Woodstock High School

News and Announcements

PARCC Testing begins March 4 and continues through March 11, 2015

The PARCC Test will be administered in computer labs on March 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, or 11 and April 21, 22, 23, or 24 to all students who are taking a junior-level English Language Arts course or Algebra II course.

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View the 2015 Advanced Placement (AP) Test schedule

The 2015 AP Exam schedule is now available. For more information on AP Exams, please call the school counseling office at 815.206.2252. 

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“Beyond Academics” Discussion Open to Students and Parents

Middle and High School students and their parents are invited to attend “Beyond Academics” – a discussion of topics and issues that students may encounter in high school that can affect their academic performance and mental health.

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Nominate an Outstanding District 200 Senior

The District 200 Board of Education is seeking nominations for the PRIDE Awards, which will be given to outstanding seniors in this year’s graduating classes of Woodstock High School and Woodstock North High School. Students will be recognized in seven different categories which represent the areas that the School Board believes are truly valued by the community of District 200. The award categories are Scholarship, Personal Achievement, Vocational Excellence, Fine Arts, Athletics, School Service and Community Service.

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Illinois State Standardized Testing

Over the course of the next several weeks, District 200 students in grades 3-11 will be taking state mandated assessments.  Attached are letters that provide information about the testing schedule as well as tips on how parents can help their children come prepared on testing days.

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New Family App Provides Parents with Easy Access to Information

We are pleased to announce the availability of a new school communications app for smartphone or tablet. The Family App is an extension of the eSchoolPLUS Home Access Center currently available for parents of middle and high school students. The eSchoolPLUS Family App, available to all parents, will provide attendance and fee payment information, as well as the ability to email teachers from a phone. Middle and High School parents will also have access to information about student assignments and course grades. (This feature is currently being developed for use at the elementary level.)  

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Illinois 5Essentials Survey

This year the Illinois 5Essentials Survey will be administered to students in grades 6-12. The survey is designed by the University of Chicago and is being used by the Illinois State Board of Education as part of the state’s school accountability process. The survey gathers information about the school’s learning environment from the perspective of the teacher and student.  

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SHAPE Woodstock Event Rescheduled for April 9th

We are happy to announce that the SHAPE Woodstock workshop with Paul Zientarski has been rescheduled for Thursday, April 9th. Inclement weather on January 8th forced the cancellation of our original program, and we are grateful that Mr. Zientarski is able to reschedule with us for April.  Zientarski is the  founder of the Learning Readiness Program for Naperville School District 203.  He will discuss how he and other educators have made a difference in the lives of students through exercise.  

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Winter Safety Reminder for All D200 Families

As professionals dedicated to safely transporting children, the care and protection of our students is always on the minds of the D200 Transportation staff.   As winter approaches (bringing with it winter driving conditions), the Transportation Department would like to remind all D200 families of some important safety guidelines.

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Engineering Design and Development students give their progress report to Woodstock City Council Transportation Commission

The Project Lead The Way Engineering and Design Development class gave their progress report to the Transportation Commission of the Woodstock City Council. Their problem-solving project is a recommendation for a round-a-bout to be built at the intersections of South, Lake, and Madison Streets by the railroad tunnel.

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March 6, 2015

End of 3rd Quarter

March 6, 2015

WHS SRO and PB Tour D200 Schools

March 7, 2015

WHS & WNHS Solo and Ensemble Concert

March 10, 2015

WHS SRO and PB Concert

March 11, 2015

PARCC PBA Testing Ends

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