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Dr. Height Celebrating Dr. Dorothy Height - March 24th

March 24th is Dr. Dorothy Height Day at the Rankin Promise Program.  Join us LIVE from Rankin at 10:30 on Friday, March 24th as we celebrate one of our most famous residents and learn more about her many contributions as both a civil and women's rights activist.

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Hi5! Kindergarten, Here I Come Kindergarten Registration Dates & Times

Kindergarten Registration dates set for 2017-2018 School Year.  Child MUST be 5 by September 1, 2017. Click here for more information.

 

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Millionaire Book Club Millionaire Book Club Family Night

The Woodland Hills Millionaire Book Club held their first Family Night of 2017.  This is the tenth year the Instructional Coaches have implemented this very popular Woodland Hills reading incentive program.  The program’s theme this year is “Growing a Reader.”  Over 100 families from across the district, enjoyed book reviews, genre bingo, developing reading goals, a Google Apps presentation, a book scavenger hunt, and of course, delicious refreshments. In addition to receiving a brand new book of their choice, each book club member also planted a sunflower seed to celebrate the first day of Spring and to symbolize their growth as readers.

 

 

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PSSA WHJSHS PSSA Testing Information

Attention WHJSHS 7th and 8th grade parents and students:

Please note the change in our schedule due to PSSA Testing in April & May. During the dates in which we are testing, 8th grade students will arrive to school at their normal times while 7th grade students will be operating on a two-hour delay.

Testing will take place on the following days:

April 3, 4, 5, 6, 24, 25, 26 and May 1, 2

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Esper WHHS Alum Dr. Stephen Esper Interacts With Students

On March 17th, Woodland Hills High School alum and UPMC cardiothoracic anesthesiologist Dr. Stephen Esper interacted with students about his career & their futures as part of the Woodland Hills Interaction Series.  The 1999 graduate implemented, along with UPMC's Dr. Jennifer Holder-Murray, the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery, or ERAS, approach in Pittsburgh.

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PDH School Vaccination Changes and Updates

The PA Department of Health is changing school immunization regulations beginning August 2017.  The new vaccination requirements include 2 doses of meningococcal conjugate vaccine, the second given at age 16 or entry into 12th grade.

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Congratulations to the Boys’ Varsity Basketball Team

The boys’ varsity basketball team had an outstanding season, they finished with an overall record of 16-10.  This is the first time since the 2011-2012 season that they qualified for the WPIAL playoffs.  In the playoffs they had impressive victories over perennial powers Mount Lebanon and Fox Chapel. 

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tech honor soc WHHS Students recognized by NTHS

Two WHHS students were honored with induction in the National Technical Honor Society.  Seniors Cameron Fennell and Lizbeth Romero-Ramirez were recognized at a ceremony today at Forbes Road Career and Technical Center in Monroeville.  

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 EdCamp 2017

Special Thanks to everyone who made this years WH EdCamp a great success.

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rifle WHHS Rifle Team Wins 4th Straight PA State Title

The Woodland Hills Rifle team finished first in the 16th annual Pennsylvania State Scholastic Team Championships last week.  The Wolverines outshot DIstrict 5 champion Everett by an amazing 7.2 points.  The Wolverines are the first team to win 4 straight PA State Scholastic team championships.  Great job Wolverines!

In addition to the team championship,  Sarah Rodocker finished 2nd in the state individual championships shooting just .3 points behind champion Luke Brambley of Everett High School.

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PPT logo WHJSHS Students Excel At PPT Shakespeare Contest

Congratulations to Qasai Smalls and Paul Jetter on being selected as finalists in The Pittsburgh Public Theatre’s Shakespeare Monologue and Scene Contest.  Qasai and Paul, along with several other classmates, put on strong performances in the preliminary round of judging.  

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Ken Gormley Duquesne University President Leads Interaction at WHJSHS

On Monday, February 27, 2017, Dr. Ken Gormley,  President of Duquesne University, addressed the historical significance and legacy of Thurgood Marshall, Charles Hamilton Houston, and the landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision of 1954. This event was coordinated by Social Studies Department chair Brad Zolnak and produced by Jason Coleman and Kevin McGuire as part of the Woodland Hills Interaction Series.

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