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1775 W. Lowell Ave., Tracy, CA 95376 
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 Principal's Message


March 2016

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March is my favorite sporting month of the year.  “March Madness” or the tournament for college basketball has been my favorite to watch since I was a young boy.   I like it more than the Super Bowl.  I especially love watching the first round with the anticipation of upsets and great buzzer beaters.  The championship game is always on a Monday night and for years we have made fajitas and invited friends and family over to watch the game.  Even when my favorite team is not involved in the tournament, I still love watching the tournament.  The craziness of the games truly defines “March Madness.”  

Schools go through a March Madness as well.  We are heading into spring break.  Students and staff are all anxious for the break from school.  Senior events are beginning and the craziness of grades, college applications, senior romances, and the anxiety of leaving high school are all part of the madness.  Seniors are stressing the procrastinated Saturday school hours and crunching to ensure all graduation requirements are met.  Freshmen through juniors are picking classes for the upcoming school year.  Right after Spring Break we come back to testing as well.  It is the educational version of “March Madness.”   

So tips for all students.  Be calm.  There is a lot going on and it is important to prioritize, manage, and balance that load.  Set up goals and priorities and then work off a checkoff list.  It always helps me to check things off a list.  It helps me see that tasks are being accomplished, and I am moving forward.  As I see items checked off the list I feel the stress come off the shoulders for a few minutes until the next list begins.  Continue to work hard and be persistent in all of your classes.  Lastly, ask for help if you need it.  Just remember “March Madness” is one of the best times of the year.


Troy Brown




Delta College Night Classes 
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 4/21/2016 10:19 AM

​Next year Delta College is going to offer 2 classes (each semester) at each high school in the evening.  The classes will be free to students, and only TUSD students can enroll.  

Delta is hosting an informational night next week, Wednesday April 27th...

by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 4/19/2016 10:29 AM

​PROJECT SMILE! Meeting this Wednesday after school in MS15 to wrap up plans for this year and start looking forward to next year! That's this Wednesday, April 20, after school in MS15! ​

Spring Student Art Gallery 
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 4/18/2016 12:56 PM

​After some minor renovations to the gallery, we are proud to invite you to our next student art show.  We are now featuring Ms Kims Advanced art classes, Mr. Rascanos 3D classes and Mr. Nelsons Drawing/Painting classes.  Teacher's can arrange for their classes...

​Encuesta Anual para Padres de Familia - 2016 
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 4/13/2016 1:31 PM

El siguiente enlace es la encuesta anual de padres. Esta encuesta se complete por medio del internet y se puede acceder mediante una computadora o un teléfono inteligente. La encuesta es parte de los esfuerzos del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Tracy para...

​Annual Parent Stakeholder Survey - 2016 
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 4/13/2016 1:30 PM

The link below is to the annual parent survey.  This is an online survey that can be accessed using a computer or a smart phone.  The survey is part of Tracy Unified School District’s efforts to make our schools the best place for students to learn. Your...

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Free Physicals for West Athletes (May 24th) 
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 4/19/2016 11:01 AM

​Dr. Pulliam of Sutter Health will be running free physicals for West High athletes on Tuesday May 24th starting at 5:30pm. 

This is specificially a West High event that was arranged by Derek Sprecksel (our athletic director) and Dr. Pulliam. 

Congrats to Cesar Hernandez - West High Grad 
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 4/15/2016 8:47 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...

Men's Basketball D1 Playoffs  
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 4/15/2016 8:46 AM

Congratulations to our men's basketball team! They have qualified for Division 1 playoffs this year.  We play at Modesto Christian next Wednesday at 7:00 P.M. Boys Bracket

West High Swimming! 
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 3/8/2016 11:20 AM


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. 

Greg Viloria wins at Sections 
by Windschitl, PatrickNo presence information
 2/29/2016 12:39 PM

Greg Viloria won the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Title in Wrestling this past weekend in the 113 pound weight class.  He advances to State Competition which will take place this weekend in Bakersfield.​

West junior Greg Viloria (113 pounds) pinned Atwater-Buhach...

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