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Woodcrest Junior High School News and Headlines

  • School Quality Parent Survey Opens Oct. 1

    Every voice matters in Chino Valley USD! Share your feedback in our School Quality Parent Survey! The survey will be open October 1-November 9. Share your thoughts on student and academic support, safety and behavior, school leadership, family involvement, and more! The results will spark meaningful changes in our district and schools. Parents look for an email for an invitation and survey link, or click the School Quality Parent Survey title above to access it.

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  • Microsoft's Highest Honors

    Woodcrest Junior High School was selected by Microsoft as a 2018-2019 Microsoft Showcase School...

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    The Wolverine fine arts program continues with tradition as it maintains its award winning status.

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  • AVID's Arrival

    Wolverine Nation now offers one 8th grade and one 7th grade AVID class during the school day.

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Woodcrest Announcements

  • Major Construction Project Begins at Woodcrest 

    On Monday, October 22, Woodcrest J.H. and Liberty Elementary will undergo a transformation that will bring solar energy to both campuses. However, this project will require major construction that will greatly impact parking, traffic patterns and traffic flow. 

    For more information on how this construction project will impact our campus click on the link below.

    Woodcrest Solar Energy Project

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  •  Parent-Teacher Conferences

     Parents will be notified if they are required to attend the Parent-Teacher Conferences that will be held on either   October 3rd or 4th.

     Conferences will be from 12:30-2:00 PM 

     Minimum Day Schedule:  12:21 PM dismissal

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  • Parent Information Forum

    Parent's please join us for a Parent Information Forum on October 3, 2018. Learn about mental health resources, drug abuse trends, social media/technology issues and more.

    For more information, click here: Parent Information Forum

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