English Teachers

BRODOWSKI, DAMON
Teacher
Carbonara, Diana
Teacher
Combs, Ms.
English 1-2 Acc / Journalism
Fields, Catherine
Teacher
Garcia, Kristin
Teacher
Gonzalez-Poole, Deborah
Teacher
Hauck, Edward
Teacher
Hoover, Ms. A.
Teacher
Jorda, Danielle
Teacher
Ladas, Lia
Library Media Specialist
Leis, Janet
Teacher
Martinez, M.A., Patty
Teacher
Mathis, Miss
Teacher
Miller, Corienn
Teacher
Rippee, Maureen
Teacher
Saldana, Ms.
Teacher
SATARIANO, JULIE-KAY
Teacher
Smeltzer, Mira
Teacher
Smith, Teela
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Stephens, Ms. Julie
Teacher
Valdez, Justine
Teacher
Wegter, Seth
Teacher
Weingartner, Allen
Teacher
West, Mr.
ENG 1-2, ENG Acc, & AP Lit Teacher
Whiteleather, Taryn
Teacher
English

The English Department Mission, Vision, and Values

 Mission

The mission of the Woodrow Wilson High School English department is to help students develop their reading, writing, listening, speaking, research and technology skills in order to be successful lifelong learners.

Vision

Every student will become a competent communicator using language arts skills successfully in his or her academic and professional careers.

Values

Teachers will promote the values of integrity, responsibility, diversity, school spirit and traditions, appreciation for literature, student success, written expression, verbal communication with small and large groups, as well as being technologically literate.

News

9/28/16

Hello Bruins!

The Homecoming Fair begins at 12:11pm to 2:40pm on Friday.  Buy your fair tickets early at the Banker's window before the Fair to avoid the long lines.  Each Fair ticket is 50cents each.  Fair booths ONLY will accept tickets as payment.  NO cash will be accepted.

 

All Bruins must stay on campus during the fair.  Students who are unscheduled period 6 may leave at 1:35pm.  If you do not want to attend the Fair, you must get an early out.

 

Happy Homecoming!

 

 

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9/16/16
HOWDY BRUINS!
 
SPIRIT WEEK is September 26th - 30th!
Show your Bruin Pride!

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH : “Houses Divided, Wilson United”
Wilson‛s mascot and color selection is representative of two prestigious but rivaling universities; the Bruin mascot of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and the cardinal and gold colors of the University of Southern California (USC) . While the universities are major rivals, Wilson students do not reflect this aspect because we are united. Students can support this rivalry and the impact it has on Wilson by wearing their favorite UCLA or USC shirt, hat, socks, and other accessories along with khaki bottoms.
**NOTE : Hats must be removed while in class. No tank tops, spaghetti straps or bare midriffs

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH : HAWAIIAN
ALOHA! Show your Hawaiian spirit by wearing your favorite Hawaiian shirt along with khaki bottoms. Flowers and leis are welcome.
**NOTE : No crop tops, tank tops or spaghetti straps.
 
TIE DYE WORKSHOP at 12:45 on Tuesday, September 27th on the Rally Grass. Bruins bring a white T-shirt or buy an Official Homecoming T-shirt for $10.00

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH : USA
Students may wear any top, bottoms, hat, socks, and accessories that are red, white and blue to show American pride.
**NOTE : You must wear ALL three colors, and no other colors. If you cannot wear all three colors then you must wear Wilson uniform. No crop tops, tank tops, spaghetti straps, short shorts, ripped jeans.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH : TYE DYE
Feel groovy while wearing your best tye dye shirt to school with your khaki bottoms. Come to Activities after school Tuesday to tye dye your own Homecoming shirt!
**NOTE : No crop tops, tank tops or spaghetti straps.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH : WILD WILD WEST
Howdy Bruins! Go all out in your best western attire by wearing your favorite denim, plaid, overalls, cowboy boots, cowboy hats, and any other Western gear.
**NOTE : No bandanas, short shorts, spaghetti straps, tank tops, crop tops, or ripped jeans
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9/16/16

Woodrow Wilson High School

Homecoming 2016

90 Great Years of Being a Bruin

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH

Tie Dye in the Quad at 12:40pm.

Bring a white t-shirt or buy an official Homecoming shirt for $10 in Activities.

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH

All School Rally at lunch on the Rally Stage.

Football Team, Cheer, Bruinettes, Marching Band, Drumline, Homecoming Court, Advance Dance, etc.

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH

Period 0                7:08  -  7:43

Period 1                7:51  -  8:26

Period 2                8:34 – 9:09

Period 3                9:17 – 9:52

Nutrition              9:52  -  10:02 (Fair Booths passed out)

Period 4                10:10 – 10:45

Period 5                10:53  - 11:28

Period 6                11:36  -  12:11

Homecoming Assembly & Fair in Quad    12:11 – 2:40pm

ALL TICKETS GO ON SALE  -

September 20th in Activities

FOOTBALL Game tickets (adults $8, students with ID $3, Children/Seniors $4),

FAIR Tickets (.50cents each) 

DANCE Tickets ($5)

 

Students! Buy a Homecoming wristband for $10

(includes admission to GAME & DANCE and pizza & drink at the dance)

 

HOMECOMING T-SHIRTS - $10

 

HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES

 

12:11 – 2:40        HOMECOMING ASSEMBLY & FAIR

           Purchase booth tickets for 50 cents each beginning September 20th

                         

6:15-6:50            PRE-GAME PARADE  in Stadium

 

 

FOOTBALL GAME  vs. Jordan

Tickets go on sale September 20th  in Activities.Adults: $8, Students with ID $3, Children/Seniors: $4

                       Stadium gates will open at 5:45pm for football game.

                                               

Half-Time            FIELD SHOW & HOMECOMING COURT CROWNING

 

After Game(approximately 9:45pm-11:30) HOMECOMING DANCE (Wilson Students Only)

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