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“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” ~Helen Keller

WHS Robotics advances to State Championships!

The WHS Robotics Team advanced to the Washington State Championships by winning the Inspire Award! The Inspire Award is given to the team that best embodies FIRST Robotics principles and sets the example for all other teams. In the last four seasons WHS Robotics has won the Inspire Award 3 times! Learn more under Student Celebrations below!
WHS Returns to In-Person Learning Monday, Jan 24!

We are excited for our students' return to in-person learning on campus Monday, January 24! As Dr. Reid shared in her Thursday Thoughts, protocols have been implemented in alignment with the state Department of Health changes. You can learn about our most current COVID response on the Districts COVID Safety Protocols webpage. With that being said, Dr. Reid further acknowledged the significant number of positive COVID cases Northshore has experienced among students and staff and that this may be something that is here to stay. So, we echo her sentiments, “If you’ve had COVID, take care and be kind to yourself. If you know someone who has tested positive, be kind to them. This is not an easy time for anyone. Together, we can get through it. We can also take care of each other by following safety protocols.”
Here at WHS, we will continue with our COVID batch testing program each Wednesday. Additionally, in our combined effort to keep everyone at Woodinville High School safe and healthy, please continue to encourage your student to always mask up while at school and at extra-curricular activities, fully covering their nose and mouth (other than when eating). The masking legal mandate includes all spectators at WHS sporting events. We appreciate and thank all students, parents, guardians, and guests, in advance, for keeping safety at the forefront by adhering to the requirement. We hope this measure will play a part in keeping our schools open and our students, families, and community healthy.

Thank you for your continued partnership.

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, 
Christie Callahan RN, BSN
School Nurse Woodinville High School (425) 408-7406
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
WHS Theatre Co. presents
"Pride & Prejudice"!

February 4-5 & 10-11, 7pm

The WHS Theatre Company is excited to present their winter play: Pride & Prejudice!

Performances are scheduled to be held in the WHS Theatre February 4-5 (Fri/Sat) & 10-11 (Thurs/Fri), 2022 at 7p.

Family Pod seating tickets and individual student/staff tickets will be sold starting Tuesday, January 18.

Family Pod Tickets:

The WHS Theatre Company anticipates selling 54 Family Pods for each performance online for $50 each (regardless of whether they are 4-seat of 5-seat family pods).

Student-only group pod sales are not allowed.

To reserve a family pod of 4 or 5 seats, email first for a reservation code.

With the Family Pod reservation code, guests can then make the purchase online through TouchBase by 11:59p the night of the show (technically ending after the 7p performance) OR starting Monday, January 24 in person at the WHS Cashier’s/Main Office from 7:50a-3:50p Monday-Friday with cash, check or debit/credit. (The office is not open for in-person sales January 18-21.)

Student/Staff Individual Tickets:

Students and staff individual tickets will be sold for $12.50 each.

To reserve an individual ticket, e-mail for a reservation code.

With the reservation code, students/faculty/staff can then make the purchase directly at the WHS Cashier’s/Main Office starting Monday, January 24 from 7:50a-3:50p Monday-Friday with cash, check, or debit/credit. (The office is not open for in-person sales January 18-21.)

In order to effectively manage the family pod ticket sales, individual tickets will not be sold online through TouchBase.

Please keep the following in mind when making your ticket purchase:

Event details are subject to change due to guidance from the King County and/or Snohomish County Deptart,emt of Health, and/or the State of WA, and/or the Northshore School District.
State and district rules may change without much warning.

Currently, there is a distinct possibility that we will need to check for vaccination status for all audience members 18 and older at the door, so please bring your vaccination card(s) and ID(s) (digital picture of your cards on a cell phone is OK).

Masks are required for all audience members. Masks will be made available should it break or if forgotten.

We look forward to seeing you at the winter production of Pride & Prejudice!

Visit for more information!

Donate to the WHS Theatre Company!

The WHS Theatre Co. is committed to empowering the students of WHS; believing in their ability to create art, and offering a safe, supportive, and inclusive place for them to develop into lifelong learners and just citizens. Donations to WHSTC ASB are accepted to support the program and are very much appreciated! 

Donations can be made online through parent/guaridan TouchBase accounts throughout the school year under the category "Theatre Tickets & Donations" or can be made at TouchBase Lite where a username and password is not needed.

Thank you for supporting the Woodinville High School Theatre Co.!

First Semester Ends Friday, January 28!
With the end of the semester coming up Friday, January 28, parents and guardians are encouraged to check ParentVUE for any missing assignments your student(s) may have and to encourage your student(s) to follow up with their teacher(s) if they should need any help. Please also encourage your student to reach out if they are needing assistance! Your student's teachers, advisor, counselor, administrators, and classified staff are here to support!

Please note the week of January 24-28, both Wednesday and Thursday during Advisory students will have the opportunity to meet with classroom teachers for additional help.  Thank you for encouraging your student to use this time to their advantage!

Please note, Monday, January 31st is a NON-Student Grading DAY- NO SCHOOL.

Again, students are encouraged to keep communication open and to reach out for support!
GO Falcons!

Second Semester Starts February 1! Student schedules online Monday, January 24!

Second semester schedules will be available for students and parents/guardians online in StudentVUE and ParentVUE the morning of Monday, January 24th:
  • Paper schedules will NOT be passed out in class on this day.
  • Students will log into their StudentVUE account and click "Class Schedule" to view their 2nd semester schedules.
  • Parents/Guardians will log into their ParentVUE account and click "Class Schedule" to view their student’s 2nd semester schedules.
  • If a student is unable to access their StudentVUE account, they should see Dione Garcia or Heidi Lundberg in the Library or Jenn Diaz in the Counseling Office.
  • Other places students can access their schedules online on starting the 24th include the Library and/or the College & Career Center before school, during options, lunches, or after school.
Schedule changes will only be made for those students missing a graduation requirement or that have a hole in their schedule. 
Message from your WHS Counselors  
Hi Falcons!

We have missed having students in the building this week! We are looking forward to everyone coming back and we will hit the road running as 1st semester is quickly coming to an end. Student schedules for 2nd semester will be available on StudentVue on January 24th. Counselors will be available during lunches in-person the week of January 24th to discuss 2nd semester scheduling. 

2022-23 Course Registration
It is almost that time of year again - We will begin registration for the 2022-23 school year in February. Students will receive informational registration packets on February 16th. Online registration for current 9th, 10th and 11th graders will open on 2/17 and is due 3/2.

Seniors: Printed Name Verifications
Thank you to the Class of 2022 seniors who have already submitted their printed name verification via the Google form for their diploma and for the Commencement program!
For those seniors who have not submitted their verification yet, please refer to the reminder email sent on Tuesday, January 18th to complete this important task at your earliest convenience. For any questions, please reach out to Mrs. Porter, 

PSAT Score Review Video (for 9th, 10th, and 11th graders who took the October PSAT)
Due to the shift to remote learning, counselors will no longer be presenting to students regarding PSAT Score Review during Advisory. Please review this video created by WHS Counselors to learn more about how to access and read your scores as well as next steps to take to prepare for future PSAT/SAT testing! 

ASVAB (11th & 12 graders only)

If you are still figuring out your future, trying to determine what your dream job may be, or just looking to identify your strengths, you should participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program. Before you are scared off by the word "ASVAB," please note that 83% of students who took the ASVAB in the past 5 years were not interested in joining the military. However, for those of you who ARE military-bound, the ASVAB can also be used as a Graduation Pathway to meet our state grad requirements, if needed. If you take the ASVAB, your scores will not be sent to any recruiting services. You may choose to send your scores at a later time if you would like to join the military. 

We are planning to offer the ASVAB at WHS on Wednesday, February 9, 2022 at 2:00 PM. The test will be taken on your district laptop and takes about 45-90 minutes to complete (depending on how fast you go). 

If you are interested in taking the ASVAB (it's free), please email Ms. Kiakotos at as soon as possible to sign up. Spots are limited!

WHS Counseling Team
Amy Strandy, Kat Lamb, Nate Hirsch, Sarah Brenner, Scott Churchill, My Kiakotos, Lisa Law

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!

Student Celebrations!

WHS Robotics Earns Inspire Award and Advances to State!

This weekend of January 15, the Woodinville Robotics Team, under the leadership of Advisor Tim Swartz, advanced to the Washington State Championships by winning the Inspire Award! The Inspire Award is given to the team that best embodies FIRST Robotics principles and sets the example for all other teams. In the last 4 seasons WHS Robotics has won the Inspire Award 3 times!

The two teams WHS entered in this 3-event tournament seeded first and second overall, with the 2nd team consisting of freshmen. The Freshmen team also won a design award for their innovative design!

The State Championship event will be held at the Amazon Spheres on Sunday, February 6. The following students contributed to these amazing results!
Nick Sykes
Daryoush Washburn
Kai Tom
Andrew Brooke
Mason Stuart
Yousef Turhi
Neha Modi
Krish Doshi
Kevin Check
Raghav Puri
Tara Misra
Joy Song

Congratulations to the WHS Robotics Team!

Junior Mya Hariri named Woodinville Chamber of Commerce’s Student of the Month! 

Woodinville High School is proud to announce that Junior Mya Hariri was celebrated as Woodinville Chamber of Commerce’s Student of the Month at their luncheon on Thursday, January 20! Myia is a student with excellent grades, on an AP track with two years in our music program, and two years in Leadership. She is currently on our ASB Executive Board serving the role of the ASB Activities Promoter. She has been instrumental in leading teams to build up our school culture and to celebrate student accomplishments. This last week she led our ASB, BSU, and AAPI teams in producing our MLK assembly, sharing her heartfelt story and experiences. We are so appreciative of her efforts to help bring our community together. She exemplifies our moto of “One Falcon, One Family”.  In reflecting on Mya’s work, Activities Director Kurt Melton shared Mya is the definition of a Servant Leader. She is always the first one to step up and lead in the most difficult times. Her work this year has been impressive as always, but the passion and commitment she showed while designing, directing, and publishing our Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. assembly was incredible. Upon viewing the MLK assembly comments we heard such as, "This gives me so much hope.” It is true, Mya's work does just that, it gives hope to many people. Our school is in good hands with her leading the way.  

Lady Falcons win again at the
Liberty Gymnastics Meet!

Once again Covid related cancellations and closures affected this weeks’ gymnastics meet schedule. So, instead of competing at Inglemoor as originally planned, the Lady Falcons gymnastics team adapted their physical flexibility into scheduling flexibility and competed last night in Renton at Liberty High School against Liberty, Issaquah and Mt. Si.  Over the past few months, the Lady Falcons have practiced daily to improve and hone their skills, and the results clearly speak for themselves.  Once again, last night, our Lady Falcons earned top honors in all events.  Their next gymnastics meets is on Jan 27th 7pm at home here at Woodinville where we will be celebrating our seniors Emma Mann and Kellie McElrath, so come watch and cheer them on!  Go Falcons!

Woodinville Individual Event Results Contributing Team Score: 

Cleats vs. Cancer – Bringing Awareness and Support to Children and Families Fighting Cancer 

Monday, January 17, Falcon Football “North Team” student athletes Gavin Thoreson, Isaac Fuiten, Adam Duffy, Bo Graham, Lucas Dahl, Carson Giles, and Oliver Bragg, alongside Head Coach Wayne Maxwell and Coach Guinan, participated in the “Cleats vs. Cancer” competition held at Pop Keeney Stadium. The competition brings awareness and support to children and families fighting cancer. The North Team won 14-12! It was an exciting game, as the team was down 0-12 at halftime and came back to win! Fun experience for those guys finishing up at Pop Keeney. And also, for a great cause in cancer awareness and raising funds to fight cancer. Congratulations and thank you to the athletes and coaches! 


Details are subject to changes in guidance from the Northshore School District, King County Department of Health, and/or the State of Washington.
COVID-19 Testing every Wednesday during 2nd period                                                       
01/24: In-Person Learning Resumes
01/24: 2nd Semester Class Schedules available in Student/ParentVUE
01/27: DECA State Competition Meeting, 7-8pm, Commons
01/31: No School- Non-Student Grading Day
02/04-05: Winter Play, WHS Theatre, 7pm
02/05: DECA Practice
02/05: FBLA Winter Competition 
02/08: Remember to VOTE!
02/10-11: Winter Play, WHS Theatre, 7pm
02/11: SAT at WHS on 03/12 Registration DUE
02/12: DECA Practice 
02/14-18: NHS Black History Month Drive
02/16: Current Grades 9, 10, & 11 2022-23 Registration Distribution @ Advisory
02/21: Spring Final Forms Athletic Registration Due
02/21: No School- President's Day 
02/22-27: No School- Mid-Winter Break
03/02: Current Grades 9, 10, & 11 2022-23 Registration Due @ Advisory
03/02: DECA State Practice
03/3-05: DECA State, Bellevue
03/03-05: HOSA State, Spokane
03/10: Pathway Choir Concert, 7pm
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
03/15: Northlake Orchestra Festival @ WHS
03/18: Blood Drive 
03/24: International DECA Meeting
03/25: Final NHS hours DUE
03/26: DECA Practice
04/02: TOLO
04/02: DECA Practice
04/11-15: No School- Spring Break
05/14: Senior Prom, Pacific Science Center
06/10: Class of 2022 Commencement Rehearsal, MANDATORY, 9-11am
06/14: Class of 2022 Commencement Ceremony, Pop Keeney, 1pm

Northshore Invests: Feb. 8, 2022 Ballot Measures

Northshore has three local funding measures for our students and schools in the February 8, 2022 election.
  • Renewal of the Educational Programs and Operations (EP&O) levy continues day-to-day operations that are not funded by the state.
  • Renewal of the Technology levy continues funding to maintain our investment in technology for our students, including a 1-to-1 ratio of take-home devices to students and teacher training to support learning.
  • The Capital Projects bond will address our highest facility needs by funding additional classrooms and reducing the reliance on portables while also making necessary repairs to our buildings. 
Specific to our school, Woodinville will receive safety and technology infrastructure improvements including updated equipment for video monitoring systems, emergency preparation, wireless networks, and updated network wiring in older locations as well as expanded wireless coverage in under-served areas. We will also receive technology devices for students and staff on a four-year replacement cycle, new classroom technology tools to support innovative learning, adaptive technology tools to support individual student learning needs, and ongoing training opportunities for staff.
The annual school tax rate is projected to decrease during the four years of the measures. With an all-mail election, your ballot should arrive aroundJanuary 20 and remember to vote. Ballots must be returned by Election Day on February 8.

Learn more by joining the District for a Community Conversation webinar on the Bond & Levies with District leadership on either of the following days:

Virtual Brown Bag Information Session - Tuesday, Jan. 25 from 12-1 p.m. on Zoom: 

Virtual Information Session - Thursday, Jan. 27 from 6-7 p.m. on Zoom:

Or learn about these measures online:

February 8, 2022

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 Christie Callahan and 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, Nurse Christie Callahan and Nurse Jennifer Gardner
Thank you for your help in keeping Woodinville HS Students healthy and safe. 

Quarantine Learning Support

Northshore provides opportunities for continuous learning while students have to quarantine due to Covid. Please use the link below to access a schedule of lessons by Northshore educators while your student is quarantining or waiting for COVID testing results. 

Khan Academy approved by NSD as Supplemental Resource for K-12 ELA, Math, Social Studies, and Science 

 KHAN ACADEMY is a free resource that is now approved by NSD to be used as a supplemental resource for K-12 ELA, Math, Social Studies, and Science. KHAN Academy also has a lot of resources for Advanced Placement course prep.  For example, students can link their PSAT scores to Khan Academy, to receive customized support.
Link for Khan Academy:

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.


Spring sports begin on Monday, February 28, when we return from mid-winter break. Athletics registration is OPEN for 2022 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, 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 27. Depending on the number of registrations, women's golf and tennis may also close on February 27. Registration for all other sports will remain open for 1 or 2 weeks 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
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.

Student Celebrations!

Woodinville DECA State Qualifiers!

Congratulations to the following Woodinville DECA students who participated in the Area 3 DECA Competition on January 7, 2022. These students will have the opportunity to attend the WA DECA State Competition in March, with the hopes of earning an invitation to the International Competition!

Individual Series Events
Accounting Applications
5th Place Rohan Upelakar

Apparel and Accessories
2nd Place Erica Porter
13th Place Sakshi Sangani
14th Place Zach Iverson

Automotive Services
6th Place Theo Grothen

Business Finance Services
9th Place Allan Xuan

Business Services
2nd Place Teagan Burger-Moore

3rd Place Hanshal Anguluri
11th Place Ainsley Mann

Food Marketing
1st Place Eileen Miller
2nd Place Saanvi Shetty
5th Place Declan Swan
10th Place Dante McKamey
12th Place Hudson Lund
Hotel and Lodging
1st Place Liesl Giessler
2nd Place Mackenzie Rogers
5th Place Bella Sarti

Human Resources
1st Place Erin O’Hara
2nd Place Lizzie Ruff
3rd Place Callista Partsafas
4th Place Will Ruff
5th Place Sahara Watts

Marketing Communications
1st Place Alex Crooks
7th Place Kaylee Scharfen

Quick Serve Restaurant
5th Place Charlotte Kovacich
6th Place Karissa Mohr

Restaurant and Food Service
4th Place Brady Yamada
7th Place Naiha Gill
12th Place Ryan Roth
13th Place Benjamin Huller

Retail Merchandising
3rd Place Aisha Kulaga

Sports and Entertainment
1st Place Zach Pothoff
3rd Place Myla Munson
5th Place Makenna Bailey
11th Place Dyllan Overcash
13th Place Alexander Hume

Team Decision Making Events
Business Law and Ethics
1st Place Katie Carroll / Erin Lane
8th Place Maddie Cetina / Leah Landmann

Buying and Merchandising
5th Place Isabella Haldi / Maia Riseland
8th Place Ezra Bradley / Silas Cederlund
9th Place Violet Raker / Lilianna Thunberg
11th Place Joey Cervantes / Sritha Chavali
14th Place Rachel Aiken / Isaac San Martino

2nd Place Isabella Corbin / Riley Savage

Hospitality Services
2nd Place Gage Bruce / Ty Tarantino
14th Place Casey Larson / Ethan Wheeler

Marketing Management
3rd Place Bryson Medd / Sydney Medd

Sports and Entertainment
5th Place Daniel Roberto / Chase Rudin

Travel and Tourism
2nd Place Helena Borozan / Anna Harri
3rd Place Payton Schlepp / Olivia Torrie
5th Place Olivia Coffman / Ryan Hildebrand
8th Place Lauren Kok / Rachel Minter
11th Place Ella Drazich / Kenley Welcome
12th Place Kate Miller / Georgia Willis

Professional Selling Events
Professional Selling

1st Place Giovanna Calozza
2nd Place Austin Van Der Sluys
4th Place Sneha Agarwal
6th Place Christopher Woodside
13th Place Dylan Brand

Hospitality and Tourism Professional Selling
2nd Place Joyin Akinola
12th Place Tyra Ferguson
14th Place Tyler Samdal

Financial Consulting
3rd Place Joel Wong
6th Place Katie Ng

Integrated Marketing Events
Integrated Marketing Campaign- Product

6th Place Mina Paganini
10th Place Kaitlyn Farrow / Natalee Farrow

Integrated Marketing Campaign- Service
2nd Place Ella Zamzow / Bailey Kennedy / Adria Cipra
10th Place Robert Hoagland

Integrated Marketing Campaign- Event
3rd Place Chloe Degroff
5th Place Abbie Zamzow / Kylie Wendover / Riley Hager
6th Place Abbie Mai / Addi Egger

Entrepreneurship Written Events
Innovation Plan

9th Place Stuti Tiwari
12th Place Sadie Herring
14th Place Jonathan Krah / Andie McCain / Nathan Soderlund

Start-Up Business Plan
6th Place Ruizhe Liu / Jasmine Phung / Lorelei Rosser
12th Place Bo Graham

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

January 21, 2022
Volume 11, Issue 18
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!

19819 136th Avenue NE | Woodinville, WA 98072 US

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