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100 S. Glasgow

Dallas, TX 75214

(972) 502-4400

WOODROW STUDENT LIFE

Woodrow students have a variety of options when it comes to events and extra-curricular activies. From clubs and organization, to sports, to theater to musicals, there is a place for you! 

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Class of 2018 

Seniors Class '18

Class Officers  Parent Sponsors
 President   Betsy Elam  Chair  Kelly Newman
 Vice President   Archer Hasbany  Communicant  Shelby Salmon-Gibbs
 Secretary  Brittany Valadez    
 Treasurer   Ethan Rose    
 Parliamentarian  Madeline McCulloch    
 Historian  Jack Watkins    
 

 


Class of 2018 Parent Meeting

The Senior Parent Meeting was on Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Here are some of the materials from the presentation:

 

Senior Calendar


Class of 2019 

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Class Officers  Parent Sponsors
 President     Chair  Tory Redington-Chauza
 Vice President     Communicant  Angie Woltjen
 Secretary      
 Treasurer       
 Parliamentarian      
 Historian      

Class of 2020 

Class of 2020

Class Officers  Parent Sponsors
 President   Elizabeth Whiteside  Chair  
 Vice President   Ana Canellos  Communicant  WoodrowHS2020@gmail.com
 Secretary  Malley Norman  Committee  Deborah Bishop
 Treasurer       Tina Meazell
 Parliamentarian  Esther Castillo    Loren Whiteside
 Historian      

 

Class of 2021 

Class of 2021

Welcome to Woodrow

Hi Parents,

I will be your Freshman Class Liaison. If you have Woodrow specific questions or need to get a flyer or other communications sent out to our class please contact me directly at Woodrowhs2021@gmail.com. Please feel free to share with other parents.

Thanks,
Mandy Allen

Important links:

Parents: Join the PTA

 

Alma Mater 

Woodrow Wildcats Alma Mater

 

Hail, Alma Mater

Hats off to you

Ever you’ll find us

Loyal and True

 

Firm and Undaunted

Ever we’ll be

Hail to the school we love

Here’s a toast to thee!

Room Numbers & Getting Around 

Room Numbers and Getting Around

Click on the link for the floorplan you would like to see. These are PDF files of scans and may take a moment to open. Please note that although room numbers are accurate, teachers names may not be.

Main Building


Policies & Guidelines 
 
 
- Cell Phone Usage 

Cell Phones  

Cellphones and earbuds are not allowed during the school day — 9:05 AM to 4:16 PM with the exception of lunch.  

Students in violation of this policy will have their earbuds and/or cellphones confiscated.

Students are not to use their cell phones in the hallways, bathrooms, etc.  - they may only be used during their designated lunch time.

The teacher can use their discretion to determine when cell phones are going to be used for instructional purposes. Teachers must give permission to students for personal devices to be used for instructional purposes. 

Earbuds are ONLY permitted with the permission of the teacher, and only one earbud may be used.  

Students should ensure all technology is secured away and out of sight before leaving at the end of class.  

*We are not responsible for lost/stolen property of any kind.  This includes all technology.*

Should a student violate the cell phone guideline, an adult may ask the student to turn in their phone to them.  

All confiscated phones will be submitted to the main office.

Any student refusing to give the device to school personnel will be subject to disciplinary consequences.

The return of confiscated phones will be determined by the administrator and district cell phone policy as outlined below:

  1. The first time a cell phone is confiscated, only parents/guardians may pick it up with no fee assessed.
  2. The second time a cell phone is confiscated, an administrative fee of $5 will be charged before the device can be returned. Parents/guardians will be notified that the student’s device has been confiscated for the second time.  
  3. If a cell phone is confiscated a third time, an administrative fee of $10 will be charged before the device can be returned.  

If a cell phone is confiscated a fourth time, an administrative fee of $15 will be charged before the device can be returned. Any device not claimed by September 1 following the end of the school year will be disposed of according to FNCE(LEGAL).

- Discipline 

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- Dress Code 

Uniform Dress Code for Woodrow 

Objectives

  • Distinctive Woodrow theme
  • Clear definition of standards.
  • Choices in style and colors.
  • Options for acquisition
  • Neat, modest, school - appropriate appearance

 

Flow Chart

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GIRLS 

Shirts:           

Polo-style long- or short-sleeve shirts: White, Gray, Red, or Black 

Button-down style long- or short-sleeve blouse: White Only

  Shirt Logos: Manufacture trademarks, if any, must be one inch or less.  District school logos are permitted and are not limited in size. *Woodrow logo available, not Mandatory 

Pants:      

Shorts:  Bermuda-type in Khaki Only Shorts must extend two inches to the top of the knee.

    *If short are rolled up, hemmed up, taken up and do not extend within two inches above the knee, then the student will not be allowed to wear the short for the entire school year. Pants: Black and Khaki Only (No Denim Jeans/Leggings/Tights/Jeggings) 

Skirts and Shorts: 

Seniors” Only Can Wear - Plaid #69” Skirt and Gray Skirt  

All other Grade-Level Students can wear the Plaid #69” Skirt – Only 

                All Skirts/shorts must extend to within two inches of the top of the knee.

*If shirts/shorts are rolled up, hemmed up, taken up and do not extend within two inches above the top of the knee, then the student will not be allowed to wear the skirt/shorts for the entire school year. 

Tights and Leggings: 

All tights and leggings can only be worn under approved skirt. They must be solid Black Only. No denim legging or jeggings. Tights and leggings cannot serve as pants. 

Footwear:                 

Athletic shoes, loafers, dress shoes, or other closed-toed/closed-heel shoes are permitted.  Mules described as closed-toed and open-heel are appropriate. 

BOYS

Shirts:

Polo-style long or short-sleeve shirts: White, Gray, Red, or Black 

Button-down style long- or short-sleeve shirts: White Only

  Shirt Logos:  Manufacture trademarks, if any, must be one inch or less.  District school logos are permitted and are not limited in size. *Woodrow logo available, not Mandatory 

Pants: 

Shorts: Bermuda-type in Khaki or Black. Shorts must be extend two inches to the top of the knee. Pants:  Black and Khaki Only  (No Denim/Jeans) 

Footwear:                   

Athletic shoes, loafers, dress shoes, or other closed-toed/closed-heel shoes are permitted.  Mules described as closed-toed and open-heel are appropriate. 

Outer Wear (Boys & Girls):

Sweaters, Hoodies, Cardigans, Pullovers, and Sweatshirts must be Solid colors of Gray, Black, Red, White and shirt collars MUST be visible.

Winter Jackets/Coats: All jackets must be appropriately sized and worn over an approved school uniform shirt. Jackets containing offensive slogans, symbols, and other suggestive or controversial designs are not allowed. All District-issued school jackets are permitted.

Shirts/dress shirts cannot be worn as outerwear. Jackets that are not solid school approved colors must be removed during the school day. 

SPIRIT DAY

“Spirit Days” schedule will be determined & communicated by the Principal. 

Every Friday is NOT a Spirit Day - only designated Fridays will be “Spirit Days” Jeans:  Must be in compliance with district standards and properly.

Shirts:  Must be uniform tops (as above), Woodrow T-shirt (i.e. Woodrow sponsored club shirts, band shirts, choir, dance, musical, athletics, special program, etc), or College shirt Footwear: Same as above. 

ID BADGES

Secondary students will be required to wear ID badges at all times. The first ID badge will be issued to the student at no charge. There will be a $5.00 fee charged for each lost or damaged ID badge. A temporary badge can be purchased for $1 until the replacement badge is issued. Lanyards will be available for students to purchase. Badges are considered a part of the student dress code. Consequently, failure to wear a badge is a Level I Offense.  

HAIR, FACIAL HAIR, JEWELRY, ETC

Students shall keep their hair, beards, eyebrows, and mustaches neatly groomed.  Male students shall not wear earrings or other similar facial jewelry.  Students (Male & Female) are also prohibited from wearing facial jewelry and from exhibiting visible body piercing, including piercing of the tongue, during school hours. 

NOT ACCEPTABLE: 

No hats, caps, scarves, do-rags, or hoods

Absolutely no facial piercings for boys or girls; only girls may wear earrings (covering piercings with bandages is not allowed)

No torn, tattered, altered jeans or pants; no holes or missing knees, no frayed or open hems or seams. No sagging, fleece, “pajama style,” or sweat pants. No leggings/tights/jeggings.

No writing of any kind on shirts, skirts, or pants other than approved logo or spirit message.

No profanity of any kind; drugs/alcohol, lewd or violent images. Insignia on outwear not related to school or to the District is prohibited including, but not limited to professional sports teams, and college insignia.  No steel-toed boots/shoes, flip-flops, house slippers, or sandals of any kind. 

WAIVERS 

Parents may file an “Objection Form for Challenging Mandatory School Uniforms,” including the form, “Questions to Determine Bona Fide Religious and/or Philosophical Uniform Objections.” These forms are available on-line at dallasisd.org or in the principal’s office. 

Whether or not a student is dressed appropriately or properly groomed shall be left to the discretion of the principal or his/her designee. 

CONSEQUENCES 

Students must follow all components of the WWHS dress code policy. Students who are not in uniform as outlined above will be given an after school detention. Students who are consistently in violation of dress code will be required to attend a parent/administrator conference and are subject to further disciplinary action.

***Whether or not a student is dresses appropriately or properly groomed shall be left to the discretion of the Principal or his/her designees.*** 


Uniform Sales

* Please see the Risse Brothers store hours prior to your visit.

- Meals 

STUDENT BREAKFAST/LUNCH INFORMATION:

BREAKFAST:

  • Served from 8:15am-8:45am
  • Students may obtain breakfast in the cafeteria or from a hallway kiosk (one in front main hallway and one in the rear near metal detector)
  • Students must enter their personal student ID number
  • Meals are provided at no charge to all students
  • Breakfast in the Classroom for Woodrow HS was implemented in 2016; therefore, students may eat breakfast in their 1st period class
  • Breakfast menus may be located online at:
    https://dallasisd.nutrislice.com/menu/wilson-woodrow/breakfast/
  • You may also download the “Nutrislice” App on your apple or android phone for menu information

LUNCH:

  • Lunch time is divided into three periods:  A, B or C lunch
  • A lunch time is  11:50am-12:20pm
  • B lunch time is 12:25pm-12:55pm
  • C lunch time is 1:00pm-1:30pm
  • Students must enter their personal student ID number
  • Although lunches are provided at no cost, students may purchase snacks in the cafeteria
  • Milk and juice are provided with lunch meals (students may bring their own personal water bottle or obtain water from a fountain)
  • Lunch menus may be located online at:
    https://dallasisd.nutrislice.com/menu/wilson-woodrow/lunch/
  • You may also obtain lunch menu information on the Nutrislice app
- Parking & Drop Off 

Parking & Drop Off Guidelines

Drive through, drop off, and pickup is prohibited in Woodrow Wilson parking lots
due to the safety of our students and faculty.

Parking lots have been designated to Faculty (between Glasgow and Slaughter) and Seniors (north of Slaughter) only. All campus parking spaces have been assigned and tagged to individual faculty and seniors. These lots are not to be used for visitor or student parking. 

Visitors may park in the marked spaces along Glasgow and Wildcat Way. Students may park on Glasgow, Reiger or on surrounding streets. 

Drop off can be done using the 'horse shoe'.

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- Student Code of Conduct 

Student Code of Conduct

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- Student Handbook 

Student Handbook

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