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kindness WH Students Show Kindness can be Contagious

About 35 WHHS students were among the kindness ambassadors in Pittsburgh yesterday for Pittsburgh Kindness Day, sponsored in part by the Caileigh Lynn McDowell Foundation. Click to Read More

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midnight madness Woodland Hills Midnight Madness--Nov 18th

Woodland Hills Midnight Madness 2017 will take place at 7:00 pm on Saturday Nov 18th at the Jr/Sr High School.

This free event is open to All District Residents and Families

Competitions Open to All Kids in Attendance

Bring your basketball!!!!!

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Festive Friday Dress Down Day

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November 17th Districtwide Dress Down Day

$1 donation to HUGS

Bring out the tacky sweaters!

Wear anything festive; Santa hats, antlers, ornaments, etc...

GO ALL OUT!

Your donations will help fund community events like the upcoming H.U.G.S. for the Holidays!

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UPMC Does your child have Asthma?

If your child has Asthma, you may qualify for a Vitamin D research study through UPMC.

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WHIS Read-A-Thon a Success

Nearly 500 grade 7-12 students took part in the Woodland Hills Interaction Series' biannual Read-A-Thon on November 2nd.  Sixteen WHSD teachers, administrators, school board members filled the school day with excerpts of favorite books along with sharing their love of reading.  The Read-A-Thon, now in its 4th school year, promotes a life long love of reading as the students were introduced to a variety of new authors and writing styles. 

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Be There United Way "Be There" campaign takes aim at school attendance!

United Way's "Be There" initiative is aimed at reducing chronic absenteeism which can result from excused absences--not just unexcused absences. Both types of absences can cause a child to fall behind in their learning and ultimately lead to long-term problems

K-3 Parents, sign up to receive customized text messages for absent or chronically truant students.

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Real-World STEM Demonstration at WHJSHS

The students in Dr. Kost’s Math Tech classes obtained real world experience as the Churchill Police Department provided a live demonstration of the VASCAR process.  Officer Chris Lewandowski provided students with an overview of the system and how mathematics plays a role in the process. 

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Fairchild Winners Academy Academy Students Win First Place in Fairchild Challenge One

Congratulations to Woodland Hills Academy 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students for winning first place in Fairchild Challenge 1 at Phipps Conservatory. Challenge one asked middle school students to reduce food waste by creating a cookbook of recipes that were made from unused parts of food, ugly fruits and vegetables, or food that was close to its expiration date. They were also asked to conduct research about how food waste contributes to climate change and write an essay about it. As a bonus, they were challenged to reduce the amount of food they waste at home and measure the difference in their food waste before and after being eco-conscious. Their cookbook that included ten recipes and was entitled “An Ap’peel’ing ‘Scrap’book of Green Cuisine” earned 200.8 out of a possible 200 points. We are very proud of their superior work!

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J&H poster Department of Performing Arts presents Jekyll and Hyde

The Department of Performing Arts presents Jekyll and Hyde November 30, December 1 and 2 at 7:30pm and December 2 at 2:00pm in the Thomas G. Crone Auditorium.  Tickets are $8 and available at the door or by calling 412.244.1100 x5154.

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Wonder Help Julia Roberts, Help WHI

November 17th - 19th

 

One dollar from every ticket sold opening weekend for the long-awaited movie Wonder will be donated to the Woodland Hills Intermediate MakerSpace and Media Club.  Just click here to go to Filmraiser.com.  Search for Woodland Hills Intermediate MakerSpace/Media Club and purchase your tickets ahead of time.   Enjoy the movie and help WHI purchase some much needed materials.

 

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WolverineWear Wolverine Spirit Wear Now Available

The athletic department has exciting news.  They have officially opened their very own online store for athletic spirit wear.  This location will provide a direct opportunity for students, staff, and community members to purchase shirts, sweats, hats, and various other items.  There are two tiers of pricing.  The basic style of Gilman apparel and the advanced Under Armour apparel.  Please spread the word to all of the Woody High fans that you know.   CLICK HERE to see all the options.

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Bronze 17 WHHS Again A Bronze Medalist by U.S. News & World Report

Congratulations to Woodland Hills High School on earning their fourth straight Bronze Medal by U.S. News & World Report.

The U.S. News rankings include data on more than 21,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. Schools were awarded gold, silver, or bronze medals based on their performance on state assessments and how well they prepare students for college. Other local Bronze Medal schools include Gateway and Kiski Area.

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