District Wide Broadcast Message

Click HERE to view this week's Wildcat Weekly for September 25, 2023. 


Click HERE to view all School Board and Superintendent communication to WESD families (includes Spanish versions)

School Board Meeting
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Next School Board Meeting
Tues., October 10 ; 3:30pm; Wildcats
Full agenda & zoom link will be posted HEREAll WESD parents and community members are encouraged to attend this meeting and participate in the open session at 3:30pm. Past recorded meetings are posted HERE

Spirit Week & Spirit Wear
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Get ready for Spirit Week!  October 2-6
Spirit Week Info 
The Student Council is excited to announce that this year's first spirit week will take place October 2-6.
Daily themes: 
  • Mon: Sports 
  • Tues: Tropical 
  • Wed: Anything but a Backpack 
  • Thurs: Dress up as a Family Member
  • Fri: Fuzzy Friday

WES Tie Dye Spirit Wear
On sale this Fri., Sept. 29
Show your school spirit with Woodside spirit wear! Click below to find the order form to pre-order your tie-dye WES t-shirts. Pre-orders are due by 10/6 to the PTA mailbox in the front office.

Need spirit wear now? The PTA will be selling in-stock spirit wear THIS Friday, 9/29, near Sellman. We have Wildcat sling back packs, tie-dye tees, flannel PJ pants and more!  Tie Dye Spirit Wear 

Fall Parent-Teacher Conferences
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Fall Parent-Teacher Conferences
Oct. 17 & 18, 26 & 27
Parent-teacher conferences for all grades will take place on the following minimum days next month. SIGN UP HERE.
  • Tues., 10/17; 1:00-3:30pm
  • Wed., 10/18; 1:00-3:30pm
  • Thurs., 10/26; 5:00-7:00pm
  • Fri., 10/27; 1:00-3:30pm
Sign-up for conferences opened Friday, September 22nd. Conferences will be held in person, providing an excellent opportunity for updates on your child's progress and getting to know teachers better.

Volleyball & Flag Football
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Volleyball & Flag Football Schedules
Come out to support our volleyball and flag football teams this fall! Girls in grades 4-8th grade are playing volleyball and students in grades 6-8th grade are participating in flag football
Volleyball Schedules 
Flag Football Schedules

After-School Classes
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After-School Enrichment Classes
Registration is closed for fall after-school enrichment classes for students in grades TK-5.
  • Mon: Coding (1-4)
  • Tues: Young MiT (TK-K); Mathletes (1-5)
  • Wed: After School Hoops (K-5)
  • Thurs: Ballet & Etiquette (TK-K); Society Skateboarding Clinic (TK-K, 1-5)
  • Fri: Chess Wizards (1-5)
Classes run from Sept. 11 through Dec. 15.
Fall ASE Program 


PTA Membership
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PTA Membership — Join Today!
Support the Woodside PTA and join today HERE! Our Woodside PTA hosts so many wonderful school events — BTS BBQ, teacher appreciation events, Garden Fest, May Day and more and supports our teachers and staff all year. No volunteering is required. 
2023-24 PTA Membership Info

Public Hearing
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Instructional Materials 2023

Public Notice
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Public Notice from Bay Area Air Quality Management District
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (the “Air District”) is a local agency that regulates stationary sources of air pollution such as factories, industrial sites, and gasoline stations.
Please find the recent public notices: 
Public Notice (English)
Public Notice (Spanish)

2023-24 School Calendar
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Find the 2023-24 School Year Calendar HERE. We strongly encourage scheduling your family travel plans to avoid missing school days — please RESPECT THE CALENDAR!
2023-2024 School Calendar

2023-24 LCFF Budget Overview
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Find the Budget Overview for the 2023-24 WESD School Year
School districts receive funding from different sources: state funds under the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), other state funds, local funds, and federal funds. LCFF funds include a base level of funding for all LEAs and extra funding - called "supplemental and concentration" grants - to LEAs based on the enrollment of high-needs students. 
Illness Protocol ... From School Nurse Abbe
This is a reminder about illness and when students should be kept home. While some students begin to first show symptoms of being ill at school, there are some students who are coming to school with significant symptoms of illness that should be at home. Click HERE to learn about "Stay At Home" symptoms and the protocol for returning to school after illness.

school visitor

Appointment Pick Up & Visitor Policy Reminder
We need your support ensuring the safety of our students. If you are picking up your child during the day for an appointment, please sign him/her out at the front office. Our office team will notify the teachers. Please do not pick up directly from the playground during recess, lunch, etc. Also, if you are visiting/volunteering on campus, please sign in at the office and obtain a visitor's badge. 

Graphic used for No Dogs on Campus
No Dogs on Campus
Please do not bring your dogs to campus at ANYTIME — including after-school sports teams/clubs using the WES field, weekends and summer break. This is a school policy and large signs are posted at the entrances to campus. We have had a significant problem with dog waste on our fields and campus. It is also important to provide a clean and safe environment for our students, especially those with allergies and animal fears. Please use our beautiful Woodside trails to walk your dogs. More information HERE