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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!
 
 Superintendent’s Message
Superintendent Sandra Thorstenson welcomes the onset of Spring and the  collaborative work of the Board of Trustees, faculty and staff to achieve higher levels of excellence on behalf of Whittier Union students, ensuring their well-being and continued success. 

NEW - WUHSD March 2015 E-Newsletter 
Read about the latest success stories to come out of Whittier Union's campuses and the many achievements the District has celebrated. Click here to view the e-newsletter.
 
2013 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 2013 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. 

Headlines

  • Whittier Union to Expand Summer School Courses, Create Academic English Course Under LCAP

    Whittier Union High School District plans to invest $15 million to expand summer school courses, broaden student mental health services, strengthen technology support and implement a unique Academic English course that will directly support English learner students as part of its 2015-18 Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). The plan, a requirement of the state’s school funding system, guides District efforts to improve student learning.

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  • Whittier Union Celebrates More Than 3,000 Graduates

    More than 3,000 students from Whittier Union High School District’s five comprehensive high schools, two alternative high schools, adult school and Transition program for special education students ages 18 to 22 capped their high school careers with commencement ceremonies June 2-3.

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  • Whittier Union Celebrates Grand Opening of Dick Torres Memorial Stadium

    The Whittier Union High School District unveiled its spectacular 7,000-seat football stadium at Pioneer High School – among the largest high school stadiums in the San Gabriel Valley – to the community during a grand opening ceremony on May 28. The $17.5 million facility, built with proceeds from the $75 million Measure W facilities bond, was dedicated as the Dick Torres Memorial Stadium in honor of Richard (Dick) Torres, who died in 2010 after serving more than 30 years as an educational leader and inspiration to Whittier Union students.

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  • Whittier Union Students Explore Challenges of Running a City through Collaborative Governance Program

    More than two dozen California High School seniors completed the first-ever Whittier Students in Government (WSIG) program, a collaboration between the Whittier Union High School District and the City of Whittier to provide students with a real-world look at the challenges and rewards of running a city. The 25 Advanced Placement government students – who were elected to serve in roles paralleling those of mayor, mayor pro-tem, council member, city manager and administrative staff – were recognized for their diligent work at a Whittier City Council meeting.

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  • Whittier Union Schools Awarded Prestigious California Gold Ribbons

    All five of the Whittier Union High School District’s comprehensive high schools on May 5 were named California Gold Ribbon Schools – the state’s highest award for academic excellence. Gold Ribbons were awarded to California, La Serna, Pioneer, Santa Fe and Whittier high schools; the latter three received an additional award for being Title I Academic Achieving Schools that demonstrate success in meeting the educational needs of all students.

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Announcements

  • PP Flier
    Parent Partnership
    June 24th 8am & 5:30pm
    July 25th 9am 
    Mandatory for all
    incoming freshmen parents.
     
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  • 2015-2016 Academic Calendar
    Click here for the recently published WUHSD 2015-2016 Academic Calendar
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  • computer All students are required to return an Acceptable User Policy (AUP or Computer Use Forms) form to the Curriculum Office.  Students who do not have one on file will be unable to access computers, printers, Synergy student portal, or WUHSD google accounts.  Not sure where your AUP is - Download it here,  (Students need to return the last page signed by a parent/guardian)
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  • Remind 101
    Want More Guidance Info?
    Sign-up with Remind 101
    for Guidance text messages.
    Text: @1aa78 to 562-846-459
     
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  • LOGO ANNOUNCEMENTS
    Click here to see Messages sent in 2014-15
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  • Attention ALL Parents & Students
    New Electronic Information Resources Please print, sign and
    bring to program pick-up User Agreement Form 
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  • 2014-15 Academic Calendar
    Click here for the WUHSD 2014-2015 Academic Calendar.
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  • Cal High Students Need You!!
    Interested in volunteering? Click here for more info!
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  • SWAP MEET SUNDAYS - Your attendance benefits CHS programs/teams
    Every Sunday, 8am-4pm in the Hawes parking lot.  Walk off your Sunday brunch, make a few purchases and enjoy the swap meet.

     
     
     
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  • Synergy Portals Now Available
    The highly anticipated Synergy ParentVUE & StudentVUE portals are now available. For full information regarding what this system has to offer, how to get access, and how to download the mobile applications, click the appropriately titled links above.
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