Senior year is fun, bittersweet and also a bit hectic. Make sure you celebrate all you've achieved and create lasting memories of your last year at Woodside High School.
The purpose of this area is to provide information to students and parents that pertains to Seniors.
May 30 DETENTION –This will be the FINAL day to serve a detention.
June 7 CLEARANCE FORMS- Clearance forms will be distributed to seniors in their Econ/Govt class May 30th & 31st. Seniors are required to turn in their clearance forms to guidance by 1:30 pm on this date. In order for a senior to be cleared, he/she will need all of the appropriate signatures as well as not have fines or be on the No Privileges list. Students who do not turn in their clearance forms will not be allowed to participate in the ceremony.
June 8 GRADUATION REHEARSAL- 8:30 am-10:45 am on Bradley Field.
Graduation rehearsal is a MANDATORY practice for all seniors who wish to participate in the commencement ceremony. Students will go through the full graduation practice multiple times. Students who do not attend the full graduation practice will not be allowed to participate in the commencement ceremony-NO EXCEPTIONS!
SENIOR SOCIAL-10:45 am-11:45 am The Class of 2020 will host this event at the football field, providing food and beverages for the seniors.
PARTICIPATION REHEARSAL- 12:00 pm
All students with a role during the graduation ceremony (speakers, name readers, and class officers) are to attend a MANDATORY rehearsal. This rehearsal will begin at 12:00 pm and last until everyone has completed rehearsing their appropriate part in the graduation ceremony.
June 9 GRADUATION - 10:00 am Bradley Field
CLOTHES Woodside is proud to have a traditional graduation ceremony. Graduates are expected to dress according to the significance of this event. Students are to wear the provided cap and gown along with the school tassel. Under the gown students should dress in appropriate attire (dress shirt with a tie, blouse, dress pants, dress shoes, dress, skirt, etc.). No student will be permitted to wear shorts, flip-flops, denim, or T-shirts. Students should wear flat soled shoes (wedges and sandals are ok). Do not wear shoes with stilettos or thin high heels due to the difficulty of walking on the field. As you choose your clothes, remember that it can get hot on the field. There should be no exterior decorations, i.e., signs, messages on caps, candy leis, noisemakers, scarves and balloons. Floral and cultural leis are acceptable. Every graduate is checked prior to entering the field. Make sure that your gown is presentable and not wrinkled.
The Sequoia Union High School District is providing the graduation attire (cap, gown and tassel) to comply with AB1575 stating that graduation is an integral part of the educational experience and therefore must be provided without cost to the student. The district will be purchasing the cap, gown, and tassel, which will then be checked out to seniors who are participating in the graduation ceremony.
Students will have to return ONLY the gown following the ceremony in order to receive the diploma.
All students will reserve a graduation unit (cap, gown and tassel) at NO COST!
Students will be receiving packets in their English class with information about ordering announcements. Within those packets is a small green and white card labeled CONTACT FORM. Students are asked to complete the card and return it to D7.
Please note that caps are NOT allowed to be decorated.
Families that wish to purchase graduation announcements or class rings are welcome to do so through Herff Jones. Please contact Michael Manning at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 925-829-4003. When ordering, please make sure to inform him you are from Woodside High School.
Each year Woodside works with an outside company that takes pictures of the graduates at the graduation ceremony. The company will contact families about how to purchase a photo. The information should come in the mail by the end of June. Please click on the link below for information. Families can also contact the company at 1-800-453-0335.