The Friday Forecast

The Week of April 4-April 8, 2022

HOSA Members Shine at State Leadership Conference!

Last weekend, our Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) students attended the HOSA State Leadership Conference in Long Beach to come together for inspirational speakers, leadership workshops, professional development, career guidance, and a chance to compete for a medal.

Congrats to our finalists, who will head to Nashville in June to compete at the national & international levels! Big shoutout to our advisors, Mrs. Carreno & Mrs. Sebastian, for their support!

Schedule Next Week:

MONDAY - April 4

  • *Periods 1-6 Regular Schedule - 7:50 am-2:45 pm
  • Dance Team Mandatory Clinic 3:30 - 5:30 4/4 - 4/6/22

TUESDAY - April 5

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


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

THURSDAY - April 7

  • *Periods 1-2 & 5-6 Tutorial Schedule - 7:50 am-2:45 pm
  • Dance Auditions from 3:30 - 6:00 pm


  • *Periods 1-6 Regular Schedule - 7:50 am-2:45 pm
  • Stang Street - Food Fest (during lunch)

News and Announcements


Our Prom is all set for Saturday, April 2 at 7:00 pm. The dance will be held at Seven-Degrees in Laguna Beach. The address is 891 Laguna Canyon Rd. Laguna Beach, CA 92651.

Here are important rules and expectations to review before attending the dance:

  • The entrance to the dance opens at 7:00 pm.
  • Students must bring their ID to be scanned into the dance.
  • Students must arrive no later than 8:30 pm.
  • Pick up and Drop off are in front of the venue.
  • Parking is available at meters free of charge.
  • Parking is limited. There are only 150 parking spaces available, so please plan accordingly. Carpool is preferable
  • Additional parking is available along the canyon but will be a further walk.
  • Important: Please arrive with your Prom date if you purchased a ticket together. Both of your names will show up when scanning in at the entrance.
  • Students may begin leaving the dance at 9:00 pm.
  • Interquest K9 Services will do a bag check upon entering the dance.
  • The following items are not allowed into the dance: bottles, containers, liquids, food, gum, pepper spray, lighters, sharp objects, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, drug paraphernalia, and markers.
  • School rules will still be implemented. If any school rules are violated, parents will be notified, and consequences will be applied.
  • Masks are strongly recommended but not required.

Please make arrangements to leave or be picked up by 11:00 pm.

We are looking forward to a great night!


Congrats to our March Students of the Month! ⁣⁣⁣⁣Each month our GLCs recognize a student who they believe represents the Walnut Way and makes a positive impact at Walnut High School. ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣Please congratulate the following students on being selected.

Mustang Students Inducted into French Honor Society

Yesterday our French students were celebrated at the National French Honor Society Induction Ceremony hosted by our French Teacher, Madame TenBroek.

To be a member students must meet the national standards of an A- average in French, engagement in French activities, commitment to continuing with the study of French for a fourth year, and honorable character.

Students are also required to tutor French 1 and 2 students who need help.

The American Association of Teachers of French also announced Senior Jeslyn Mirto as an Outstanding Senior in French Award.

This award is made annually to a graduating Senior who has demonstrated excellence in the study of French as well as an exceptional commitment to the French language and the many cultures where it is spoken

Congrats to our new inductees!

Spring Sports Rally | Highlights

Last Friday, ASB put a Spring Sports Rally that showcased our Spring Sports Mustang student-athletes! Thank you to our ASB crew for saluting all of our WHS sports stars.
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Stang Street Food Fest 2022

Stang Street is next Friday, April 8th during lunch. Stang Street is a food fest/market held by clubs on campus. Bring money to support our clubs and purchase delicious food as we head into Spring Break. A menu of food items will be posted on the ASB social media account next week!
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Come Support WHS Football at Chipotle

Come out and support Walnut High School Football on Monday, 4/4/22 at Chipotle from 4:00-8:00 p.m. Order in person or online (but don't forget the promo code: NF33YPG)

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Instrumental Music Department presents "A SALUTE TO DISNEY" on April 7

Please join the Walnut High School Instrumental Music Department in "A SALUTE TO DISNEY" featuring performances by Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble & Combined Bands.
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WHS Tri - M Presents Recital Night on April 20

Join us at Recital Night April 20 6pm!! Save the Date!
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Walnut High Choir Presents "Blast from the Past" on April 22 & 23 in the PAC

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Be a part of the nationally-ranked WHS Dance Team!

Dance team auditions are quickly approaching! Mandatory clinics begin on April 4 with audition day on April 7. Please send an email to with any questions or follow our team on Instagram @walnuthsdanceteam. More info can be found below!
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WHS Robotics Team, VolTech, Recruiting New Members

Like to Think, Design, Build, Organize Events, Code, and/or Engineer? WHS's VolTech robotics club is recruiting members. We had a fantastic first year and are looking for additional members to help us for an even better upcoming year. If you are interested, please fill out the interest form (QR Code) or message us on IG (ftc.voltech), or contact us via email ( Deadline April 15th
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For more information please visit the website.

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1st Annual Volleyball Golf Tournament | June 1, 2022

The Walnut High School Girls Volleyball Program will be hosting their 1st Annual Golf Tournament on Wednesday, June 1, 2022, at Los Serranos Golf Club. This event raises vital funds to support our girl's volleyball program. These funds will be used to purchase much-needed equipment, tournament fees, transportation, meals, and supportive coaching staff to help them succeed on the court.

Our goal is to always provide a safe, instructive environment for all of our athletes to learn and develop skills to be better volleyball players, but more importantly, productive members of society and fielding a competitive program.

To continue to make this experience a reality for our program, we are reaching out directly to area businesses, family, and friends and offering the opportunity to help by becoming a sponsor.

Included in this letter is a brochure with a variety of sponsorship packages for you to review and details about the tournament. All donations to our volleyball program are tax-deductible. Our Tax ID # is 95-6003446. Your support for this event will be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your consideration. Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. Contact details are below.

Go Mustangs Volleyball!

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Yearbook Online sale extended!

Online Yearbook Sale has been extended! Go to to purchase a yearbook. School code: 2864. Cost is $100. Don't miss out!
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Looking for a job?

Heads up, Mustangs! Take a look at what is being offered from Deane Homes Swim Club! Take advantage of this opportunity today!
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Walnut Valley Women's Club scholarship

Each year Walnut Valley Women's Club awards several college scholarships ranging in value from $500 to $1,600. The number and amount is dependent upon our fundraising success for the year. In 2021 we awarded five scholarships for a total of $6400. Deadline to apply 4/22/22.

Please see flyer and visit for more information.

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Seniors! WHCC Scholarship application

There are scholarships to compete for, but this one is ONLY for WHS Class of 2022 Seniors!

Walnut High Community Club offers a total of $3000 worth of scholarships to support our seniors in their next endeavors. Six scholarships will be awarded at $500 each. Seniors do not need to have the highest GPA or participate in extra-curricular activities.

If they have never thought of applying for a scholarship because they think they may not qualify, then this is the one for your Senior. Ask your Senior to apply today! Deadline to apply 4/23/22.

Click on the link below for the Mustang Scholarship application:

For questions, email:

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The Women of AT&T National Scholarship program was established to encourage and reward personal and professional development, focusing on continuous growth, advancement, and success through education, leadership, and community involvement.

The program awards scholarships to deserving students who are attending or will soon be attending an establishment of higher learning. Applicants must be sponsored by a Women of AT&T member.

The Women of AT&T National Scholarship Committee annually determines the amount of money and number of scholarships awarded based on funding availability. In 2022, the Committee is pleased to announce that forty (40) $1000 scholarships will be awarded to:

  • Graduating high school seniors
  • Undergraduate students already enrolled and attending an establishment of higher education

~ APRIL 30, 2022 DEADLINE ~

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WVEF Scholarship Application

During each academic year the Walnut Valley Educational Foundation (WVEF) awards monetary scholarships up to $1,000 each, to graduating senior students in the following categories:

• Ron Hockwalt Educational Scholarship Award

• Teen Citizen Scholarship Award

• Industrial Technology Scholarship Award

• Visual and Performing Arts Scholarship Award

• Ronald “Ron” Everett Servant Leader Scholarship Award

Attached please find this year's WVEF Scholarship application and more information about each scholarship!

Organization of Latino Actuaries Scholarship

OLA furthers its mission of increasing the number of Latine actuaries by awarding academic scholarships to US-based Latines. Applications will be evaluated on various criteria including, but not limited to, academic performance, commitment to pursuing the actuarial profession, exam progress, work experience, and leadership experience.

Link to Apply:
“Organization of Latino Actuaries Program 2022”

Deadline: April 15, 2022

Amount: Up to $7,500 with named scholarship winners receiving at least $5,000

Other Info: Letters of recommendation are not required

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Walnut Valley Water District

A friendly reminder that WVWD’s 2022 “Water Is Life” Virtual Poster Art Contest deadline is 41 days away! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to receive a participation gift for the TOP 10 teachers with the most student submissions. In addition, the teacher with the most student submissions will receive the grand prize, a $250 Staples gift card!

Please see the attached documents for the official Contest Rules & Guidelines and the Poster Contest Submission Form to share with your students. Utilizing the theme "Water Is Life," students are given the opportunity to demonstrate their artistic abilities while learning about the importance of water in our lives.

Artwork must be scanned and submitted online at NO LATER THAN Monday, April 4, 2022.

Check out the awesome prizes winning students will receive:

  • All winners will receive a plaque and special recognition at our Awards Ceremony in May
  • 1st place winners from the 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade level will receive a STEM experiment Kit and a $75 gift card
  • 1st place winners from the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade level will receive a $100 gift card
  • 1st place winner in the High School level will receive a $100 gift card
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Next Vaccination Clinic – Saturday, April 2

We are pleased to announce a COVID-19 vaccination clinic opportunity for Walnut Valley staff, families, and community members. The next clinic will be held on Saturday, April 2, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Diamond Bar High School. This clinic will be for anyone who is eligible for the booster, and anyone who needs to get their first and second dose of the vaccine.




PFIZER VACCINE (Age 12+ only):



  1. A copy of your proof of age (ex. Birth certificate, passport, AIRES cover page for students) – we will need to keep the copy
  2. Proof of insurance if applicable – we will need to keep a copy
  3. Minors must be accompanied by a parent/guardian

If you are able to provide us with a copy of your proof of age and insurance it will save valuable time for you and for the clinic.

We want to thank the entire Walnut Valley Unified School District community for continuing to support our efforts in making the return to school a safe one.

Vaccination location:

Diamond Bar High School

21400 Pathfinder Rd

Diamond Bar, CA 91765

COVID testing: April 4-7

The following walk-up COVID-19 testing opportunities are available next week for WVUSD students and staff (ONLY). Please note: WVUSD ID is required at time of testing.

Monday, April 4:

Diamond Bar High School

8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. STAFF ONLY .

3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday, April 5:

Walnut High School

8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. STAFF ONLY .

3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday, April 6

South Pointe Middle School

3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Please register using BOTH links below if you would like to be tested at a WVUSD school site:

No appointments are needed, but preregistration is requested.

Additional Testing opportunity offered by the City of Walnut:

Thursday, April 7:

Walnut Senior Center

4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Walk-ups only - 300 Capacity

(Not a WVUSD-Sponsored Event)

Procedure on Reporting a covid 19 case

Use the Walnut High School COVID 19 Reporting Form to report all Covid positive cases and known exposures. This will help facilitate the contact tracing process. Someone from the school health team will contact the person who submitted the form within 48 hours of the form submission.

Visit our website at and click on the button labeled REPORT A COVID-19 Case in the top left-hand corner. Parents can upload vaccine records, positive tests, and report details related to positive cases and possible exposure.

The information will go directly to the attendance office and our school nurse.

FREE After School Tutoring Opportunity

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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Additional Tutoring Help!

Thank you to our Instructional Aides for offering before and after school tutoring extra homework help for our students.
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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!

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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)

Ethan Doiron (A - Li)

Corolar Schultz (Lo – Z)

ADP (Academic Design Program)

Viviana Hoyos

Intervention Counselor

Jennifer Peiten

College Application & FINANCIAL AID Night | RECAP

Our GLCs held a College Application and Financial Aid Information Night over YouTube Live. Below the video contains the Frequently Asked Questions during Financial Aid Night 2021.

FAQs from Financial Aid Night 2021


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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ATTENDANCE COUNTS | Reporting a Student Absence

Attendance is an essential part of each student's educational plan at Walnut High School. A parent/guardian must contact the attendance office for full-day absences by the end of the day. This procedure helps us fulfill required attendance monitoring obligations and helps ensure our students' safety.

Any student who arrives 30 mins late to school must check in to the attendance office either with a parent/ guardian or a phone call from their parent/guardian.

If a parent/guardian wishes to dismiss a student before the end of a typical school day, the parent/guardian will have to check out the student and must present their ID to the attendance office.

Attendance Reporting Hotline:

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

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


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.


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
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