Stanislaus County Office of Education’s Tobacco Use Prevention Education Program is excited to offer one last free virtual community presentation featuring Dr. DeNoble, an ex-scientist for Phillip Morris, who was the first whistle blower totestify in congress that nicotine is addictive. His story about how he took on the multi-billion dollar tobacco industry will captivate audience members all while they learn about the dangers of nicotine use, vape pens and addiction. The presentation will take place on Thursday January 28, 2021 from 6:00pm-7:30pm via zoom webinar and a link is required for the presentation. Pre-registration is not required. Below is the zoom link and passcode. When: Thursday, January 28, 2021 6:00-7:30pm Zoom webinar link: https://stancoe-org.zoom.us/j/99709352753?pwd=d2ZhYXJQQ05JT2RkRzBsZGVFd0Irdz09 Passcode: PHAST For any questions or more information, please call (209) 238-1382 or emaileescalante@stancoe.org.
about 24 hours ago, Waterford High School
Dr. Victor Denoble
Here is the bell schedule for this week. Hope you had a great 3 day weekend!
2 days ago, Waterford High School
Bell schedule
Attention Seniors.... Don't forget Scholarships are due next month! Local Scholarships! I’ve attached the Local Scholarship Application Packet and the Local Scholarship List. As always you can find this information on our school website: http://waterfordca.apptegy.us/o/waterford-high-school/page/financial-aid-scholarship?mode=edit Please be aware that some scholarships have additional applications, which can be found on the website. Please give your teachers plenty of time to write your “Letters of Recommendation”. It’s strongly recommended you don’t put this off until the last week! Local Scholarships are due before Tuesday, February 2nd. Winter break is a great time to work on these applications.
14 days ago, Waterford High School
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Lucille Whitehead Intermediate school opens Distance Learning for 4th, 5th and 6th grades on January 6th and with IN-PERSON COHORTS AA/BB on January 11th. Contact the school office for more information.
16 days ago, Waterford USD
Lucille Whitehead Intermediate school opens Distance Learning on January 6th and with IN-PERSON COHORTS AA/BB on January 11th. Contact the school office for more information.
16 days ago, Waterford USD
Happy New Year Waterford High School! We hope you are enjoying your Winter Break! We look forward to the new year with hope to see you all!
21 days ago, Waterford High School
Happy New Year
Waterford High School wants to wish you a Merry Christmas!
27 days ago, Waterford High School
Merry Christmas!
Congratulations to Alexa Atkinson and Lindsey Corder for receiving the December FFA Stars of the month Awards!
29 days ago, Waterford High School
Alexa Atkinson
Lindsey Corder
Oh Christmas Tree Oh Christmas Tree.... Have you checked out our WHS FFA's Christmas Tree they decorated? Looks awesome FFA, way to represent us!
about 1 month ago, Waterford High School
FFA Christmas Tree
Thank you to our Waterford High School Students; Daisy and Tyler for bringing down toys for our Sock and Toy Drive! We hope you like your Special Edition Waterford High School Ornament! Don't forget the Sock and Toy Drive is still going on and we still have ornaments to give out!
about 1 month ago, Waterford High School
Thank you Daisy!
Thank you Tyler!
Remember our updated schedule for this week! Good luck on finals Wildcats!
about 1 month ago, Waterford High School
Updated Schedule
Celebrating Traditions Around The World When the Hanukkah Candle Met The Christmas Star The cold winds were beginning to blow, nipping at the heels of shoppers filling the street in search of the perfect gift. There seemed to be a certain joy in the air- the holiday season was here. The clerk at the corner gift shop was putting the final touches on the window decorations. She placed a Hanukkah candle in the Menorah and lit the Christmas star atop the tree. She stood back for a moment, admiring her handy work. Then she hurried off to tend to her chores. All was quiet in the front window, but not for long. "Excuse me," said a voice. "Huh?"said another. "It's me - over here." It was the Hanukkah candle. "Why are you always here?" he asked the Christmas star. "I was just about to ask you the same question!" replied the star. "Every year it's the same thing. They unpack us from the box and put us in this window," continued the star. "Some stop to look at me and others admire you. But you can't hang from a tree like the other ornaments. You don't sparkle like tinsel. And I don't see how you could sit atop this tree - like me." "Of course not, " chuckled the candle. "I don't belong on your tree. I am a candle - a symbol of hope. People sing songs and celebrate when they light me each evening. You see, many many years ago, a frightening King ruled the land. He wouldn't allow the people to pray and he put out the candle burning in their temple. One family used the last of their oil - just one day's supply - to keep that light aglow. Much to everyone's surprise, the candle stayed lit for 8 days until more oil arrived. Now people light me every year as a symbol of hope - remembering those who fought to keep me lit all throughout the year." "I see, " said the star. "And why do you sit perched on top of that tree year after year?" asked the candle. "As it turns out," replied the star in surprise, "I too am a symbol of hope to all who light me. Many, many years ago, a baby was born and laid in a manger in a stable. This baby brought eternal hope to the people who traveled from far-off lands to visit him, bringing gifts. A star was shining bright in the sky, leading them to where the baby lay. Now, I am a symbol of hope, reminding people of the baby's, birth. Every year, people place me on the tree and celebrate with songs and gifts and the most delicious smelling foods." The two were quiet for a moment, both deep in thought. Just then, a man stopped to admire the Hanukkah candle and the Menorah. All at once the star stretched out its points as wide as he could to shine a little extra light on the candle. The man moved on. A few minutes later, a child ran to the window to point to the star perched on the tree. Without even thinking, the Hanukkah candle straightened up as tall as he could and cast a glow over the star. From that day on, the star and the candle had a new understanding of each other. Different, but alike, each bring celebration to the season. Now when the candle and the star sit side by side the gift shop window, each works hard to help the other shine a little brighter - bringing hope to all who stop to visit.
about 1 month ago, Waterford High School
Hanukkah
Here is our December Newsletter! Check out the Principal's message about a tentative In Person Instruction Date and all the fun we have been having with spirit days and donations!
about 1 month ago, Waterford High School
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Don't forget to bring down some socks and toys to Waterford High School to receive a Limited Edition Waterford High School Ornament. Going on till Friday from 7:30am - 4 pm.
about 1 month ago, Waterford High School
Toy & Sock Drive
Waterford High School Toy & Sock Drive!! December 7th-11th, 2020 WHS Office 7:30am - 4pm Your donation of an unwrapped toy or socks will help a local family celebrate Christmas. The 1st 100 donors will receive a limited edition 2020 Waterford Wildcats Ornament.
about 2 months ago, Waterford High School
Toy & Sock Drive
Christmas Spirit Week will begin next week! Please send us pictures of yourself dressed up for spirit week!
about 2 months ago, Waterford High School
Spirit Week
Seniors!!!! A reminder that your Cap & Gown ordering deadline is in 4 weeks. You can come into the Main Office and order in-person OR for faster results you can order online, https://gradservicesltd.com/. Order before Friday, December 4th!!!
about 2 months ago, Waterford High School
Cap & Gown Info
Waterford High School Toy & Sock Drive!! December 7th-11th, 2020 WHS Office 7:30am - 4pm Your donation of an unwrapped toy or socks will help a local family celebrate Christmas. The 1st 100 donors will receive a limited edition 2020 Waterford Wildcats Ornament.
about 2 months ago, Waterford High School
Toy & Sock Drive
Please review the attached photo for the CIF statement regarding the Education-Based Athletics for 2020-2021 School Year. Sacramento, Calif.- Due to the continued surge in COVID-19 infections, the California Department of Public Health has postponed the issuance of its updated youth sports guidance. The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) does not expect the CDPH will issue any guidance allowing for schools to return to full practice and competition until after January 1, 2021, at the earliest. Thus, all full practice and competition start dates are officially on hold until updated guidance is issued. Therefore, to provide the 10 CIF Sections, our 1,605 members schools, and more than 800,000 student- athletes the best opportunity to compete in Season 1 Sports, once allowed by the CDPH and local county offices of public health, the CIF State Office is removing all Regional and State Championship events from the Season 1 Sports, calendar. By canceling Regional and State Championship events, more student-athletes will have the opportunity to participate in a longer season, rather than a truncated season with Regional and State post-season play for a limited number of schools. Additionally, boys volleyball will be moved to Season 2 to avoid the loss of a second full season, and an updated Season 2 calendar to include boys volleyball will be posted in January. The CIF is confident this decision is a necessary and reasonable action for our member schools, student-athletes, and school communities in light of the current statewide crisis. This revision to the CIF State 2020-2021 Season 1 Sports calendar offers our Sections and Leagues the flexibility and needed time to plan for the return to practice and competition once updated guidance is provided by the CDPH. -CIF-
about 2 months ago, Waterford High School
CIF Letter
Seniors!!!! A reminder that your Cap & Gown ordering deadline is in 4 weeks. You can come into the Main Office and order in-person OR for faster results you can order online, https://gradservicesltd.com/. Order before Friday, December 4th!!!
about 2 months ago, Waterford High School
Cap & Gown Info