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March 27, 2020 Update

Good Morning,

I hope this message finds you doing well during this unprecedented time. On Tuesday March 31, 2020 we will start distance learning at Weed High School. This is a guide to help get everyone up and running.

It is important that students check their school email at least once every day. Families should also keep an eye on their email and SMS for messages from the school.

In the next few days, students will receive an email from Zoom inviting them to create an account. All students should follow the directions in this email to create a Zoom account for their school email address before Tuesday, March 31, 2020 so that they are ready to start distance learning.

Next week will be our ramp up week for distance learning.

The goals for the week are to:

  • Get students connected to their teachers using Zoom, our distance learning platform.

  • Help students and families who are having technical difficulty or that need assistance with internet access.

  • Answer any questions we can about how to access learning, social and emotional support and nutrition support through our school while we are distance learning.

Students - How to attend your distance learning classes and what to expect

  1. First, see the distance learning schedule so that you know what days/time each of your classes meets.

  2. Each of your teachers has created a “Zoom classroom” where your class will be held. To join the class you will need to click the link to your teacher’s classroom. You can find all of your teachers’ Zoom classroom links here. You will also find a button that will take you to all the Zoom classrooms at WHS on our website at

    1. If you are not able to join by computer but do have access to a phone you can also join your Zoom classrooms by phone using the instructions in the link above.

    2. If you are not able to attend a class meeting by computer or phone, see the information in the link above about how to stay caught up with what is happening in your class.

  3. Be sure to review the video conference etiquette guide so that you understand the expectations while you are in your Zoom classrooms. 

  4. When your class is finished, you will leave the Zoom meeting. When it is time for your next class to start you will join that class's Zoom classroom by clicking the link for your next teacher’s class.

What is distance learning going to be like?

  • Distance learning is new to all of us and not the same thing as attending classes at school. If you are ever experiencing a challenge with any part of your distance learning experience, please let your teacher know right away. We want to work with you to make distance learning work for you.

  • Your classes will be shorter than at school. Each class may not use the entire 50 minutes scheduled for the class. 

  • At a minimum, each class meeting will have a check-in, instructions for an assignment and a chance to ask questions.

  • Class meetings may also have a lecture, discussion, student presentations, group work, and/or a quiz or test.

  • You will complete most of your work independently. If your class meeting is shorter than 50 minutes, be sure to use the remaining time to work on assignments. Also use your mornings and afternoons to work on your assignments.

What are office hours?

  • Office hours are a scheduled time each day when you can get one on one or small group help from your teachers.

  • Your teachers will tell you how you can make appointments with them during office hours.

  • Office hour meetings will be in Zoom classrooms using the same links you use for class meetings.

How else can I contact my teachers?

  • The best way to contact your teachers outside of class time and office hours is via email. Please feel free to email your teachers anytime.

Students and Families - Where to get assistance with distance learning

  • If you need technical assistance with your Chromebook please contact Tambi at

  • If you do not have internet access at home please contact Tambi or Emily so that we can help you secure internet access for school.

  • We will continue to deliver lunches according to the schedule we were using last week. 

  • We will also develop a delivery schedule for needed school supplies. Please let your teacher know of you need any materials from school and we will deliver them to you. 

Your feedback on how distance learning is going is really important. If you have ideas that could help us improve our distance learning system, concerns about a challenge you are facing, or a success story that you would like to share, please send your feedback to Principal Matheson at

Thank you for your flexibility during this challenging time. Our goal is to provide the best possible educational experience and social emotional support we can for all of our students while we work through the time that our campus is closed.

Revised Meal Delivery 

Breakfast and Lunch Sacks will be available to all WES and WHS students according to their meal program.  If you would like a sack breakfast and lunch please arrive at these bus stops for the times shown below. Please arrive at least five minutes early.  If you are a Weed Elementary School parent and need more information on how to pick up lunches please contact the school office 938-2715. For Weed High School parents please call 938-4774. 



8:07                   HILLSIDE & COMO (SONS PARK)

8:08                   NORTH DAVIS & STRINGTOWN

8:12                   MERCANTILE

8:13                   MAIN & DIVISION

8:14                   INEZ & CLAY

8:15                   LAKE STREET @ HILO TURNOUT


8:22                   DAKOTA COURT

8:23                   SULLIVAN & TERRACE

8:24                   DOLLAR AVENUE

8:25                   COLLEGE & BEL AIR

8:28                   SISKIYOU GARDENS

8:30                   SISKIYOU & OREGON

8:31                   OREGON & PHELPS

8:32                   PHELPS & SOUTH WEED

8:34                   SOUTH WEED MAILBOXES (2 STOPS)

8:37                   BLACK BUTTE & KELLOGG (FRIENDLY/CAL-ORE)

8:38                   SHASTINA & HIDDEN MEADOW

8:40                   MONTGOMERY’S

8:43                   MOTEL 6

8:47                   ALAMO MAILBOXES

8:50                   WAKEFIELD MAILBOXES

8:52                   CRESTMORE MAILBOXES

8:54                   MORRIS & PINE

8:54                    MORRIS & JACKSON

8:55                   CALIFORNIA & CENTER

8:56                   408 CALIFORNIA

9:00                   CARRICK & BITTER

9:01                   FIRST & CENTRAL

9:04                   97 TRAILER PARK

9:06                   20604 BIG SPRINGS (G.W. REALTY)

9:10                   ELK TRAIL & BLACK BEAR

9:11                   ELK TRAIL & COTTONTAIL (2nd)

9:11                   ELK TRAIL & SQUIRREL/HOGAN

9:12                   HOGAN & SNEAD

9:13                   HOGAN & GRIZZLY DEN/NICKLAUS

9:14                   HOGAN & FISHER/BLOCKER

9:15                   HOGAN & PALMER

9:16                   PALMER & WOOD

9:18                   HOGAN & CASPAR

9:21                   TONY LEMA & TREVINO

9:22                   TONY LEMA & DEVLIN

9:23                   TONY LEMA & LAKE SHORE

9:24                   16738 LAKE SHORE

9:25                   LAKE SHORE & RAINBOW

9:28                   LAKE SHASTINA & FAIRWAY (2nd)

9:30                   LAKE SHORE & GALLOP PLACE

9:32                   LAKE SHASTINA & MOUNTAIN/LINK

9:33                   LAKE SHASTINA & HARBOR VIEW (LOWER)

9:34                   LAKE SHASTINA & SPEAR POINT

9:35                   5115 LAKE SHASTINA

9:37                   LAKE SHORE & LAKE SHASTINA (4-WAY STOP)

9:40                   PINEHILL & WOODSIDE

9:42                   SHERWOOD & AUTUMN

9:50                    97 & RAINBOW

10:00                 RETURN TO SCHOOL

Weed High School is committed to partnering with you as we work through the challenges ahead. We are all in this together and will rise, together, to this moment.

Dear students and families,

The situation regarding COVID-19 and our local schools is rapidly evolving. Based on recommendations and information from the State Department of Education and in alignment with many schools in California, the Siskiyou Union High School District schools (Happy Camp, McCloud, Mount Shasta, Weed) will close starting Monday, March 16, 2020 through Monday March 30, 2020. To prepare for the possibility of an extended closure beyond March 30, 2020, students should plan to come to campus between 10am and 2pm on either Monday or Tuesday to pick-up any books and materials that they may need for their classes, that they have left in their lockers or in other places on campus. Teachers will reach out as soon as possible Monday morning if students will need to pick up materials for their classes. Students must also check that they have a working Chromebook and charger. If not, they should see Lula in the Library to check out this technology.

These are extraordinary times. Thank you for your flexibility. I will be sending out additional information to the MSHS community as it becomes available.  We are developing plans to provide students with meals during regularly scheduled school days. SUHSD is dedicated to supporting students as we work through this challenging situation.

Dear families and friends,

We are moving into some very unknown and difficult times that are going to take community, state, federal, and international cooperation to address and overcome. Working together with neighboring school districts we will effectively take on these challenges.

After careful consideration and coordination among Butteville Union Elementary School District, Dunsmuir Elementary School District, Dunsmuir Joint Union High School District, Happy Camp Union Elementary School District, Mount Shasta Union School District, Siskiyou Union High School District, and Weed Elementary School District, we have decided to keep school open on Monday and Tuesday, March 16 and 17. School will close on Wednesday, March 18, and will remain closed through Monday, March 30. At this time, we are planning to have students return to school on Tuesday, March 31. We will communicate any change to this plan on our websites, messaging channels, and through local media. 

During the closure it is important for students to practice universal precautions including hand washing for 20 seconds with soap and lots of friction, using hand sanitizer when hand washing is not feasible,  covering the mouth and nose when coughing/sneezing, as well as practicing social separation. 

On Thursday I, along with school officials from around the county, the county public health department and the country superintendent of schools held a public health meeting to discuss the COVID-19 and school preparedness. Public Health Department officials gave us an update and current status of the Coronavirus in Siskiyou County. 

This included the following points:

  • At the time of the meeting there are no diagnosed cases of COVID-19 in Siskiyou County.

  • Mount Shasta and Yreka hospitals have COVID-19 tests and are beginning to test.

  • County public health officials stated that COVID-19 is in the county and probably has been here for a while.

  • School districts and county public health officials will make continuing decisions about school closures in collaboration as information from testing starts to become available.

  • It is better to make decisions on the side of caution in order to “flatten the curve” for infection rate. Here is a good article on the idea of flattening the curve.

From the information provided we are implementing the following interim measures:

  • Closing schools On March 18 though Monday March 30. Students will have access to their school meal options during the closure.

  • Canceling all athletic events, home and away, as well as practice during the duration of the closure. State CIF is meeting on Tuesday, March 17, to discuss statewide measures regarding athletics. 

  • Postpone all student field trips until further notice.

  • Implement State of California  gathering guidelines as follows:

    • Large gatherings that include 250 people or more should be postponed or canceled. This includes gatherings such as concerts, conferences, and professional, college, and school sporting events. 

    • Smaller gatherings held in venues that do not allow social distancing of six feet per person should be postponed or canceled.  This includes gatherings in crowded auditoriums, rooms or other venues.

  • Develop a district plan to prepare for additional school closures that extend beyond March 30.

    • Internet based courses using Google Classroom, Zoom, and other online tools.

    • A method of providing students who do not have internet with internet access.

    • Access and support for teachers in the online environment including technology, etc.

Information is changing by the moment, and we will continue to work closely with the County Office of Education and health officials to develop plans and respond to this pandemic. We will keep you informed as we continue to gather information and develop plans. We need your help and ideas so please do not hesitate to email or call as you see or think of needed actions. 


Mike Matheson and the District Cabinet 

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Basketball Regional Championship Finals Game 3/10/2020

Game time is 6:30 pm and doors open at 5:30 pm. WHS vs Ripon Christian for the Division 6 Title. Please come out and support your Cougars 



















Our max capacity is 500 people, so please arrive early to ensure you get a seat. Doors will open at 3:30 pm and entry is on a first come first serve basis. Let's go Cougars!!!


Period 1 -                    9:10 - 10:10

Period 2 -                   10:15 - 11:15

Period 3 -                   11:20 - 12:20

Lunch -                     12:20 - 12:55

Period 5 -                   1:00 - 2:00

Carnival Rally -             2:05 - 3:05


No school Monday, February 10th in observance of President Lincoln's Birthday. 

No school Monday, February 17th in observance of Presidents' Day 

No School Monday, January 20th

In observance of Martin Luther King Day, Weed High School will be closed on Monday, January 20th. Friday, January 24th will be a M/W block day schedule with a 9:10 am start. 


We would like to wish all of our WHS families safe, healthy, and happy holidays!

Weed High School will be closed December 23rd through January 3rd. School will resume January 6th



Monday, December 16th 

1st Period Final 8:00 - 10:05

2nd Period Final 10:15 - 12:21


Tuesday, December 17th

3rd Period Final 8:00-10:05

5th Period Final 10:15 -12:21


Wednesday, December 18th

6th Period Final 8:00 -10:05

7th Period Final 10:15 -12:21


Thursday, December 19th

8th Period Final 8:00 -10:05

9th Period Final 10:15 -12:21


Friday, December 20th 

Period 1    8:00 - 8:30

Period 2   8:35 - 9:03

Period 3   9:08 - 9:36

Period 5   9:41 - 10:09

Period 6  10:14 - 10:42

Period 7  10:47 - 11:15

Period 8  11:20 - 11:48

Period 9  11:53 - 12:21


**Students will be dismissed at 12:21 pm Monday through Friday. Friday, December 20th, 2019 will be an all touch minimum day. 8:00 am start. Sack lunches will be available each day. Students must sign up by 9:00 am **

On Thursday, November 7th, 2019, All Weed High School Students will be participating in a Motivational Speaker Presentation that will be hosted at College of the Siskiyous. This is the official notification of this trip and students will not be bringing home a permission slip for the trip to the college. If you have not completed your students Aeries Data Confirmation, your son or daughter will not be able to attend. In your data confirmation there is a general field trip and transportation check box that needs to be completed that allows students to participate in these types of experiences. Please call the office if you need assistance with the data confirmation process.
All WHS Students with data confirmation completed will be transported to COS on a bus: The schedule for the day is as follows:
Period 6 - 8:00 to 9:10
Juniors and Seniors will leave on Bus for COS at 8:45 Freshman and Sophomores will leave on Bus for COS at 9:10 Presentation at COS - 9:30 to 10:30
Return to WHS - 10:30 to 11:00
Here is a link to learn more about the presenter Derek Clark:


Weed High School will be conducting our Annual ALICE training and a series of active shooter and evacuation drills. The training and drills are designed to provide our students with an understanding of "situational awareness," and a series of options that could be implemented if a tragic event were to happen at school or other community venue. The training and drills can bring up an emotional response and can feel scary. Please review the drill dates and the presentation linked here and on our website. Check in with your students and discuss the topics of safety and the ALICE options. 

-Training - Monday, August 26 (Advisory)

-Drill - Tuesday, August 27th (7th period at 10:20) lock-down, barricade, counter

-Drill - Thursday, September 5 (8th period at 11:45) Evacuate, Run, Flee 

-Drill - Thursday, September 19 (Advisory) Decision based on information given

-Drill - Thursday November 21 - Passing period drill between 6th and 7th Decision based on information

 ALICE Presentation link:

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8 days ago

Friday 3/13/2020

6% of students tardy or late

  • 9 total tardy (under 15 minutes tardy)
  • 2 total late (15 to 30 minutes late)

9th grade = 1.5% - 2 tardy 1 late 

10th grade = 1.5% - 2 tardy 1 late

11th grade = 0% - 

12th grade = 3% - 5 tardy 

25% of students marked absent

  • 29 all day absences
  • 18 period absences

9th grade = 8% - 10 excused 5 unexcused 

10th grade = 5%- 5 excused 3 unexcused 1 sus

11th grade = 5% - 5 excused 4 unexcused

12th grade = 7% - 6 excused 8 unexcused 

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