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Summer 2020 Offerings

Summer School 2020

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Dates, Location, Contacts

Summer School 2020 is entirely online. Campus will be closed.
WIFI access study hall is available - you must reserve a space through extension: 49099.
Session 1 June 15 - July 2
Session 2 July 6 - July 23
Schedules will be mailed out the week of June 1.
Courses will appear on student Canvas accounts on the first day of class.
Summer School Questions should go to Summer School Principal 
Gay Buckland-Murray
or Summer School Secretary Armando Carbajal
Summer Schedule Changes:
As a reminder, all SUHSD sites will remain closed all summer. With the exception of the on-campus lab TBD, no other services or facilities will be open. Therefore, if your student needs to drop, change or register for  a summer school class,  please contact: Ms. Grimaldi, or Mr. Negri, or the summer school principal: Ms. Buckland-Murray


There will be no SUHSD bus services this summer.
Summer School 2020 is entirely online. Campus will be closed.

Food Service

Food Services:
Food Services will continue to operate at the Central Kitchen on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday as well as at East Palo Alto Academy on Monday and Wednesday. Summer hours will be 11:00am - 1:00pm. If you’d like more information, including how to apply for free/reduced meals for your student, please contact Nora DeCaro, Food Services Director, at or 650-369-1411 x. 22591. 


Summer school graduation is usually held on Wednesday, August 5 at 5:00pm in Carrington Hall on the Sequoia High School campus. However, at this time we do not know whether or not we’ll be able to do an in-person graduation. As we get closer to the date and planning begins, information will be sent to your students’ email address so please make sure they are checking it regularly.


In order to access the onsite WIFI drop in, you must register by taking the following Technology Survey:
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Summer Reading 2020

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Summer Reading 2020

 The Big Read: All students: Choose your own book (over 150 pages) for the Big Read
More Big Read Information Here.
AS/AP: Students enrolled in AS or AP English must read these required texts.
Summer Assignments for Advanced Placement Courses

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Elevate---Ensure Success in Geometry

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Elevate is a program targeted at bolstering a student's command of the Algebra I curriculum so as to ensure success in Geometry in the ninth-grade. Students who complete the Elevate program will be very well positioned for success in Geometry. The class is taught by a member of the Woodside Mathematics Department, and the program also has a strong emphasis on colleges and universities.

Students who enroll in the Elevate program are great candidates for the AVID program, which is a program that extends over all four years at Woodside, and is designed to assist students who are first in their families to attend college.

Questions? Please contact Francisco Negri.

Questions? Contact:

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Name Phone
Email Web
Flores-Robles, Lupe Summer Math Acceleration Program  40021 
Velschow, Chuck AVP for Last Names A-L  40030  Click to email Chuck Velschow
Mazzei, Diane Instructional Vice Principal  40020 
Stewart, Jonathan Mathematics Department Chair  49615   
Mr. Francisco Negri Head Guidance Advisor  40090  Click to email Francisco Negri
More information about Mathematics

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Have you asked yourself:

Is the Math Acceleration Program right for me?

If I advance an entire level of Mathematics, won't I exhaust all of Woodside's offerings before my senior year?

What does Woodside High School offer beyond AP Calculus AB and BC?

Please review the links below to review the full spectrum of Woodside's offerings in Mathematics. Thanks to our articulation and partnership with Canada College, we are able to offer advanced mathematics beyond the AP offerings. Students have the opportunity to take Canada College classes on the Woodside High School campus.

Questions? Contact Jonathan Stewart, Mathematics Department Chair, or Diane Mazzei, Instructional Vice Principal.