Access WHS report cards online

Wilsonville High School’s first-quarter report cards are now available online. Access report cards through the WHS website at using the PASS system link.

You will need your student’s ID number and PIN to use PASS. If you need a PIN or ID, or if you would like to receive a hard copy of your student’s grades via mail, contact Lisa Bippes at 503-673-7627.

Get ‘Footloose’ for middle school musical

Calling all actors and singers: This year’s middle school musical will be “Footloose,” and auditions are coming soon. Audition packets will be available in mid-November from your middle school choir teacher. Auditions will be held at Athey Creek Dec. 2, at Wood Dec. 3, at Rosemont Dec. 4 and again at Athey Dec. 5. Callbacks are scheduled for Dec. 9.

Students who are interested in auditioning are encouraged to learn about the play. The musical is based on the 1984 movie starring Kevin Bacon; the stage version varies in many ways but does include famous songs from the movie including “Footloose.” Sign-up sheets will be posted near each school’s choir room around Nov. 10.

For more information, visit

Bring families to movie night

If you missed the recent movie “Monsters University” in theaters, bring your family to McMenamins in Wilsonville Nov. 12. The movie will be shown in the Old Church, located at 30340 SW Boones Ferry Road, with a 6 p.m. showtime. Doors open at 5 p.m. and seating is limited.

McMenamins will donate 50 percent of all food and drink proceeds to Boones Ferry Primary School from 5 p.m. to closing.

There is no charge to view the movie.

Preorder poinsettias for holidays

The senior all-night party committee is selling poinsettia plants as a fundraiser. Visit the grad night webpage at for more information, including an order form, then send your order to school with your student or mail it to WHS Senior All Night Party, P.O. Box 14, Wilsonville, OR 97070.

Please make checks payable to WHS All Night Party. Each poinsettia is $15.

The 6.5-inch poinsettias are grown locally by Al’s Garden Center and will last through the holidays and beyond. Choose from traditional red, white or jingle bell flowers.

The Orders are due Nov. 20 and will be available for pickup at WHS Dec. 5.

Important health reminders

As the cold and flu season approaches, West Linn-Wilsonville School District’s health services staff asks families to take the following steps to keep students healthy:

Keep hands clean. Hand washing is the No. 1 way to stay healthy.

Cover coughs and sneezes. Use your elbow to cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze.

Take care of yourself. Eat nutritious foods, drink plenty of fluids and get a good night’s sleep.

Stay home when you are sick. Students should stay out of school for at least 24 hours following a fever and/or gastrointestinal distress.

Learn more online at

Accept the math challenge at Wood

Students in grades six through eight who get excited about math challenges now can join Wood Middle School’s Math Olympiad team. Team members will participate in weekly problem-solving practice sessions led by advanced math students from Wilsonville High School. Five times throughout the year, the team will participate in math contests, competing with student teams from around the world.

The Wood team will meet every Thursday after school until 5:15 p.m. Students may make plans to ride the activity bus home afterward.

For more information, visit the Math Olympiad website at or contact faculty adviser Josh Flosi at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Sign kids up for free book club

Wilsonville residents under the age of 5 are eligible for Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, a free program that delivers an age-appropriate book to children each month. The program is sponsored by the Wilsonville Kiwanis Club.

Sign up online at or in person at the Wilsonville Public Library.

Test your FlashAlert subscriptions

As winter nears, the school district reminds families to update their FlashAlert subscriptions to stay on top of weather-related school closures and delays. Many previous subscriptions were removed during a routine system cleanup this fall, so everyone should access the system online at Use the “Subscribe” or “Manage My Existing Subscription” links to update options.

On Oct. 30, a flash alert was sent during the morning. If you did not receive that test alert, you should log on to the FlashAlert system to update your subscriptions.

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