• Woodcreek High School General Information

     

    Athletics

    Athletes and their parents/guardians need to read the WHS Athletic Handbook in its entirety. Athletes are responsible for reading the information and following the rules. Woodcreek High School’s athletic program is run under the authority of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). WHS is in the Sac Joaquin Section, and the Sierra Foothill League. Please read the WHS Athletic Handbook for more details.

    Questions regarding athletic eligibility, academic probation, residential eligibility, athletic clearance, training, conduct or other athletic issues should be addressed to the Athletic Director, Ms. Donnell, at 771-6565 ext. 4236 or the assistant principal in charge of athletics at 771-6565 ext. 4015. See a complete list of sports, the WHS Athletic Handbook and the athletic packet on our website.
     

    Bus Conduct

    Students riding buses are required by law to be orderly and quiet in order to protect the safety of the riders and adhere to all rules established by the district. The same standards of behavior expected of students in the classroom are expected of students on the bus. Students not following student handbook rules while on the bus will be disciplined. Bus passes must be purchased from Transportation. Please call the Transportation Department at 786-2723 or their website for more information.
     

    Campus Restrictions

    Skateboarding, riding bicycles or scooters, or any other non-sanctioned wheeled transportation on campus is prohibited. Bicycles must be locked to bike racks in designated areas. WHS is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged bikes, skateboards, scooters, etc.
     
    Students must leave the WHS grounds 15 minutes after the close of the school day unless they are in a supervised academic or athletic environment (tutoring, athletic practice, library, etc.) Loitering on campus is not permitted. Student with an unscheduled period must leave immediately after their last class.
     
    Students must be picked up within 15 minutes of the end of a school sponsored event (game, dance, etc.).
     
    The WHS campus is closed during weekends and school holidays. The athletic fields are closed from one half hour before sunset to one half hour after sunrise every day.
     

    Clubs

    To form a club at WHS, students need to obtain a faculty advisor who is willing to supervise club meetings and help run the club. Prior to holding meetings or events, a club constitution must be submitted to Student Government for approval. Clubs may open a club account in the Finance office. Additional details of the process of forming a club are available through the Activities Director. See the WHS website for a list of active clubs.

    Clubs must have written permission from both the ASB and the site administration for any fundraising event. Fundraiser request forms are available from Student Government or from the front office. All club fundraisers, meetings, and activities must be supervised by the faculty advisor, another school staff member, or an adult cleared through the official school process.
     

    Fan Behavior

    We encourage all students and members of the WHS community to support WHS athletics by attending athletic events. Appropriate fan behavior is expected. Direct your comments and support to our teams. Derogatory or unsportsmanlike behavior directed to the opponent or the referees/officials is unacceptable. Students and adults may lose attendance privileges and may face discipline procedures if behavior at athletic and other school events is disrespectful of the participants and/or attendees. Participants in the Black Mob are expected to abide by the same expectations as all fans.
     

    Free and Public Education

    We encourage all students and members of the WHS community to support WHS athletics by attending athletic events. Appropriate fan behavior is expected. Direct your comments and support to our teams. Derogatory or unsportsmanlike behavior directed to the opponent or the referees/officials is unacceptable. Students and adults may lose attendance privileges and may face discipline procedures if behavior at athletic and other school events is disrespectful of the participants and/or attendees. Participants in the Black Mob are expected to abide by the same expectations as all fans.
     

    Parking

    Please note that anything you bring in your car you are bringing onto campus. Vehicles in the school parking lots (which includes the Roseville Aquatic Center parking lot) are subject to search. Students are not permitted in the parking lot during the school day—do not leave anything in your car that you will need access to before the end of the day. Student cars may not be parked in staff parking spaces. Cars parked in a manner that could create a safety hazard or block access will be ticketed and towed. Students must drive safely and slowly in the parking lot. Students who drive in a manner that could endanger the safety or property of others may have their parking and driving privileges revoked in addition to other disciplinary action. WHS does not accept responsibility for theft or damage to vehicles parked in the school’s parking lot.

    PARENTS: Please help us keep the parking lot safe. Please pull all the way through the entrance to the parking lot into the pickup/drop off zone before stopping. Cars stopped in the entrance create a serious safety hazard.
     

    Posting Signs/Distribution of Literature

    All signs, flyers, etc. must be approved for posting and stamped by the school administration or their designee. Painters tape is the only allowable manner to post signs. The minimum size for signs is 11”x17”.

    Students distributing literature must exercise this right within the time, place, and manner established for the school.  Please note that the policy prohibits the distribution of commercial advertising and flyers advertising parties.
     

    Royalty

    Woodcreek High School Activities Director and WHS administration will establish processes to select royalty representatives for the specific event. The process will be published on the school website under Student Activities two weeks prior to the event.
     

    Student ID Card

    Students must carry their current student ID cards with them when at school and at all school activities (dances, games, performances). Lost cards can be replaced in the attendance office for $5.00. Student body cards also act as library cards. Students must show their student body card to receive the discount student rate for tickets to athletic events.

    Students with unscheduled periods, ROP, or other off-campus classes, must show their student body card with affixed off-campus stickers as they exit the front gate during school hours. Students without a properly marked student body card will be subject to discipline.
     

    Visitors

    Student visitors are not allowed on the WHS campus during the school day.   All visitors must check-in at the front office and if approved wear the WHS provided visitor’s pass at all times.