At Will C. Wood, our goal is to provide our students with a quality education and a safe learning environment so they are prepared to tackle the academic and social challenges of both high school and college to be able to pursue their dreams and goals.
Just a courtesy reminder please help us get all of our textbooks and library books returned to the sites. If you have books from the elementary school you can bring them in to us and we will make sure and return them for you.
Students will be keeping their chromebooks over the summer. However, if you will be moving outside of Sac City District we ask that you please return them to the site.
Applications are currently being accepted for this summer’s Summer Matters at SCUSD program. The summer learning program will be in-person, five days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Parents can select the program site that will work best for them. Applications must be submitted by Friday, May 28, 2021.
In July 2011, AB 354, a new law went into effect requiring all students entering 7th grade to have proof of a Tdap (pertussis/whooping cough) shot to start school.
Avoid the rush and make sure your child can start school on time. Make an appointment for your incoming 7th grader to get a Tdap shot now.
Your child will need proof of immunization in order to start school. Take your child’s record to his/her current school .
Are you interested in learning how to start your own business, acting/screen writing, take up dancing, be a part of a drumline, or make your own beats? Then sign-up for Johnson’s summer enrichment programs. Click on the flyers for more information and how you can register.
The program will be from July 6th – July 30th. It will be Monday – Friday from 12pm -3pm.
Starting, Thursday, Aprill 22, SacRT is adding extra trips on the 200 series bus service to support our district’s reopening.
View the schedule for the additional trips on the 200 series bus service here or call 916-321-BUSS (2877).
Your in grades TK through 12 can take advantage of RydeFree RT, the fare-free transit program for youth and students.
Due to the issues related to the Covid-19 pandemic and our current stay-at-home orders a new process was needed to support student enrollment. The link below will support New, Existing and Returning students, Intra-Inter Permit information/submission, Home Address Updates, Guardianship changes, as well as Open Enrollment/High School Specialty information/submission. Parents will be able to complete web based forms (using SMART Phones or Computers) and upload/attach all required documents.
If you are thinking about going out of town for 2 or more weeks, please call and let the school know at least 1 week in advance. We will arrange to gather the work that your child will be missing to do while he/she is away, so that he/she does not fall behind. If you have further questions, please call the school
To ensure that you receive accurate and effective school communication, please assist the school in keeping your child’s contact information up-to-date. Please call the school at (916) 395-5380, should your family move to a new residence or your phone number has been changed. All school communication will be sent to the contact information on file for your child.