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Will C. Wood High School is a collaborative learning community of students staff and families. Our mission is for each student to graduate fully prepared for college or a meaningful career, with the ability to think critically and creatively in order to make a positive impact in society and the global environment.

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Senior Scholarship Opportunity

The Travis Credit Union Mary Keith Duff Memorial scholarship fund was created in 2004 and is offered to high school seniors who are credit union members.  The application requirements can be found on their website at www.traviscu.org or by calling the Contact Center at 707-449-4000.  Deadline to apply for this scholarship is by the close of business on Monday, March 5, 2018.

2018-19 Choir Auditions 3/12-16

Wildcat News

1/22/18

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Gill Van Attenhoven, an attorney and the Director of Training for the California Narcotic Officers Association will be giving a “don't miss “presentation about opioids and other drugs. Vacaville Police Sergeant Todd Dye, will also be speaking about opioid and drug use in Vacaville.
High school students, parents and community members are encouraged to attend to help raise awareness regarding opioids and other drugs that are killing children.

VUSD PARENT/GUARDIAN INFORMATION EVENT

January 25, 2018 @ 6:00 - 7:30 pm 401 Nut Tree Road, Vacaville 

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