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SR WHHS Summer Reading Requirements: English

Although the summer months bring a time to relax, have fun, and enjoy the freedom of no school schedules, students benefit greatly from participating in a summer reading program.

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2019 Class of 2019 Graduation Commencement

Congratulations to the Class of 2019!  Click here for a video replay

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PNC WHHS Students Sign With PNC

Congratulations to the newest employees of PNC Bank: Dajohn Cosby, Debrieanna Eddins, Micah Fancher, Nasir Freeman, Jessica Hagman, Khimira Martin, & Hannah Watkins.  
 

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Woodland Hills School District Realignment Letter to Parents Woodland Hills School District Realignment Letter to Parents

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Restorative Justice Dr. Fania Davis Visits WHJSHS

Dr. Fania Davis, a leading national voice in the field of restorative justice, long-time social justice activist, civil rights trial attorney, restorative justice practitioner, writer, professor, and scholar with a Ph.D. in indigenous knowledge, visited Woodland Hills Junior-Senior High School on March 19th. 

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Pitt WHHS Book Club Visits The Carnegie

Students in the WHHS Book Club travelled to the Carnegie Lecture Hall in Oakland to take part in an author talk with Valeria Luiselli. Her critically acclaimed narrative Tell Me How It Ends: An Essay in Forty Questions has been described as a call to action and “vital for understanding the crisis that immigrants to the U.S. are facing”

After hearing from Ms. Luiselli, the students took part in a guided tour of the 58th Carnegie International Exposition at the Carnegie Museum of Art.

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DS WHHS Alum Returns To Perform

Donovan Smith, a 2010 WHHS graduate, met with and performed for current students on February 19, 2019. Donovan is currently based in Switzerland where he sings as a freelance tenor in the opera chorus at Opernhaus Zürich (Zurich Opera House). He recently received his artist diploma in the summer of 2018 from Hochschule der Künste Bern (Bern University of the Arts) where he also completed his master’s studies.

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ECET2 ECET2 Comes to Woodland Hills

Elevating and Celebrating Effective Teachers and Teaching, ECET2, was hosted in Woodland Hills on Friday, February 15th.  This was made possible thanks to a generous grant from the New Venture Fund.  Staff members facilitated over forty sessions of professional learning for their peers, shared ideas in colleague circles, and celebrated our staff members with twenty or more years of service to the Woodland Hills School District. 

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Parent OSTCP Letter Distribution Information

Dear Woodland  Hills Jr.I Sr. High School Parent or Guardian,

We would like to make you aware of the choices available to you based on the results of your child's school on the 2017-2018 Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) and/or Keystone Exams. The PSSA and Keystones are annual exams given to Pennsylvania students at various grade levels to measure their academic progress.

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M King WHIS Welcomes Maxwell King

The Woodland Hills Interaction Series will be hosting author Maxwell King on Friday, March 8 at 1PM in our Library Media Center. He will be speaking to WHHS child development classes.  Mr. King is the author of The Good Neighbor: The Life and Work of Fred Rogers and was featured in the 2018 documentary Won't You Be My Neighbor? Currently, Mr. King is the president and CEO of the Pittsburgh Foundation.

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HamEd WHHS Students Take Part in Hamilton Education Program

On Friday January 25th, 58 WHHS students enjoyed a day at the Benedum Center that culminated with a viewing of Lin Manuel Miranda's Hamilton.  The students participated in six after-school classes and completed a research project and performance to be eligible for special tickets sponsored by The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. 

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Y Harvey WHIS Welcomes Acclaimed Poet Yona Harvey

On Wednesday, January 23, poet Yona Harvey spoke with our students as part of the Woodland Hills Interaction Series. Ms. Harvey is the author of the poetry collection Hemming the Water and she has written for several issues of Marvel Comics' Black Panther series spin-offs. She has also written for the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh's Chutz-Pow! Superheroes of the Holocaust comic book series.

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