We encourage you to sign up for your infinite campus account to check your child’s progress and grades online. Access the Infinite Campus Portal here.
You may contact any teacher directly by e-mail or phone. See our “Faculty” section of this website for e-mail information. Faculty emails are generally the first letter of the teacher’s first name and the teacher’s complete last name followed by @washoeschools.net. You may call the direct line to the school at (775) 321-3160. If you are not certain which teachers your child has, please contact the counseling office.
Every Wooster student has a planner in which to record homework assignments. Ask your child’s teachers to initial the planner to be certain the assignment is recorded correctly and then check your child’s planner each evening.
This school year, WCSD is implementing a new online tool in Infinite Campus for parents to use when notifying schools of absences. Please make use of this tool as it will help us more efficiently process absence notifications. More information can be found here: https://www.washoeschools.net/Page/18226
Please call the day your child is absent in order to excuse over the phone. You must make contact with our office within three days of the absence!
If you need to discuss attendance with an administrator, contact our main office at (775)321-3160. If you think attendance issues are related to motivational concerns, family issues, or social/emotional issues, please feel free to contact your child’s counselor.
Learning to accept differences is a skill we aim to develop in students and staff. Wooster does not change classes based on personal relationships. To resolve differences and misunderstandings, we recommend that students talk directly with their teacher or request that a counselor or administrator facilitate a student-teacher discussion. If there are concerns that you, as a parent, want to address directly, please contact the teacher to express your concerns. If no resolution is achieved, feel free to set up a parent/student/teacher conference — contact your child’s counselor for assistance.