identity, collaboration, education, leadership, justice, and intersectionality
BRIEF CONFERENCE OUTLINE: During the conference, students will hear from keynote speaker Christopher Emdin, Ph.D.; attend two workshop sessions of their choice that will be led by educators, community members, and UW Bothell students; learn about higher education options, opportunities, resources, and supports from UW Bothell and Cascadia College students and faculty; and have the opportunity to take a guided campus tour of UW Bothell and Cascadia College.
LOGISTICS: Lunch and bus transportation will be provided. This will be an excused absence for all students who attend. Students are still responsible for work missed due to absence.

*** Students must complete a permission packet, which includes a permission slip, photo release form, and dietary restriction form. Students visit the Racial and Educational Justice Department webpage to download the permission packet and get it signed by their parent/guardian. 

WHS Parking and Drop-Off
from WHS SRO Deputy Brendan Dodge

Hello everyone. I am Deputy Brendan Dodge with Woodinville PD (KCSO). I am the SRO and a proud graduate of Woodinville High School. I write today to try to get word out to parents of a parking and student drop-off complaint I have gotten. Well, it is actually several complaints, and they have gone to the city, the police department and the school.
Immediately north of the school is the culmination of a dead end road. This city road starts as 134th Ave NE, running south from NE 205th St. There is a rough trail cut through the trees between the school and this street to connect them. However, 134th Ave turns into 134th Ct NE and then NE 199th Pl. The point at which 134th Ave turns into 134th Ct, noted by the red marker on the map, also marks the entrance to private property owned by an HOA. Everything past this point is an HOA-maintained private roadway. Residents here are trying to curb some parking that is happening, in a fire lane no less. They are also trying to stop drivers from coming down here to drop students off, as the trail to get to the school was made illegally by literally cutting through a cyclone fence with bolt cutters. It goes through not just the HOA, but someone’s yard along their house.

Please note, there have been property damage and littering issues, but it is also a civil liability for the residents here should someone be hurt. The residents just want to solve the issue amicably and do not want anyone ticketed or towed, so this notice is part of that informational campaign.
Even though the roadway is private property, the entirety of it is a fire lane, which means the vehicles can be towed immediately if parked.
On top of that, anyone driving or walking on this road, or down the makeshift trail, is trespassing. As I get pictures of vehicles, people and plates, I will try to talk to contact these folks as part of this informational campaign. However, repeat offenders could be cited/towed/charged, which no one wants.
Congratulations Cheer for winning 
4A Academic State Championship!
Attention Seniors!
PTSA Scholarships Available

Woodinville High School PTSA is offering scholarships to two graduating seniors in the class of 2022.  The goal of these scholarships is to acknowledge academic achievements and contribution to the school/community through work or volunteer activities.  

Amount: Two $2000 scholarships will be awarded to WHS Seniors
Due: Friday, April 1, 2022

Complete applications must be submitted by email.  See application for instructions.

Click HERE to access PTSA Forms and Documents Page!
Click HERE for the Application PDF!
Congratulations Lady Falcons Basketball for winning 4A State Championship



Learn more on the Class of 2022 website!

Safety: Remind your students...

As a community, we hear across the nation, in our state, and even locally about students, when off campus, being approached for various reasons by individuals they do not know. Some of the reasons may be legitimate, but at times could be questionable. Our students are inclined to help people and at times may have their guard down during these possible encounters, so we are providing a friendly reminder to families to discuss and share with your student the importance of being alert when approached by individuals they do not know when out and about in the community. 

Attention Parents/Guardians of Students Who May Have Covid-19 or Have Tested Positive 
(Please go through these three checks daily!)
  1. IF a student has ANY symptoms consistent with Covid-19 (headache, stuffy/runny nose, sore throat, fatigue, shortness of breath, loss of taste/smell, nausea/vomiting, fever) the student should STAY HOME!!
  2. IF you have said to yourself, “It’s just a cold.” The student should STAY HOME!! Symptoms of a cold are the same as those for Covid-19. Please don’t have your student come to school. Plan for your student to get tested as soon as possible and submit test results to the WHS Nurses, Christie Callahan and Jennifer Gardner.
  3. IF a student has tested positive for Covid-19, please opt out of batch testing for 90 days. If this is not done, the student’s test results will most likely come back positive!
WHS Positive Batch Test Result - What Would Next Steps Be?
If your student is identified as having a positive result from a batch test taken at Woodinville High School, each student and parent/guardian will be notified. This would not mean they have COVID-19. It simply means someone in their batch of people had tested positive. To determine if your student is COVID negative, an individual confirmatory test will be required.
  • Any fully vaccinated person in a positive batch does not have to quarantine but does have to get a confirmatory negative test.
  • Any unvaccinated person in a positive batch does have to quarantine and has to remain in quarantine until they receive a confirmatory negative test. 
Common questions:
Where and when is testing
Confirmatory PCR testing for vaccinated or unvaccinated students can happen at:
1) Pop Keeney Stadium located at 9809 NE 188th St, Bothell, WA 98011. You Would Need to Register for a specific time. The registration link would be provided by Mr. Richardson upon notification.
2) During the school day at WHS.
3) Private health care provider.
After the test, results will be emailed to the address provided at check-in. Results are expected to be in the portal 24 hours after the lab receives the test. If more than 72 hours has passed and you have not received an email with your student’s results, you can call Assistant Principal Craig Richardson to see if the results are available.  (Please note it is taking up to 3 days to get results.)
Will I be charged for the test? 
No, the confirmatory PCR test is free.  
What do I need to bring for the test? 
Those being tested will be asked for their name, date of birth, email address where results will be sent, and a student ID card, if available.  
What if I don’t want my student to have a confirmatory test? 
In the absence of a negative test, there is a mandatory 14-day quarantine for those who are unvaccinated before returning to in-person learning. However, there is no requirement your student take the confirmatory test provided by the District. You may elect to have a PCR confirmatory test by your health care provider or at a local clinic or pharmacy (e.g. – Walgreens) within three days. Vaccinated students and staff will need to provide proof of taking a confirmatory test within three days of being informed that they were in a positive batch. 
The District will accept these outside tests if the following information is shown: student’s name, date of the test, result of test and the document identifies the test provider. Rapid antigen tests are not accepted at this time.   
What if my student is fully vaccinated? 
Fully vaccinated means both doses and the two-week curative process for Moderna and Pfizer or one dose of Johnson & Johnson and the same two-week curative process. Proof of vaccination will be required to avoid quarantining until confirmatory testing. You will need to notify your school that your student is fully vaccinated. Be prepared to provide proof of your student being fully vaccinated to Nurse Nurse Jennifer Gardner
Throughout the pandemic the information for K-12 education has continued to change. The information above is the current process for Northshore’s positive batch testing results. Questions can be e-mailed to Assistant Principal Craig Richardson, and Nurse Jennifer Gardner
Thank you for your help in keeping Woodinville HS Students healthy and safe. 


Spring sports are underway! Track and Field is still open for registration until Sunday, March 13.

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

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.
Attendance & 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.
  • Ten hours of excused and/or unexcused absences in a semester in a given class may result in going through the Attendance Validation process.
  • 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 interuptions.
  • 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 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
Fee Waivers for Students

Pursuant to House Bill 1660, students who are qualified for free/reduced meals may have extra-curricular/activity fees waived by completing a fee waiver consent form located on the NSD website under the heading of Reduced or Waived School Fees at:  Qualified families are encouraged to complete the waiver form. Information about House Bill 1660 can be found on the WHS website under Resources, Payments/TouchBase. Questions regarding the extra-curricular/activity fee waiver process can be directed to Account Specialist Besty Black at

Financial Assistance for Internet Access

Families who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals may also receive financial assistance for internet access. Learn more about the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program at

Northshore Schools Foundation: Request for Removing Barriers Support

Basic Needs Aid
When a family is in crisis and normal household activities are disrupted, students experience distress that affects their attendance, coursework and classroom behavior. NSF's Basic Needs Aid Fund allows families to stock up on groceries or fill the car with fuel so that they can direct their energy where it is most needed: finding a permanent solution to the situation at hand (

Apply for Funds

For WHS students, contact Counselor and CARE Team member Sarah Brenner at and/or your student’s school counselor or grade-level administrator to describe the temporary challenge or circumstance and request support. All NSF funding requests must come from an approved school staff member.

The NSD staff member will then submit your request.

Foundation leadership will review the request within 5 days and contact the NSD staff that submitted the request with details.

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

March 11, 2022
Volume 11, Issue 23
Office Hours
Monday – Friday 7:50 A.M. – 3:50 P.M. 

425-408-7400 /

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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