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    School Site Council

    We are currently looking for members for our School Site Council.  This important part of our governance process oversees our Title I program and provides valuable input on the student services we offer, such as student health and wellness, counseling, school safety, and other support programs. No prior knowledge or experience is necessary - just a willingness to come alongside our staff and students and be willing to dedicate time to focus on the "whole child."  Membership consists of representatives from students, parents, teachers, and classified staff. The meetings are open to the public and input is appreciated. 

    Please contact the school if you are interested in joining the School Site Council. We will meet on Wednesday, April 11th at 6:00 p.m. in the College & Career Center (Rm 4). If you have any questions, please call the school at 938-4774.

    ALICE training @ WHS

    Please view the attached slideshow for information about ALICE training.  WHS and WES are implementing this strategy in our emergency procedures.  It is vital that parents, students, and community are all informed about this important practice. 

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    8th grade parent night

    Here is just a little bit of the information you missed if you didn't make it to the meeting on March 21st.

    We are Weed, We CARE!

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    About Us

    Weed High School is located in the town of Weed, California. Looming in the background of the school is the majestic 14,162 ft. Mt. Shasta. The mountain overlooks a town that was once a vigorous lumber-producing community. The economics have changed, but the environment still boasts the beauty of the Eddy mountains, the clean, crisp water of the Sacramento, Shasta, and Klamath rivers, and a multitude of wildlife that awe hunters, fishermen, and naturalists alike. This environment still affords some timber harvesting and invites plenty of outdoor recreational activity. Breathtaking scenery surrounds the campus and access to more natural beauty is never very far away. The school is far removed from urban life, but is fortunate to possess a diverse ethnic population of students. The student population mirrors the natural aesthetics of the school. The multi-ethnic, multicultural students at Weed High School respectfully and harmoniously relate to one another, giving a stunning campus an even greater sense of beauty.

    Weed High School received a six year accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) in 2012.