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    Principal's Message 5/30/2020- Drive-through Graduation June 12, 2020

    School Messenger – 5/30/20 Happy Friday, Wildcat Seniors and Families. This is a message from Dr. Kenfield. Wilson High School’s Drive Through Graduation Parade will be held Friday, June 12th in the Wilson parking lot. If you will be participating, please see the information posted to the home page of the Wilson website. This information includes each graduate’s designated arrival time. For the safety of our graduates, their families, and the staff, only 10 vehicles will be allowed in the parking lot at one time so please arrive to the Countrywood Ave entrance promptly at your assigned time. The graduate will need to display an 8 ½ X 11 sheet of paper with their name clearly printed in large letters to verify your arrival at the check-in station. Only one vehicle per graduate will be permitted on campus, and we ask that all occupants in the vehicle wear a face covering throughout the parade. Along the parking lot parade route, graduates will pick-up their Graduation Bag and then be allowed to exit their vehicle to place their medals, sashes, and cords on their gown. Graduates should arrive to campus wearing their cap and gown while seated in the car. However, this does not mean that graduates that do not have a cap and gown cannot participate. All graduates are welcomed and encouraged to participate whether or not they are in possession of a cap and gown. A stage will be set-up for a graduation photo taken by South Coast photography, as well as for photos by family members taken from inside their vehicle. Information about accessing the South Coast photo will be available in the Graduation Bag. Once again, for the safety of everyone participating in the drive through graduation parade, no one will be permitted to exit the vehicle except the graduate and that is only provided the graduate is wearing a face covering. If a face covering is not worn by the graduate, then one will be provided at the staging area. For specific details, arrival times, and safety protocols about the drive through graduation parade, please visit the school’s website. Please be prepared on June 12th by reading this information carefully prior to your arrival to campus. The virtual graduation ceremony will air Friday, June 12th at 7:00 PM. We continue to work on these details so more information will be provided next weekend. Seniors – today was the last day to submit photos and your questionnaire for the virtual graduation. However, if you can get the information to me by 4:00 PM Monday, June 1st, I will make every effort to make the changes to your slide. I know the virtual graduation is not what you all had envisioned, but it is really turning out nice, if I do say so myself. It would be a shame to leave any student out because they did not provide a photo or complete the questionnaire. Please email me if you missed the deadlines but still want to participate. Seniors – if you have not returned textbooks or laptops, please bring them to the attendance office where you will find labeled boxes to place these materials. Failure to return school property will result in your diploma being held from the Graduation Bag. The campus is not open to the public, however we are in the office responding to emails and calls daily next week from 7:00 AM – 3:30 PM. Please reach out if you have questions or concerns. Have a great weekend, Wildcats.

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    Glen A. Wilson High is rated above average in school quality compared to other schools in the state. Students at Glen A. Wilson perform above average on state tests, have above average college readiness measures, take more advanced courses per student than the state average, and Glen A. Wilson has about average results in how well it’s serving disadvantaged students.

    Glen A. Wilson High is ranked 132nd within California. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® coursework and exams. The AP® participation rate at Glen A. Wilson High is 61%. The total minority enrollment is 95%, and 52% of students are economically disadvantaged. Glen A. Wilson High is 1 of 7 high schools in the Hacienda La Puente Unified.*

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    *U.S. News & World Report Best High Schools