2020 June Final Schedules

SCHOOL CLOSURE CALENDAR NOTIFICATIONS

VIRTUAL LEARNING INSTRUCTION & SCHEDULE BEGINS: Monday, April 13, 2020 - WELCOME BACK to YOUR 1st DAY of SCHOOL in the VIRTUAL LEARNING World! 

MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY: Monday, May 25, 2020

Parents, Are You having trouble logging in to child's teachers Virtual Learning Platforms?

It is important that you are checking your child's work and progress and by access the learning platform your teachers have set up, you now can! Check out our TUSD Parent Distance Learning portal on TUSD.org  by clicking HERE ---> TUSD PARENT DISTANCE LEARNNG PORTAL OR  If you have  login issues click here for: PARENT DISTANCE LEARNNG TECHNICAL SUPPORT

On Monday, April 13, 2020 West High will have moved from the 'Continuity of Learning' model to 'Virtual Learning'. It is very important all students are following the below schedule of classes and logging in daily to each of their classes to learn, stay on to content and maintaining their grades.

Your student’s teachers will be connecting with each of their classes to review their Virtual Learning logistics and platform for each class on our First Day of Virtual Learning School on Monday, April 13th. You can review the site plan and access individual teacher plans, assignments, platforms and contact information here on our ‘Virtual Learning' Google Doc. The WHS teaching team will continue to update this document weekly. Please know that we are doing everything we can to provide appropriate instruction so when school resumes your student will be ready for a smooth transition back into the regular academic day. To ensure a smooth transition, we need the students to do their part by attending classes virtually every day, completing assignments, taking assessments and connecting with each of their teachers on a regular basis.  

West High misses seeing our Warriors on campus.  We hope you are doing well and staying healthy.  With this uncertain time, it is normal to feel a little stressed, anxious and overwhelmed.  For this reason, we wanted to send you a reminder about self-care!  Self-care is important for your health and wellness.  Sometimes you may not realize that pushing yourself to the point of exhaustion can make you counterproductive.  With self-care, you are able to make progress faster -- it prevents burnout, reduces negative effects of stress, and helps you refocus.  Just like eating and sleeping is important for your well-being, finding time to implement a self-care routine is vital to reaching your life goals. Your West High Counseling team has put together a Mental Health Choice Board for you --> Click Here Try to find 15-30 minutes each day to do an activity -- we want you to take care of "YOU!"