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Parent Portal sheets will be available all year Monday - Friday, beginning 8/17/16, in the Guidance Office from 7:30am-3:30pm, along with every Saturday, beginning 9/10/16, from 8:30am-11:30am.   
 
 
 
 
Superintendent’s Message
Winter 2016-2017
Superintendent Martin J. Plourde shares a message ushering in the winter season and looking back at student and teacher accomplishments so far. Click here to read the message.
 
WUHSD Winter 2016/2017 Newsletter
Check out WUHSD's Winter Newsletter, which features student, staff and teacher success stories from throughout our District. Click here to read the newsletter.
  
 Monthly WUHSD Update: November 2016
Check out the latest news and events happening at our high schoolsClick here to read our latest update. An archive of all District newsletters is available here.
 
 2015 Report to the Community 
WUHSD students are reaching increasingly higher levels of academic achievement as the result of the District’s focus on its “Whatever It Takes” initiative. The 2015 Report to the Community provides new, detailed information on the District’s academic improvement as well as a budget overview and summary of its ongoing program to modernize facilities. Click here to download the report. Para el informe en español, haga clic aquí.
 
  "ALL IN...Health care for all families"
A project of the children's partnership 
 Three ways to enroll in Medi-Cal & Covered California: 
1(800)300-1506
Find in person help: www.coveredca.com/get-help/local/
 
Mobile Clinic on Wheels from PIH
 Please see the attached PDF for additional information on the services provided by the Mobile Clinic on Wheels from Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital.  Students, Parents of Students, Siblings of Students, Infants and Children of Students are encouraged to take advantage of these services!

The Whittier Union High School District would like to share a concern with our families about a mobile application (app) called “Ogle”. This “app”, which is readily available, claims to be designed for students to post messages, photographs and videos relating to their schools. Students and others are able to do this anonymously and without censorship. 
For more information, 

Headlines

  • Whittier Union Puts the ‘Local’ in LCAP

    As Whittier Union concludes its first quarter of the 2016-17 school year, the District will begin the process of evaluating data from the previous school year and review its Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) to ensure students are receiving a high-quality, customized education. Meetings are planned March 8 and April 27.

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  • Raised in India, Cal High Scholar Finds Home and Success Among Condor Family

    Jashandeep Anand arrived to the United States at 14 years old, apprehensive about the environment he was walking into and struggling to understand an unfamiliar language and culture. Born and raised in New Delhi, India, Anand’s worries and concerns began to dissipate when he and his family first walked onto the California High School campus. Affectionately known as “Jash,” Anand has been embraced by his Condor family and was recognized with an Award of Merit by the Whittier Union High School District Board of Trustees.

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  • Cal High Culinary Academy Students Dedicate Kitchen to Chef Marco Zapien

    Dozens of students in California High School’s Culinary Arts Academy who are learning to whip up sizzling recipes and concoct delicious innovative creations dedicated a “kitchen” to a local inspiration of their own – Chef Marco Zapien, executive chef and owner of Zapien’s Salsa Grill and Taqueria in Pico Rivera.

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  • District College Fair Attracts Hundreds

    Whittier Union in September hosted its annual District College Fair, attracting hundreds of students and their parents to the California High School campus, where they met with dozens of college representatives and learned how to prepare for college.

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  • Whittier Union Stimulates STEM Exploration with Host of New Courses

    To prepare students for a future in technology and innovation, the Whittier Union High School District this year is launching a host of new courses in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields at its comprehensive high schools, with topics ranging from crime scene investigation to video game graphics and design.

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