First semester ends Friday, January 25 followed by a non-student grading day on Monday, January 28. Students can expect to view their 2nd semester schedules in StudentVUE on Friday, January 25. Second semester classes start Tuesday, January 29.
Kids, come learn about underwater robotics! See why these useful robots offer a better understanding of our underwater habitats and structures. You will spend an exciting evening with our science teachers and high school students to learn how remotely operated underwater vehicles work (ROV’S).
PSAT paper Score Report distribution will take place at the end of second period for: Freshmen – Tuesday, January 15, Sophomores - Wednesday, January 16, and Juniors – Thursday, January 17.
This free event is open to the community, so come see demonstrations of martial arts, calligraphy, tea ceremony, flower arranging, and more. Hands-on activities will give you and your families the opportunity to try a variety of fun Japanese games and arts and crafts.
The Leota PTSA and Northshore Council PTSA are thrilled to present SCREENAGERS: Growing up in the Digital Age, a documentary about the biggest parenting issue of our time. Reservation required!
NSD will be showcasing 11 Career & Technical programs as well as the their complimentary service clubs. The majority of the programs are offered to juniors and seniors with some opening up to sophomores as well. Eighth- through eleventh-grade students and parents are welcome to preview these programs at one venue.
Woodinville High School Theater Company is excited to present Mary Chase’s classic comedy Harvey. This Pulitzer Prize winning play is a tale of friendship, family, and an invisible 6-foot one-and-a-half inches rabbit. Harvey pushes us to examine how we interact with people who are different than us, the unique power of families to both love and judge, the complexities of the human mind, and ultimately, the importance of staying true to oneself. It is filled with magic, fools in love, and bumbling buffoons, making this play exceptionally enjoyable for all ages.
The WHS ROV Club is seeking donations to provide funding for parts and tools to build underwater competitive robots! ROV Club would very much appreciate the help of generous donations to better reach their goals!
Juniors, sophomores, and freshmen who took the PSAT/NMSQT in October can access their scores through their online College Board account starting December 12. f a student does not have a College Board account, they can sign up for one at any time. For more help, College Board customer support can be contacted at 866-433-7728, Monday through Friday, 5 a.m. - 4 p.m. PST.