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 Wolfpack Vision: Pack P.R.I.D.E.

  Positive Relationships Integrity Diversity Excellence

1775 W. Lowell Ave., Tracy, CA 95376 
209.830.3370 - Main Office  

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 Principal's Message

 

 

Hello West High Families:

Well the first semester is coming to a close.  It has been a great start to the year.  Encourage your students to begin studying for finals now.  Have your students work with their teachers on any makeup work early.  Don’t let them wait until the last couple of days.  Have them get help now.  I want to thank all of you for your support thus far this year.  I have enjoyed meeting so many of you at various events.

As we head into the holiday season, I hope we take opportunities to help and serve others.  When I was growing up in San Jose, we had a winter when there were a couple of days where the temperature dropped to freezing.  I know, hard to believe that the perfect weather of San Jose dropped to freezing.  So my high school friend and I were driving around and saw a number of people sleeping outside without homes in the freezing cold and we thought we needed to do something to help.  For a couple of knuckle head teenage boys it was probably pretty amazing to our parents that we were thinking of coming out of our being “cool teenagers” and only thinking of ourselves to having this idea of helping other people we didn’t even know.  So we decided to sleep outside ourselves during the freeze and get donations or sponsors to donate money based on how long we slept outside.  My friend and I made it through the whole night, although it was awfully cold.  We earned a couple hundred dollars and took it to one of the local shelters.  I guess my point is there are opportunities all around us to help other people.  If a couple cocky young teenagers can come out of their comfort zone and do something to help others it is possible for anyone to do the same.  That experience hopefully helped someone in need in a small manner, but more importantly helped to change my outlook on life and the importance of serving others.  This is a great season to take care of others.  

Sincerely, 

Troy Brown, Principal

troybrown@tusd.net​

 

 

 Announcements

 
National FFA Week, February 22 - 26, 2016  
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 2/2/2016 6:28 PM

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National FFA Week, February 22 - 26, 2016 

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Course Selection 2016-2017 
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 1/21/2016 8:04 AM

WHS Families it is Course Selection time for 2016-2017! Below are the dates counselors will be visiting the English classes and picking up course selection info from your child.  They will briefly meet one on one with each student to review their...

 
January Events 
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 1/8/2016 12:36 PM
​Welcome to the 2016 school year! We've got a lot of great events and events occuring on campus this month! Be sure to check out our Spirit Workshop on January 12th and the MLK Breakfast on the 18th.  

January 25-29th is our Slam Jam Spirt...
 
 

 Athletics

 
West High Swimming! 
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 2/2/2016 6:37 PM

Join the WEST HIGH SWIM TEAM!!

Swim West
You do not need to know how to swim, we will teach you. Groups for all level of swimmers, learn to swim, junior varsity, and varsity!

Sprint, Distance, and Diving teams!

You do not need to wear speedos, wear whats comfortable. 

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Rally Week 
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 1/25/2016 12:02 PM

Hello West High! This week is spirit week leading up to our rally on Thursday! January 25th through the 28th!

Monday - Sports and Sparkle!

Tuesday - Superhero vs Disney

Wednesday - Good vs Evil

Thursday - Black vs Pink​


Let's go wolfpack!

 
Congrats to Cesar Hernandez - West High Grad 
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 1/8/2016 9:05 AM

​Cesar Hernandez, 19, a Tracy resident and a 2014 graduate of West High, broke onto the pro boxing scene two months ago with his first professional fight in Ontario — a four-round middleweight bout against Miguel Trejo of Compton. While Trejo, 29, won...

 
 

 Coming Events

 

Feb 12 Key Club Smash Bros Tournament, 3-6PM MS-10

Feb 19 Key Club Movie Night, 4-6 pm, Cafeteria

March 24th AVID Blood Drive

March 26 FFA 9am-2pm - meet the Easter Bunny!

April 7, 14, 21, 28 FFA 2-4pm Spring Plant Sales

May 5 FFA - 2-4pm Mother's Day Gifts