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2015-16 EOP Parent-Student Handbook




Education Options Program


Fully Accredited by the Schools Commission of the

Western Association of Schools and Colleges



Bravo Lake High School




Independent Study



Woodlake Community Day School













A Caring Community Where Every Student Is Reachable, Teachable and Worthy Of Our Best Efforts











Page 1             District and School Leadership


Page 2             Education Options Programs Outlined


Page 3             Expected School-wide Learning Results


Page 3-7          Educational Options General Information

   Page 4             Absences and SARB

   Page 5             Transfer procedures and Community Service Requirement

   Page 6             Senior Portfolio; Dress Code

   Page 7             Behavioral and Academic Expectations


Page 8             California Education Code 48900 Grounds for Suspension/Expulsion


Page 9             Bravo Lake High School


Page 10           WUSD Independent Study (7th – 12th)


Page 11-12      Woodlake Community Day School


Page 13           Sexual Harassment   


Page 13           Notification of Complaint Procedure


Page 13           Canine Detection


Page 14           Woodlake Educational Options Graduation Profile Sheet





                                                           GOVERNING BOARD

President.............................................................................................................Richard Rochin

Clerk....................................................................................................................Edmund Pena

Trustee……………………………………………………………………………Joe Hallmeyer

Trustee................................................................................................................. Kent Owens

Trustee................................................................................................................  George Sanchez Trustee................................................................................................................. Ralph Chapman

Trustee…………………………………………………………………………….Helen Renteria



Phone Number: 564-8081

Superintendent...................................................................................................Drew Sorensen

Assistant Superintendent ………………......................................................... Glen Billington

Chief Business Official.......................................................................................Sandra Flores

Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent..............................................Ruth Ruiz

Director of Maintenance/Operations/Transportation.....................................Darren Dunn


Phone Number: 564-8716


Director - Principal of Educational Options...................................................Tony Casares

Secretary-Registrar...........................................................................................Maria Ponce

Instruction (Bravo Lake/Independent Study)..................................................Louis Perez

Instruction (Bravo Lake/Independent Study).................................................Michael Kelley

Instruction (WCDS)...........................................................................................Melissa Patrick

Instructional Aide (WCDS)...............................................................................Jeff Johnson

Instructional Aide (BLHS)………… ................................................................Delma Rodriguez









The Bravo Lake High School campus, located at 450 W. Sequoia, is home to three Educational Options Programs (EOP). They are:

Bravo Lake Continuation High School (BLHS), Woodlake Community Day School (WCDS) Woodlake Unified Independent Study (IS)


While the administrative office of WCDS is located at the Bravo Lake campus, its physical location is at 36220 Millwood Drive. It shares this location with the WUSD agricultural farm. 


The purpose of EOP is to provide educational placements to students who, for various reasons and unique circumstances, are in need of and request an educational placement outside of the traditional school setting. A student and his/her parents, guardians,  administrators, probation officers and others may advocate for a student’s placement in EOP if they have determined that the student might be better suited for a different approach to receiving his/her education outside of the regular classroom settings provided by Woodlake Public Schools. 


The decision to place a student in an EOP setting is generally determined through the district’s Coordination Of Services Team (COST) referral process.  COST, which includes parent(s)/guardian(s) and student, thoroughly discusses a student’s issues and concerns and determines the best possible educational placement to support a student’s academic success.  Once a student is placed, his/her progress is carefully monitored and support services are provided as needed.


EOP staff provide a safe, orderly and friendly atmosphere where a student can receive his/her education.


As a parent/guardian, it is your responsibility to be sure that your son/daughter is in school.  All EOP programs require that a student be present to earn credits by completing assigned work. When a student is not present and does not complete work, units are not earned.   Encourage your son/daughter to attend school every day. Contact information for each program is provided in this handbook. You are welcome to visit or call our offices if you have any questions or concerns regarding your son’s or daughter’s educational progress.















Woodlake Union High School District



As part of their academic program, all EOP students are expected to meet the following Woodlake Union High School District’s established ESLRs as reflected in their course work and Senior Portfolio Project:


Effective Communication

Students will communicate effectively through a variety of media; use a variety of information; be effective communicators by demonstrating good writing, speaking and listening skills; demonstrate effective presentation skills through creative expression.


Effective Problem-Solution

Students will recognize and analyze problems; consider a variety of strategies for problem solutions; show initiative and an ability to complete the problem solving process.


Group Contribution

Students will work collaboratively to complete a task; demonstrate effective interpersonal skills; self-monitor and assess behavior in groups; encourage contributions from all group members.


Responsible Citizenship

Students will demonstrate the Six Pillars of Character: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, and Citizenship; engage in activities which address local and global issues; demonstrate responsible citizenship through Youth Service Learning.


Lifelong Learning

Students will establish personal priorities and achievable goals and evaluate progress towards those goals; organize an effective plan for education and career goals; develop and utilize strategies that promote physical and mental health; develop skills to master the changing tools of technology.





General Information


After reading the EOP General Information section, if you have any questions or need additional information, please contact the EOP office located on the BLHS campus at 564-8716.



Credit earned and attendance are closely related. Good attendance is necessary in order to accumulate credit which counts towards graduation from EOP or any other school. Units of credit will be determined by work completed while in attendance at school. Absence from school directly affects academic success.  Each day’s absence from class makes it more difficult for a student to perform up to his/her potential. We ask your cooperation in ensuring your student regularly attends school. Please contact us if you need assistance with this effort.  





When a student is absent, a parent(s)/guardian(s) must call the school office that day and state the reason for absence.  Please call 564-8716 to explain the absence or unexpected tardiness of your child.  If it is not possible to call the office, written excuses from the parents are required.  Written excuses must give the date and the reason for the absence.




In the event that a student is found to be absent without just cause for any three days (consecutively or non-consecutively) legal proceedings will be initiated against the parents of that student (see SARB).

Under California Law, parents/guardians are required to comply with state compulsory attendance laws.  The parent/guardian who fails to comply with these laws may be guilty of an infraction.  A criminal complaint may be filed against that person, and that person may be prosecuted.


The only state approved excused absences from school are: (Reference: Ed. Code, Section 46100)

(1)        an illness or an injury to the child with doctor note verification.                    

(2)        a quarantine of the home by county or city health official     

(3)        a medical, dental or optometric appointment that can only be scheduled during school


(4)        attendance at funeral services for a member of the immediate family



In the event that a student is found to be absent without just cause for any three days (consecutively or non-consecutively), a SARB (School Attendance Review Board) letter will be sent to parents.  If the student is absent a fourth time without just cause, a second letter will be sent to the parents.  If the student is absent a fifth time without just cause, a third letter will be sent to the parents and the child will be considered an habitual truant.  At that time, a final letter will be sent to the parents notifying them of the time and place to appear at a SARB Hearing.  At the hearing, members of the SARB panel decide what action is to be taken. It is the parent who is held accountable at SARB hearings.  If the SARB panel decides that the matter should be filed with the Tulare County District Attorney’s Office, it is the parent who must appear in court and not the child.

If a child is absent for medical reasons for ten (10) days or more during the course of the year (consecutively or non-consecutively) a doctor’s excuse will be required.  In the event that a doctor’s excuse is not provided by the parents after ten days of absence, SARB proceedings will begin.



EOP parent(s)/guardian(s) must complete an emergency form for each student enrolled in school. These forms are used by the office in the event of an emergency. Please notify our office if the emergency information changes during the school year.


Emergency information requested includes the following:

1. Most reliable phone number (text receiving if applicable)

2. Parent(s)’/Guardian(s)’ work phone number and address

3. Doctor’s name and address

4. Name, address and phone number of friend or relative you have designated to contact in

    case of emergency.




Grades in EOP are awarded on an A-D system.  A grade of “F” will not be awarded in EOP.  A student receiving a failing grade will either repeat the course work or not receive a grade. During the 2015-16 school year, EOP, like Woodlake High School (WHS), will be on a Semester grading system, each semester consisting of approximately 18 weeks.  Students will receive grades two times per year at the end of each semester. Progress reports are given at the end of each 6 weeks. Reports cards are sent home at the end of each semester but parents may request a progress report at any time during the school year.  EOP operates under a variable credit system.  All credit will be awarded in increments of 0.5 units.  Students have the opportunity to earn as many credits per trimester as possible and are encouraged to do so.  (See GRADUATION PROFILE – INDIVIDUAL LEARNING PLAN)



Typically, EOP students will have two opportunities (at the end of each semester) during the course of the year to petition to return to Woodlake High School. Students wishing to return to Woodlake High School must petition to request a meeting to discuss the required criteria for return to the high school. The petitioning student, parent(s)/guardian(s), EOP administration, and Woodlake High School administration may all participate. EOP students who wish to transfer to Woodlake High School must meet the following conditions in order to qualify to return:


1. Earn a minimum of *25 units                                 

2. Have 94% positive attendance      

3. Have no major discipline problems

4. Have EOP staff recommendation to return


*Note: Students returning to WHS who wish to participate in sports must earn a minimum of 25 units



Parent-Teacher Conferences are scheduled on an individual basis as needed and requested.  If desired, parent(s)/guardian(s) are encouraged to contact the EOP administrative office on the Bravo Lake campus to arrange a conference regarding questions or concerns related to his/her son or daughter.



To graduate from the Woodlake Union High School District, EOP students must pass the district proficiency tests in the areas of Reading, Writing and Mathematics (when applicable). In addition, they must pass the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) to earn a high school diploma in the state of California. A graduating senior may opt for a certificate of completion without passing the CAHSEE.



The Woodlake Unified School District requires 85 hours (5 credits) of volunteer work as part of its graduation requirements.  Hours are not done for pay, for family, or on school time. Youth Service Learning(YSL) projects must be approved before starting a project(s). The number of YSL hours required for a student who transfers from another district will be prorated. A student may do all of his/her YSL hours in one year, but it is highly recommended that the 85 hours be spread over the four years of high school. A student may begin YSL projects after 8th grade graduation. YSL projects may be done as an individual, in partnership with another student or with a group of students. IT IS THE STUDENT’S RESPONSIBILITY TO COMPLETE THE YSL GRADUATION REQUIREMENT.




To graduate from the Woodlake Union High School District, EOP seniors must submit a completed portfolio during a scheduled Senior Exit Interview. To meet this requirement, all EOP students are assigned a Portfolio Advisor and students are required to work on their portfolios at least once a month throughout the course of a school year. All EOP students are responsible for the completion of their portfolio.



All students under 18 years of age must have work permits in order to be employed at a regular job.  Work permits will be issued by the EOP administrative office.  A student must be at least 14 years old, a Social Security number, and present a note of employment from the employer before he/she can be issued a permit.


A student may earn work experience credit if he or she has a regular, verified job approved by the school.  One credit will be awarded for each twenty hours of work.  Work experience credits, however, will not exceed five credits per semester.  Work experience credit is contingent upon productive school work and good attendance.




All EOP students must comply with the Woodlake Educational Options Program dress code guidelines listed below that have been ratified the WUSD Board of Trustees:


*  Mesh see-through tops, shirts or blouses that expose bare midriffs are not allowed.

*  Blouses, shirts or dresses with shoulder straps must be at least 2 inches wide.

*  Shirts/blouses will be void of any graphics. 

* Clothing may not be blue or red of any shade. Color patterns such as plaids or stripes are permitted but        clothing may not have words or images imprinted in any manner. Company logos must be neutral          colors.

* Clothing may not depict any professional or college team mascot. University/College attire will be                     allowed.

Shorts, skirts and dresses must be mid-thigh or longer.

*  Pajama type attire and slippers are not allowed, and undergarments are not to be worn as outer garments.

*  Belts may not hang down nor denote gang affiliation.

*  Shoes must be worn at all times. Flip flops and sandals may be worn

*  Lycra or spandex cycling shorts or pants may not be worn as an outer garment.

*  Dog chains and collars, or the like, may not be worn. Studded or sharp, weapon-like accessories are not                permitted. Wallet chains are not permitted.

*   No head covering of any kind shall be worn inside school buildings. Hair nets are not permitted on campus.

*  Acceptable hats: full brim hats or hats that have an attached full brim to provide sun protection to the                    ears and back of the neck. To provide warmth, knit caps are acceptable from November-February.

    Hats must be unaltered and relate to a school in the Woodlake Unified School District (example: athletic   teams, choir, FFA). Hats may be worn outdoors only.

*  Sunglasses shall not be worn in school buildings.

*  Clothing will be worn as designed. Clothing is intended as primary wear and not an accessory. 


Underline on this page underscores differences to WHS dress code.



Woodlake Educational Options Programs

Updated 2/10/15



Bravo Lake HS  – Woodlake CDS


Student Behavioral and Academic Expectations



Please read, sign and date this document.  This document has been designed to help ensure your success in our program. 


1.         Attend school daily.  When absent, students will have parents call in their absence.

2.         Be prompt. All tardies will be taken care of daily.   

3.         Students will work on your classroom assignments as directed by your teacher.

4.         Students will stay in class unless authorized by your teacher.  

5.         Respect school and private property by keeping food and drinks outside classrooms.

6.         Public display of affection (PDA) will be restricted to holding hands. Be mature about your behavior and show respect for yourself and others.

7.         Profanity is unacceptable. Be mindful of your language at all times.

8.         EOP campuses are closed.  Students will stay on campus unless authorized to leave.  

9.         Students of the WEOP must stay away from all campuses of the WUSD unless they are authorized to be on a campus by an administrator of the WUSD.    

10.       Avoid the parking lot or walkway in front of school, unless waiting for a ride.

11.       Cell phones are allowed at school but must be turned off and remain out of sight during school hours including breaks. Students using these devices during school hours will have their device(s) confiscated. Students may, however, use such devices for school wide, state and federal emergencies.

12.       Music devices or headphones shall be placed out of sight unless being used for class.

13.       All forms of gambling are forbidden on WEOP campuses.

14.       ALL WEOP STUDENTS are required to follow the Woodlake EOP DRESS CODE.

15.       The District maintains a possibility of random searches of a student belongings, vehicles parked on district property, and district property under a student’s control (desks or folders) (AR 5145.12 (b))

 The WEOP  is not responsible for lost or stolen articles.


In addition to the above expectations, you will be informed of the grounds for

Possible suspension and/or expulsion as listed in Education Code 48900 and causes for

mandatory expulsion as listed in Education Code 48915.


I have read and understand the STUDENT BEHAVIORAL AND ACADEMIC EXPECTATIONS pertaining to Educational Options Programs for the 2015-16 school year.


Student Signature_________________________________Date  _________________

 *Student refused to sign: (witness signature)_________________________________

Staff Signature  ___________________________________  Date  ________________






A student may be suspended or expelled for acts which are listed in this section and related to school activity or attendance which occur at any time, including but not limited to, any of the following:


1.) Going to and from school    2.) While on school grounds    3.)  During the lunch period whether on or off campus

4.)   During, or while going to or coming from, a school sponsored activity

a. 1.)Caused, attempted to cause, or threatened to cause physical injury to another person.

   2.)Willfully used force or violence upon the person of another, except in self defense.

b. Possessed, sold or otherwise furnished any firearm, knife, explosive or other dangerous object unless, in the case of possession of any object of this type, the pupil had obtained written permission to possess the item from a certificated school employee, which is concurred in by the principal or the designee of the principal.

c. Unlawfully possessed, used,  sold or otherwise furnished, or been under the influence of,  any controlled substance, as listed in Chapter 2 (commencing with Section11053) of Division 10 of the Health and Safety Code, an alcoholic beverage or an intoxicant of any kind.

d. Unlawfully offered, arranged, or negotiated to sell any controlled substance as listed in Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 11053) of Division 10 of the Health and Safety Code, an alcoholic beverage, or an intoxicant of any kind, and then either sold, delivered or otherwise furnished to any person another liquid, substance, or material and represented the liquid, substance or material as a controlled substance, alcoholic beverage, or intoxicant.

e. Committed or attempted to commit robbery or extortion.

f. Caused or attempted to cause damage to school property or private property.

g. Stolen or attempted to steal school property or private property.

h. Possessed or used tobacco, or any products containing tobacco or nicotine products, including, but not limited to, cigarettes, cigars, miniature cigars, clove cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, snuff, chew packets, and betel.

i. Committed an obscene act or engaged in habitual profanity or vulgarity.

j. Unlawfully possessed or unlawfully offered, arranged, or negotiated to sell any drug paraphernalia, as defined in Section 11014. 5 of the Health & Safety Code.

k. Disrupted school activities or otherwise willfully defied the valid authority of  supervisors, teachers, administrators, school officials, or other school personnel engaged in the performance of their duties.

l. Knowingly received stolen school property or private property.

m. Possessed an imitation firearm.

n. Committed or attempted to commit a sexual assault or committed a sexual battery.

o. Harassed, threatened, or intimidated a pupil who is a complaining witness or witness in a school disciplinary proceeding for the purpose of either preventing that pupil from being a witness or retaliating against that pupil for being a witness, or both.

q. Engaged in, or attempted to engage in, hazing as defined in Section 32050.

.2 Committed unwelcome sexual advance, request for sexual favors, and other verbal, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature, as defined in Education Code Section 212.5. This section only applies to grades 4-12.

.3  Caused, threatened to cause, or participated in an act of hate violence. This section only applies to grades 4-12.

.4 Harassment, threats, or intimidation directed against school district personnel or pupils that is sufficiently severe or pervasive to have the actual and reasonably expected effect of materially disrupting classwork, creating substantial disorder, and invading the rights of either school personnel or pupils by creating an intimidating or hostile educational environment. This section only applies to grades 4-12. (E.C. 48900.4)

.7 Terroristic threats against school officials or school property, or both. (E.C. 48900.7)


After twenty (20) days of suspension, ( within one school year), a student will be recommended for an expulsion hearing.


CAUSES FOR MANDATORY EXPULSION found in Education Code 48915 are:

1. Possessing, selling, or otherwise furnishing a firearm.    2. Brandishing a knife at another person.

3. Unlawfully selling a controlled substance.        4. Committing or attempting to commit a sexual assault or sexual battery.                                                                                   5. Possession of an explosive. 






Fully Accredited by the Schools Commission of the

Western Association of Schools and Colleges




Grades 9-12


A safe, friendly and accepting learning environment where students want to learn and teachers want to teach.



The mission of Bravo Lake High School is to assess the educational needs of each student; to provide opportunities for academic success; to plant the seeds that foster resiliency; and to model positive social skills and civic responsibility.


Bravo Lake High School (BLHS) is designed to meet the needs of those students who, for any number of reasons, need a different educational placement. The BLHS staff will provide your son/daughter with an opportunity to complete the required courses of instruction to meet graduation requirements, to pass the district proficiencies, to pass the California High School Exit Exam, and to receive individualized instruction and guidance.


The BLHS program will provide:

1.         An opportunity for the student to complete courses required for high school graduation.

2.         An opportunity to meet the standards of proficiency set by the Woodlake Union High School

Board of Education.

3.         A program of instruction that emphasizes occupational orientation or a work-study

program that offers intensive guidance services to meet students’ special needs.

4.         A program designed to meet each student’s educational needs, with classroom instruction  supplemented by independent study, regional occupation programs, work experience, career counseling, and/or job placement services as needed and available.




School begins at 8:00 a.m.  School is dismissed at 12:23 p.m.



The voluntary Bravo Extension Program (BEP) is available to any BLHS or IS student who wishes to receive additional help and tutoring with his/her academic program. Students are not required to attend the extension program. During the BEP, the district’s discipline and dress codes will be enforced. The BEP hours are 12:22 – 1:24 p.m., and students are welcome to work during all or any part of the two hours available during BEP. It is recommended that students attend BEP a minimum of 50 minutes.





Grades 9-12



All students valued; all students challenged; all students successful.




The mission of the Independent Study program is to assess the educational needs of each student; to provide an individualized, student-centered approach to meet those educational needs; to utilize all available resources to provide opportunities for academic success; and to enable students to become competent, life-long learners equipped with the reading, writing, mathematical, technological and problem solving skills necessary to become contributing members of the community.




The Independent Study program provides another educational option to the regular classroom program of instruction. It is a voluntary system of instruction in which the student works on an individually developed educational contract under the general supervision of a certificated employee of the district. It is designed to meet the needs of certain high school students who are unable to attend the conventional high school program. Students in the Independent Study Program are provided with a highly individualized program which complies with state and district guidelines for graduation from the Woodlake Unified School District.


Independent Study students are required to meet with their Independent Study teachers for a minimum of one hour each week by appointment only.


Students enrolled in the Independent Study (I.S.) Program must meet the same graduation requirements as those students enrolled in the comprehensive high school program.  Students seeking a BLHS diplomas must meet the WEOP criteria.


To graduate, students must meet the following requirements:

1.  Earn 220 units (WHS) or 180 units (WEOP)

2.  Pass all required classes

3.  Pass all minimum district proficiency tests, if applicable.

4.  Complete 85 hours of approved Youth Service Learning

5.  Complete a Senior Portfolio, submit the portfolio and complete a Senior Exit Interview


7.  Take all state mandated tests as directed.




If you have any questions or need additional information about the Independent Study program, please contact the EOP administration office at 564-8716 or the Woodlake High School counseling office at 564-3307.


Woodlake Community Day School

36220 Millwood Drive, Woodlake, CA   93286

Grades 7-12


Vision Statement

A structured and safe learning environment that meets the educational needs of each student while developing self-esteem, social skills and civic responsibility.


Mission Statement

The mission of the Woodlake Community Day School program is to assess the educational needs of each student; to provide an individualized course of instruction for completion; to utilize all available resources to provide opportunities for academic and social success; and to teach our students to accept personal responsibility for their present and future actions. 


Per Education Code section 48662(b), the Woodlake Community Day School has been established providing that a pupil in grades 7-12 may be assigned to the WCDS only if he or she meets one or more of the following conditions:


(1)   The pupil is expelled for any reason. (First Priority)


(2)   The pupil is probation referred pursuant to section 300, 601, or 602 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.   (Second Priority)


(3)   The pupil is referred by a school attendance review board (SARB) or the district Student Study Team (SST) referral process. (Third Priority)


Upon enrollment at WCDS, a student will not be allowed to return to a regular school setting until he/she meets exit criteria as established by the Woodlake Union High School District. Exceptions to this expectation may be approved by the Director-Principal. Exit Criteria is as follows:


Exit Review Procedures

Students enrolled at WOODLAKE COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL for a minimum of ONE SEMESTER (not on expelled status) will be eligible for REVIEW and will be EXITED to an appropriate district program if they SUCCESSFULLY meet the following criteria:


1.                  Students must maintain 94% attendance.


2.                  Students must not have a major discipline problem and must demonstrate progressive improvement in their behavior.


3.                  Students must demonstrate satisfactory academic progress towards middle school promotion or high school graduation requirements (24 units minimum/25 athlete).






4.         Students must complete a minimum of 20 hours of documented community service hours. Community service hours completed as part of a student’s probation terms may be used to satisfy this requirement.     


5.         If on expelled status, students must satisfactorily meet all terms and conditions of the District’s expulsion order, including the assigned rehabilitation plan, and provide documentation of the above through the District’s readmission process.


6.         Students must not have pending court action(s) and have satisfactory probation status, including their probation officer’s recommendation and approval to exit the Community Day School program.



School begins at 8:00 a.m. and dismisses at 2:30 p.m. each day.



Students will ride the bus to WCDS.  Bus pick up in the morning is at 7:40 a.m. at the Woodlake Transit Station near the corner of Lakeview and  Valencia Street. Students should be at the bus stop by 7:35. a.m. Students are picked up in the afternoon at 2:30 at WCDS and are dropped off at 2:45 p.m. at the Woodlake Transit Center.


NOTE: Bus riding is a privilege granted to WCDS students. Students may be suspended from riding the bus for inappropriate behavior. If a WCDS student loses his/her bus riding privilege, he/she is responsible for finding another means of transportation to WCDS.




In addition to compliance with the District’s dress code, WCDS students may not wear any gang related colors (red – blue - brown) at any time.



If you have any questions or need additional information on the WCDS program, contact the EOP administration office at 564-8716 or WCDS at 564-0437

















Sexual harassment is unwelcome sexual advances, request for sexual favors and other verbal, visual or physical conduct of a sexual nature made by someone in the work or educational setting. If you are harassed, report it to a teacher or administrator.  (Ed. Code 48900.2)




The Woodlake Unified School District has a primary responsibility to ensure compliance with state and federal laws and regulations. The District will investigate complaints alleging failure to comply with these laws. The District will seek to resolve these complaints while ensuring that complainants are protected from retaliation. If you believe a state or federal law has been violated, you may file a written complaint describing the failure with the district’s compliance officer, Superintendent Drew Sorensen, at 300 West Whitney Avenue, Woodlake, CA. 93286, 559/564-8081.


After the local investigation, you may appeal to the California Department of Education. Some complaints may involve civil law remedies, direct State intervention or the withholding of funds from the district if the district fails to comply with the law.





The Woodlake Unified School District may utilize a canine detection team to help keep all campuses free of illegal substances and weapons.  Random inspections of backpacks, cars, classrooms, lockers and other school facilities may occur throughout the year. Possession of any illegal substances or weapon will result in consequences as defined by the California Education Code and the Woodlake Unified School District Discipline Code.




































Bravo Lake HS – Bravo TAPP – Independent Study – Woodlake CDS






ENGLISH           (9 – 12)






MATH                 (9 – 12)







ALGEBRA          (9 – 12)








BIOLOGY  (9) Priority 1





















CAREERS           (11-12)








DRIVER EDUCATION (9)  Priority 3








HEALTH/WELLNESS (9)  Priority 2














U.S. HISTORY    (11)












ECONOMICS      (12)







PE                           (9 – 12)








FINE ARTS/LANG. (9 – 12)







KEYBOARDING   (9 – 12)









COMPUTERS       (9 – 12)









YSL/SENIOR PORTFOLIO                         (9 – 12)








ELECTIVES          (9 – 12)






Bravo Lake-Woodlake CDS- Independent Study (EOP diploma)
















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