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NHS Final Hours Submission

All final hours for National Honor Society members are due by 11:59 p.m. on March 24th, 2023. Students will upload documentation of at least 30 service hours total to the assignment on the NHS Schoology page. 10 of your hours must be in-school hours and only 6 of the in-school hours can be from donations. All other donations are community service hours. Please remember to submit ALL service hours for the year, including a resubmission of the hours submitted as your first 5 hours.

Students who do not upload their final hours using the correct form and supporting documentation will not be able to participate in the induction ceremony or receive a pin, certificate, or cords. Attendance at the induction ceremony is required to receive your certificate, pins, and cords and will be held at WHS on May 18th, 2023.

If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Tanksley at

WHS High School Accreditation 2022-23

As shared thoughout the school year, Woodinville High School is participating in the voluntary Washington State Accreditation process. Coming up on Thursday, March 23 the process will culmunate with a site evaluation followed by a presentation at the state level later in the spring. 
  • This voluntary process takes place every 6 years, along with a 3-year check in, 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. 
For further understanding of what the accreditation process entails, please view the WHS Accreditation presentation that outlines the timeline, 6 phases, requirements, and our Strategic Action Plan Goals.
We are excited about the process and showing off what a great school we have!
My First Formal 2023 - Tickets
"Through the Looking Glass"

The WHS Class of 2024 is so excited to host My First Formal this year (formally known as the Daddy Daughter Dance)!

The dance will take place on Saturday, March 25, from 6-8 p.m. It will be held at Woodinville High School in the Commons, and will feature live music, games and activities, food, and dancing! The theme is "Through the Looking Glass" and will feature a variety of fun "adventure in wonderland" activities and dancing for adults and children alike! 

Suggested age for children: 5-12, but all kids will be welcome!

Save money by registering early through Wednesday, March 22! (Cash or check only is accepted at the door.)
Saturday, March 25, 6-8p
Woodinville High School Commons
19819 136th Ave NE, Woodinville, WA 98072

  • Please complete this Google Form to pre-register for the event. 
  • Online discounted ticket pricing is available through Wed., April 20.
Online Pre-Registration Ticket Prices:

$25 for a adult/child pair
$12 for any additional members of your party (Adult or Child)

  • Ticket prices at the door are $15 per person (cash or check only)
Proceeds support reducing the price of Prom and Senior Breakfast tickets for the Class of 2024!

Attire: We tend to see a variety of different outfits at this dance. In the past it has been mostly "nicer" attire often aligned with the theme of the dance, but whatever you and/or your child(s) feels comfortable with!

If you have any questions regarding this event, you can contact us through our email: and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
We look forward to a wonderful night!
WHS “That 70s Tolo”
WHS Commons, Sat, April 1, 8-11 p.m.

This year the theme is "That 70s Tolo" and takes place on Saturday, April 1 from 8pm-11pm at the WHS Commons!

Tickets are on sale March 27-March 31 before school (7:50-8:20a), during Options, lunches, and after school (3:20-3:50p) at the WHS Cashier’s or Main Office, with debit/credit, cash, or check payable to WHS:
  • $15 w/ASB,
  • $20 w/o ASB & non-WHS Guests***
  • Tickets will also be on sale at the door (cash or check ONLY) for $25 (WHS students ONLY
Fines/Fees MUST be paid or cleared to purchase dance tickets! 

All students must have picture ID to enter the dance!

Students are expected to comply with current District, State, and Department of Health COVID protocols (masks optional).

***If WHS students want to invite a guest from another school, ONE guest is allowed per WHS student with the required paperwork in place by Friday, March 31. Please plan ahead, as the required Non-WHS Guest Authorization Form is required for each guest (with the guest’s principal’s signature and a WHS Admin signature) to purchase the $20 per guest ticket by 2nd lunch on Friday, March 31.

Guest forms will also be available outside ASB Room 101 and at the Main Office.

Students must bring the completed Non-WHS Guest Authorization Form when tickets are purchased. 

No guests at the door.

Please note: Transportation and before/after dance activities are not provided or sponsored by Woodinville High School or the Northshore School District. This includes any transportation/events including, but not limited to, limos, party buses, and boat excursions.

Message from your WHS Counselors

Hi Falcon Families, 

Registration for next year, 2023-24!
Counselors started the individual 1:1 meetings with freshmen this week.  The purpose is to confirm their course requests, check their grad status and align their transcript with their post grad plan. Counselors will meet with sophomores the week of 3/20 and juniors the week of 3/27.

Accessing your Counselor:
During the 1:1 registration meetings, counselors will be slower to respond to emails and voicemails.  Please be patient with us.  If you have not heard back and have an urgent matter, reach out to Counseling Office Manager, Roberta Porter at 425-408-7418 to get a message to your counselor.  

Thinking about how to pay for college?  If you have not already, please make sure to complete your FAFSA ( and check out our Scholarship page: for local and national scholarship opportunities. If you have any questions, please contact your counselor.

Seniors, if you haven’t already completed your High School and Beyond Plan, the time is now! Please check out this link for more info:

10th and 11th grade students who are interested in Running Start please begin by reading through the WHS RS website at

The Satellite and Wanic deadline to sign up is March 24th. Check out this link for more information:

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

College and Career News

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

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

Looking for Falcon
Spirit Gear?

WHS ASB has partnered with Jostens to bring an online spirit wear store to the Falcon community!  A percentage of all sales go to Woodinville High School ASB in support of student-driven cultural, athletic, recreational, and social activities at WHS!!
There are t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, jerseys, bags, backpacks, and other accessories in stock--something for the entire family! 

Checkout what the online store has to offer!

GO Falcons!

Student Celebrations!

Alumni News! Class of 2019 Alumnus Luke Houser earned the NCAA title in the men’s mile! 

WHS celebrates Class of 2019 Alumnus & UW Track & Field Student-Athlete Luke Houser! Luke earned the NCAA title in the men's mile! Additionally, for the first time since the Hoover Administration, the University of Washington Men’s Track & Field Team earned a top-four finish at an NCAA Championship. The Huskies earned the fourth-place trophy March 11 at the Albuquerque Convention Center in New Mexico to cap off a historic indoor season.  Learn more about the competition here: and more about Luke here:!
HOSA State Results!

Last week 3,000 students attended HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) WA State Conference and Competition. They represented 56,000 HOSA members from five WA State regions. 

Woodinville High School HOSA chapters 25 students stood out as highly trained, creative, and upbeat competitors. Please congratulate the following students with placement in top five in WA State. 

Afrah Sheik Dawood - Nursing Assistant 1st place 
Katie Fink - Nursing Assistant 2st place 
Brook Harper - Nursing Assistant 3st place 
Jordan Melton - Nursing Assistant 4st place 
Katie Herbert - Nursing Assistant 5st place 
Medha Raj - CPR/First Aid 1st place 
Mounika Sangati - CPR/First Aid 1st place 
Sritha Sivaramakrishnan - CPR/First Aid 5st place 
Alex Nam - CPR/First Aid 5st place 
Mihika Jain - Public Health 3rd place 
Amanda Zheng - Public Health 3rd place 
Jordan Melton - Home Health Aid 4th place 
Amanda Zheng - Home Health Aid 5th place 
Melissa Escalante - Life Support 1st place 
Nikhil George - Health Career Display 1st place 
Mihika Jain - Health Career Display 1st place 
Isshane El Yacoubi - Health Career Display 2nd place 
Jessica Lewallen - Health Career Display 2nd place
Shrya Patel - Prepared Speaking 1st place

Shrya was elected as WA HOSA president elect for the year 2022-2023.

Science Club Heads to State!

Recently, team members traveled to the Tri-Cities area to compete in the annual Science Bowl regionals. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Science Bowl® is a nationwide academic competition that tests students’ knowledge in all areas of science and mathematics. Middle and high school student teams from diverse backgrounds are comprised of four students, and one alternate. These teams face-off in a fast-paced question-and-answer format, being tested on a range of science disciplines including biology, chemistry, Earth science, physics, energy, and math. While not placing in the top three out of 24 teams this year, we had a solid showing and are proud of our two teams which consisted of:

Colin Pascual
Matthew Ng
Mneha Modi
Tessa Han
Kaitlin Nguyen
Sophia Roessler
Satvik Kabbur
Pranav Pandrangi

This weekend, 15 of our club members competed in the regionals of the Science Olympiad. Science Olympiad competitions are like academic track meets, consisting of a series of 23 team events in each division. Each year, a portion of the events are rotated to reflect the ever-changing nature of genetics, earth science, chemistry, anatomy, physics, geology, mechanical engineering and technology. By combining events from all disciplines, Science Olympiad encourages a wide cross-section of students to get involved. Emphasis is placed on active, hands-on group participation.

This year, our team competed across 24 events and against 21 other teams, placing 7th overall and earning a spot in next month’s state level competition. Notable performances included 2nd place in Cell Biology (Matter Ng and Satvik Kabbur), 3rd in WiFI Lab (Satvik Kabbur and Ria Argawal), and 4th in Bridge Building (Niobe Guilianians and Emerson Kirby). Our full team roster consisted of: 

Joy Song
Niobe Guilanians
Tessa Han
Aveen Thoohan
Jishnu Mehta
Ishaan Srivastava
Ria Agarwal
Matthew Ng
Pranav Pandrangi
Jiya Joshi
Satvik Kabbur
Tanush Ojha
Neha Modi
Emerson Kirby
Kaitlin Nguyen

Best of luck to our Science Club as they head to state on April 15 at Eastern Washington University!


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

03/17-18: State Thespian Festival @ WWU
03/17-18: State Debate Tournament
03/18-19: Choral Arts NW Event, I.H.S. Concert Hall
03/20: Spring Equinox
03/20-24: ASB/NHS Service Week
03/21: Senior Class Meeting during Activity Tuesday
03/21: Northale Orchestra II Festival @ NCHS
03/21: WIDA Make Ups
03:22: WHS SAT School Day Exam
03/22: Class of 2023 Commencement Announcement Distribution (by Jostens), Main Office Foyer, Lunches
03/22: Northlake Choir II Festival @ I.H.S.
03/22: ASB 2023-24 Eecutive Officers Announced
03/23: DECA Int'l Competition Meeting
03/23: Northlake Band II Festival @ Eastlake HS
03/23-24: TSA State
03/24: NHS Hours Due
03/25: My First Formal
03/27-31: Tolo Spirit Week
03/27-31: Conselor 1-to-1's: Grade 11 for 2023-24 course registration
03/28: World Language Competency Exam
03/29: Spanish Club Int'l Potluck
04/01-30: Arab American Heritage Month
04/01: "That 70s Tolo" Dance, WHS Commons, 8-11p
04/28: Senior Class Meeting during Activity Tuesday
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: Senior Class Meeting prior to the Moving Up Assembly
06/08: Moving Up Assembly
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
Senior Class Meeting during Activity Tuesday, Tues, 3/21

Seniors! Mark your calendars. There will be a Senior Class Meeting during Activity Tuesday on Tuesday, March 21 (10:55-11:30a) to learn about graduation, the Senior Timeline, Grad Night, and preliminary information about the June 13 Commencement Ceremony! (Running Start Seniors go to Commons.)

Seniors will also make nominations for the Class of 2023 student-selected senior Commencement speaker during this meeting!


Be there and be sure to continue checking the Class of 2023 website for news and information as we move through the end of the school year and graduation!

Class of 2023: Jostens Commencement Announcement Order Distribution, Wed, 3/22, Main Office Foyer, Both Lunches

Jostens will be at WHS on Wednesday, March 22 during both lunches at the Main Office Foyer to distribute Commencement announcements that were ordered in the fall.

Be sure to make plans to pick items up that were ordered! Please note fines and fees must be paid or cleared to pick up the items.

If a senior is unable to be at school, a friend or relative can pick up the items; however, a signed note from the parent must be provided to Jostens. The individual picking up the items will be required to sign for them, relieving Jostens of responsibility if they should become lost or misplaced. As mentioned, fines and fees must be paid or cleared, as well.

Questions? Contact Jostens at 360-653-9102 or by email at
All seniors need to pay particular attention to the dates in the Senior Timeline and are encouraged to mark their calendars. Please continue to check the WHS Class of 2023 webpage found under Activities, for ongoing and updated news and information, as well check here for any updates to the Senior Timeline as we proceed through second semester and graduation.

Falcons! Are you interested in showcasing your musical abilities?

The WHS Graduation Committee is seeking seniors to sing the National Anthem at the Commencement Ceremony, as well as the Senior Awards Ceremony, or the Moving Up Assembly

Additionally, are you a senior, junior, sophomore, or freshman interested in performing at the Moving Up Assembly? We are also looking for soloists or groups that would like to perform a song of their choice

Auditions are Tuesday, April 18 at 3:30 p.m. in the Choir Room (409)

Learn more and students must register here by April 17 (the link is also on the WHS Class of 2023 website under Activities)
Contact Mr. Mikkelson, Assistant Principal Taylor, or Mrs. Schwans (Office 716)!

Class of 2023 Grad Night Sign Ups: Now thru May 15

Class of 2023 Grad Night Event tickets are on sale for $195 by 3/31/23, or $210 by 4/30/23, or $225 after 5/1/23.
  • Grad Night takes place on June 13 from 9:30pm – 5:30am and is sponsored by the parents of graduating seniors. It is not affiliated or sponsored by WHS or the Northshore School District. 
    Learn More Here!  —> Grad Night Flyer 2023
  • Need-based scholarships are available. Please contact your WHS counselor for information and criteria qualifications
  • Sign up and learn more here:
  • Grad Night Event questions can be answered by emailing
Service Week, Mon, March 20-Fri, March 24

Service week is Monday, March 20 through Friday, March 24 right after school in Room 101. Earn in school NHS service hours before they're due on March 24 at 11:59pm. First come first service as supplies are limited! Each day we will be making something different:

Monday: Friendship bracelet making for Seattle Children's Hospital
Tuesday: Uplifting card making for local retirement homes
Wednesday: Pet toy making for homeward pets
Thursday: Care package making for women's shelters
Friday: Campus Clean up!
Spring State Testing 2022-23:
Mark Your Calendars

In the spring of the 2022-23 school year, current 10th-grade students are scheduled to participate in Smarter Balanced ELA and math state testing as an avenue of fulfilling the state's ELA and math graduation pathway requirement.  Additionally, any 11th-grade or 12th-grade students who have not yet fulfilled the state ELA and/or math graduation pathway requirement will have the opportunity to re-take the ELA and/or math Smarter Balanced test. Juniors will also participate in the state WCAS science exam for federal accountability purposes.

Students must be present on each designated testing day or will need to participate in a make-up session for the missed section of the exam.

Students must bring their fully-charged district-device when participating in state testing, along with compatible earbuds/headsets. (Headsets will be provided for students who do not bring personal earbuds/headsets).
Testing for Woodinville High School students is administered during the student's typical English, math, or science class period.

When are the tests? Who takes which test?

SBAC English Language Arts (ELA) Testing
All 10th graders and any 11th / 12th graders still needing to meet the state's ELA graduation pathway requirement will test during their English class period:
  • Periods 2/4/6: April 17 (CAT) & April 19 (PT)
  • Periods 1/3/5/7: April 18 (CAT) & April 20 (PT)

SBAC Math Testing 
All 10th-graders and any 11th- / 12th-graders still needing to meet the state's math graduation pathway requirement will test during their math class period:
  • Periods 2/4/6: May 15 (CAT) & May 17 (PT)
  • Periods 1/3/5/7:  May 16 (CAT) & May 18 (PT)

WCAS Science Testing
All 11th-graders will take the WCAS (Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science) for federal accountability purposes:
  • Periods 2/4/6:  May 24 (WCAS)
  • Periods 1/3/5/7: May 25 (WCAS)
Please note that 9th-graders do not participate in spring state testing

If an 11th- or 12th-grade student has already met standard in English Language Arts or Math, then the student not need to test again. 

If you have a specific question at this time regarding State testing, please contact your student's counselor or Assessment Coordinator Mike Kelly at

WHS Dance Team Tryout Clinics

Woodinville High School Dance Team will be having Saturday clinics in the Main Gym at WHS to prepare students for tryouts coming up next month. These clinics are only available for current WHS students.
  • March 18 9a-12p
  • March 25 12-3p
  • April 8 9a-12p
Dance Team will also be holding a mandatory parent meeting on March 29 in the WHS Library from 6-7pm.
Please reach out to Ms. Woodard at for details and registration!
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.

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.
Happy St. Patrick's Day PTSA Family!

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!
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 Recordings for Education on Navigating Teen Mental Health

The PTSA was pleased to bring you a parent education series featuring Cher Anderton, Clinical Social Worker/Therapist, on Navigating Teen Mental Health.

The two one hour recordings are below and will be available until March 31st.

Teen Behaviors & Knowing the Red Flags
Northshore Parent Event 3/2/23

Supporting Teens through Transitions & Changes 
Northshore Parent Event 3/9/23
WHS PTSA Emergency Preparedness Committee Help!
WHS PTSA is looking for one or two volunteers to head up the Emergency Preparedness Committee next year.  The is a vital committee responsible for making sure we have all the supplies and food in the classrooms and our storage containers in case of an emergency.     Our current leads are here through the end of the school year and they would be happy to do cross training while they are still here.   If you are interested please reach out to us at
WHS Music Boosters News & Fundraiser
We appreciate the continued support and generosity of our community! It was wonderful seeing familiar, as well as new faces, at our meeting on Monday! We are getting close to our Disneyland Trip and final preparations and planning are underway. Due to our amazing community, Music Boosters will be able to reduce the cost of the trip, offer t-shirts, and pay for instrument rentals or baggage checks, whichever is the best value. Thanks for helping to make these things possible!

Our next and last Dine Out for this school year is coming up on April 4th, all day. It’s been another popular venue with students and families alike. The money raised will help us replenish our budget and start building again for next year. Thanks for considering.

Our next Music Booster meeting will be Monday, April 3rd from 6-7 p.m. in the WHS Library. At that time, if not before, we hope to have trip information and final details. We will also be discussing the Pops Concert coming up in May. We hope to see you there!
Take care,
Your Music Booster Committee

WHS Music Booster Donations

The WHS Music Boosters gladly accepts donations through PayPal at the QR code below!
WHS Cheer Tryouts
Tryouts for the 2023-2024 cheer squad will take place April 17-20! Join us at our info meeting on March 21st at 6pm in the WHS Library to learn more. Interested in trying out? Get a head start by registering in FinalForms under Coed Cheer Tryouts for Spring 2023.

Register on the Woodinville Athletics Webiste by clicking on the FinalForms link.
Register for Athletics!

Questions? Email Coach Laura Frost and Coach Kayla Hoffman

Go Falcons!

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.

Questions about student meals? 

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

From the WHS Health Room

COVID Updates: 

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

Other Illnesses: 

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

Students must be fever-free without fever reducing medication and 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"

March 17, 2023
Volume 12, Issue 21
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!

19819 136th Avenue NE | Woodinville, WA 98072 US

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