• Student LED Conferences

    What is a Student LED Conference? It is a conference between you and your student. During the conference, your student gets to share his/her work that he/she has done in class over the last few months. The purpose of student led conferences is to give the students the opportunity to take ownership of their learning and education.  We hope to see all of you here and  thank you for playing an active role in your student's education. 


    Dates: February 22 and February 23

    Time:  2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.



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  •  Chino High School's Freshmen Fair for

     Parents and Students

     Date:  Wednesday, February 15, 2017

     Time:  6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

     Place:  5472 Park Place, Chino, Calif.  91710

     (Students and Parents will meet in front of the gym)

     For more information click below:

     Freshmen Fair for Parents and Students


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  • Important Information: 2016-2017 School Parent Compact for Achievement

    Parents/Guardians, please click on the links below to obtain more information on district and school goals for student achievement, shared responsibility for learning at home and in the classroom and much more information for your student to succeed in school.


    For more information in English click here: 

    2016-17 School-Parent Compact


    Para mas información en español haga click aquí:

    2016-17 Convenio Entre Padres/Tutores y la Escuela



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  • Colony High Branch Library Calendar of Events

    Looking for something fun to do after school or in the evening? Well Colony High's library is the place to go.  From storytime reading to S.T.E.A.M. for older kids, there is something for all to do. Just click on the link to see the full calendar of events.



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  • Science Day (Día de Ciencias)

    Are you interested in engineering? Then this is the event for you. The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers at UCR are hosting Día de Ciencias (Science Day)at the University of California, Riverside on Saturday, February 11, 2017. There you will learn what it's like to study engineering in college.   Students and families are welcome to attend.

    For more information click on: Science Day


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  • Important Information for Parents- CAASPP:  Keeping California's Students on Track for College and Career

    Information on this new web page will help parents/guardians and students understand the overall Smarter Balanced score and the corresponding achievement level, as well as the student's strengths and weaknesses by claim.  Click here:  Test Score Web page



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     January 16 - Martin Luther King's Birthday, No School

     January 27 - 8th Grade Panoramic Pictures

     January 30 - Mr. Stephen Nasser visits Woodcrest Junior High                                                          

     January 30-31 - District Science Fair




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  • Washington, D. C. and New York Trip

     June 5 - June 9, 2017

    Woodcrest J.H. 8th grade students (2016-17) will be traveling to our nation's capitol, Washington, D.C. and the Big Apple (New York City) in June of 2017.  This unique opportunity to experience history come to life and have fun with their fellow students is something that your child will never forget.  

    For more information please contact Mr. Ivey at:  


    For more trip information please visit:


    Or to register visit:  and use Trip ID# 135241 to sign up.



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  • Pertussis Booster Requirement for ALL students for school year 2016-2017    "No Shot, No School".

     All students entering or transferring into the 7th grade will need proof of a whooping cough booster  immunization know as the "Tdap" to enter school this fall.  Students will not be given their school  schedule until proof of a Tdap has  been recorded. For more important information regarding "Tdap",  please  click on this link:   Pertussis Booster Requirements for 2016-17



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     On behalf of the students, faculty and staff we would like to thank every one of our career day presenters for making our 5th Annual Career Day event a huge success. Their diverse career backgrounds gave our Woodcrest students a chance to see just some of the opportunities that await them.  The commitment of our presenters to share their educational, career and life experiences with our students is greatly appreciated. Thank you:

     Jason Babcock, Business owner            Elevators Etc.

    Robert Bautista, Histotechnician          Queen of the Valley Hosp.

    Rigoberto Bejarano, Project Developer  Vanir Devel. Co., Inc.

    Adam Cervantes, Deputy Sheriff            San Ber. Sheriff's Dept.

    Nadia Garcia,  Estetician                         Hush Day Spa

    Mayra Gonzalez,  Social Worker             County of Los Angeles

    Monica Gonzalez,  Fire Fighter               Alhambra Fire Dept.

    James Haught                                            UPS Manager

    Robert Jewett, Computer Tech              Chino Valley Unified S.D.

    David Lister,  Auto Racing Photographer  Manchester, England

    Mary McVey, Student  Ambassador       Collins College School of

    Kayla Turner, Student Ambassador      Hospitality Management                    

    Corinne Tapia, Vice Pres. Asset Mgmt.   Vanir Const. Mgmt.  Inc.

    Jeremy Toft, Dental Hygienist                Chino Hills Dental Group

    Arturo Vilches, Buyer/Planner               Microvention Inc.

    Jose Wiarco, Manager                              In-N-Out Burgers

    Nicholas Wiarco, Associate                     In-N-Out  Burgers                          


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  • Stay Connected with Remind!

    Remind is a free, safe and simple messaging tool that helps teachers and schools share important updates and reminders with students and parents. Subscribe by text, email or using the Remind app.  For more information click on the links below:


    For instructions in English click here:  Remind

    Para instrucciones en español haga click aquí:  Remind



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    Math Textbooks Accessible Online

     Parents and students, did you know that you  now have access to   Big Ideas Course 2, Course 2 Accelerated and Course 3  textbooks with a simple click of a mouse?  Your math textbook is accessible 24/7 from your computer at home or at school. Just click on the link below,  choose the book that you are using and you are ready to go!


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    Parents, if you are interested in having your student get help with their homework after school, please come to the school office and fill out the afterschool intervention form or click on the links below to print out the form and return it to the school office. 


    Afterschool Intervention:

    Classes begin October 10, 2016 and end on April 27, 2017

    Days:  Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday

    Hours:  2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.


    Afterschool Intervention Form-English

    Afterschool Intervention Form-Spanish


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  • Welcome to Woodcrest Junior High
    Home of the Wolverines
    2725 S. Campus Avenue
    Ontario, CA 91761
    Phone: (909) 923-3455
    Fax: (909) 548-6059
    School Hours: 7:45 a.m. - 1:48 p.m.
    Tuesday: 7:45 a.m. - 12:51 p.m.
    Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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