The Friday Forecast

The Week of August 30-September 3, 2021

Senior Sunrise Shines Bright for C/O 2022

This morning at 6:00 am, our Class of 2022 came together to watch the sunrise and kick off their Senior year. There were mochi donuts, drinks, music, photo ops, and some fun activities. Seniors also had a chance to write a future letter to themselves which they will open up at our Senior Sunset event in May. We love our Class of 2022! They are an amazing group!

A big shoutout to our staff members, Andy Schultz, Corolar Schultz, Tiffany Redcher, Norlyn Nicolas, and our ASB students for coordinating this event for our Seniors!

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  • *Periods 1-6 Regular Day Schedule - 7:50 am-2:45 pm
  • After School Tutoring - in the Library - (Mon, Tues & Thursdays 3:00-4:30)
  • Club Fair Week Begins


  • *Periods 3-4 & 5-6 Tutorial Schedule - 7:50 am-2:45 pm


  • *Periods 1-4 Collaboration Schedule - 7:50 am-2:00 pm


  • *Periods 1, 2 & 5, 6 Tutorial Schedule - 7:50 am-2:45 pm


  • *Periods 1-6 Regular Day Schedule - 7:50 am-2:45 pm


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News and Announcements


Last night (August 26), Walnut High School held its Virtual Back to School Night. Additionally, our leadership team created a State of the School Welcome Address for you to view (video below).

Thank you to our staff, parents, and community for continuing to make an investment in our students. We are excited for an amazing 2021-2022 school year!

2021 Walnut High School Back to School Night Welcome Address

Three Home Matches & THREE Big Wins at WHS!

On Monday, August 24, we had three home matches on campus. Boys Water Polo and Girls Tennis kicked off their season with big wins to start their season.

Later in the afternoon, Girls Volleyball had an impressive win against a talented Alta Loma program. Our Girls Volleyball program has started the season off to an impressive start currently sitting at 8-1.

Club Fair Starts Next Week

Next week during lunch, we will host our annual club fair during lunch. Tables and booths will be set up throughout the week. We have clubs for every student that range from community service, arts, culture, activities, health, business, science, engineering, and much more. We can't stress the importance of students getting connected this school year. Join a club and be involved!
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Virtual College Fair | 9/15

Please join us as we host a Virtual College Fair from 6-8 pm on September 15.

We will have 50+ colleges and universities in attendance. There will be 20-25 minute breakout sessions throughout the night with different schools (CSUs, UCs, Private, Community Colleges) that will share information and answer questions.

📧 EMail for more info or questions.

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Introducing: 2021-2022 ASB Officer Board

We are so excited to announce our 2021-2022 ASB Board. Each of these officers are ecstatic to begin their jobs on the ASB board and they look forward to a great school year!

Updated Guidelines for Athletics

On August 23, The LA County Department of Health reinstated Appendix S: Protocol for Youth Organized Sports. Effective September 1, 2021, Walnut High School will be following these guidelines. Please click below to review these guidelines:

MUSTANG "ROUND UP" Information

Walnut High School started the "Mustang Round-Up" this week during out tutorial period.

Here are some details:

  • Students have from 10:30 - 10:40 am to find a classroom for academic support. At 10:37 we will make an announcement letting students know they have to be in a classroom during tutorial by 10:40 otherwise, they will be sent to the "Mustang Round-Up".
  • A GLC will scan students in and an email will be sent to parents/guardians
  • All students in "Mustang Round-Up" will quietly work on something in the assigned classroom. It is not a hang-out time! We really want our students to focus on finishing homework, getting extra help, and using that time during the school day to get ahead.

Note: Tutorial takes place most Tuesdays and Thursdays after second block. During this time, students report to their academic teacher for additional support. Tutorial at Walnut High School is a 50-minute block of time built into the school day twice a week to focus on intervention and academic support. Please reinforce the importance of maintaining good grades and using every opportunity offered to do so here on campus.

Chromebook Distribution Roll Out

This week we started passing out Chromebooks to the Class of 2023. Next week, we start passing out to our Senior and Sophomore classes. With a new shipment of Chromebooks coming in, we are able to expedite our process of distribution. By September 3, every student will have access to a device on campus while in the classroom and at home. If your child has a personal device and wishes to use it on campus, they can do so by accessing our Bring Your Own Device Network. If you currently have a district checked-out device, you may continue using that device.

Our Sophomores and Seniors will be escorted by their English teachers next week.

If a student is not able to attend with their class, they will have the opportunity to pick up a device on Tuesday and Thursday from 2:50 - 3:30 outside the Technology Distribution Center (right next to the library) during their designated week.

Each student must turn in a user device agreement form that is signed by both the student and parent before receiving a Chromebook. Below is the user device agreement for your reference. Your child will turn in the user device agreement in exchange for a Chromebook.

Please note that by Tuesday, September 7, every student is expected to have a device on campus for their classes whether district-issued or their personal device.

If you have any further questions, please contact Kevin Wendland at

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Introducting Tutorial Teasers

Here is your chance to be featured in the next ASB tutorial announcement! Submit your jokes or laugh tracks to ASB to be used. Click on the google form below in our linktree and indicate whether you would like to remain anonymous. Tutorial Announcements are made every Tuesday and Thursday during tutorial.
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CSF is now accepting applications!

CSF (California Scholarship Federation) is now accepting applications until September 24th. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors may apply. Sorry no Freshman!

You must apply with last semester's grades.Email Leah Turner-Gibbs at with questions.

After School Tutoring Starts Monday

We are offering FREE After School tutoring on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays after school from 3:00 - 4:30 pm in the library starting next week. Tutors will be available in all content areas to help our students with homework, study for tests, or anything they need!
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Attention class of 2021! There's a limited number of Senior reserved painted parking spots. Pick up a senior parking form @ ASB.

COVID Testing: Aug 30, 31, Sept 1

The following drive-through COVID testing opportunities are available next week for WVUSD students and staff:

Monday, August 30 Suzanne Middle School 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, August 31 South Pointe Middle School 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday, September 1 Diamond Bar High School 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Please utilize this registration link if you would like to be COVID tested.

No appointments are needed, but preregistration is requested. WVUSD ID for students and staff required at time of testing. *Please be mindful not to block school driveways.

For further information, please call (949) 293-7059.


Show your team spirit by joining us for a fundraiser to support Wolf Corp Robotics Team. Come in to Chipotle at 21710 Valley Blvd Ste A between 5pm and 9pm on Aug 29th, 2021 by showing this flyer or using the code AGETN2V (for online orders). 33% of the proceeds will go towards the team.
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2021 yearbook pick up

Still need to pick up your 2021 yearbook?

  • Come to D-1 during lunch or after school to pick up.
  • Contact Mrs. Tan if you have any questions:

Want to buy a 2021 yearbook?

  • Limited copies still available. $100 cash or check.
  • Make check out to WHS Publications
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CAAP Open House & Orientation | 29 Years of Great Programs

All parents, scholars and educational stakeholders who are interested in our 2021-2022 programs and activities should plan to attend. Register Today!

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Student Parking

Parking permits are required for students to park in the student lot. Please complete the student parking form. Students are required to upload a copy of a current insurance card with the STUDENT'S name on it or proof that Student has been added to insurance policy. Permits can be picked up in the front office beginning on August 4, 2021.


BIRTHDAY MARQUEE is now available! If you have a student that has a birthday coming up, be sure to make a birthday dedication on the WHS marquee! All proceeds goes to support WHS students and staff so RESERVE YOURS TODAY!

Great idea for WHS staff, teachers and Alums too!

School Lunch Policy

Due to safety concerns, we DO NOT accept student lunches in the office. We understand the importance of student nutrition, but we encourage students to either purchase lunch at school or bring their lunch from home. Food, drinks, or other items are NOT to be passed to students through the fence. This is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.

Please Note: Parents can now access the Food Services Department from our website under the Parents tab. On that page, parents can set up and deposit funds into their student's lunch account for purchasing lunch on campus.


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GLC Listing

9th GRADE (Class of 2025)

Wil Lares (A – Lo)

Sonia Nunez (Lu – Z)

10th GRADE (Class of 2024)

Nathan Newman (A – Li)

Jenny Alegre (Lo – Z)

11th GRADE (Class of 2023)

Jennifer Tucker (A – Lim)

Jeff Jacks (Lin – Z)

12th GRADE (Class of 2022)

Ken McDill (A - Li)

Corolar Schultz (Lo – Z)

ADP (Academic Design Program)

Viviana Hoyos

Intervention Counselor

Jennifer Peiten


This short video provides a variety of College and Career Readiness Resources for this years Seniors.

Senior Website


Students must attend every class, every day, and be on time. In order to receive daily credit, students are to bring all necessary materials to class. Students will not be excused from class to get materials. Homework and class assignments are to be completed on time and to the best of the student’s ability. Only behaviors befitting the learning environment are acceptable. Students are to comply with all reasonable requests of any staff member. Dress code will be enforced.

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Please remember that attendance counts, every period, every day. Students will be marked absent if they are not at the beginning of each period to verify their attendance.

All single-period absences will need to be reconciled through the attendance office by the student. If marked absent, students will receive an email from the attendance office notifying them that they have been marked absent. The notification will include the date and period of the absence. The student will need to contact the Attendance Department to make any necessary corrections to their individual period attendance. For full-day absences, a parent/guardian must contact the attendance office by the end of the day.

Attendance Reporting Hotline:

10 & 11 Grades: 909-594-1333 Ext. 43642

9 & 12 Grades : 909 - 594-1333 Ext 43625


Never been on our campus? We used a 360-degree camera to help you get familiar with Walnut High School. We encourage you to click on the link, use your computer or mobile device to move around, and see what Walnut High School has to offer. Use this virtual tour to click on photos, learn more information, as well as hear voice-overs from our staff members. Below is a quick overview of our virtual tour and a map of all our scenes.

Our Virtual Tour is located on our webpage under "About Us" if you ever need access for future reference.

Virtual Tour of Walnut High School

2021-2022 COVID Response Protocols

First and foremost, we thank you for your partnership and support as we strive to put “Kids First, Every Student, Every Day” with the reopening of all schools.

The safety and wellbeing of our students and staff remain our top priority. All safety recommendations and protocols adhering to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health have been implemented.

The WVUSD 2021-2022 Safe Practices Handbook was emailed to all parents and guardians last week, and it describes the protocols that are in place. We have attached (link below) the handbook with this communication for your reference.

One of the protocols outlined in the handbook is WVUSD’s Response to COVID Situations at School. As linked below, parents will receive a phone call if their child shows symptoms or if their child is in close contact with a person at school with a confirmed positive COVID test.

Parents may receive initial phone calls as a response to positively identified COVID cases. Parents whose children are directed to quarantine will receive follow-up phone calls from our district staff with detailed information. You may receive these follow-up calls during the evening hours.

Aeries One Time Student Health Screening

Parents/guardians must complete a one-time 2021/2022 COVID-19 Student Health Screening form acknowledging responsibility for your child’s daily health screening before entering the school campus. This form is now available on AERIES portal and must be completed for each child that attends WVUSD. A banner will appear in each AERIES account before the start of school.

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